Most Christian parents are bombarded with all kinds of advice and plans and programs for how to be a great parent. In parenting eight kids over the last twenty-five years, Julie Lyles Carr and her husband experienced plenty of opportunity for learning, but it was when they began to understand it was about parenting each child according to their own unique needs and personality style that something wonderful happened. In Raising an Original, Carr helps to redefine the primary purpose of Christian parenting, this raising of the next generation. God has given each of our children specific gifts, abilities and capacities for specific purposes and He can equip parents to discover and support those powerful personality traits if they know where to look and how to respond. So many kids raised in Christian homes launch into their adult lives without any sense of knowing who they are called to be or what their mission on earth is. What if parents, teachers or mentors could help them discover the wondrous, unique threads woven within them that will enable them to see their part in the fabric of God’s universe? Readers of Raising an Original will be equipped to help their children: Understand their unique strengths and the challenges associated with them Discover their God-given gifts and how to use them for His glory Succeed regardless of their circumstances Raising an Original will provide readers with tools for better communication with their children as well as tools for uniquely guiding and disciplining each unique child. With a helpful and detailed Personality Trait Assessment Tool included as a major part of the book, readers will understand themselves, their parenting style, and their child better. They will also discover ways to improve their children’s communication within sibling groups and with parents themselves. Readers will find freedom in discovering that God hasn’t asked them to raise perfect children; He’s asked them to uniquely raise purposed childre
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Raising an Original by Julie Lyles Carr, popular speaker and blogger, will help Christian parents discover their children s God given-gifts and abilities, find the strands of distinctive temperament in each child, and help them set their child on the path of God s purpose. With practical tools and assessments, readers will better understand themselves and their unique child."
Marketing Database Analytics presents a step-by-step process for understanding and interpreting data in order to gain insights to drive business decisions. One of the core elements of measuring marketing effectiveness is through the collection of appropriate data, but this data is nothing but numbers unless it is analyzed meaningfully. Focusing specifically on quantitative marketing metrics, the book: Covers the full spectrum of marketing analytics, from the initial data setup and exploration, to segmentation, behavioral predictions and impact quantification Establishes the importance of database analytics, integrating both business and marketing practice Provides a theoretical framework that explains the concepts and delivers techniques for analyzing data Includes cases and exercises to guide students’ learning Banasiewicz integrates his knowledge from both his academic training and professional experience, providing a thorough, comprehensive approach that will serve graduate students of marketing research and analytics well.
- Author : Belle Wallace
- Publisher : Routledge
- Release Date : 2009-12-04
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 224
- ISBN : 9781135264901
The authors of this highly engaging book carried out extensive analysis of 12 key schools, selected for their challenging circumstances, whose effective strategies have enabled their more able pupils to thrive and achieve their full potential.
Updated to address current issues, a classic parenting guide written by two doctors re-introduces their revolutionary STEP program, Systematic Training for Effective Parenting, which is designed to help parents raise confident and caring children. Reprint.
- Author : Rufus A. Duits
- Publisher : Universal-Publishers
- Release Date : 2009-11-17
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9781599422985
The thesis consists of two main divisions. The first presents an original interpretation of Martin Heidegger's philosophy. The second - premised on the first - presents a fundamental and internal critique of his philosophy. The interpretative division demonstrates the way in which the history of being is structurally grounded in the ontological conformation of Dasein. This amounts to evincing the unity of Heidegger's development of his basic philosophical project: the raising of the question of being, and requires an original account of both the philosophy of the history of being and the existential analysis of Dasein, as well as of the so-called Kehre. The critical division, which is founded upon the conclusions of the interpretative division, focuses on the structural grounding that Heidegger attempts to provide, within the existential analysis of Dasein, for his ontological demand for the overcoming of the epoch of metaphysics. This grounding is the cornerstone with which Heidegger's philosophy as a whole stands or falls. It is shown that, for internal reasons, Heidegger's grounding fails, and that the existential structures of Dasein found an essentially different ontological imperative. The most basic consequences of this failure and substitution are subsequently drawn out both for Heidegger's philosophy in particular and more generally.
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1881
- Genre : California
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : NYPL:33433008712923
- Author : Lynda Lee Adams-Chau
- Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
- Release Date : 1988
- Genre : Social Science
- Pages : 175
- ISBN : 0899302513
A guide for professionals and aspiring professionals, staff members, and volunteers alike, this is a concise, readable, overview of fund raising activities in the not-for-profit sector. Adams-Chau contributes insights gleaned through her considerable experience in the field, providing an unusually comprehensive survey of the many facets of fund raising and philanthropy. She begins with a description of the characteristics, legal status, and professional organizations of the not-for-profit "independent sector." Subsequent chapters examine specific fund raising targets and fund raising organizations, and describe what motivates contributions, the effects of the 1986 Tax Act, ethical considerations, and types of contributions.
