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The Right-Brain Business Plan Jennifer Lee helps creative types make a living doing what they love by using — rather than stifling — the imagination and intuition that make them creative in the first place.
Jennifer Lee Don't think you can make a warm, gooey homemade cake in under five minutes? Think again! 5-Minute Mug Cakes is the perfect gift for anyone with a mug, a microwave, and a dream. With nearly 100 delectable recipes for cakes, brownies, cookies, and more, every single recipe can be made in an ordinary, microwave-safe mug in just a few minutes. Author Jennifer Lee, creator of Kirbie's Cravings, guides you through simple recipe favorites like:
-2-Ingredient Flourless Nutella® Cake
-Salted-Caramel Chocolate Cake
-Strawberries & Cream Cake
-Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake
-Red Velvet Cake
-Lemon Dream Cake and dozens more!
Featuring special chapters like Skinny Mug Cakes (all under 200 calories!), Gluten-Free Mug Cakes, and even 4-Ingredients-or-Less Mug Cakes, there is no excuse for eating tasteless, packaged desserts anymore. Every recipe in 5-Minute Mug Cakes is simple, fast, and delicious. The best part? If you mix your ingredients right in your favorite mug, there is next to no cleanup!
Jennifer Lee This book covers all aspects of building a business for the creative entrepreneur, including: creating products and prototypes; hiring employees; finding the right consultants or contractors; social media and online promotions; packaging your business or your product; advertising; generating new ideas; evaluating progress; planning for the future; budgets and profit and loss statements.
Randye Semple, Jennifer Lee, Mark Williams, John D. Teasdale & Zindel Segal Adults rarely associate childhood with anxiety, but more than one in ten children has anxious thoughts and fears debilitating enough to warrant an anxiety disorder diagnosis. It is essential that therapists who treat children and adolescents have an arsenal of effective techniques for helping young people manage the overwhelming sensations of anxiety before these symptoms develop into lifelong issues. Developed by mindfulness researchers Randye Semple and Jennifer Lee, the program in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Treating Anxious Children can be used in group or individual therapy to help children and adolescents become more aware of the sensations of anxiety and notice how anxiety affects their behavior.
This complete guide to conducting mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for children (MBCT-C) for anxiety includes fun and age-appropriate experiential mindfulness awareness exercises therapists can use with anxious children and teens. It includes a full introduction to the theoretical basis and research support for the MBCT-C model, and includes sample session dialogues and suggestions for procedural variations for working with children of varying ages, anxiety levels, and types of anxiety. The included CD contains guided mindfulness exercises and printable handouts for each session. Mental health practitioners will appreciate this complete and practical guide to effectively and permanently changing the lives of children and adolescents who have anxiety.
Nick Barham, Ed Finn, Yul Kwon, Arianna Huffington, Jane Kim, Israel Bayer, K. Michael Merrill, John Hockenberry, Claire L. Evans, Susan McKee Reese, Charles Bradley, SoulPancake feat. Rainn Wilson, Stan Lee, Shannon Galpin, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, Nirvan Mullick, Dr. Cameron M. Smith, Michael Brennan, Michelle Rowley, Ann Friedman, Danny Kennedy, Curtis Kulig, Jennifer Lee, Cindy Gallop, Justin, Travis, and Griffin McElroy, Tim Wise, Melissa Hanna, Richard Nash, Matthew Dickman, Rae Bryant, Creston Davis, Kurt Andersen, Dr. Robert Zubrin, Amber Case, John Zogby, Ani Zonneveld, Ross Borden, Natalie Bailey, Panthea Lee and Zack Brisson, Jon Friedman, Nader Tehrani, Ellen Dunham-Jones, Alexander Rose, Hideshi Hamaguchi, John Maeda, Leslie Bradshaw, Aaron Koblin, Richard Saul Wurman, Matthew Matthew, Baratunde Thurston, Ji Lee, Wayne White, Nisha Chittal, Jason Pollock, Naomi Pomeroy, Jessie Zapotechne & Chris Anderson American Dreamers is for those who believe in brighter futures. Gathering the optimists, mavericks, and mad inventors who believe we can create a better world, American Dreamers is a guidebook for optimism and an art book for inspiration.
Featuring dreams from: Arianna Huffington, Stan Lee, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, John Hockenberry, Kurt Andersen, Cindy Gallop, Aaron Koblin, Chris Anderson, and more.
