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Living Healthy – 3 Secrets to Healthier Living

Life is all too short.  Find ways to really live and enjoy it to the fullest everyday will help you make the best of every precious moment of it. Here are 3 secrets to living a longer healthier life.
Eat Well – What you feed your body determines how you feel, how you look, and how you feel about yourself. And all of these and directly related to how much and well you are able to really enjoy doing the things you love.
The term eating well has been used so often, it’s sometimes hard to define exactly what that means. A balanced is first on the list. This includes fruits, vegetables, high fiber, multi-grains, and lean meat, fish, and foods that are low in sugar and salt. Organic foods give you the assurance that chemicals have not been used in growing or manufacturing, and sumptuous taste is well worth the additional cost.
For those of us who love to eat, this kind of diet can sound limiting and even harsh. But a walk down different aisles of your supermarket will yield a pleasant surprise. There are delicious vegetable burgers, tasty low fat hot dogs, and dozens of yummy choices for dessert that are lower in calories but not in flavor. Gelatos, sorbets, and frozen yogurts are just a few delicious alternatives waiting for you to try.
You’ll find that a body that you thought was losing it, can look healthier, and younger again as you start thinking outside the box about the foods with which you fuel your body.
Keep Moving – A hundred years ago, daily life demanded physical activity. There were very few cars, elevators, escalators, washing machines, vacuums, or any of the other modern conveniences that make our lives so easy now. So there was no need to go to the gym because daily living required constant activity.
Now with vacuums that move on their own, multi-car families as the rule, subways, high rise buildings that demand use of an elevator, and remotes for everything, you can go through a whole day without moving very much at all.
Lack of movement may seem like a convenience, but is really hazardous to your health. If you don’t use it, you lose it has never been more true. What do you lose? Muscle tone, endurance, and energy are greatly decreased with limited activity. 
But with such a busy lifestyle, how can you work in activity without adding hours to the day that you just don’t have? Use half of your lunch hour for a walk. Park further away from the store and walk. If you love to work in the garden, do it often. Consider getting a bicycle and riding with your children. Dance with the vacuum as you clean the house. And my personal favorite, get a dog and go for a walk every day.
Breathe Fresh Air – An 88 year old perky friend of mine keeps her house absolutely frigid. Even in the winter her windows are always open just a little. She attributes her long life and good health to breathing fresh air. Wow I thought.
But where does one get fresh air these days? Depending on where you live, opening the windows may let in more pollutants than fresh air, but the concept of always introducing new indoors is a healthy one.
If opening your windows is not a possibility, a high efficiency particle arresting (or HEPA) air purifier is and excellent solution for keeping the air inside your home fresh, clean and healthy.
HEPA air purifiers can remove pollutants as small as .3 microns includes household dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, pet dander, and bacteria and viruses. All of these are known to trigger respiratory conditions such as allergies and asthma. And filtering your air 24 hours a day is even better than opening the windows because it allows you to keep the temperature comfortable all the time.
Making changes in these three areas of your life with make living healthier fun, and will make life more fun to live.

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Living Buddha, Living Christ – Awesome Book Regarding Unity

This is a wonderful book by Thich Nhat Hanh. His perception of Buddhism and Christianity is right on point. I really like his philosophy regarding, religion, recognition of faiths, and integration of faiths. Living Buddha, Living Christ, comes alive while reading these excellent words on its pages. One is able to feel the “spirit” or in other words the “breath” flowing in a natural manner while being mindful over the words being read.

This awesome book has ten chapters and a wonderful glossary of term at the end. However, one would miss a whole lot of vital information if the Introduction is not read. Listen to these words found in the introduction regarding knowing oneself:

“So while you accompany me, although you do not yet understand it, you have already come to know, and you will be called ‘the one who knows himself.’ For whoever has not known himself knows nothing, but he who has known himself has already understood the depth of all things.”

This is such an awesome beginning for a book of this nature and for one to read and understand the concepts and principles being presented.

Chapter One addresses the lessons regarding to Be Still And Know. The section on “Interbeing” states:

“In the Psalms, it says, ‘Be still and know that I am God.’ ‘Be still’ means to become peaceful and concentrated. The Buddhist term is samatha (stopping, calming, concentrating). ‘Know’ means to acquire wisdom, insight, or understanding. The Buddhist term is vipasyana (insight, or looking deeply). ‘Looking deeply’ means observing something or someone with so much concentration that the distinction between observer and observed disappears.”

