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From Passion to Profit - Start Your Business in 6 Weeks or Less! - A step-by-step guide to making money from your hobby by... From Passion to Profit - Start Your Business in 6 Weeks or Less! - A step-by-step guide to making money from your hobby by selling online (Paperback)
Claire Hughes
R394 R298 Discovery Miles 2 980 Save R96 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Everyone can be an entrepreneur! You no longer need a fat savings account, rich benefactor or angel investor to start a business by doing what you love. Thanks to the internet, it's never been easier to make money by sharing your passion with the world. But all the options can seem confusing and overwhelming, particularly if you're not a technical whizz or have never had a business before. Should you sell on a website like Etsy or eBay, or have your own online shop? What laws and regulations do you need to know about? How do you make sure people can actually find your shop? This book walks aspiring creative business owners right through the process of deciding what to sell, developing a brand, choosing the right platform and getting an online shop live in six weeks or less - without a computer engineering degree or spending hundreds of pounds. It's a step-by-step guide that combines practical information, worksheets and checklists with the gentle encouragement and support so often needed by creative entrepreneurs. A directory of online marketplaces and online shop solutions will help you to decide the best options for you to sell online, while case studies and real life stories from successful online shop owners prove that you can be successful too! This book isn't going to tell you how to quit the day job overnight or earn millions in your first year. It's a practical, step-by-step guide to get you from IDEA to ACTION... in rapid time. By the time you finish this book, you will have an online shop up and running, and be ready to take orders from customers around the world.

Why Siblings Matter - The Role of Brother and Sister Relationships in Development and Well-Being (Paperback): Naomi White,... Why Siblings Matter - The Role of Brother and Sister Relationships in Development and Well-Being (Paperback)
Naomi White, Claire Hughes
R1,027 Discovery Miles 10 270 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Many people grow up with at least one sibling. These siblings are often `fellow travellers' through adversity or significant life events; they can act as a source of support for some children while a source of conflict for others. For these reasons, siblings are a potentially powerful influence on development and this book is one of the first of its kind to provide an overview of cutting-edge psychological research on this important relationship. Why Siblings Matter is a cornerstone text on siblinghood. Integrating findings from a 10 year longitudinal study alongside wider research, it provides a lifespan perspective examining the impact of sibling relationships on children's development and well-being. This text situates siblings in their historical, developmental and family context, considers the influence of siblings on children's development and adjustment, and provides an introduction to new research on siblings in diverse contexts. The authors discuss sibling relationships in varied populations such as siblings with disabilities, siblings in different cultures and siblings in non-traditional families, while also considering the practical implications of research. Covering both classical studies and new results this book offers take-home messages for promoting positive sibling interactions. It will be invaluable reading for students and researchers in developmental psychology and family studies and professionals in education, health and social work.

Why Siblings Matter - The Role of Brother and Sister Relationships in Development and Well-Being (Hardcover): Naomi White,... Why Siblings Matter - The Role of Brother and Sister Relationships in Development and Well-Being (Hardcover)
Naomi White, Claire Hughes
R3,045 Discovery Miles 30 450 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Many people grow up with at least one sibling. These siblings are often 'fellow travellers' through adversity or significant life events; they can act as a source of support for some children while a source of conflict for others. For these reasons, siblings are a potentially powerful influence on development and this book is one of the first of its kind to provide an overview of cutting-edge psychological research on this important relationship. Why Siblings Matter is a cornerstone text on siblinghood. Integrating findings from a 10 year longitudinal study alongside wider research, it provides a lifespan perspective examining the impact of sibling relationships on children's development and well-being. This text situates siblings in their historical, developmental and family context, considers the influence of siblings on children's development and adjustment, and provides an introduction to new research on siblings in diverse contexts. The authors discuss sibling relationships in varied populations such as siblings with disabilities, siblings in different cultures and siblings in non-traditional families, while also considering the practical implications of research. Covering both classical studies and new results this book offers take-home messages for promoting positive sibling interactions. It will be invaluable reading for students and researchers in developmental psychology and family studies and professionals in education, health and social work.

Social Understanding and Social Lives - From Toddlerhood through to the Transition to School (Paperback): Claire Hughes Social Understanding and Social Lives - From Toddlerhood through to the Transition to School (Paperback)
Claire Hughes
R955 R855 Discovery Miles 8 550 Save R100 (10%) Out of stock

Winner of the British Psychological Society Book Award (Academic Monograph category) 2013! Over the past thirty years, researchers have documented a remarkable growth in children's social understanding between toddlerhood and the early school years. However, it is still unclear why some children's awareness of others' thoughts and feelings lags so far behind that of their peers. Based on research that spans an extended developmental period, this book examines this question from both social and cognitive perspectives, and investigates the real-life significance of individual differences in theory of mind. After tracing the key age-related changes in the development of theory of mind, this book examines individual differences in relation to children's cognitive abilities and their social experiences. Why might language or executive function matter for children's social understanding? And how do children's linguistic environments and relationships with parents and siblings contribute to their ability to reflect on people's thoughts and feelings? The book also reviews the evidence for predictive links between early social understanding and later social behaviour. Using information gathered from classmates, teachers and the children themselves, the author investigates links between individual differences in early social understanding and in the quality of children's interactions with friends, in their ability to resolve conflict, and in diverse aspects of school adjustment. Drawing on rich observational data gathered in this extended longitudinal study, as well as skills acquired during her early experimental studies of children with autism and a six year collaboration with Professor Judy Dunn, the author integrates both cognitive and social accounts of theory of mind. The book is ideal reading for researchers actively working in the field, graduate and undergraduate students specializing in developmental psychology, educational and health professionals, and parents interested in learning about children's early social development.

Social Understanding and Social Lives - From Toddlerhood through to the Transition to School (Hardcover): Claire Hughes Social Understanding and Social Lives - From Toddlerhood through to the Transition to School (Hardcover)
Claire Hughes
R1,992 Discovery Miles 19 920 Out of stock

Winner of the British Psychological Society Book Award (Academic Monograph category) 2013! Over the past thirty years, researchers have documented a remarkable growth in children's social understanding between toddlerhood and the early school years. However, it is still unclear why some children's awareness of others' thoughts and feelings lags so far behind that of their peers. Based on research that spans an extended developmental period, this book examines this question from both social and cognitive perspectives, and investigates the real-life significance of individual differences in theory of mind. After tracing the key age-related changes in the development of theory of mind, this book examines individual differences in relation to children's cognitive abilities and their social experiences. Why might language or executive function matter for children's social understanding? And how do children's linguistic environments and relationships with parents and siblings contribute to their ability to reflect on people's thoughts and feelings? The book also reviews the evidence for predictive links between early social understanding and later social behaviour. Using information gathered from classmates, teachers and the children themselves, the author investigates links between individual differences in early social understanding and in the quality of children's interactions with friends, in their ability to resolve conflict, and in diverse aspects of school adjustment. Drawing on rich observational data gathered in this extended longitudinal study, as well as skills acquired during her early experimental studies of children with autism and a six year collaboration with Professor Judy Dunn, the author integrates both cognitive and social accounts of theory of mind. The book is ideal reading for researchers actively working in the field, graduate and undergraduate students specializing in developmental psychology, educational and health professionals, and parents interested in learning about children's early social development.

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