July 2009 Blog Posts (6)

Code For Adding Missing Children Applet To Your Blog/Profile/Website

For those who'd like to help bring more eyes to the cause of missing children, here's the code to add to your profile here on My Linking Power Forum or to your own blogs or web sites:



By the way: Linking Eyes To Find Missing Children is inspired by the efforts of Sheilah Etheridge: http://mylinkingpowerforum.ning.com/profile/SheilahEtheridge


Vincent… Continue

Added by Vincent Wright on July 29, 2009 at 1:29am — No Comments

The Week Ahead July 27 – July 31

Monday: June new home sales

Tuesday: July consumer confidence, May Case-Shiller home prices

Wednesday: June durable-goods orders, Federal Reserve beige book.

Thursday: Weekly initial jobless claims

Friday: 2nd Quarter GDP

Larson note: I promised you a good statistic week last week and bingo, you got it, heck we even got a an added bonus of a no hitter perfect game pitched by Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox’s. The Dow… Continue

Added by Howard Larson on July 27, 2009 at 12:18pm — No Comments

If Discipline Creates Brilliance, What Does The Lack Of Discipline Create?

There are two great things I enjoyed practicing when I was younger: saxophone and hatha yoga.

Candidly, I started practicing hatha yoga so that it could help me become a better saxophonist. (Just 4 months before my 20th birthday, I started practicing yoga to improve my breathing capacity, digital flexibility, and digital strength)

Indeed, as I reflect on the deepest periods of practice, practice didn't feel like practice, at all!

Discipline wasn't something… Continue

Added by Vincent Wright on July 20, 2009 at 9:00pm — 2 Comments

Are Food Banks Evil??? (Fourteen Reasons Why They May Be)

Here's a question most people who know me probably would never expect me to ask: "Are food banks evil?"

Let me make a simple case:

If segregating the water fountains people used to drink from, if segregating the bathrooms, the swimming pools, schools, housing, churches, golf courses, restaurants and all other community areas people use is societally *evil* then, why is it that segregating the places where people get their food not evil, too?

Please think…


Added by Vincent Wright on July 13, 2009 at 2:30am — No Comments

New Graduates: Valuable Tips to Use throughout Your Career

Reposted by The ResumeWonders Blog

For the past year college students have been hearing and probably feeling first hand the effects of the economy. Student loans are harder to get, interest rates are higher, available internships are down 20%, and stats on the staggering number of new graduates still unemployed leaves little to get excited about. So, what can new graduates do that will help them get ahead of other 2009… Continue

Added by Kris Plantrich on July 7, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

A Fighting Spirit (or Where's The Quality Care In Rushing The Dying Into Eternity?)

The social worker said to me "It would be nice if she could just let go."

She said this - with the best of intentions - in reference to my mother who has been struggling with multiple myeloma since being diagnosed with it eight years ago.

Ordinarily, this statement would not have caught my attention except that I had recently cautioned a friend about her penchant to rush through traffic.

We rush, we rush, we rush!…


Added by Vincent Wright on July 7, 2009 at 9:00am — 5 Comments

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