Please Pay Attention Please

We are plaintively inveighed, as in the 1973 drawing to "Placate My Art", or simply ordered as in the lithograph of the same year to "Pay Attention ...

Author: Bruce Nauman

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262640602

Category: Art

Page: 410

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The most comprehensive collection of the artist's work ever published combines sculpture, performance art, video, and text-based works that were included in his many performance pieces.

Pay Attention

Pay Attention to Your Marketing Message you using Facebook and Twitter, for example, to simply increase brand awareness, measured in terms of online ...

Author: Ann Thomas

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470563559

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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Make customer feedback work for your business. Customers are speaking loud and clear through a miriad of mediums. Evidence shows that customers will no longer stand for the hurried and complacent service that has become the norm. They are looking for a positive, memorable experience. Organizations that provide that level of service will earn their loyalty. Customers base their decisions on nothing more than a positive or negative review of your product and/or service. Pay Attention! paves the way. Your company wins when you: Understand Customer Expectations Embrace and implement The RATER Factors Define who you are and what you offer Become E.T.D.B.W. (Easy To Do Business With) Connect with your audience in all mediums React appropriately and respond immediately to customer feedback Recover sincerely when things go wrong All you need is to Pay Attention!

Pay Attention

Pay Attention? Sit still, Buddhists say, stop thinking. I add my own twist, saying Duh over and over, on the out-breath. But meditation doesn't work for me.

Author: John Horgan

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 1949597105

Category: Fiction

Page: 234

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A day in the inner and outer lives of a college professor, blogger, divorced father, thinker, and yearner. What would it feel like to wake up inside the head of someone who writes about science for a living? John Horgan, acclaimed author of the bestseller The End of Science, answers that question in his genre-bending new book Pay Attention, a stream-of-consciousness account of a day in the life of his alter ego, Eamon Toole--a blogger, college professor, and divorced father. This work of fact-based fiction, or "faction," follows Toole as he wakes up in his rented apartment in upstate New York, meditates with the mantra "Duh," commutes via train and subway to an engineering school in New Jersey, teaches a William James essay on consciousness to freshmen, squabbles about Thomas Kuhn with colleagues over lunch, takes a ferry to Manhattan and spends the evening with his bossy, Tarot-reading girlfriend, Emily, on whom he plans to spring a big question. Throughout the day, Toole struggles to be rational while buffeted by fears and yearnings. Thoughts of sex and death keep intruding on his ruminations over quantum spookiness, the neural code, the Singularity, and free will. Pay Attention is a profane, profound meditation on the entanglements of our inner and outer worlds and the elusiveness of truth.

Pay Attention

Pay. attention. ~~~~~~~~~~. Just when she thinks the coast is clear In walks the ghost with a smile and a can of beer “Come over here—let me tell you a ...

Author: Walayee C. Whitlock

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 146918964X

Category: Poetry

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Pay Attention Be Alert

He needs us, first and foremost, to pay attention and be alert! It is by paying attention that we become aware of our true nature, of our divinity and ...

Author: Piero Falci

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595534325

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 312

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If you want to be happy the first thing you have to do is to Pay Attention and Be Alert. This will enhance your ability to see things you could not see before. You will see that we are spiritual beings having a human experience, and that we are, at the same time, mortal and immortal, human and divine. You will also realize how interconnected and interdependent we all are, and this new conscience of our divinity and oneness will liberate you from all your fears, allowing you to live a happy life. Piero Falci was a successful executive at the top of his professional career when an unexpected downturn took him through difficult times and a deep spiritual transformation. During this journey that lasted seven years he paid extreme attention to the voice within and carefully recorded what was being revealed to him. Those life-changing revelations are the core of the book Pay Attention! Be Alert! Today, Piero enjoys a peaceful life centered in the present moment and finds great delight in sharing what he has learned. He is committed to helping others achieve a higher consciousness, convinced that a widespread awareness of our divine nature and oneness is what will pave the way for universal peace and unity. Pay Attention! Be Alert! is the spiritual guide that reveals the route to happiness.

Simply Pay Attention 2nd Edition

“attack/pass” instinctual aspects of attention. ... In time we learn to pay attention only to the things to which we have been trained to pay attention, ...

Author: Peter Luber

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0692544100

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Wake Up Pay Attention

The goal or lesson is for the hero to learn to respect everybody and to pay attention to the poorest person because that's where the key to his success will ...

