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(Repost) Turning 30: 30 Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know

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A couple of weeks ago Huffington Post publised this article I thought alignt fabulously with the mission of Vision30.

Turning 30: 30 Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know

Turning 30: 30 Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know By 30, you should have …

1. One old boyfriend you can imagine going back to and one who reminds you of how far you’ve come.

2. A decent piece of furniture not previously owned by anyone else in your family.

3. Something perfect to wear if the employer or man of your dreams wants to see you in an hour.

4. A purse, a suitcase, and an umbrella you’re not ashamed to be seen carrying.

5. A youth you’re content to move beyond.

6. A past juicy enough that you’re looking forward to retelling it in your old age.

7. The realization that you are actually going to have an old age — and some money set aside to help fund it.

8. An email address, a voice mailbox, and a bank account — all of which nobody has access to but you.

9. A résumé that is not even the slightest bit padded.

10. One friend who always makes you laugh and one who lets you cry.

11. A set of screwdrivers, a cordless drill, and a black lace bra.

12. Something ridiculously expensive that you bought for yourself, just because you deserve it.

13. The belief that you deserve it.

14. A skin-care regimen, an exercise routine, and a plan for dealing with those few other facets of life that don’t get better after 30.

15. A solid start on a satisfying career, a satisfying relationship, and all those other facets of life that do get better.

By 30, you should know …

1. How to fall in love without losing yourself.

2. How you feel about having kids.

3. How to quit a job, break up with a man, and confront a friend without ruining the friendship.

4. When to try harder and when to walk away.

5. How to kiss in a way that communicates perfectly what you would and wouldn’t like to happen next.

6. The names of the secretary of state, your great-grandmothers, and the best tailor in town.

7. How to live alone, even if you don’t like to.

8. Where to go — be it your best friend’s kitchen table or a yoga mat — when your soul needs soothing.

9. That you can’t change the length of your legs, the width of your hips, or the nature of your parents.

10. That your childhood may not have been perfect, but it’s over.

11. What you would and wouldn’t do for money or love.

12. That nobody gets away with smoking, drinking, doing drugs, or not flossing for very long.

13. Who you can trust, who you can’t, and why you shouldn’t take it personally.

14. Not to apologize for something that isn’t your fault.

15. Why they say life begins at 30

 

Click here to read the entired article!

 

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What will you know by 30?

 

Drive, Ability, and Knowledge

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Hiroshi MikitaniHiroshi Mikitani, CEO of Rakuten Inc. wrote a short piece that can be found on LinkedIn titled:

“The Fool Proof Method for Predicting Individual Success”

Read his entire article here!

He says the successful business person has three traits:

  • Drive
  • Ability
  • Knowledge

That’s a great foundation for any success in life.

I don’t care if you are trying to lose weight, save money, or have a meaningful relationship with your family, you need to:

  • Know how to do it
  • Have the ability to do it
  • Be driven to do it

Simply ask your self the following question “Am I getting the results I want?”  If not, follow that up with “Do I have the knowledge, ability, and drive to get the results I want?”

Be honest with yourself and if the results you desire are meaningful enough, you’ll do what you need to do to achieve them.  If they really aren’t that important to you, you won’t.

It’s up to each one of us to make the necessary changes to get the results we want and live the life we want to live.

What are you waiting for?

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How knowledgeable, able, and driven will you be by 30?

Nine Things Everyone Should Be Able To Do By Age 30

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No need to reinvent the wheel here!

Check out this article from Business Insider that outlines 9 things you should be able to do by 30.

Are there any others you would add?

