Monthly Archives: July 2016

Setting goals:

I attended a storytellers retreat called roots and wings and listen to a great visitation about setting goals. This presented by jewels Olson. Success is when making and achieving goals start each day with a positive self-song stop being a … Continue reading

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Arthur C Clark the man: 

I listened to an old recording of a LTUE symposium several decades old. These are comments from a female professor at BYU. She met Clark at a world convention in England. Born in England. Read more and more at age … Continue reading

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Spelling Thorough: 

Good: thorough Bad: thoral I always have a rough time spelling this word. So remember to spell thoROUGH. Have a better recommendation? Please feel free to share in the comment section of this blog.  

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Publish it: 

I attended a writing seminar created by the publishers Black Card Books. They talked about how to be a successful l business entrepreneur by using books to promote your skills/business. Here are my notes on publishing your book. Any inaccurate … Continue reading

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Sheltering in – place:

The following notes are from a handout that I got from the CERT training program. Copyright CERT, I guess. Although your first instinct may be to get away as for and as fast as possible from the hazardous materials at … Continue reading

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There are three kinds of perfection: 

I went to a presentation by a phycologist (I think) who talked about how trying to be perfectionism. The two presenters were Brother and Sister Olson. This is a continuation of my notes. Any mistakes on these notes are the fault … Continue reading

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Humor for the day:

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Spelling bamboozled: 

Good: bamboozled Bad:   bondozeled My first problem with this word is, I mispronounce it. Here is a mnemonic that may help. When one is bamboozled over an incident, their expression might show a confused look on their face as if … Continue reading

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The speaking campaign:

I attended a writing seminar created by the publishers Black Card Books. They talked about how to be a successful l business entrepreneur by using books to promote your skills/business. Here are my notes on the Speaking campaign. As you … Continue reading

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CERT: Chapter 8 Terrorism and CERT Part F:

Preparing at home, work, and in your neighborhood: The following notes are directly from the CERT book. Any inaccuracies are the fault of the note taker. Because personal safety is the first parity, as with hazardous materials, CERT members should … Continue reading

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