4 Free Kindle Edition eBooks at Amazon Online Store | HARGA RUNTUH

A Coffee Lover's Guide to Coffee

A friendly guide to coffee with the valuable information any coffee lover must know. Recent years have witnessed a quiet, almost unnoticeable revolution: all around the world, drip coffee has been replaced by espresso, macchiato, and cappuccino, with a similar quality to those served in the best Italian coffee shops. The technological developments of espresso machines, moka-pot, French-press and other newfangled equipment has allowed the flourishing coffee market to enter the domestic kitchen, turning coffee into an integral part of everyday, modern life. However, despite its huge popularity and expanding markets, coffee remains uncharted terrain, known only to connoisseurs. No more.

A Coffee Lover’s Guide is an accessible, comprehensive, easy-to-read and enjoyable guide, written with love and made especially for anyone drinking, making, selling or buying coffee. It is an easy, available, communicative and enjoyable way to learn and understand coffee and the coffee world better.

A recommended gift for any coffee lover! A Coffee Lover’s Guide includes a short, accessible and comprehensive synopsis of coffee’s history and origin, it’s types and varieties, different ways of brewing and grinding, coffee machinery, and even popular uses and traditions of coffee, including “coffee reading.”

All the answers in one place: the perfect guide for any coffee lover! Enjoy the read, and enjoy your coffee even more!


Delivering Bad News in Good Ways: Turn difficult conversations into purposeful dialogue, positive outcomes, & focused results in 3 easy steps

Why is delivering bad news so hard to do? What are the tactics we use to avoid or postpone it? What can we do to get out of our own way so we can work the problem and get results faster?

When bad things happen on projects, telling people is difficult. This tough job almost always falls on the project manager. In Delivering Bad News in Good Ways, Alison H. Sigmon, M.Ed., PMP gives project managers a practical, easily applied method for quickly assessing and effectively responding to the need to deliver difficult news appropriately.

Packed with anecdotal stories, research-supported facts, and "in the field" tips, the book is built around a core process that guides project managers through several stages: learning the bad news themselves, creating a message tailored to their team’s needs, delivering the news in a way recipients can process it, and working with the team to develop ways to move forward.

In Sigmon’s words, “Delivering bad news is a triumph over our own pain and discomfort. It is a path to greater good when shared with compassion and purpose.” Among these pages, project managers will learn Sigmon’s Separate, Evaluate, and Deliver Method, a three-step process to help project managers take control of their own feelings, step back from and analyze their reactions, and to come out the other side with the right message for the right audience.

Delivering Bad News in Good Ways for Projects is the first in a series of publications tailored to specific groups. Future publications will address the specific needs of healthcare professionals, educators, executives, couples, teens, and parents.


Amid The Shadows

Sarah was devastated following the loss of her mother. At just six years old, she had no idea that the young social worker on the other side of the glass would become the hero she needed.

Neither of them did.

But Christine's smile through the window was a nervous one. It was her first case and no one knew yet just how special Sarah really was.

She was about to find out, including the terrible secret behind her mother's death.

A secret that will end it all.

From the halls of Washington D.C., to the Vatican, to the deserted Nazi bunkers of Argentina, Christine will ultimately be left with one sole objective…keeping Sarah alive.

And what Christine doesn't yet know is she isn't the only one on Sarah's side.


Java Programming Box Set: Programming, Master's Handbook & Artificial Intelligence Made Easy; Code, Data Science, Automation, problem solving, Data Structures & Algorithms (CodeWell Box Sets)

Within this book's pages, you'll find GREAT coding skills to learn - and more. Just some of the questions and topics include:
  • Making Java’s Complexity more SIMPLE and EASY-to-understand
  • Reduce your Coding Errors in Java with in-depth guides to Java Syntax
  • HUGE mistakes in Java that you CANNOT afford to make…
  • How to interpret a system into logical code for the AI
  • How would an AI system would diagnose a system? We show you…
  • Getting an AI agent to solve problems for you
  • and Much, much more!

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://harga.runtuh.com/2016/05/4-free-kindle-edition-ebooks-at-amazon.html?m=0

This topic was automatically closed 365 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.