This unique resource provides practice tested forms and up-to-date expert guidance for successfully launching private placement investment transactions. The authors illustrate a variety of proven techniques for raising capital and explain ways to accommodate the investor's demands for protection while maintaining the flexibility necessary for efficient operation and growth in today's business and regulatory environment.Raising Capital: Private Placement Forms, Third Edition contains a wealth of essential forms, entity formation agreements, investment agreements and instruments, debt financing forms, investor agreements, and materials relating to the federal securities laws. This book also includes a chapter addressing environmental concerns, and a new chapter on privacy concerns, as well as chapters on: IncorporationStock ProvisionsExemptions for Registration Under Federal Securities laws: Regulati
An irreverent and unorthodox memoir by Peter Roberts, a Rhodes Scholar turned diplomat whose career crossed the paths of those who made history in the last half of the twentieth century. From service as ambassador to the Soviet Union and Romania, and from being press secretary to Pierre Trudeau to heading the Canada Council, Roberts "has seen it all"... and he tells it all in an engaging and chatty series of mini essays all woven into a narrative of our times.
European private equity investment reached €47 billion in 2005, up 27% from 2004. Funds raised for private equity were €72 billion, up 250% on the previous year, both figures being all time highs. Raising Venture Capital Finance in Europe provides business owners, entrepreneurs and investors alike with a step-by-step approach to exploiting this market and funding new projects effectively. Written by Keith Arundale, an advisor and commentator on the European and US VC and private equity industry for over 20 years, the guide blends business experience with practical approaches to enable the reader to maximize the opportunities available. The book includes a series of real-life case studies from venture capitalists and entrepreneurs from around Europe, each with practical tips for successful venture capital finance raising. With forewords from Sir Paul Judge (Chairman, Enterprise Education Trust) and Patrick Sheehan (Chairman, Venture Capital Committee, European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association) the book begins with a brief introduction to the field, including an analysis of current trends and issues in the industry, and goes on to provide a detailed framework for an objective assessment of each business opportunity. The book looks at sources of finance and private equity, shows how to write a successful business plan, details the entire investment process, and considers the tax and legal issues involved. A particular feature of the book is that it looks at the topic from both sides - showing what the venture capitalist is looking for as well as detailing how an entrepreneur or business owner can make proposals attractive to those investors This means that the reader will be able to minimize time wasted on unnecessary activities and therefore develop investment approaches which are succinct, relevant, and give every chance of success.
- Author : United States
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1999
- Genre : Budget
- Pages : 265
- ISBN : PSU:000043034482
Whether you’re interested in raising rabbits for show, meat, fur, or as pets, this comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know to keep your animals healthy and productive. Offering expert advice on breed selection, housing, feeding, humane handling, routine medical care, and dealing with diseases, Bob Bennett also provides tips on how to make raising rabbits a financial lucrative endeavor. Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits will help both the commercial producer and the backyard fancier achieve their rabbit-raising goals.
- Author : Marc Grünhagen
- Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
- Release Date : 2008-07-23
- Genre : Business & Economics
- Pages : 368
- ISBN : 9783834997975
Marc Grünhagen examines the evolution of fund-raising struggles in eleven in-depth case studies of seed and early stage ventures. The findings suggest two core recommendations for supporting growth-oriented fund-raising processes: a) to build legitimizing potential and b) to ensure sufficient financial scope for flexible adaptations throughout the financing struggle.
Fund raising in the United States is big business. Some 350,000 nonprofit organizations employ an army of fund raisers, all competing for their share, employing the latest technology in computerized direct mail and telemarketing. The American public is swamped with appeals on behalf of this cause or that, as ever more ambitious financial goals are set. Equally intense are demands on active citizens to staff fund-raising drives; a 1987 survey found that 48 percent of Americans engage in some sort of volunteer work. Popular philanthropy, financed by organized, high-pressure fund raising, is uniquely American. This classic history of fund raising in the United States, first published in 1965, has been out of print for the last twenty-two years despite continuing demand. It covers the role of fund raising from the seventeenth century to the present, with emphasis on mass secular fund raising in the twentieth century (religious fund raising is excluded). It documents techniques and problems that are central to the profession today, as well as events and persons on the cutting edge. As both Cutlip and Schwartz indicate in this new edition, since 1964 the climate for philanthropy has been conditioned by two factors-public policies and public perception. Reduction in federal grants to charities and changes in tax policies have increased the gap between needs and resources. Public perception is also a problem, as the result of rampant scandals. Competition for the philanthropic dollar is keener than ever; but the picture is not all gloomy. Schwartz outlines nine positive trends. Among them is increasing interest in philanthropic studies in many areas of academia, including history, sociology, economics, public policy, behavioral sciences, social work, and American studies. There is also increasing interest overseas, as American approaches to fund raising become an example for other nations.
- Author : United States
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1998
- Genre : Budget
- Pages : 295
- ISBN : PSU:000032137460