Showing posts with label Happy New Year. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Happy New Year. Show all posts

27 November 2018

Favorite Quote (or Poem) to Carry Me Thru the New Year and Beyond!

While searching for posts and images about dreaming found this lovely poem which reads like a prayer and could be put under an umbrella labeled "Dreaming of a Perfect World".


Quotes | Source


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Posts, Articles, Books, Art, etc. for More on Dreams:




14 December 2017

My Quora 2017 Activity Highlights

Received a wonderful eMail communication thanking me and congratulating me. It was a pleasant surprise. Text of the eMail message from Quora is below.


I reviewed some additional stats and realized that I have been a quora member since 2013.  Someone was nice enough to invite me to join and I can't even remember who!  This is a nice site.  People ask interesting questions, engage each other in intelligent discussion, supply great responses and information, and it has a free blogging platform.  Some insist that Quora can be used to drive traffic to their main websites and blogs.  (See links below.)  I have never used it for that purpose.  For me, it's a research tool and also makes for enlightening reading on a wide range of topics.





Thanks for being a part of Quora in 2017! Let's look at some of the ways you helped share and grow the world's knowledge this past year.

Your 2017 Highlights
9
1
40
ANSWERS
QUESTION
NEW FOLLOWERS


  • Your answers were helpful and earned 126 upvotes and 21.5k views.  
  • Additionally, 4 of the answers you wrote this year were featured in a Quora Digest.


Your question encouraged people to share what they know and inspired 1 person to follow your question

Thanks for helping Quora have a great 2017, and we wish you a happy new year!


18 Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018 | Entrepreneur.com (Reblog)

I am always desperately seeking ways and means to hone my Internet, affiliate and content marketing skills. I try all the tools and resources offered (as long as they are free with an option to upgrade later). I sift through all the advice, tips and tricks from the “experts”. One thing that I have noticed and it's a story that has not changed over the years (Eh!  for about 4 or 5 years). 

It's a prediction about the future of Twitter.

Extracted this quote from an article by Entrepreneur.com titled "18 Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018".
11. Twitter dies a quiet death.
Twitter has been unable to grow users in 2017. The platform has focused on user acquisition rather than on making improvements to their ad platform. As a result, marketers are already using other social media platforms to connect with prospects. This trend will continue in 2018 as Twitter continues to struggle.

I don't know about other Twitter users but this saddens me. Nevertheless, I keep trying to prepare myself for the "Moment" when I will no longer be able to save or view any more Moments.  If this prediction is true, all I can say is:  
"Dear Twitter,
I am glad that I won't be a student attending university pursuing a business or marketing degree, because your organization will likely be a case study.
You will be remembered affectionately by me."





Predicted to be Useless Advice by 2018
~ Save as Twitter Historical Moments

26 December 2016

Business Advice : Women Helping Women : 4 Simple Success Tips

A brand new year is only a few days away. Always looking for ways sisters can help each other out. Found this great article and am passing it along. Success tips for 2017 and beyond!


4 Simple Ways Women Can Help Women Succeed In Business






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31 December 2015

Can Bad Credit be Deleted?

2016 starts tomorrow.  Plan to go back to black?  No.  Not do you plan to buy up all the Amy Winehouse music you can find for the new year.  Is one of your new year's resolutions to rebuild your credit? If so, here is some sound advice.
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Can Bad Credit be Deleted?

Yes, it can. 

Despite the fervent proclamations of bureaucrats and credit bureaus everywhere, a simple fact remains: negative credit listings are deleted from peoples' credit reports by the thousands each and every day. 

A few years ago, an attorney from Lexington Law. visited with a regulatory agency for a casual conversation with two agents. The Agency's office, as a matter of course, believed the credit bureaus' claim that bad credit couldn't be deleted. The visiting Lexington attorney asked, "How many negative listings would you have to see deleted from consumer credit reports before you would believe that bad credit can be deleted: ten? fifty? a hundred? one thousand?" The agents responded with only blank stares. 

"How about 50,000 deleted listings, would that convince you?" continued the Lexington attorney. From his briefcase he pulled a stack of papers six inches high. 

"In these pages, we have listed the permanent deletion of over 50,000. listings from our clients' files in the last two years alone," he explained. The agents pulled the stack across the conference table and began to pick through the pages, taking in the massive list. 

"But have you deleted any bankruptcies?" shot back one of the agents, "we know that bankruptcies can't be deleted." The Lexington attorney leaned across the table and ran his finger down the first page.
"There's one deleted bankruptcy... and, there's another,... and another,... and another. Should I go on?" asked the Lexington attorney. 

The agents sat back in their chairs. "You know," began the junior agent, "I have this one listing on my credit report that simply must belong to somebody else..." 

How is credit repair possible?

The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) allows a consumer to challenge the information on his credit report on the basis of "completeness and accuracy." When a consumer files a dispute, the credit bureaus must contact the source of the credit information (the creditor) and confirm that the information is accurate, verifiable, and not obsolete. In some circumstances, the credit bureau is required to go beyond a simple verification of the creditor's own computer record. If, within 30 days, the credit bureau has not received verification from the creditor, then the credit bureau must promptly delete the credit listing.
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31 December 2014

My Favorite Power Quote 12 (Last One for 2014)

In 2014 started collecting “My Favorite Power Quotes”. Wanted to end the year with a dozen quotes. The last power quote for my year ending 2014 is a word that's full of power!! No matter what language you say it in, it still means the same. It can move mountains.  Hope it inspires you! :)



Love in 44 Languages
Love in 44 Languages



Apologies for the strike through.  My Tumblr account was terminated during the year and the quotes got deleted.





Collected these quotes on my own, but if you're looking for a compilation as ready reference:

Power Quotes From Visible Ink Press



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