Author: Howard Hendricks
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
All of us yearn to be creative, but few of us feel we truly are. In this fun-to-read, energy-packed guide to stimulating our ingenuity, Hendricks proposes a nine-step process for unleashing an exciting spark of creativity and innovation in our lives, including creative approaches to problem solving such as mind-mapping, storyboarding, brainstorming, and five-sensing. With dynamic examples and proven concepts, Hendricks helps us to identify roadblocks that may keep us from being creative in our lives and ministries, and helps to unleash our creative potential.
Mentoring Women into School Leadership
Author: Mary E. Gardiner,Ernestine Enomoto,Margaret Grogan
Publisher: SUNY Press
Presents new practices and ideas for mentoring women for school leadership positions.
Be Who You Are, Do What You Love, and Let Your Inner Weirdo Shine!
Author: Pia Edberg
Publisher: Less of the Excess Media
Has anyone ever told you that you're a little weird? Well, from now on, you can take that as a big, fat compliment! If society imposed the same laundry list on everybody, this would be one boring planet. Why not check off your own boxes and color outside the lines? This practical and thought-provoking book is for anyone who has ever felt held back by judgmental attitudes and longs to unleash the wonderful weirdo waiting within! From #1 bestselling author of The Cozy Life, Pia Edberg has spent over fifteen years studying personal development - backed by a psychology degree, numerous certifications in the personal development fields and over ten-years working in career development for the film, animation and tech industries. She has helped many passionate, creative, and out-of-the-box thinkers like you fearlessly pursue their dreams. Color Outside the Lines will inspire you to drop any meaningless restrictions in your life so your inner weirdo can come out to play! You will learn: Exercises to help you rediscover your passions and purpose so you can build your dream life Tools to help you banish stress, anxiety, and depression caused by being someone you're not How to love yourself unconditionally and finally stop caring about what people think Practical tips for goal-setting and career building so you can break away from the endless rat race How the world's most influential people were weirdos and accomplished great things too! No more struggling to fit in. This book will help you lose your fears and live an authentic life on your own terms. You will be reinforced with the knowledge of how unique and awesome you are and the gifts you have to share with the world!
Where Masterpieces Are Created
Author: Christine Bowen
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Coloring Outside The Lines is a journey of self-exploration. An explorer seeks to uncover the wisdom that is hidden in a treasure chest of truth within the heart. Coloring outside the lines is not for the faint of heart. So be an explorer. Be more than a conqueror. The purpose of this book is to encourage the reader to look at the world up close. If we could strive to understand the pain, suffering, joy, and sadness as they exist within the spectrum of good and evil, then we have taken the first steps to the healing of mankind. To color outside the lines, we must shine in the possibilities that lay above the surface, within the deep, and in the life that exists all around us. Those who color outside the lines gain clarity through a vision that grows into its potential. They seek to understand all the things of life and the world they live in. A master artist is one who colors their life with strokes of creativity, veracity, knowledge, courage, strength, hope, and most of all love. Color outside the lines. It's where masterpieces are created. Your masterpiece will inspire the world because it is a representation of you, and you are a beautiful soul.
Raising A Smarter Kid by Breaking All the Rules
Author: Roger Schank
Category: Family & Relationships
"I am writing this book because I am horrified by what schools are doing to children." So begins this controversial and enlightened book by Roger Schank, a world-renowned expert on learning who believes that every day of the school year our children are being failed by an academic system that does nothing to stir a lifelong passion for learning. In this lively, sometimes alarming book, Schank shatters the myths about how children learn and offers candid advice for parents who want to raise kids with gumption, ambition, creativity, inquisitiveness, and analytic and verbal proficiency--the six traits of practical intelligence that kids need, not simply to get good grades and citizenship awards, but to succeed in life. Known for his provocative and trendsetting views on education, Schank, who is also a parent, bases his approach on decades of cutting-edge research. Fueled with day-to-day examples from the lives of his own children, Schank explains that being smart does not necessarily mean getting straight A's. It means speaking convincingly and eloquently; it means being able to think on your feet; it means creating original ideas that push the boundaries; it means being able to size up situations and come to logical conclusions; it means being curious, being able to set meaningful goals, being willing to risk failure; and it means feeling free and confident enough to color outside the lines. Since schools are not nurturing these skills--in fact, they work against most of them--proactive parents who care about the intellectual development of their kids and want to guide them toward a bright future have to take action. Amid all the talk about getting back to basics and the need for testing and accountability, Schank's irreverent voice is refreshing and inspiring. See the world through the eyes of your child, he says. Stand up for your daughter and don't always assume the teacher is right. Don't badger your son into spending long hours struggling over his math homework if he hates math. Put things into perspective. You want a kid who does well in life, finds his true passions, is willing to innovate and take risks. Scoring high on the SATs doesn't guarantee a bright future if there is no love of learning. As this wonderful book reveals, these goals may not be the measure by which schools judge success, but for a parent they are--or should be--the most meaningful report card of all.
