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Das Uschi Prinzip

Author : Meike Rensch-Bergner
ISBN : 9783426426593
Genre : Self-Help
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Willkommen im Club der Königinnen! Mit sieben einfachen Prinzipien bekommen Frauen, was sie wollen. Uschis gelingt es scheinbar mühelos, die Männer nach ihrer Pfeife tanzen zu lassen. Uschis wissen, was Männer wollen - und was sie selber wollen. Uschis machen es sich leicht und haben Erfolg damit. Kurz: Keine intelligente Frau würde sich so verhalten, wie eine Uschi es tut. Und genau das ist ein Fehler. Meike Rensch-Bergner hatte irgendwann das Single-Dasein satt und keine Lust mehr, die Getränkekästen selbst zu schleppen. Deshalb beschloss sie: Ich will es lernen. Ich will glamourös und glücklich sein - ich werde eine Uschi! Und so schildert sie in diesem wunderbaren Buch ungeschminkt, Episode für Episode, wie das geht - und wie sie als strahlende Uschi ihrem Leben eine überraschende Wende gab.
Category: Self-Help

Die Uschi Ag

Author : Meike Rensch-Bergner
ISBN : 9783426432914
Genre : Business & Economics
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Mehr Glamour im Job! Sind sie beruflich erfolgreich und gehen gerne zur Arbeit? Nein? - Dann sollten Sie jetzt der Uschi-AG beitreten! Die Bestseller-Autorin Meike Rensch-Bergner hat mit dem Uschi-Prinzip gezeigt, wie Frauen von der Männerwelt bekommen, was sie wollen. Nun erklärt sie uns, wie jede Frau auch im Beruf das erreicht, was ihr zusteht: Spaß bei der Arbeit und Erfolg auf der Karriereleiter. In lockerem Ton und anhand vieler amüsanter Fallbeispiele wird gezeigt, wie Sie Ihre Potenziale neu entdecken und so zur glücklichen Königin der Berufswelt werden. Denn in jedem fleißigen Lischen steckt eine strahlende Uschi!
Category: Business & Economics

So Verlieben Sie Sich Richtig

Author : Nina Deißler
ISBN : 9783869109114
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 34.49 MB
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Die bekannte „Datedoktorin“ Nina Deißler zeigt, wie man das ungewollte Singledasein beendet. Schritt für Schritt führt sie ihre Leser zum Traumpartner, indem sie die typischen Probleme bei der Partnersuche gezielt angeht: Wie erkenne ich Verhaltensmuster, die Beziehungen immer wieder verhindern? Wie löse ich sie auf? Wo finde ich, was ich suche? Worauf sollte ich beim ersten Date achten?
Category: Self-Help

Dokonal Sv Dkyn

Author : Dietlind Tornieporth
ISBN : 9788024745428
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Fuck Go

Author : Ulla Rhan
ISBN : 3821856033
Genre : Communication
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Category: Communication

Fashion Myths

Author : Roman Meinhold
ISBN : 9783839424377
Genre : Design
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Besides products and services multinational corporations also sell myths, values and immaterial goods. Such »meta-goods« (e.g. prestige, beauty, strength) are major selling points in the context of successful marketing and advertising. Fashion adverts draw on deeply rooted human values, ideals and desires such as values and symbols of social recognition, beautification and rejuvenation. Although the reference to such meta-goods is obvious to some consumers, their rootedness in philosophical theories of human nature is less apparent, even for the marketers and advertisers themselves. This book is of special interest for researchers and students in the fields of Cultural Studies, Media Studies, Marketing, Advertising, Fashion, Cultural Critique, Philosophy, Sociology, Anthropology and Psychology, and for anyone interested in the ways in which fashion operates.
Category: Design

Cooking In Switzerland

Author : Marianne Kaltenbach
ISBN : 3881173684
Genre : Cookery, Swiss
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Category: Cookery, Swiss

The Night Falling

Author : Katherine Webb
ISBN : 9781409131519
Genre : Fiction
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The international bestselling author of THE LEGACY returns with a searing new novel of secrets and feuds, set in 1920s Italy. Puglia, Italy, 1921. Leandro returns home, now a rich man, with a glamorous American wife, determined to make his mark. But how did he get so wealthy - and what haunts his outwardly exuberant wife? Boyd, quiet English architect, is hired to build Leandro's dreams. But why is he so afraid of Leandro, and what really happened between them years before, in New York? Clare, Boyd's diffident wife, is summoned to Puglia with her stepson. At first desperate to leave, she soon finds a compelling reason to stay. Ettore, starving, poor and grieving for his lost fiancée, is too proud to ask his Uncle Leandro for help. Until events conspire to force his hand. Tensions are high as poverty leads veterans of the Great War to the brink of rebellion. And under the burning sky, a reckless love and a violent enmity will bring brutal truths to light . . .
Category: Fiction

Uschi Huber

Author : Uschi Huber
ISBN : NWU:35556033430729
Genre : Photography
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Essay by Daniel Stemmrich.
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Author : Harriet Rubin
ISBN : 9780062039170
Genre : Business & Economics
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Soloing has two meanings: "going it alone" and being "complete in yourself." . . . But you don't just leave--a company/a career/a paycheck--and cross over to a more satisfying life. There's more to it. There is a mysterious passage to be negotiated, a delicate transition required to go from alone-in-the-desert to complete-in-yourself. Harriet Rubin, bestselling author of The Princessa: Machiavelli for Women, returns with inspiring advice for professionals dreaming of crossing over from a corporate world of prescribed boundaries to the limitless opportunities of soloing. She describes how people can do great things--things they would never be able to accomplish inside the corporate structure--when they manage or lead no one. As one successfully navigates the passage toward a truer sense of self that Rubin describes, four invaluable freedoms await: The first freedom is regaining your sense of identity. Walk out of any big company and who are you, stripped of that mighty identity? Potentially bigger and better than before. Who were you before the corporate you? To get back one's sense of self is why people go solo. The second freedom is independence. Why is working alone so important in doing great work, given that it's also the scariest part? Imagine having complete command and control over your time and the work you do. This is how soloists realize their great strengths: They are reduced to themselves. The third freedom is income. You can earn in one year what you earned in two before. Do you work harder to do this? Yes. Do you enjoy it more? Yes. Solo money is alive. Unlike a salary doled out like an allowance from parents, the money earned by soloing is a true emblem of a person's worth. The fourth freedom is illumination. A professional builds a career, but a soloist builds a portfolio and a life free of boredom, full of challenge. Direct contact with work itself is direct contact with life. With insights as diverse as Henry David Thoreau's "I want to be sure the world doesn't change," and Michael Jordan's response to the statement: "There's no 'I' in team,"--"That's right, but there is an 'I' in win,"--Rubin gives readers the chance to bring their dreams into alignment with reality.
Category: Business & Economics