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Stamp Magazine  May 2016

Stamp Magazine May 2016

Stamp Magazine May 2016|31.38 MB   Description   2016, May, PDF Stamp Magazine is the world’s best philatelic magazine, bringing you up-to-the-minute news, informed opinion and a global range of expertly-researched features.  

Dr Theo Tsaousides  Brainblocks Overcoming the 7 Hidden Barriers to Success 2015

Dr Theo Tsaousides Brainblocks Overcoming the 7 Hidden Barriers to Success 2015

Dr Theo Tsaousides Brainblocks Overcoming the 7 Hidden Barriers to Success 2015 1 EPUB |413.66 KB Publisher: Prentice Hall Press (August 4, 2015) ISBN: 978-0-698-19015-3 Brainblocks are the mental obstacles that keep people from achieving success, defined as setting, pursuing, and achieving a goal. Managing the brain is the solution to preventing mental blocks from interfering with achieving your goals. And neuropsychologist Dr. Theo Tsaousides gives you the tools to improve: Awareness: the seven brainblocks to success (self-doubt, procrastination, impatience, multitasking, rigidity, perfectionism, negativity) the characteristic feelings, thoughts, and actions associated with each brainblock the brain functions involved in goal-oriented action brain glitches and how they create setbacks the cost of not removing brainblocks the best strategies to remove the blocks Engagement: actively search for brainblocks in your actions, thoughts, and feelings recognize and label each brainblock as soon as it is identified practice each strategy consistently until it becomes second nature track your progress toward a goal Through these strategies you will learn to overcome these cognitive obstacles and harness the power of the brain to achieve…

The Economist March 26  April 1 2016

The Economist March 26 April 1 2016

The Economist March 26 April 1 2016|176.69 MB   Description This week’s The Economist The world this week Politics this week Business this week KAL’s cartoon Leaders Business in America The problem with profits Bombings in Brussels The new normal Brazil’s political crisis Time to go Reform in rural China Sell up, move on Welfare cuts Two-nation Britain Technology and politics Bits and ballots Letters On American politics, African trade, companies, migrants, glyphosate, Malaysia, the semicolon Briefing Business in America Too much of a good thing United States Trump and the world Don’t deal with it The primaries Heard on the trail College endowments Yard sale Deporting child migrants Self-defence Primaries in the West Mormons against the Donald Florida’s Haitian-Americans The Creole caucuses Lexington The meaning of blue jeans The Americas Brazil’s political crisis Tick tock Canada’s budget Globalisation with a human face The United States and Cuba An American invasion Bello The drama of Lula Asia New political drama in Australia Turnbull’s big gamble Money laundering in the Philippines Walls of silence Relations between China and Taiwan…

Harvard Business Review  APRIL 2016

Harvard Business Review APRIL 2016

Harvard Business Review APRIL 2016|38.33 MB   Description Harvard Business Review : APRIL 2016 Volume 94 Number 4   General Information Publisher: Harvard Business Publishing Magazine Website Type: Acrobat PDF eMagazine Language: English (Incl. adds) Size: 38.3 MB (40,196,035 bytes), 128 Pages About Harvard Business Review is a general management magazine published since 1922 by Harvard Business School Publishing, owned by the Harvard Business School. A monthly research-based magazine written for business practitioners, it claims a high ranking business readership among academics, executives, and management consultants. It has been the frequent publishing home for scholars and management thinkers such as Clayton M. Christensen, Peter F. Drucker, Michael E. Porter, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, John Hagel III, Thomas H. Davenport, Gary Hamel, C.K. Prahalad, Vijay Govindarajan, Robert S. Kaplan, Robert H. Schaffer and others. Management and business concepts and terms such as “Balanced scorecard,” “Core competence,” “Strategic intent,” “Reengineering,” “Globalization,” “Marketing myopia,” and “Glass ceiling” were first given prominence in HBR’s pages. Its worldwide English-language circulation is 250,000, and there are 11 licensed editions of the magazine, including two Chinese-language…

