Author : Eric Lee Harvey,Walk the Talk Team
Publisher : The Walk The Talk Company
Release :1999
Total pages :43
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 1885228341

180 Ways To Walk The Customer Service Talk is the resource you'll want to read and distribute to every person in your organization. Packed with powerful strategies and tips to cultivate world-class customer service, this handbook promises to be the answer to getting everyone "Walking The Customer Service Talk" and building a reputation of service integrity. At its low price, if everyone adopts just a few ideas to help ensure customers come back again, this book will pay for itself. All employees at every level of the organization need this powerful guide ... from front line employees, to call center representatives, sales people, telemarketers, managers, client services and marketing teams.

Author : Russ Williams
Publisher : M-Y Books Limited
Release :2020-06-14
Total pages :196
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781912875993

Walking is aerobic exercise; it is also the 'Superfood' of exercise. Most of us do it every day to varying degrees and many of us do not fully appreciate the many proven benefits for the body and mind that you can get simply by taking regular walks. Author Russ Williams – a UK based broadcaster – has been a walker for many years and noticed a distinct upturn in his physical and mental health as a result of walking regularly. He researched and subsequently wrote this book to help people fully understand WHY walking is such an important way of exercising and to understand the many PROVEN benefits of doing it for the mind and body. In his book he shares the medical evidence and why you can reap the benefits without taking a big chunk out of your daily life and routine. 'How To Walk Yourself Healthy And Happy' explains how walking can significantly help: -Blood pressure health -Help you lose weight safely with speed/ time and calorie burning charts. -Control cholesterol levels -Correct your posture -Increase core muscle strength and flexibility -Energy levels -Walking to ease back pain -Help control diabetes -Encourage better brain health -Tackle and help solve sleep issues. -Increase memory capacity -Aid recovery from cancer treatment -Post cardiac event recovery -The risk of a heart attack or stroke -Issues and conditions of the menopause -Reduce loneliness by walking -Improve mood and your state of mind Discover the many types of walking that you can do (14 in total!) – there really is a type of walking for everyone. The book shows you what to do and what not to do, explains why starting out modestly and increasing your walks and their intensity over time give the most sustainable benefits to your health. You will learn that regular walking is by far the best and why you have to keep it up and not stop for a week or two. There is a guide to the right kind of equipment and footwear that you will need and the smartphone apps that will make recording your walks simple and fun. Proven medical facts support the long list of benefits of walking as a principal form of exercise whether it is in a forest, going around the block or just popping out to get your lunch on a break from work. By adding regular walking to your exercise regime, you will quickly notice how much better you feel both physically and mentally. It is time to get those walking shoes or boots on for better health!

Author : Cindy Derby
Publisher : Roaring Brook Press
Release :2019-03-26
Total pages :40
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781250253347

There are nine steps to becoming an ant walker, and Amariyah, the expert ant walker, is here to show you how it’s done. This irreverent and quirky picture book, How to Walk an Ant, follows a young girl as she goes through the process of walking ants, from polite introductions to tragic leash entanglements. In the end, this unique book from author-illustrator Cindy Derby shows that as long as you’re doing what you’re best at, you may find a like-minded friend to tag along. *Zero ants were harmed in the making of this book. **Oops, 7 ants were harmed in the making of this book.

Author : Bruce LeFavour
Publisher :
Release :1999-01-01
Total pages :230
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 0966344804

It is possible to walk from any village in France to another without ever boarding a car, train, or bus. This is a guide to the more than 110,000 miles of well-marked and maintained off-road footpaths and to the gracious accommodations, wonderful restaurants, and sights along the way. Vineyards, caves, chateaux, and other beauties of the countryside are highlighted in colour photos. The book provides explanations of trail markers, equipment advice, packing tips, and a pocket-sized English-French walker's vocabulary.

