-- This bag is on the go. People who have back problems and students with a lot of books can use the Pack. It is like a back pack but it has wheels and an electric motor. The controls are near the the bags handle. The use can . . .
Coming prepared is the best way t fight anxiety. But some people are still nervous during presentations and a fight or flight response is invoked. Good strategies to managing your anxiety is:
Talking beforehand to your audience . . .
I believe that the US will thrive again once we are the lead supplier of something that is important to the world! a "state"/govt sponsored science fair. the goal would be to find the most innovative and appropriately . . .
Read out loud: Reading a piece out loud helps you to identify clunky, awkward passages that seem to make sense to the eye, especially to the authorâs eye.
Read in reverse: You may have heard about reading backwards, word . . .
Sleeping bag. Most packs are designed with a compartment at the bottom for your sleeping bag. If your pack has dividers that separate the sleeping bag from the rest of your gear, use them to take some of the weight off your sleeping . . .
Heli-skiing isnât for everyone. Before you plan your trip, itâs best to see if a heli-skiing tour is something that will be safe and fun for you.
Is heli-skiing for you? Ask yourself the following questions to . . .
The biggest complaint of the complete novice is cold feet. Or sore feet. Or cut off circulation. This is because the boots you are using don't fit. It is very important to get boots that fit, and not easy to do.
Boots should . . .
Keeping warm isn't hard. Make sure you read the sections on boots, socks, and clothes above. Aside from this, to keep warm you have to wear right amount of clothing, and keep moving.
First, start out warm. When you go out into . . .
Start off by turning 90Âº to face the slope at a right angle. Throw your uphill shoulder down and roll upside down. Make a 270 to land, or tread heavily on the landing.
This Ski Trick is a . . .
The next step after you are comfortable with straight airs and landings is to add a spin. The frontside 180 is a trick that should be done off of a snowboard jump.
First, survey the jump and figure out where the landing should . . .
Stay on the trail even if it is rough and muddy.
Walking on the track edge and cutting switchbacks increase damage, causing erosion and visual scarring.
Walk single file to avoid widening the trail.
Spread out in open country . . .
Many people do not know the origin of Charlemagne.
The son of King Pepin the Short and Bertrada of Laon, he succeeded his father and co-ruled with his brother Carloman I. The latter got on badly with Charlemagne, but war was . . .
In medieval England, title to land was conveyed in fee simple by a feoffment with livery of seisin. The essence of this was a public ceremony, performed before witnesses, called a livery of seisin. The seller and buyer (feoffer . . .
A life estate can last only as long as a particular person lives. The land then reverts to the original owner or his heirs. A deed (or will) which transfers property âto X for his lifeâ is conveying a life estate. . . .
Basically, a lease. Leases usually used verbs in the granting clause like âdemiseâ or âleaseâ instead of language denoting an outright sale. The term could be a specific length of time, or an . . .
I teach some 2 year old classes. They are not easy and are draining. I start out telling the mothers not expect anything. Even older children don't understand the value of learning English, so we shouldn't expect babies to appreciate . . .
This is the feeling of uncomfortable tension which comes from holding two conflicting thoughts in the mind at the same time.
Dissonance increases with:
The importance of the subject to us.
How strongly the dissonant thoughts . . .
Analysis Plan: This is a basic guidance document that is typically produced at the beginning of the Analyze phase and updated throughout it. It is intended to provide direction by way of a documented trail of results and conclusions . . .
Mistake-Proofing: When training is relied upon to solve problems, the issue will not be eliminated. Significant reduction of sources of waste nearly always involves mistake-proofing elements. Enough said.
Pilot/Prototype (Simulation): . . .
Bass defined transformational leadership in terms of how the leader affects followers, who are intended to trust, admire and respect the transformational leader.
He identified three ways in which leaders transform followers:
Increasing . . .
Remember our chat about driving and using your iPhone? Flicktunes makes controlling the iPod in your iPhone (or touch) much easier when you have to focus on other things -- like driving. Flick your finger left . . .
Control Plan: The entire Control phase in Six Sigma is basically a self-checking and self-correcting system. For some people it lacks the thrill of other phases because there is not the same kind of learning and discovery, but . . .
Charter Development: Most projects have some form of a charter, so the complete neglect of the charter is an issue as much as a lack of diligence. Vague problem statements, poorly considered team selection and careless estimation . . .
Put parenting first. This is hard to do in a world with so many competing demands. Good parents consciously plan and devote time to parenting. They make developing their childrenâs character their top priority.
2. Review . . .