Thursday, 20 April 2017

Get in Early

Jeremy Eveland Get Up Early

Winners get there early, they work late, they work through their lunch hour, they work through their coffee breaks, they work in the evenings, they study on the weekends, they take extra courses. Winners are absolutely determined to win, and they are willing to pay the price.” – Brian Tracy

Think about that quote for a minute.

It take effort to win in life.

Even if you put forth the effort, life can still kick you down.

Even if you do everything that Brian Tracy talks about here, you still might not succeed in the financial sense. You may, but you may not. You can’t predict the future. You don’t know if your boss will fire you. You can’t control the president of the United States or Russia or any other country.

Right now there is turmoil in the world. Threats and statements made against others. It’s easy to get caught up in that. It’s also just as easy to ignore it and put your blinders on and start getting to work.

If your shift starts at 8am, why aren’t you showing up at 7am?

If you are in the accounting industry, what prevents you from taking night classes to further your education?

If you want to win and get ahead in life, you’ve got to put in the effort.

It is not easy.

If success were easy, everyone would be doing it – right?

Then there would be no point in giving it your all.

So, do your best – give it your all – become now the person you desire to be.

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Friday, 14 April 2017

Adversity

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“The quality of your entire personality is affected by how you deal with adversity, how well you keep your chin up.” – Brian Tracy

When I was a kid, I was told by someone that adversity is like fertilizer – it stinks but it helps us grow.

There is truth in that.

There is a lot that people go through in their lives.

Many know that Lincoln failed many times before he became president of the United States. Many know that the most successful people had multiple failures. I, myself, have failed more than I cared to admit. But at some point, you have to pick yourself up and take that failure and learn from it.

Then, when adversity comes (and it will surely come), you grin, put your head down, and go for what it is your want. Because there is no way you can live with yourself and be happy if you don’t push forward through the adversity.

It’s like the plant just starting to grow from a seed. It’s got to push it’s way out of the ground and catch that sunlight to engage in photosynthesis to grow and develop. The same is true for us. We must grow. We must grow through adversity to become who we need to be.

And for all of us, the process does not stop.

It goes on.

When you are ready to grow, call me.

We’ll grow together.

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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Listen

“It is very hard for people to resist someone who is listening to them closely, nodding and smiling and showing obvious interest in what they have to say.” – Brian Tracy

You know, of all the experiences in life, when it comes to success, I always go back to the class I took in High School called “Strategy” – it was taught by Mr. Wendt. Mr. Wendt taught us about success – how to make it on our own, how to be responsible, how to eat healthy, how to budget, how to think like a winner. Of all the classes, his has stuck with me the most. I remember he has us read a book See you at the Top by Zig Ziglar. It had alot of motivational stuff in it, but it seemed to ring true to me. Living a successful authentic life seemed right.

Now, more than 20+ years later, I find myself thinking about the things he taught. Simple things like this quote above. Actually listening to others instead of pretending to listen to them. Smiling because you like them and listening because you really want to hear them.

That’s not just good advise for sales or success – it’s good advise for being a decent and authentic human being.

We are the way we are because that is who we truly want to be. If we wanted to be any different, we would be in the process of changing right now.

Enjoy each days as if it is your last because one day, it will be.

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Friday, 7 April 2017

Exceptional

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“When you truly believe yourself to be an exceptional human being who possesses remarkable capabilities, you will walk and talk and act that way.” – Brian Tracy

Just what makes good managers and also leaders outstanding? Good supervisors and leaders have the capacity to set a clear direction, develop placement and support an unwavering commitment to an efficient and also favorable workplace. But, exactly what will certainly make them remarkable. Following is a list of five practices, mindsets or alignments that makes great supervisors and leaders, remarkable.

1. At The Top Of My List Is Self-awareness.

They have a deep and progressed degree of self-awareness. They comprehend that they are, the best ways to leverage their one-of-a-kind skills and toughness and how to utilize these as imaginative forces at the office as well as in life.

2. They Are Register.

They have the capability to obtain employees and colleagues delighted concerning their suggestions, vision and also the kind of organisational culture they intend to nurture. Getting exhilaration, interest as well as “aliveness” is a vital component of communicating properly, a key leadership capability.

3. Next On My List Is The Capacity To View People As Resourceful.

When managers and leaders run from this position, they hold the assumption of competence in the direction of staff members and also peers. They welcome staff members, coworkers as well as groups to harness their creative thinking and diversity of concepts to add to addressing organizational obstacles and also problems. The result is raised efficiency and positivity within groups and also the organisation all at once.

4. They Have The Capacity To Support Skill.

They ready coaches. In this positioning supervisors and leaders have the belief that each employee has something of worth to contribute to the company. As well as, they have the ability to use those contributions and also the inherent possibility of others through, insightful inquiries, listening, recognition and also via tough projects.

5. As well as lastly, they value purposeful execution and also execution.

They comprehend that the results they accomplish do not depend upon the qualities of a distinct method, but the stability of its execution. They understand that the best strategic goals could not survive poor execution – success is 10% vision and 90% implementation.

You are excel at just what you do. Don’t opt for good. Be phenomenal. You could do that by constantly challenging on your own to be exceptional. Make far better quality decisions, make much better plans, implement better – whatever you do, hold excellence as a standard in all that you do. And, being outstanding enables you to stand tall and also above those who are simply great.

Best of all, you will certainly be much more successful, breakthrough faster and live a richer live.

