Navigating Crises is well I crafted storytelling and flowery presentation of critical issues such that they fall lightly on the soul without crashing the heart. It is a spirited commitment to helping individuals of all ages in navigating crises. It comprises of a blend of the familiar and not so obvious. Whether in a crisis now, in post-crisis stage or even not in one, it has provisions for each ; and most essentially it helps in the avoidance of falling into one. Also , it has a high retention factor, well engraved in the language employed. The book is hope-filled breather similar to the opening of shutters to let in rays of sunshine after dusk. It is also an easy fast read in the number of pages, chapters, and bulleted points for quick assimilation with a problem to solution structure. It has nine chapters each treating a different component. The scope of crises covered includes relational, health, career, economic, age-related, gender-related, institutional and regional challenges with control and prevention measures, and backing examples. It is full of prodding to the reader that there are simply three steps involved. Rising is half the journey. Moving on is the next - it is a process Abd a sequential natural dropping of heavy burdens on one's shoulders having with it the promise of coming in contact with the sudden appearance of an elevator an a normal stairway. Finally , it shows the arrival at the desired destination.
This is about creating and maintaining a positive mindset by seeing beyond your immediate circumstances and surroundings. Life presents us with many challenges that sometimes seem to derail our course. Many people give up and fall out due to the inability to hold on to hope with a focused mindset. Great opportunities abound but it takes the focused and determined mind to see beyond the horizon.
From Nigeria To Dubai In 30 Days is a book that reveals how to travel , work and successfully live in United Arab Emirates, UAE . It is spiced with my personal experience , I lived and worked in UAE .
The book is a collection of essays about the transformation of America, which has turned from a united nation to one more divided than ever. Some pundits predict that, if things don’t change, another civil war could occur. Have we reached a point of no return? Hopefully, America is mature enough to learn from its mistakes and avoid further scars along its evolving history. “Tiberiu Dianu is a specialist in law, politics, and post-communist societies… His latest book, entitled Trumplandia, is a welcome addition toward understanding current events, Washington’s international policy, and the present American society; a society polarized and divided as it has not been since the Civil War… Mr. Dianu makes in-depth assessments of important events in today’s America and achieves not only fine descriptions, but as an expert in the field, proves to have a “gut feeling” for them. For example, the author understands, and at the same time feels, the meaning of rising patriotism and nationalism as a shield against the not yet fully understood impact of globalization.” NICHOLAS DIMA, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor and Research Associate, Nelson Institute, James Madison University, Virginia “For someone seeking to understand the rise of populist nationalism in the United States through its avatar, Donald Trump, one need look no further than Tiberiu Dianu’s book, Trumplandia. … Indeed, Trumplandia should be a welcome addition to any scholar, student or layman’s library, especially in its international edition. If anyone loses sleep over its challenging assertions, then it will have been well worth it.” ERNESTO MORALES HIZON, Ph.D. Candidate and former Fellow in American and Comparative Politics at Claremont Graduate University, LL.M. in International Legal Studies and former Fellow at American University, Washington, DC and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University, Fellow at Augsburg University; Member, Integrated Bar of the Philippines ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Tiberiu Dianu has practiced law in Romania (as a corporate lawyer, judge, senior counselor at the Ministry of Justice, university professor and senior legal researcher), and in the United States (as a legal expert for the judiciary). He published several books and a host of articles in law, politics, and post-communist societies. Tiberiu currently lives and works in Washington, DC.
Once Upon A Mother is a personal perspective on the transition to motherhood. I write about things that I wish I could have read or heard years ago before stepping into my new role as a mother to two beautiful kids. For mothers-to-be, I wish you find this book very enlightening. I hope it gives you a more realistic and balanced view of this biggest gamble called motherhood. For new mothers, first I hope reading my experiences will make you laugh. This motherhood business is enormously frustrating and challenging, but the best thing we can do is to have a sense of humour about it. Second, I hope you can connect and relate to my experiences, and perhaps draw some strength and consolation. You’re not alone in this wild ride. We are in this together.
We all have different ideas of what we think greatness is. This book is designed to bring you in tune with the reality of what greatness truly feels like and shows you how to connect with your true reality. As individuals, entrepreneurs, and leaders on a quest. Greatness is not a destination, greatness is a journey, and the account of significant experiences that took you from where you were to where you have reached and where you plan to go.
This book is the first ever insider story of the boko haram terrorist group as told by a former member of the dreaded group who has met almost all the important people calling the shots in the group. Abdulwaheed Ibrahim Nazifi, real name Benedict, was a christian from Akwa Ibom state who was kidnapped in 2012 by members of the group when he was almost rounding off his studies at University of Maiduguri as an Electrical and electronics engineering student. He worked for them for nearly two years before escaping to DIffa in Niger Republic and eventually Cameroon where he now lives but not after watching hos entire family killed right in front of him. It's a story you can't afford to miss. Grab a copy NOW!!!
This book gives a comprehensive details on how to earn money through writing, are you worried and tired of your job grab this book and acquire your writing skills and earn your money through it.
Making Your Marriage Work And Even Better! is a Christian non-fiction literature that emphasizes key marriage principles from God’s Holy Word that will give you an assured edge in your marriage. It is for singles and married couples. Are you struggling in your marriage? Are you having difficulties with your partner? Or maybe you are planning to get married soon. If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then this book is a must-read for you as it has the answers to your questions and a whole lot more! Your Marriage will work, and even Better!!!
Who would have thought preparations for a March 2014 Sacred Libation Ceremony honoring one-hundred forty-eight African American women lynched in America would result in the observation melanin is worth more than gold? Dr. Welsing first told us the chemical melanin is produced through a process known as melanogenesis upon introduction of the chemical tyrosine to the enzyme tyrosinase. Melanin is found in such diverse places as bird feathers, animal fur, reptile scales, microorganisms, cephalopod ink, mushrooms and even fossils. Additionally, melanin is found in the hair, skin and eyes of people. Melanin is subjected to intense scientific scrutiny. Nevertheless, the highly educated people studying it had no idea melanin is worth more than gold. Melanin is presently worth over $395 a gram more than gold. In ancient Kemet (misnomered Egypt) such words were known as hekau or words of power with the ability to heal. Melanin puts the "B" in R.B.G. and the "Black" in Red, Black and Green as the flag of Africans, at home and abroad, for nearly one-hundred years since August 13, 1920.