Seeing Is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 9780801065026
  • Release Date: 2004-04-01
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Author: Gregory A. Boyd
  • Publisher: Baker Books



Break out of spiritual performance into a liberating relationship with Christ. Experience the reality of Jesus through the imaginative power of prayer.

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 0747556903
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Number of pages: 371
  • Author: Peter Biskind
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing UK



A provocative, shrewd and witty look at the Hollywood 50s movies we all love (or love to hate) and the thousand subtle ways they reflect the political tensions of the decade. From the author of Easy Riders, Raging Bulls.

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 081441317X
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Number of pages: 246
  • Author: Stewart Liff
  • Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn



"Take a look around your workplace and try to find the following items: A statement of business objectives. I think it's in that pile by the copy machine. A schedule of divisional goals. Everyone got that e-mail last year. Clear performance standards. They're in the employee handbook. Team workflow documents. On the bulletin board, sticking out from under the first aid sign. Regular communication and motivation from management to employees. We have the quarterly meeting, and we send out memos. Stop. Is the information your employees need every day truly accessible? Just because it's there doesn't mean it's present. When information is hard to find, outdated, nebulous, or incomplete, the effect is profound. If they can't see it, it's as good as nonexistent. The fact is, the visual elements in a workplace have a tremendous impact on execution, morale, and productivity. And it's not just about information access. A visually dynamic workplace energizes employees, builds pride and ownership, and conveys the strength and currency of the organization. Design and graphics, art and color, sculpture and dimension -- all have profound effects. Far from simply prettying up the office, your organization needs to create an environment of visual stimuli that convey goals and expectations, that engender a collaborative attitude, and most important, that cannot be ignored. This book represents a milestone in the science of workplace design. Whereas there are countless approaches for improving the comfort factor of work environments through color, lighting, furniture, and spatial flow, Seeing Is Believing is the first book to link visual elements directly to specific organizational objectives and individual tasks. The authors have created a step-by-step plan for creating and implementing a Visual Management program in any environment. You'll learn how to create a dynamic VM system that: Replaces information overload with information sharing and dramatically improved workflow Seamlessly incorporates clear information exchange into an aesthetically pleasing and energizing workplace that will make people want to come to work Resonates with workers of every generation, whether they identify with Life magazine or MTV Enhances relationships not only among employees, but also with customers, business partners, investors, and the public Ensures uniform understanding of crucial requirements and desired outcomes Seeing Is Believing features many examples of how VM has improved performance in corporations, government offices, schools, and other organizations. The dozens of photographs and illustrations not only show the theory in action, they also show the many different approaches and alternatives you can consider in creating a VM program that's perfect for your workplace. Somewhere buried in the piles of paper and the daily torrent of e-mail, your organization does have great ideas, worthy goals, talented employees -- and a lot of potential. Bring them all together with Visual Management. Because seeing is believing."

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 9781101589779
  • Release Date: 2013-03-05
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Author: Erin McCarthy
  • Publisher: Penguin



Cuttersville, Ohio is full of ghosts, and they all want Piper Tucker’s help. One guy in town just wants Piper. Ever since Piper Tucker was young she wanted to be like everyone else, but her uncanny ability to see ghosts always put her on the other side of normal. And the apparitions are showing up now more than ever, desperately seeking help. But what can she possibly do for them? They’ve already been dead for years. Besides, she has a personal concern of her own right now. A real flesh and blood concern—named Brady. He’s Piper’s childhood crush, and no sooner is he back in town than sparks start giving off heat. For Brady, it’s hard not to notice the sexy young woman Piper’s become, or forget the special gift she had as a girl. And right now it could come in handy, because a long-forgotten murder has been keeping a restless spirit from finding peace. All Piper and Brady have to do is solve the crime to put the specter to rest. But the passion brewing between them is just as restless, and could prove twice as dangerous.

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 9780762310210
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Number of pages: 184
  • Author: Christopher John Pole
  • Publisher: Elsevier



Recent years have seen an increase in the use of visual methods of research across the social sciences. As researchers realize the potential of the visual, not only as a source but also as a means of generating data, a range of techniques has been developed which seek data that are different from those offered by more conventional qualitative research methods. The contributions to this collection start from the premise either that visual research allows a view of the social world which is not available by other means, or that its use offers a means of augmenting other methods, such as discussion and interview. Rather than providing a step-by-step guide to the use of visual methods, the various authors draw on their experience of visual research to provide critical and reflexive accounts of its use in the field, its potential for unlocking otherwise unseen places, spaces and social action and as a basis for the generation of conceptual and theoretical insight.

Seeing Is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 0736852638
  • Release Date: 2005-08-01
  • Number of pages: 16
  • Author: Elena Martin
  • Publisher: Capstone



Text and photographs introduce seeing by means of telescopes, microscopes, and x-rays.

Seeing Is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 1477278990
  • Release Date: 2012-11-07
  • Number of pages: 334
  • Author: L.M. Finley
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse



THE TELLING OF THE BOOK LISA BENSON On her way home from Longtree and Associates, her place of employment, Lisa Benson stops at the Estate Sale...of the missing multibillionaire Miles King. While there, she spies a beautiful mirror... an enchanted mirror. Little did she know what changes the enchanted mirror would have on her life. MILES KING For two years, Miles King has been missing. Then he meets Lisa Benson, they don’t hit it off at first. Then as he spends time with her, his life changes forever.

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 0871044498
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Number of pages: 76
  • Author: Jennifer B. Lee
  • Publisher:



"A selection of nearly forty scientific and medical illustrations drawn primarily from the collections in The New York Public Library's four research centers, augmented by materials from The New York Academy of Medicine and from a private collector."--Cover.

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 0382392655
  • Release Date: 1997
  • Number of pages: 46
  • Author: Patrick R. Green
  • Publisher:



Explains the underlying scientific principles behind the way humans perceive, through a series of self-tests and puzzles.

Seeing is Believing

  • Filename: seeing-is-believing.
  • ISBN: 9781426807381
  • Release Date: 2007-10-01
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Kate Austin
  • Publisher: Harlequin



There's a magic in life—But Ria Sterling has yet to embrace it, because she considers her ability to predict death from merely touching a photograph a curse. She yearns to use her sight to save just one life. On the other hand, tough-talking detective Carrick Jones and his partner profess not to care about saving anyone. But they do need Ria's help in solving a case. Instead, she predicts that Carrick's partner will die. Soon. And when her vision proves true, Ria goes from psychic to prime suspect.—The one thing she can't predict is her instant attraction to Carrick, a man who doesn't believe in the paranormal—only what his five senses tell him. But when danger threatens, Ria finally sees how to use her gift in a unique way. And to show Carrick the inexplicable power of a love where seeing really is believing.—

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