Monthly Archives: January 2015

Info about fast food with a web site:

Found this on the internet. Those perfect grill marks on your hamburger patty that make it look so delicious aren’t real. Instead they were put there by the factory to make them look more appealing To get a fresh order … Continue reading

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Spelling Propaganda:

Bad: potentaga or protanga Good: propaganda This is a hard one. Lets see if this works. When we want to share information to manipulate an audience. We PROvide PAGes of information AND follow up by Action by compassing the streets … Continue reading

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Story Telling at School Literacy Night:

I had the opportunity to tell a couple of stories at a school Literacy night. My audience ranged from below elementary, elementary kids to their parents. I had great audience participation. Things that worked well during my performance: 1. Make … Continue reading

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Lawsuit protection entity:

A year ago I attended a workshop on business. Here are some of the things I learned about law suite entity. – You want to get a family living partnership. IRS section 704. – Your partner does not have to … Continue reading

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Our associations can be like Jell-O:

We are the people we associate with. If we associate with dishonest people constantly, there is a good chance we agree with their actions and may also be dishonest. If we associate with people of integrity, it could mean that … Continue reading

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How To Turn Your City Around:

Got this as an email and wanted to share it. Melva Wednesday, January 28, 7:00 PM Provo City Library at Academy Square – Room 309 What is happening in your city? Do your city officials understand the proper role of … Continue reading

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Spelling Thorough:

I consistently have problems with this one. Especially when I spell things like I pronounce them. Bad: thorow Good: thorough This may be a desperate idea but we’ll see if it helps me remember. When do a detailed, hight quality … Continue reading

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Writing like your brain is wired:

Last year I attend LTUE and took some great notes on a number of great panels. Here are my notes on marketing yourself. Enjoy. – Every story needs a beginning, middle and end. – Offer a variety of choices. Variation … Continue reading

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Law suit protection:

A year ago I attended a workshop on business. Here are some of the things I learned about law suite protection. – Lawyers, except case, if contingent on winning, which means that they get around 40% of the earnings. To … Continue reading

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Is there room in our lives for God:

At church heard some great thoughts on how we can get so busy that we don’t let God into our lives. The teacher brought up a very good example. We recall from the scriptures that When Joseph and Mary came … Continue reading

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