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1) Place the below link on your website’s homepage with the anchor text below:
link = http://www.byreputation.com
anchor text = Internet Marketing
The link should look like this: Internet Marketing
2) Send an email to email@example.com with the subject line "Entertainee -
(Name of Your Site)" and the following information in the email:
-the url where the link is posted
-the title that you want for your website listing
-the description of your website listing
*The website that will be listed in the directory is the url where you place
the link. We are only listing websites that place this link on the
home page. The link can be placed in the footer or in the blogroll, but
it must be on the home page.
"Dare to Dream" Radio, hosted by Deborah Dachinger
“Dare to Dream” is a popular Internet radio program (almost a million listeners) on www.925KYHY.com out of Burbank, California. The “Dare to Dream” radio show with Deborah Dachinger, gives people hope as it helps people move their dreams and goals forward by offering solid guidance and examples. Each show features an opening inspirational segment by Deborah with ideas that motivate listeners to accomplish their greatest desires. The monologue is followed by an interview with a talented guest who shares their experience accomplishing their goal into an impressive reality. The show’s message is ~to not just Dare to Dream but to dare to make those dreams a reality.
dear ladies and gents
on my site http://www.vlado.li/promotion
you find your link Website Marketing
here the titel which I want for my website listing:
ALL AROUND FINE ARTIST, AUTHOR AND NETWORKER VLADO FRANJEVIC
here description of my website listing:
"Website of fine artist, author, graphic designer and networker Vlado Franjevic who was born 1963 in Croatia and lives since 1993 in the Principality of Liechtenstein, Europe. Vlado Franjevic collected untill now very much expiriences with the worldwide art shows and participations in culture exchange projects, art colonies and art symposiums. Vlado is a member of Association of Professional Fine Artists of Liechtenstein, he got a yearly schoolarship of Culture Adviser of the Parlament of the Principality of Liechtenstein and as an author won prizes with his poetry."
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your friendly Piano Wizard ~ David
When I was asked to do an article on respect, my thoughts immediately flashed to Aretha Franklin’s 1967 theme for the feminist movement- “R.E.S.P.E.C.T”.- which upon examination of the lyrics, tells us that she will do anything in return for respect. Respect is very important to each of us! (I was surprised to learn the song was written and first recorded by a man-Brook Benton in 1965.) That the song was recognized as the “anthem” for major social change emphasizes how important respect is to living an abundant life.
Again in my research, I looked for famous quotes that relate to respect. The one most often cited is by Stacey Charter who is known for being quotable:
“Don’t rely on someone else for your happiness and self worth. Only you can be responsible for that. If you can’t love and respect yourself – no one else will be able to make that happen. Accept who you are – completely; the good and the bad – and make changes as YOU see fit – not because you think someone else wants you to be different.”
In working with the varied client base I do, there is a word that has to be addressed with each and every person no matter what their issue. The word is RESPECT and it impacts relationship with others, but most importantly, it impacts your relationship with that most important person, YOU. How can you give to others what you haven’t got for yourself? If you believe that you should do on to others as you would have them do on to you, why do you do the things you do to yourself?
When talking about a word, I like to make sure we’re all on the same page. I turn to Webster’s for clarity. Webster’s defines respect as “the special esteem or consideration in which one holds another person or thing”. Good enough?
Now let’s add respect for self, or self-respect, into the hopper.
Have you got it?
You are here to focus on addiction. That you’re here is a statement in itself. I would strongly suggest you may want to give some serious thought to respect – the respect you have for yourself and others. If you “over indulge” in behaviour that might be considered by some as addictive, what are you saying about your own level of self respect? And if you can’t respect you, truly, how can you respect others? As Stacey says, “make the changes that you see fit” and do it for you.
Please go back and look at the Webster’s definition and then apply it to your own life. Is there something lacking?
In working with others, I coach a holistic approach focused on balanced living, the practise of good mental, physical and spiritual hygiene. The start point is learning respect for self, and it is an absolute necessity for anyone who truly wants a life filled with peace and serenity, a life with hope. Without respect for self, how can you expect the respect of others, something we all aspire to?
When it comes to addiction and recovery, I do not think there is a one size fits all solution. I do believe addiction must be “holistic” but to be blunt, I don’t think recovery is the exclusive property of 12 step groups. That I am a member of a 12 step group tells you something, but I have worked with 100’s who have recovered without going in a meeting room. I coach people to success and work with them for the recovery that they can get.
Next week, join me and let’s continue on with this topic. If you think that “respect” might be an issue in your life, and you want to take some action, I’ll share some simple things you might try. Share your comments and I’ll read them all and try to address your issues from my perspective next week. (www.hopeserenity.ca or www.coched-to-success.com)
This article was written by Keith for www.addictionblog.org
Thank you for the information.
Your friend and massage therapist,
Charles Dane LMT.