Jennifer Lee Right Brain Business Plan
Your Personal Creativity is Your Greatest Asset in Business
Starting a business is a major life leap, requiring your full commitment of time, energy, strategic thinking and mental toughness. It all starts with an excellent business plan, which can be the stopping point for many, conjuring visions of long hours, spreadsheets, number-crunching and endless toil. Or is it? Jennifer Lee’s fully illustrated, interactive Right Brain Business Plan will help turn your inspired idea into a viable plan for success. Filled with infographics, multi-colored worksheets, thought-provoking prompts, best practices and step-by-step instructions, this multimedia handbook includes interactive widgets and exercises throughout. Lee’s approach is both playful and practical, very effectively taking you through every phase of charting your entrepreneurial dreams. Here is everything you need to map out funding, marketing, networking, customer relations, long-term tactics and more.
Who knew a profit and loss statement could be fun? Jennifer Lee did and with the guidance of her Right Brain Business Plan, you, too, can set your goals and achieve them. Right brain “creatives” have the best ideas and now you can have a stellar business plan to match your vision. The interactive edition of Right Brain Business Plan will be instrumental in implementing your business objectives – from inspiration to execution to profit.
Jennifer Lee & Min Zhou Asian Americans are often stereotyped as the “model minority.” Their sizeable presence at elite universities and high household incomes have helped construct the narrative of Asian American “exceptionalism.” While many scholars and activists characterize this as a myth, pundits claim that Asian Americans’ educational attainment is the result of unique cultural values. In The Asian American Achievement Paradox, sociologists Jennifer Lee and Min Zhou offer a compelling account of the academic achievement of the children of Asian immigrants. Drawing on in-depth interviews with the adult children of Chinese immigrants and Vietnamese refugees and survey data, Lee and Zhou bridge sociology and social psychology to explain how immigration laws, institutions, and culture interact to foster high achievement among certain Asian American groups.
For the Chinese and Vietnamese in Los Angeles, Lee and Zhou find that the educational attainment of the second generation is strikingly similar, despite the vastly different socioeconomic profiles of their immigrant parents. Because immigration policies after 1965 favor individuals with higher levels of education and professional skills, many Asian immigrants are highly educated when they arrive in the United States. They bring a specific “success frame,” which is strictly defined as earning a degree from an elite university and working in a high-status field. This success frame is reinforced in many local Asian communities, which make resources such as college preparation courses and tutoring available to group members, including their low-income members.
While the success frame accounts for part of Asian Americans’ high rates of achievement, Lee and Zhou also find that institutions, such as public schools, are crucial in supporting the cycle of Asian American achievement. Teachers and guidance counselors, for example, who presume that Asian American students are smart, disciplined, and studious, provide them with extra help and steer them toward competitive academic programs. These institutional advantages, in turn, lead to better academic performance and outcomes among Asian American students. Yet the expectations of high achievement come with a cost: the notion of Asian American success creates an “achievement paradox” in which Asian Americans who do not fit the success frame feel like failures or racial outliers. While pundits ascribe Asian American success to the assumed superior traits intrinsic to Asian culture, Lee and Zhou show how historical, cultural, and institutional elements work together to confer advantages to specific populations. An insightful counter to notions of culture based on stereotypes, The Asian American Achievement Paradox offers a deft and nuanced understanding how and why certain immigrant groups succeed.
Jennifer Lee Your pet does not have to be a victim of unhealthy processed foods. Join the thousands of people who are successfully feeding their pets a species appropriate diet and enjoying their healthy companions. The Inner Carnivore is a priceless resource for leading your animal companions to a healthier lifestyle through feeding a natural diet. If you are concerned about harmful processed foods and want to educate yourself about natural diets this is the book for you. Readers will be guided through the multitude of health problems created by processed foods. Learn how an animal’s anatomy, physiology and natural habits clearly illuminate what an appropriate diet consists of and how to provide such a diet.
Jennifer Lee Dump and devour delicious cakes without the guilt!
These easy, foolproof desserts can be made in minutes and are ideal for people who love the taste of homemade, but don't want to spend hours in the kitchen. You simply "dump" in the ingredients, spread in the pan, and bake! Unfortunately, most dump cake recipes use packaged cake mix and canned fruit instead of clean, fresh ingredients. That is...until now.
In Dump Cakes from Scratch, Jennifer Lee, author of the bestselling 5-Minute Mug Cakes, takes the speed and ease of dump cakes and shows you how to make them fresher, healthier, and more delicious than ever. Learn how to make your own quick and inexpensive homemade cake mixes - all while eliminating preservatives! The recipes are divided into many different sections, allowing you to find the perfect dump cake for every occasion or dietary need. You'll find gluten-free cakes, single-portion cakes, low calorie cakes, and savory cakes. The best part? You use very few tools so clean up is super easy!