How To Raise Strong & Healthy Chickens: Quick Start Guide (How To eBooks Book 45) by HTeBooks

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With the current economic times coupled with the increasing number of diet related health problems, the best you can do is to have your own supply of your favorite foods. Whether it is growing fruits and veggies or raising some animals like poultry, you will definitely be a lot better placed than counting on the GMO chicken that you buy from the local meat market.
If you are thinking that it is impossible to rear chicken even in the tiniest of places, then think again. Rearing chicken is a lot easier than you have been thinking if you’ve never tried it. If you don’t know what to do, then this book will offer all the help you need. It will help you to decide whether to keep layers or broilers, prepare the chicken coop, bring the chicks home, feed them and protect them from environmental hazards and diseases and feed them until they are fully grown and ready to lay eggs or ready for slaughter.
It doesn’t matter which stage you are in rearing chicken. Whether you are just contemplating about buying the chicks or are thinking of how to deal with the diseases that affect the chicken in their growth phase, you will find this book helpful.

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Preparing a Home For Your ChicksHousing: The Chicken Coop & Chicken RunFeeding Ideals For Strong And Healthy Layers: Ideals On What, How And When To Feed Your Chicken At Different Ages And Stages As Well As What Their Feed EntailsFeeding Ideals For Strong And Healthy Broilers: Ideals On What, How And When To Feed Your Chicken At Different Ages And Stages As Well As What Their Feed EntailsSafety & Health: Focus On The Most Common Yet Lethal Of Illnesses, Their Symptoms, Prevention And Their TreatmentAnd Much, Much More!

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How to Negotiate Salary: An Essential Guide to Negotiating Salary with Confidence and Ease by Brent Ashton

If you are hesitant about discussing salary, or reluctant to ask for higher pay, then this book is for you!
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The economic crash of 2008 created the single most fearful atmosphere in professional environments within the last half century or so. Job security became a meaningless term, and personal worth became a joke in recruiting circles. While you may or may not have been part of this wave of desperate employees hanging on by a string, the fact is that companies continue to sign on skilled personnel for far less than they are actually willing to pay. Moreover, there are legions of employees who stick with a company through thick and thin, valuing their own loyalty to the firm far above any acclaim or compensation which competitors could offer — only to never see that same loyalty rewarded, nor their contributions fully acknowledged. What started off as a passionate drive to do one’s best (assuming the money would follow) often ends with someone’s hard work getting exploited while they’re receiving a salary far below what it could have been, had they only been comfortable enough discussing salary and insisting on higher pay. Negotiating salary remains one of the most awkward processes in the entire work force system — often resulting in people meekly accepting what they’re offered, rather than what they’re owed. And that’s the reason for this book. While giving your all to your job is indeed admirable, use the words of wisdom in this book to finally help you get the salary you’re truly owed for that dedication.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…Is Salary Just a Made-up Number?Understanding the Value of OptionsPreparing Yourself Before the NegotiationIdentifying the Magic NumberSetting the Stage Ahead of TimePowering Up Your Confidence Minutes BeforeBeing Assertive During NegotiationsFormalizing the OfferMuch, much more!Download your copy today!

Author: Brent Ashton

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Global Business Strategy: Multinational Corporations Venturing into Emerging Markets (Springer Texts in Business and Economics) by Kazuyuki Motohashi

This book presents theories and case studies for corporations in developed nations, including Japan, for designing strategies to maximize opportunities and minimize threats in business expansion into developing nations. The case studies featured here focus on Asia, including China and India,  and use examples of Japanese manufacturers. Five case studies are provided, including Hitachi Construction Machinery and Shiseido in China and Maruti Suzuki in India. These cases facilitate the reader’s understanding of the business environments in emerging economies. This volume is especially recommended for business people responsible for  international business development, particularly in China and India. In addition, the book serves as a useful resource for students in graduate-level courses in international management.

