The Rookie Handbook

Author: Ryan Kalil
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 168245035X
Size: 79.24 MB
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The Rookie Handbook from the Author: Ryan Kalil. Congratulations, you just got drafted into the NFL. Now what? Here’s what’s ahead of you: rigorous training, complicated playbooks, financial conundrums, intense pressure to perform—and temptation. Welcome to the big leagues. Informative, smart, funny, and beautifully illustrated, The Rookie Handbook has everything NFL rookies need to know to survive their first season of pro football, straight from veterans Ryan Kalil, Jordan Gross, and Geoff Hangartner. The three authors have a combined thirty years of NFL experience, but they too were rookies themselves, once upon a time. Much like rookies, NFL fans only know what they see on TV or read—obsessively following Rich Eisen and scouring obscure blogs for fantasy football info. But when it comes to what goes on in the inner sanctum, behind the locker room doors, it’s a mystery. The Rookie Handbook is the insider’s guide to that exclusive club, pulling back the curtain to reveal how players act and think—and what they do when no one is watching.

The Rookie Handbook

Author: Ryan Kalil
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1682450341
Size: 36.48 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Rookie Handbook from the Author: Ryan Kalil. Congratulations, you just got drafted into the NFL. Now what? Here’s what’s ahead of you: rigorous training, complicated playbooks, financial conundrums, intense pressure to perform—and temptation. Welcome to the big leagues. Informative, smart, funny, and beautifully illustrated, The Rookie Handbook has everything NFL rookies need to know to survive their first season of pro football, straight from veterans Ryan Kalil, Jordan Gross, and Geoff Hangartner. The three authors have a combined thirty years of NFL experience, but they too were rookies themselves, once upon a time. Much like rookies, NFL fans only know what they see on TV or read—obsessively following Rich Eisen and scouring obscure blogs for fantasy football info. But when it comes to what goes on in the inner sanctum, behind the locker room doors, it’s a mystery. The Rookie Handbook is the insider’s guide to that exclusive club, pulling back the curtain to reveal how players act and think—and what they do when no one is watching.

The Rookie S Guide To Options

Author: Mark D. Wolfinger
Publisher: Traders Press
ISBN: 9781934354049
Size: 56.15 MB
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The Rookie S Guide To Options from the Author: Mark D. Wolfinger. Learn why stock options - a versatile investment tool that has seen explosive growth over the past few years - belong in your portfolio. If you're already trading options, this book is also for you. You will gain a thorough understanding of option pricing, function and equivalents, which will help you trade more effectively. Adopt more advanced option strategies, like iron condors and double diagonals, to help protect your nest egg and earn healthy returns. Includes chapter quizzes and accompanying CD-ROM.

The Rookie Mom S Handbook

Author: Heather Gibbs Flett
Publisher: Quirk Books
ISBN: 1594746974
Size: 17.25 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Rookie Mom S Handbook from the Author: Heather Gibbs Flett. Bookstores are full of activity books for babies and toddlers, but The Rookie Mom’s Handbook is the only one designed exclusively for first-time mothers. Here are 250 enjoyable activities to help rookie moms maintain their individuality and boost their confidence about leaving the house, socializing, and doing things they’ve always liked to do — either with or without baby. Inspired by the popular blog www.rookiemoms.com, this handbook offers bite-sized activities organized according to the baby’s age. Some are crafty, some are adventurous, and some simply help get a meal on the table. Full of lively advice and adorable illustrations, The Rookie Mom’s Handbook is the perfect reminder that there’s more to life than dirty diapers and 3 a.m. feedings!

The Rookie S Guide To Options 2nd Edition

Author: Mark D. Wolfinger
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780988843912
Size: 25.75 MB
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The Rookie S Guide To Options 2nd Edition from the Author: Mark D. Wolfinger. Updated and expanded 2nd edition of the Amazon best-selling book: The Rookie's Guide to Options. Wolfinger teaches readers how to use the versatile, risk-reducing investing tool, the stock option. Step-by-step instructions on making, managing and exiting trades. The emphasis is on getting the reader to understand how options work. There are no rules to memorize, just plain common sense ideas. Wolfinger's unique approach has readers follow along as he makes trade decisions and manages risk. The lessons follow in logical order, with each based on knowledge acquired in earlier chapters. Seven basic option strategies are covered. Learn why the commonly used strategy of buying options for speculation is far too risky for all but the most sophisticated traders and why it is an inappropriate strategy for newcomers to the option's world. Learn to adopt strategies with limited risk but which come with a high probability of earning profits. His favorite strategies include covered call writing, selling cash-secured puts, collars, credit spreads, iron condors, diagonal spreads, and calendar spreads. Don't let the title fool you. This book contains all the information that a new trader has to know before getting started with options, but it also could be titled "The Rookie and Intermediate Trader's Guide to Options." You will keep this book handy as a reference as you gain trading experience and a better understanding of how to use options effictively.

