EMS: It's Not What You Think!

Author: Dave Molloy

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1716671809

Category: Education

Page: N.A

View: 8943


Whether you’re considering a career in Emergency Medical Services, wonder what it’s like to be an EMT or paramedic, or want to know what it takes to be a first responder, this book is for you. Dave Molloy draws on his decades of experience in the field to share an insider’s view of what it takes to excel in the field. He emphasizes that if you want to get into the EMS industry for any other reason than trying to make a difference at a critical moment, you are speeding in the wrong direction. He also shares exciting stories from his career, such as the time he found himself in an ambulance with his partner, Danny, during an active shooting. He made some mistakes, such as turning on his siren (making them a target), and he learned to always be aware of your surroundings to keep yourself safe. From being at a person’s side during his last breath, to watching a parent cry for him to save her child, to being there when a baby is born into this world, to even seeing a husband give his life for his wife, Molloy has been there—and seen that EMS is not what everyone thinks.

Management? It's not what you think!

Author: Henry Mintzberg,Bruce Ahlstrand,Joseph B. Lampel

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN: 0273748815

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 176

View: 933


"Henry Mintzberg's views are a breath of fresh air which can only encourage the good guys." The Observer Tied up in knots by KPIs? Confused by core competencies? Management doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, it shouldn’t be! One of today’ best-known and most controversial thinkers on management has joined forces with other leading business figures to provide a thought-provoking mix of writing on management. The cutting edge views depicted in this book are controversially the opposite of what is often held up as the truth in management. Management? Its Not What you Think! brings readers an unusual mix of perspectives to help stimulate more creative management thinking and more enjoyable, challenging and more productive ways to lead their teams. This is a book readers can dip into, a book they can savour, a book that won’t fail to get them reflecting on what management really is…

It's Not What You Think

Author: Jefferson Bethke

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1400205425

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 7459


E-Book includes a special behind-the-scenes interview with Jefferson Bethke as he shares personal experiences and insights that inspired the writing of It’s Not What You Think. New York Times best-selling author of Jesus > Religion challenges the accepted thinking of contemporary Christianity with the world-changing message Jesus actually brought. Jesus was most upset at people for seeing but not seeing. For missing it. For succumbing to the danger and idolatry of forcing God into preconceived ideals. What if there were a better way? What if Jesus came not to help people escape the world but rather to restore it? Best-selling author and spoken word artist Jefferson Bethke says that “Christians have the greatest story ever told but we aren’t telling it.” So in this new book, Bethke tells that story anew, presenting God’s truths from the Old and the New Testaments as the challenging and compelling story that it is—a grand narrative with God at the center. And in doing so, Bethke reminds readers of the life-changing message of Jesus that turned the world upside-down, a world that God is putting back together.

It's Not What You Think

Author: Julia Campbell

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1329045319

Category:

Page: 176

View: 9838


Art Is Not What You Think It Is

Author: Donald Preziosi,Claire Farago

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1405192402

Category: Art

Page: 191

View: 7550


Art Is Not What You Think It Is utilizes original research to present a series of critical incursions into the current state of debate on the idea of art, making manifest what has been largely missing or unsaid in those discussions. Links museology, history, theory, and criticism to the realities of contemporary social conditions and shows how they have structurally functioned in a variety of contexts Deals with divisive and controversial problems such as blasphemy and idolatry, and the problem of artistic truth Addresses relations between European notions about art and artifice and those developed in other and especially indigenous cultural traditions

