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Featured Blog Posts – September 2010 Archive (9)

The Charisma of Body Language

This review is from: Body Language Secrets: A Guide During Courtship & Dating (Paperback)

R. Don Steele's, "Body Language Secrets: A Guide During Courtship and Dating" is a good introductory book for becoming better aware of the nonverbal language that goes on between men and women during potentially romantic settings. A key take away of the book is to look for "clusters" of behavior from the person you are attempting to engage. Is their body in an open and receptive position?… Continue

Added by Edward Brown on September 30, 2010 at 4:56pm — No Comments

Mr.B.Ramaskandan A Veteran Police Officer

Mr.B.Ramaskandan, veteran police Officer is no more now. He is commonly called as RAMESH KANDAN since some journalists struggled to pronounce his name, when he was a station house officer.. My thoughts go back to his initial duty days. Still I cannot forget that in the year 1977-78, after receiving a…


Added by Pudumai Balakrishnan on September 28, 2010 at 10:11am — No Comments

Charisma: The Power of Personality

This review is from: The Sins of the Father: Joseph P. Kennedy and the Dynasty he Founded (Hardcover)

Kessler's,"The Sins of the Father," is a page turner, not merely for the colorful and bombastic life of Joseph P. Kennedy. But, a gut check for those fraught with extreme ambition and a thirst for power. Joseph Kennedy answered the age old question, "How far would you go to achieve ultimate power?" His life's response was, "To the ends of the earth." That he did and… Continue

Added by Edward Brown on September 24, 2010 at 1:22am — No Comments

Concerns of Police Survivors Affected Co-Workers Retreat

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) is pleased to announce that its 1st Annual Affected Co-Workers Retreat will be held October 1-4, 2010, at the YMCA Trout Lodge in Potosi, Missouri. This inaugural retreat will provide an opportunity for surviving co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty to bond with and find support from others who have also lost a co-worker…


Added by Brooke McKay on September 23, 2010 at 12:15pm — No Comments

Neeson Exudes Charisma in a Machiavellian Way

This review is from: Taken (Single-Disc Extended Edition) (DVD)

"Taken" is one of those movies for your personal library. Liam Neeson does a convincing job of demonstrating the virility and vitality of the aging Baby Boomer. He's what Jason Bourne grows up to be. Neeson's character doesn't knock you over with quick quips and a bevy of beauties. He's merely a dedicated former government agent who has learned some "tricks" of the trade. The screenwriter did an excellent job of creating… Continue

Added by Edward Brown on September 10, 2010 at 3:36pm — No Comments

Quotes from "If I Knew Then" Edited by Brian Willis

I just finished reading "If I Knew Then: Life Lessons From Cops on the Street" edited by Brian Willis. I highly recommend this book. I'd like to allude to the chapter, "Staying Positive is a Discipline". This concept holds true for anyone. As I'm sure you know, there are plenty of negative influences trying to persuade you to "go to the dark side" of cynicism and negativity. Have you ever heard, "One cop can't… Continue

Added by Jan Zacharias on September 7, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Charisma is Founded On "Understanding Human Nature"

This review is from: Understanding Human Nature

Eminent psychologist Alfred Adler's (1870-1937), "Understanding Human Nature" is a ground- breaking book outlining the dynamics, psychology and neurosis of human nature. For me, Adler's salient point in his "Individual Psychology" is that we are all slaves to our motivations. Whatever, driving need within all of us, move us to act in fulfilling that need. Adler says,"...A change of attitude in adult life need not necessarily lead to a… Continue

Added by Edward Brown on September 2, 2010 at 3:25pm — No Comments

Visiting the San Diego Police Museum

I was exploring my neighborhood one day, when I noticed the San

Diego Police Museum. Being on the staff of Law Officer magazine and, I was interested in seeing what it had to offer. When you enter, you realize you’re travelling back through a rich history of policing. I had the honor of interviewing Detective Rick Carlson (Ret.) of the San Diego Police Department, director of the museum and president of the San Diego Police… Continue

Added by Jan Zacharias on September 1, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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