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Finding the right wedding favors — neither too cheap nor too grand — can be difficult. With wedding favors, the line between cute and kitsch is hin. If you either can’t or don’t decide to spend money on favors, then you should forego giving anything at all — it’s not necessary. With a little creativity, however, you can probably find or make the perfect favor.
Celebrated Life Coach Tanya Riccobene joins Jill of JKFLASHY and myself on the blog to help you through the holidays
Even if you are excited and in love with your future in-laws it can be difficult to figure out how to fit into this new dynamic during the holiday, Sundays, or even fun days-
Maybe your fiance is struggling with fitting into your family dynamic...maybe you are having a hard enough time fitting into your own
Either way we'll get into with NYC Life Coach Tanya Riccobene, Certified Life Coach Master
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Losing weight can be easy, well easier anyway. You don't have to go it alone and you don't have to just "accept" that you will fail and have to start all over again.
Today, I will give you 4 strategies to help you get going, keep at it and finally succeed at losing the weight AND keeping it off. Learn the "tricks" and how to overcome the pitfalls with these 4 simple steps.
Today is the best day to start!
SHOW NOTES: In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. The topic for this episode is, “If It Was EASY, Everyone Would Do It.”
Definition of EASY-
“: not hard to do : not difficult
: free from pain, trouble, or worry
: not hurried”
Easy. (n.d.). Retrieved June 16, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/easy
Do you expect things to be easy? If so, why? What is the joy in accomplishing something that is easy?
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We cancelled 2/19 Episode due to the unfortunate DDOS attack of blogtalkradio-
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In this podcast you'll get to know Kristen from the blog Easy Taching Tools. Kristen has her Master's Degree in Education as well as her Reading Specialist Certification. She runs Professional Development classes for educators and sells her products on Teachers Pay Teachers. She has a wealth of information to share with us from GoNoodle, Word Study Tips, and how to land your dream teaching job by rocking the interview!
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SHOW NOTES: In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. The topic for this episode is, “Taking college courses online is easy!”
This is a myth. If you already have completed one or more college degrees, it is a myth yet you have a higher probability of success with this modality of college classes (as college classes are not easy whether online or on campus).
Is it “true” that many people are taking online college courses? Yes.
“According to Columbia University’s Community College Research Center, for example, about seven million students — about a third of all those enrolled in college — are enrolled in what the center describes as traditional online courses.” (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/19/opinion/the-trouble-with-online-college.html?_r=0)
If everyone is doing it (i.e., it is popular), it must be easy, right? Wrong.
“Students preferred direct instruction if they expected a course to be difficult, singling out math and science [...]. They also preferred a face-to-face setting when studying subjects they considered interesting or important, especially if the class was in their major. Many of the students said they learned more when the instructor is present.” (http://articles.latimes.com/2013/apr/25/local/la-me-ln-study-online-20130425)
“[C]ourses delivered solely online may be fine for highly skilled, highly motivated people, but they are inappropriate for struggling students who make up a significant portion of college enrollment and who need close contact with instructors to succeed.[…]” (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/19/opinion/the-trouble-with-online-college.html?_r=0)
Prolific and amazing, Pat Simmons' upcoming release No Easy Catch is just one of the many things we'll be discussing tonight!
Chapter 1 excerpt February 2014
St. Louis Cardinals baseball outfielder Rahn Maxwell had made some wrong turns in life—women and money, to name a few—but this wrong turn could prove deadly if the pair of blinding headlights racing toward him didn’t slow down.
He had just left a nightclub in downtown St. Louis, where he had met some friends. A construction sign had instructed him to detour off Interstate 64, and now his GPS attempted to recalculate. The darkness around him was thick as fog.
“Turn around when possible,” his GPS kept advising, as if it sensed danger.
That would be a good idea, but at the moment, he had a more pressing issue. Since there wasn’t time for Rahn to get out of harm’s way, with a car speeding behind him, he braced for impact. Seconds later, the anticipated crash never occurred. An old Camaro shrieked to a halt alongside his pearl gray Mercedes-Benz G550 SUV, blocking his exit. Rahn experienced a bad gut feeling.
The front passenger window of the car descended, and a dark-skinned man wearing dark glasses snarled at him. Brandishing some type of machine gun, he ordered Rahn to lower his window. Great! And he had just declined the dealer’s recommendation of armor-plated protection for his luxury vehicle. Now, Rahn wished he had followed his advice. How come hindsight couldn’t be foresight?
SHOW NOTES: Our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series integrates our financial goals into our development plan for surpassing our goals. We deal with the specific issues we need to explore in order to achieve (and surpass) our financial goals. This specific episode is “Getting ‘Rich’ is Easy. Staying ‘Rich’ is Hard. Why that is and how to beat the odds.”
As we have previously discussed in other programs, wealth is relative. A person will determine if they feel wealthy (or “rich”) based on their upbringing, culture, ethics, religious, spiritual, education, philosophical and political frameworks. If a person has more resources (or appears to have more resources) than other peers, it tends to make them feel wealthy. If a person has less resources (or appears to have less resources) than peers, they feel poor. I have known people who made $2,000 USD a month and felt very wealthy (as their peers made much less on fixed incomes of around $1,000 USD a month). I also have known people who made $60,000 USD a month who felt poor (as their peers made $100,000 USD a month).
Once we have our basic necessities met in life, there is a universal human tendency to judge our economic ‘success’ relative to peer groups. This leads many people to try to spend money to seemingly match their peer behavior (i.e., keeping up with the Joneses). This is a large part of why people who have resources (aka “rich”) do not keep them.
- “On average, 90 percent of lottery winners go through their winnings in five years or less.” (http://bucks.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/12/03/a-financial-plan-for-misbehaving-lottery-winners/?_php
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