Author : Rachel Swearingen
Publisher :
Release :2020-09
Total pages :182
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 1941561225

In Rachel Swearingen's debut collection, How to Walk on Water and Other Stories, we meet grifters, account executives, waitresses, scientists, and artists who willingly open their doors to trouble. An investment banker falls for a self-made artist who transforms the rooms of her dingy apartment into eerie art installations. A young au pair turns her mundane life into a scene from Key Largo, endangering the child in her care. A down-on-his-luck son moves in with his mother and tries to piece together the brutal attack she survived when he was a baby. A brother helps his wayward sister kidnap her grandson to baptize him in the North Woods. Whether it's a run-down movie theater in Minneapolis, a haunted brownstone in Chicago, a primitive chapel in Northern Michigan, a seedy bar in Seattle, or a tourist hotel in Venice, Italy, Swearingen's powers of observation and suspense show that thoughts as much as place can haunt. The prose is nimble and often heartbreaking. Even as these stories bristle with menace, they soothe with tenderness and humor. The themes of crime and complicity, as well as art and commerce underpin many of these narratives, as does the question of what it means to survive in a world marked by violence and trauma.

Author : Richard Santo Mallia
Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
Release :2012
Total pages :29
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781434966506

"When our feet are not painful, we hardly notice their existence, but when they hurt, they become our sole (pardon the pun) focus. Written lightly for people without much extra time, this book may provide the salvation your feet have been looking for".--Back cover.

Author : Renee Milton
Publisher : WestBow Press
Release :2015-05-29
Total pages :254
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781490878522

Are you struggling with faith because your problems feel like they will never end? Are you having trouble seeing the light at the end of the tunnel? Do you need help with spiritual growth? How to Walk on Water gets to the root of why so many Christians miss the life lessons that God is trying to teach. It offers thoughts and tips to help Christians get spiritual gold out of their trials. Through the lens of her own life and spiritual growth, the author uses her personal story and counseling examples to show how God can take you from the prison of trials to the palaces of victory. We often feel weak and struggle to survive while waiting on God to change our circumstances. We face depression and loss of hope during turbulent times. How to Walk on Water is a reminder that God never forgets us and that soaring above our tribulations doesn’t always mean happy feelings. Soaring means having strong enough wings to hold steady against the wind.

Author : Dennis A. Lackie
Publisher : Xulon Press
Release :2010-07
Total pages :478
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781609575793

Author : Steven J Girardi
Publisher : WestBow Press
Release :2014-04-18
Total pages :164
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781490833439

The essential new handbook for all Christians from musician/composer/producer, Steven J. Girardi. This handbook can transform and advance your faith! YOU can walk in the supernatural with total authority over sickness and disease, poverty, accidents, disasters, and every evil work, in the name of Jesus Christ. Learn who you are in Christ as God’s ambassador, minister, and warrior. This handbook gives concise instruction, according to God’s Word, in all the key areas that make up the victorious, prosperous and effective Christian who accepts everything that Jesus paid for on the cross, and supernaturally does the will of the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit. How To Walk In The Supernatural - Handbook For The Christian Ambassador, Minister & Warrior, will change your life!

Author : Jacqueline Edelberg
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Release :2009-07-16
Total pages :180
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781442200029

When two gutsy moms ventured inside Nettelhorst, their neighborhood's underutilized and struggling public elementary school, the new principal asked what it would take for them to enroll their children. Stunned by her candor, they returned the next day armed with an extensive wish list. The principal read their list and said "Well, let's get started, girls! It's going to be a busy year . . . " How to Walk to School is the story—from the highs to the lows—of motivated neighborhood parents galvanizing and then organizing an entire community to take a leap of faith, transforming a challenged urban school into one of Chicago's best, virtually overnight. The fate of public education is not beyond our control. In How to Walk to School, Susan Kurland, Nettelhorst's new and entrepreneurial principal, and Jacqueline Edelberg, the neighborhood mom, provide an accessible and honest blueprint for reclaiming the great public schools our children deserve. Check out for more information.