Becoming a Product Manager

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This: Becoming Free by Michael Gungor

This: Becoming Free by Michael Gungor
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Overview: Doubt-filled spiritual leader and reluctant Grammy-nominated Christian musician Michael Gungor finally let go of his belief in God as he tried to whittle together a god that he could love. Letting go of the stories that defined his identity and value in the world led Gungor and his family on a wild and painfuljourney through atheism, mysticism, betrayal, loss, medical issues, moving trucks, and thousands of online trolls.
The deconstruction of his faith is one story. The transformation of it is another. As Gungor lets us know, our stories are the seams of illusion that we sew into reality-in order to label this and that. But what you think of as you (or anything else for that matter) is simply movement within the ocean of Being-of THIS. Once you see that is it just a story, you can let go and be free.
THIS is beyond words, category, or distinction. It simply and fully is.
Through personal story, parable, philosophy, physics, and absurdity, Gungor shows us that who we think we are is an illusion, a constriction of reality that creates suffering in our lives. This: Becoming Free is a letter of love, reminding you of who you truly are under those stories of yours.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Faith, Philosophy, Religion, Spirituality –

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Becoming A New Man: The Manual To Manhood by Gerald Davis

Becoming A New Man: The Manual To Manhood by Gerald Davis
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Overview: The question that 90% of men ask themselves is, Who Am I? What’s my purpose? Why is life so complicated? Today’s men are generationally programmed to be emotionally dysfunctional. No matter your profession or financial backing, the foundation to which you stand on is simply your manhood. The world says “Show no emotions man, fight back man, hold your head up man,” and by doing so now you’re a man. What happens after you realize that the manhood you identify yourself as has to lead you astray.

So many of our young men embrace society’s version of manhood or one adopted from their environment. It’s hard modeling your very existence of being a man when you weren’t exposed to any positive men or the proper life models.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Becoming A Helper

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On Becoming A Teen Mom: Life Before …

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Becoming Michelangelo by Alan Pascuzzi

Becoming Michelangelo: Apprenticing to the Master, and Discovering the Artist through His Drawings by Alan Pascuzzi
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Overview: Michelangelo’s developing genius is revealed as never before by the man who became Michelangelo’s last apprentice-an American artist and art historian whose family helped carve Mount Rushmore.

Many believe Michelangelo’s talent was miraculous and untrained, the product of "divine" genius-a myth that Michelangelo himself promoted by way of cementing his legacy. But the young Michelangelo studied his craft like any Renaissance apprentice, learning from a master, copying, and experimenting with materials and styles. In this extraordinary book, Alan Pascuzzi recounts the young Michelangelo’s journey from student to master, using the artist’s drawings to chart his progress and offering unique insight into the true nature of his mastery.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Brent Schlender, Rick Tetzeli – Becoming Steve Jobs

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Becoming the Story by Lindsay Palmer

Becoming the Story: War Correspondents Since 9/11 by Lindsay Palmer
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Overview: The September 11 attacks produced changes in journalism and the lives of the people who practiced it. Foreign reporters felt surrounded by the hate of American colleagues for ‘the enemy.’ Americans in combat areas became literal targets of anti-U.S. sentiment. Behind the lines, editors and bureau chiefs scrambled to reorient priorities while feeling the pressure of sending others into danger. Becoming the Story examines the transformation of war reporting in the decade after 9/11. Lindsay Palmer delves into times when print or television correspondents themselves received intense public scrutiny because of an incident associated with the work of war reporting. Such instances include Daniel Pearl’s kidnapping and murder; Bob Woodruff’s near-fatal injury in Iraq; the expulsions of Maziar Bahari and Nazila Fathi from Iran in 2009; the sexual assault of Lara Logan; and Marie Colvin’s 2012 death in Syria. Merging analysis with in-depth interviews of Woodruff and others, Palmer shows what these events say about how post-9/11 conflicts transformed the day-to-day labor of reporting. But they also illuminate how journalists’ work became entangled with issues ranging from digitization processes to unprecedented hostility from all sides to the political logic of the War on Terror.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Becoming American? by Shipu Wang

Becoming American?: The Art and Identity Crisis of Yasuo Kuniyoshi by Shipu Wang
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Overview: On December 8, 1941, artist Yasuo Kuniyoshi (1889-1953) awoke to find himself branded an "enemy alien" by the U.S. government in the aftermath of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor.

