How the Brain Stops Time | Psychology Today http://su.pr/2PHspS
You don’t need anyone’s permission to do what you think is right for you…
Some of the most interesting people I know don’t know what to do with their lives.
You are being tracked even as we speak http://www.spokeo.com/ If you knew a site like this was being built, would you have put all your information on the web?
It’s good to have big expectations and hopes, but keep them logical.
As the New Year rolls in, change is inevitable. I am passing on a message to you, to let you know that I am no longer with Trading Post Partners. In this economy it is tough to grow at a rapid pace and I was laid off.
I did manage to find gain full employment at Redding Christian School District teaching High School part time and helping with the schools Marketing & Advancement team. I also created and manage their new website http://www.reddingchristian.com
I am a proud member of the Enterprise Lions Club http://www.enterpriselionsclub.org and sit on there board of directors as well as play the Tenor Saxophone in the Straight Ahead Big Band http://www.straightaheadbigband.com and the band looks forward to entertaining you this year. Should you have an event or function and you would like real big band music, please contact us.
Since the school is a part time, I am able to sustain Equator Designs. We have designed a new website http://www.equatordesigns.com and have expanded our product line.
Besides your basic design needs, postcards, flyers, business cards, logos and letterhead, we also do websites. We have a few different options for website packages as each business is different.
Last year I had the opportunity to play in the Amature World Series in Arizona, my team won our division, but got knocked out in the playoffs. This summer I will be a player/coach for the California Knickerbockers, I will keep you posted as to when our games are http://www.californiaknickerbockers.com
Change is both exciting and scary, with this transition, I would like to thank you for your patience and support as I start of 2011 with a new adventure. I would like to thank you and your company for supporting local business in our community and look forward to seeing you in the future. If you have any questions about Social Media, please contact me. Good luck in 2011!