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When out shopping, have you looked in the fitting room mirror and wondered why fitted waistlines fit near your hips? Have you thought... this jacket would work if it weren't for the unflattering patched pockets in the front? Have you wondered why so any jackets are a boxy cut and too short in length? Wonder why there seem to be few straightlined or no-waist Silhouette dresses, coats, and gowns? Do you think you need long, narrow, straightlines and struggle to find them? Your struggle IS NOT a Weight Issue -- IT IS a Waistplacement Issue! In this guide for Inverted Triangle S, Short in THE SPACE OF THE WAIST(r), learn how to celebrate your Assets, maximize your style, dress with confidence, and love the body you have!
While you are trying on clothes, do you find fitted waistlines fit far below your Natural-Waistline? Do you find too many Silhouettes with distinct waistlines and find it difficult to locate Dropped-Wasisted or no-waisted gowns, coats, jackets, dresses and tops that fit your body attractively? Why it seems the dropped-waisted dresses are wedding gowns or evening ball gowns? Do you wonder why most jacket waistlines fit at your hips? Do you struggle to find jackets without nipped-in waistlines? Do you find you do not have enough length from your bustline to your Natural-waistline in order to wear belts or Silhouettes that are fitted at the waist? It is not a weight issue -- IT IS a Waistplacement issue. In this guide for Rectangle S, Short in THE SPACE OF THE WAIST(r), learn how to celebrate your Assets, maximize your style, dress with confidence, and love the body you have!
Sweeping changes in work and academe are threatening placement centers with irrelevancy. The rise of entrepreneurial firms, the prevalence of career change, the shifting structure of knowledge, and the changing student body demographics demand a creative response. Present proposals for change, however, ignore basic questions and instead focus on technology, programs, and publicity. This book presents a new approach, a nine-part paradigm aimed at creating a more entrepreneurial, proactive, empowering, multidisciplinary future. Freeman presents specific ideas for invigorating old programs and creating dynamic new ones, offers a redefinition of the external relationships, applies process reengineering to strategy, and presents a vision of placement centers linked with learning. Devoted to serving students, Freeman brings a humanistic perspective along with models from state-of-the-art business practice to a new vision for college placement centers.
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