Profits. If you intend to break through the functional glass ceiling and also excel in your job, become outstanding at exactly what you do. What can you do that is exceptional?

Are you exceptional?

How are you exceptional?

What must you do right now to be exceptional?

Do that now my friend.

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Thursday, 6 April 2017

Original Walt Disney Business Plan

“Learn to love your work and commit yourself to becoming outstanding in your field” – Brian Tracy


This is what the original Walt Disney Business Plan looked like:

Work

Original Walt Disney Business Plan

Now, I’m going to be very honest with you – I look at this and I do not understand it at first glance.

Then, the more I looked at this, the more it made sense.

Nearly everything ties back to the other.

Look at how he has multiple sources of income.

TV, leads to music, which leads to films, which leads to merchandise licensing, which leads to Disneyland, which leads to art sales, which leads to comic strips, and round and round it goes.

It begins with a character and it goes to stories, and it goes on top of each other making money.

Genius.

Right?

What are your thoughts on Walt Disney?

Comments accepted below…

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Sunday, 2 April 2017

Information Overload

In the world we live in right here, right now, things change and move quickly. With change we must be able to act quickly or we are left behind.

Do things change quickly for you or slowly?

Is there an abundance of opportunity for you?

Is there too much information out there?

If you want to accomplish something, how many different ways are there?

Is opportunity everywhere?

If its everywhere, does that contribute to your information overload?

Is there a way to slim down the information so you don’t get overwhelmed and immobilized?

When I have experienced overwhelm, it has been because I try to do too much at the same time. When I take each task, one at a time, and move in sequence, I can accomplish much and I do not have overwhelm.

One step at a time.

First step first.

Second step second.

And continuing until each step is done.

Does this approach help you?

How does it help?

Why does it help?

Are you willing to suspend your unbelief and take action?

It is in the action that the rewards are received.

You will become different from the actions you take.



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Saturday, 1 April 2017

Jeremy Eveland Review

Jeremy Eveland Review

Just in case people out there are wondering what others say about me, I thought it would be good to post a very recent review. This is a review by a former client that I no longer represent. In fact, I started working on this case many years ago and their case has been closed for some time. Yet, here I get this 5 star review on March 30, 2017.

Read it yourself:

“Legal financial problems are frightening, embarrassing, and confusing. We needed to work with someone who understood every aspect of the law, but who also appreciated how it felt to be a consumer in the position we were in. We are beyond grateful to have found Jeremy Eveland and to work with this firm. Everyone we talked to was courteous, knowledgeable, and efficient. There was no time wasted (no frivolous legal billing), and plenty of considerate explanations and direction. Even after our discharge, Jeremy continues to provide us with exemplary service. We wish he practiced every aspect of all law because we don’t want to have to go anywhere else with regard to legal matters! These guys are really the best.” – Heidi B.

The truth is, Heidi and her family are great people. They are a pleasure to serve. I’m really nobody important and nothing in the grand scheme of things. But one thing is true: I like helping people, and I am glad I could help Heidi and her family.

All I can say is: Thank you for your kind and gracious words. They reflect more on how good of person you are than I am.

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84088 United States

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Thursday, 30 March 2017

Oregon Bankruptcy Attorney Launches National Non-Profit Website/Law Firm To Help Seniors

Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 29, 2012

For over 30 years, Eric Olsen has been a successful bankruptcy attorney in the Pacific Northwest. The firm he founded, OlsenDaines, can be found throughout Oregon and the states of Washington, Idaho and Utah. Year after year, he witnessed lots of creditor abuse towards senior citizens and decided to do something about it. Mr. Olsen has now organized and formed, HELPS Nonprofit Law Firm. HELPS, an acronym for Help Eliminate Legal Problems for Seniors and Disabled, was designed to provide legal representation at an absolute minimal cost to any seniors (including poor senior citizens) harassed by creditors, for debts they cannot pay. This, without having to file a bankruptcy. It is available in all 50 states. The exact website address is:

helpsishere.org

According to Mr. Olsen there are over 40 million seniors in the United States and many of these seniors have retired owing debt they cannot pay. Under the law, Mr. Olsen explains, social security, disability and pensions are protected from collection. Nevertheless, seniors are frequently harassed by creditors and go without basic needs such as food, medicine and heat in an attempt to pay debt they can never pay off. Since the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005, bankruptcy has become very expensive. Mr. Olsen says, seniors are often faced with two options; deal with the harassment – or file a bankruptcy they cannot afford.

Now, for a minimal enrollment fee and a maintenance fee that is normally just $20 a month, HELPS Nonprofit Law Firm provides attorney protection. When a senior is represented by an attorney, under the law, contact from collectors by phone and mail must stop.

Its making a big difference in their lives. I want every senior citizen to know, this service is here for them. Now We never turn down a senior that qualifies. We are here to share the burden. These seniors now have a place to go for help.

The HELPS website features senior citizens sharing their real-life harassment experiences. These are stories that hit home with other seniors. We asked our clients if they would be willing to share their experience on video with others, Olsen explains. Many have this overwhelming desire to share their stories with others. They want other seniors to know that help is available, so they dont have to experience what they went through, before they found HELPS. The most common statement I hear is HELPS brought peace back into my life.

To be part of this unique service – go tohttp://www.helpsishere.orgfor easy enrollment. You'll be protected within minutes. Literally

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Jeremy Eveland abogado

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I received a very nice testimonial.