The Rookie Bookie

Author: L. Jon Wertheim
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0316249769
Size: 34.85 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Rookie Bookie from the Author: L. Jon Wertheim. Using the tips, truths, and stats they explore in their New York Times bestseller Scorecasting, two dads pack super sports savvy and important math and financial concepts into a fun and heartwarming first novel for kids. New kid Mitch Sloan wants to fit in, but his nerdy love of statistics and making money isn't winning him any friends in his sports-loving town--until he finds the perfect way to attain instant popularity. But running a football betting ring at school eventually turns sour, and Mitch loses the only real friend he's made. He'll have to win her back by using his brainpower for good and helping the school football team achieve victory--if they'll listen to the advice of a former bookie!

A Little Handbook For Preachers

Author: Mary S. Hulst
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830841288
Size: 49.76 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A Little Handbook For Preachers from the Author: Mary S. Hulst. No function of the pastor is as visible and stress inducing as preaching. Being a good preacher requires learning the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical skills needed to effectively share God's word with a congregation. It demands a commitment to the craft of preaching. But few pastors feel adequately prepared for this high-stakes responsibility when they begin their ministries. Mary Hulst knows what it takes to preach well. Forged by her experiences as a pastor, preaching professor and college chaplain, she recognizes the challenges of the pulpit. In this uniquely practical book, Hulst provides foundational concepts and tips that all pastors can use, whether they are ministry newcomers or seasoned professionals. Preaching can bring both you and your congregation great joy and satisfaction, week after week. And A Little Handbook for Preachers can help you deliver a better sermon by Sunday.

Rookie Yearbook One

Author: Tavi Gevinson
Publisher: Razorbill
ISBN: 9781595148261
Size: 65.83 MB
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Rookie Yearbook One from the Author: Tavi Gevinson. Collects articles, interviews, photographic editorials, and illustrations from the first year of the online magazine.

The Station Ready Rookie 2nd Edition

Author: Collin S. Blasingame
Publisher: Fire Engineering Books
ISBN: 159370366X
Size: 73.60 MB
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The Station Ready Rookie 2nd Edition from the Author: Collin S. Blasingame. “To be effective, a training program must be realistic. Firefighters today want to know the realities of what they will face once they are on the job. This is why we have adopted The Station-Ready Rookie as a required part of every recruit school in our state. This excellent book is easy to read and gives new recruits a glimpse beyond the technical aspects of firefighting. The authors have done a great job preparing new firefighters to become part of our fire service family.” —Allan Rice, Executive Director, Alabama Fire College & Personnel Standards Commission While fire academies teach the fundamentals and technical skills of firefighting, “life as a rookie” is an area that is mostly overlooked. Three fire service veterans wrote The Station-Ready Rookie to help new firefighters know and understand what will be expected of them during their first assignment to a fire station and throughout their probationary period. This book is designed to shorten the rookie’s learning curve and help the reader become an outstanding new firefighter from day one. It is perfect for aspiring firefighters, new recruits, fire departments, and training academies! The second edition of The Station-Ready Rookie takes into account reader feedback and addresses current topics for today’s new and seasoned firefighters. It contains an entirely new fourth section as well as new chapters on: choosing your city of employmentthe expanding role of the fire departmenthazing within the fire departmentutilizing your chain of commandcreating and seizing opportunitiesthe importance of being involved in your community

Minimalist Parenting

Author: Christine K. Koh
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351861204
Size: 58.32 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Minimalist Parenting from the Author: Christine K. Koh. We're in the midst of a parenting climate that feeds on more. More expert advice, more gear, more fear about competition and safety, and more choices to make about education, nutrition, even entertainment. The result? Overwhelmed, confused parents and overscheduled, overparented kids. In MINIMALIST PARENTING, Christine Koh and Asha Dornfest offer a fresh approach to navigating all of this conflicting background "noise." They show how to tune into your family's unique values and priorities and confidently identify the activities, stuff, information, and people that truly merit space in your life. The book begins by showing the value of a minimalist approach, backed by the authors' personal experience practicing it. It then leads parents through practical strategies for managing time, decluttering the home space, simplifying mealtimes, streamlining recreation, and prioritizing self-care. Filled with parents' personal stories, readers will come away with a unique plan for a simpler life.