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Podcast – Be Better Tomorrow
12 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
New Year New Goals
Every year millions of people set new year goals. This show is about just that. How do you set goals that will succeed. How do you set realistic goals? You do it SMART. What are SMART Goals? Goals that are:SpecificMeasurableAttainableRealisticTimebound Want some other tips and ideas to make your goal successful?Check out this article from CNBC. Here is our last New Year show
10 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
Selective attention means our brains can only take in so much data and we tend to ignore things we won’t find important at the moment. Your brain may not always be paying attention to the right thing. This is why you can hear your name in a crowded room. It is why you start to see the car you just bought everywhere you go. The question is can you train your brain to pay attention to what you want to pay attention to? The Baader-Meinhof phenomenon occurs when the thing you’ve just noticed, experienced, or been told about suddenly crops up constantly. Like when you hear a new word for the first time, or when you see your new car everywhere. This also happens when you learn something new and then see it as a solution to every problem. Your brain wants to apply new solutions to every problem. Your thoughts become actions, your actions habits, your habits become character, and your character becomes destiny. You can change your destiny by changing your thoughts and words which change your actions. Your brain will always have selective attention, but you can use it to your advantage if you are aware of it and willing to put in some work. Looking for more ways to understand how to control how your brain works to use it to your advantage? Check out these shows:How to have better conversationsPower of perspective with Rachel DK Finney
12 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
Working from Home Revisited
For those of us who have spent the last nine months working from home, I think we are starting to find disadvantages all over. If we don’t act intentionally to fix these things we can continue to suffer without really thinking about it. Photo by Elijah O’Donnell on Pexels.com Missing “Me Time” One of the strangest things I found in my research for this show was an article saying people are missing their daily commutes. People aren’t really missing being stuck in traffic but they are missing that buffer between work and personal lives. They are missing the “Me Time” they had in their car on the train.You can continue this process by adding some downtime to your routine. Don’t book yourself from meeting to meeting to home but put time on your calendar to unwind and think about your day. Chit-chat and hallway conversations A big item I have found it hard to replicate is the social interaction of a pre-lockdown world. As an extravert, I really miss just talking to people. For whatever reason, our lizard brains want to get right to work on zoom calls and when we are done we get right off. We don’t just run into co-workers in the hallway or on the way to get coffee unless we work with our roommates. We can help this a little by not jumping right into business when we get on the line. Ask simple personal questions, ask about what we should be watching during lockdown whatever you can think of to get the conversation rolling. Zoom Fatigue I mentioned this in my previous show about working from home. Sitting on Zoom calls every day can be draining. Zoom fatigue is a real thing. People feel like they have to be there on time so they don’t take enough time for themselves with back to back meetings. Schedule your meetings for 25 or 50 minutes so you and everyone else have time between meetings for bio breaks, which should include some desk yoga to keep you healthy. Get outside while you can and take a walk, even if it is cold, the cold air will invigorate you and make you appreciate you office when you get back. Less than ideal environments Many of us are working on kitchen chairs, at kitchen tables or in converted closets. These environments aren’t the best for our health. Take some of that money you have been saving from your commute bill and spend it on some upgraded equipment. Get a standing desk, or a monitor stand, ergonomic keyboard and mouse or a great chair so you can be comfortable. The only person who will be disapointed is your chiropractor. What are the things you miss about going to work? How are you dealing with it? Tell me in the comments.