You can watch it here –

Oregon Bankruptcy Attorney Launches National Non-Profit Website/Law Firm To Help Seniors

Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 29, 2012

For over 30 years, Eric Olsen has been a successful bankruptcy attorney in the Pacific Northwest. The firm he founded, OlsenDaines, can be found throughout Oregon and the states of Washington, Idaho and Utah. Year after year, he witnessed lots of creditor abuse towards senior citizens and decided to do something about it. Mr. Olsen has now organized and formed, HELPS Nonprofit Law Firm. HELPS, an acronym for Help Eliminate Legal Problems for Seniors and Disabled, was designed to provide legal representation at an absolute minimal cost to any seniors (including...

This nice client, who speaks Spanish, said some nice things about me and I thought it would be good to share. Some people don’t know that I speak Spanish, but I do. Yo hablo Espanol.

So, the title of the video is Jeremy Eveland abogado.

Watch it and tell me what you think.

Thanks

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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Wasting Time

Wasting Time

Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.

From Ronald Reagan “The Notes” page 214.

Many of you know that from time to time I post a quote on my blog here. I’ve been going through the book called “The Notes” which is the published collection of notes that Ronald Reagan collected on 4″ x 6″ cards that he would regularly use in talks.

Personally, I loathe wasting time.

I find that I have to be doing something constantly.

I hate having nothing to do.

But I ran across this quote and it struck me as being true.

Everyone can get wound up and burned out.

That’s not good.

And when that happens, the best course of action is to waste a little time and get yourself back on track.

Sometimes you just need to have fun or do something wasteful to get back to normal.

Anyway, I saw this and I thought’d you enjoy it.

Hope that helps you in some form or fashion.

Thanks for visiting –

See you next time.

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Friday, 3 March 2017

Sublimest Power

Sublimest Power

“It is not necessary for all men to be great in action; the greatest and sublimest power is often simple patience.”

– Ronald Reagan – “The Notes” p. 162.

Have you ever sat in a room and felt like you needed to talk. That you needed to be heard. That someone should respect you and you should be able to tell your story?

This is one of those things that most people feel in a group or social setting.

They feel like they need to talk to other people.

They want others to care about them.

However, sometimes, the most powerful person in the room is the one who does not have to speak.

It is the person who has simple patience.

They have sublime power.

Because they don’t “need” to talk.

They don’t “need” anything.

You may need something but they don’t.

So how do you cross over?

How do you become the type of person that no longer needs to talk or needs to talk in a group or be “known” – I know there are people who disagree with me, and they are entitled to do so.

I only think that we should be aware of what is nature or insecurity and what is power.

Think about it.

If you want to help create authentic sublime power in your life, you should call Jeremy Eveland. You may be suprised at what you soon discover.

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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Insights

You are the way you are because that’s the way you want to be. If you really wanted to be any different, you would be making a radical change right now.

How to do you find insights?

How do you do thinks that are not obvious to others?

How to you create changes in your life?

At this point, ask yourself how you’re doing on your new year’s resolutions.

Have you achieved your new year’s resolutions?

Why hasn’t the change “stuck”?

Are you now going to start complaining? Will someone give you sympathy for your complaint?

Will the sympathy make you feel better? Does your sympathizer’s reaction keep you trapped in your behaviors that you want to change?

Do you really want to change?

If you “really want” change – take massive action right now.

Now.

Not later.

Not in 5 mintues.

Not later tonight or tomorrow…

Right

Now.

Do you really want change?



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Monday, 20 February 2017

Positive Expectancy

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Positive Expectancy is something that I don’t think I’ve heard before. No one is talking about it (that I’m aware of).

Seems to me that most people are stuck in the “rat race” or another form of thinking that they avoid positive thinking because they don’t believe it will happen.

Norman Vincent Peale has passed away and no one has picked up that positive thinking preaching (that I know of).

But I read this quote from Brian Tracy – he said:

“Approach your life with an attitude of positive expectancy. Make the decision to remain calm, happy, and positive no matter what happens.”

I like that idea.

I like the idea that you can be happy by yourself, alone, with someone else, with a million others, or just a few.

I like the idea that all hell can break loose around you, and you can be like a winter’s morning – calm and screne.

I like the idea that nothing outside of you can alter or affect you. Period.

Unless you let it in.

I’d like to think that I am the only one who let’s in good things.

That everything negative I let go of and let it go.

I wish I was that way.

I am not that way – not completely.

But I want to be.

It takes time.

Patience.

Practice.

You can get there.

Try it today and let me know how it goes.

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Thursday, 16 February 2017

Foundation of Self Confidence

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The real foundation of self-confidence is living a life consistent with your innermost values and principles while thinking and acting in harmony with your highest aspirations. – Brian Tracy

Some people would read this quote and say, oh yeah, he’s talking about integrity. Well, kind of. Yes, you need to have integrity, but it would be so much more POWERFUL if you not only had integrity, but you moved higher. Became more.

Let me give an example.

You and I (and probably the whole world for that matter) believes that exercise and eating healthy is important for a long life. Yet, most people do not eat healthy. Most people do not exercise on a regular basis.

Why is that?

Why do people KNOW something yet not ACT on it.

This is why the idea that knowledge is power is bunk. You can know it all, but if you never act on the knowledge it doesn’t do anything for you.

My recommendation to you: take action.

Yes, learn all you can but act on what you learn.

Make sure that it is in harmony with your highest aspirations!
Make sure you know it is right.
How do you know? Test. Try it out. If it’s not, you’ll get feedback telling you “no.”

