A collection of affirmations with attitude, "Quickie Stickies" is Salmonsohn, author of "I Don't Need to Have Children, I Date Them, " at her sharpest and most unexpectedly inspirational. Includes 100 self-stick leaves bound in a pad with a board cover. Consumable.
Author: Gini Graham Scott
Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
Release Date: 2008
Genre: Business & Economics
Every year, we find ourselves working harder, longer, and at a faster pace. Many of us find it impossible to find time to relax, much less create ways to make our jobs more enjoyable. Finally here is an antidote for overstressed workers everywhere. As an expert in personal and professional development, Gini Graham Scott has helped people all over the world find more enjoyment in their work and personal lives. In Enjoy! she shares her secrets for adding fun to life at the office. Using examples from her workshops and interviews with psychologists and recreation professionals, she shows how to relieve stress, anxiety, and tedium from everyday life. Readers will find tips on how to: change their attitudes so they have more fun - bring humor and laughter to the workplace - use relaxation exercises to help them ease tension during the work day - pinpoint what they most appreciate about their job - use fantasy and visualization to conquer boredom - rethink their work goals to avoid frustration and feeling stuck Most of us spend more than a third of our lives at work. Finally, here is the book that can make that part of our lives infinitely more enjoyable.
A dynamic guide to happiness offers creative insights and practical techniques for overcoming the challenges of life, with seventy easy-to-accomplish suggestions for transforming adversity into opportunity and for moving forward in life with positive energy and focus. Original.
Growing up in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s saw the development of extensive prosperity, of previously unknown luxury, and a level of frivolity that the previous generation never knew. Television, expansion into the suburbs, and the rapid growth of automobiles all led to a development boom that people had never experienced. Combine this with automotive growth, hot rodding, car shows, kids playing with toy cars and building models, and you have the elements necessary to create the show rod craze that proliferated in America during the 1960s and 1970s. A complement to author Scotty Gosson's previous title, America's Wildest Show Rods of the 1960s & 1970s, this all-new book covers what was often the inspiration for all those crazy show rods, the model kits themselves. Viewed from a collector's standpoint rather than a builder's point of view, all of the coolest and wildest kits are featured. Kits including the Red Baron, Li'l Coffin, Mysterion, Uncertain-T, Batmobile, and many more are featured from manufacturers such as Monogram, AMT, Revell, and MPC. Interviews and insights from the designers, the car builders, and the corporate suits provide a unique behind-the-scenes insight into not only what enthusiasts were demanding, but also the methods and marketing savvy that made it all happen. Author Gosson's entertaining prose, unique perspective, diligent research, and color photography throughout make this book essential for show rod enthusiasts. Whether you are interested in picking up the collecting hobby, just want a few cool kits from your childhood to display, or simply want to reminisce about building and obsessing over these crazy kits from your youth, Show Rod Model Kits: A Showcase of America's Wildest Model Kits will be a fun addition to your library.