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12 Stepology is the study of the 12 steps. It all started for me in AA / NA then Ala-non mixed with some ACOA and a little OA for dessert. No pun intended. I use the 12 steps in all aspects of my life and have found the happiness I was looking for in The Drink / The Drug / The Person / The Food / Oh! did I mention Sex.
So I share the 12 Steps, how they work in my life, how ego does not work in my life. The Highs, The Lows,The In Betweens. Other words the path in my recovery to happiness. Have I arrived, Hell! No! But I am on the right path and the journey has improved. My Goal is to share my Experience,Strenth and Hope with as many Peeps possible.
Let The Fun Begin!
In the calm, I find the answer, let's call this a wind down Friday or just a wind down, after a long day of running, not finishing everything we planned for today.
I am going to read a few snippits from different 12 step books share a little bit on them.
RFPs (Request for Proposals) are something you'll definitely have to deal with if you sell to schools, and some RFPs are great opportunities. But, you may have discovered that spending time to react to RFPs can kill your productivity unless you have a policy and set of procedures in place. How can you better manage RFPs from school districts and increase your odds of winning the deals you decide to pursue? Listen to sage advice fro two veterans of K-12 RFP wars -- host Glen McCandless and his special guest, Farimah Schuerman of Academic Business Advisors. They'll spend 15 minutes to unpack this popular topic. And be sure to read the companion article on SellingToSchools.com. Don't miss these great resources!
This week Joe Herzanek discusses Step 6 of the addiction recovery program called the 12 Step program:
Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.
How can I become ENTIRELY READY to have God remove my defects? How does doing Step 6 help to recover from drug and alcohol addiction? Why do so many rehabs use the 12 step program for drug treatment? Why are the 12 steps so key to your recovery from addiction? Step 6, this week on Recovery Now!
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Big 12 Media Days Underway in Dallas
By Bryan Houston and Matthew Postins
Rattleandhumsports.com host Bryan Houston visits with Matthew Postins of College Football America after attending day one of the 2014 Big 12 Conference Football Media Days.
Commissioner Bob Bowlsby announces some rules changes on the horizon that he suggests most people are not going to like. What are they and how do you feel about them?
What does Art Briles feel the Baylor Bears must do to remain the top dog in the confernence after last year's championship?
How does Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury feel about his second season as the head man in Lubbock?
How does TCU head coach Gary Patterson feel about the Horned Frogs chances of bouncing back from a dissapointing 2013?
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You ever get the fuck it's, you know the fuck it's, fuck this, fuck that. Well how about the positive spin on fuck it!
God grant me the serenity to let this go.
Followed by a spiritual reading.
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You may have heard of Random Acts of Kindness, but have you ever tried it? Random Acts of Kindness can spread joy to many people in a short amount of time, because it is contageous. Join us for this episode of The Organic Mind (originally aired 12/24/2013) where we discuss the power of Random Acts of Kindness, how they can lift people up, and plenty of ideas to start spreading love and kindness out in the world.
12 Nov 1914: When the Indians Arrived
The people of the Raj – modern India and Pakistan – were not consulted about their participation in the war. More than 1 million soldiers served overseas in the Indian army – and 75,000 died. By autumn 1914, Indians were on the western front.
It was a curious sight to all of us, French or English, the day when the Indians arrived in a dreary little town of Northern France … Suddenly the Indian Lancers appeared, and the pavement on both sides of the street was at once filled by a crowd of soldiers and civilians watching the procession, as a London crowd will do in Whitehall on the day of the opening of Parliament. In fact, those Indians looked all like kings. The Lancers sat proudly in their saddles, with their heads upright under the Oriental crowns; then came a regiment of Sikhs, walking at a brisk pace, all big and strong men, with curled beards and the wide 'pagri' round the ears; the Pathans followed, carrying on their heads that queer pointed bonnet, the 'kullah,' which reminds one of the warriors seen on old Persian tapestries – a more slender type of men, but equally determined, and with faces at the same time smiling and resolute.
… The day after, we heard that during the night one of the Sikh regiment had had to recapture the trench, which the Germans had taken by surprise, and that their bayonet charge was so tremendous that the enemy did not dare counter-attack. Almost immediately after that feat an order came not to allow the Indians uselessly to expose their lives by walking out of the trenches. The fact was that, in order to show their contempt for death, some Sikhs had refused to hide themselves in the trenches and had immediately drawn a fierce fire on their regiment. Fortunately, they did not insist on playing that sort of game; otherwise the Indian Army Corps would have disappeared.
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“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.”
Whether in business or life, we often walk a fine line between success and failure. Booker T. Washington’s quote highlights the inevitability of challenges on the path to success. In fact, I firmly believe success and failure go hand in hand. If you’re hoping to succeed, you’ve got to fail or learn from those who have.
Join the live EMS Paramedic talk radio show with Jim Hoffman and Dave Brenner this week. Josh may call in and join the crew as a car cast. This week we talk about 24 hour shifts, 12 leads and other great EMS topics.
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Are we seeing the next big internet bubble.
I think so, and its taking the computer industry with it.
Verizon wants to follow you everywhere.
The cellphone company is giving out invisible points to track your movement say they can sell your movements to advertisers.
An app that send the message ‘yo’ has somehow received 1.5 million from investors.
But first some headlines
Are we seeing the end of the 8 hour work day? A state prison in wisconsin aisnow scheduling 12 hour work days in an effort to save money.
Does a University have the right to investigate the claim of rape.
I would say no. That’s for the police. If the rape did occur, an arrest should be made.
male students are now filing lawsuits against Universities, saying they are not being treated equally.
Detroit is talking about cutting back on workers pensions.
All the more reason to never rely on your employer for your retirement.
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