La entrega que nos hace Jorge Cuevas en esta obra, es apenas una pequea parte de todo aquello que con base a sus aos de experiencia ha podido alcanzar. En este ejemplar nos habla acerca de una metodologa que el junto a su equipo de trabajo ha desarrollado la cual consiste en cuatro principales partes que son: Experiencia, Aprendizaje, Creatividad y Accin. En el ncleo del libro nos explica el cmo podemos ir desarrollando cada una de estas etapas y hace una analoga a cada uno de los elementos por los que vive el ser humano. Al final, en la ltima parte del libro Jorge nos dice cmo podemos influir sobre un aprendiz para que pueda desarrollar su mejor talento y como es que debemos actuar como un buen Lder Quntico para poder contribuir a que todas las personas desarrollen su mejor talento y que todos puedan evolucionar y trascender en cada accin importante que realicen en la vida. En este documento se hablara de forma muy resumida, como el autor va desmenuzando cada etapa sobre las que debe desarrollar un Lder Quntico mostrando ejemplos muy sencillos que hacen referencia a las mismas etapas y al final del desarrollo se habla un poco de cmo el Lder Quntico puede formar a una persona. Desarrollo Max Planck descubri que la energa de la radiacin calorfica no es emitida continuamente, si no que aparece en forma de paquetes de energa.
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Even those of us who spend decades preparing for the final showdown with the Warsaw Pact have moved on to face a new threat. Fortunately, a new autobiography, entitled From Immigrant to U. Marine, reminds us of the highs and lows of the Cold War. As a young boy in wartime Lithuania, Dominik Nargele witnessed harassment of his family by both Nazi and Soviet occupation forces.
When it became apparent that the Soviets would? Lithuania in , his family fled to Dresden, Germany. Assuming that the Allies would not attack a city well known as a cultural center, they occupied apartments dangerously close to the railhead. Although the apartment, railhead, and most of the city were destroyed by the incendiary bombs, Nargele survived.
Within a few months, the Nargele family settled in Brooklyn to begin new lives as displaced persons. The next 60 years afforded Dominik Nargele a life of service to his new country and the opportunity to fight communism. Throughout his career he never wavered from his hate of communism, and fate provided him plenty of opportunity to prove it. That lifelong battle began with the Cuban missile crisis, continued through two tours in Vietnam, a tour observing Soviet maneuvers in East Germany, and finally as a defense attachi in Santo Domingo.
From Immigrant to U. Marine is full of detail that may be difficult for the casual reader to grasp. When asked about the level of detail, the author pointed to the two worn notebooks on the desk before him. Commissioned as an infantry officer, Nargele deployed to Vietnam with 2d Battalion, 9th Marines as the communications platoon commander. Because he found the science of communications to be challenging, he recorded nomenclature, the events of each day, and lessons learned in those two books.
At the end of his first tour, he had page upon page of detailed notes. Within those pages was a story of combat in Vietnam quite unlike that being reported in the popular media. The chronicle includes great battlefield wins and losses, gallantry and mistakes? There are also plenty of more familiar combat situations that are being replayed in Iraq and reported on the evening news with arguably some of the same media bias.
While performing reconnaissance in full Marine Corps uniform, he was nearly shot, run over, and often detained. Other officers were killed by the Soviets or East Germans, but Nargele escaped one close call after another. When read as a memoir of a life spend fighting communism, the book reminds the reader of the anfractuous nature of the Cold War and the many influences that were at play.
LtCol Nargele still burns with resentment over blatant media bias in Vietnam and its passive acceptance of Communist dominance. While the U.
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