How and What do you Really Know?

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How do you know what you know in life? What’s your criterion for saying something is TRUE? (Is it – I heard a teacher say it last week; my mother or father told me when I was a child; I read it in the newspaper?) Even if you SEE it with your own eyes, you can’t call it TRUE. We only see 1% when the other 99% is the REAL world. And depending on our personality, we even SEE things differently. Some see details; others see the big picture. We can’t trust what we SEE to tell us what is real. With that in mind, I invite you to question when you say I KNOW it. Most of us when describing what we see ADD to it and make up a STORY about what we are seeing. All you...

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Recognize Your Unique Gifts

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By recognizing your unique gifts, you too will flourish into all that you can be! Enjoy this short video.            ...

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Personal Growth

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As an educator specializing in adult education, here I will share information and tools to encourage and support women in all areas of personal growth....

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Meeting the Woz-Co Founder of Apple

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On May 5th, 2012 I experienced a WOW opportunity. I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple Inc. and the technological brains behind the company’s success as he invented the Apple I and the Apple II. He said his first invention was a device that could make three free phone calls to anywhere in the world and his first app was a visual spreadsheet program. He talked about meeting Steve Jobs in high school and becoming friends when Jobs took a summer job working at Hewlett Packard where Steve Wozniak already worked. He said he loved working there. He told the story of building the first prototypes in Jobs’ bedroom and garage, stating his own apartment was filled with monitors, electronic devices, and some computer games he had developed. He talked about starting university...

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