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Introducing The Mess Before Success www.themessbeforesuccess**** From: Beforesuccess | April 22, 2010 | 1 views The wonderful people we interview are with no script, no agenda, no restrictions, just the raw truth. All are successful in their own right, no one story is the same but some common themes keep recurring; integrity, being open and transparent with others, seek great mentors, don't stop three feet from gold, worry about the seeds you sow not the crops you will reap. We are the bridge for you to gain from the knowledge of successful entrepreneurs by listening to their messes and make them part of your knowledge base not personal experience. We are about connecting you with what has already happened, we all make mistakes! Many are costly both financially and emotionally and these bad experiences can tear at our soul and diminish our resolve. Stand on the shoulders of these giants and gain the knowledge you need to be more successful and hopefully a less messy future
23 Apr 2010
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Is clout and experience of Sarah Palin or Barack Obama the issue in the 2008 USA presidential election? New observations from the campaigns and the media of course. I have no agenda here, just observation. Distributed by Tubemogul. *******howtoknowgod.wordpress**** McCain, Obama face to face at White House US, Kidnapped tourists taken to Libya Lebanon to remove political banners Israel denounces Iran 'fanaticism' Iraq passes provincial election law Iran warns West on al-Quds day Day to express solidarity with Palestinians marked across Muslim world. Quartet 'failing' in Middle East Aid agencies charge US, UN, EU and Russia with little Palestinian-Israeli progress Palestinians die in tunnel collapse Jerusalem car crash 'an accident' Several killed in Iraq ambush Egypt hostages 'located in Sahara' Ahmadinejad: US empire nearing end Bush upbeat on bail-out package US candidates begin crucial debate UN debates Israel settlements Kennedy returns home from hospital Six powers agree on Iran resolution Somalia's pirates seize 33 tanks US rivals spar in first TV debate Turkmenistan takes reformist step Terror suspects held on KLM plane Shooting delays UN Syria inquiry Pakistan 'kills 1,000 militants' Brown backs US bank bail-out plan Bush says bail-out will be passed Malaria battle given $3bn boost China astronauts braced for walk Rapper Rhymes allowed to perform EC call for 'universal' broadband Pakistan troops exchange fire on Afghanistan border Storm Expected to Hit Washington Region Overnight North Korea ousts UN nuclear inspectors Digg takes $28.7 million in funding McCain, Obama face to face at White House Storm Washington Region Overnight North Korea ousts UN nuclear inspectors China's Milk Scandal Now Seen as Risk in Europe $1.4 Billion Effort Seeks Eradication of Malaria in 7 Years Kidnapped tourists moved to Libya, says Sudan Pakistani invokes slain Bhutto in anti-terror plea Computer glitch delays UK flights Zimbabwe's Mugabe urges West to lift sanctions Afghan President to Address UN General Assembly ABC Threats spark panic among students in Finland Associated Press Georgians question Saakashvili reforms National Nine More Christian homes burn in Orissa China praises Tibetan rule, slams Dalai Lama Police nab Indian militants, link them to Pakistan Over a dozen MILF rebels slain Maguindanao clashes--military Number of Aussie millionaires soars Court hears Briton had al Qaeda "contact book" Papuan leader concerned over pair Elderly men accused over ice ring Rudd calls for financial system reform Nursing home not filthy - families Sudan dismisses Bashir indictment push Bush Calls Bailout Vital to Economy, Will Meet With McCain and Obama JPMorgan to buy Washington Mutual deposits: report Durables orders, home sales skid lower Shareholders Approve Merger of Delta and Northwest Oil rises $2 on US bailout hopes Weak Finance Markets Force GE to Lower Forecast Stocks rally on signs a bailout plan will pass; Dow up almost 200 GM's New Plant Will Build Smaller Engines US court fails to reinstate $1.5 billion Lucent award RIM profit jumps, says corporate business "strong" Poll: Obama Leads McCain By 13 Points In Mich. McCain move upsets Wall St bailout talks: Dems Source: Freddie Mac Paid McCain Aide's Firm Letterman keeps up assault on McCain Opinion: Just How Suspended Is McCain's Campaign Anyway? Ky. voters can sport Barack buttons, McCain caps On Economic Bailout, Biden Brags on Obama & Blasts McCain Poll: Obama leading McCain by 13 points in Mich. Obama sounds a populist tone on bailout
18 Jul 2009
