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2020 Gratitude with an Equestrian Flair

Gratitude with an Equestrian Flair Back on December 30, 2011, after a year of writing books and blogging, I wrote an open thank you blog article to the ones who had been following me at that time. This is how the very first paragraph started: "Hello Everyone, Twitter & Facebook Contacts, No one likes to be taken for granted wouldn’t you agree? And with that being said, know that I than...
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Word of Mouth in 2020

Word of Mouth Advertising is natural when you like something. If you are a VP in marketing, you certainly know the value in Word of Mouth advertising. It is almost like you can’t put a price tag, even though we do, on a person genuinely liking your product or song and want to share it with the world! This is what people mean when they say, “ For the most part, people hear about me nat...
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Social Media Pick Thursday James A Hill

James A Hill is the Thursday share pick. I like to start this segment off by relating the following: This is going to be short and sweet. Social Media has always been designed for sharing — so share. This week the Product of Culture website is sharing the interesting subject on Psychological Contracts. What are they? Psychological contracts are a set of 'promises' or 'expectations' that...
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Appreciating Love Moving Mountains for Us

Here we are Appreciating Love Moving Mountains… or are we? This journal entry is to reveal a conversation with a person who initiated it by coming to my social media page. I have had many conversations on subjects mentioned below. Such conversations have been revisited by me time and time again over the years. From hours and hours of discussion; or you may call them debates at times; eithe...
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Bullying effects you may not know

Bullying effects you may not know about. This Interesting and sober subject is a repost from May 2, 2019 A child is born with a heart of gold For your Information, here are two thoughts about bullying you may not know. You are aware, this website has talked about the topic of  bullying for quite a few years. Here is an FYI found on Wikipedia. And a recent Instagram post from a talen...
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Appreciation for Reading is Great

Appreciation for Reading; You hear people talk about appreciation quite a bit. They appreciate each day with a measure of life's vitality. All the ones in their circle who enrich the value of everything they do just by being around them. It's like if you are baking a regular tasty pound cake, here they are to place the icing on it —maybe some fruit as well. Strawberry cheesecake comes to min...
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Paisley Park Happy Wednesday Throughout Your Day

Dear Perceptive Readers I wish you Happy Wednesday! It sometimes cracks me up to think about the way some people really get into saying it. You wonder just how many cups of coffee they ingested that morning; or took a shower in it! During the autumn season, I shared some music and documentary videos about Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 - April 21, 2016). You can find a lot more interviews ...
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Art and Music Journey in The Mind

Since there is a time for learning, exercise, and work; there is also certainly a time for ( art and music ) play.   Playing for children often involves high energy of imagination and talking to one another. Talk about high energy, how about the teenagers? What does your daily routine look like? In schools around the world, do they still teach art and music courses? It is expected that when...
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She Picked Him A Sages Poetry

The Sage's Poetry She Picked Him was created in the autumn of 2019. Feel free to contact the author, writer, and owner of this website with inquiries. If you are a new reader to this site, it may help to check out the sample guests blog response post first. Have a comforting day in your heart and mind. - James You can also enjoy the video presentation for the Sage's Poetry here and on Vimeo...
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Guest Blog Request Sample

Perceptive Readers, here is a guest blog request sample correspondence response from me. The name and e-mail of this writer has been removed. I hope this helps you entrepreneurs, professionals, etc to see that e-mail responses do not have to be long. They should be concise, or as some say, just get to the point. Respectfully, that is. Guest Blog Request Sample Dear ____________, Subject:...
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