GPS for success : skills, strategies, and secrets of superachievers
Barry A. Franklin
Publication Date: 5-5-2022
Next to food and clothing, achieving personal and professional success is rated at the very top of the hierarchical order of human needs. Everybody wants to be somebody! In this ultimate success book that includes timeless information for generations to come, the author has meticulously chronicled proven skills, strategies and secrets that, if regularly followed, will empower the reader to live the life that they imagine. Just like your car's or phone's GPS, these life navigation skills can get you from where you are to where you want to go in your career. In addition, critically important knowledge and abilities, including job interviewing, must-know people skills, writing, and public speaking, are covered. In this book, the author has scoured the world's literature on these topics and interviewed highly successful people to provide one-stop shopping regarding the most proven and practical recommendations for future career success. He has also peppered the text with personal experiences and motivational/inspirational success stories, as well as testimonials/sage advice/quotes from the world's most successful people --past and present. The key objectives of this book are to: Highlight the foundational factors underlying future career success: love what you do; realize that your behaviors largely determine your luck in life; emphasize that highly successful people take 100% responsibility for their actions and destiny; and that the secret to success involves the selfless serving of others. The rewards return--through a boomerang effect. Provide specific examples and inspirational stories highlighting 10 critical behavioral skills for success. These include: look for the good in people and situations; how to activate the law of attraction; establish goals in writing ("if it's not on paper, it's vapor"); take action (#1 success characteristic); know that persistence pays; ask for things you want; enhance your speaking, writing, and interviewing skills; why it's important to work with and learn from people you want to emulate; the essence of superb people skills (e.g., integrity, making others feel important); and to regularly apply the law of sow and reap. Detail complementary approaches, tactics, and perspectives that can help you achieve your breakthrough (major) life goals. These include: time management skills and the 80/20 rule; looking for greener pastures; showcasing your talents (visibility ₂!opportunities); committing to never-ending improvements in performance, service (or products); embracing discipline/focus/sacrifice; routinely exceeding people's expectations; striving for greater rewards; and seeing an ocean of opportunities before you. In aggregate, these yield BIG rewards in life. Provide a potpourri of related topics, including unlooked-for opportunities; leadership and bringing out the best in those around you; avoiding overcautiousness; volunteering (raising your hand); reframing future commitments; the power (and magic) of an unexpected thank you note; and the disproportionate dividends and good karma that result from giving back and mentoring others.
Asymptomatic Severe Aortic Stenosis
Thomas F. O’Connell and Amr E. Abbas
Publication Date: 2022
Exercise-related acute cardiovascular events: Pathophysiologic considerations, risk modulators, and prophylactic interventions
Barry A. Franklin and Peter Kokkinos
Publication Date: 2019
This book examines the links between physical activity (PA), cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. It presents an overview of the role of PA and CRF in the prevention and management of risk factors associated with cardiometabolic diseases such as hypertension, peripheral vascular disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, dyslipidemia, obesity, and atherosclerosis. In addition, it explores how these risks vary with different populations such as the elderly and people of various racial backgrounds. The book also highlights risks associated with exercise and presents a prescription for appropriate and efficacious exercise to minimize risk and maximize health benefits for the heart. Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Prevention and Management of Cardiometabolic Disease is an essential resource for physicians, exercise physiologists, medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, and researchers in cardiology, cardiorespiratory fitness, exercise science, health promotion and disease prevention, public health, and epidemiology.
The Heart-Healthy Handbook
Barry A. Franklin and Simon R. Dixon
Publication Date: 3-8-2017
The Heart-Healthy Handbook was prepared by a highly skilled and dedicated medical writing team of Beaumont Health professionals, with representative expertise in clinical and interventional cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, electrophysiology, nursing, pharmacology, exercise physiology, geriatrics, psychosocial issues, diagnostic testing, cardiac imaging, nutrition, obesity, diabetes and metabolism, and women s heart issues.
Current Diagnosis and Treatment Cardiology
James A. Goldstein and Amr Abbas
Publication Date: 2017
A concise, authoritative compilation of the essential knowledge needed to diagnose and manage cardiovascular disease
How to use the radiofrequency hot balloon for ablation of atrial fibrillation
David E. Haines
Publication Date: 5-15-2017
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