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Oscars-And The Oscar Goes To

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Carolyn Coleman-Grady
Better Web Builder

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The Oscars is an American Academy Award that recognize excellence of professionals in the film industry (en.eikipedia.org)
 
I decided today The Oscar goes to two my affiliates each of them receive the Oscar for excellence. The team acknowledgement is my way of thanking them for allowing me to help achieve dreams. Team work is a great concept if you have the right team.
 
Teams with cohesive relationships last longer, communicate and work diligent to ensure the teams’ needs or met. I love groups, just like the committee that determines which film and host will participate in the Oscars. It takes strategies to build great teams endurance, and longevity is key components.  
 
The team I have discuss issues, provide input on what works, we encourage each other and build one another up. When mistakes occur we acknowledge the mistake and move on. Some teams like to sabotage one another’s effort when in fact this tactic will destroy a team.
 
Teams must work together in network marketing. Groups grow by helping each other understand important concepts. Team decide together to meet in the conference rooms to learn and strategies. For example, webinars, teams decide to attend, and then meet together to discuss new services, products, and ways to generate streams of income based on the information received. The team I serve is very supportive, and provides great input. Once you’ve found the team that works help, support, and make yourself available to them.
 
I’m available to ensure that information I receive about my independent business is passed on to the team. I love to share concepts that work. When a team member is identified as hard working, and diligent the team reaps the rewards. Of course there are individual rewards as well. I’d like to present the Oscar today to Team Rhino of Better Web Builder great job. Remember your dreams are achievable when you believe.
Thank you for reading my post today.
 
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Education-Courses That Change Your Directions

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Carolyn Coleman-Grady
Better Web Builder

Education-Courses that change your directions

 
Hi Carolyn Coleman-Grady here. I had a thought today, how many people start out going one direction and change courses abruptly? On my drive home, a car driving leading the traffic decided to abruptly change the course of direction. It was quick, swift and very jerky. It made me wonder how often our lives change courses right in the middle of the stream.
 
Abrupt changes in our lives leads to confusion, frustration and irritation. Have you every driven on the wrong street or road, it seems you have landed in another world, lost and can’t find your way out. It is so frustrating, or when you go into a mall or movie its’ light outside, but when you come out its dark, and you have forgotten where you parked. It causes such irritation. We all have those moments.
 
Sometimes, we get off course because we just can handle directions. Even then we become frustration, and confused. I recall driving thru to a city that was over one hundred miles from my home, music playing, air conditioner blowing, and I’m singing away. Suddenly my navigation system directed me to turn left, I decided to follow.  I noticed it became hotter and hotter, and the air conditioner was not as cool as it was. All of a sudden I see a sign, “the Mohave Desert,” I have turned and changed the course of my directions and frustration and irritation began to travel with me in the desert. No one on the road but me, dirt and mountains everywhere, and I were lost.
 
 I tried the cell phone no one answered, it became a nightmare. I traveled and wow a car, so I drove as fast as I could just to keep up with the car in front of me. I finally get to a junction to my right Johannesburg, to my left a town I’ve never heard of, now mind you I’m in California so these cities were foreign to me. As I talked this thing out to myself, Here’s the dialogue, “you are not going to Johannesburg so you are going left,” it ended up being the right choose, I finally found the freeway I never should have turned off. I was so frazzled, I vowed to my relatives, I’ll never go again, and I was traumatized hot and irritated. The moral of this “what I call a tragedy for me.” 
 
Sometimes in our business endeavors we stray off course, we get the idea we know it all and can function on our own, but indeed this is not the best choose, get guidance, run your decision by an expert that knows a little more than you, discuss the change openly because after all it’s not worth getting dumped into the Mohave Desert spending half the day trying to work your way out. Get education on your business, stay the course and watch, you’ll be victorious just you wait and see.
 
Hey thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed my story by the way it is true, I have not returned to my relatives, love them dearly, but they have to pick me up before I travel that road again. J
 

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For Serious-People who Need Help

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For Serious-People who Need Help

Let me introduce myself, I’m Carolyn Coleman-Grady born to two wonderful parents whom married at the age of fifth-teen years old. Image getting married at fifth-teen and remaining married for fifty-nine years. What a serious decision to make at such a young age. I’m one of four children, the second eldest and I love family. I enjoy writing, reading, playing spades, singing and making people happy.

I make people happy with a smile, a kind word, and showing compassion for them. Helping others is important to me. As a nurse helping, advocating, guiding, serving, and attending to the needs of others is a daily occurrence and it is for serious people who love to meet the needs of others.

