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Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is the front-running candidate for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination in 2008, as well as being up for re-election as Senator from New York in 2006.This brief political tract both explores the political history and ideology of Mrs. Clinton since her college years at Wellesley and Yale, through her Arkansas and White House years, and now her "repositioning" prior to two election campaigns in the next four years.Un there is a massive shift in the way the mainstream media have covered her actions and views in the past, this small book -- both highly entertaining and informative -- will serve as a necessary balancing source for Americans interested in a complete portrait of a potential future President of the United States.
The work of Charles Bird King, George Catlin, and Karl Bodmer looms large in the field of history, ethnology, and anthropology. No serious study of American Indian people can be undertaken without reference to it, and yet the names of these three men are largely unknown to the general public. Although King, Catlin, and Bodmer worked independently of one another, they were united in a singular vision: all were dedicated to preserving the various cultures of American Indian people through their artwork and writings. Native Americans: A Portrait presents for the first time in one volume a major selection of the original drawings, paintings, and lithographs by these three artists. More than 300 striking full-color reproductions take the reader to the American frontier to experience Indians in their original environment - performing religious ceremonies, hunting buffalo, engaging in bloody battles, and simply living their lives. Also included are dozens of magnificent portraits of the most prominent Indian leaders of the day. The accompanying text by noted scholar Robert J. Moore, Jr., describes the powerful political currents of the 1830s that led to the forced removal of the Indian tribes, while original quotes from the artists themselves offer invaluable insights into nineteenth-century white American culture.
Light supper salads, hearty crowd pleasers, soul-satisfying cold-weather meals, elegant dishes for fine entertaining - all are here in this best-of-the-best pasta recipe collection from "Southern Living" magazine. Easy to prepare and irresistably delicious, these no-fail recipes are sure-fire winners for pasta lovers of all ages.
After a lifetime of rebelling against her controlling mother and over-protective werewolf family in general, Anna is shocked to find herself falling for a man her mother might actually approve of. Well, if only he wasn’t a human. And the fact that he has a weird genetic problem that could kill him if she “accidentally” bites him doesn’t help matters. Ericson knows with his shady past, he should lay low. After his brother was murdered, he’d vowed not to put anyone else he loved in danger. Despite his best intentions, Anna Colbert somehow gets under his skin. Apparently with a woman like Anna, resistance is futile. This third book in the Dancing With Werewolves series is perfect for fans of Dakota Cassidy's Wolf Mates series. Sexy, hilarious, and emotionally satisfying, BIG GIRLS DON'T BITE is a book that’ll make you HOL (Howl Out Loud). BIG GIRLS DON'T BITE follows FIRST BITE IS THE DEEPEST in the DANCES WITH WEREWOLVES series. These steamy tales of werewolves in love will have you howling with laughter even as you wonder about whether there really are werewolves living amongst us… *contains graphic sex scenes not suitable for readers under 18 years of age.
The 'The Art of Sales Management' is about the art of being a successful sales manager, and guiding the most talented people in an economy. The Art of Sales Management ons imparted in this book consist of ons learned over four decades in the field of salesmanship and sales management by the author. The book is designed to be both a philosophical and practical text on the subject.
Sales Management refers to the managing of a team of salespeople, and building them into a 'team' rather than having them merely function as a 'group'. Teams work together as a cohesive unit, and 'groups' tend to be a collection of individuals working independently, often going in different directions. This book seeks to engage the sales manager in the excitement of building any group of salespeople into a cohesive unit or team; brand new or long established. A selection of the important information covered in this book is: • How to conduct successful sales meetings, and get results. • How to train new salespeople. • How to train a group and make them into a team. • How to build a seasoned core of salespeople. • How to make the entire sales activity into a game played by a team. • How to resolve conflicts and commission disputes. • How a manager should function with salespeople individually vs groups. • Fifty Golden sales management ons learned over four decades. • ons from the Art of War by Sun Tzu for a sales manager to use. • How to develop and follow a long range plan and unexpected changes. • Creating organizational systems and efficiency in a sales office. • What are good bonus systems, and which ones should be avoided? • How to guide the group with a common purpose, and leadership.
• How to get a sales team into a magical rhythm of consistent production. This book was written to be a lighthearted look at some of the daily ons a sales manager learns, and at the same time offer insight into how to break a salesperson out of their personal comfort zone, and reach new personal heights of success.
The book is also interwoven with comparisons to the activity of sports, as well as the ons learned about the warmth and spiritual nature of life itself when working to bring out the talents in those you lead. Here is a brief excerpt from the introduction of this book which best describes the magic within its pages. "I call these ons ‘learned on the fly’ because the knowledge gained from the experiences connected with them were very much akin to the spirit of the outfielder in baseball running backward at full speed, looking towards the heavens, trying to not lose sight of the ball or fail to notice the sensation of gravel from the warning track under his feet as he knowingly approaches a solid wall. His focused intention guides him into trying to make the catch to save the game for his team, his city and the harmony of his own moment. Decisions in these situations are made in an instant. One weighs the purpose of the game, the success of the catch and one’s own safety of survival in a fleeting moment, and in all hopes one lives to tell about it in the glow of great success. Similar factors are in play when one is in the heat of managing others, factoring all the elements, and trying to not lose sight of the greater good, when making hard decisions for the company, the other players, the individual plays in the game and you. Such is the art of sales management." Finally, this book is not only about sales management, it is about leadership, teamwork and making each experience in life into a 'moment', and learning the ons from those experiences and moments and thus becoming even better at what you do. It is about creating and experiencing the game of sales as it was meant to be played.