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Napoleon on Project Management: Timeless Lessons in Planning, Execution, and Leadership

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Napoleon on Project Management: Timeless Lessons in Planning, Execution, and Leadership by Jerry Manas
English | 2006 | ISBN: 078521285X | 288 pages | EPUB | 0,3 MB

Napoleon on Project Management: Timeless Lessons in Planning, Execution, and Leadership
What is it about Napoleon Bonaparte that has led recognized leaders such as General George S. Patton to study his principles-and countless books on management and leadership to quote his maxims? What lessons can today's project managers and leaders learn from Napoleon's successes and failures?

Napoleon on Project Management explores the key principles behind Napoleon's successes, the triggers that led to his downfall, and the lessons to be learned from his ultimate demise-and applies these lessons to modern-day project management and leadership at all levels.
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Agreement Restrictions in Persian

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Anousha Sedighi, "Agreement Restrictions in Persian"
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press | ISBN: 9087280939 | 2011 | PDF | 224 pages | 5.8 MB

Agreement Restrictions in Persian
Agreement Restrictions in Persian is the first comprehensive attempt to tackle the issue of verbal agreement in Persian from a cross-linguistic point of view. Persian is a field of research within theoretical linguistics that is yet to be sufficiently explored. This book adopts Chomsky's Minimalist Program which is at the forefront of recent theories of formal syntax, and applies it to the Persian language. Although it is commonly believed that in Persian the verb agrees with the subject, several constructions seem to constrain this obligatory rule.
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The Christopher Parkening Guitar Method – Volume 2: Guitar Technique by Christopher Parkening

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The Christopher Parkening Guitar Method – Volume 2: Guitar Technique by Christopher Parkening
English | Jan 1, 1998 | ISBN: 079358521X | 136 Pages | PDF | 58,3 MB

The Christopher Parkening Guitar Method – Volume 2: Guitar Technique by Christopher Parkening
(Guitar Method). An outstanding source for the technique and repertoire of the classical guitar, this book continues where Vol. 1 leaves off. It teaches: all notes in the upper position; tone production; advanced techniques such as tremolo, harmonics, vibrato, pizzicato and slurs; practice tips; stylistic interpretation; and more. The first half of the book deals primarily with technique, while the second half of the book applies the technique with repertoire pieces. As a special bonus, this book includes 32 previously unpublished Parkening edition pieces by composers including Dowland, Bach, Scarlatti, Sor, Tarrega and others, plus three guitar duets

I've been slowly working my way through this volume while concurrently taking CG lessons from a local professional guitarist. I don't know how anyone can really learn proper technique through a book without expert guidance. However, as an adjunct this text provides a charming and playable selection of intermediate level pieces, some helpful advice and encouragement.

Many jewels are scattered throughout the first part of the text which presents technique. Carol of the Bells, Sakura, Scarborough Faire, Bianco Fiore, name just a few. The Repertory constitutes the second half of the text and spans the Renaissance (Dowland, Milan, Johnson ), Baroque (Bach, Sanz, D. Scarlatti ), Classical (Carcassi, Sor, Mozart ) and Romantic (Taregga ) eras.

I've always wanted to play Dowland's "My Lady Hunsdon's Puffe (Almand)". Parkening's version complete with hammer-ons and pull-offs has given me hope that I might one day play this at tempo.

"The aim and final end of all music should be none other that the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul."
J.S. Bach

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The Christopher Parkening Guitar Method – Volume 2: Guitar Technique by Christopher Parkening

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English | Jan 1, 1998 | ISBN: 079358521X | 136 Pages | PDF | 58,3 MB

The Christopher Parkening Guitar Method – Volume 2: Guitar Technique by Christopher Parkening
(Guitar Method). An outstanding source for the technique and repertoire of the classical guitar, this book continues where Vol. 1 leaves off. It teaches: all notes in the upper position; tone production; advanced techniques such as tremolo, harmonics, vibrato, pizzicato and slurs; practice tips; stylistic interpretation; and more. The first half of the book deals primarily with technique, while the second half of the book applies the technique with repertoire pieces. As a special bonus, this book includes 32 previously unpublished Parkening edition pieces by composers including Dowland, Bach, Scarlatti, Sor, Tarrega and others, plus three guitar duets

I've been slowly working my way through this volume while concurrently taking CG lessons from a local professional guitarist. I don't know how anyone can really learn proper technique through a book without expert guidance. However, as an adjunct this text provides a charming and playable selection of intermediate level pieces, some helpful advice and encouragement.