Author: Dale A. Johnson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1411666003

Category:

Page: 133

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It turns out that many of the things our fathers teach us by word and action are truths more profound than we can imagine. It is often after we struggle to make our own way in the world, thinking we do not need our father's advice, that we realize that we have become our father. We discover ourselves saying things to our children that our father's said to us. If we think deeply about this phenomenon we notice that the words of our fathers reflect profound universal truths. Our fathers perhaps did not even know why they said these things to us. We often do not even now why we say these things. They just sound right. It is a Voice that arises within us and there is a resonance in the saying of them. We feel connected not only with our fathers but with universal Father. We have the feeling of entering the sacred.

Pay Attention to Politics

The main reason the liberals (collectivists/socialists) have made such gains in recent years is that a majority of Americans just “don't pay attention to ...

Author: Ray Thomas

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462820320

Category: Political Science

Page: 129

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This book has been needed for a long time. The main reason the liberals (collectivists/socialists) have made such gains in recent years is that a majority of Americans just “don’t pay attention to politics.” Some are proud of it, as I used to be until I had an epiphany: “Even though I paid no attention to politics (because of the apathy I was frustrated by in the sixties), politics WILL pay attention to ME.” Ignoring politics is like ignoring that pickpocket while he steals your wallet. We MUST start “paying attention to politics” or politics will ruin us, maybe even KILL us. My own SON says he “has more important things to do” (talk about a prophet having no respect in his own home town). The fact is if we don’t start paying attention to what our politicians and bureaucrats, never mind our judges and Supreme Court Justices (appointed by our politicians) are doing to our rights and the Constitution itself, soon there will come a time when we have NO rights and the Constitution will be as dead as the liberals wish it to be.

Pay Attention Please Ages 4 11

Learning to listen and pay attention are essential skills for everyday living. Children with ADHD often experience extreme difficulties with these important ...

Author: Sherrill B. Flora

Publisher: Key Education Publishing

ISBN: 1602688869

Category: Education

Page: 64

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Help students in grades PK–5 work out their wiggles using "Pay Attention, Please!" This 64-page book helps students with ADHD and students who are otherwise wiggly and overly busy learn how to pay better attention and focus for longer periods of time. It includes games and activities that strengthen listening, concentration, visual, and auditory memory skills; assist students in learning relaxation techniques; provide students healthy ways to burn excess energy; and help students discover ways to control overstimulation and impulsivity.

Pay Attention for Goodness Sake

“It's learning to pay attention,” I said. “We practice paying attention all the time, not just at certain times. You don't need to be alone and you don't ...

Author: Sylvia Boorstein, Ph.D.

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN: 0307416356

Category: Religion

Page: 304

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According to the Buddha, the path of kindness is the path of happiness. Now Sylvia Boorstein, nationally bestselling author of It’s Easier Than You Think, has taken the 2500-year-old practice of developing the qualities of a compassionate heart—the core of the Buddha’s own practice—and made it accessible to all. Pay Attention for Goodness’ Sake is the first book ever to guide Western readers on the path of the Buddha’s Ten Paramitas, the Perfections of the Heart. Boorstein combines traditional Buddhist teachings and parables with stories from her own life, as well as easy-to-follow meditations, to show how the practice of Mindfulness—paying attention in everyday life—can lead to these perfections that all of us strive for, including Generosity, Morality, Wisdom, Energy, Patience, Determination, and Equanimity. When we take on this practice, Boorstein notes, “our vision becomes transformed. We see, with increasing clarity, the confusion in our own minds and the suffering in our own hearts. . . . And we also see the extraordinariness of life, how amazing it is that life exists.” Boorstein’s lively and practical lessons about everyday generosity, morality, making and mending mistakes, the bliss of blamelessness, and other human concerns and frailties, help to clarify our distractions and connect us with our own goodness, “the part of ourselves that wishes it had done differently.” For Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike, Pay Attention for Goodness’ Sake is a cheerful, inspiring book that offers the possibility of a transformed life.

Pay Attention Carter Jones

“So pay attention,” he said. Everything in me suddenly froze. I thought I heard high screeches from far away. “What?” “Cricket is serious. Pay attention.

