Reprint of 1943 Edition.This is the article in which Maslow first presented his hierarchy of needs. It was first printed in his 1943 paper «A Theory of Human Motivation». Maslow subsequently extended the idea to include his observations of humans' innate curiosity. His theories parallel many other theories of human developmental psychology, some of which focus on describing the stages of growth in humans. Maslow described various needs and used the terms «Physiological, Safety, Belongingness and Love, Esteem, Self-Actualization and Self-Transcendence» needs to describe the pattern that human motivations generally move through. Maslow studied what he called exemplary people such as Albert Einstein, Jane Addams, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Frederick Douglass rather than mentally ill or neurotic people.
A.A. co-founder Bill W. tells the story of the growth of Alcoholics Anonymous from its make-or-break beginnings in New York and Akron in the early 1930s to its spread across the country and overseas in the years that followed. A wealth of personal accounts and anecdotes portray the dramatic power of the A.A. Twelve Step program of recovery – unique not only in its approach to treating alcoholism but also in its spiritual impact and social influence.<br>
Bill recounts the evolution of the Twelve Steps, the Twelve Traditions and the Twelve Concepts for World Service – those principles and practices that protect A.A.s Three Legacies of Recovery, Unity and Service – and how in 1955 the responsibility for these were passed on by the founding members to the Fellowship (A.A.’s membership at large). In closing chapters of <i>Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age</i>, early «friends of A.A.,» including the influential Dr. Silkworth and Father Ed Dowling, share their perspectives. Includes 16 pages of archival photographs.<br>
For those interested in the history of A.A. and how it has withstood the test of time, <i>Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age</i> offers on the growth of this ground-breaking movement. <br>
<i>Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age</i> has been approved by the General Service Conference.
With cake decorating becoming an increasingly popular skill and one that's currently very in-demand, this book is aimed both at those looking to start up their own business and those who want to improve their skills.Offering expert advice throughout, «Cake Decorating» takes you through the essential basic equipment and important skills with marzipan, sugarpaste and royal icing, and techniques such as marbling and crimping.A detailed section on piping covers everything you need to know on the subject, while delicate techniques such as creating sugar flowers are explored in detail. Wedding cakes, storage, transportation, conversion tables and a comprehensive recipe section make this book an indispensible guide.With detailed, step-by-step instructions and photographs, this book has all the advice, skills and techniques you need.
Since the 1950s, karate has exploded in popularity the world over. Initially developed for self-defence, karate is now practised for many other reasons – fitness, discipline and general wellbeing amongst them. This book is for people who have mastered the basics, but want to develop and improve their skills and techniques so that they can progress to a higher level. There is a generally accepted progression of learning – stance, balance, co-ordination, form, speed, power and reflex. This book looks at these aspects and shows the practitioner how to hone their skills and make their training and sparring more effective. There is also a section on competition karate.
This illustrated instructional guide, by an author who teaches an accredited college course on the subject, is ideal both for beginners and experienced hairdressers eager to acquire new skills. Introducing today's state-of-the-art tools and equipment, it covers cuts, colors, perms, formal styling, and men's hair, along with business and legal issues such as staffing, décor, and safety.
• Guide to creating highly realistic pyrography portraits of domestic animals, North American wildlife, African wildlife, and birds.• Skill-building tutorials show how to burn specific features like eyes, noses, fur, etc.• Author’s social media @MinisaPyrography: 13K Facebook followers, 2K Instagram followers.• Woodburning Realistic People sold 2,597 copies with $20,745.97 since its release in June 2017.
Take your woodburning art to the next level by taking a masterclass with award-winning pyrographer Simon Easton! This inspired sequel to the popular book for beginners, Learn to Burn , offers the opportunity to advance your skills with guidance from a master craftsman. Yearn to Burn features 19 projects designed to build your skills while you create an array of handsome household items, gifts, home décor, and more. Eighteen new projects with clear instructions and step-by-step photographs fit a wide variety of occasions and decors. Burn beautiful and memorable items like Christmas tree decorations, mirrored box frames, a child's wood pencil case, a hanging leather map, and more.
Learn to Turn is the ideal woodturning book for beginners. If you've considered trying woodturning—but have been intimidated by the tone and scope of the books available on the subject—you'll find this informative book to be an approachable and enjoyable guide that will have you turning in no time. Author Barry Gross, an artist and professional woodturner, offers expert instruction, valuable tips, and common-sense advice that will eliminate the mystery while infusing some fun into your turning. Discover how to select the lathe that's right for you, the basics of turning tools, and the fundamentals of sharpening, sanding, and finishing. This revised & expanded 3rd edition also includes new and very attainable step-by-step projects, a special troubleshooting section that reveals surprisingly simple solutions to common turning mistakes, and an inspiring artist gallery of completed works.
Presents terrarium building as both a decorative feature and a sustainable hobby.Includes instructions for terrarium maintenance.Terrarium building is growing in popularity among Millennials as people living in smaller quarters in urban areas look for ways to bring organic elements into their environment.Author’s social media @ACharmingProject: 172K Pinterest followers. Enid Gonzalez is also a contributor for PopSugar—a website reaching 1 in 2 female millennials in the U.S. with over 27 million fans and followers. Social media following: 5.4M Facebook followers, 817K Instagram followers, 198K Twitter followers.
Curious to know what to do if you get caught in an avalanche? Ever wondered how to stop a runaway horse? Want to impress people by predicting the weather or telling time without a clock (or an iPhone app)? How to Send Smoke Signals, Pluck a Chicken & Build an Igloo is filled with 75 wilderness skills, from practical to potentially useless. In today’s digital age that heavily relies on battery power, technology, and GPS, you’ll read about what people did hundreds of years ago and how it could potentially save you today. Learn how to start a fire with ice, pluck a chicken, catch an eel, build an igloo, throw a lasso, and so many more unusual yet potentially life-saving skills. Told with a sense of humor and a lot of interesting insight, this is a fun, self-reliant read filled with information you may never use but will be glad to know…because you just never know!