The Economist Feb 26  Mar 4 2016

The Economist Feb 26 Mar 4 2016

The Economist Feb 26 Mar 4 2016|188.37 MB   Description This week’s The Economist The world this week Politics this week Business this week KAL’s cartoon Leaders The Republicans Time to fire him Britain and the European Union The real danger of Brexit Making Indonesia work Open up Traffic in megacities Jam today Privacy and security Code to ruin? Letters International students, Trump history, China’s economy, monuments, tax reliefs, linguistics, Supreme Court Briefing Britain and the EU The Brexit delusion Britain’s EU reforms A change of status United States Marco Rubio The moral of his story The Nevada caucuses Winning big The campaigns Heard on the trail The religious left The least of these Fringe movements Finding Keepers Lexington A Latino firewall totters The Americas Crime in Mexico Mean beaches Urban architecture Biography of a building Bello Evo Morales’s fall from grace Asia Caste in India Backward ho! Individualism in South Korea Zero to hero Politics in Japan What’s in a name? Traffic in the Philippines’ capital Slowly does it Politics in Cambodia Same old, same old Banyan…

Computer Power User – March 2016

Computer Power User – March 2016

Computer Power User – March 2016|24.58 MB   Description Computer Power User – March 2016 English | PDF | 88 pages | 22,36 MB Computer Power User is a monthly print publication aimed at people who breathe, eat, and sleep technology. The kind of person who gets his kicks upgrading graphics cards and smashing benchmarks. The type of person who reinstalls Windows at 2 a.m. because his system keeps crashing while he’s encoding video.  

The Economist Jan 30  Feb 5 2016

The Economist Jan 30 Feb 5 2016

The Economist Jan 30 Feb 5 2016|159.75 MB   Description This week’s The Economist The world this week Politics this week Business this week KAL’s cartoon Leaders America’s presidential primaries The brawl begins (215) Nigeria’s economy Hope the naira falls (20) Foreign students Train ’em up. Kick ’em out Corporate tax Going after Google The Zika virus Let us spray Letters Migrants, India, aid, Jeremy Corbyn, science, Catalonia, banks, clubbing, ageing Briefing America’s primary elections Outsiders’ chance United States Walmart and low-wage America High expectations Transgender life Restroom rumpus Dry California All the leaves are brown Ecology Murre mystery Policing and privacy The StingRay’s tale Universities and free speech Hard to say Lexington Superpower statues The Americas Brazil Partying on a precipice Haiti’s election Chaos and compas The Zika virus To breed, or not to breed Bello From red tape to joined-up government Asia The South China Sea Making a splash Politics in Vietnam Reptilian manoeuvres Subhas Chandra Bose Mystery theatre Nepal’s constitutional stand-off Trouble in the basement Superstition in Thailand Dolls that bring luck—and drugs Kazakhstan’s tanking…

Elizabeth Peters  Peabody 10 The Ape Who Guards the Balance  Historical Mystery Audiobook

Elizabeth Peters Peabody 10 The Ape Who Guards the Balance Historical Mystery Audiobook

Elizabeth Peters Peabody 10 The Ape Who Guards the Balance Historical Mystery Audiobook nG|364 MB Book Title: The Ape Who Guards the Balance Amelia Peabody Series, Book 10 Author: Elizabeth Peters Narrator: Samantha Eggar Publisher: Phoenix Books, Inc. ISBN: U/K Release Date: 17 Apr 2007 Genre: Historical Fiction, Mystery Source: Ontario Library Service Preview from Source included DRM info removed during conversion process MediaInfo: ——————————————————————– Format : MPEG Audio Format version : Version 1 Format profile : Layer 3 Mode : Joint stereo Bit rate mode : Constant Bit rate : 128 Kbps Channel(s) : 2 channels Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz Compression mode : Lossy Writing library : LAME3.98.2 ——————————————————————– Duration: 6 hours, 35 minutes ——————————————————————– Description: ALL HAIL THE JUBILANT RETURN OF THE REDOUBTABLE AMELIA PEABODY! The prospects for the archaeological season in Egypt seem fairly dull to Ameila Peabody. Her adored husband, Professor Radcliff Emerson, has been ignominiously demoted to examining only the most boring tombs in the Valley of the Kings, mere leftovers really, but they are determined to make the most of a…