Mastery

Filename: mastery.pdf
ISBN: 9781101601020
Release Date: 2012-11-13
Number of pages: 352
Author: Robert Greene
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Mastery in PDF and EPUB The #1 New York Times-bestseller from the author of The 48 Laws of Power Each one of us has within us the potential to be a Master. Learn the secrets of the field you have chosen, submit to a rigorous apprenticeship, absorb the hidden knowledge possessed by those with years of experience, surge past competitors to surpass them in brilliance, and explode established patterns from within. Study the behaviors of Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci and the nine contemporary Masters interviewed for this book. The bestseller author of The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, and The 33 Strategies of War, Robert Greene has spent a liftime studying the laws of power. Now, he shares the secret path to greatness. With this seminal text as a guide, readers will learn how to unlock the passion within and become masters. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Mastery

Filename: mastery.pdf
ISBN: 9781101666609
Release Date: 1992-02-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: George Leonard
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Mastery in PDF and EPUB "The practical wisdom in George Leonard's book will have a great influence for many years to come." —Michael Murphy, author of Golf in the Kingdom and The Future of the Body Drawing on Zen philosophy and his expertise in the martial art of aikido, bestselling author Gorge Leonard shows how the process of mastery can help us attain a higher level of excellence and a deeper sense of satisfaction and fulfillment in our daily lives. Whether you're seeking to improve your career or your intimate relationships, increase self-esteem or create harmony within yourself, this inspiring prescriptive guide will help you master anything you choose and achive success in all areas of your life. In Mastery, you'll discover: • The 5 Essential Keys to Mastery • Tools for Mastery • How to Master Your Athletic Potential • The 3 Personality Types That Are Obstacles to Mastery • How to Avoid Pitfalls Along the Path . . . and more


Elizabeth Bishop

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ISBN: 067424690X
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 265
Author: Bonnie Costello
Publisher: Harvard University Press

Download and read online Elizabeth Bishop in PDF and EPUB A profoundly visual poet, Elizabeth Bishop is said to have a prismatic way of seeing. In this companion to Bishop's poetry, making connections between modern art and modern poetry, Bonnie Costello aims to give a sense of the poet and her ways of seeing and writing. Costello also makes use of quotations from Bishop's letters, drafts, journals and occasional prose sketches.


Mastery of Surgery

Filename: mastery-of-surgery.pdf
ISBN: 078177165X
Release Date: 2006-12-18
Number of pages: 2592
Author: Josef E. Fischer
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Download and read online Mastery of Surgery in PDF and EPUB This authoritative two-volume reference represents the core procedural knowledge taught in most surgical residency programs. This edition has new procedures in bariatric surgery, hernia surgery, and vascular surgery, and includes a large number of international contributors. Editorial comments at the end of each chapter provide additional insight.


The Mastery of Submission

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ISBN: 0801433452
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 265
Author: John Kenneth Noyes
Publisher: Cornell University Press

Download and read online The Mastery of Submission in PDF and EPUB "A very erudite, comprehensive, and searching study, which investigates masochism from a variety of perspectives". -- Elaine Showalter, Princeton University Individuals sometimes derive sexual pleasure from submission to cruel discipline. While that predilection was noted as early as the sixteenth century, masochism was not codified as a concept until 1890. According to John K. Noyes, its invention reflected a crisis in the liberal understanding of subjectivity and sexuality which continues to inform discussions of masochism today. In essence, it remains a political concept. Viennese physician Richard yon Krafft-Ebing coined the term masochism, based on the work of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. Noyes analyzes the social and political problems that inspired the concept, suggesting, for example, that the triumphant expansion of European colonialism was in part animated by an ambivalence in masculine sexuality. Noyes documents the evolution of the concept of masochism with scenes in literature from John Cleland's Fanny Hill through Sacher-Masoch's Venus in Furs and Pauline Reage's Story of O. Analysis of Freud's vastly influential rereading of masochism precedes an exploration of the work of his successors, including Wilhem Reich, Theodor Reik, Helene Deutsch, and Karen Horney. Noyes suggests that the thematics of feminine masochism emerged only gradually from an exclusively male concept.