But for heaven’s sake, don’t waste your life watching T.V. or movies or netflix or whatever. Accomplish something great – you can do it! You are here to make a difference. Go and do it.

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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Fortune Teller

We are continually acting as our own fortune-tellers by the way we talk to ourselves about how we think things will turn out in our lives. – Brian Tracy

You and I both know that we need to have good conversations with ourselves.

Sometimes we all get down.

It’s not good.

Depression doesn’t work.

Life can be hard.

We need to look at the good in life and press forward.

We need to do more than has been done in the past.

We need to be better, think smarter, work harder.

… and then we explode because it is so hard.

Stop

For

A

Moment.

Breathe.

You got this.

You can do it.

One step at a time…

How do you eat an elephant?

One bite at a time.

Just do that one thing.

And when that is done, move to the next.

Don’t multi-task.

Just do the one thing.

That’s it.

You got this.

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Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Goals

Goals

goals

Everyone talks about goals, but few people have them.

Most people just have wishes. You know, they have desires.

But they don’t have goals.

Goals must be written down to be real.

Did you write down your goals?

If you did, go read them now.

If you didn’t, go write them down now.

Go.

Do it.

Now.

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Friday, 10 February 2017

Tax Lawyers in Virginia "Best of the Best" Awarded to Reiter Law Firm for Excellence by Follow Media Consulting, Inc.

Washington DC (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

The Reiter Law Firm was awarded the Best of the Best designation for excellence by Follow Media Consulting, Inc. in the category of Tax Attorney in Virginia and Tax Lawyers in Virginia. This award signifies the continued commitment and dedication of the areas best in providing legal assistance on tax related cases and issues.

The Reiter Law Firm is a Virginia based law firm that helps clients handle serious tax issues and properly plan their financial future to avoid problems in the first place. With over a decade of legal experience working for the U.S. government and on behalf of military families, Virginia tax attorney Richard Reiter knows how to stand by, negotiate and fight for his clients. The firm is passionate about timely service, direct and clear communication, seeking creative solutions and creating meaningful results for clients.

Mr. Reiter possesses extensive experience in both criminal and civil litigation. He has over eleven years of legal experience as a civilian attorney and an Air Force Judge Advocate. He has led teams of attorneys and paralegals in complex litigation, as both a prosecutor and defense attorney. In addition, Mr. Reiter has aided hundreds of military families in estate planning and tax preparation.

Tax problems are often complex, can span multiple years, may involve multiple government agencies and can even turn criminal. The best advocates for people with tax problems know how the government works, know tax laws inside and out, know how to negotiate and are not afraid to fight. Virginia tax attorney Richard Reiters experience and advanced education make him ideally suited for tax law cases and estate planning.

Mr. Reiter is licensed to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia and Colorado. In addition, he is a member of the bar of the United States Tax Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. He earned his J.D., with honors, from the George Washington University Law School in 2001.

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Clear Values

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The personal benefit of having clear values is vastly superior to have no values or unclear values.

Do you have clear values?

What are your values?

What is most important to you in your life?

Tax Lawyers in Virginia "Best of the Best" Awarded to Reiter Law Firm for Excellence by Follow Media Consulting, Inc.

Washington DC (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

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The Reiter Law Firm is a Virginia based law firm that helps clients handle serious tax issues and properly plan their financial future to avoid problems in the first place. With over a decade of legal experience working for...

Do your values change?

Have your values changed over time?

Do you have wisdom now that you did not have before?

When did you last write down your values?

When did you review your core values?

Why is it you do what you do?

Is it time to re-evaluate?

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Thursday, 9 February 2017

Lifelong Learning

Commit yourself to lifelong learning. The most valuable asset you’ll ever have is your mind and what you put into it. – Brian Tracy

Do you like to learn?

Do you enjoy learning?

Is learning fun? For you is it fun?

What makes it fun? If you don’t think learning is fun, what can you do to change that?

Are you a lifelong learner?

What is it like to learn all the time?

What are you learning today?

What knowledge do you have now that you did not have yesterday?

What book are you reading?

Why are you reading it?

How does it help you now?

What is your learning goal?

Are you better today than you were yesterday?

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Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Self Confidence

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Self confidence is the hinge upon which turns the gate of individual achievement. – Brian Tracy

Think about that … SELF CONFIDENCE.

Do you believe in yourself?

Do you believe you can do it?

Yes, Henry Ford was right when he said – whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.

And so it is.

If you can muster the self confidence, you can do it.

I know you can because I’ve done it myself in my life.

And you can do it to.

Believe in yourself and watch the world move.

You can achieve that which you seek.

Focus and concentrate on it.

Etch out a plan.

Take action.

It’s all heart.

It’s all you.

Go for it and see what happens.

What do you have to lose?

Nothing.

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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Great Confidence

With greater confidence in yourself and your abilities, you will set bigger goals and make bigger plans and commit yourself to achieving objectives that today you only dream about. – Brian Tracy

What are you doing to achieve success?

What are your goals?

How are you doing so far this year?

January is over and we’re in February now.

Have you made any progress?

If you have made progress how do you know?

How do you know if you are achieving your goals?

What is your next step? Be honest with yourself.

Success takes massive action. What action are you taking now?

Schedule your plan.

Put it on your calendar.

And then move toward it.

Get it done.

Go. Do. Something.



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Monday, 6 February 2017

How Much You Earn

“You can never earn in the outside world more than you earn in your own mind.” – Brian Tracy

The Time Is Now

How much money do you make?