Author: Gary D. Schmidt

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 1328526917

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 224

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Bestselling author Gary D. Schmidt tells a coming-of-age story with the light touch of The Wednesday Wars, the heart of Okay for Now, and the unique presence of a wise and witty butler. Carter Jones is astonished early one morning when he finds a real English butler, bowler hat and all, on the doorstep—one who stays to help the Jones family, which is a little bit broken. In addition to figuring out middle school, Carter has to adjust to the unwelcome presence of this new know-it-all adult in his life and navigate the butler's notions of decorum. And ultimately, when his burden of grief and anger from the past can no longer be ignored, Carter learns that a burden becomes lighter when it is shared. Sparkling with humor, this insightful and compassionate story will resonate with readers who have confronted secrets of their own.

Pay Attention Say Thank You

Paying attention means bringing your mind where you want it to be in this moment. So often we live on autopilot. Unconsciously.

Author: M. Gail Woodard

Publisher: Dudley Court Press, LLC

ISBN: 1940013070

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 127

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Pay Attention Say Thank You” is a delightful guide to living a happy life – full of joy, even when things aren’t going so well. Learn how to live happily, more vibrantly, more creatively and more joyfully by practicing seven techniques, some as simple as paying attention, saying thank you and being quiet. Warm and engaging, this book addresses issues of forgiveness, fear, the need for quiet reflection or meditation and for gratitude. The author provides plenty of examples and exercises.

Pirates Can Pay Attention

Pirates Can Pay Attention is intended to be an engaging and enjoyable read for children aged 4-7. The book will help them recognize why it's important to ...

Author: Tom Easton

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1508191549

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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Readers join the crew of the Golden Duck as they learn an important lesson about paying attention. Captain Cod warns his crew about the enemy pirates at a new port, but no one listens to him. When the pirates end up in trouble, it’s Captain Cod who gets them out of it, but not before reminding them to listen to him from now on. Through its fun and relatable narrative and illustrations, readers learn the importance of proper communication and attention to what other people say, an important skill to have in school and at home.

Pay Attention to the Thin Cow

In the event that you face such huge bills, my advice is: do not pay immediately. Document what was done and what the cost has been.

Author: Gene A. Hoots

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 1457511479

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 292

View: 985

Since 1979 when Tom Quinn and Gene Hoots began investing together there have been a major bull market, a gigantic bubble, two major bear markets, and heart-stopping stock market plunges. Through all of this, the firm has adhered to its investment philosophy. Pay Attention to the Thin Cow is a collection of CornerCap's writings through 2005. While it is a collaborative effort, much of the material reflects the personal experiences of Gene Hoots, a long time observer of the corporate and investment worlds. This is not a "how to" book, but rather a collection of essays that should make the reader a bit more informed about his own investments.

The Kid Who Didn t Pay Attention

Sam Carzy. The Kid Who Didn't Pay Attention Sam Carzy The Kid Who Didn't Pay Attention Written And Illustrated By: Front Cover.

Author: Sam Carzy

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1304753565

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Why Do We Have to Pay Attention in Class

The Classroom Common Good When you pay attention, you'll know if you don't understand part of the lesson. You'll be able to ask better questions, ...

Author: Melissa Raé Shofner

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1538330822

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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Most students understand it's important for them to pay attention in class so they can learn and do well on exams. This book takes a closer look at how paying attention in class affects the common good of the entire classroom. Civics concepts from the C3 Framework for Social Studies are discussed throughout this informative text. Readers will have a better understanding of how their actions can positively and negatively impact others around them.



Pay Attention for Goodness Sake

Integrates traditional Buddhist teachings and parables with easy-to-follow meditations to demonstrate how the practice of mindfulness can lead to generosity, energy, wisdom, morality, patience, determination, and equanimity.

Author: Sylvia Boorstein

Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

ISBN: 0345448111

Category: Religion

Page: 304

View: 455

Integrates traditional Buddhist teachings and parables with easy-to-follow meditations to demonstrate how the practice of mindfulness can lead to generosity, energy, wisdom, morality, patience, determination, and equanimity.

Pay Attention

A guide written to influence readers to look at their situation and take action on improving its condition. This book requires the reader to evaluate the things and people that influence their thoughts, words, actions, and habits.

Author: Love Dorsey

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780578523088

Category: Self-Help

Page: 60

View: 274

A guide written to influence readers to look at their situation and take action on improving its condition. This book requires the reader to evaluate the things and people that influence their thoughts, words, actions, and habits.