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21 Questions To Assess Your Readiness For Time Management

21 Questions To Assess Your Readiness For Time Management How many of us are guilty of “Putting the cart before the horse?” Much is written on HOW to manage your time (the load in the cart) while little mentions the first step (the horse that pulls the load) of time management, asking WHY before we […]

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Deep Doghouse Communication for Angry Men

Deep Doghouse Communication for Angry Men Many times when an angry or rageful man comes into the office to see me for the first visit, he is in a deep crisis. Such was the case with Jerry. He was in the “deep doghouse.” He was separated from his wife and she had filed for divorce. […]

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Forward Thinking With Reverse Osmosis

Forward thinking with Reverse Osmosis Reverse Osmosis is a system of filtration that is highly effective at removing even the smallest particles from a liquid. It is also known as Hyperfiltration. The Reverse Osmosis process can remove particles as small as a dissolved individual ion. The most popular use for this process is in the […]

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Malaria & Mosquitoes

Malaria & Mosquitoes Only female mosquitoes are known to carry the parasites that are known to cause Malaria. When a person is bitten by a mosquito that carries them their blood is infected with the parasites. They will find their way through the body to the liver where they will incubate for several weeks. Then […]

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Evangelical Skepticism

Evangelical Skepticism Michael Shermer speaks with the energy and passion of an evangelist, so it’s not too surprising to learn that he used to be one. What is surprising is that he has made a 180-degree turn in his approach to belief. As a college student at Pepperdine University, he knocked on doors to spread […]

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The Facts about Pleural Mesothelioma

The Facts about Pleural Mesothelioma Pleural mesothelioma is the most common form of mesothelioma by far and accounts for 75% of all mesothelioma cases. Pleural mesothelioma affects the respiratory areas of the body such as the lungs. More specifically, the cancer attacks the lining of the lungs and ribs called the pleura hence the name […]

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Superhuman Senses

Superhuman Senses You have superhuman senses, but you don’t know it yet. You can detect the presence of a tiny speck of anthrax in a vast public space, or count the fish in a 4,000 square mile area. You can hear a gunshot hundreds of yards away and use your super-powerful vision to zoom in […]

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Surviving Your Next Family Vacation

Surviving Your Next Family Vacation With a little bit of preparation and an open mind, you can travel with your family this summer-and survive to do it again. Here are a few helpful hints to consider before hitting the road: • Survive the drive. Take time to plot out a trip that includes preplanned rest […]

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Russian Orphans

Russian Orphans In Russia, you will discover that there are approximately four million children that are classified as orphans. There aren’t enough shelters and orphanages for all of them so many continue to live out on the streets. You will see children of all ages out there doing all they can to survive. Some have […]

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Consumer’s Choice Pork Awards Winners Announced

Consumer’s Choice Pork Awards Winners Announced Today, time-crunched families know the importance of convenience in meal preparation is no longer just a matter of preference, it’s a means of survival. But Americans aren’t willing to abandon the comfort of their favorite slow-cooked flavors in the interest of time. The winners of the recently announced Consumer’s […]

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