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a distressed blue anchor design for those lazy days at sea… or the beach bar.
happy summer.
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"Grungy Blue Anchor"

Feature: Trei Johnson

Originally from Binghamton, NY, Trei Johnson comes to CBS 2/Fox 28 from sunny Florida. She began her career in Upstate New York at WITV before heading to WCTI in New Bern, North Carolina as an Evening Anchor. 100 more words

Race car driver

I cut my hair. Off. A thing I never would have imagined myself doing. I had had the same hair since I was 14 or 15. 545 more words

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Angry Female Reporter Gets Frustrated on Live TV

Online watching videos and came across this video, thought he was funny. Hopefully you guys enjoy it as much as I did. thanks for watching. Remember its, Time I Laughed.

18Lb Crabclaw Marine Small Boat Anchor

In used condition with scratches.  Works great.

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Hope Is a Strategy (Well, Sort Of)

Ok, I can hear you groaning. We’ve all heard the phrase “Hope is not a strategy” — and it isn’t, especially when based on illusion, delusion, fiction or false assumptions. 688 more words

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Harvard Business Review reblogged this on Delphine's Blog and commented:

As I get deeper into coaching a client about her career, increasingly we centre on her values and interests, which brought us to consider 'hope' as a factor. What is the taste and feel of her hope? Until we understand that hope is essential to her moving forward in her stagnated career and life, we're fiddling. Her experience of hope has taken a battering of late, causing her to flirt with hopelessness. This morning my mission is to explore what others say and think about hope.Ms Mills-Schofield's blog has been incredibly helpful in my quest. I'd not ever heard that 'hope isn't a strategy', so the title of this blog, particularly the '(well, sort of)' caught my attention.  If hope is no more than a fanciful dream it will not serve my client well. If, on the other hand, if it is 'based on real-world experience, knowledge and tangible and intangible data'; we can travel on a realistic and practical path. It means we have to test the source of my client's hope as well as its direction. I cannot imagine success without hope. And hope surely is the anchoring strand from where we are now to our vision or dream for the future. That anchor has to be firm and solid, not based on 'illusion, delusion, fiction or false assumptions.' Not so easy to work out on your own, sometimes, but a coach who isn't shy about asking the kind of questions that have you thinking beyond what you've been telling yourself, should be able to help a floundering client rediscover hope.