Author: Kazuyuki Motohashi

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Daily Habits: 6 Manuscripts: Learn How To Become More Productive And Maximize Your Day (Time Management Skills, Getting Things Done, Stop Procrastination, Organization, Successful People Book 1) by Rick Riley

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Book 1: Time Management for Busy People: 50 Simple Steps To Wake Up Early, Increase Productivity And Get Things Done In Less Time

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

How to Start Early in Order to Get it All DoneHaving Goals and Routines to Save TimeComing Up with a System to Accomplish Regular Tasks FasterHow to Properly Structure Your Time for Maximum ProductivityHelpful Ways to Get More Done in Less TimeComing Up with Methods to Make Your Chores EasierFinding a Routine and Sticking to ItMuch, much more!

Book 2: Goal Setting For Busy People: 40 Simple Steps to Achieve Your Goals, Stay Motivated and Make It Happen

In This Book You Will Learn…

How to Set Effective and Achievable GoalsFinding Ways to Act Upon Your GoalsKeeping Motivated When Things Don’t Seem to be Going Your WayKnowing When to Act and When to Remain PatientThe Importance of Having a Solid Support SystemHow to Build Upon Your GoalsMaking Your Dreams HappenMuch, much more!

Book 3: Organizing Your Day: 40 Time Management Hacks To Be More Productive, Maximize Your Day And Get More Done In Less Time

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How to Plan Your Daily TasksTips for Accomplishing Household ChoresTips for Getting Traveling Errands AccomplishedTips for Planning Your DayHow to Plan for the UnplannedThe Importance of Making Time for YouChanging Your Habits for GoodMuch, much more!

Book 4: Habit Stacking For Time Management: 50 Simple Steps To Be More Productive, End Procrastination And Get More Done In Less Time

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How Does Habit Stacking Work?The Trick to Ending ProcrastinationHow to Get More Done in Less TimeLearning About Time ManagementHelpful Habits to Boost ProductivityWhat Makes a Person Productive?Some Final Notes on ProductivityMuch, much more!

Book 5: Maximize Your Day: 40 Quick Ways To Increase Productivity In Your Daily Routine, Get Things Done In Less Time And Be Successful

Inside You Will Learn…

Knowing What Your Daily Routine Looks Like Right NowFinding Ways to Get More Accomplished in Your DayHow to Streamline Your Routine for Maximum ResultsFinding Areas to Improve Your RoutineLearning to Make Changes in Your RoutineAllowing for the UnknownThe Trick to Using Routine to Your AdvantageMuch, much more!

Book 6: Time Management for Busy People: 50 Simple Steps To Wake Up Early, Increase Productivity And Get Things Done In Less Time

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

How to Start Early in Order to Get it All DoneHaving Goals and Routines to Save TimeComing Up with a System to Accomplish Regular Tasks FasterHow to Properly Structure Your Time for Maximum ProductivityHelpful Ways to Get More Done in Less TimeComing Up with Methods to Make Your Chores EasierFinding a Routine and Sticking to ItMuch, much more!

Author: Rick Riley

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Cleaning And Organization: 6 Manuscripts: Learn How Get Organized And Clean Your Home Fast (Cleaning Tips, DIY Hacks, Organization Strategies, Simple Living, How To Clean Fast Book 1) by Kathy Stanton

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Book 1: Organizing Your Home And Loving It: 50 Proven Steps To Clear Your Clutter, Organize Your Home And Get Your House Clean In 5 Days

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Day 1: How to Organize the BedroomDay 2: How to Organize the BathroomDay 3: How to Organize the KitchenDay 4: How to Organize the Living RoomDay 5: How to Organize the Family RoomThe Secret to Keeping it CleanOther Tips to Keep Your Home Clean and OrganizedMuch, much more!

Book 2: Tidying Up And Loving It: 50 Proven Methods To Get Organized, Declutter Your Home And Simplify Your Space

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Methods for Tidying Up in the Living RoomMethods for Tidying Up in the KitchenMethods for Tidying Up in the BathroomMethods for Tidying Up in the BedroomMethods for Tidying Up in the GarageMethods for Tidying Up in the YardGetting Tidy and Staying TidyMuch, much more!

