How To Use The Power Of Networking And Leverage Like The Big Businesses Do

How do you earn your money? Are you: 1. working for someone 2. a professional or self-employed (exchange your expertise for someone’s money) = small business owner 3. a business owner 4. an investor Most people opt for employment because they see it as a “safe” option. “Job Security” is what they want. However, as many people will tell you; due to downsizing and industries like the recording industry changing from records to CD’s, where a skill is literally obsolete overnight, there is really no such thing as “Job Security.” If you have a job, think for yourself: What would you do if your boss tells you tomorrow that you have no job? How long will you be able to survive? The second way is to be self-employed, or to be a professional. Some professionals have jobs, like teachers, nurses and doctors, but most have a practice or are self …

Lack of basic nutrition creates generation of criminals, prison system society

A new study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry shows that children who experience malnutrition exhibit strikingly increased behavioral disorders and aggressive behavior as they grow older. The study looked at children between the ages of eight and 17 years and found some rather shocking statistics about their behaviors. Children who suffered certain nutritional deficiencies demonstrated a shocking 41% increase in aggression at age eight. At age 17, they demonstrated a 51% increase in violent and antisocial behaviors. And the only difference is their diet. It’s all about the foods they were eating and the nutrients they were missing. Four primary nutrients were tried in the study: Zinc, iron, B vitamins and protein. Malnourished children weren’t getting crucial minerals like zinc and iron, and they weren’t getting the B vitamins they needed to develop healthy nervous systems. Now let’s talk about these nutrients in a little more detail and …