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Helpful Small Business Event in January

Ryaneliason For small business owners, solopreneurs and entrepreneurs who read my blog:

I just found out that Ryan Eliason (pictured left) has put togther a great lineup of speakers and training for his event called Conscious Business Training | Social Entrepreneur Empowerment Series.

The event is January 11-20 and February 8-17.

Check it out and see if it resonnates with you. If it does, you can attend for free.

Help me target my recommendations for you:

Does this sound like a worthwhile event to you? Did you register for it?


Wishing You Many Blessings This Holiday Season

Christmas Tree 1005 With the holiday season in full swing, I hope you'll take a few moments to share feelings of joy, peace and love with me by visiting my special holiday page I created for my subscribers and fans.

Visit http://bit.ly/gnutKr

Thank you so much for your valuable attention and know that I appreciate you very much every day of the year.

Have a safe, joyous and peaceful holiday season.

From my family to yours, Happy Holidays!


Jason Whitlock Thinks Michael Vick Should Be Allowed to Get a Dog

image from static.foxsports.com Jason Whitlock is a noted sports reporter who is featured on MSNFoxSports.com. His bio tell us, "He writes about the sports world from every angle, including those other writers can't imagine or muster courage to address."

Recently, he posed and interesting thought.

He brought up the idea that NFL star quarterback Michael Vick deserves a chance to make it right and should now be allowed to get a dog.

For my readers who do not follow NFL Football, Michael Vick is the disgraced pro quaterback super star who, according to Whitlock, "threw away a $100 Million dollar contract and his freedom" when he was convicted and went to prison on felony dog fighting charges.

He has now served his time in prison, was released and today is back as a star quarterback for the Philidelphia Eagles. Obviously, in Michael Vick's case, rehabilitation worked.

In considering this thought from the perspective of a former Military Dog Handler I responded to Jason with the message below:

Hi Jason,

I would recommend that Michael Vick connects with Cesar Millan, the Nat Geo Dog Whisperer, adopt an abused Pit Bull that Cesar has rehabilitated and get back on the track of true dog appreciation. AND you are the person who can make it happen.

Does this sound like a good idea to you?

Can Cesar Millan help Michael Vick?
 
I believe he can.

But what do you think? Does Michael Vick deserve another chance to know the love of man's best friend?