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Thx +Larry Fournillier
If you don't have 27 seconds to watch something to make you smile.... you need to drop something!

h/t +Kristin Drysdale ... 
now I'm back to zzzzville
 
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Here are some great dance moves to get you moving on a Monday morning.  Enjoy your week!! :)

#Punjabi   #Punjab     #SikhsDancing        #TheThreeAmigos  
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Hi +Stan Bush  Just a short note to let you know that I have started a new “Profile Page” and will use that new page to get back up to speed in building my personal relationships through Google+. I was off for a few months producing videos and taking care of business in general. I look forward to a continued sharing of information with you and becoming more proficient with Google+. It was frustrating for me with the original G+ Profile because it did not work seamlessly with YouTube which is where I store all of my video productions. Specifically, Google would not allow me to have a YouTube account because my business was registered in the Dominican Republic with Google Apps for Business. So, I had to open a new account with Google Apps for Business and register my company as a U.S. company (even though it does business in the DR). Hence, the new personal Profile Page. Again, I look forward to maintaining a relationship with you. Here is a link to the new Profile: https://plus.google.com/u/0/105859061687480678568/about
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Sunday's SoonAs Eye
soon•as•eye
/'so͞onəz,ī/
verb: make up an excuse not to do something; put off something in a way that it will never happen; lies we tell ourselves
verb: SoonAs Eye; 3rd person projection: SoonAs Y'all; group tense inclusive: SoonAs We; group tense exclusive: SoonAs DemGuys; past participle: Sooner RLater 
synonyms: procrastinate,delay, put off, postpone, defer action, use delaying tactics, stall, temporize, drag your feet/heels, play for time, play a mind game
"SoonAs Eye get some money", "SoonAs Ya'll get ready", "SoonAs We agree on it", "SoonAs DemGuys get their stuff done" ,"Sooner RLater we'll get 'tuit."

OVERVIEW
SoonAs Eye is the most common form of self directed mental "block and stall" punishment in the world. Chances are you  know someone who is infected with SoonAs Eye.  You may even have it yourself.  Almost everyone in the world has suffered from it at some point. It's not a respecter of age, race, gender, religion, or politics. It doesn't cause a rash, fever, or muscle aches. It can strike at any moment and causes no discomfort. In fact, in most cases it can give a sense of relief. If left undetected SoonAs Eye can lead to more serious problems such as procrastination of the motivational reflex region and acute extended lazination of the Personal Stimulus Vortex. 

Read the whole story: http://www.stanbush.net/2010/12/how-to-diagnose-and-recover-from-soonas.html
#SoonAsEye   #procrastinate
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Thanks for the encouragement +Kath Dawson ... kick that fear to the curb :-)
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Thanks Mr. +Dustin W. Stout ... I'll be heading there for lunch, and mid afternoon snack, dinner, and of course the early mid late night snack. 
 
FYI folks it's National Pancake Day which means free pancakes at +IHOP! 
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Haha! +Stan Bush I remember hearing about this day last year and not being able to make it over to the local IHOP. Definitely didn't miss it today! 
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It said Italy ' s favorite coffee, so I figured I'd as +Nazim Beltran​. Yes/No?
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It's the only way I'm able to survive life in Sweden, +Stan Bush. 
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Listening now... I use Google Alerts as well Mr. +Kenneth Manesse Sr..  I was just thinking/remembering Google Reader this morning. 
I also use GIGAAlert.com to keep me updated on things as well. 
Processes.. processes...processes. I know for a fact that +Debi Davis has some sort of internal radar to let her know when people are discussing systems and processes.
+Phil Bowyer ... all of our systems could use some work. And yes... +Debi Davis is such a superstar in that arena. 
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You don't need to have anything. No Google Account  and even no Google Plus Account

Checkout http://www.apairofwings.com/howcanwework

If you want to do the test I cordially invite you to do the test by registering for a loosen the ice hangout you don't need to indicate the poll but let me know if and when you want to try out. :-)
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So anyway.... I made these BBQ Ribs. And I wanted a sandwich.  I figured +troy mc laughlin and +Sherrill Duce might like to drool a bit. Oh... and a shout out to +Maggie Unzueta and +Christopher Vogelmann .. congrats! 
 
I make pretty good ribs. So does anybody that cooks them for at least 12 hours, with heat around 225°. This video was done to show some friends how this batch came out. It was the first time I had done them in a large countertop oven. 
This is just a fun channel for me to put my recipes on. There is a matching website with more recipes if you're interested.

#BBQRibs #SouthernRibSandwich  
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bonne appetit
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Judge Roy Bean died on this date in 1903.