Many jewels are scattered throughout the first part of the text which presents technique. Carol of the Bells, Sakura, Scarborough Faire, Bianco Fiore, name just a few. The Repertory constitutes the second half of the text and spans the Renaissance (Dowland, Milan, Johnson ), Baroque (Bach, Sanz, D. Scarlatti ), Classical (Carcassi, Sor, Mozart ) and Romantic (Taregga ) eras.

I've always wanted to play Dowland's "My Lady Hunsdon's Puffe (Almand)". Parkening's version complete with hammer-ons and pull-offs has given me hope that I might one day play this at tempo.

"The aim and final end of all music should be none other that the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul."
J.S. Bach

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The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier (Stanford Economics and Finance)

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The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier (Stanford Economics and Finance) By Terry L. Anderson, Peter J. Hill
2004 | 280 Pages | ISBN: 0804748543 | PDF | 5 MB

The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier (Stanford Economics and Finance)
Mention of the American West usually evokes images of rough and tumble cowboys, ranchers, and outlaws. In contrast, The Not So Wild, Wild West casts America's frontier history in a new framework that emphasizes the creation of institutions, both formal and informal, that facilitated cooperation rather than conflict. Rather than describing the frontier as a place where heroes met villains, this book argues that everyday people helped carve out legal institutions that tamed the West. The authors emphasize that ownership of resources evolves as those resources become valuable or as establishing property rights becomes less costly. Rules evolving at the local level will be effective because local people have a greater stake in the outcome. This theory is brought to life in the colorful history of Indians, fur trappers, buffalo hunters, cattle drovers, homesteaders, and miners. The book concludes with a chapter that takes lessons from the American frontier and applies them to our "frontiers" – the environment, developing countries, and space exploration.
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The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier (Stanford Economics and Finance)

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2004 | 280 Pages | ISBN: 0804748543 | PDF | 5 MB

The Not So Wild, Wild West: Property Rights on the Frontier (Stanford Economics and Finance)
Mention of the American West usually evokes images of rough and tumble cowboys, ranchers, and outlaws. In contrast, The Not So Wild, Wild West casts America's frontier history in a new framework that emphasizes the creation of institutions, both formal and informal, that facilitated cooperation rather than conflict. Rather than describing the frontier as a place where heroes met villains, this book argues that everyday people helped carve out legal institutions that tamed the West. The authors emphasize that ownership of resources evolves as those resources become valuable or as establishing property rights becomes less costly. Rules evolving at the local level will be effective because local people have a greater stake in the outcome. This theory is brought to life in the colorful history of Indians, fur trappers, buffalo hunters, cattle drovers, homesteaders, and miners. The book concludes with a chapter that takes lessons from the American frontier and applies them to our "frontiers" – the environment, developing countries, and space exploration.
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The Scribbler’s Guide to the Land of Myth: Mythic Motifs for Storytellers

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Sarah Beach, "The Scribbler's Guide to the Land of Myth: Mythic Motifs for Storytellers"
2008 | ISBN-10: 1419697072 | 444 pages | EPUB, MOBI | 1,5 MB

The Scribbler’s Guide to the Land of Myth: Mythic Motifs for Storytellers
Are you a writer hoping to deepen the mythic impact of your story? Do you feel that your Hero's Journey has drifted off the track? The Scribbler's Guide to the Land of Myth is the book that will help you enrich the mythic power of your story. A detailed explanation of the variations in the Hero's Journey, an expanded list of character archetypes, and discussions of the symbolic meanings of time, seasons, weather and landscape, all make this book a useful reference for all writers. Author Sarah Beach applies her background in literary scholarship to the subject of mythic symbolism in stories, and provides an accessible and lively guide to the true nature of mythic resonance in storytelling. Using examples from film and television, she shows timeless mythic patterns at work in ways any writer can grasp. Organized on the model of tour books, The Scribbler's Guide to the Land of Myth will help writers navigate their story through the symbolic possibilities.
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