Numerology and Oracles: The Tablets of Fate by Keith Abbott
... Finally, eyes still closed, your lower your stiffened arm till your finger touches the paper; and opening your eyes you look at the small chart of jumbled numbers to see what you've chosen. > History of the Tablets The "Tablets of Fate" are an oracle first produced as chap-books in the late 17th century. Chap-books were among the first examples of printed works for the common people. Made up in large quantities and printed on the cheapest grade of rag paper, these little 4 x 6 inch ...
How to Count Calories With Your Eyes by Marc David
... Then eat, and eye ball your portions. Quickly you will learn that in order to hit your daily calories, maybe you don't want to eat 2 cups of brown rice as it's too much. Or maybe not enough. But you can judge this and track it and that is how you will know. Then track it. If you don't track what you eat, then you are only guessing. And those who guess get frustrated because those who guess do not know. That is why it's called guessing. So if you simply cannot or won't track, you'll always ...
How to Roll New Business Your Way with Promotional Merchandise by Andrei Smith
... corporate America, don't give them lottery scratchers or highlighter keychains, don't even give them a calculator, since they have accountants dealing with their numbers. Give them instead a nice writing set for their desks, give them some nice executive accessory that you know they will not be ashamed to display on their mahogany desks. And if you are really on a budget, a nice luggage tag, a passport holder with your company name, logo and address, or even a promotional golf ball will do.
Texas Holdem Tournament Strategy - Poker Tournament Fundamentals by Rick Braddy
... While others are visiting and socializing, daydreaming, watching the waitresses, and otherwise taking their eyes off the ball, when youíre at a tournament table, itís time for your focused attention on the game at hand. This kind of extended attention span becomes increasingly difficult to maintain, so rest up before playing in a tournament Ė do not play when tired if you can avoid it. I also recommend against alcohol while playing, as it leads to impaired judgment and fatigue.
Coaching Every Play! by Jeffrey Summers
... You would always find Coach Shula focused every play, kneeling, squatting or standing intently on the yard line marker of where the ball was placed, watching each player execute his Coaching. Sending in every play. Giving feedback about everything he could to everyone he needed to in order to get the results he demanded. All this, every second of every game. Rewarding great players who executed great plays, as well as redirecting poor performance as it happened, before it had a chance to ...