How much do you earn in your own mind?

What actions are you going to take right now — this very second — to increase your earning ability and your actual earnings?

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Saturday, 4 February 2017

Key to Success

The Key to Success is to develop a winning edge. – Brian Tracy

Jeremy Eveland

What is a winning edge?

What is is about you that is unique and different?

Whatever is unique and different about you is what you need to focus on because it is what will bring to you success.

Find it.

Focus on it.

Love it.

Embrace it.

And move forward to success.

Massive action on your wining edge will bring you the success you seek.

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Friday, 3 February 2017

Goals

When you set a goal, you program it into your subconscious; then the subconscious takes on a power of its own and starts moving you rapidly toward its goal. – Brian Tracy

Do you have goals?

What is it you want?

How do you get what you want?

Have you repeated over and over and over again inside your mind what it is that you want?

Have you “programmed” your subconsicous mind?

Are you moving towards what it is that you want?

How’s it going?

If you haven’t moved forward – now is the time.

Take action now!

Go do it!

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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Making Changes

What you learn and understand, you remember.

– Wyatt Woodsmall

How do you learn best? Do you learn best by doing something?

Do you engage all of your senses in what you are doing?

Do you see it, smell it, taste it, touch it, and feel it?

Is there a “sixth sense”?

If so, what is it? If it is there, how do you tap into it?

Is it necessary to learn something?

How do you go about understanding something?

Do you have to repeat things several times to understand them?

Is the quote above correct? If you learn and understand will you remember it?

Does this change anything in your life?

Is there something to apply here?

What is it you need to apply? How fast can you do it?



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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Who Do You Work For?

The biggest mistake we could ever make in our lives is to think we work for anybody but ourselves. – Brian Tracy

Do you go to work?

Are you employed by a big corporation?

Or do you work for yourself?

Might I suggest that you should always work for yourself.

Why?

Because you are in charge of you.

You should be developing yourself, your skills and your abilities.

Everything that you do should be, in some degree, to make yourself, or the world, better.

Improvement.

Isn’t that the aim?

Does rest and relaxation help you improve?

Does working your hardest help you improve?

What should you be doing right now? Right here?

Go – do that – now.



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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Becoming Great

Great men and women are those who absolutely believe that hey are put on earth to do something wonderful with their lives.

– Brian Tracy

Have you taken the time to decide who you are?

Who are you really?

Are you the person your parents wanted you to be or are you the person you want to be?

Who decides what you will do?

Who decides where you will go?

Is there, anyone other than you, that controls you?

You are in charge of you.

You decide what you will do with your life.

You decide whether you are going to be great or whether you are going to fail.

By your action.

By your own decisions.

You get to decide, regardless of everything else around you, who you will be.

It starts with a decision.

It starts with you deciding who you want to be.

Once the decision is made, then you must take action to accomplish it.

If you want to lose 10 pounds and you’ve made that decision, get to work.

If you want to be a millionaire and you’ve made that decision, get to work.

Whatever it is you can do it, the question is whether you really do want it or not.

And that, my friend, will be determined by what you do.



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Monday, 23 January 2017

Resilience

Go to bed early and get a good night’s sleep so you feel great in the morning and have resilience.

– Brian Tracy

What is resilience?

Is it toughness?

Is it the ability to bounce back?

Is it you ability to overcome difficulties in life?

Will you have difficulties in your life?

Will friends abandon you?

Will you lose in business or employment?

Will you not fail at something at some point in your life?

How important will it be for you to bounce back?

How quickly will you be able to do it?

Will you choose to do it now?

The longer you hang on to the baggage the more difficult it will be.

So bounce back now.

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Saturday, 21 January 2017

Snow, Lots of Snow…

snow day

I woke up this morning to snow.

Lots of snow.

I had the though cross my mind – I should go back to sleep. I don’t need to get on the treadmill and exercise. Then the though appeared in my mind – LAZY – and it occurred to me that I wanted to be anything but lazy.

So, even though it was a snow day. Even though I had the thought to get back in the warm bed and go back to sleep.

I put off that foolish notion and I got out of bed and hit the treadmill.

I’m glad I did.

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Thursday, 19 January 2017

Ups and Downs

ups and downs in life

You will have many ups and downs in life, but what is most importantis that you remain true to yourself. The starting point of developing a high level of self-confidence is to think through and decide upon your values. – Brian Tracy

Sometimes we hate it.

The ups and downs of life.

But the truth is – we would go bat-crazy if we didn’t have some type of variety or change going on.

When we are truly stagnate in life, we fail.

We must be climbing the mountain.

We must progress.

If we go back or sit still, we fail.

So, how are you moving forward?

Have you picked yourself up yet?

Have you taken responsibility for your life and moved forward?

What are you doing with your time?

Which mountain have you chosen to climb?

If you are in school, what are you doing when you’re not in school or studying?

If you have a job, what are you doing when you clock out?

Ups and downs come to us all.

No one is exempt (even if you think they are) —

The best thing about it, is what you DO with it.

Take it and run!

Now, stop reading this blog and do something great!

All great achievement begins with just 1 step. Take the step now.

Begin.

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West Jordan, Utah
84088United States

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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq., Disability Rights Attorney, is Honored by State Council on Developmental Disabilities

Trenton, NJ (PRWEB) May 15, 2014

Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq., has been honored by the New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities with the organizations highest honor, The Lifetime Achievement Advocacy Award.

