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Introducing Heading Out On Your Own: 31 Basic Life Skills in 31 Days Growing up, Dwight D. Eisenhower (yes, Ike again — I couldn’t fit all the great facts about him into our leadership series!) was responsible for many chores around the house and for looking after his younger brothers. When his mother got sick and was quarantined in a room in the house for several months, Ike was responsible for cooking for his whole family — his mother would call directions to him from her bed on how to make the meals (this experience gave Ike a lifelong love of cooking). When Eisenhower graduated from high school, he started working as an engineer in a creamery’s ice plant. He worked 84 hours a week, from six P.M. to six A.M, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year.

Primal Movers “It’s not the daily increase but daily decrease. Hack away at the unessential”. Bruce Lee One of the pleasures about training, as a component of life, is the constant learning process. Bull shit Detection Saturday, November 19, 2005 Constructive Nihilism Complaint Dept: retardo -at- gmail.com I blog as 'HTML Mencken' at Sadly, No! Best Movies to Watch: 100 Must See Movies For Men For whatever reason (most likely the fact that viewing is easier than reading), films don’t seem to get the same kind of cultural respect as books do. Which is a shame because excellent movies can be just as entertaining, mind-expanding, and life changing as good books. Scenes, characters, and quotes from the greatest movies stay with us long after we view them.

The Tools Early-Stage Startups Actually Need to Understand Their Customers After 18 months of struggling to get traction with two product ideas, Segment started its turnaround. What followed was a two-year stretch of growth from four to 60 people, thousands of new customers and $44 million over several rounds of financing. What was the trigger for such a significant inflection point? In the lead up to the sea change, Co-founder and CEO Peter Reinhardt and the team at Segment started to heavily lean into qualitative feedback tools like live chat widget Olark. Neo-Conservatism: The Chart In today’s Washington Post, there’s an extensive chart tracing the history of neo-conservatism from Leo Strauss and Leon Trotsky to the Bush White House (the chart accompanies a review of Jacob Heilbrunn’s new book They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons). The chart manages to pack in a great deal of information in a small space but necessarily simplifies and unnecessarily contains factual errors. A few notes: I don’t think it’s true to say that Ayn Rand was an influence on National Review (she was excoriated in the magazine for her atheism). Equally wrongheaded is describing Winston Churchill as an “early influence” on National Review.

How to Use Eye Contact to Improve Your Business and Love Life In our first post in this two-part series on eye contact, we discussed the importance of eye contact and some of the reasons we don’t always feel comfortable looking someone in the eye. But just because eye contact is a great thing and a vital tool for improving the quality of all your face-to-face interactions with others, doesn’t mean that more eye contact is always better or that all eye contact is created equal. You have to do it right—at the right time and in the right way. An Entrepreneur's Guide to Compliance Understanding your role in compliance and staying ahead of federal regulations is challenging, but it’s infinitely preferable to the fines and other costs associated with non-compliance. Creating a culture of compliance in your organization, even if it’s just you, isn’t something that you can deal with in the future, or assume is the domain of only larger organizations. In the current business climate, every organization, regardless of size, is held accountable for compliance, and regulators are examining compliance plans and policies more closely than ever. As an entrepreneur, what does compliance mean to you? There are a few things that you need to be cognizant of, and if a plan to ensure compliance is not already in place, creating one should be one of your first priorities.

(editorial under Outdoors, not the misspelled "campiing.") I really seem to have trouble with that word! by ricwag1142 Sep 17

Wait a minute here :-) I just looked at that tree and pearl with the intent of changing it. I shouldn't. My editorial under "campiing" already states "Incidently, this is for men and women both." by ricwag1142 Sep 17

I am so sorry! I never meant for that link to exclude women. I usually state that and Didn't this time. Thanks for letting me know. by ricwag1142 Sep 17

Usefull stuff, you understand that not every guy is a men... by lotharfrey Sep 16

Thank you both. I'm starting to see how PearlTrees works and am trying to put in the best of the best. by ricwag1142 Sep 16

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