In this memoir, popular game show host and personal development expert Todd Newton invites you to listen to Hollywood tales, his philosophies on achieving true happiness, and wisdom from the ones who inspired him to live each day with a "full speed ahead" mentality. Todd reflects back to his early days as a top-rated radio disc jockey and shares insights on his road to becoming a father, celebrity interviewer, TV host, international keynote speaker, humanitarian, and even a stage hypnotist. The man often referred to "America's Life Coach" reveals the keys to achieving a fulfilling life and enjoying a career in show business that currently spans over two decades. "Todd is a man who has become successful by taking advantage of all of his talents. Read his thought-provoking book and be inspired to capitalize on all of your own abilities." (Bob Barker, legendary host of The Price Is Right)"Truth is where you find it, and I love that a game show host lays out more truth than the pope and Dalai Lama put together, and that's damning with faint praise. Todd lays real truth down for you, and he's funnier than the pope...even without the hat!" (Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller)"Life in the Bonus Round is all heart. If I had Todd's looks I would've been far more successful." (Chuck Woolery, game show host) "I've known Todd for many years. He speaks on living your best life and becoming the best possible version of yourself." (Debbie Gibson, entertainer and philanthropist) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Todd Newton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015347/bk_acx0_015347_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
How to improve your communication skills in the workplace, organization and in your personal life.Good communication is an important skill in any environment, or organization with human interactions. Moreover, when it comes to communication in business, effective communication is an integral element to business success.This book contains chapters such as:"Internal Workplace Communication""External Workplace Communication""Group Workplace Communication""How to Communicate Effectively at Work""How to Deal with a Difficult Boss and Still Keep Your Job""Choosing to Get Better at Explaining Things at Work""Steps of Developing Effective Workplace Communication Skills""Techniques to Develop and Display Open-Mindedness, Empathy and Respect in Workplace Communication""Workplace Communication Techniques"And more...In any organization, good communication isn't just about resolving conflict. Good communication is an important elements in client relationships, profitability, team effectiveness, and employee engagement.Building healthy working relationships is vital to any business success. A major part of this is understanding your own personal communication style, how you can influence other people, and how to use your communication style to create effective business relationship, and it isn't just about being able to speak more accurately and concisely present your thought and ideas. It's also not just about resolving conflict or creating a more positive team environment it is essential to sales, client relationships, better team environment, company culture, and employee and team management engagement.Communication in the Workplace is the most comprehensive guide for interpersonal communication in the workplace for better productive environment, client relationships, team development, and employee engagement! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Russell Newton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/149714/bk_acx0_149714_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Rev. Dr. Vic Scalise is an Eagle Scout and American Baptist minister. Vic attended Mount Hermon School in Northfield, MA and Colby College in Waterville, ME. After graduating with a B.A. in history, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force and served for three years in the Air Force during the Korean Conflict. Two years were spent at Yokota Air Force Base near Tokyo, Japan. While there, in addition to being a Photo Reconnaissance Officer, he taught courses in American History, Speed Reading, and Public Speaking to servicemen. He conducted educational exchanges with the English Speaking Society at Waseda University. Upon his return to Lowell, MA, he enrolled at Andover Newton Theological School. Over a period of 10 years, he earned his Bachelor's in Theology, Master's in Pastoral Care, and Doctorate in Administration. In addition, he took courses at Boston University Graduate School of Education, Yale Divinity School, The University of Chicago and graduated from the Program for Management Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Business. While serving for 17 years in his first pastorate at the Baptist Church in Brookline and the United Parish in Brookline, Pastor Vic was one of the chief architects of The United Parish. His book, Merging for Mission (Judson Press) tells the story of this ecumenical grassroots ministry. For a dozen years, Dr. Scalise served as President of New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts. He lectured extensively across the country on dying, death, and bereavement, and founded the National Center for Death Education. He served the National Funeral Directors Association as a resource person and as their chaplain at national gatherings for a decade. He was an on-call chaplain for 40 years at Children's Hospital in Boston, one of the most rewarding experiences of his life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Victor F. Scalise, Jr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/075453/bk_acx0_075453_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This 26-volume Bloomsbury Academic Collection makes available to the 21st century scholar a range of classic titles on economics originally published in the 1980s. Embracing works on globalization, the effects of US international policy and the projected impact of fiscal harmonization in Europe, the collection also contains works on classical political economy and international development financing. Titles in the series include: American International Oil Policy: Causal Factors and Effect, Hans Jacob Bull-Berg Classical Political Economy: Primitive Accumulation and the Social Division of Labor, Michael Perelman Colonial Trade and International Exchange: The Transition from Autarky to International Trade, R. A. Johns Development Financing: A Framework for International Financial Co-operation, Edited by Salah Al-Shaikhly Economic and Social Development in Qatar, Zuhair Ahmed Nafi Economic Development in Africa: International Efforts, Issues and Prospects, Edited by Olusola Akinrinade and J. Kurt Barling Economics of Fisheries Development, Rowena M. Lawson Fiscal Harmonization in the European Communities: National Politics and International Cooperation, Donald J. Puchala Forming Economic Policy: The Case of Energy in Canada and Mexico, Fen Osler Hampson Globalization and Interdependence in the International Political Economy: Rhetoric and Reality, R. J. Barry Jones International Trade Theories and the Evolving International Economy, R. A. Johns Legal Aspects of the New International Economic Order, Edited by Kamal Hossain Long-run Economics: An Evolutionary Approach to Economic Growth, Norman Clark and Calestous Juma Money, Income and Time: A Quantum-Theoretical Approach, Alvaro Cencini Perspectives on Political Economy: Alternatives to the Economics of Depression, Edited by R. J. Barry Jones Slow Growth and the Service Economy, Pascal Petit Tax Havens and Offshore Finance: A Study of Transnational Economic Development, Richard Anthony Johns Testing Monetarism, Meghnad Desai The Developing Countries and the World Economic Order, Lars Anell and Birgitta Nygren The Financing of Foreign Direct Investment: A Study of the Determinants of Capital Flows in Multinational Enterprises, Martin G. Gilman The Political Economy of Development, Just Faaland and Jack R. Parkinson The Recalcitrant Rich: A Comparative Analysis of the Northern Responses to the Demands for a New International Economic Order, Edited by Helge Ole Bergesen, Hans-Henrik Holm and Robert D. McKinlay Time and the Macroeconomic Analysis of Income, Alvaro Cencini Urban Political Economy, Edited by Kenneth Newton U.S. Foreign Policy and the New International Economic Order: Negotiating Global Problems, 1974-1981, Robert K. Olson Wages in the Business Cycle: An Empirical and Methodological Analysis, Jonathan Michie