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Goals Part Two

Goals Part Two

So far so good we set our goals. we know what we want and we are on our way. We have already discussed the fact that goals give us direction. They are like the rudder of a boat they tell us what we are moving. We also talked about the fact that they provide motivation This is as important as direction. If you the direction to take to go to New York but you never turn the car on it means nothing. So simply put motivation is what makes you put the key in the ignition or one foot in front of the other.

The next thing a goal will do is show you the next step. Unlike our trip to New York we can not lay out every step of the way. Just like our trip to New York many unexpected things will come up. You will stumble along the way, you will learn new techniques and meet new people.

You will be challenged and you will not always be happy. Your goal will cause you to think differently you friends will argue with you and disagree with you. Some may stop talking to you. Why? Because your new goals challenge their status quo and you will certainly change.

Your goal will keep you on course. Their is nothing worse than heading on a trip like our trip to New York and endings up in New Jersey. Well they both start with New right? So a goal will keep you on course that may have sounded ridiculous but think of this. You have set for yourself a goal of becoming the head of some department or company. you take a job a decent one but still all you want to do is stay their for 3 to 5 year get some experience and your out the door.

Fourteen years later your working in the same company making maybe six dollars and hour more than when you originally started and wondering what happened. This happens on a daily basis people wake up and find that they have put down roots somewhere they never wanted to be. Now heres the good piece of news you can get where your going no matter where you are presently at. This means we can stop feeling sorry for ourselves or stop being snarky with the person who made it while you still at the start line. You truly have a chance to make your goals come true.

Having a goal will give you a reason to celebrate. It will make your life brighter. When you set your goals set a big goal but set little ones too. This way when you accomplish a goal you can celebrate. Maybe buy yourself that item of clothing you always wanted but never thought you could afford. Upgrade your car or actually pay that school loan off. Take your significant other out to that restaurant or club they have always wanted to visit. And of course the more you accomplish the more you will be able to do and the happier you will be.

Heres the thing about a goal it will allow you to continue to grow and achieve. When we think we have nothing left to do or accomplish life becomes bitter and to some not worth living anymore. To others they just become mean and eventually old. I truly believe a goal keeps us all young no matter what the date of our birth was.

So what every you do dont give up. Set your goal, find your motivation, discover each new step in the process. Keep on course and celebrate each victory because you my friend deserve it..

equity firm plans wireless broadband

equity firm plans wireless broadband

consumers and businesses may get more options in wireless service starting next year, with the launch of a new wireless broadband network that aims to provide competition to the incumbent phone companies. Privateequity firm Harbinger Capital Partners on Tuesday revealed details of the launch of its wireless network, LightSquared, which should cover 92 percent of the population by 2015. But there are financial and regulatory hurdles to overcome.

The former Countrywide Financial Corp. gave preferential loans to more than three dozen employees of Fannie Mae while the two giant housing enterprises were locked in an expanding, multibilliondollar business relationship in subprime mortgages, documents show. Discounted mortgages written by Countrywide, once the nations largest subprime lender, were granted to a far wider group of Fannie employees than the four top executives executives whose preferential loans were previously disclosed, according to Countrywide documents provided to Congress under a subpoena. subsidiaries for documents related to problems with rods that connect a vehicles steering to its front wheels, the automaker said. The subpoena is the latest legal problem to confront the automaker. It also faces hundreds of lawsuits from consumers over the companys unintended acceleration recalls, the drop in its stock price and lower resale value of its cars and trucks. In a statement, the company said it intends to cooperate with the investigation. and Japan, joining the race to manufacture green cars in which rivals have already taken slight leads. The plans were disclosed by Honda Motor Co. President Takanobu Ito at the Japanese automakers facility in a Tokyo suburb. Honda has no future unless we achieve significant reduction in CO2 emissions, he told reporters. airlines workforces shrank by 2.7 percent in May from a year earlier, the government said, marking the 23rd straight month in which airline employment has declined. airlines are hesitant to resume hiring despite the improving economy, choosing instead to build up cash reserves. However, many carriers around the world expect to hire gradually over the next year as passenger numbers continue to improve. airlines have laid off thousands of workers in the past year.

Playboy launches website without the nudity

Playboy Enterprises Inc. launched a website that it swears will be safe to browse while at work, eliminating the need for men to throw themselves over their computer screen when the boss walks by. Instead, itll rely on humor to reach Playboys target audience, men 25 to 34 years old, when they are most likely to be in front of a computer screen.

American alliance gets antitrust immunity

The Transportation Department has given antitrust immunity to American Airlines and foreign partners, which will let the airlines work together to set fares and schedules across the Atlantic. The other airlines are British Airways, Iberia Airlines, Finnair and Royal Jordanian Airlines. The department said the move will give travelers and cargo shippers benefits including lower fares in some markets, improved service and better schedules.

The Bank of Canada raised its benchmark lending interest rate one quarter of a point to 0.75 percent in response to the countrys economic recovery from last years recession. Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney said future rate increases will largely depend on developments around the world and, in turn, how they may impact Canadas exportheavy economy.

equity firm plans wireless broadband

equity firm plans wireless broadband

consumers and businesses may get more options in wireless service starting next year, with the launch of a new wireless broadband network that aims to provide competition to the incumbent phone companies. Privateequity firm Harbinger Capital Partners on Tuesday revealed details of the launch of its wireless network, LightSquared, which should cover 92 percent of the population by 2015. But there are financial and regulatory hurdles to overcome.