Naturally, one is able to see that this text not only spells things out progressively. It is also based on teaching the basic foundation for understanding.

Chapter Three covers The First Supper. While we eat we must realize that our food is a gift from God and we must be thankful for every meal. Hanh states, “To eat a piece of bread or a bowl of rice mindfully and see that every morsel is a gift of the whole universe is to live deeply.” This is really a religious experience for many and is like unto the priest giving the body of Christ to communicants.

This awesome book is full of wonderful words for the mind, body and soul. Chapter Ten regarding Faith And Practice will move the mind to another level of realization. Meditate on these words for a while from Hahn:

“The living the Dharma is the way embedded by Buddha, bodhisattvas, and all who practice it…’The Sangha is comprised of the four pairs and the eight types who are worthy of offering, hospitality, gifts, and salutations, unsurpassable fields of merit in the world.’ All Buddhists practice taking refuge in the Three Jewels: Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha. Doing so brings the feeling of calm, solidarity, and comfort, and nourishes faith.”

These are just wonderful word of upliftment that enlightens the soul and allows for greater understanding and realization of who we are and where we are.

The text ends with the position of Real Dialogue Brings Tolerance. Hanh’s words regarding, “The fact that the absence of true experience brings forth intolerance and a lack of understanding” is right on point. One is truly unaware of the greatness that exists in another person where there is a lack of dialogue and understanding. When the ego comes into the picture, a delusionary state of consciousness take place and all sense of reality in a positive state of mind are lost. One is then blinded by the dust he or she has created.

One has to read this book to get the full picture and to become rooted in the faiths articulated by Hanh. It’s an awesome boom to read and meditate on for a lifetime. The knowledge to be gained from this text is invaluable.

One may obtain more information about Thich Nhat Hanh the author at the following website:

Submitted by “Epulaeryu Master.” 

Joseph S. Spence, Sr., is the co-author of two poetry books, A Trilogy of Poetry, Prose and Thoughts for the Mind, Body and Soul, and Trilogy Moments for the Mind, Body and Soul. He invented the Epulaeryu poetry form, which focuses on succulent cuisines and drinks. He is published in various forums, including the World Haiku Association; Milwaukee Area Technical College, Phoenix Magazine; and Taj Mahal Review. Joseph is a Goodwill Ambassador for the state of Arkansas, USA, and is an adjunct faculty at Milwaukee Area Technical College. He has completed over twenty years of service with the U.S. Army.

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Living a Creative Life

by izqrdo

What does it mean to live a creative life? It means looking for new and better ways to live from day to day and year to year, rather than going along on automatic or doing what everyone else around you is doing. It means applying that brainpower to more than just paying the bills and winning those video games – and more than even creative thinking or writing.

For example, the usual approach to the problem of survival in a modern economy is to get a job. One’s creative impulses are usually limited to finding the “right” job and doing the things necessary or helpful to getting hired. But a person that is living a more creative life would approach this in an entirely different way. How? That depends on the person, and we can’t call it creativity if it is just a formula. But an example might give us an idea of a different way to think about this part of life.

Instead of looking for a job, a truly creative person could ask the question, “Do I really need a job?” or even the more fundamental question, “Do I really need money to survive?” Both of these questions will inspire different ideas about how to pay the bills and live in society – if they are pursued with an open mind.

There are many ways to make money that don’t require employment by a company. I have met people who pay the rent collecting returnable cans off the streets and from the garbage around the town they live in. I have had friends who made a living just working for individuals in whatever capacity they needed help, without ever having to fill out a job application. Others sell their handicrafts in parks and on street corners in major cities. I read a book by a man who started investing in real estate straight out of high school (and even while in it), and never worked a job in his life. Day traders and artists and prospectors have all found ways to make money – sometimes more than a job would have paid.

So there are options that can be explored. And as for the question about whether a person needs money to live in society, it doesn’t have to suggest that money is unimportant. It can lead one to question how much money is really necessary, or rather how little is necessary if a person makes managing it and using it appropriately a higher priority than making more of it. Some people can make less than $ 10,000 annually in the United States – poverty by normal measures – and still pay all the bills – and travel the world once in a while. I have known some of them.

There are many ways to live. A friend once lived in a tent. Others I’ve met lived in a school bus in the desert. I have known people who take care of other people’s homes as a way to live without rent. Some people build their own homes and cabins. Others get jobs that include a place to live as part of the deal. Still others travel and work when they can, living in any way that they can as they go.

