First Things First

Autor: Stephen R. Covey
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684802031
File Size: 69,66 MB
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Offers an approach to time management based on life values, and provides methods for achieving maximum effectiveness, balance, and personal peace

Keeping First Things First

Autor: John Gile
Publisher: John Gile Communications
ISBN: 9780910941020
File Size: 63,67 MB
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The author shares his thoughts on the priorities of life, happiness, and faith

First Things First

Autor: Gestalten
Publisher: Gestalten
ISBN: 9783899556711
File Size: 26,12 MB
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Creative outsiders and first-time founders are redefining what used to be called corporate design in a more holistic and playful way. A breath of fresh air from a new breed. Striking corporate design is a must-have for any new business. For the outsiders and first-timers entering the market, corporate design is not an add-on, it is part of the soul of the business itself. And it demands fresh ideas unfettered by standard approaches. This book presents real examples from shop owners and mechanics, dentists and organic farmers --businesses discovering corporate design for the first time --as well as from traditionally creative companies like marketing agencies or restaurants, and hotels. With profiles and photographs it explores their novel approaches to corporate design.

First Things First

Autor: Stephen R. Covey
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
ISBN: 1633532216
File Size: 33,97 MB
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Stephen R. Covey’s First Things First is the gold standard for time management. His principle-centered approach for prioritizing gives the reader the security to make changes and sacrifices needed in order to obtain happiness. First Things First – The NEW Snapshots Edition takes this philosophy and compresses it in a series of user friendly, clear and concise graphics. These visuals summarize and analyze all of the layers of behind the philosophy in an efficient manner while retaining the core message of time management and happiness.

First Things First

Autor: Barbara Delinsky
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 1250019168
File Size: 46,69 MB
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New York Times Bestselling Author BARBARA DELINSKY FIRST THINGS FIRST From America's beloved storyteller, Barbara Delinsky, comes a classic novel of a woman on the hunt, a man on the run, and one thrillingly romantic hideaway... Chelsea Ross is renowned for her success at locating missing children. But when a wealthy Boston socialite asks her to track down her 40-year-old son, Chelsea is thrown for a loop. The runaway "child" in question, Samuel Prescott London, is a powerful executive who's apparently gone AWOL south of the border. Posing as a tourist, Chelsea manages to find Sam in the outskirts of Cancun—hot, handsome, and happy to be far from the corporate rat race. Chelsea promised Sam's mother she'd bring him back home. But after a few days of playing tourist by his side—and spending nights in his arms—she's not so sure she's ready to give him up...

First Things First

Autor: Ruby Takanishi
Publisher: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 0807774081
File Size: 73,19 MB
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Challenging policymakers, educators, reformers, and citizens to replace piecemeal reforms with fundamental redesign, First Things First! calls for a different way of organizing the American primary school. Ruby Takanishi outlines a new framework for integrating early education with primary education (pre-K–5), including both short- and long-term strategies, that starts with 3- and 4-year-olds. Featuring portraits of primary schools that have successfully integrated pre–K, the book includes resources on dual-language learners, dual-generation family engagement, effective philanthropy, rethinking advocacy, and more. The book centers on four basic questions: Why should the United States design a new primary school as children’s first, widely shared educational experience? How can the educators of the new primary school use new knowledge about how children learn to improve their practice? What will it take to create a new primary school that educates all children well? How can the design of the new primary school reflect demographic, social, linguistic, and cultural changes and adapt to the requirements of a global economy? First Things First! reframes the basic structure of traditional primary education, challenging us to get the early years of a 21st-century public education system off to a new and stronger start. “The vision of a new primary school model in this book should be studied by all workers in the fields of education, human development, and social policy. The scholarship in this book is impeccable and the arguments advanced by this leading scholar are most convincing. Further, the book is beautifully written.” —Edward Zigler, Sterling Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Yale University “Takanishi makes a compelling case that enabling all American children to achieve their potential requires both expansion of high-quality preschool and fundamental changes in how our public elementary schools serve young students.” —Sara Mead, Bellwether Education Partners “Dr. Takanishi has laid out a vision and approach to schooling that is comprehensive, forward-looking, and versed in strong evidence. This is must-reading for educators, leaders, policymakers, and researchers.” —Arthur Reynolds, University of Minnesota