• June 28, 2022

Warren Harding’s extramarital affair

It was in 1963 when a box of previously undisclosed love letters turned up on a lawyer’s kitchen table. The letters exhibited the extramarital love affair between Warren Harding, who would become the 29th President of the United States, and Carrie Phillips, a staunch, pro-German spy suspect. Spanning the years 1905 to 1920, the approximately…

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Thanks, pass it on!

Who has helped you on your path to success? How have you thanked them? Coach Wooden said, “It takes 10 hands to score a basket.” Show appreciation to others who made you successful: “Coach Wooden insisted that his players always acknowledge the help and support they received from other team members. For example, a player…

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Parenting 101 – 10 keys to raising children

All adults who have children know that it is a challenging and extremely rewarding experience, especially as children grow into responsible, independent, caring, and productive adults and parents in their own right. After helping raise my own children, being a professional martial arts instructor since 1979, teaching thousands of children, and helping other parents raise…

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The best way to learn is to teach

Are you looking for a way to improve the performance of your study time? One of the most effective ways to learn something in your course is to teach it to others. You can do this informally by helping your peers or by organizing a study group, or formally by offering your services as a…

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Selling is Human by Daniel H Pink – Server Selling – Make it Personal and Purposeful

Daniel H. Pink is the author of the new book, “Selling Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others.” Pink wrote the best sellers, “Drive” and “A Whole New Mind.” Pink declares that it’s time to forget the old ABC’s of sales (“Always be closing”) and embrace the new ABC’s: Tune, Buoyancy, and Clarity. The…

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A career in law

Essential skills for a career in law Very often, students enroll in a law school without having a clear idea of ​​what the profession is all about. Many are attracted to a law degree and decide to pursue law school without adequate knowledge of the degree. There are certain characteristics that one must have in…

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Medical Bankruptcy: Using a Credit Card to Pay Medical Bills Is a Bad Move – Use Settlement Instead

In 1981, 8% of all people who filed for bankruptcy did so because they were dealing with medical debt. On the other hand, this figure has risen to more than 50% today. This is a drastic increase and clearly indicates the correlation between medical debt and bankruptcy. It is surprising that people are not prepared…

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Are universities looking for you?

Choosing the right college is perhaps one of the most (if not the most) sophisticated decisions someone has to make in their entire life. Arguably or not, finding the right college is more important to a person than finding the right job. (Actually, I think so). In fact, selecting the right university can be effective…

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Are you blaming your tax preparer for your screwed up tax return?

How a taxpayer argued and lost in Tax Court. Moral: You really do have to take some responsibility for your taxes. Have you ever wondered if you could blame your tax preparer to avoid a 20% penalty from the IRS? Do you create a new version of “The dog ate my homework” or “The devil…

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US Immigration Facilitated by Attorney Ilona Bray

I helped my wife, at the time my fiancée, immigrate to the United States while I was attending law school. He was not yet a lawyer, nor had he taken international law or immigration classes. Unfortunately, finances were such that it was necessary for me to do the work myself, rather than hire an experienced…

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