Phantly Roy Bean, Jr. (c. 1825 – March 16, 1903) was an eccentric U.S. saloon-keeper and Justice of the Peace in Val Verde County, Texas, who called himself "The Law West of the Pecos". According to legend, Judge Roy Bean held court in his saloon along the Rio Grande on a desolate stretch of the Chihuahuan Desert of southwest Texas. After his death, Western films and books cast him as a hanging judge, although he is known to have sentenced only two men to hang, one of whom escaped.
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Here's the podcast version of Zara Altair's Midweek Zap about elevator pitches sales generating conversation starters.  I was a part of the show, and enjoyed it tremendously.  Thank you +Zara Altair ...you will always be the human ibuprofen to me! :-) 
 
Podcast ready to listen and download. Midweek Zap - Going Up! Your Elevator Pitch
+Stan Bush creates three live on-the-spot elevator pitches from audience Zapsters. Tips on how to get the sound bite and what to do once someone responds.

#MWZlive   #elevatorpitch   #marketing  
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Going Up! Your Elevator Pitch
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+Stan Bush What a wonderful time. Love the human ibuprofen! Thank you so much for bringing in the audience.
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Claude Lewis - Father of Tee Ball
If you've been around Warner Robins very long, you've heard of Claude Lewis. He and his family have been serving Warner Robins for over five decades. We've take some time to ga Claude Lewis, director of the Warner Robins, Georgia, Recreation Department, for...
If you've been around Warner Robins very long, you've heard of Claude Lewis. He and his family have been serving Warner Robins for over five decades. We've take some time to ga Claude Lewis, director of the Warner Robins, Geo...
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I'm excited to be on your show +Zara Altair.  I enjoyed our time on +David F Leopold interview, discussing some great ideas with +Kenneth Manesse Sr..  Anybody that is planning on watching, get ready for something really fun.  
I'm accepting challenges on this....if you'd like to hear what I think a good elevator pitch income generating conversation starter then just say "I DO I DO" in the comments, either on this thread or on the show... and I'll see what I can come up with. 

I LOVE THIS STUFF!
cya there!
 
+Stan Bush  has been helping business owners by fixing what’s broken. He’s developed the art of creating your 15-second tag line. Your elevator pitch. Time to rethink yours, or develop a new pitch.

Responding Yes or Maybe will set a reminder so you can catch the replay.)

Watch live at Actation Now! http://actationnow.com/this-weeks-zap/
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Like the topic? Know someone that will enjoy it? Invite your friends! 

Love the show? Become a patron for just $1 a month.http://www.patreon.com/ZaraAltair

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Watch live on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGphh5v_qY0
Watch live at Actation Now! http://actationnow.com/this-weeks-zap/

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I've been gainfully unemployed since 1984. I officially entered the IT business in the early 90's. Before that I owned retail gift shops, ran a chain of shoe stores, managed a radio station, and was GM of several large businesses.  

Generally I post specific articles to pages, circles, and communities that I manage, or are a part of. I don't hate cats, nor the people who love them. But I very rarely follow, share, or comment on pictures of them. 

If I have to share your post to prove I love Jesus, America, mom, dad, sister, brother, wife, daughter, or that I'm reading your posts you may be disappointed with me. I simply don't do a lot of that. 

I'm interested in helping people build sustainable communities.  Non device, operating system, or application dependent homes on the web. Safe havens. 

I've worked 70 hour weeks for 19 years on IT related projects. I probably know some stuff you might find useful.  But mostly I want to know about you.

I read the profiles of everyone I follow. 

If you invite me to a group about any subject, and the only thing I see are posts about things you're trying to sell.  I probably won't join. I wish you all the luck in the world, but it's not for me. 

If you invite me to a group where I can't read anything, I probably won't join that either. 

Just because you can Google expert, doesn't mean you are one.

If you're Google apps, profile, page, local, webmaster, blogger, sites, drive, gmail, wallet, keep, tasks, or analytics don't work...and you're IT guy says it's because of something Google has done, or that it can't be fixed....then you should talk to me. I can fix it. 

Just because you have a Marketing Degree doesn't mean you understand sales. 

If you have a retail store and your social media advisor is telling you that online is the only way to survive, you need to talk to me. They don't know the difference between order taking and sales. They don't understand customer service versus lip service.  Your retail store has distinct advantages over online stores only.  I can help you discover them. 

I fix broken things. Networks, relationships, or business plans included. 
When everything's on fire, I'm the guy to hire. 

If you came to the show and commented in the events page, you will be put in a notification circle to be invited to future shows.

Host +Zara Altair  created *The Midweek Zap*to help you develop an online strategy that works for you and your business. You are here!

Go to Actation Now! website to view all original events plus articles to help you create and sustain your web presence.
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I'll be tuned to +Shark Tank for sure after finding out three of them walk off the set in the upcoming show.  In the meanwhile... the most successful Shark Story to date... Soak it up!
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Good morning world. I was doing some research and ran across this interview with Mandy Patinkin. One minute and 50 seconds. I admit I missed the line as well.. .but it's a good one. His favorite. Could be yours too. 
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I fix broken things. Google Apps included.
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I've been gainfully unemployed since 1984. I officially entered the IT business in the early 90's. Before that I owned retail gift shops, ran a chain of shoe stores, managed a radio station, and was GM of several large businesses.  