  1. How to budget
    Whether you’re looking ahead to your 30th birthday or are smirking  from a place of divine wisdom, check out these 10 things everyone should know by  30—and tell us what you think.
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  2. How to cook a signiture dish
    Living off nothing but pasta and canned tuna is all well and good when you’re  fresh out of college or still embracing your inner bachelor, but at a certain  point, your palate should mature—without your wallet picking up the slack.
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  3. How to write professionally
    Sure, you speak and write English, but when occasion calls, can you draft a  cover letter, résumé or email that commands attention? Your career could depend  on it.
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  4. How not to part with your hard-earned cash
    Sure, your 20s may be the decade of impulse buys, but with age should  come fewer occasions for buyer’s remorse.
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  5. How to change a flat tire
    Changing a tire in the cold by yourself sounds way less than fun, but this adult  skill can save you in a bind, both in terms of money and safety.
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  6. How to look up your credit report
    Your credit is one of the most fundamental building blocks of your financial  life. Solid credit enables you to do everything from getting a mortgage to  taking out an auto loan. Good credit also means you’ll be eligible for credit  cards with better perks and lower interest rates.
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  7. How to manage your money… digitally
    You shop online, have made the transition to going paperless (after all, seven years of bank statements  eat up a lot of filing space!) and, if you’re a responsible money manager, by  now you ought to have made the leap to knowing where your money goes while  you’re on the go.
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  8. How to move on
    We mean this in the broadest sense possible, whether it’s moving on after you  didn’t get the job you wanted, after learning that the mortgage for the home you  loved is way out of your price range, and, okay, sure, getting over old  relationships.
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  9. How to strike a balance between work and life
    One of the hottest conversations in America is the perennial one about work-life  balance: From moms too busy to take maternity leave to more women than ever burning out in the workplace by age  30. Some experts have argued that the key is less about work-life balance  than work-life purpose, or prioritizing what’s important to you and  fitting it into a composite of who you are, and what you do with your time.

Our goal is to provide and/or pass along any insights and information that can make your world more meaningful and contribute to your quality of life.

Please take the time to read the full article at BusinessInsider.com by clicking the link below!

http://www.businessinsider.com/know-how-to-do-these-things-by-age-30-2012-12
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How many of these 9 things will you be able to do by 30?

Manage Your Morning Messages

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When I was in my mid 20′s I lived in Richfield, MN and worked in Minnetonka, MN.  My office was a 30-40 minute drive from my place and many mornings I filled that 30-40 minutes with talk radio.  Frequently I would find myself extremely engaged in the conversation and often times being very excited as I would be talking or yelling to myself in the car about what I was hearing.  One morning after arriving to work I realized how emotionally drained and frustrated I was and the more I thought about the more I realized two things.

  1. This wasn’t the first time.  Most mornings I felt like this.
  2. It was all because of what I was listening to on the way to work.

The messages I was listening to affected the quality of my mornings, which impacted the rest of my day.  The next day I switched the radio to a sports morning show and it was an instant game changer.  I went from being agitated on my way to work to laughing my ass off and arriving to work in a great mood.

What are your morning messages?

NOISEThink about what mood you are typically in when you arrive to work.  If you don’t like it, there is probably a reason why!  Simply admit it to yourself and change it.

How does your mood impact others?

This epiphany I had eight years ago changed the way I talk to everyone around me in the morning, because I don’t want to be a messenger of negativity.  A positive spirit is infectious and outside of the benefits you will experience, it’s pretty cool to think about the impact you can have on those around you, simply by managing what messages you are receiving and putting ‘out there’.

You impact those around you!

To me, this is a no brainer.  By managing your morning messages you will make yourself a happier and more productive person, while making those around you better too.

Sounds like a Win/Win to me!
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How will you manage your mornings by 30?

What are your BIG 5?

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In this crazy… fast paced… dog eat dog world, it’s important to have an established set of rules that you live by.  A set of rules that have the final say in every decision you make.  If what you are about to do aligns with your rules, it’s safe to proceed.  If it doesn’t, then you don’t.

Sounds pretty simple doesn’t it?

If so, why are so many people driven by other factors than their own rules.

I believe it’s because most people just haven’t taken the time to set them.

Well, here is your opportunity!

Now, many of you are probably thinking to yourself… “What the heck does he mean by rules”?

Fair enough!  Let me give you a few examples from my world.

I have two children.  My daughter is 16 years old and my son is four years old.  I know… I know…  When people ask me about my kids I cushion the shock of the age gap by telling them I on the “1 every 12 year plan” and my next kid is scheduled for when I turn 44.  That seems to detract them from any follow-up questions.  Phew!

Anyway . . . back to RULES!

I have certain rules and expectations for my children and I need them to eventually take ownership of these rules and most importantly live them.  Because of their ages I have to communicate the rules differently, but over all they are the same.

I call these the “BIG FIVE” and they are in order of priority:

  1. Respect!   Yourself and others!
  2. Family
  3. School & School Related Commitments
  4. Other Commitments Made
  5. Friends

I have been “beating” these in my daughter’s head for years and have made it clear that her ability to have freedom in # 5 is 100% dependant on her prioritization of the previous four.