The historical crisis forced Kuniyoshi, an émigré Japanese with a distinguished career in American art, to rethink his pictorial strategies and to confront questions of loyalty, assimilation, national and racial identity that he had carefully avoided in his prewar art. As an immigrant who had proclaimed himself to be as "American as the next fellow," the realization of his now fractured and precarious status catalyzed the development of an emphatic and conscious identity construct that would underlie Kuniyoshi’s art and public image for the remainder of his life.

Drawing on previously unexamined primary sources, Becoming American? is the first scholarly book in over two decades to offer an in-depth and critical analysis of Yasuo Kuniyoshi’s pivotal works, including his "anti-Japan" posters and radio broadcasts for U.S. propaganda, and his coded and increasingly enigmatic paintings, within their historical contexts. Through the prism of an identity crisis, the book examines Kuniyoshi’s imagery and writings as vital means for him to engage, albeit often reluctantly and ambivalently, in discussions about American democracy and ideals at a time when racial and national origins were grounds for mass incarceration and discrimination. It is also among the first scholarly studies to investigate the activities of Americans of Japanese descent outside the internment camps and the intense pressures with which they had to deal in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor.

As an art historical book, Becoming American? foregrounds broader historical debates of what constituted American art, a central preoccupation of Kuniyoshi’s artistic milieu. It illuminates the complicating factors of race, diasporas, and ideology in the construction of an American cultural identity. Timely and provocative, the book historicizes and elucidates the ways in which "minority" artists have been, and continue to be, both championed and marginalized for their cultural and ethnic "difference" within the twentieth-century American art canon.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Becoming Fluent by Richard M. Roberts, Roger J. Kreuz +

Becoming Fluent: How Cognitive Science Can Help Adults Learn a Foreign Language by Richard M. Roberts, Roger J. Kreuz
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Overview: Adults who want to learn a foreign language are often discouraged because they believe they cannot acquire a language as easily as children. Once they begin to learn a language, adults may be further discouraged when they find the methods used to teach children don’t seem to work for them. What is an adult language learner to do? In this book, Richard Roberts and Roger Kreuz draw on insights from psychology and cognitive science to show that adults can master a foreign language if they bring to bear the skills and knowledge they have honed over a lifetime. Adults shouldn’t try to learn as children do; they should learn like adults.

Roberts and Kreuz report evidence that adults can learn new languages even more easily than children. Children appear to have only two advantages over adults in learning a language: they acquire a native accent more easily, and they do not suffer from self-defeating anxiety about learning a language. Adults, on the other hand, have the greater advantages-gained from experience-of an understanding of their own mental processes and knowing how to use language to do things. Adults have an especially advantageous grasp of pragmatics, the social use of language, and Roberts and Kreuz show how to leverage this metalinguistic ability in learning a new language.

Learning a language takes effort. But if adult learners apply the tools acquired over a lifetime, it can be enjoyable and rewarding.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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Thinking Of Becoming A Counsellor?

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Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You…


Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You Want to Be
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Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You…


Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You Want to Be
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Becoming a Yoga Instructor by means of Elizabeth Greenwood

Becoming a Yoga Instructor (Masters at Work) by means of Elizabeth Greenwood
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Overview: The must-have e book for any yogi or yogini who is thinking about taking the next move and turning into a yoga teacher.
Choosing a career starts with imagining your self in a profession. Whether you notice yoga as a facet gig or your lifestyles calling, Becoming a Yoga Instructor is the very best useful resource that will help you work out the right way to get there-and what it’s going to reallybe like while you do.
Journalist Elizabeth Greenwood has been practising yoga for over two decades. Now, she takes you alongside as she research with academics around the nation to determine how those men and women rose to the highest in their profession-and how they keep there. In those pages, you’ll be able to take a non-public lesson with Abbie Galvin, a rock famous person teacher whom different yoga academics fly world wide to be informed from. You’ll discuss with a small industry proprietor as she opens up her first actual studio, and meet beginners hustling as they work out how to stand proud of the contest, whether or not by means of main yoga retreats to Costa Rica, serving to veterans suffering with PTSD, or educating categories over YouTube.
Bursting with inside of details about the yoga business, and the religious, bodily, and mental advantages that day-to-day apply can convey in your lifestyles, Becoming a Yoga Instructor is an ideal digital internship for any individual considering turning their love of yoga right into a profession.
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