This challenging of common cultural assumptions doesn’t mean that to be creative you have to live under a bridge and perform with trained raccoons in the streets for tips. This kind of questioning is just a start. Many very creative and unconventional people live in normal homes and have normal jobs. But  they are not there just because that’s how it’s “supposed to be.” It just happens to work well for them at the time. Many of these same people spent some part of their life traveling or volunteering in other countries or living on a boat perhaps. But if they live a creative life, they actually explore all the options they have for jobs, homes, relationships, politics, and for every other aspect of their lives.

Copyright Steve Gillman. For more on living the Creative Life, as well as invention and business ideas, story starters, political and economic theories, deep thoughts, and a free course on how to have new ideas, visit :

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Living Life To The Fullest

by izqrdo

As we head towards summer time here in Australia, we have so many more opportunities to really get out and enjoy life. The daylight hours are plenty the weather is lovely and really there is no excuse not to enjoy yourself.


You see it’s not just the things we do that makes us happy, life fulfilment comes from a place within, a place that has all of our values, beliefs, habits and emotions stirring around inside us. A person can be really out their enjoying daily activities and still be quite unhappy and unfulfilled.

Life fulfilment starts from within and spreads outwards, it starts with understanding who you are and what you stand for. It also starts with knowing what you want. Most people in life just sail through day in and day out not really knowing what they want or how to get it. Before they know it they’re mid 40’s with not much to show for it. Anyone can live a life full of fulfilment and happiness if they choose to do so.

So where does this all start. Well it begins with knowing yourself.

First you must know what you want to stand for, your values. What is it that is important to you. Love, happiness, freedom, security, flexibility, health
Make a list of all the things you know are important to you. When you have a list of values ask yourself “Do I live by these values each day” “Do I do things that make me feel happy” it will become very clear whether you do or don’t.

Secondly you must be aware of your beliefs and change them to support your values. For example if you have a belief that ‘nothing good happens to anyone in the world’ but you have a value of love and friendship, then there is no chance that you could actually be happy and living by that value. Your belief just want allow it.

Thirdly your habits must be consistent to allow you to live by your values and beliefs. These are the things that you do. A habit can take all of 21 days to form and become a part of you, so it’s not a long time in the big picture. For example you couldn’t have a value of health and wellness, but your habit each Friday was to get junk food. Everytime you had that junk food you would feel disappointed with yourself.

Once you align all 3 areas up you’ll be amazed how much happier and how much more you get out of life.

Life fulfilment starts from within, you will always be far happier, more productive and more content when you understand yourself and what you want out of life.

Michael Griffiths is the founder of Secrets Of A Super Life. He works with hundreds of individuals to gain more out of their life and get the results they are looking for. To get your free life success resources visit


Living in a Big City

by kengo

Thousands of people rush into cities each year. Some come for education. Some come for shopping or sight-seeing. Some come on business. But most of them, attracted by the job opportunities and modern life, come to stay.

There are some advantages for the people living in a big city. First the people who live in a big city can enjoy the miracles of the latest technology of the human being. Most cities have some facilities of popular science. People can go there and understand science knowledge. Second, the big city can provide many conveniences in transportation and traveling for the people who live in the big city. For example, they can travel with the magnetic suspension train whose maximum speed can attain 400 km per hour. They can take the subway to work every day. Another advantage that city people can enjoy is that they can live more convenient and entertaining. There are a lot of supermarkets in the city. When you need something, you could just go and buy them in supermarkets. As for cultural recreations there are many cinemas and concerts halls in the big city.

However living in a big city has some disadvantages. Population and noises, mostly from factories and cars, severely affect people’s health. As hundreds of people rush into big cities, the population of cities has rapidly mounted which results in crowed buses, a lot of traffic jams, many traffic accidents and poor housing conditions. Frequent traffic accidents threaten people’s lives.

People may have many opinions about living in a big city. Some would think city life is too boisterous and roaring, whereas others may enjoy it. It all depends on one’s personal point of view and experiences. As for me, I was born in the big city, and I am used to everything here. So I will choose city life.

I think living in a big city is much more convenient and comfortable because the transportation is very good and you can go anywhere easily and fast. There are lots of big malls, supermarkets, banks, theatres, parks and so on. Every coin has two sides. There is much more pollution and noisy in big city. Too many people make the city crowded.