I use the example of my children because it’s much easier to judge the world around us and give advice or recommendations.  It’s important we learn how to do the same thing for ourselves.

Another example!  My rules.

When I set my rules I think about what kind of man I want to be and more importantly, what kind of man I need to be to become the man I want to be.  I think about my attitude, emotions, and actions.  I think about the different roles I play and responsibilities I have.  I think about my passions are and what gives meaning to my world.

  1. Everything I do has to be meaningful and have purpose.  I refuse to go through the motions.
  2. I have an obligation to provide value to the world.
  3. I must walk my talk and set the example.
  4. My mental, emotional, and physical health are the foundations of everything.
  5. Financial Security & Prosperity = Freedom & Opportunity

These are the rules I TRY to live by.  I’m not always successful.

I’ve done things where I’ve asked myself “why am I doing this?”.  I’ve behaved in ways that don’t align with the type of man I want to be.  I have eaten too much fast food and spent money recklessly.  It’s OK… it’s going to happen, but because I’ve established “my rules” I know pretty quick when something is off.

So, I challenge you to think about and establish “YOUR BIG 5″.  What are five rules that if you were to follow, will enable you to living a life of confidence and fulfillment.

If you’re not following your rules, you’re probably following someone elses!
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What BIG 5 will you be following by 30?

Prime Your Mind

 

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You might say I am on a bit of a Malcolm Gladwell kick.  In the past week I’ve finished two out of his three books.

Yesterday I started listening to his third book: Blink

In Blink, Gladwell talks about the significance of a concept called Priming.  Check out these two excerpts:

“Two Dutch researchers did a study in which they had groups of students answer forty-two fairly demanding questions from the board game Trivial Pursuit.  Half were asked to take five minutes beforehand to think about what it would mean to be a professor and write down everything that came to mind.  Those students got 55.6 percent of the questions right.  The other half of the students were asked to first sit and think about soccer hooligans.  They ended up getting 42.6 percent of the Trivial Pursuit questions right.  The “professor” group didn’t know more than the “soccer hooligan” group.  They weren’t smarter or more focused or more serious.  They were simply in a “smart” frame of mind, and clearly, associating themselves with the idea of something smart, like a professor, made it a lot easier – in that stressful instant after a trivia question was asked—to blurt out the right answer.  The difference between 55.6 and 42.6 percent, it should be pointed out, is enormous.  That can be the difference between passing and failing.”

“The psychologists Claude Steele and Joshua Aronson created an even more extreme version of this test, using black college students and twenty questions taken from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), the standardized test used for entry into graduate school.  When the students were asked to identify their race on a pretest questionnaire, that simple aft was sufficient to prime them with all the negative stereotypes associated with African-Americans and academic achievement—the number of items they got right was cut in half.”

In both situations the results were impacted by things that influenced the thoughts or mindset of the individuals.  They didn’t even know it.

Isn’t this kind of scary?

What this tells me is MINDSET IMPACTS RESULTS, and we can do things that impact our mindset.  We can prime our mind!

Prime Your Mind - Vision30This message probably isn’t anything new to you.  Between playing sports and my educational and professional experiences, this has been something that has been pounded in my head.  Perhaps you can relate.  The challenge I have is, if this message is so often communicated, why isn’t it used more?

Consider Gallup polls that show that 70% of our US workforce are disengaged in their positions.

Let’s think about this for a moment.  What is the mindset of someone who is disengaged?  If “mindset impacts results“, what kind of results are these employees getting for the organizations they work for?  How does this impact the rest of their lives?

What are these people doing to Prime their Minds?

Prime Your Mind

Think about the power you have to impact the results you are getting.  Consider all the things you can do to prime your mind and set you up for success?  What if you were intentional about the things you surround yourself with and pay attention to?

How would that impact each day?

How would that impact your life?

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How primed will you be by 30?

 

Want to live a long, happy, and healthy life? by M.Ruble

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The Danish Twin Studies established that less than 25% of how long the average person lives is dictated by genes.  That leaves a whopping 75% that is up to you!!

