Monthly Archives: May 2014

Comments of Senator Mike Lee:

Here are my notes of the speech from Sen. Mike Lee when he spoke at the rally of the Republican Utah conference. I tried to be as accurate as I could and hope I haven’t misrepresented the speaker in any … Continue reading

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Spelling Salad:

Bad: salid or saled Good: salad It’s usually easy to remember the first A. Here is a way to remember the second. People eat salads to get a well-balanced meal. Thus I remember two As because they are perfectly balanced … Continue reading

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Advice on character and the unexpected:

Here are a few notes on characterization from some workshop I attended last year.  Characterization –          Possible character traits: she is a creature of habit; she has a degree of doctor, she observant, she hasn’t had the best romance relationship. … Continue reading

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Common myths of investing:

During a finance seminar last August  I took notes on the topic of myths of investing. Hope they will be of interest. –          Average American can save their way to retirement. –          Wall Street Journal article: retirees take high stock … Continue reading

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Accomplishing goals:

At times, a goal may not be achieved first time we endeavor to gain it. Many times a major goal can be accomplished through a succession of smaller goals or building gradually building our mindset to achieve a specific goal. … Continue reading

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Comments by Reince Priebus:

Here are my notes of the speech from Reince Priebus when he spoke at the rally of the Republican Utah conference. I tried to be as accurate as I could and hope I haven’t misrepresented the speaker in any way. … Continue reading

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Spelling festival:

Feastable Festival When I envision a festival I see a bunch of streamers, signs and balloons. It looks like a valley of decoration with the party nestled in the middle, thus I thing of VAL (VALley) and the end of … Continue reading

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Killing the funny:

These are notes from two writing workshops. I think this is collected from two different lectures. –          Context for the reader such as cultural. I.e.: it is a truth universally acknowledged that single gentlemen of good fortune must be in … Continue reading

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Real Estate Advice:

During a finance seminar last August  I took notes on the topic on Real estate as a business. Look at the list and see if any of it is of use to you. –          Some people can earn 18% by … Continue reading

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Tilting the scale:

I hope the following object lesson can be of help to youth ministries, family devotionals, family counselors and family home evenings. Today’s topic is on tipping the balance. Many of us don’t realize how one decision or event in our … Continue reading

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