Monthly Archives: December 2014

Recharging your battery:

These notes are from LTUE 2014 – YouTube – find motivational videos and find what speaks to you. Maybe say this. He can return back to them when wanted – Force yourself to write can help you over a trouble … Continue reading

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Requirements to lower your taxes:

Last fall I attended a financial seminar and learned about ways to lower your taxes. Here are some of my notes. 1. Own a business: business owners get majority of taxes, deductions – Tax deductions are a way to not … Continue reading

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We all have knots in our wood:

Today’s the theme is on how our mistakes can help us in our self-improvement. I hope today’s topic can be of use to youth ministries, family devotionals, family counselors and family home evenings. As an object lesson collect a variety … Continue reading

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Signs of Stroke:

Look for 4 signs: 1. Face droorping. 2. Arm weakness. 3. Speech difficulty 4. Time, quick response to get the person to medical help may lesson the negative impact of stroke.

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Spelling Tragic:

Bad: Tragetic Good tragic The first half seems to be consistently spelled fine. IC at the end is the problem for me. Some something bad happens, somethng tragic, I Cry. Thus Trag-I C– ry. That may be a way to … Continue reading

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Learning from failure: 

I found the concept behind this panel be very interesting. It talked about how people succeed even after points of failure. These notes are from LTUE 2013. Build bridges to work around our shortcomings. Realize that not everyone success is … Continue reading

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Covered call: 

Last fall I attended a financial seminar and learned about Covered Call. Here are some notes. Bye the stock, look to the long-term trend, Identify questionable stock in your account. Look at the long term trend Sell a call on … Continue reading

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Just the little bits adding to the whole: 

Sometimes we may not think the activities we do every day don’t make much of an influence to others. I would like to present how little acts of kindness, compassion, sharing the word of God can influence others in a … Continue reading

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Winter Exercise:

At work there was a workshop on winter exercise. Here are some notes. 80% of the population do not meet national recommended exercise recommendations 72% of Utahans are likely to be physically active Kids spent 7 ½ hours in front … Continue reading

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Spelling ritual: 

Bad:   Richeral Good: Ritual I do seem to spell this phonetically with a so. Utah accent. One way I might remember this is that rituals often include rites and ceremonies. The RITes in Rights is in RIT-ual. If I can … Continue reading

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