Be An Expert

By | Apr 28, 2014

An expert is someone that is recognized as being a reliable source of knowledge. Everyone is an expert on something. You are the expert at doing your job. If nothing else you are the expert on you. The best way to become an expert is to have experience. Learn something everyday. There are 3 kinds […]

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By | Nov 20, 2013

It seems to happen too often these days. The alarm clock is set to go off at 5am. You come awake, roll over, glance at the clock and see that it’s 4:14 in the morning. It’s almost like living the Chicago song “25 or 6 to 4”, and just waiting in this case for the […]

The Sins of Our Daughters

By | Mar 4, 2013

It seems that everyday we see young ladies do what many think are foolish things. Recently Miss Teen Delaware, Melissa M King, resigned due to the uncovering of a porn video that appear to have her performing in it. Even if it is her, what’s the big deal? Don’t we all do something that at […]

Photography Tips for Beginners

By | Jan 15, 2013

A little over a year ago I decided to purchase a Digital SLR to take photojournalist pictures for my Tourism related sites for the Delmarva Peninsula. (ShoreToBeFun.com. Even though I did some photography when I was younger, this was the first time in over 20 years that I decided to return to it. Over the […]

Those Who Make Us Who We Are

By | Apr 8, 2010

Life is filled with those who shape us. Some may know that they are shaping you by their actions. Such as a teacher or business mentor. Part of what they are trying to do in their attempt to succeed is to help you improve yourself. But sometimes the most important ones are those who are […]

Saying Thanks at a Conference

By | Apr 6, 2010

Many of us will be part of a meeting, training session or a conference during the rest of the year and beyond. Here are 6 people or group of people you should consider when saying Thanks. Those behind the scenes There are many people involved and some of them may not even be in attendance. […]

National Telecommunicator’s Week

By | Apr 5, 2010

Each year, the second week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as Telecommunications Officers. In October 1991 Congress made a Formal Proclamation to recognize this week as National Telecommunicator’s Week. Those who perform telecommunications duties serve as an indispensable link between the officers and the public, as well as a […]

Happy New Year

By | Dec 31, 2009

As 2009 comes to a close I wanted to take this chance to wish everyone a Happy New Year. What are you calling it? I have heard both Two Thousand Ten and Twenty Ten. I imagine that this will be the year that many begin to move away from Two Thousand and … , towards […]

Be Prepared for Bad Weather

By | Dec 20, 2009

Winter has arrived. If you don’t think that it has, just ask those in the Mid-Atlantic region who have had to shovel out from over a foot and a half of snow. Here are a few things to think about before it gets any deeper into winter. Is everything ready for winter? Has the furnace, […]

Weathering a Winter Storm

By | Dec 17, 2009

States and their counties are experiencing Budget problems. Snow removal may be one of those things that is delayed due to funding. Here are six tips for getting through the storm. 1) Have a flashlight, battery powered radio and clock. Make sure you also have plenty of fresh batteries to support these devices for a […]

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