We were back only a week when we decided we missed the Atlantic, so spent a few days over that way. David managed to save the life of a gull. He (the gull) had a deflated balloon in his mouth we tried to scare him into dropping it several times without success.
In this issue of the newsletter youll learn about taking time for yourself by creating a meditation practice. You will read an interview with Pam Yelsky who is an amazing woman doing important work. Guest columnist Lynn Schoener writes about how to create a personal advisory board.
Now this doesn’t mean you have to leap up excitedly and run over and hug the person when they meet you! All it means is being nice, friendly, helpful, focused and present for your customer and their needs now isn’t that easy?? If you’re doing something right now that you aren’t passionate about, stop causing yourself and everyone you deal with pain instead look at things you do love doing and can do passionately All that’s stopping you from doing it is YOU WHAT YOU WANT TO ACCOMPLISH IN YOUR BUSINESS AND KEEP FOCUSED if you don’t have a plan in place of where you wish to be, and how you want you business to be functioning in a year or 2 then you’re on the road without a map! You’ll go round and round in circles, and life will be a little chaotic. Not only will you be confused, in most cases your clients and team will certainly feel the adverse effects of this lack of direction too. Start thinking about where you see yourself and your business this time next year, then go about setting up little goals (or steps) for yourself that are achievable between now and then to ensure you set yourself up for a successful and profitable outcome.
Who would bet against them? Projected 3 NCAA seed. (socrlaxdad) 2. Narrowly over very competitive pack of ‘Hounds. “I was looking at my phone, I was texting, I was changing the radio station, I was putting my make up on. Whatever it is, you not paying attention to what happening around you.”So police know where they work the most crashes, and why they are working them, but what can they do about them? Sweeney said enforcement only goes so far.”My experience has shown that enforcement does have an effect on people behavior as long as you doing enforcement,” said Sweeney.According to Sweeney, his department works closely with state transportation engineers to come up with what solutions they can and they can be effective. For example, Bardstown Road at the Buechel Bypass was just re striped in the last couple months.