People enjoy city life chiefly for its conveniences. To begin with, the city provides fast transport, with roads and buses leading to every corner. Then, there are department stores and shops all over the city, where you can buy all kinds of goods you want. Besides, hospitals and other services are all with easy reach. Indeed, whatever you need is, you can easily get what you want.


However, cities are confronted with many problems. One is the housing problem. For example, it is not uncommon for two or even three generations to share an apartment. Another is noisy. Finally, there is the problem of competitive atmosphere. For example, people who have been in the apartment block may well be strangers to each other. In short, the city is only a place for business, to be visited occasionally. It is not an ideal place for permanent residence.

A village is composed of small population that is not advanced whereas a city is very advanced and has large population. Life in a village is completely different from life in a city. This difference is like distinction between earth and sky.

These lifestyles are totally different from each other. It is hard to find similarities between persons of different characteristics and same as with life in villages and cities. Cities are getting more advanced everyday and it has forced people to leave their village pride behind and become more city oriented. City and village life has characteristic that are similar and different.

Village life and city life are somewhat provincial. People can’t think of a life beyond the boundaries of their village or their city. Villagers think that villages are the best place to live, and people living in urban places think that they are more fortunate. There are some similarities between both locations. Children in the villages have their desires and ambitions like city children. They also want to be something in their lives. Villagers, like urban people, are hard workers.

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Secrets To Living Longer

by kengo

Which are ways to live longer? Does the gene decide the duration of your life? Being born in a family with history of longevity, you have more possibilities of living longer. But just basing on this, a longer life is not guaranteed completely.


You can start with attitude. Being a positive e thinker can not only impact the quality of your life, but can contribute to how long you can live. In 2002, researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., found that optimistic people decreased their risk of early death by 50 percent compared with those who leaned more towards pessimism.


Also stress can affect the immune system and cause a variety of health issues. You cannot avoid stress in your life, but knowing how to handle the stress and remain positive can help contribute to a longer and healthier life. Did you know that owning a pet can help in handling stress? Rebecca Johnson, a professor of gerontological nursing at the University of Missouri at Columbia, showed that interaction with pets does, in fact, reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol.


And having a pet may add years to your life. One of the first studies in this arena, which appeared in “Public Health Reports” in 1980, showed that the survival rates of heart attack victims who had a pet were 28 percent higher than those of patients who didn’t have an animal companion. “The health effects seem to be very real and by no means mystical,” says Alan Beck, director of the Center for the Human-Animal Bond at Purdue University. “Contact with companion animals triggers a relaxation response,” he says. Another factor in living longer is not being overweight. Research shows that obesity can lead to medical conditions, including diabetes, heart disease and various cancers. So powerful are certain lifestyle choices that recommended diets along with maintenance of physical activity and appropriate body mass can, over time, reduce the incidence of cancer by 30 percent to 40 percent, according to the American Institute for Cancer Research.


Avoid smoking and eating too much sugar. Both of these weaken the bodies immune system which can contribute to health issues.


Exercising at least 30 minutes a day has shown to strengthen the immune system and may increase your chances of a longer life. And last of all learn how to life each day. Don’t take things so seriously that you are angry and negative as this affects your overall well-being.


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Strategies for healthy living

by izqrdo

Do you want to lead a proper life? Many individuals are now interested to move towards a healthier life pushed mainly by the campaigns that are made for a better nutrition. Indeed lots of our current health problems are caused by our wrong diet and may have been prevented if we eat properly. For example by reducing our consumption of meat and rather concentrate on more vegetables, you can definitely reduce the risk of developing some health conditions. The goal of this post is to provide you more details on the changes that you can make and I hope that itâ??ll be useful for you.

Firstly it might be important that you consume some balanced diet. Some of us have a diet that looks like that of wild animals as evidenced by the amount of meat we eat. People can indeed benefit more from the consumption of more vegetables and fruits. This may prevent us from accumulating too much fat within our body and at the same time provide all the nutrients needed for the good working of our body. You can have a look at our French internet site on cuisine () because it carries some useful point.

Eating vegetables and fruits may also help in healing some health conditions. There are lots of individuals who suffer from flatulence and may benefit from altering their diet. In fact flatulence is mainly caused by poor digestion and changes in your diet can certainly be helpful in order to cope with such condition. Definitely reducing your intake of certain food can bring some additional benefits for you personally. Recently I have come across this French article on flatulence () and should be interesting for you to take a look.