40 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
Rachel D.K. Finney Power of Perspective – 29
Rachel DK Finney – the Power of Perspective URL: columbushumane.org FB: /ColumbusHumane Instagram: /ColumbusHumane Linkedin: Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/rachel-d-k-finney-cawa-b43b9023/ The Power of Perspective This month we talk The Power of Perspective with Rachel D.K. Finney. Rachel is a Certified Animal Welfare Administrator with 17 years of experience in animal sheltering and 21 years of experience in nonprofit management. Finney has degrees in nonprofit management, psychology, political science, and sociology from Indiana University. She began working in animal welfare as the Executive Director of the Union County Humane Society in Marysville, OH and serves as the CEO at Columbus Humane, formerly the Capital Area Humane Society in Columbus, Ohio. Before her animal welfare career began, Finney served in leadership roles at Junior Achievement of Central Ohio and with the Children’s Organ Transplant Association. In 2015, Finney was recognized as Small Nonprofit CEO of the Year by Columbus CEO magazine and in 2013, she was recognized as one of the youngest ever “Forty Under 40” award winners. Finney is a regular guest lecturer for nonprofit management, human resources and veterinary students at The Ohio State University and frequently delivers motivational and leadership keynotes and workshops on “The Power of Perspective.” Rachel describes herself as an “Advantage-ist,” or one who finds the advantages in difficult experiences. She operates under the philosophy that we should “never be afraid to do the right thing.” She shares her home with her husband, 2 children, 3 dogs, 1 cat and 1 fish. Columbus Humane is the lead law enforcement agency for investigation of animal cruelty, abuse and neglect in Franklin County and operates a traditional animal shelter serving 8,000 pets+ as well as partners with a domestic violence shelter to house and care for pets on-site with their human family members. In this show we talk a lot about the power of perspective to change your attitude and life. If we only focus on the negative aspects of trauma, which is valid, we can miss out on a great deal of growth and appreciation. Checkout our last show with Positive Foundry if you missed it. You will love it.
47 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Positive Foundry – Positive Psychology – 28
Laura Cooke and Chris Cooke Twitter: https://twitter.com/PositiveFoundryURL: http://www.positivefoundry.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/PositiveFoundry/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/positivefoundry/ This month’s guests are an amazing team working hard to help people flourish with the power of positive psychology. In their own words:Our paths are unique but our journey is the same. We believe in a better, healthier, and more engaged society. When we improve the overall wellbeing of each employee, we help organizations thrive and create a better world. We have spent thousands of hours bringing together the best research behind human motivation, positive psychology, neuroscience, and energy management into a program for individuals and organizations who are ready to thrive. We believe companies that flourish, in today’s marketplace create value not just in financial terms, but in human terms. They enhance the lives of their employees and their families, their customers, their owners, the communities within which they operate, and the world at large. Some of our conversation topics: The difference between a scarcity and abundance mindset: A scarcity mindset is the belief that there will never be enough, resulting in feelings of fear, stress, and anxiety.On the other hand, an abundance mindset flows out of a deep inner sense of personal worth and security. It’s grounded in the belief that there is more than enough for everyone. The Observation bias where we see the things we want to see or that we are trained to see in our own world. One of my favorite topics active constructive responding which I first learned from Positive Foundry. It relates back to how to listen more effectively and how to engage in a conversation and not just steal it for yourself. Credit to Venleader.comWe talked about the loneliness epidemic in America and how it is increased with the lock downs that are in place. We even came up with a quick game to help us all feel less alone #hallwaytag. And for all Ohio Teachers, they have offered a mindfulness program just for you…https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/OHTeachers2020
42 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
Rela Leadership – Shannon Lee – 27
Shannon Lee is the author of Servant Leader Mindset, creator of the SLAPcast podcast, coach and trainer and serves as the Executive Director of Relā. Her career includes roles in education, sales, marketing and leadership development. She brought all those skills and experiences to Relā in 2014, helping the organization relaunch into what it is today. Relā is a nonprofit helping professionals reduce frustration and increase fulfillment through the application of servant leadership mindsets. Through transformational workshops, coaching, intensive development programs and events, Relā helps professionals overcome barriers to fulfillment at work and beyond. Shannon resides in Columbus, OH with her husband, Kristofer and together they have three children: Jaren (24), Kaylee (22) and Nia (21). You can find her on all the socials here: Twitter: @shanlee337URL: www.relaleadership.orgLinked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonmlee/Facebook: RelaLeadershipInsta: @relaleadership Leadership is constantly changing and Shannon litterally wrote the book on Servant Leadership. In our conversation, we talked about the Curse of Knowledge we have discussed previously on this showMicromanagement and why it isn’t always what you think it is and how to avoid itHow COVID-19 is impacting businessesIf you enjoyed this show you will also like Jason Blackhurst – Servant Leadership