I received an unusual phone call from an elderly person and he asked this question, the fish sandwich in my refrigerator how long should it be for I throw it away? It took me a moment to answer because I thought it was an unusual question. As we continued to talk, in the background I heard a voice it was an angry voice, a female yelling,

The female yelling said, “I threw the bleep sandwich away,” I finally asked him, have you opened the foil and smelled the sandwich? The gentleman said, “You mean open now?” of course my response was yes. I finally asked him, who cooks in your home? “My wife,” I paused and said, are you two seriously arguing over a sandwich? If your wife cooks could you lean her way today? If she felt the sandwich was spoiled do you think she could be correct? He chuckled and said “yes.” I thought this was quite unusual but the gentleman was serious.

Business is for serious people, there will be times when unusual situations occur, and questions that may not make sense. There are some people that ask the same question over and over again, if this is you it is ok, we’ll answer it until you get it. I believe it is very significant to allow people to process information at their level. It may take them longer to process, but if they are important to the business then take the time to state your answer in a way one would understand. I believe that business is for serious people. People that enjoy helping others become successful because they are givers if you want to receive open your hand. A tight fist hand can-not receive, open and giving is for serious people.

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Do the best you can, and don’t take life too serious.
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For Serious-People who Need Help

Carolyn Coleman-Grady

Better Web Builder

For Serious-People who Need Help

Let me introduce myself, I’m Carolyn Coleman-Grady born to two wonderful parents whom married at the age of fifth-teen years old. Image getting married at fifth-teen and remaining married for fifty-nine years. What a serious decision to make at such a young age. I’m one of four children, the second eldest and I love family. I enjoy writing, reading, playing spades, singing and making people happy.

I make people happy with a smile, a kind word, and showing compassion for them. Helping others is important to me. As a nurse helping, advocating, guiding, serving, and attending to the needs of others is a daily occurrence and it is for serious people who love to meet the needs of others.

I received an unusual phone call from an elderly person and he asked this question, the fish sandwich in my refrigerator how long should it be for I throw it away? It took me a moment to answer because I thought it was an unusual question. As we continued to talk, in the background I heard a voice it was an angry voice, a female yelling,

The female yelling said, “I threw the bleep sandwich away,” I finally asked him, have you opened the foil and smelled the sandwich? The gentleman said, “You mean open now?” of course my response was yes. I finally asked him, who cooks in your home? “My wife,” I paused and said, are you two seriously arguing over a sandwich? If your wife cooks could you lean her way today? If she felt the sandwich was spoiled do you think she could be correct? He chuckled and said “yes.” I thought this was quite unusual but the gentleman was serious.

Business is for serious people, there will be times when unusual situations occur, and questions that may not make sense. There are some people that ask the same question over and over again, if this is you it is ok, we’ll answer it until you get it. I believe it is very significant to allow people to process information at their level. It may take them longer to process, but if they are important to the business then take the time to state your answer in a way one would understand. I believe that business is for serious people. People that enjoy helping others become successful because they are givers if you want to receive open your hand. A tight fist hand can-not receive, open and giving is for serious people.

Thanks for stopping by your comments are appreciate, click the link and join my blog.

Carolyn Coleman-Grady-For serious-People  

Do the best you can, and …

For Serious-People Who Need Help

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For Serious-People who Need Help

Carolyn Coleman-Grady

Better Web Builder

For Serious-People who Need Help

Let me introduce myself, I’m Carolyn Coleman-Grady born to two wonderful parents whom married at the age of fifth-teen years old. Image getting married at fifth-teen and remaining married for fifty-nine years. What a serious decision to make at such a young age. I’m one of four children, the second eldest and I love family. I enjoy writing, reading, playing spades, singing and making people happy.

I make people happy with a smile, a kind word, and showing compassion for them. Helping others is important to me. As a nurse helping, advocating, guiding, serving, and attending to the needs of others is a daily occurrence and it is for serious people who love to meet the needs of others.

I received an unusual phone call from an elderly person and he asked this question, the fish sandwich in my refrigerator how long should it be for I throw it away? It took me a moment to answer because I thought it was an unusual question. As we continued to talk, in the background I heard a voice it was an angry voice, a female yelling,

The female yelling said, “I threw the bleep sandwich away,” I finally asked him, have you opened the foil and smelled the sandwich? The gentleman said, “You mean open now?” of course my response was yes. I finally asked him, who cooks in your home? “My wife,” I paused and said, are you two seriously arguing over a sandwich? If your wife cooks could you lean her way today? If she felt the sandwich was spoiled do you think she could be correct? He chuckled and said “yes.” I thought this was quite unusual but the gentleman was serious.

Business is for serious people, there will be times when unusual situations occur, and questions that may not make sense. There are some people that ask the same question over and over again, if this is you it is ok, we’ll answer it until you get it. I believe it is very significant to allow people to process information at their level. It may take them longer to process, but if they are important to the business then take the time to state your answer in a way one would understand. I believe that business is for serious people. People that enjoy helping others become successful because they are givers if you want to receive open your hand. A tight fist hand can-not receive, open and giving is for serious people.

Thanks for stopping by your comments are appreciate, click the link and join my blog.

Carolyn Coleman-Grady-For serious-People