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Thanks to NK for the pic. When trying to back in your land yacht be sure to leave enough room on both sides for the gang planks Continue »
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''When you live in the present moment, time stands still. Accept your circumstances and live them. If there is an experience ahead of you, have it! But if worries stand in your way, put them off until tomorrow. Give yourself a day off from worry. You deserve it. Some people live with a low-grade anxiety tugging at their spirit all day long. They go to sleep with it, wake up with it, carry it around at home, in town, to church, and with friends. Here’s a remedy: Take the present moment and find something to laugh at. People who laugh,... Continue »
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Traditional sales and marketing focus on features and benefits - with a great deal of emphasis on being better or offering more than the competition. via www.jeffkorhan.com Continue »
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"May no gift be too small to give, nor too simple to receive, which is wrapped in thoughtfulness and tied with love." ~ L.O. Baird Love, Shelley and Debbie via mermaidsofthelake.typepad.com Continue »
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Every day is like a facet of a kaleidoscope; all the moving parts fall into place like a beautiful rainbow which only lasts a few moments. The shifting image is a natural part of the experience, without which we'd become bored. With each turn of the wheel, we hope to recreate our favorite moments viewed through a tiny hole, and yet each and every new combination is as beautiful as the last, even if it isn't perfect. via www.herewearewithluci.com Continue »
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As we wind down 2010, and forge into 2011, here are some traditional holiday practices that I believe we can carry into our lives, all year long, that will have a tremendous impact on our lives, our businesses, and on the lives of others. Continue »
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This photo from the August 8, 1969 photo shoot of the Abbey Road cover. (via kottke) And this undated (but most likely from around the same time) hand-written letter from John Lennon barring McCartney from accessing any tapes of the... Continue »
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Blog: Dr Bill Dean
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When we try to remember an event, we begin to conjure up images We're looking for a word and begin seeing it as we spell it Or we're preparing for something and visualize ourselves doing it We all know who we are as visual learners, don't we? The energy pattern associated with the visual channel is Pitta, the energy pattern of transformation As we've talked in the past Pitta is associated with a strong appetite; so strong that if really out of control, they would eat cardboard So what happens when Pitta's visual channel is treated to a nice bag... Continue »
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FALL IS HERE and New York City is right on the verge of a burst of natural beauty. I used to be a summer's-my-favorite-season kind of gal, but since I ditched my air conditioner and... Continue »
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Blog: Pulse
Soldiers get dozens of letters from kids, and, for some reason I can't fathom, this was my brother's favorite. via nataliepo.typepad.com Continue »
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Dear TypePad bloggers, It's been almost a decade since we started Six Apart. With you, the bloggers and creators, we changed the way people expressed themselves online, empowering anyone to publish and build large and... Continue »
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Blog: Dr Bill Dean
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From a matter science nutritional point of view cholesterol and fatty acids are not good for us They are associated with vessel disease leading to heart attacks and strokes The yolk of the egg is loaded with cholesterol and fatty acids so egg yolk would be potentially detrimental to health Let's look at this gift from mother hen from an energy science nutritional point of view Yolk carries Kapha energy because of the heavy quality of the sweet taste; because of the sour taste(fatty acids) and the hot quality it carries Pitta energy So yolk provokes Pitta and Kapha that... Continue »
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Blog: Seth's Blog
Linchpin will be the last book I publish in a traditional way. One of the poxes on an author's otherwise blessed life is people who ask, "what's your next book," even if some of them haven't read the last one.... Continue »
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Nothing will happen until you do something, Use your creativity and make your own magic happen. Don't wait for things to get better. Create new strategies and make them better yourself. Good times/Bad times - there will always be jobs and new careers. It may be a survival of the fittest game but that does not mean it's impossible. It's just another opportunity to live like you have never lived before. Clean off your desk and start something new. It may be tough to let the old stuff go, but the new stuff looks a million times better. Tough times... Continue »
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In my practice, we work with many small business people... who burn the candle on both ends. We all know ways to increase energy...of course some ways are healthier than others. The energy topic comes up frequently - so I'm going to address our solution. Are YOU doing the basics?... Continue »
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Originally posted on Harvard Business Review. Okay, maybe that’s going too far. I don’t really recommend firing your marketing manager. I do however believe that most companies will eventually need to hire or contract with a community manager, if they... Continue »
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Thanks to all my readers who appreciate this Blog. I'll post more shortly and feel free to email me if anything comes up. Have a fantastic weekend and thanks again for your support.... Continue »
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