31 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Mindfulness – NaRon Tillman – 26
NaRon Tillman Twitter: @narontillman IG: @tillmannaron Websites: www.UrbanYogis.org & www.oneministries.church Walk in Victory:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walk-in-victory/id1459142845 NaRon Tillman, brings 20+ years of entrepreneurial, pastoral, musical, and mindfulness content first hand. He is the host of Walk In Victory podcast, Pastor of One Ministries Church and leader of Urban Yogis a group dedicated to teaching yoga and mindfulness to the communities on NYC. This show we focus on mindfulness and what that means. How focusing on being mindful will help you actually be more productive throughout the day. How it will help your relationships and help your mental health in general. If you are looking for more episodes like this then check these out: Dr Cheryl Wood – Your unique voice Dr Ben Hardy – Personality isn’t Permanent
35 minutes | Jul 5, 2020
Dr. Cheryl Wood Your Unique Voice
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cherylempowers URL: https://www.cherylempowers.com/FB: https://www.facebook.com/CherylEmpowers/ Dr. Cheryl Wood is an international empowerment speaker, 11x best-selling author, leadership expert, and master speaker development coach for women. She equips women with the tools to unleash the power of their voice and share the transformational impact of their story. Dr. Wood has trained countless women leaders & influencers across the U.S. and abroad in South Africa, India, France, United Kingdom, Canada and the Bahamas. She empowers women to get out of their comfort zone, take calculated risks, and create a living legacy using their voice. Dr. Wood has been featured on ABC, Radio One, Forbes Magazine, Huffington Post, ESSENCE, Black Enterprise, Good Morning Washington, Fox 5 News, Fox 45 News, The Washington Informer, The Baltimore Times, Afro-American Newspaper and numerous other media outlets. She has delivered keynote presentations for a host of large and small organizations including NASA, FBI, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Agriculture, The United Nations, Verizon, National Association of Legal Professionals, Federally Employed Women, Women’s Council of Realtors, Women in eDiscovery, Blacks In Government, PR News and the Congressional Black Caucus, to name just a few.
39 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
Personality isn’t Permanent-Dr. Benjamin Hardy-24
Twitter: https://twitter.com/benjaminphardyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/benjaminhardy88/URL: https://medium.com/@benjaminhardyThis month I am thrilled to talk to Dr Benjamin Hardy author of the new book Personality isn’t Permanent. I have been looking forward to this conversation for a long time as regular listeners know Dr. Hardy is the first of my “White Whale” guests that I have landed and it was a pleasure to talk to him. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, Big Think, and many others. He is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today and from 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer, in the world, on Medium.com. He and his wife Lauren adopted three children through the foster system in February 2018 and, one month later, Lauren became pregnant with twins, who were born in December of 2018. They live in Orlando. ABOUT THE BOOK Personality Isn’t Permanent debunks the pervasive myths of personality that have captured pop culture. For example, personality tests like Myers-Briggs and Enneagram are not only psychologically destructive but are no more scientific than horoscopes.Personality Isn’t Permanent provides science-based strategies for reframing past memories, becoming the scribe of your identity narrative, upgrading your subconscious, and redesigning your environment. When you know the truth of personality, desired personal change can be dramatic and directed. When you don’t, personality is something you seek to discover rather than create. Some of the other items we discussed Malcolm GladwellMade famous the 10,000 hour rule of practice we discussed in the show. You need to do something over and over again before you can be really good at it, but that means your early work is going to be disappointing.Ellen LangerHer work on mindfulness and personality has been a great influence on Dr. Hardy. I hope to read these books as soon as possible. If you like this show you should also listen to : Perry MaughmerThe Dunning Kruger EffectorProlific over Perfect – which was inspired by Dr. Hardy
7 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
23 – Prolific over Perfect
This month’s guest Ben Hardy did it again. He blew my mind with a segment of his article These 17 Pictures Will Teach You More Than Reading 100 Books. The concept that in certain areas, particularly mine, it is better to be prolific over perfect. Apparently, this a quote from Joe Polish. For creators or anyone with a dream, we are often scared to walk through what Peterson would call the fool stage because the fool always precedes the master. We want what we produce to be of the highest quality possible but we aren’t quite capable of creating it yet. We want to be, we have the taste to determine that what we are creating isn’t quite what we want it to be and so we don’t actually publish or call it done or anything productive.But as we create we learn, we grow and we get better. Doing the thing you do more and more you will learn things you won’t learn by perfecting something. If you are a writer then write, if you are a creator then create. Don’t let those muscles atrophy get out there and make something happen. If you, like me, are afraid to put out an imperfect product, just do it make yourself be prolific over perfect. Like this article? Learn more about your brain and the Dunning-Kruger Effect here.
