Angela Cody-Rouget and Christian S. Newton, both VWISE Graduates, talk Angela’s business, MajorMom, and her experience on Shark Tank. Topics discussed include: VWISE, start-up strategy, franchising, and the Shark Tank experience.
My primary care doc is a PA, I’m not complaining about her. What I am complaining about today is policy. There is policy from what I understand from my PA, that appointments shouldn’t go over about 15 minutes and you can only discuss 1 issue at a time. If you have another issue, you have to make another appointment.
I love Evernote and I hope you will too! There is a free version which works for most everyone or for $24.99 you get a year with 1 GB storage. Every copy and paste from the site I past into Evernote, I clip webpages that I want to remember. It is full text searchable so it makes it easy to find the note you know you wrote yourself about that TDIU issue. You can simply search Evernote for any notes that contain TDIU and viola there it is. It works with the LiveScribe Pen and paper and also with PhatPad for IPads and my favorite special Moleskin Evernote Smart Notebooks.
I was aware that my enthusiasm didn’t match my skills, I just moved forward. Skills are easier to acquire than enthusiasm or passion.
Balancing a pencil on my finger
Remember when green meant everything was working
Sound-off; 1 – 2; Sound-off; 3 – 4; Cadence count; 1 – 2 – 3 – 4; 1 – 2 — 3 – 4 and with all the recent problems with Veterans Affairs we are sounding off loud and clear brothers and sisters.
In the armed services, a military cadence or cadence call is a traditional call-and-response work song sung by military personnel while running or marching. In the United States, these cadences are sometimes called jody calls or jodies, after Jody, a recurring character who figures in some traditional cadences. Military cadence – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Black Lab to help veteran with PTSD Rebecca Pepin, firstname.lastname@example.org POSTED: [10:59] PM Feb 01 2015 UPDATED: [8:36] PM Feb 02 2015