Author: Daniel Pelletier
Publisher: WestBow Press
With titles like Jesus Is Not Running a Carnival, Things God Wouldnt Say, Cloning the Savior?, On a Train Bound for Nowhere, Re-Examining Maslow, Not On Public Land, and forty-four more discussions, these pieces are sure to engage and sometimes amuse the reader while fortifying a faith based upon Gods Word.
Author: Annette Roeder
Engl. Übers.: Colouring book Paul Klee.
Author: Angela Walden
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A healthy dose of backbone for my Daughter & Son. Lessons that I wish I had learned as a child. Uplifting, Encouraging, Motivating lessons to foster trust & confidence.
Business Thoughts on Creativity, Marketing and Sales
Author: Jeff Tobe
Category: Business & Economics
Author: Christine Bowen
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Are you brave enough to color your life true? If so, then join me with the Coloring Outside The Lines Workbook. Here you will discover your potential as you explore your strengths and weaknesses. A seed needs water and sunshine to grow. So it is true with mankind. This workbook is intended to help you grow as an individual, both physically and spiritually. As you color your perspective of the world, each page of this workbook, along with the accompanying Coloring Outside the Lines book, will challenge you to see life through different eyes and with a vision beyond our understanding. The power is in you. It's time to color your life.
Author: Christiane Weidemann,Doris Kutschbach
An Artists' Colouring Book for Giant Imaginations
Author: Souris Hong-Porretta
Publisher: Perigee Books
"Features the work of Keith Haring, Shepard Fairey, AIKO, and more than 100 other contemporary artists" -- cover.
For Those Who Color Outside the Lines
Author: Sylvia Massy
(Book). Shooting pianos, miking chickens, recording bass (guitar, that is) on a submarine. These are some of the unusual recording techniques examined in the book, Recording Unhinged: Creative and Unconventional Music Recording Techniques . Because we all like to "draw outside the lines," this collection of Sylvia Massy's original illustrations from the book is a great way to whet your appetite for some real adventurous recording. Add your own color and excite your imagination! Since we're all about getting a little unhinged, you might want to make it fun. Try coloring with strange materials while you're at it. Toe-nail polish and highlighter pens. Lipstick and blush. Spilled coffee. You figure it out. Enjoy! And one last tip: you'll find a few special illustrations here that aren't in Recording Unhinged: Creative and Unconventional Music Recording Techniques , including one that if you fold it a certain way (look for the arrows), Neil Peart will turn into the drummer from the Stray Cats, Slim Jim Phantom!
Author: Annette Roeder
Ein Sesam-öffne-dich für die Schätze der islamischen Kunst: Schrift, Buchmalerei, Kunsthandwerk und Architektur. Die Bilder zum Aus- und Weitermalen sind so abwechslungsreich wie die Entwicklung orientalischer Kunstwerke seit dem 7. Jahrhundert. (Quelle: Homepage des Verlags).
Die Geschichte der HeLa-Zellen
Author: Rebecca Skloot
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Dieses Buch betrifft uns alle Sie waren notwendig, um Fortschritte gegen Krebs und AIDS zu erzielen. Klonen und Genforschung wäre ohne sie nicht möglich gewesen. Kurz: Die größten Erfolge der Medizin der letzten Jahrzehnte basieren auf der Entdeckung der HeLa-Zellen. Hinter dem Kürzel verbirgt sich eine Frau namens Henrietta Lacks. Die Afroamerikanerin aus ärmlichen Verhältnissen starb 1951 jung an Gebärmutterhalskrebs. Zuvor wurden ihr ohne ihr Wissen Zellproben entnommen, die sich überraschenderweise vermehrten. Damit war der entscheidende Durchbruch in der Zellkulturforschung geschafft. Die prämierte Wissenschaftsjournalistin Rebecca Skloot stellt in ihrem brillant verfassten Buch wichtige Jahrzehnte der Medizingeschichte vor und wirft dabei immer wieder ethische Fragen auf. Sie erzählt die tragische Familiengeschichte der Lacks’, die von Rassismus und mangelnden Bildungschancen geprägt ist. Ihr Buch ist eine gekonnte Mischung aus Biografie, Medizingeschichte, Debattenbuch und beachtlichem Enthüllungsjournalismus.