It's Time To Transform Your Life and Unleash the Beast ! The toughest, strongest and most powerful men in the world are the Navy SEALs - they are undefeated in combat, take on missions that are too dangerous for any other team, and are capable of bringing down an entire empire if they so wish. And yet, they are no different than you or I; they are but normal men who have managed to train their bodies and their minds, turning themselves into weapons to be feared. So, what is it that makes them so strong? It's simple: self-discipline. Navy SEALs are some of the most disciplined men in the world; they have to be, given the strenuous training they are put through. From prep school to BUD/S training, the SEALs go through a tough training regimen that builds both body and mind. You and I can also incorporate that self-discipline into our lives! Try and answer these questions: Do you want to achieve success in life through understanding your sense of self? Do you want become more disciplined to attain your goals? Do you want to become more physically fit, be able to control your fears and attain success through a goal-oriented approach? This book will tell you how you can do all these things by understanding how the Navy SEALs work; you can read about their training regimen, their daily routines and how they manage to keep themselves so fit! Here you will find a practical guide to all the things that you can do to become as self-disciplined as the SEALs. You may not be able to achieve that level of physical fitness, or take on dangerous missions in the dark, but you will be able to attain great success by emulating a Navy SEAL's lifestyle! Grab a copy today and get started!
The business corporation is one of the greatest organizational inventions, but it creates risks both for shareholders and for third parties. To mitigate these risks, legislators, judges and corporate lawyers have tried to learn from foreign experiences and adapt their regulatory regimes to them. In the last three decades, this approach has led to a stream of previously unseen corporate and capital market law reforms. Corporate governance, the system by which companies are directed and controlled, has become a key topic for legislation, practice and academia all over the world. Corporate scandals and financial crises have repeatedly highlighted the need to better understand the economic, social, political and legal determinants of corporate governance in individual countries. Comparative Corporate Governance furthers this goal by bringing together current scholarship in law and economics with the expertise of local corporate governance specialists from twenty-three countries.
Adoption has long been a controversial subject in the United States as well as in other western countries, but never more so than in the past three decades. Why that is and how public attention affects the decisions made by those who arrange, legalize, and experience adoptive kinship constitutes the subject of this book. Adoption, the author argues, touches on major preoccupations we all have: who we are; why we are what we are; the balance of "nature" and "culture" in self-definition; the conflict between individual rights and social order. The problematic nature of adoption in western societies is effectively contrasted by the author with cultures in many other parts of the world in which children are exchanged frequently, openly, and happily. There is no stigma, often even a high value, placed on being the adopted child in a family. This comparative perspective brings into sharp relief American, and by implication other western, policies that reflect a very different notion of kinship and family. Adoption thus reveals itself as one of the keys to western ideas about human nature, the person, rights, privacy, and family relationships.
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