Generally I post specific articles to pages, circles, and communities that I manage, or are a part of. I don't hate cats, nor the people who love them. But I very rarely follow, share, or comment on pictures of them. 

If I have to share your post to prove I love Jesus, America, mom, dad, sister, brother, wife, daughter, or that I'm reading your posts you may be disappointed with me. I simply don't do a lot of that. 

I'm interested in helping people build sustainable communities.  Non device, operating system, or application dependent homes on the web. Safe havens. 

I've worked 70 hour weeks for 19 years on IT related projects. I probably know some stuff you might find useful.  But mostly I want to know about you.

I read the profiles of everyone I follow. 

If you invite me to a group about any subject, and the only thing I see are posts about things you're trying to sell.  I probably won't join. I wish you all the luck in the world, but it's not for me. 

If you invite me to a group where I can't read anything, I probably won't join that either. 

Just because you can Google expert, doesn't mean you are one.

If you're Google apps, profile, page, local, webmaster, blogger, sites, drive, gmail, wallet, keep, tasks, or analytics don't work...and you're IT guy says it's because of something Google has done, or that it can't be fixed....then you should talk to me. I can fix it. 

Just because you have a Marketing Degree doesn't mean you understand sales. 

If you have a retail store and your social media advisor is telling you that online is the only way to survive, you need to talk to me. They don't know the difference between order taking and sales. They don't understand customer service versus lip service.  Your retail store has distinct advantages over online stores only.  I can help you discover them. 

I fix broken things. Networks, relationships, or business plans included. 
When everything's on fire, I'm the guy to hire. 

I also contribute to StanBush Georgiawebs  | Sales Training And Networking | Northside Eagles |  and many, many others. 


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    Too many to list, 1995 - 2013
    Life, Hard Knocks, School of Rock, Innovation in Learning, Linda's, Google Courses, Microsoft Online, etc.
  • Northside
    Core, 1969 - 1973
  • Human Factors International
    Usability Testing, 2001 - 2001
  • Middle Georgia
    IT, 1994 - 1994
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I love this car wash. I like it so much that I purchased a gift certificate for myself. That way, I get a discount on the cost of a single wash. It really does do a great job, Regardless of anything you might read, I've never heard anything bad about them, their service, or their employees. Try it, I think you'll like them.
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These donuts are as good as it gets. To say that they are the 'best in town' isn't a fair statement though. Anybody that has had hot donuts from Wilson's (formerly Nygaard's back in the day) knows that they too, are as good as it gets. Both of these places are locally owned and run by super nice folks, with good customer service. So if you are on Russell Parkway and are hankering for some really good donuts or holes, you can't go wrong with these. Even if you are a long time Wilson's fan... you won't be disappointed with these.
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I'd have to go with one of the other reviewers. They people working here will only do what is required of them. And sometimes not even that. Although they accept Kroger's rewards, I drive right by them to go to kroger instead. Even knowing that Kroger is going to be swamped and busy.
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We've been here about three times. The food is always good, the floors are always dirty, and the service has always been average. It's not a bad place, it's just not anything 'special'. For that reason, I'd never go there on a 'special' occasion.
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I've used them twice for prescriptions. They were slow on getting them filled. Friendly staff makes up for that somewhat though. They are as good as any other average pharmacy, so you can pretty much count on them half the time.
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I was doing a search on something to do with Potato Chips. I came across an unbelievably mouth watering picture of a dish on PJ's menu. I decided to take a trip with my wife to visit them. I'm glad I did. From the minute we got there we were engaged with the atmosphere. Outside the place, there's a Chef's statue with a lot of character. If you put something like that out front, your food better be awesome. Which it was. I ordered the potato chips dish, my wife ordered an avocado, sprout sandwich. Both of them were so good that we spent time slapping each other's hands away from grabbing what was on each others' plates. All of it was really great. The customer service was fantastic as well. If you're headed anywhere near Stockbridge, Georgia..this would be a great place to stop for lunch or dinner.
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We were on a tight schedule. We needed to be in ATL at a certain time. We pulled off to get breakfast, and wound up in a huge traffic jam. Apparently everyone in the area had decided to get breakfast at the same time. To make it even more challenging, it seemed like half of them had chosen Chic Fil A as their choice for breakfast. The line of cars was so backed up, I had to park and go in. (I had to circle twice to find a parking place btw). When I went inside, it was incredibly packed. It looked like they were probably serving a hundred or more people already. Inspite of this, we were served and on our way in less than 8 minutes I've never seen such proficiency and customer service in any business, much less a fast food restaurant. The bathrooms were spotless, and the food was as good as I've gotten at any Chic Fil A. Kudos to this operator and their staff. They do good!
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