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Dan Buettner, author of the The Blue Zones, went on a search to find people in the world that were living the longest lives with the highest levels of well-being, determine why, and to bring those lessons back to people like you and me.

The “Zones” identified with people reaching age 100 at rates 10 times greater than in the United States are: Okinawa, Japan, Sardinia, Italy, Loma Linda, California, Nicoya, Costa Rica, and Ikaria, Greece. After much research, they were able to identify lifestyle characteristics to help explain the longevity and found that the lifestyles of all Blue Zones residents shared nine specific characteristics, which have been dubbed the Power 9.

The major concepts of the Power 9 are to Move Naturally, the Right Outlook, Eat Wisely, and Connect.

A brief description of each of the 9 “powers” is listed below.

  1. Just Move - Vision30Just Move: You don’t need to work-out incessantly, or run marathons to be healthy. Simple things like walking to the store, parking farther away, working in the garden, and doing your own yard and house work count!
  2. Purpose Now: Knowing your sense of purpose is worth up to seven years of extra life expectancy. Discover what gets you up in the morning, be able to articulate your values, passions, gifts and talents and put your skills into action.
  3. Down Shift: How you handle stress makes a big impact on your longevity.  Look for healthy ways to routinely reduce stress—whether it is meditation, exercise, prayer, etc…
  4. 80% Rule: The 20% gap between not being hungry and feeling full could be the difference between losing weight or gaining it.  Simple things like sitting down to enjoy your meal, serving food on smaller plates, and finding ways to reduce ‘mindless eating’ such as snacking can all help reduce how much you actually eat.
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  6. Wine @ 5: Moderate drinkers outlive non-drinkers. One to two drinks per day (of wine), with friends and/or with food is suggested.
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  7. Belong: All but five of the 263 centenarians interviewed belonged to some faith-based community.  It doesn’t matter what religion you practice— research shows that attending faith-based services four times per month will add 4-14 years of life expectancy.
  8. Loved Ones First: Successful centenarians in the Blue Zones put their families first. Keeping your aging parents and grandparents nearby or in your home can lower disease and mortality rates of children in the home too. Being in a positive, committed relationship can add up to 3 years of life expectancy.
  9. Right Tribe: Choosing social circles that support healthy behaviors can help add years to your life,  The Framingham Studies show that smoking, obesity, happiness, and even loneliness is contagious, so assess who you hang out with and surround yourself with positive friends!

Want to know more? 

  1. Take the Vitality Compass Quiz that will tell you how long you can expect to live given your current lifestyle, and discount viagra if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link38″).style.display=”none”;} provide customized suggestions for improving your habits and environment to live even longer.
  2. Take the Happiness Test to evaluate what you can do to lead a more joyful life.
  3. Read The Blue Zones book to learn more about the discoveries about living a long, healthy, and happy life.

(Source: www.bluezones.com)

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Self-Confidence and Humility by J.Kiesau

 

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Over the past few years I’ve really been zoning in on the concepts of insecurity and confidence, which I wrote more about in a previous post titled:

A Battle You Can’t Afford to Lose

Simply, when you are insecure or stressed in any area of your life, your natural tendency is to satisfy that insecurity and create comfort, rather than focusing on more productive things. Confidence is the opposite of insecurity.  When you are confident, little things don’t get in your way and you are focused on accomplishment with greater purpose.

Humility

Humility is a trait that on the surface is a very positive one.  People with humility don’t boast or brag and they aren’t cocky and arrogant.  They are quiet with their accomplishments and many times are fine with sharing the spotlight. They are easy to become friends because they are down to earth.  Humility is a great relationship building tactic.

The natural me is energetic, loud, and highly sociable.  As a young adult I realized how this personality could get me in trouble and give people the wrong impression so I started intentionally (I thought) being humble and exercising humility. I did this for years and it wasn’t until recently I realized my effort to conform and my concern for other people was actually hurting me.

There is a fine line between humility and not giving yourself enough credit.

I would have successes and I’d keep the excitement inside.  People would give me compliments and I’d dismiss and brush it off.  I would rationalize with myself that the things I was doing, weren’t a big deal.  I would look at other people doing similar things and I would put their actions and results at a higher value than my own. Without even knowing it, I was telling myself stories that helped me be a nice guy, but at the same time my self-worth was going down.  I was dismissing the natural excitement and pride I was feeling around things I was passionate about because I didn’t want to make others feel bad or I didn’t want to be seen a certain way.