Mr. Hinkle, a resident of Titusville, New Jersey, is a founding partner of Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, attorneys at law, a private firm with offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Since 1974, he has been representing the interests of people with developmental disabilities and their families.

I am deeply humbled by this honor, said Mr. Hinkle. The Council does such important work for the disability community.

The first director of New Jerseys Office of the Public Advocate, Division of Advocacy for the Developmentally Disabled, Mr. Hinkle has tried a number of precedent-setting disability-law cases affecting the legal and civil rights of people with intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy and other conditions.

He has fought tirelessly for the rights of individuals to access services, to receive equal treatment under the law, and to live in communities of their choosing, said Thomas Baffuto, Executive Director of the Arc of New Jersey.

Mr. Hinkle has served on the Board of Directors for a variety of non-profit organizations, including United Cerebral Palsy Associations, the Arc of New Jersey, Autism New Jersey, Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of New Jersey (PLAN-NJ), Easter Seals, the Alzheimers Association and NAMI NJ. He is currently serving as president of the Autism New Jersey Foundation.

He holds a JD from Rutgers University and a LL.M. in Taxation from Temple University. He is a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar, the American Association for Justice, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He has been a consultant to Rutgers Universitys Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the New Jersey Commission on Bioethics. A widely published writer and lecturer, Hinkle is also an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers Law School, Camden, where he teaches trusts and estates, and estate planning.

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Blogs I recomend…

There are a few blogs that I recommend.

If you are interested in divorce in Utah, I think you should look at:

http://www.lawyerdivorceutah.com

Mike Anderson does at least a post a week about divorce questions that he encounters. Some are very factual and straight-forward and others are on the funny / light side.

Hope you enjoy his stories and information.

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Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Attorney Michael J. Fleming Joins Wendt Goss, P.C.

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) September 26, 2012

Wendt Goss, P.C. welcomed Michael J. Fleming to the firm this month. Mr. Fleming is an experienced personal injury advocate. Like Wendt Goss, he is dedicated to helping accident victims recover financial compensation for injuries sustained because of someone elses carelessness of negligence. Before working at the firm, Mr. Fleming focused his legal efforts on helping victims of automobile, commercial trucking, premises liability electric shock, and breach of contract. Additionally, he has experienced working with bad faith claims against insurance companies and improper deductions against oil and gas producers. He has appeared in front of the Kansas and Missouri Court of Appeal.

Mr. Fleming has a reputation for effective and aggressive personal injury advocacy a reputation thats built on successful cases and a dedication to his work. In 2007, he resolved a $22,000,000 brain injury cases for a mans family after the young man came in contact with a power line and suffered a serious head injury (Willis v. Plate Clay Electric Coop, Case No. 03-CV84857, Platte County, Missouri). This case was the largest settlement resolved in Missouri that year. Mr. Fleming is a member of the Kansas and Missouri state courts, the United States District court of Kansas and Western District of Missouri. He is also a member for the Kansas Association for Justice, Kansas Bar Association, Johnson County Bar Association of Trial Attorneys, and a number of other organizations.

Mr. Fleming graduated from Creighton University received his law degree from Washburn School of Law in Topeka, Kansas. At Wendt Goss, he will continue to represent injury victims in a variety of personal injury practice areas. The firm is ready to help clients in a multitude of cases, including airplane, bicycle, boating, bus and car accidents. In the past, the firm has helped clients resolve medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, premises liability and motor vehicle accident settlements many of which involved hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlements.

The attorneys at Wendt Goss as dedicated to helping clients. With a reputation for assertive and effective legal advocacy, the lawyers at the firm are well-versed in dangerous drugs, dog bit, drowning accident, workers compensation and wrongful death cases. With year of experience behind them, the lawyers at the firm can help victims of any type of injury in Kansas City and the surrounding areas. To learn more about Wendt Goss, P.C. and Mr. Fleming, visit the firms website at http://www.WendtGoss.com.

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The Corpus Christi Wrongful Death Attorneys at Grossman Law Offices Re-launch Website to Reflect Changing Legal Landscape

Corpus Christi, TX (PRWEB) June 21, 2013

Due to the changing legal landscape in Corpus Christi, the personal injury attorneys at Grossman Law Offices have re-launched their website to reflect and convey up-to-date information.

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Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) September 26, 2012

Wendt Goss, P.C. welcomed Michael J. Fleming to the firm this month. Mr. Fleming is an experienced personal injury advocate. Like Wendt Goss, he is dedicated to helping accident victims recover financial compensation for injuries sustained because of someone elses carelessness of negligence. Before working at the firm, Mr. Fleming focused his legal efforts on helping victims of automobile, commercial trucking, premises liability electric shock, and breach of contract. Additionally, he has experienced working with bad faith claims against insurance companies and improper deductions against oil and gas producers. He has appeared...

For example, Corpus Christi has become a hub for shipping and transportation, and because of this, commercial accidents are on the rise. To reflect this shift, the new website boasts topical articles about the ramifications of more commercial vehicles, like 18-wheelers, on the road.

Corpus Christi wrongful death attorney Michael Grossman commented on the updated website, Because they are somewhat uncommon, many wrongly associate a trucking accident with a car accident. In reality, they are very different entities. So with this changing landscape in the Corpus Christi-area, we wanted the public to have relevant and directed information about these types of events.

The remodeled website does not only focus on commercial accidents however. With the summer season now here, tourism also increases in Corpus Christi. The unfortunate truth of this transition is that car accidents and drunken driving accidents increase as well.

