Give me a break by Hugh Culver
This is a must read for anyone who wants to manage their time!
Part I- “It’s about time” is about getting real about where your time is spent.
Part II-“Systems” planning, interruptions, meetings, email, clutter.
Part III- “Habits”
Part IV- “This is the time”
There are worksheets to help you along your journey to manage your time.
- I learned how to read faster by choosing a quiet place, be awake, committed to it
- Read the Table of Contents
- Read the fist paragraph, subheadings the last paragraph
- Read with device to move your fingers along quicker down the page
- Skip words that are common
You are the master of your time and not a victim of other people’s agenda.
Busyness keeps you away from being present in the moment.
This is a thought provoking book that needs to be soaked up like a sponge especially is you procrastinate. The website gives free worksheets to print out too! Let me know if you like it, I did.
© 2013 Jackie Paulson
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Tagged Business, Clean Air Act, Culver, Culver City California, Hugh Culver, Los Angeles, postaday, Table of contents, United States
Title: Estate and Financial Planning for People Living with COPD
Author: Martin M. Shenkman, MBA, JD
Publisher: DemosHealth, Demos Medical Publishing, LLC
Publisher Address: 11 West 42nd St, 15th floor New York, N.Y. 10036
Price: $21.95 US DOLLARS
Publication Date: 2013
Reviewed by Jackie Paulson © 2012
Headline: What is Estate and financial planning for COPD?
This book covers the question, “why a book on planning for people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)?” COPD is one of the most common lung disease and it has a profound impact on those living with it, their families, loves ones, and caregivers. It covers; estate, financial, planning, health finances and it tells you how. Each chapter is extensively covered and gives a summary at the end of each section of chapter.
Did you know that COPD is misunderstood and that more woman than men is being diagnosed at the ages of 45-64? Most persons with COPD lose their jobs, careers, businesses and hurt financially which affects their retirement. This all needs to be considered when planning for the future of those affected by COPD.
This is a must read book when COPD is occurring. Mr. Shenkman does an excellent job of providing the tools and techniques for people and their financial advisors with this dreaded disease. It is very easy to read and a helpful resource to keep on your shelves or give to someone whom may be dealing with COPD.
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Tagged book reviews, Business, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Conditions and Diseases, COPD, Health, Respiratory Disorders, Support Groups, United States
Jump-Start Guide by Margaret Cook
For a start up online Business
If you are looking to create an additional source of income, then this
is a first step guide on how to do that in the most exact terms.
Without spoiling the book I wish to
write out the basics and when you read the book all of the information
you will need is provided.
1. Have an Idea List
Write out the things you know a lot about
Write out the things people ask you about
What items do you have a lot of hanging around the house that
could be used to sell?
2. Make it your goal to make extra income and start doing just that.
3. Create a Goal in writing and do your reserach.
4. List your budget (the book gives a great worksheet to guide you with).
5. Brainstorm names for your company, service or products you want to sell.
6. Register your own domain name
7. Get your own hosting
8. Create your website with the suggestion that wordpress.org is
really easy to use and sto start out your business with
9. Use the Plug ins or learn them
10. Set up a pay pal account and or a google checkout account
11. Print on demand list of reserouces
12. Create your own business cards-us vista print for them as it is
the cheaptest and easierst and fastest way to get your business going.
Matthew 6:33 ” But seek first the kingdom of Christs righteiousness,
and all these things will be tgiven to you as well.”
I wish to thank the author Margaret Cook, M.Ed, L.P.C. whom is a
licensed professional cuonserlor and life coach for letting me review
her Jum start guide for fee for myhonest review.
I have to say that I want to publish books and I am starting to get my
own business giong: (Professional Book Reviewer), and her guide takes
you thorough each of the necessary steps that I or you can take to
start up any business of your choice. She has an extensive list of
resources and links to help me or you for only our gain in turning our
business into a success. My wish is for you to pick up a copy of this
book and pass it along to others whom are sincere in starting their
own business online, and have no idea where to start.
Please comment below and (…). Thank you for taking the time
to review what I have written for Margaret Cook.
© 2012 Jackie Paulson
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Tagged book reviews, books, Business, Margaret Cook, online business, Review, Shopping, Start Up, United States
Out of the Classroom Lesson in Success By Cynthia Kocialski
How to Prosper Without Being at the Top of the Class
Is being success all about Academic achievements? I don’t think so! When I was growing up I was taught that good grades were most important. That was in the 1960’s! Some subjects that were taught to me were much easier than others. Just because I failed a subject or received bad grades does not mean that I am a failure. To be a success it is important to learn to from your mistakes but to keep on going.
If you are passionate about what you are doing you will be a success. Value lies in experience, because then you have proof that you know how to do something.
Cynthia Kocialski’s book will tell about success in the working world. It is the result of planning, promoting, taking action and going for it. Her book will help anyone realize their business goals, avoid p8itfalls, and provide the blueprint to help you become a successful entrepreneur.
Cynthis writes the start up entrepreneurs’ Blog, which cover observations, lessons and funny stories of life inside high-tech startup companies.
After reading her book I am looking forward to learning more from her newest book “Start Up from the Ground up.”
This is a free book given to me for my honest review.
© 2012 Jackie Paulson All Rights Reserved
Do it yourself networking
CEO does not stand for Chief Everything officer
Is this the best use of my time?
Hire /manage /fire/ workers
Is what you are doing today moving you closer to Your Vision, Your dreams, your goals?
All taken from this wonderful book!
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Tagged Book, Book review, Business, Cynthia Kocialski, Entrepreneur, High-Tech, reading, Small business, Startup, Startup company, Washington DC