Book 3: Tiny House Living And Loving It: 50 Creative Ways To Maximize Your Small Living Space, Declutter And Get Organized

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Separating the Trash From the TreasuresDeclutteringHow to Get OrganizedHow to Arrange Your FurnitureHow to Use the Space You Have!Helpful HintsMaking it Happen!Much, much more!

Book 4: Simplifying Your Home And Loving It: 50 Simple Steps To Get Organized, Create A Clean Environment And Reduce Stress In 5 Days

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How to Get Rid of the Clutter Once and for AllHow to Clean and Organize Your Living SpaceThe Trick to Organizing Your Personal SpaceStep by Step Instructions How to Clean Your Yard and GarageHow to Make the Most Out of that Storage Space!What is the Secret to Making Changes to Simplify Your Home?Learn Exactly how to Allow Your Positive Changes to ContinueMuch, much more!

Book 5: Living A Clutter Free Life And Loving It: 50 Proven Steps To Live An Organized Life, Clear Your Mind And Become Stress Free

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How to Get Organized at HomeHow to Remove the Clutter From Your ScheduleRemoving the Clutter From Your WorkspaceHow to Remove the Clutter From Your BillsThe Secret to Removing Mental ClutterRemoving the Clutter From the Rest of Your LifeHow to Keep the Clutter at BayMuch, much more!

Book 6: Cleaning And Organizing For Busy People: 50 Simple Hacks To Get Organized, Declutter Your Space And Clean Your Home In 7 Days

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How to Declutter Your SpaceHow to Rearrange Your SpaceHow to Clean Your SurfacesThe Trick to Deep CleaningHow to Make the Most Out of Your Small SpacesThe Importance of Maintaining a SystemHow to Put Your New Habits Into PracticeMuch, much more!

Author: Kathy Stanton

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Melting Hadrons, Boiling Quarks – From Hagedorn Temperature to Ultra-Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions at CERN: With a Tribute to Rolf Hagedorn by Johann Rafelski

This book shows how the study of multi-hadron production phenomena in the years after the founding of CERN culminated in Hagedorn’s pioneering idea of limiting temperature, leading on to the discovery of the quark-gluon plasma — announced, in February 2000 at CERN.Following the foreword by Herwig Schopper — the Director General  (1981-1988) of CERN at the key historical juncture — the first part is a tribute to Rolf Hagedorn (1919-2003) and includes contributions by contemporary friends and colleagues, and those who were most touched by Hagedorn: Tamás Biró, Igor Dremin, Torleif Ericson, Marek Gaździcki, Mark Gorenstein, Hans Gutbrod, Maurice Jacob, István Montvay, Berndt Müller, Grazyna Odyniec, Emanuele Quercigh,  Krzysztof Redlich, Helmut  Satz, Luigi Sertorio, Ludwik Turko, and Gabriele Veneziano.The second and third parts retrace 20 years of developments that after discovery of the Hagedorn temperature in 1964 led to its recognition as the melting point of hadrons into boiling quarks, and  to the rise of the experimental relativistic heavy ion collision program. These parts contain previously unpublished material authored by Hagedorn and Rafelski: conference retrospectives, research notes, workshop reports, in some instances abbreviated to avoid duplication of material, and rounded off with the editor’s explanatory notes.About the editor:  Johann Rafelski is a theoretical physicist working at The University of Arizona in Tucson, USA. Born in 1950 in Krakow, Poland, he received his Ph.D. with Walter Greiner in Frankfurt, Germany in 1973.  Rafelski arrived at CERN in 1977, where in a joint effort with Hagedorn he contributed greatly to the establishment of the relativistic heavy ion collision, and quark-gluon plasma research fields. Moving on, with stops in Frankfurt and Cape Town, to Arizona, he invented and developed the strangeness quark flavor as the signature of quark-gluon plasma.

