Social Media Fact and Fiction
The do’s and don’ts of Social Media TODAY and how to use it the RIGHT WAY to build your practice.
A Exclusive Crown Council
with Jack Hadley
Web 2.0 has been around long enough that you can now separate fact from fiction. …Continue
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The problem of access to a creative nature seems to be that we work too much, eat too quickly, don’t get enough sleep, and feel hurried too much of the time. We tell each other that we always feel rushed and have too little time to consider what we are doing.
The successful and creative people, however, claim that they usually come up with solutions to their…Continue
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It is truly unfortunate that you are not always in the mood for circumstances and happenings that are forced upon you. Maybe you just got up on the wrong side of the bed so to speak. You are just not in a good mood and all of a sudden you need to deal with someone who is likewise in a bad mood. This is a setting for a disaster, especially if the person you are facing is…Continue
SETTLING DIFFERENCES AMIABLY
You can’t really expect that everyone is going to have the same opinion on every subject. That is no problem unless the difference of opinion is with someone you work with or otherwise associate with on a regular basis. That is to say, it is with someone with whom you need to have a good continuing relationship. Unless you believe that you…Continue
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I f you are looking for an example of persistence while discovering talents and interests, you need not look beyond Charles Darwin. His very wealthy parents offered to pay for his training as a medical doctor and then as a minister, and other occupational opportunities. But he had a interest in the origin, and evolution of everything that grows including plants, birds,…Continue
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Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born in 1856 as a third child with two older sisters. Unlike some of the other potential Presidents of the United States, he didn’t accidently drift into the president’s pattern. He did have some beliefs that he thought would benefit other people. He wanted enough power and position to enable him to present his beliefs to a broad audience in a…Continue
There are some interesting lessons we can learn from the Wright Brothers especially having to do with persistence.
There were people throughout the world who were interested in the science of flight, but none with the determination and methodical persistence of Orville and Wilbur Wright. These two brothers didn’t have the luyxury of some rich and financial backers so t…Continue
Perhaps you have not heard of the study of psycho-immunology. It deals with how your thinking affects your health. We are told that the study originated with a man named Norman Cousins, the author of Anatomy of an Illness. He laughed himself well from serious illness by watching old Three Stooges and Marx Brothers movies. Since the publication of his book, a number of…Continue
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The dictionary says that tuition is “the price paid for instruction.” Intuition on the other hand is “the act of obtaining knowledge without rational thought.” You may choose to pay tuition to increase your knowledge about your chosen profession. That costs money. But it would certainly be wise to give attention to your intuition because it can add to your knowledge and it…Continue
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Perhaps you don’t recognize the name because this author was warned by her prospective publisher that the young boys who were her target audience might not want to read a book written by a woman. He recommended that she use initials to disguise her gender. Since she had no middle name, she chose “K” as her second initial for her pen name. She became J.K. Rowling whom you…Continue
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Perhaps you have not heard of James Dyson who is a very accomplished modern inventor. One of the reasons for his relative lack of prominence is that one or more of his inventions made such an improvement on present day products that it greatly reduced sales of the current products.
He couldn’t get any present vacuum cleaner company to produce his revolutionary Dual…Continue
Being kind surely makes you feel good and is a good reason to be alert to every opportunity to be kind and helpful In addition to feeling good, some psychologists have discovered new benefits that come to both the giver and receiver of acts of kindness. They say that acts of kindness affect the immune system of both the giver and the receiver. People who are kind sleep better, have pleasant dreams, and feel peaceful most of the time. If you are into a…Continue
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If you were years in the making with the goal of becoming the President of the United States, one good start would seem to be having a name relationship with a very honored past president. In this instance it would be Franklin D. Roosevelt having a name…Continue
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