If you really enjoy the changes to your diet you can also be interested to share it with your friends and relatives. I have been to some receptions where only healthy food was offered. This can be a good way for you to help your mates by altering their lifestyle. And if you know how to do it properly you may also make some savings on the cost of arranging your reception. In case you require more information about this topic you can take a look at this French article on reception planning () since it features some useful point.

In order to live a proper life then there are some changes that you will have to make to your way of life. And in many instances you simply must make some changes to your eating habit. For example you might like to reduce your consumption of meat and preferably increase your intake of fruits and veggies. Over time youâ??ll really reap the benefits of this change. This post has only supplied a short list of modifications and there are plenty more that you may find by searching on the internet.

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The Right Living Will Attorney

When it comes time to plan for the later years of life many people put off the decision for much too long. The main purpose of sitting down to do what is usually called succession planning is to make sure ones survivors are provided for in a way that supports a comfortable life after you’re gone.

Such things as housing and income and health care are just a few of the issues that must be prepared for so that the surviving family members can avoid unexpected or unplanned for financial short falls.

It is best to seek a living will attorney to help with this type of planning. The fees are modest, especially when compared with the potential for oversights when dealing with the complicated issues of finances and property and health needs that extend into the distant future.

So the question is, “How do I find a good living trust attorney?” Let’s list a few of the tips that will help with this challenge.

1 – Check with friends and relatives and work mates. You’ll want to get at least three to five names of attorneys. It is vitally important that you are specifically seeking attorneys that specialize and have experience that has been largely focused on preparing Living Trusts. It is important to know that attorneys, like doctors, specialize in specific practices. You wouldn’t seek out an eye surgeon to set a broken leg from a skiing accident. The same rule applies to attorneys. Pay attention.

2 – Now call or email a lawyer’s referral service. Request the names of at least three attorneys that specialize in living trusts.

3 – Once you have hopefully gathered at least five or so names you’ll want to do your pre-interview research. Please make sure you don’t start calling to speak with your list of attorneys before you complete this step. A) Run each of the attorney’s names from your list through the Bar Association’s research files. You’ll be looking for a confirmation of their specialty, which will be registered with the Bar Association. B) You’ll also use this research to determine the attorney’s behavioral records. In the unlikely event an attorney on your list has received even one admonishment, regardless of the nature; eliminate him or her from your list and move on to the next name.


Is Life Really Worth Living?

I know my title is depressing. Yeah, yeah…it REALLY makes you want to read on, doesn’t it? It gives you that warm, fuzzy feeling. Right?

But haven’t you asked that question at some point in your life?

-When death takes someone dear

-When we don’t know how we’re going to pay our bills

-When our children face a life-threatening illness

-When our spouse proclaims they no longer love us

I know I have asked this question more than ever since the death of my father in 2006. It was then that I had to face the void left in my heart by this larger-than-life man. As I stood at his grave and contemplated the fact that, although he brought joy to the lives of many, the memory of his life would fade and life would go on. Even two years later, just last week, as I stood staring at his tombstone, the question lingers and stings me to my core. All his work…his life…his laughter…his ministry…the constant theme of working his fingers to the bone for those he loved…was it worth it? I wish I could ask him.

Or how about the fame and riches of a Michael Jackson? Yesterday was the memorial service following his untimely death. As his soul moves into eternity…was life worth it for him? All the fame and glory, which faded after time…the riches…having the world as his oyster (for a time)…was it worth the scrutiny, the horrible allegations he faced, the constant pressure of being Michael Jackson—was it all worth it?

I mean, even though Michael’s name will go down in history and my father’s won’t-either way-life will go on.

Was it all worth it? The question begs to be answered.

Never before in my life has the book of Ecclesiastes so poignantly echoed in my heart and mind.

“Meaningless, Meaningless” is how the writer describes life. He says it is a “chasing after the wind”. He describes his lifelong pursuit of happiness by seeking knowledge, women, riches, and hard work. Yet, in all these endeavors “happiness” was captured in fleeting moments at best.

His conclusion is that the whole purpose of mankind is to fear God and keep His commands.

Is this depressing? At first, it seems to be. It echoes the sentiments of all those who seek the best that this life has to offer, attain it…..and find it sorely lacking.

It is this reality that has truly evoked in me the realization that scripture is correct; we really are strangers in this world. Never before have I longed so much for Christ to return and take His people home to the place He has prepared for us. Gone are my youthful longings of a long physical life here on earth, filled with fame and glory and maybe some riches thrown in for good measure. No more. Now, I long for a joy that lasts. For that place where my health won’t fail, my energy never fades, and worry will be an obsolete memory of what was. My heart now yearns to be reunited with all those who have gone before me, a reunion that is always joyous and never ends.