Author: Johann Rafelski

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When can I buy the Porsche? by Mervyn George

With an evergreen passion for the Porsche brand, a lifelong quest for ownership of the 911 has succumbed to many of life’s obstacles.

This book reflects on one man’s ambition, the disruption caused by milestones we all experience, goalposts that keep moving, and how easy it is to spend all of your money on things that matter instead of the things you really want.

Author: Mervyn George

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Python Algorithms: Mastering Algorithms in the Python Language by Magnus Lie Hetland

Learn to implement classic algorithms and design new problem-solving algorithms using python. This is a book about algorithmic problem solving for Python programmers. Just like books on, say, object-oriented patterns, the problems it deals with are of a general nature—as are the solutions. Your task as an algorist will, in many cases, be more than simply to implement or execute an existing algorithm, as you would, for example, in solving an algebra problem. Instead, you are expected to come up with new algorithms—new general solutions to hitherto unseen, general problems. In this book, you are going to learn principles for constructing such solutions. This may not be your typical algorithm book, though. Most of the authoritative books on the subject (such as the Knuth’s classics or the industry-standard textbook by Cormen et al.) have a heavy formal and theoretical slant, even though some of them (such as the one by Kleinberg and Tardos) lean more in the direction of readability. Instead of trying to replace any of these excellent books, I’d like to supplement them. Building on my experience from teaching algorithms, I try to explain as clearly as possible how the algorithms work and what common principles underlie many of them. For a programmer, these explanations are probably enough. Chances are you’ll be able to understand why the algorithms are correct and how to adapt them to new problems you may come to face. If, however, you need the full depth of the more formalistic and encyclopedic textbooks, I hope the foundation you get in this book will help you understand the theorems and proofs you encounter there. There is another genre of algorithm books as well: the “(Data Structures and) Algorithms in blank” kind, where the blank is the author’s favorite programming language. There are quite a few of these (especially for blank = Java, it seems), but many of them focus on relatively basic data structures, to the detriment of the more meaty stuff. This is understandable if the book is designed to be used in a basic course on data structures, for example, but for a Python programmer, learning about singly and doubly linked lists may not be all that exciting (although you will hear a bit about those in the next chapter). And even though techniques such as hashing are highly important, you get hash tables for free in the form of Python dictionaries; there’s no need to implement them from scratch. Instead, I focus on more high level algorithms. Many important concepts that are available as black-box implementations either in the Python language itself or in the standard library (such as sorting, searching, and hashing) are explained more briefly, in special “black box” sidebars throughout the text.

Author: Magnus Lie Hetland

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The Success Factory: How to Make All Your Dreams Come True (Success Series Book 1) by Frank McKinley

How to Create the Success You Always Wanted – Again and Again!

Do you have big dreams that haven’t come true yet? Is there something you’ve always wanted but has seemed impossible to get? Have obstacles turned into walls that keep you from achieving your goals?

If you can answer “Yes” to any of these questions, there is hope for you within these pages. Zig Ziglar said it well, “Failure is an event, not a person. Yesterday ended last night. Today is a new day, and it’s yours.”

You don’t have to let one or many failures define you. Are you ready to make today the day you start making your dreams come true? Here’s what this book has to offer:
What farming teaches us about success and how to plant, grow, and harvest the right seeds
4 simple secrets that will absolutely guarantee your growth
How to keep your dream from dying when it seems like everything is against you
The power that true commitment has to make your dreams come true
Why sharing your dreams will push you toward them regardless of what happens along the way
Three factors that help you see and act upon the best opportunities
Three reasons why giant obstacles scare us and seven tactics to overcome them
The most important thing you can do every day
And much more!

Design your success factory. Build a process that will help you craft a vision, reach your goals, and make all your dreams come true.. In this book, you’ll discover some powerful strategies to do all that – again and again!

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Author: Frank McKinley

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