32 minutes | May 19, 2020
22 – Larry English – Office Optional
Office Optional is a new book by Larry English of Centric Consulting helping companies understand how to build remote teams in our new virtual work world. How and why you need to cultivate an atmosphere of trust in a virtual environmentHow to recruit and hire team members for remote workHow to build strong relationships with people you don’t see every dayHow to scale your virtual company without sacrificing cultureHow the right software tools can help build cultureHow to be a great virtual team member Larry English, President of Centric Consulting and author of Office Optional: How to build a connected culture with virtual teams. Twitter: lkenglishURL: LarryEnglish.netLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/larrykenglishCentric Consulting: www.centricconsulting.com We talked a ton about what creates a great culture and how to maintain or create it when you are spread to the four winds. How we as contributors are responsible for the culture of our company. If you are going to create and keep a great culture as the world moves more toward remote work, this book will help you. Find Office Optional on Amazon Studies referenced: https://www.gallup.com/workplace/236927/employee-engagement-drives-growth.aspx Check out our previous interview with Perry Maughmer if you liked this interview
13 minutes | May 4, 2020
21 Dunning-Kruger effect
The Dunning-Kruger effect (AKA the Facebook friends Phenomenon) is a cognitive bias where the confidence of an individual on a given topic is disproportionately higher than the individual’s knowledge on that topic. In other words, a little knowledge makes you feel like an expert, but the more you learn the more you know you don’t know. That is what is explained by the Dunning-Kruger Effect. People get really confident with a little knowledge.From WikicommonsI call it the Facebook Friends Fallacy for obvious reasons. Every one of us have that friend who reads one article and is suddenly an expert in international policy or healthcare policy or whatever the particular topic of the conversation is. Simply because there is a wealth of knowledge available to us these days doesn’t make us experts in any of those areas. Just because you read an article from one particular view (which probably agreed with you already because we all seek confirmation of our own beliefs) How can this help you be better in life? By understanding the way your own brain (and ego) may be working against you. Because you are aware you can be on guard for your own hubris if you are on the left side of the graph, a little knowledge, and a lot of confidence. It can also help you to know when you should have more confidence in a particular area. If you have actually studied a topic from various sides over a longer period of time you may realize that you are still a novice but you should also realize that you may know a thing or two. It is a tricky balance to strike but understanding how the Dunning-Kruger Effect works will help you understand your place on the curve and how you should react to that friend from high school who is suddenly an epidemiologist. But the effect doesn’t just apply to knowing and applying objective facts. Sheldon, Ames, and Dunning explored emotional intelligence in relation to the Dunning Kruger effect in their 2010 study. So we all can have very inaccurate ideas of our own technical, intellectual or interpersonal skills. Dunning-Kruger Solutions Get honest feedback – This can be really hard because feedback isn’t something we do or receive well as a species, but if you have someone willing to give it it can be a precious gift.Keep Learning – Whatever area of life you find yourself interested in keep learning and growing in that area so you can keep moving to the right of the Dunning-Kruger curveStay humble – Ask more and declare less it prevents you from eating crow in the future.Don’t forget to subscribe to the show so you can be better tomorrow.
