A quick and easy program for professionals who want to reach the pinnacle of success Dynamic public speaker and consultant Nicki Joy presents the powerful tools winners use to get to the top of their profession. A regular at sales conferences and seminars around the country, she has helped thousands of professionals achieve more than they ever thought they could. She offers a quick, fun, and powerful program that takes just seven minutes a day to master, but offers a lifetime's worth of expert guidance and sales strategy. Salespeople, managers, and executives will utilize Joy's prescriptive plan for competing in a highly competitive marketplace with specialized power points designed to help any professional surpass their expectations. Nicki Joy (Washington, DC) is the founder of Nicki Joy & Associates, Inc., a specialized sales consultancy whose clients have included such names as Walt Disney Imagineering, Smith Barney, Prudential, Chase Bank, and Met Life. She has written on the sales profession in such publications as The Washington Post and Entrepreneur magazine and has appeared on CNBC and Fox National News.
A systematic approach to successful race-horse handicapping, for novices and old-timers, presenting advice on reading the race forms, judging tracks and trainers, the horses appearances, speed handicapping, and money management
Be a winner in your personal and professional life with this pull-no-punches guide Let's face it: to become a winner in the face of unpredictable times requires hard work and a determined mindset. Winners choose to be winners. Whiners let others control their fate. Which one do you want to be? In The Top Ten Distinctions between Winners and Whiners, Keith Cameron Smith reveals the secrets to becoming a winner in both your professional and personal life. Discover powerful exercises you can start immediately that will make a positive and lasting change in your life. Master the 10 vital principles and move past the status quo and up the ladder Create positive meaning and build relationships Hundreds of top producers from many network marketing companies as well as upper managers from several Fortune 500 companies are using The Top 10 Distinctions between Winners and Whiners to inspire their teams. Take responsibility for your success and steer clear of naysayers and negativity with The Top Ten Distinctions between Winners and Whiners.
Maritimers take great pride in watching other Maritimers do well on the national and global stage. This book tells the inspiring stories of 12 athletes drawn from a variety of backgrounds and sports. Men and women, black and white, Acadian and Mi'kmaq, able-bodied and non able-bodied. The common thread: young people who grow up in the Maritimes, with backgrounds that every reader will recognize, can and do chalk up impressive achievements. And they stay true to their roots in doing so. As CBC broadcaster Bruce Rainnie writes in the book's preface, "In every character-defining way, [the featured athletes are exactly the same today as before any money or acclaim entered their lives. No wonder we punch so far above our weight. No wonder so many of our stories are 'unlikely but possible.' And no wonder we relish in hearing these stories told, as Philip Croucher does so tastefully in this book. Quiet confidence, humility, and a rock-solid base. What a mix. What an unbeatable mix. What a Maritime mix."
This book demonstrates how the best companies use the creative application of research, done up front, to produce the big ideas with significant impact on the market and on the people, employees, partners, retailers and customers. Readers of this book will experience how brand managers and their agencies use the right research to drive new brand insights, re-define problems or markets, support risk-taking ideas, and illuminate diverse audiences. This book will be an invaluable resource for business executives looking for market strategy, consumer psychologists, teachers, students, and practitioners looking for a trusted guide for study in advertising, marketing and promotion.
