Archive for November 2010

Flying Doesn’t Scare Me But Crashing Sure Does!

Nov 16th, 2010 | By
Flying Doesn’t Scare Me But Crashing Sure Does!

by Captain Ron Nielsen After the first commercial airline crash in five years recently took place in Lexington, Kentucky, fearful flyers are much more likely to dwell on that crash.  They’re likely to be focused on the fact that the pilot took the wrong runway and crashed the plane.  Recent statistics about flying safety will
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YOUR CHILDREN – TAKING AWAY THE CHILD PREDATORS ADVANTAGE-

Nov 15th, 2010 | By

By Derek Mathews and Yusuf Muhammad It was during World War II that the term “latch key children” was used in this country. Fathers had gone off to war, and mothers had to work to support the WAR and their families. The children would go home with keys on chains, ribbons, a piece of string
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How to Write a Press Release that Gets Noticed

Nov 13th, 2010 | By

Watch Dave how he learns to write an effective press release… And hang in there, don’t let Dave’s “enthusiasm” distract you – focus on the expert’s advice:    How to make a press release that gets noticed from marc gordon on Vimeo.

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Troubled Teen? Help NOW!

Nov 9th, 2010 | By

By Karen Ryce What is the single most important goal to set to guarantee successful helping? Mutual Respect. If you want to help your troubled teen, it’s got to start with you. You must be respectful first. Make respect your bottom line. Make respect your foundation. Decide that, starting now, you are determined to be
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The Power of Respect: Willful Disobedience

Nov 2nd, 2010 | By

  By Karen Ryce Q:  “How do you keep respectful when your children are being willfully disobedient?” C.Z., Briceland, CA           If you let yourself get ruled by your emotions in these situations it can be very, very difficult to stay respectful. It’s hard enough to stay respectful when your children disobey you, it is
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