7 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
This show we are all about focusing your life on the few things that matter through Intentional congruence. How can you target all of your activities into as few streams as possible so they all support one another? That is the question. But it can be used in many areas of your life as long as you are working to make different parts of your life work Have you ever felt disconnected from everything? Like you are different people in different areas of your life? That may be because you are not practicing intentional congruence. IC is the practice of focusing on your efforts on the important things in your life. The idea that everything you do should connect with everything else you do, whenever possible. This concept has been explored a lot of places like Never Eat Alone. You have to eat and you want to network do them together. Combine those activities whenever and where ever you can. “Hell Yes or NO” is a concept made famous by Derek Sivers and then promoted by everyone under the sun. It works really well if you want to live a life of intentional congruence. A lot of opportunities will come your way but do they give you the “Hell yea!” feeling or is it congruent with your passions and goals. If you are looking for a promotion at work and a piece of work comes up as an opportunity you can take if you are passionate about it, but if not the question is “Does it get me toward my goal of being promoted” some work will and some won’t. This particular episode is about finding ways to bring all those interests and roles into congruence. What does that mean? It means simplifying and combining so that you get the most of your actions. For example, I am going to do show topics that are part of the certifications I am getting as a speaker and trainer. It gives me practice and helps me to absorb the information. Then I do a quick write up like this one and I have suddenly coordinated several tasks with one topic. Coach Michael Burt puts it this way for business. I want to find more speaking opportunities so I am gearing this site and my podcast toward that side of my business. I want all the things I’m doing to overlap in some way so I’m not working against myself and my goals. Are there things in your life that don’t overlap with other areas? Maybe it is time to stop doing them, maybe not. Only you know if that is the case but if you never take time to examine your life and never take opportunities to become intentional you will never know.Looking for more shows like this checkout how to build your year right…
35 minutes | Feb 2, 2020
17 Perry Maughmer – Relentless Leadership
Episode 16 Perry Maughmer Relentless Leadership Perry’s Bio: I hate few things but two of them are writing in the 3rd person and talking about myself. I think both sound pretentious. I am not saying it is pretentious, it just seems like it to me. That said, I imagine others do want to know who they are listening to and why they should care. I have 25 years of experience in leadership roles in organizations ranging from $1M to $8B. During this time, I have made every mistake a leader could possibly make and none of them killed me…or anyone else. I did learn a great deal and that is the foundation for what I do now. I am focused on reinvigorating the souls of relentless leaders because great work is never finished. I work best with malcontents and contrarians who strive to overcome their own bullshit in order to achieve meaningful goals. Article on the Leadership Crisis from Perry Deliberate Practice What it is and isn’t Perry’s answer to my closing question caught me off guard like no one else ever has. Stay tuned to the end to hear it.
10 minutes | Jan 5, 2020
A New Year and the End of History – Episode 16
A New Year and the End of History It is a new year and everyone is looking at how they can have a better year. There are some attitudes and issues that can prevent us from growing and getting better. Let’s talk about a few of those things. The End of History Illusion will cause us to think that we have already grown all that we will grow in our lives. It can prevent us from looking to grow if we let it take root. We also examine concepts from Dweck’s Mindset. Learning the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset will prepare you for improving your life. If you like this show don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t’ miss any way to be better tomorrow.
37 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
15: Rick Coplin – Leadership Growth
Rick Coplin Social Links: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rickcoplin/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RickCoplinInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rickcoplinWeb: https://www.rickcoplin.com/ Rick Coplin advises business owners helping them to be the leaders their company, team, and family deserve. He has helped to start, scale, and exit a startup. Following that, he worked with an early-stage investment firm advising entrepreneurs, helping them to design business models, pitch their opportunities, connect with essential resources, and raise funds to fuel growth.During his time with the investment firm, Rick also collaborated with regional and local economic development professionals on entrepreneurial initiatives, including attraction/retention incentives for startups and contributed to the conception and development of several entrepreneurial centers in the Central Ohio region. Rick played a key role in the startup and operation of the Dublin Entrepreneurial Center, one of the most successful entrepreneurial centers in the United States, housing over 140 companies, with 163 graduates. Rick and his wife Kim have been married for 33 years and have three children, one a recent college graduate living in Denver, one a senior in college, and a daughter in 10th grade. They reside in Granville, Ohio. If you enjoyed this show please check out some of our other interviews:Jason Slim Blackhurst Mike Rud
14 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
14: Make the Most of Mentorship
Mentorship can make all the difference if you are intentional Mentorship is a wonderful way to build skills, relationships and to grow yourself. There are a lot of ways to do it and a lot of ways to do it wrong. This episode is about the ways I’ve learned to do it along the way, both right and wrong. Mentorship at its core is a relationship, but it is one with a special intentional purpose. That is where many people go wrong, they lose their intention and just have a relationship. It needs to be more than your average friendship to really be successful. Let me know what you think of the show in the comments below and I hope this will help you be better tomorrow. Check out our previous show with Dea on how to CLAIM people as you build relationships it will help you along the way as well.
