Monthly Archives: March 2014

How to avoid emotional bidding:

  –          Go to an auction in advance so you can see how things are done and you become familiar with the environment and the procedures. –          Maybe have someone with you who isn’t emotionally invested. –          Have multiple choices … Continue reading

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Stand and deliver:

Stand and deliver: 3 – 30 – 14   I attended a lecture about body language and self-improvement. Here are some of my notes.   –          Don’t die with your message still inside you. –          Want to present energy with … Continue reading

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Using, story in the classroom pt 3

This is the conclusion of notes I took while attending a very good workshop at the Timpanogos storytelling conference from an educator by the name of Sherry Norfolk. In the previous week I shared ideas that Sherry offered of how … Continue reading

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Spelling Compliant:

Bad: complient Good: compliant. An ant is very obedient and compliANT to the rules of the nest. Thus compliANT has ANT in it.

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Story versus novel:

More notes from the LTUE writers’ symposium. –          you learn by writing. –          Show stories can create a nice break away from novels. –          Careers are made to novels. –          Stories give you a chance to express yourself creatively. –          … Continue reading

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Job search mindset:

Here are some notes from a presentation on job searching. What I gleaned from it is I need to have a clear sense of purpose in my job search. These questions can help determine my specific goals and where to … Continue reading

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Using, story in the classroom pt 2

This is a continuation of notes I took while attending a very good workshop at the Timpanogos storytelling conference from an educator by the name of Sherry Norfolk. In the previous week I shared ideas that Sherry offered of how … Continue reading

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Why a second revival?

Several months ago, I attended several lectures related to American history and politics. I took notes and I would share them. –          For something to be revived it first must be lost. –          There is worse in the human soul. … Continue reading

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Difference between which and that:

Which is a chance to add to an object in a sentence. I think of the W as two funnels that will let me add a bunch of extra stuff thus Add. That just limits an object in as sentence. … Continue reading

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New writers’ advice:

While attending LTUE last year I took notes on this writers panel ant thought I’d share.   –          keep your job as long as needed as you start your writing career. –          Take care of your equipment mind and body. … Continue reading

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