Mastery

Filename: mastery.pdf
ISBN: 0440207274
Release Date: 1991-08-01
Number of pages: 464
Author: Kelley Wilde
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company

Download and read online Mastery in PDF and EPUB At the annual Damnation Time, when contemporary vampires convene to display their prowess in the art of killing, renegade Austin Blake wreaks his special brand of havoc on the gathering


Consulting Mastery

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ISBN: 9781609943332
Release Date: 2005-06-12
Number of pages: 300
Author: Keith Merron
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

Download and read online Consulting Mastery in PDF and EPUB Most consultants are content to solve problems. Extraordinary consultants alter the culture of the client organization itself, changing the way the organization operates. Keith Merron shows that the most powerful tool for making a real difference is the consultant's inner stance--the attitudes, assumptions, beliefs, goals, and strategies that underlie the consulting practice. In other words, it is the inner qualities of the consultant that differentiate a great consultant from the rest of the pack. Consulting Mastery explores the deep inner shift required to become an extraordinary consultant. Through vivid examples, Merron contrasts the goals, strategies, and tactics used by most consultants with those used by masterful consultants to reveal the qualities and characteristics that will help you make the biggest difference with your clients. If you yearn to have a bigger impact on your client organizations, or even on the world as a whole, Consulting Mastery shows how to transform yourself from a problem solver to an empowering partner. Following a natural flow of learning, it details the conceptual foundation of consulting mastery, provides a vision of mastery in action, and outlines a clear path to attaining mastery in oneself.


The Struggle for Mastery

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ISBN: 0195220005
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 615
Author: David A. Carpenter
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

Download and read online The Struggle for Mastery in PDF and EPUB The years from 1066-the Norman conquest of England-to 1284-the English conquest of Wales--were momentous ones in the history of Britain. In this comprehensive synthesis canvassing the peoples, economies, religion, languages, and political leadership of medieval Britain, David Carpenter weaves together the histories of England, Scotland, and Wales. Arguing that English domination of the kingdom was by no means a foregone conclusion, Carpenter analyzes the multiple struggles for mastery of Great Britain. He explains why English monarchs focused on continental landholdings more than the island of Great Britain and narrates the loss of Normandy, Anjou, and Acquitaine. He recounts how the Welsh kings strove to recover areas lost to the Normans and to assert dominion over one another, and how the kings of Scotland expanded their realm to create a united Scotland. Based on readings of primary and secondary sources, Carpenter sheds light on major highlights of the period including the Battle of Hastings, the murder of Becket, and the signing of the Magna Carta, as well as intermarriage, the feudal system, and the characters of key figures. This new interpretation is a definitive introduction to the period for general readers. The Struggle for Matery was a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2005.


Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic

Filename: mastery-of-your-anxiety-and-panic.pdf
ISBN: 0199727368
Release Date: 2006-12-14
Number of pages: 224
Author: David H. Barlow
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic in PDF and EPUB Do you have rushes of fear accompanied by a pounding heart, trembling, dizziness, and feelings of unreality that make you think you're sick, dying, or losing your mind? Do these feelings interfere with your normal daily routine, or prevent you from doing things you would normally do? If you are prone to panic attacks and constantly worry about when the next attack may come, you may suffer from panic disorder and/or agoraphobia. Though panic disorder seems irrational and uncontrollable, it has been proven that a treatment like the one outlined in this book can help you take control of your life. Now in its 4th edition, Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic, Workbook has been updated to include strategies and techniques for dealing with both panic disorder and agoraphobia. The program outlined is based on the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and is organized by skill, with each chapter building on the one before it. You will learn the importance of record-keeping and monitoring your progress, as well as breathing techniques and thinking skills. The main focus of treatment involves learning how to face agoraphobic situations and the scary physical symptoms of panic from an entirely new perspective. Self-assessment quizzes, homework exercises, and interactive forms allow you to become an active participant in your treatment. Over time, you will learn to manage your panic attacks, anxiety about panic, and avoidance of panic and agoraphobic situations. This workbook is a one-of-a-kind resource that has been recommended for use by public health services around the world. It allows you to work alongside your therapist to personalize your treatment strategy and learn recovery skills that are useful for a lifetime. TreatmentsThatWorkTM represents the gold standard of behavioral healthcare interventions! · All programs have been rigorously tested in clinical trials and are backed by years of research · A prestigious scientific advisory board, led by series Editor-In-Chief David H. Barlow, reviews and evaluates each intervention to ensure that it meets the highest standard of evidence so you can be confident that you are using the most effective treatment available to date · Our books are reliable and effective and make it easy for you to provide your clients with the best care available · Our corresponding workbooks contain psychoeducational information, forms and worksheets, and homework assignments to keep clients engaged and motivated · A companion website (www.oup.com/us/ttw) offers downloadable clinical tools and helpful resources · Continuing Education (CE) Credits are now available on select titles in collaboration with PsychoEducational Resources, Inc. (PER)