10 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
13: Break the Curse of Knowledge and see your gifts
The Curse of Knowledge I have always loved magic; stage and storybook. “Magic” Johnson is even the reason I am a Lakers fan to this day. Eventually, I started to learn magic tricks on my own. There was one trick that I wanted to know above all others. I must have been 8 years old when I first saw it and I watched that old tape 100 times trying to learn how it was done. Eventually, I did learn the secret from the original magician himself. The problem was the magic was gone. I could only see the trick from the eyes of the performer and couldn’t see the magic I experienced as a child. It impacts us all This is an issue we all face even if we don’t realize it. Even if we aren’t fans of magic. We all have gifts in our lives where we can’t see the magic anymore because our gift has become commonplace to us. The Curse of Knowledge is a cognitive bias that comes into effect when an individual, communicating with other individuals, unknowingly assumes that the others have the background to understand. We assume that because we know something everyone knows something. Or it is difficult to remember what it is like to not have the knowledge. In my case, since I understood how the trick was done, everyone else would see through it as well. How does this affect our gifts? I’m glad you asked. Have you ever brushed off a compliment from someone because you assume everyone can do the thing you can do? You may be suffering from the curse of knowledge. Maybe you have a skill for something that has always come easily to you and so you assume it is easy for everyone. If you are looking to understand where your gifts are, start by asking other people what you are good at. You will be told things you will brush off and assume aren’t real gifts because you have become used to them. They have lost their magic in your eyes, but not in the eyes of others. Unless you are an egomaniac then you probably think you are good at everything anyway. How do you regain the magic? In my case, I had to appreciate the skill, practice, and presentation of magic. If I wasn’t fooled I could still appreciate the magic of the performance and the skill required to do some magic. “District Four” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
64 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
12: Fisher Williamson – By Imitation Only
This is a very special episode. This is when I was interviewed by Cameron Williamson on his award-nominated show By Imitation only we talk about a lot of different things on this show. From theater to pro wrestling, and how to succeed in business. It is a ton of fun and I think you will enjoy listening to it as well because Cam is a great interviewer. Stay tuned to the end for a special announcement about the show.
29 minutes | Aug 4, 2019
10: Jason “Slim” Blackhurst – Servant Leader
Our Guest Jason Blackhurst is a husband of one, father of two and fairly technical. On twitter and in real life, he is @AlsoKnownAsSlim. He has been developing software now for over 15 years, and leading teams for more than 7. As a servant leader, Slim has developed a passion for empowering teams and working with data, empathy, and safety. Jason and I talk about his role as a servant leader and what that phrase means to him. We talk about the study of making better working environments based on the work of Google and Project Aristotle. A Servant Leader can make the difference in teams and whether they succeed or fail in their jobs. Jason walks us through how that can be along with other ways to lead if you are, or want to be, a leader in your organization. Other Sources:Project Aristotle Margaret Heffernan – Super Chickens Amy Edmonson – Psychological Safety at Work Our Music District Four” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Our Sponsors When you are looking to start a business you need a presence on the web. You need a space you own that no one can take away from you. Dreamhost will help you get started quickly and easily, I’ve hosted all my sites with them for 10 years and they are awesome! If you are like me you never have enough time to read what you want to read. But, Audible makes it easier to listen to your favorite books on your commute, while doing chores or where ever else you can listen. It actually makes me want to do laundry.
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