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Community Dev. facilitator /Advocate / Activist, Inner-City/Rural Organize Project-Based Support Group and POJECT BASED Youth Entrepreneurship Programs Focus: Solving Real World Problems (Community Career Garden Centers)
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This was my favorite reason, I always fall for guys with dogs.
If you take care of a dog
"In a 2014 experiment, 100 Israeli women read vignettes about men.
Whenever the story featured a man who owned a dog, women rated that man as a more suitable long-term partner than a cad who didn't own a dog.
The researchers concluded that owning a pet signals that you're nurturing and capable of making long-term commitments. It can also help you appear more relaxed, approachable, and happy.
Not into pet ownership? The good news is simply being seen with a dog can make you seem more dateable. In one 2008 study, a 20-year-old man approached hundreds of women and asked for their phone numbers. When he had a dog with him, he was much more likely to score their digits."
"Every one of us is created with a unique set of gifts, talents and abilities. Life purpose is the full expression of these gifts. When you are living your life purpose you are expressing the very essence of who you are. You are good at what you do and you love doing it. READ & REAP
Brian Moran is founder and President of The 12 Week Year. A visionary and strategic thinker, Brian has over thirty years of expertise as a corporate executive, entrepreneur, consultant and coach. His experience includes positions as President & CEO of a Start-up Company as well as Corporate Vice President of Sales & Service for a billion dollar, Fortune 1000 company.
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This book should be called The Tao Of Successful Business & Life - DD Vasseur
An innovative programme offering recent graduates and students the opportunity to start their own businesses in Birmingham has secured another three years funding from the European Regional Development Fund.
A leading American philosopher brings the tools of his trade to contentious contemporary debates. How can we have meaningful debates with political opponents? How can we distinguish reliable science from overhyped media reports? How can we talk sensibly about God? In What Philosophy Can Do, Gary Gutting takes a philosopher's scalpel to modern life's biggest questions and the most powerful forces in our society - politics, science, religion, education, and capitalism - to show how we can improve our discussions of contentious contemporary issues.
Gutting introduces listeners to powerful analytic tools in the philosopher's arsenal that they can use to make new sense of current debates. One such tool is a crucial distinction between inductive and deductive reasoning that explains why both sides on a disputed issue often are sure they have compelling cases for their views. Another is the principle of charity, which requires opposing parties to present each other's arguments in their strongest forms - a tool that would make critiques both more respectful and more effective. Gutting also shows how concepts introduced by philosophers from Plato and Aristotle to Michel Foucault and John Rawls can clarify public discussions about morality, the economy, and medicine.
From informed assessments of scientific claims to careful analyses of arguments for and against religious belief, Gutting brings a calm, clearheaded approach to some of the most divisive issues on the table today. He scrutinizes our relationships to work and freedom in capitalism; our modern understanding of happiness and the good life; the value of liberal arts education and the humanities; the role of science and politics in shaping public policy today; and the value of art and popular culture. Perhaps most meaningfully, Gutting shows how we can talk about our own deepest beliefs clearly and directly while listening to what others have to say to us. What Philosophy Can Do makes a powerful case for philosophy's importance to public discussions and shows us that this ancient tradition of inquiry may yet have much to say about our future.
HPV is spread when infected skin touches an area of uninfected skin (called skin-to-skin contact). You can get HPV from someone who has warts on his or her mouth, skin or genitals. The virus can still rub off a person's skin even when he or she has no warts that you can see.
Drones go underwater - Boston Startups Guide “The whole point of Hydroswarm is to provide a cheap and scalable method of mapping the ocean,” said Sampriti Bhattacharyya, founder and chief executive of Hydroswarm and a grad student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “There is so much potential out there. We had a space era. With all the subsea robotics, it could be a new era in ocean exploration.” READ & REAP
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A Tiny Pacific Nation Takes the Lead on Protecting Marine Life by emma bryce Unhappy with how regional authorities have failed to protect fish stocks in the Western Pacific, Palau has launched its own bold initiatives – creating a vast marine sanctuary and conducting an experiment designed to reduce bycatch in its once-thriving tuna fishery. READ MORE