For the first time in my life, I have a deep, heartfelt appetite for heaven and I can’t wait to get there.

So, is life really worth it? It is a trickier question than I thought. In some pursuits, it is not. If one is looking for happiness in the externals that life dangles in front of us, I believe it only ends in lonely disappointment. However, if one seeks the inner happiness that can only come by knowing the Lord intimately then we can view temporal riches as just that-temporal-and we can be okay with that. If you earn lots of money, enjoy it, but don’t seek your joy there. If you become famous, stay humble and know that fame can fade quickly. If you seek knowledge, learn all you can and use it to help others-but know that the brain is fragile and our memory can quickly be affected by illness or injury. In other words, enjoy the good things life brings but know that real joy can only come in a relationship with the Divine. Pursue Him and your joy will withstand any changes in this fickle existence we call “life”.

In the meantime, let me offer some places where once can find moments of pure joy, even while we wait on the eternal:

-the hugs and kisses of a child

-the word “daddy” or “mommy”

-seeing a life change for the better and knowing you were part of that

-the bliss of serving others

-holding hands with the person you’re spending your life with

-true friendship

-moments of spiritual connection with others

-knowing you are in the Lord’s will-truly letting Him work in your life

-watching your child learn and grow; seeing them read or swim for the first time

-enjoying grandchildren

I could go on and on. Moments of true joy only come in relationship to God or others. This is where joy shows itself, short of heaven. This is where we build our true legacy. And, honestly…….THESE are the moments when life is truly worth it.

Everything else, in the long run…means very little.

About the Author: Aaron Welch is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has devoted his life to reaching out and helping people to grow and mature through difficult life situations. Whether it has been through clinical counseling, pastoral ministry, youth camps and conventions, public speaking, leadership training, educational instruction, athletic coaching or small group ministry, Aaron has more than twenty years of experience in assisting people through life struggles and personal growth. His genuine love for people and his outgoing personality combine to create a safe and caring environment for people to put the pieces of life back together. To find out more about Aaron and the services he can offer, please visit or call 407-761-4514

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An Insight Into The Thoughts Of Living Achievers!

by kengo

Think objectively and keep a sense of humour.Make the business fun for you and others. The above quote can be rightly justified for Stephen Dachowski, Alan Dachs, and Josh Dachsteiner

Stephen Dachowski is Merck & Co. Senior Marketing Manager. With glorious perfection to hard work demonstrated by Stephen Dachowski and team Merck is a leading research-driven pharmaceutical products and services company. Merck discovers, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of innovative products to improve human and animal health, directly and through its joint ventures. Merck-Medco manages pharmacy benefits for employers, insurers and other plan sponsors, encouraging the appropriate use of medicines and providing disease management programs. Through these complementary capabilities, Merck works to improve quality of life and contain overall health-care costs. Stephen Dachowski strongly believes, Courage faces fear and thereby masters it. Cowardice represses fear and is thereby mastered by it

Alan Dachs is Fremont CEO/President. Fremont Group is a San Francisco-based private investment firm with assets under management across a broad array of asset classes. They are distinguished by their focus on superior performance, their operating orientation, and their commitment to true partnership. The company has financial resources, the expertise, and the breadth of experience to identify opportunities where others might not and to move quickly to capitalize on those that fit their criteria. Alan Dachs strongly believes,If you are late in reaching the station, you cant complain to the railways that the train left without you.

Josh Dachsteiner is Butler Supply Branch Manager. At Butler Supply, their team is trained and ready to serve you. Whether you need advice on an electrical, plumbing or voice-and-data project, Josh Dachsteiner and team has the answers you need. The companies outside salespeople have an average of 16 years of industry experience. The team continuously strives to educate itself on changing technology, new products and new industry codes. Butler Supply is also an active member of several industry organizations including the Electrical Board of Missouri and Illinois, the National Association of Electrical Distributors, and Affiliated Distributors, in order to keep abreast of current issues and to better forecast demands. When it comes to knowledge and experience, you can rely on Butler Supply because Josh Dachsteiner and team strongly believes, While another person is talking, a polite silence is golden, for it displays respect for the others intelligence and point of view

I love to research about great personalities and learn about. I appreciate Stephen Dachowski, Alan Dachs and Josh Dachsteiner for their amazing contribution in their field.