I would recommend Mentoring Winners to all those who are called as Apostolic fathers in the faith to mentor this and future generations, working together in manifesting our Lord’s Kingdom on the earth this hour. Apostle, Dr. Joseph D. Askins, Jr. President Living Faith Ministries, Inc. Chancellor – Wagner Leadership Institute Northeast Leaders, don’t miss it, these truths will change your life. The bible says we have many teachers but few fathers. Church, there is a father in the house with Apostle Carlos. I highly recommend it. Apostle, Dr. Darryl Webb CEO/Owner at, Global Financial Florida Area, Financial Services Mentoring Winners is for the young and old alike. It’s never too late or early to be a leader and a great place to start is with Mentoring Winners. Being a protégé myself, I understand what it is to be mentored. Josiah David Santiago (Teenager) Grandson and New Generation protégé, Paul and Silas Ministries As a representative of the Christian International Global Network (founded by Bishop, Dr. Bill Hamon) and director of CIGN - Mexico I am always interested in raising up the next generation to fulfill their potential and prophetic destiny. That’s what I’ve dedicated my life to doing as I travel in ministry throughout Latin America. Bishop Hamon, has drilled into all of us the need to “reproduce reproducers who reproduce reproducers.” That’s another way of saying “mentoring.” Apostle Carlos López is a man uniquely qualified to write this book. He is an effective natural father as well as a spiritual father. Prophet Cliff Bell Director: Christian International Global Network – Mexico Edinburg, Texas
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
Category: Business & Economics
If you are looking for the best market, industry or sector to invest in; the “best-in-class” companies to invest in or work with; and need good, current and objective insights to do so, then this is the book for you. Using ground-up fundamental analysis and two new analytical frameworks, you will be able to identify which market, sector or industry to get into and even compare companies at the ability and capability levels. Complemented by a website that will provide up-to-date information on the markets, sectors, industries and up to 1,500 key global companies, the book will be a valuable resource for any business and individual. Objective and quantitative analysis is made real and possible for SMEs, Start-Ups, corporate and individual investors
Social Science by Royal Agricultural Society of NSW
Welcome to Volume 4 of the Little Book of Winners. This edition features all of the award-winners from the Sydney Royal competitions that took place over the past 12 months. This includes: • Sydney Royal Beer & Cider Show (15 September 2015) • Sydney Royal Spring Fine Food Show (27 August - 8 September 2015) • 10th Annual President’s Medal (23 July 2015) • Sydney Royal Summer Fine Food Show (18-24 February 2015) • Sydney Royal Chocolate Competition (11-12 February 2015) • Sydney Royal Cheese & Dairy Show (9-12 February 2015) • Macquarie Group Sydney Royal Wine Show (2-5 February 2015)
Do you know which televised awards show gives a prize for "Favourite Smile"? Or which Oscar host announced that he was going to raffle off a car during the ceremony? Do you know who won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress of the 20th Century? In Reel Winners, Richard Crouse, Reel to Real movie critic and CBC Radio’s "titan of trivia," gives you the lowdown on movie awards, from eight decades of Hollywood self-congratulation to international awards to the toasts from the fringe (like The Skinnies, which celebrate actors and their skin conditions). Reel Winners is the definitive guide to the inside scoop on movie awards.
More than 50 current and former Major League Baseball players, managers and coaches from the last 5 decades—including Jack Morris, Lance Parrish, Kent Hrbek, Jim Kaat and Dave Winfield--discuss their World Series wins and what led them there.
Whether your passion is football, tennis, ice hockey, or one of many other sports, this compilation lets you feel the sports experience rather than just observe it. More at home out of the VIP or press box, columnist Bob Latham brings you down among the fans and the athletes to experience the true essence of sports as he rants, riffs, and reflects on the heroism, heartbreak, excitement, and humor in the world of sports. From tips on how to become a professional sports team’s number one fan to a recap of Muhammad Ali’s seventieth birthday party, from the Super Bowl to Wimbledon to Wrigley Field, you’ll feast on a tailgate party’s worth of anecdotes. Along the way, learn valuable tips on how to be a sports tourist, whether you’re headed to Scotland, Italy, New Zealand, New York City, or a host of other places. Join Bob as he makes a pilgrimage to sports meccas and legendary events around the world. See it all through his vibrant color photographs of the people and places you’ll discover, from the cryogenics facility where Ted Williams is stored to the Jigger Inn overlooking the 18th hole at St. Andrews. Wrap up the experience as Bob recounts memories of his favorite Chicago Cubs fan, a tribute to those who love and live the great world of sports.
