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Instant Motivation

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Readers can use the book's exercises to motivate staff members. Each exercise has a star rating showing its particular usefulness for motivating individuals, teams and large gatherings plus a rating giving each exercise s fun factor. The techniques and exercises in Instant Motivation produce tangible results in a short time.

Instant motivation definitive self steem

Author : Nico Quindt
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For a self-esteem book to be useful, it needs to work and to work on it, it must be definite and, in addition, teach you how to generate instant energy levels, but what is the use of knowing motivation if I cannot motivate myself when I need it? Therefore, motivation must be achieved at any time required, in a snap of fingers. This book will teach you how to manage your energy levels, self-esteem and enthusiasm in a virtuous way so that you can reach the maximum potential that exists within you.

Instant Motivation

Author : Chantal Burns
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'This will change how you see everything' Linda Swidenbank; Publishing Director, Time Inc (UK) 'Reveals the vital difference between how we really think and how we think we think' Rory Sutherland; Vice Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather This book will change how you think about what drives you to succeed. Groundbreaking new research reveals how your state of mind holds the key to your motivation, success and happiness. Compelling evidence combined with inspiring stories and insights will unlock a powerful new mindset that will instantly boost your performance and open your eyes to what it really takes to excel. 'If you want to power-up your performance, read this book' Shaa Wasmund, author of Stop Talking, Start Doing 'Genuinely transformational' Josh Krichefski, COO MediaCom 'Compelling' David Pugh-Jones, Global Creative Director, Microsoft 'Life-changing!' Sophie Hearsey, Editor, that's life! 'Highly recommended!' Karl Marsden, Managing Director, Shortlist Media Ltd 'Deceptively powerful' Stuart Taylor, CEO Kinetic Worldwide

Never Give Up

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It’s always too early to quit You are tougher than you think and stronger than you know. This bright and emboldening book of quotes from life’s winners and strivers is a timely reminder of what’s possible when you NEVER GIVE UP.

Instant Motivation and Definitive Self Esteem

Author : Nico Quindt
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For a self-esteem book to be useful, it needs to work and to work on it, it must be definite and, in addition, teach you how to generate instant energy levels, but what is the use of knowing motivation if I cannot motivate myself when I need it? Therefore, motivation must be achieved at any time required, in a snap of fingers. This book will teach you how to manage your energy levels, self-esteem and enthusiasm in a virtuous way so that you can reach the maximum potential that exists within you.

Instant Negotiation

Author : Brian Clegg
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This addition to 'Instant' series tackles the problem of successful negotiation. With practical advice, proven tips and with a set of easy-to-use activities this book will help readers to improve their negotiation techniques immediately. Like other books in the series, Instant Negotiation has a few short introductory chapters followed by a main section comprising about 70 exercises, each taking five to twenty minutes, which can be used to improve negotiation skills. Each exercise also has a star rating showing positioning on three negotiation scales - strategic, intuitive and selling (plus, as usual, a fun rating).

Instant Confidence

Author : Paul McKenna
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IMPORTANT: BEFORE PURCHASING, PLEASE BE AWARE THAT YOU WILL NEED TO USE A COMPUTER TO DOWNLOAD THE AUDIO CONTENT. ___________ Would you like to have the confidence to go for anything you want in life? Paul McKenna Ph.D. is the world's leading hypnotist and Britain's most successful self-improvement author. In this groundbreaking new book, he reveals the secrets of mastering your emotions and living with a greater sense of ease and certainty than ever before. You will learn how to push the 'off' switch for fear and desperation and create massive amounts of confidence and motivation in just a few moments. Before you've even finished the book, your whole attitude to life will begin to change for the better! Would you like to feel strong in difficult situations? Whether you want to feel totally confident in business, romance, or any other area of your life, Paul will walk you step by step through a series of simple yet powerful techniques normally only available to his private clients and seminar attendees. In addition, the book comes with a free hypnosis audio download which uses the latest psychological techniques to fill your mind with positive thoughts and feelings. Each time you listen, you will be re-enforcing positive optimism and programming your mind for success. If you're ready to feel completely comfortable in yourself and finally achieve what you are truly capable of, this book is for you! THIS EBOOK INCLUDES A CODE TO DOWNLOAD THE AUDIO.

Motivation and the Moral Sense in Francis Hutcheson s Ethical Theory

Author : Henning Jensen
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Although the works of Francis Hutcheson are unfamiliar to most students of philosophy, it cannot be said that he has been entirely ignored. To be sure, most of the recent writers who deal with Hutcheson's philosophy do so in the course of writing about Hutcheson's famous contemporary, David Hume. This is true, for example, of Norman Kemp Smith, whose book entitled The Philosophy of David Hume 1 includes much detailed information concerning Hume's indebtedness to Hutcheson. But others have written about Hutcheson on his own account. William R. Scott's Francis Hutcheson,2 although mainly biographical and historical, is well worth reading. In his article "Some Reflections on Moral-Sense Theories in Ethics," 3 C. D. Broad presents a sustained analysis of the sort of theory held by Hutcheson. D. Daiches Raphael's The Moral Sense 4 is competent, interesting, and especially valuable in its treatment of epistemological issues surrounding the moral sense theory. William K. Frankena's article entitled "Hutcheson's Moral Sense Theory" Ji is search ing and profound. And, most recent of all, a book by William T. Black stone has appeared entitled Francis Hutcheson and Contemporary Ethi cal Theory. 6 One of the difficulties encountered in presenting a study of Hutcheson is that all of his books are extremely rare. Fortunately, L. A. Selby-Bigge'l) 1 Nonnan Kemp Smith, The Philosophy of David Hume (London: Macmillan and Co. , Limited, 1949). Ii William Robert Scott, Francis Hutcheson (Cambridge, Eng. : Cambridge Uni venity Press, 1900).