The former Countrywide Financial Corp. gave preferential loans to more than three dozen employees of Fannie Mae while the two giant housing enterprises were locked in an expanding, multibilliondollar business relationship in subprime mortgages, documents show. Discounted mortgages written by Countrywide, once the nations largest subprime lender, were granted to a far wider group of Fannie employees than the four top executives executives whose preferential loans were previously disclosed, according to Countrywide documents provided to Congress under a subpoena. subsidiaries for documents related to problems with rods that connect a vehicles steering to its front wheels, the automaker said. The subpoena is the latest legal problem to confront the automaker. It also faces hundreds of lawsuits from consumers over the companys unintended acceleration recalls, the drop in its stock price and lower resale value of its cars and trucks. In a statement, the company said it intends to cooperate with the investigation. and Japan, joining the race to manufacture green cars in which rivals have already taken slight leads. The plans were disclosed by Honda Motor Co. President Takanobu Ito at the Japanese automakers facility in a Tokyo suburb. Honda has no future unless we achieve significant reduction in CO2 emissions, he told reporters. airlines workforces shrank by 2.7 percent in May from a year earlier, the government said, marking the 23rd straight month in which airline employment has declined. airlines are hesitant to resume hiring despite the improving economy, choosing instead to build up cash reserves. However, many carriers around the world expect to hire gradually over the next year as passenger numbers continue to improve. airlines have laid off thousands of workers in the past year.

Playboy launches website without the nudity

Playboy Enterprises Inc. launched a website that it swears will be safe to browse while at work, eliminating the need for men to throw themselves over their computer screen when the boss walks by. Instead, itll rely on humor to reach Playboys target audience, men 25 to 34 years old, when they are most likely to be in front of a computer screen.

American alliance gets antitrust immunity

The Transportation Department has given antitrust immunity to American Airlines and foreign partners, which will let the airlines work together to set fares and schedules across the Atlantic. The other airlines are British Airways, Iberia Airlines, Finnair and Royal Jordanian Airlines. The department said the move will give travelers and cargo shippers benefits including lower fares in some markets, improved service and better schedules.

The Bank of Canada raised its benchmark lending interest rate one quarter of a point to 0.75 percent in response to the countrys economic recovery from last years recession. Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney said future rate increases will largely depend on developments around the world and, in turn, how they may impact Canadas exportheavy economy.

Accused shoplifter admits shoplifting is foolish

Accused shoplifter admits shoplifting is foolish Accused shoplifter admits shoplifting is foolish

On March 7 an officer went to Walmart on John Sims Parkway to investigate the incident. A loss prevention officer said he spotted the young man taking movies from the electronics department. The young man allegedly went to the toy department, where he removed the movies from their plastic casing and put them in a backpack. He then went to the groceries department, chose some items, and paid for them before leaving.

On March 7 an officer went to Walmart on John Sims Parkway to investigate the incident. A loss prevention officer said he spotted the young man taking movies from the electronics department. The young man allegedly went to the toy department, where he removed the movies from their plastic casing and put them in a backpack. He then went to the groceries department, chose some items, and paid for them before leaving.

Abdominal Workout For Cycling

Abdominal Workout For Cycling Abdominal Workout For Cycling

To improve the stamina, flexibility, control and balance during cycling, the cyclist has to undergo ten drills for core strength workout. Placing his feet flat on the ground, he should execute crunch motions followed by his legs turned at 90 degrees above the ground. He should perform reverse crunch by holding his legs in 90 degrees crunch position. At the half-way position of a normal crunch, he should spread his legs farther from his abdominals and move inwards and repeat this exercise.

In a normal crunch position, he should straighten his bent leg 3 inches off the ground from the 90 degrees, alternatively. He should place his left ankle on his right knee and crunch to the left. This exercise is to be repeated with the right ankle on his left foot. He should lie down on his back, move his legs in a circular motion like pedaling the cycle. He should maintain the abdominal crunch and move his torso to the sides, rhythmic with his leg movements. The cyclist should lie down flat on his back, crossing one leg below the other looking like 4 and crunching his abdomen on the side of the crossed leg. He should repeat this abdominal workout with the other leg.

Triceps extensions of the arms improve the cyclists ability to control the handle bar during cycling. The cyclist holds the bar bell or a light weighted object with his bent arms at the back of his head and moves the weight up and down for 2 sets of 15 repetitions. For extraordinary biceps curls, the cyclist catches a barbell in each hand and stands with the palms directed outwards. He curls the barbell up and down with one arm bent at elbow and alternates the movement with the other arm. This exercise is done in 2 sets for 15 repetitions with both arms.

Exercises on dip bars help the cyclist develop biceps and triceps of his arms. This is also an abdominal workout. It also improves the shoulder muscles. The cyclist should stand in the gap between the parallel/dip bars and lift himself up with his both hands straightened on each bar. Now, he should remain suspended in air with his legs at 90 degrees and lower his body and reach a position where his arms are also bent at 90 degrees. These movements are taken up in 2 sets for 10 repetitions. The cyclist should perform pushups to develop his back and shoulder muscles. He should vary his hand position after each group of activity to exercise different muscles. Initially, he should keep his hands far apart followed by normal position of the hands and for the third set; he can hold his hands closer to each other. Each set of 20 pushups should be repeated three times.