Attorney Grossman continues, Its unfortunate, but in the span of over two decades practicing in the Corpus Christi-area, weve litigated several drunken driving accidents. While we certainly take an aggressive approach towards the driver, in Texas, a bar or restaurant can also share some of the culpability as well. This can be a foreign concept to some, so we took the opportunity with this redesign to educate our visitors on all the ramifications of these accidents.

Indeed this is apparent in the Drunk Driving Accidents section of the site, with articles on the liability of other entities beyond that of the drunken driver, drunk driving laws in Texas (as developed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code), and what is legally required of licensed alcohol providers.

For more information on drunken driving accidents, trucking accidents, or the consequences of injuries sustained in a maritime accident, please refer to http://www.injurylawyerscorpuschristi.com.

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Absolutely Convinced

If you are absolutely convinced that you were meant to be a great success in life and that there is nothing in the world that can stop you from achieving great things as long as you persist, you will become an irresistible force of nature. – Brian Tracy

Are you convinced of your abilities?

Do you believe in yourself?

What are you destined for?

Are you creating your own destiny?

The Corpus Christi Wrongful Death Attorneys at Grossman Law Offices Re-launch Website to Reflect Changing Legal Landscape

Corpus Christi, TX (PRWEB) June 21, 2013

Due to the changing legal landscape in Corpus Christi, the personal injury attorneys at Grossman Law Offices have re-launched their website to reflect and convey up-to-date information.

For example, Corpus Christi has become a hub for shipping and transportation, and because of this, commercial accidents are on the rise. To reflect this shift, the new website boasts topical articles about the ramifications of more commercial vehicles, like 18-wheelers, on the road.

Corpus Christi wrongful death attorney Michael Grossman commented on the updated website, Because they are somewhat uncommon, many wrongly associate a trucking accident...

What are you doing when you have free time?

Are you binge watching TV shows on netflix or are you learning a new skill, language or moving your dreams forward?

We all have the same 24 hours in the day.

The question is – what are you doing with yours?

Take a moment and convince yourself, right now, that you will be a great success here and now.

You do that.

Then, take action.

Take a step forward.

With each step forward, you will be able to take more steps forward. Each step will be easier than the prior one.

Eventually, you will reach your goal.

Keep going.

Don’t quit.

Don’t give up.

You’re on your way.

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Monday, 16 January 2017

Attorneys.org Releases Expanded Attorney Directory and Attorney Search

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Martin Luther King Day 2017

Martin Luther King Jr 2017

“The time is always right to do what is right.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

I love this quote from Martin Luther King Jr. The saying is true.

I know some might not agree with me, but I believe I know, in a small way, what it is like to be persecuted because of the color of one’s skin.

I am a white male. I grew up in a middle class family. Or, at least, I thought I was middle class. Looking back now, we were probably below middle class at times. My father struggled without work from time to time. Somehow we always made it through.

When I was 19 years old I served a mission for my church.

I lived in Mexico for nearly 2 years.

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During that 2 year period, I learned to speak Spanish.

I came to a point where I felt that I was Mexican. I did not see myself as different than those I lived with, lived around, and spoke with.

Then there came a moment when I realized I was being treated differently.

I hailed a taxi (as was the common practice) and I was quoted a higher fare than was normal.

I knew the fare was higher because I had been paying a lower fare for the same trip for some time.

I asked why the high price. I was told because I was a rich gringo.

Now, I was somewhat taken aback by this treatment because I felt just like the taxi driver. I felt as Mexican and one can feel. I took taxis and buses, I lived among them, I spoke their language, yet, because of the color of my skin (and perhaps my white shirt and tie), I was called a rich gringo.

I told him that I was his countryman and if I removed the tie, what the price would be. He lowered it to slightly above the normal fare.

Not being the best haggler, I accepted the offer and my companion and I boarded the taxi and were off to our destination.

I know this small example pales in comparison to how some others were treated throughout many years and generations. I hope never to perpetuate discrimination. I believe Martin Luther King Jr. did a good work. I believe the man he was named after, Martin Luther the reformer, did a good work as well.

We ought to remember them and we all ought to fight for what we believe to be true and right.

We are all equal. We ought to treat each other equally because we are.

I have thought of my experience in Mexico. It reminds me to be kinder to others.

Although I know I fall short, very short, I need to keep trying.

May you enjoy the successes that come to you for fighting for what you know is right.

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Sunday, 15 January 2017

Be Patient With Yourself

Stephen Covey once said:

“Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it’s holy ground. There’s no greater investment.”

Patience is difficult.

We all want to have results right here, right now.

We need to make changes. We can all mentor ourselves and make things better. We can do more and be more than before.

There is nothing more important than working on ourselves to make ourselves better.

Pick one area and make that better.

Then, move forward and upward.

Don’t quit.

You really can do it.

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Friday, 13 January 2017

Good Listening

“People from every walk of life can dramatically increase their effectiveness by building the trust and rapport that only comes from good listening.” – Brian Tracy

I agree with this. I’ve been asked before about listening.

I hope that people think of Jeremy Eveland or they look at Jeremy Eveland Facebook page or consider the things I have said or done that they will think I am a good listener.

But the truth is, sometimes I’m not a good listener.

Sometimes, I find myself deep in thought and not able to see the other side.

I think that this behavior is handicapping.

I think I need to be a better listener.

I don’t know anyone, myself included, who can do better at listening.