The Dust Of Empire

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ISBN: 9780786724819
Release Date: 2008-08-05
Number of pages: 288
Author: Karl E. Meyer
Publisher: PublicAffairs

Download and read online The Dust Of Empire in PDF and EPUB When Charles de Gaulle learned that France's former colonies in Africa had chosen independence, the great general shrugged dismissively, "They are the dust of empire." But as Americans have learned, particles of dust from remote and seemingly medieval countries can, at great human and material cost, jam the gears of a superpower. In The Dust of Empire, Karl E. Meyer examines the present and past of the Asian heartland in a book that blends scholarship with reportage, providing fascinating detail about regions and peoples now of urgent concern to America: the five Central Asian republics, the Caspian and the Caucasus, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan and long-dominant Russia. He provides the context for America's war on terrorism, for Washington's search for friends and allies in an Islamic world rife with extremism, and for the new politics of pipelines and human rights in an area richer in the former than the latter. He offers a rich and complicated tapestry of a region where empires have so often come to grief—a cautionary tale.


Boxing Mastery

Filename: boxing-mastery.pdf
ISBN: 9781935937197
Release Date: 2004-10-01
Number of pages: 224
Author: Mark Hatmaker
Publisher: Tracks Publishing

Download and read online Boxing Mastery in PDF and EPUB This guide to the finer points of boxing provides the wisdom needed to make the transition from enthusiastic beginner to proficient pugilist. The ABCs of ring generalship, offensive and defensive ring movements, feints, and draws and fakes are examined and explained along with clinching techniques, head-hunting, body work, and counter-punching chains. Strategies for boxing against tall and short opponents as well as for a variety of fighting styles such as charger, speed-demon, stick-and-move, and slugger and brawler are discussed in detail. Specific drills focus on sophisticated ring stratagems such as throwing complex combinations, cutting off the ring, fighting off the ropes, generating power, and cornering an opponent are included.


Mastery for Strings Level 1

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ISBN: 1457427184
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Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing

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Mastery

Filename: mastery.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015040574017
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 366
Author: Joan Evelyn Ames
Publisher:

Download and read online Mastery in PDF and EPUB Gathers interviews with people who have attained mastery in their fields, including Margaret Harshaw, Milton Glaser, William Styron, Michael Moschen, Janos Starker, and Mary Miss.


Mastery

Filename: mastery.pdf
ISBN: 0472085883
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 212
Author: Gladys Valcourt
Publisher: University of Michigan Press

Download and read online Mastery in PDF and EPUB This textbook introduces ESL/EFL students to the most frequently used words in American academic environments, based on the 800-word University Word List developed by Xue and Nation (1984). Adding this academic vocabulary to the 2,000 basic words of English enables students to understand 95 percent of academic texts. Mastery also familiarizes students with American culture: students read about prominent Americans involved in business (Lee Iacocca), social activism (Gloria Steinem, Cesar Chavez), politics (Colin Powell), sports (Roberto Clemente), science (Carl Sagan), architecture (Maya Lin), and the arts (Maya Angelou, Georgia O'Keeffe). The target vocabulary is introduced in the readings, which are taken from current biographies and have been selected to stimulate student interest. For example, students are introduced to the excitement of designing a car (the 1964 Mustang) with Iacocca, the formidable task of starting a union with Chavez, and the joy of Clemente's batting his 3,000th hit. Thus, Mastery provides students with the vocabulary they will encounter most frequently in their academic endeavors and also enriches their understanding of a culture. .


Mastery of Self

Filename: mastery-of-self.pdf
ISBN: 9781616403874
Release Date: 2010-01-01
Number of pages: 90
Author: Christian D. Larson
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

Download and read online Mastery of Self in PDF and EPUB One of the cornerstones of New Thought, the precursor to New Age thinking, is the marriage of mind and spirit, of science and religion. Another foundational block of the philosophy is the belief that each person is born with the full potential of transcending mundane existence and achieving spiritual enlightenment and communion with God. In Mastery of Self, Christian D. Larson gracefully guides the reader to a better understanding of these basic principles, and provides practical instruction on how to both open and rein in one's self, to ensure the individual continues moving ever forward and is building always toward the fulfillment of that potential, gaining a healthier, happier life along the way.American New Thought pioneer CHRISTIAN DAA LARSON (b. 1874) is the author of the well-known Optimist Creed and published several important works of spiritual science, including Mastery of Self, In the Light of the Spirit, and The Great Within.