A leadership and career manifesto told through the narrative of one of today’s most inspiring, admired, and successful global leaders. In Winners Dream, Bill McDermott—the CEO of the world’s largest business software company, SAP—chronicles how relentless optimism, hard work, and disciplined execution embolden people and equip organizations to achieve audacious goals. Growing up in working-class Long Island, a sixteen-year-old Bill traded three hourly wage jobs to buy a small deli, which he ran by instinctively applying ideas that would be the seeds for his future success. After paying for and graduating college, Bill talked his way into a job selling copiers door-to-door for Xerox, where he went on to rank number one in every sales position he held and eventually became the company’s youngest-ever corporate officer. Eventually, Bill left Xerox and in 2002 became the unlikely president of SAP’s flailing American business unit. There, he injected enthusiasm and accountability into the demoralized culture by scaling his deli, sales, and management strategies. In 2010, Bill was named co-CEO, and in May 2014 became SAP’s sole, and first non-European, CEO. Colorful and fast-paced, Bill’s anecdotes contain effective takeaways: gutsy career moves; empathetic sales strategies; incentives that yield exceptional team performance; and proof of the competitive advantages of optimism and hard work. At the heart of Bill’s story is a blueprint for success and the knowledge that the real dream is the journey, not a preconceived destination.
This book is for you only if you gamble to make money. If your idea of "fun" and "entertainment" includes giving away your hard-earned money to casinos, I can't help you. If you enjoy sitting in a mindless, bright lights/dinging trance while you drop quarters down a slot, this book is not for you. If you think casinos are built and run by stupid people, you better stay out of them. If you think you can beat a blackjack dealer by wild-assed guessing, think again. If you play poker just because it's now so popular . . . you don't need my book. If you believe you can just happen to be "lucky" enough to beat the odds, you live in a fantasy world and you'd hate this book for destroying your illusions. But if you're hard-headed, serious, willing to work, and tired of the mainstream gambling books that simply teach you how to lose less rather than win . . . If you understand casinos don't stay in business by giving out more money than they take in . . . This is an extensive examination of the most popular forms of gambling. If you can find any positive expectation bets, and how. Some of the material is controversial. Some of it is unique. It's not for beginners. If you don't already know how to play blackjack or craps, buy and read the basic books first. This one assumes you know and understand the rules of play. If you have emotional or psychological issues around money -- my strong advice is, don't gamble. If you want to believe casinos are playgrounds built for your amusement, this is not the book for you. I use statistical concepts and common sense to strip away the bright lights and glamor to reveal the mathematical realities of gambling. For the most part, it's not pretty. Not if you want to make money instead of lose it. But there are opportunities there for people willing to work hard and understand the obstacles so they can surmount them. If you're still an emotional child needing the adrenaline rush and excitement of "winning" money, this is not for you. And not only the casinos want to take your money -- hordes of online scammers selling bogus systems online also are after the money belonging to would-be pro gamblers. Until you can enter a casino and remain blind to the red carpeting, the flashing lights, dinging slots and the entire aura of glamorous partying -- you'll remain a loser. If you have enough money to pay for a mirage, that's up to you. Most people don't.
From acclaimed political scientist Diana Mutz, a revealing look at why people's attitudes on trade differ from their own self-interest Winners and Losers challenges conventional wisdom about how American citizens form opinions on international trade. While dominant explanations in economics emphasize personal self-interest—and whether individuals gain or lose financially as a result of trade—this book takes a psychological approach, demonstrating how people view the complex world of international trade through the lens of interpersonal relations. Drawing on psychological theories of preference formation as well as original surveys and experiments, Diana Mutz finds that in contrast to the economic view of trade as cooperation for mutual benefit, many Americans view trade as a competition between the United States and other countries—a contest of us versus them. These people favor trade as long as they see Americans as the "winners" in these interactions, viewing trade as a way to establish dominance over foreign competitors. For others, trade is a means of maintaining more peaceful relations between countries. Just as individuals may exchange gifts to cement relationships, international trade is a tie that binds nations together in trust and cooperation. Winners and Losers reveals how people's orientations toward in-groups and out-groups play a central role in influencing how they think about trade with foreign countries, and shows how a better understanding of the psychological underpinnings of public opinion can lead to lasting economic and societal benefits.