I will do better today to listen to others. Show empathy and express love towards others.

I invite you to do the same.

We call can do it.

We all have it within ourselves to listen and understand rather than to judge and express disdain, hate, or anger.

If we can listen, truly listen, not just hear the words of others, we can show them that we care.

Do you care?

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Thursday, 12 January 2017

Living in Truth

“Living in truth means that you never stay in a situation that makes you unhappy or that you feel is wrong for you for any reason.” – Brian Tracy

Living in Truth can be difficult because we as human are complex beings. We aren’t like the mythical Vulcans from Star Trek. We don’t just think logically and take the logical choice each and every time. Our emotions regularly play a role in what we do, in addition to our culture and our moral values.

To live in truth as stated here can be difficult. For example, I have a friend who must see things through. He cannot start something without finishing it. So, even though it will make him unhappy, or tired, or frustrated, he still does it.

Does that mean that my friend is not living in truth?

I’m not sure.

What do you think?

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Monday, 9 January 2017

Truly Honest Person

A truly honest person realizes that there is no such thing as something for nothing. There is no easy way to be successful. – Brian Tracy

Indeed, there are no short cuts.

Even though we want a short cut, there is only one true way to succeed – hard work and alot of it.

There is no silver bullet.

Even though we want a one-shot answer – there is no silver bullet to solve the problem you have. There are many different methods that can be employed to resolve the situation, but only a few will take action.

Will you take action?

When will do you do it?



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Jeremy Eveland

Who is Jeremy Eveland anyway?

Author? Yes, authored 3 books and several articles.

SEO expert? Yes, ranked hundreds of videos and pages.

Dad? Yes, 4 children.

Of all the things Jeremy Eveland has done and seen, the most important to him is his little family.

We should all love our families more than anything else.

We should all care for them and help them.

In the end, our lives matter very little compared to the good we can do to and for others.

Jeremy Eveland

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Saturday, 7 January 2017

Ronald Reagan – The Notes

The truth must be repeated again and again because error is constantly being preached round about us. And not only by isolated individuals but by the majority. In the newspapers and encyclopedias, in the schools and Universities everywhere error is dominant, securely and comfortable ensconced in public opinion which is on its side. — Goethe Letter to Eckerman, 1828

Found in The Notes p. 79.

So, I’ve been reading The Notes, which is a collection of handwritten notes that Ronald Reagan kept. The book is essentially a quote book that has thoughts about different matters that were important to Ronald Reagan.

This one caught my attention.

I think Goethe had it right. I believe that the truth must be taught over and over and over again. We all forget things … even those things that are true and important. We must continually be on the search for knowledge and truth.

How do you go about it?

How do you approach it?

How do you find it?

You should think deeply about these things.



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Thursday, 5 January 2017

Time Blocking

Blocking Out Time So You Can Focus and Get “stuff” Done Is Essential To Success.

It’s true.

If you want to get something done you must take the following steps:

1. Turn off the TV, radio or anything that could distract you.

2. Turn off your phone.

3. Put your office phone on DND (do not disturb).

4. Close your door. (if necessary, put a note on your door to not knock or disturb you – aka “go away!”

5. Close out of all applications you’re not using.

6. Then get to work.

This process has always worked for me.

I believe it will work for you.

Give it a try and see what happens.

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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Self Confidence

Self-confidence is the hinge upon which turns the gate of individual achievement.

That quote is from Brian Tracy. Brian has had many good thoughts which have benefited me throughout the years.

My question to you is how do you increase self confidence?

What can you do not to increase your self confidence?

I’ve got an idea.

I think if you have something that needs to get done, take action and get it done. Put in the time and the effort right now and you will increase your self confidence. In fact, I’m willing to be that if you take that action toward what it is that you want, you will increase your confidence like nothing else.

We all think.

We all have different thoughts.

We all have dreams and desires.

But only a few of us actually take action to achieve them.

Be one of the few.

Take action.

Relentless action.

And you will achieve what it is you set out to do.

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Monday, 2 January 2017

Conversion Code

Jeremy Eveland is known for having a quote or 2 to share. I really like this one:

“Winners get there early, they work late, they work through their lunch hour, they work through their coffee breaks, they work in the evenings, they study on the weekends, they take extra courses. Winners are absolutely determined to win, and they are willing to pay the price.” – Brian Tracy

There is an absolute truth set forth in this quote.

It is simple – it is this: If you want to win, you simply need to pay the price to win, and you will.

There isn’t anything that you can’t overcome if you are willing to put the time in to be successful.

Successful people are successful because they live their life in a successful way.

There isn’t an excuse that you come up with that can stop you if you are committed to succeed.

I know you can do.

So, what are you waiting for?

Take action now!

Here’s to a New Year of success!



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Sunday, 1 January 2017

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goldman has done research on emotional intelligence.

We can control our emotions.

There are 4 things:

1. how to know your emotions.
2. how to calibrate yourself.
3. how to calibrate other people’s emotions.
4. how to control other people’s emotions.

We think we can’t control our emotions. This simply isn’t true. We can.

We just never learn how to control our emotions.

I don’t know of any school where they teach this.

We need to learn how to control our emotions.

This can be one of the most important things we learn about in life.

This helps you have a better understanding of what is going on in the world. When you do this, you can make better decisions. You can learn to focus and accomplish what it is your want. Your mind and emotions can be used to assist you in this.



from
http://jeremyeveland.com/emotional-intelligence/