Schizophrenia - It's Not What You Think

Author: Timothy R. Cameron

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1664156984

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 128

View: 5638


This book is about the author’s personal experience living with paranoia schizophrenia his entire life and how his strong faith in God helped him endure. The story tries to relate his experiences to you the reader who may have a similar mental illness and may need encouragement in carrying out your life to the best of your ability. Mental illness is a very real illness. The general population downplays it sometimes as a character defect in the individual. Research about the cause of mental illness points to a biological or genetic predisposition which could be inherited. For myself I believe it was inherited. I will get into my beliefs on that later on. The environment can also be a factor for some people who develop mental illness. Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that originates from malfunctioning signals from the brain that effect ones thought processes & behavior. Just because you are diagnosed later in life doesn’t mean you were not born with the illness. The illness has a broad effect on a person’s everyday functioning such as going to school, working, hygiene or social relationships. Once diagnosed with schizophrenia a person is effected usually in a negative manner. Their lives change dramatically. Their ability to carry on a normal routine becomes limited motivation is many times effected because of the side effects of the medication which they are taking. A person may feel tired & listless much of the time. Medication helps with the delusions and hallucinations that exist in an acute episode but can also slow a person down. Outside supports from family & friends can be a huge asset to someone with schizophrenia, exercise (if you can do it), meditation (relaxation techniques), a strong relationship with God, & a stable & secure living environment all can help in coping with the illness as well. Mental health professionals also can be a huge asset & wanting to get help by the person is definitely necessary.

Forgiveness ... It Is Not What You Think It Is!

Author: Phylis Clay Sparks

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504360257

Category: Self-Help

Page: 152

View: 3450


The Forgiveness Process detailed in this book goes way beyond the barrage of information already available on the subject of forgiveness. The author explains the profound negative effect unforgiveness has on the body, mind and spirit, and shares her personal discovery about what forgiveness really is, a unique and effective process for actually doing it, and a way to confirm to ones self that its been done. She has also shared her Soul-Math Formula, a powerful way to dig into the depths of ones subconscious and discover why certain problems exist for that person. This Formula can point out what must be forgiven even though one thinks theyve already forgiven everyone and everything! Also included are many consciousness U-turns, or ways to change and align ones thoughts, feelings, beliefs and actions in order to support fulfilling results and a happier and more productive experience of life.

The Internet Is Not What You Think It Is

Author: Justin E. H. Smith

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691212325

Category: Computers

Page: 208

View: 6774


A history of the internet, uncovering its origins in nature and centuries-old dreams of improving the quality of human life by creating thinking machines and allowing for communication across vast distances. Looks at what the internet is, where it came from, and where it might be taking us.

This Is Not The Story You Think It Is

Author: Laura Munson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0748126538

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 9236


When Laura Munson's essay was first published, the New York Times was so flooded with responses that they had to close down the comment feature on their website. Readers sent it to their friends and therapists gave it to their clients. What did Munson write that caused such a fervour? Laura detailed what happened when her husband of more than twenty years told her he wasn't sure he loved her anymore and wanted to move out. Laura's response to her husband: I don't buy it. In this poignant and funny memoir, Laura recounts the time her faith in her marriage was put to the test. Shaken to the core after the death of her beloved father, not finding the professional success that she had hoped for, and after much therapy, Laura, aged forty, realised she had to stop basing her happiness on things outside her control and commit to an 'End of Suffering'.

What You Think ADD/ADHD Is, It Isn't

Author: Barbara C. Fisher

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1439839964

Category: Medical

Page: 509

View: 6103


ADD/ADHD is not as easily diagnosed or clear-cut as many believe; in fact it very often acts as a masking agent for other underlying, contributing disorders. It’s important that we understand ADD/ADHD better. What You Think ADD/ADHD Is, It Isn’t: Symptoms and Neuropsychological Testing Through Time is the culmination of the author’s years of research involving clinical experience and testing, resulting in the first all-encompassing examination of the ADD/ADHD disorder. Debunking common myths and shedding light upon the way this disorder truly impacts people, this volume: Presents the results of the largest clinical research study for ADD/ADHD, compiling 20 years of testing Distinguishes the inattentive form of ADD from ADHD and additional disorders using neuropsychological testing Provides statistical analysis from neuropsychological evaluations and self-reporting questionnaires from parents, teachers, adolescents, and adults Demonstrates how anxiety frequently masks itself as hyperactivity and increases through the lifespan Addresses the issue of ADHD misdiagnosis Explains the importance of diagnosing additional comorbid disorders that impact medication management and treatment Offers statistics showing the manner in which ADHD symptoms and additional issues affect people differently through the lifespan