Thoughts on the Business of Life
- THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE. // Forbes Asia;5/8/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p76
The article presents inspirational quotes on business and success from notable people including philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson, conservationist John Muir and author Leo Buscaglia.
- Democracy in Emerson's Journals. Boynton, Percy H. // New Republic;11/28/14, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p25
Profiles Ralph Waldo Emerson, poet, essayist and author of journals that document the history of democratic politics in the United States. Personal background on the author; Acquaintance with fellow author Charles Eliot Norton during an ocean voyage; Comments on the political leadership of...
- Sarah Goodrich. Mapping places in the heart. Holton, Randall L.; Gilday, Charles A. // Magazine Antiques;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 179 Issue 6, p134
The article focuses on American artist Sarah Goodrich who painted miniature portraits in Boston, Massachusetts between 1815 and 1850. The article explains the relationships of the subjects of Goodrich's portraits, including notable figures such as orator Edward Everett and poet Ralph Waldo...
- Structure as Strategy: Webster on the Constitution and the Union. Clark, Ryan // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2008, p1
Webster's speech on "The Constitution and the Union" is a prime example of Webster's use of temporal structure as rhetorical strategy. This analysis brings Webster's use of temporal structure into greater relief by way of the astronomical metaphor of epicyclic movement. Webster constructs a...
- When success exalts thy lot. Emerson, Ralph Waldo // Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul;1/1/1907, p148
The poem "When Success Exalts Thy Lot" by Ralph Waldo Emerson is presented. First Line: When success exalts thy lot; Last Line: God for thy virtue lays a plot.
- Marketing myths that infect our industry. Michel, Matt // Contractor Magazine;Jul2011, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p47
The article presents some of the marketing myths that affected the business enterprises in the U.S. It states that marketing requires time or money and its not a cost of engaging a business. According to Ralph Waldo Emerson, a businessman should build a better mousetrap and the world will...
- THE LORD'S BUSINESS. Calimbahin, Samantha // Fort Worth Business Press;11/30/2015 Supplement CEO, p72
The article focuses on Pastor Brent Beasley of the Broadway Baptist Church doing church administrative work in his ministry like a company chief executive officer (CEO). Topics covered include study program collaboration of Fort Worth, Texas Brite Divinity School with the Neeley School of...
- Musings on Collaboration and Vested Interest. Guard, Roger // Journal of Academic Librarianship;Mar2005, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p89
The article reports that the collaboration is a topic that has been in vogue for at least the last three decades in librarianship. In the political, international relations context, when analyzing sovereign states, the ability to build and sustain powerful formal and informal relationships has...
- Mr. Emerson, I have a bone to pick with you. Dean, William J. // Christian Science Monitor;7/13/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 160, p22
Addresses Ralph Waldo Emerson on the topic of Venice, Italy, and the view that the city is a wonderful place, in contrast to Emerson's view that it is disagreeable.