Selling Your Home?
When you sell a home, it is your responsibility to disclose material facts that may have an effect on the health and welfare of the buyers.
One very important fact that many homeowners fail to disclose is that their home was once used as a drug house to manufacture illicit methamphetamines (meth), for the sale of cocaine and other illegal narcotics, or to grow marijuana plants.
Most people think of drug houses as run down, dilapidated old structures with broken windows, caved in roofs and floors and in need of major repairs. They conjure up images of eye sores that are run down and neglected with gang bangers and drug addicts hanging around. But that isn't always the case. In reality, illegal drugs are being manufactured and sold in all neighborhoods, even yours.
You may live in what you think is a safe and sound neighborhood with the most pleasant and peaceful neighbors you could ever want. If you could see what is really going on in some of those homes, you might not feel so comfortable living where you live.
Your next door neighbor may be a major drug dealer who is going out of his way to keep a low profile and is doing a good job of blending in. Drug dealers and other criminals are finding that it is........
"The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate."
The way a person views himself helps determine his successes and failures in life
Self-esteem is a psychological mechanism that helps shape and define the image people create of themselves. It is the way they feel about themselves, their self-worth, self-importance, self-reliance, self respect, and other internal self-assessments that make up their being. In other words, self-esteem can be defined as the opinion you hold of yourself.
If you see yourself as a person of high standards and have a relatively high opinion of yourself, you are thought to have high self-esteem. On the other hand, if you don't see yourself as being worthy or have a low opinion of yourself, you are said to have low self-esteem.
Self-esteem is shaped by many things in life such as family, friends, teachers, coaches, bullies, where people live, the environment, the workplace, income, health and welfare, death, and other events thought processes.
The effect your self-esteem has on you boils down to how you internalize things that have an impact on your life. It plays a vital role in the way you live, how you act, and how you think others look at you and how you think others will respond to you.
There are those who can sense whether you have high self-esteem or low self-esteem within moments of.......
The Kansas City Royals have won the 2014 American League pennant and the San Francisco Giants have won the 2014 National League pennant so they will meet in the 2014 World Series. The Giants are making their third World Series Appearance in five years and the Royals are making their first appearance in a World Series since 1985.
Game 1 @KC: Tues. Oct. 21 ( Giants 7 - Royals 2)
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WOMEN, WORK, AND THE WILL TO LEAD
Thirty years after women became 50 percent of the college graduates in the United States, men still hold the vast majority of leadership positions in government and industry. This means that women’s voices are still not heard equally in the decisions that most affect our lives. In Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg examines why women’s progress in achieving leadership roles has stalled, explains the root causes, and offers compelling, commonsense solutions that can empower women to achieve their full potential.
Sandberg is the chief operating officer of Facebook and is ranked on Fortune’s list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business and as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. In 2010, she gave an electrifying TEDTalk in which she described how women unintentionally hold themselves back in their careers. Her talk, which became a phenomenon and has been viewed more than two million times, encouraged women to “sit at the table,” seek challenges, take risks, and pursue their goals with gusto.
In Lean In, Sandberg digs deeper into these issues, combining personal anecdotes, hard data, and compelling research to cut through the layers of ambiguity and bias surrounding the lives and choices of working women. She recounts her own decisions, mistakes, and daily struggles to make the right choices for........