Are you in the verge of giving up? Do you want to start all over again? Are you looking for inner peace? Do you feel hopeless and restless? Or do you want to live your fullest potential in this life? Banish those thoughts and begin to discover the keys to constant victory in every area of your life. The winners secret:Attitude is a book for the young and old, happy or sad, rich or poor, christians and non christians, it is about your attitude. It is based on a careful observation under the inspiration of God about the people God used as his servants in the bible. These people like Moses, Elijah, Peter,Paul and others possessed some similar qualities and characteristics that made them winners in whatever they did. These characteristics are needed by us if we want to be on top in life. This book draws your attention to them and inspire you to move out of your comfort zone and attain greater things with your life because God wants you to be a winner too and be empowered by the Holy Spirit to do his work all you need to do is to know what he requires of you. DigStation - Indie Music Downloads " onclick="this.select()
Set in a small southern Michigan city in the early 1990s, Winners and Losers is a rollicking dark comedy starring Tom Slotrak, a young man who wins the jackpot in the Michigan Lottery and the crazy and (sometimes) adventures he has afterwards. He learns the hard way that money can’t buy happiness but that it sure can lead to some very funny and bizarre experiences! At the beginning of the story, Tom is 26 but feels older because he’s bored with his life and feels rootless. He’s engaged to Erica Wonders: She’s smart and good looking and doesn’t treat him too badly, but Tom is bored with the relationship and doesn’t really love her anymore. He’s thinking about how he might be able to break off the engagement without all hell breaking loose. Though Tom is engaged to Erica, when he’s at work he has a hard time keeping his mind and his eyes off clerk and administrative assistant Lena Coffee. Sexy, flirty, and funny, Lena is Tom’s fantasy woman. Rumor has it that she has a boyfriend in a motorcycle gang, but she is just flirty enough and just nice enough to Tom for him to believe it’s not quite impossible that he and Lena could hook up. They end up having a secret affair. However, Tom gets laid off from his job as an accountant at Allied Nuclear Corporation after a plant closing. He soon runs out of money and tries to find a new job but without much luck—eventually having to settle for shoveling manure for minimum wage at Meadowlark Farms. Erica is fed up with him, and it seems as if he’ll soon hit rock bottom. He’s down to his last $17, and even though he knows he shouldn’t, he buys a ticket for the Michigan Lottery at Joe’s Gas Mart. He barely makes the effort to check his ticket again the winning number when it’s announced on TV, but when he does, the seemingly impossible happens: His ticket matches the winning number! Erica is absolutely thrilled, but Tom isn’t as happy as might be expected after such a turn of good fortune. With Tom tagging along, Erica goes on a giant spending spree. When he’s not shopping with Erica, everybody on planet Earth, it seems, tries to hit him up for money. The fortune has made Tom’s alienation from Erica worse, and he ends up breaking off the engagement. The end of his engagement makes him much sadder than he ever would have imagined, but he at least hopes it will be the beginning of a new life for him. Before he even has a chance to think about what he’ll do in the future, though, Lena calls him to tell him her boyfriend found out about their affair and is threatening to kill Tom, so he decides to leave town with hardly a moment’s notice. Now that he has so much money, he doesn’t necessarily think that’s such a bad thing, and he makes his way to Florida after an adventure at a hillbilly bar in Tennessee. Tom ends up in Key West and thinks he’ll like it there, but he gets a shock when he goes to an ATM and is refused a withdrawal. Before long, he learns that Erica has sued him claiming the winning ticket really belonged to her and that a judge in Michigan has frozen his bank accounts! Broke again, Tom must again go out and look for a job. He hires in as a salesman at Florida Guano, where he meets secretary/receptionist Honey Sweetwater. All she seems to do at the office is work on her nails and looked bored. Tom soon finds, however, that she has pretty, mischievous eyes and a great sense of humor. Before long, the two of them are going out together and having a great time. Tom’s career at Florida Guano skids to a halt pretty quickly, but Tom and Honey have quite an adventure when they are invited to the Gothic mansion of Mr. Fabulous, the mysterious billionaire owner of Florida Guano. Finally, the case of Wonders vs. Slotrak goes on trial, and Tom returns to Michigan. A legal battle to end all battles ensues, and Tom knows that the whole rest of his life. Will he end up rich and living a dream with Honey or will he end up right back where he was after he lost his job at Allied Nuclear?