Motivation in a Minute

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SuperMotivation

Author : Dean Spitzer
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Surveys show that 73% of workers are less motivated than they used to be, and 84% could perform significantly better if they wanted to. Perhaps most shocking of all, a full 50% of workers say they are exerting only enough energy to hang on to their jobs! This crisis needs radical treatment - and that's what Dean R. Spitzer provides with his original, idea-packed strategies for boosting employee motivation and performance. Instead of focusing on how individual managers can motivate individual employees, SuperMotivation shows you how to "motivationally transform" an entire organization. Based on the author's firsthand experience with a variety of companies and thousands of interviews, SuperMotivation takes a fresh approach to an age-old dilemma. Each chapter is full of immediately applicable techniques that any organization can use to "maximize the bang for its motivational bucks." You'll find hundreds of practical suggestions for motivationally transforming jobs, teams, meetings, suggestion systems, training, performance appraisals, compensation, benefits, and much more.

BIOS Instant Notes in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Author : Dave Shaw
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Instant Notes in Sport and Exercise Psychology provides concise coverage of sport and exercise psychology at the undergraduate level, and also covers the crucial basic psychology that underpins the subject. It has four main themes: theoretical approaches and research methods sport psychology at both the individual and group level of analysis exercise psychology practical applications including performance enhancement and ethics. Suitable for students in sport and exercise science, sport psychology, sport studies and sports management, it will be useful for coaches and athletes who wish to gain an up-to-date understanding of the key concepts, theories and research in this area.

Motivation for Monday

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Bodybuilding Motivation

Author : Andrew Pense
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With each stride; each repetition, With each run into the wind and rain, Each set to fatigue that seems unwinnable, with each strange look from comfortable passengers in a car, I continue to fight. Each rep, each stretch, each gate means one step closer. Each stride and pull makes my enemies shrink in fear and my allies feel more secure. This isn't lifting, working out, or jogging. This is a battle. No, this is war. And I forgot to bring my white flag.Bodybuilding motivation is a collection of inspiring stories, tips and tricks to help you maximize performance in the gym, and the best way to manage your must important asset: Your mind. Huge improvements and unbelievable performance are unlocked by best managing your mindset before, during, and after your workout.Because in the gym everything else goes out the window...it doesn't matter how much money you have, your history, what waits outside those gym doors...in these hallowed halls if only for a few hours we get to be gods. There are no more barriers, restriction, no limitations...our objectives are as close as our will to achieve them. Because men and women are seperated in the "real world" by class, income, and reputation...but once your underneath the iron all that goes out the window and the real person comes out.Bodybuilding motivation topics include diet and nutrition, workout strategies, and goal setting. This is not a how to book, but instead an instruction manual for best utilizing mental preparation strategies in order to succeed both in and out of the gym.Readers new to the work out lifestyle will benefit from this book, as well as seasoned veterans looking for a competitive edge. Readers can choose to use this as a guide just for vastly improving their workouts, or use it as a guide for success in other areas of life. Topics such as meditation and positive self talk are explored, but the work is far from flighty or new age. They are real world tools for best maximizing your performance whether you are a weekend warrior or a competitive athlete.

Instant Manager Coaching

Author : Matt Somers
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Whether you are finding your way as a manager or you want to enhance the skills you already have, the Instant Manager series is exactly what you need! Written by leading experts, they are inexpensive, concise but above all authoritative guides to the subject at hand. Based on the 10 most FAQs, each chapter ends with a quick tip that can be taken on board immediately. A tear out card covering the most salient points allows you to carry the expertise with you wherever you go. 'Coaching' covers all of the areas of this hot topic that you will need, including a basic explanation of what coaching is, what it can do and what skills a manager needs to be a good coach. It includes advice on how to motivate individuals and groups and gives practical examples of coaching in action.

Motivational Internalism

Author : Gunnar Björnsson
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Motivational internalism-the idea that there is an intrinsic or necessary connection between moral judgment and moral motivation-is a central thesis in a number of metaethical debates. In conjunction with a Humean picture of motivation, it provides a challenge for cognitivist theories that take moral judgments to concern objective aspects of reality. Versions of internalism have potential implications for moral absolutism, realism, non-naturalism, and rationalism. Being a constraint on more detailed conceptions of moral motivation and moral judgment, it is also directly relevant to wider issues in moral psychology. But internalism is a controversial thesis, and the apparent possibility of amoralists and the rejection of strong forms of internalism have also been seen as problems for non-cognitivists. This volume's thirteen new essays and introduction are meant to help readers appreciate state-of-the-art of research on internalism, to identify connections between various aspects of the debate, and to deepen discussion of a number of central aspects of metaethics. The introductory chapter provides a structured overview of the debate with a focus on the last two decades, while the book's three main sections focus on what evidence there is for or against various versions of internalism, the relevance of versions of internalism for wider metaethical issues, and different ways of accommodating both internalist and externalist aspects of moral practice, respectively.

Programmer s Motivation for Beginners

Author : Rajaraman Raghuraman
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Usually they teach programming concepts and specific programming languages like C, C++, C#, JAVA, Ruby, PHP, etc. for beginners. But they don't teach stuff that really matters in the long term, they don't prepare you on your journey to become a Great Programmer, they don't teach you the attitude that is required to become great in your craft. This E-book is a compilation of some of the author's blog posts & advice containing some useful piece of practical information to beginner programmers. The content in this book is programming language agnostic - Same principles can be applied to all programming languages.

Introduction to Motivation Research

Author : Justus George Frederick
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Introduction to the New Science and Art of Motivation Research

Author : Justus George Federick
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Consumer Motivation and Behavior

Author : Steuart Henderson Britt
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Harnessing Motivation

Author : Denny Dey
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