Listen Out Loud

Author: Ron Weisner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493010859
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Listen Out Loud from the Author: Ron Weisner. Even hardcore music fans don’t know the name Ron Weisner . . . but they should. A high-powered manager for over four decades, Ron worked alongside Madonna, Paul McCartney, Steve Winwood, Gladys Knight, Curtis Mayfield, Bill Withers, and, most notably, Michael Jackson. He saw the King of Pop through his game-changing multi-platinum albums Thriller and Off the Wall. He watched M.J.'s prickly father Joe run roughshod over both his son and industry execs. He fought back as the industry tried to steer Jackson in a musical direction that would have derailed his career. And he saw Michael suffer through devastating press coverage that turned the troubled singer's world upside down. Featuring an introduction from Quincy Jones and commentary from Winwood, Knight, and some behind-the-scenes record label power brokers, Weisner's illuminating memoir Listen Out Loud underscores the destructive changes to the industry during his forty-year career, including the shift in focus from artistic integrity to the pursuit of cold hard numbers. It's an intimate glimpse into the music world from a man with a keen eye, sharp ears, and a big heart.

Listen Out Loud

Author: Joe Gwerder
Publisher: Archway Publishing
ISBN: 1480803170
Size: 46.94 MB
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Listen Out Loud from the Author: Joe Gwerder. This is a book that all of the human race should read. It does not come with direct instructions or claims of uncovered secrets. It is written by a middle-aged man who has learned to accept and "listen" to his intuition. This is something all of us can do if we are shown how. The content herein is surprising, sometimes challenging, and most of all, refreshing. There are no advanced college degrees to earn your trust. There is however, integrity and a source of energy that is beyond the typical author's claim to expertise. With an open heart and mind you will be very surprised with the awareness and understanding you will gain. The sole purpose of this book is to intrigue you to become in tune with your higher self. This does not come with an involvement of any religion, but rather through a much more personal knowing. If you choose, you will become aware of your higher energy.

Listening Out Loud

Author: Randall Huntsberry
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595170455
Size: 74.45 MB
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Listening Out Loud from the Author: Randall Huntsberry. Many pupils were studying meditation under the Zen master Sengai. One of them used to arise at night, climb over the temple wall, and go to town on a pleasure jaunt. Sengai, inspecting the dormitory quarters, found this pupil missing one night and also discovered the high stool he had used to scale the wall. Sengai removed the stool and knelt in its place. When the wanderer returned, not knowing that Sengai was the stool, he put his feet on the master's head and jumped down into the grounds. Discovering what he had done, he was aghast. Sengai said, "It is very chilly in the early morning. Do be careful not to catch cold." The pupil never went out at night again. (Adapted from Zen Flesh, Zen Bones compiled by Paul Reps)

20 20 Listening

Author: Joe Gwerder
Publisher: Archway Publishing
ISBN: 1480808024
Size: 17.52 MB
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20 20 Listening from the Author: Joe Gwerder. Listening to that little voice. Having a gut feeling. Getting certain vibes. Following your own intuition. Different words with the same meaning. We have all heard these things before but what do they really mean? How do you actually follow your intuition? First, you must be aware of how to “listen”. Second, you need to accept that it is real. Finally, trust it – trust you. This book is written in short, easy to read chapters that get to the point. You will discover many ideas and suggestions that will have you wondering why this book isn’t in every high school and college. (Give it time, maybe someday.) You will not be confronted with exercises or marching orders. You will simply be asked to open your mind and heart and contemplate this information. There will be chapters in this book that will intrigue you and likely cause emotions to come alive. This content should have your full attention so you can grasp the entire message. Read it, re-read it, share it with others. Learning how to “listen” will be one of the best things you have ever done.

The Playing Is The Thing

Author: Anita Jesse
Publisher: Wolf Creek Press (Burbank, CA)
ISBN:
Size: 57.67 MB
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The Playing Is The Thing from the Author: Anita Jesse. This invaluable guidebook provides a clear, concise map for finding the character's inner life through play and guided exercises. Focuses on mastery of concentration, listening, script analysis, visualization, and methods for developing spontaneity, ensemble, interaction, emotional freedom, relaxation, and imagination. Whether you are a teacher, actor, or director, this book will be your constant guide. You will refer to it again and again for the classroom-tested exercises written in the same straightforward and accessible style as Ms. Jesse's earlier work, Let the Part Play You.

Why Should The Boss Listen To You

Author: James E. Lukaszewski
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118041123
Size: 41.11 MB
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Why Should The Boss Listen To You from the Author: James E. Lukaszewski. This is a book about gaining influence and becoming a key trusted advisor. It is for everyone who advises leaders and senior managers (accounting, finance, human resources, IT, law, marketing, public relations, security, and strategic planning) and for outside consultants in these functional staff areas. It’s also for operations people yearning to finally be heard and heeded by their boss.

Neuro Linguistic Programming Workbook For Dummies

Author: Romilla Ready
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119992202
Size: 69.50 MB
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Neuro Linguistic Programming Workbook For Dummies from the Author: Romilla Ready. If you are one of the millions of people who have already discovered the power of NLP, Neuro-linguistic Programming Workbook For Dummies will allow you to perfect its lessons on how to think more positively and communicate more effectively with others. This workbook is packed with hands-on exercises and practical techniques to help you make the most of NLP’s toolkit for new thinking and personal change. These can have an impact on many aspects of your life: from helping you change your negative beliefs, to building rapport and influencing others, to taking charge of the direction your life is taking. Take your understanding of NLP to the next level, and reap the benefits. Neuro-linguistic Programming Workbook For Dummies includes: Getting Your Mindset Right with NLP Setting Sound Goals Recognising Your Unconscious Values Recognising How You Distort Thinking Developing Personal Rapport Managing Your Emotions and Experiences Changing Habits and Modeling Success Recognizing What Works Adapting Language with Metamodeling and the Milton Model

How To Sell The Way Your Customer Buys

Author: Des Hunt
Publisher: AWC Business Solutions
ISBN: 0994208405
Size: 17.98 MB
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How To Sell The Way Your Customer Buys from the Author: Des Hunt. In How to Sell the Way Your Customer Buys, Des Hunt, the Australian-based international trainer, speaker and author, shows you how to do just that in clear and simple language and with a touch of Aussie humour. Des talks about: * Why people buy the things they buy * The Hidden Persuaders and how to use them * Hot to quickly pick the buying style of your customer * How to assess your own style using a quick questionnaire * How to see yourself as your customer sees you * The seven principles and laws of selling * How to sell like a doctor rather than a salesperson * The art of using the right questions to sell and close * How to adapt and sell to each style of customer

Support Your Child With Science

Author: Pam Larkins
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1781662916
Size: 25.93 MB
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Support Your Child With Science from the Author: Pam Larkins. The first day at school is the day when an adventure of life-long learning begins and with a positive attitude your child will learn all the skills needed to equip them for adult life. The first year in school sets down the building blocks upon which all other learning takes place. Supporting your child at home helps to maintain a positive attitude and reinforces the learning that is happening at school. This book, one of a series of four, is written by a mother and experienced teacher, and outlines the techniques used in school in Science suggesting ways that you can help with learning at home, as well as providing web links to interactive activities.