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'The Most Nothing You'll Ever Do' It just maybe the quintessential "Old-Style" Fly-In... a beautiful airstrip, hundreds of planes, no agendas, no schedules... just lots of airplane lovers enjoying the company of airplane loving people and their planes. It may also be the closest thing to airplane heaven on this side of eternity... or so we've been told. And now that we've been there... seen the sights, caught the vibe, enjoyed the company and just plain goofed off for the whole annual weekend event, we gotta tell you, we can't argue with that description. Every year aficionados of these antique aircraft gather at Lee Bottom on the last Saturday of September for the Wood, Fabric and Tailwheels Fly-In. This year marked the twelfth anniversary of the event. The airport, near Hanover, IN, sports a recently-lengthened 4000 ft turf runway, which seems natural for the aircraft they're trying to attract. Nestled up to the Ohio River on the Indiana-Kentucky border, Lee Bottom resides in some of the prettiest country in the midwest. Staggerwings, Great Lakes, Stearmans, Swallows, Tiger Moths... What do all these aircraft have in common? Well, they're all made with wood and fabric, and they all have tailwheels. And, of course, they can all be seen at Lee Bottom Flying Field (64I) each September (and on many other weekends)! A privately-owned airport, Lee Bottom is open to the public. Originally established in the 1930's, Lee Bottom has maintained its reputation as a haven for barnstormers and those-daring-young-men-in-their-flying-machines kind of pilots even today. The airport is located at the home of Ginger and Rich Davidson. They host the event in their back yard (which happens to be a public use airport) along with help from their immediate family members and a growing list of volunteers. Rich and wife Ginger own and 'manage' Lee Bottom -- but "no more than they have to." According to their website, "We cater to vintage aircraft and the preservation of our type of airport for the current generation, the next generation, and those that follow." Rich and Ginger purchased the airfield from its previous owner Fritz Hagemann, only after agreeing to a promise. That promise? Simple, Lee Bottom must always remain an airport. The promise is what drives the Davidson's to keep the airport's atmosphere true to its roots. All aircraft are welcome at the fly-in. In fact, it's only $10 per person, and that covers the whole darned weekend. There's as little "organization" as possible... Aircraft will park in order of arrival and if you 'must' drive, (auto) parking is limited to the first 750 arrivals, so one has to get there early. For those who want to make a weekend out of it, attendees are welcome to camp on the field. Remember, folks... It's always the last Saturday of September -- So go ahead and mark your calendar for the next deacde or so. You really don't want to miss this! Join Aero-TV As We Kick Back And ENJOY The LAST Of the Old-Time Fly-Ins! FMI: www.leebottom****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews
19 Dec 2008
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'The Most Nothing You'll Ever Do' It just maybe the quintessential "Old-Style" Fly-In... a beautiful airstrip, hundreds of planes, no agendas, no schedules... just lots of airplane lovers enjoying the company of airplane loving people and their planes. It may be the closest thing to airplane heaven on this side of eternity... or so we've been told. And now that we've been there... seen the sights, caught the vibe, enjoyed the company and just plain goofed off for the whole annual weekend event, we gotta tell you, we can't argue with that description. Every year aficionados of these antique aircraft gather at Lee Bottom on the last Saturday of September for the Wood, Fabric and Tailwheels Fly-In. This year marked the twelfth anniversary of the event. The airport, near Hanover, IN, sports a newly-lengthened 4000 ft turf runway, which seems natural for the aircraft they're trying to attract. Nestled up to the Ohio River on the Indiana-Kentucky border, Lee Bottom resides in some of the prettiest country in the midwest. Staggerwings, Great Lakes, Stearmans, Swallows, Tiger Moths... What do all these aircraft (you did know they're aircraft didn't you) have in common? Well, they're all made with wood and fabric, and they all have tailwheels. And, of course, they can all be seen at Lee Bottom Flying Field (64I) each September (and on many other weekends)! A privately-owned airport certified by the FAA, Lee Bottom is open to the public. Originally established in the 1930's, Lee Bottom has maintained its reputation as a haven for barnstormers and those-daring-young-men-in-their-flying-machines kind of pilots even today. The airport is located at the home of Ginger and Rich Davidson. They host the event in their back yard (which happens to be a public use airport) along with help from their immediate family members and a growing list of volunteers. Rich and wife Ginger own and manage Lee Bottom -- but "no more than they have to." According to their website, "We cater to vintage aircraft and the preservation of our type of airport for the current generation, the next generation, and those that follow." Rich and Ginger purchased the airfield from its previous owner Fritz Hagemann, only after agreeing to a promise. That promise? Simple, Lee Bottom must always remain an airport. The promise is what drives the Davidson's to keep the airport's atmosphere true to its roots. All aircraft are welcome at the fly-in. In fact, it's only $10 per person, and that covers the whole darned weekend. There's as little "organization" as possible... Aircraft will park in order of arrival and if you 'must' drive, (auto) parking is limited, so one has to get there early. For those who want to make a weekend out of it, attendees are welcome to camp on the field. Remember, folks... It's always the last Saturday of September -- So go ahead and mark your calendar for the next 10 years (or so). Join Aero-TV As We Kick Back And ENJOY The LAST Of the Old-Time Fly-Ins! FMI: www.leebottom****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
19 Dec 2008
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