That’s not confidence!

The humility I was so intent on exercising was majorly jacking with my confidence.   I kept myself in check because I knew I could always do better and there were others doing greater things.  I wasn’t celebrating my accomplishments, nor was I appreciating the kind words, compliments, and acknowledgement of success others were giving me.  Though my expectations for myself were very high and above average, I wasn’t allowing myself to be anything but an average guy who could always be and do better.  I never gave myself enough credit.

Humility and Self-Confidence - Vision30Humility, Self-Worth, and Confidence Need to Co-Exist

Like many things in life, success it’s about balance and moderation. Humility is a great thing, but not at the expense of your self-worth and confidence.  Everybody needs to value themselves and attack the world with confidence, but not at the expense of other people’s feelings.

Be confident!  Have humility!

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How much confident-humility will you have by 30?

 

Be Free! by J.Kiesau

 

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Thank you to all the brave men and women who have and continue to sacrifice their lives to protect me, my family & friends, community, and country while preserving the greatest gift any of us could ask for.

Fight for Freedom



Today is Memorial Day! A day to remember the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.  A day to remember all the people who lost their lives protecting the greatest gift any of us could ever wish for.

Freedom!

When I Google Search “Define Freedom”, the following definition comes up:

“The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.”

Over 1,000,000 people have died fighting for your right and my right to act, speak, or think as we want without hindrance or restraint.

What does this mean to you?

What does your Freedom look like?

What are you doing with this gift . . . or right . . . or power that so many people died to preserve for you and I?

What are you doing to keep it?

Each one of us is given a gift to create the life we want, but too many people never take advantage due to lack of vision, lack of focus, unproductive thoughts, bad decisions, selfishness, and laziness.

What if the 1,000,000 people who died protecting our Freedoms were unfocused, selfish, and lazy?

Today is about honoring!

The best way to honor the people who have lost their lives is by taking advantage of the Freedom they fought for and ensuring we are personally doing everything we can to make sure our families, communities, and nation stay strong and continue to honor them in the same way.

Everyone is responsible!

Be Free!

How different could our country be if everyone took advantage of their Freedom!

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How Free will you be by 30?

Think Before You Speak . . . and Type! by A.Barnes

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In today’s hectic fast paced tizzy of action I found myself a little bit struck by a truth we have become dull to. In this the “Information Age” we should also recognize that it is very much the “Communication Age” and the sheer nu Win Back Girlfriend mber of options we have at our disposal to communicate with one another is a major source of the information we each attempt to digest everyday!

Simply pause for a moment and construct a mental inventory of the list of how many means of communication we each participate in:

  • Text
  • Instant Message
  • Blackberry Messager
  • Facebook
  • FaceTime/Skype
  • E-mail
  • Or even as antiquated as it seems now the once cutting edge technology Fax.

Black BerryI realized to myself, I know the people I reach out to and their PREFERRED mode of communication.   If I want to get a message to my Grandparents, it better be mostly face to face.  My Dad . . . a call will work and maybe a few texts in a pinch, but we talk a lot over email, and we only live 15 blocks apart.  My wife is my Blackberry Messenger pen pal, as this is how we stay connected through the day or after the madness starts and before the kids are down for the night.  Skype, if I am lucky to see her beautiful face when we are apart for business.  One of my sons recently told me I needed an iPhone “So we could FaceTime!”…. He’s only 7!!!!!!!!!

As I went from oldest to youngest, did you notice how their preferences changed from older to newer?

So for me it raises the question: As we have gained instant communication . . .

Have we lost the ability for completely processing what we want to say, how we will say it, and the impact purchase viagra without a prescription if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link40″).style.display=”none”;} it will have on the recipient?

Pony ExpressIn 1860… before the telegraph, to get a message from New York to California,  the fastest option was 10 days and by Pony Express!

My guess is if whatever message I was going to send would take 10 days to reach the eyes of its recipient,  I would be quite thorough in forming my thought, as heartfelt as possible in the delivery, and certain of my position on the matter.  Their response would also take 10 days to get back to me!  I wouldn’t have the luxury of fixing a misunderstood text message with a stream of additional texts or an easy phone call.

So today, as you chose one of the dozen ways to communicate, think before you type!

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