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The Inaugural Circadian Broadcast

You're all invited to our first broadcast. It's the return of the Event Driven, Outcome Oriented, Business Building Workshow

Thanks for everyone that has supported us during this time! If there is anything we can do for you... just let us know! 
 
Our First Broadcast Is About Collaboration
Collaboration is what everyone talks about. Sharing responsibilities, work loads and files. But when it comes time to do it, it’s not always that easy. Google Drive, DropBox, OneDrive, or any other assortment of collaboration and sharing tools all work great. But it usually turns into continuous tech support and training. This Hangout will be part of a series on The Daily Circadian, to make sure it’s partners can use these tools. 

*So What are Circadians? *
There is a new community being formed. The community is called The Circadians. The Circadians Community isn’t about any one individual, but rather about the community itself. The community will be modeled after the real world, complete with real world roles. There are events planned to explain more about it soon. It’s still under construction, and always will be

So What is The Daily Circadian?
It's a live broadcast of the work being done in, and around the community. This series is focused on setting up the Collaborative Tools. There are others planned on Google Apps, Keep, Facebook, Canva, and others. A community member can request help to solve something during the broadcast, so you never know what you might see. I.  It will be Twenty Five Minutes of GSD.  If you’d like to know more, send an email to YouMatter@thecircadians.com. 

And This Opening Series Is About?
Undertaking such a project requires a lot of planning. Everyone involved with this project must be able to access the show planner, save it to the correct location, and use the files necessary to get their part done. And it must be very dynamic, since the show changes daily. The delegation of tasks alone is critical. 

This HOA will demonstrate how it will be used and deployed. And remember, this is a live broadcast. The people in the hangout have never seen this template before. So this should be a good test of it’s effectiveness.  We will cover the following template parts as quickly as possible in 25 minutes: 

☐ Today’s broadcast
☐ Title Goes Here :
☐ Show Description:
☐ CircadianS Introduction:
☐ Rules of Engagement
☐ Today’s #Circadian Segments:
☐ Hangout links:
☐ Disclaimer:
☐ Show Breaks and Time Frames
☐ Opening -  Two Minutes:
☐ Featured Challenge from four minutes to 20
☐ Closing
☐ Teaser Trailer Planner
☐ Administrative Notes
☐ Branding Colors
☐ Branding Fonts
☐ Edt Images

Stan Bush created this template while the host of another show. With the help of +Debi Davis  it got better each time we used it. The rest of the crew +Greg Cooper, +Christian Karasiewicz, +Karen V Chin  , and others also added valuable input towards what it is now. 
The Daily Circadian  is representative of TheCircadians.com an international community . All content created for, by, and during the show is the property of TheCircadians.com. All rights reserved. All content may be reproduced, reshared, and repurposed as long as theCircadians.com branding is not removed. For more info or assistance, please contact stan@thecircadians.com
This Hangout On Air is hosted by The Circadians. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Thanks Mr. +David F Leopold. I appreciate that thought!
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Google Hangouts Voice and Stereo Settings

I was just on a hangout in which this new setting has appeared in hangouts. Anybody experimented with it?
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You play guitar! Way to go +Stan Bush
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Google's Latest Movie Of My Photos Is Spot On
So...I was battling "vine borers' in my garden, and coincidentally had taken a video of it BEFORE I used a razor blade and ice pick to defeat the pesky creepers. (well, defeated for now)...... and Google made a movie out of it. I thought it was pretty funny. I was planning on putting up the whole garden video soon... but this will work for now.
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Thanks, Stan! This is my first time attempting to grow edibles, not counting the grapevine we inherited when we moved into this house that I have been tending to for the past 2 years.
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I'm Glad I Watched This Video

I admit, it choked me up a bit. Thanks +Chelle OConnell for sharing it. 
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Nice uplifting start to the day.  Thanks for sharing +Stan Bush  and a special thanks to +Chelle OConnell for finding this for us
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Gee. It's That Easy? 

If I would have know this before, it would have saved me a lot of time, frustration, and money. Thanks +Jim Burwell's Petiquette 
 
Puppy Training On the Go:

 For those of you that have suffered or, are currently suffering from the "Puppy Crazies!" you know it can really test your patience and some puppies can take you to the edge!

Here's a great way, in fact a cheap trick, to burn puppy energy constructively. It can save mental and physical wear and tear - on you! 

A cheap trick in action with our new puppy, Keeper! #puppytraining  
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We'll be starting up again in 38 minutes!  
 
Creating a template, for anything that you do on a recurring basis is a good idea. Not only because it saves time, but because it reduces mistakes. You’re less likely to miss a step in any process when you use a template. 

Today’s Daily Circadian Broadcast will be about how to create a template for you HOA. In it we will:
☐ Create the header and footer for your template
☐ Create the framework for the seven basic questions needed for any broadcast. 
☐ Create the links to the editable graphics for the broadcast
☐ Show how to save the framework as a easily deployable template. 
☐ Show how to edit and improve the template INPLACE so you don’t have to replace it.

The Daily Circadian  is representative of TheCircadians.com an international community . All content created for, by, and during the show is the property of TheCircadians.com. All rights reserved. All content may be reproduced, reshared, and repurposed as long as theCircadians.com branding is not removed. For more info or assistance, please contact stan@thecircadians.com
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I have some else at 3 sorry I'm gonna be able to attend 
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I don't want to sound like I'm bragging, but

I'm listening to +Terry Leigh Britton 's Blue Juice Jubilee Variety Show!  It's nice to be in a place, and pace...where I can listen to it and work.  This is episode 13. And I am enjoying it.
Maybe you would too! It may or may not be your cup of tea. You'll either love it or well...uhhmm..err... not love it.  I love it because his musical interludes helps me focus, and his humour is..well, funny to me.  It's three hours long, so brace yourself...but I scheduled it. And don't worry about taking notes during the excellent how-to's and tutorials that he sprinkles in.  He time stamps every production.  
It's hard to find someone who can match me (or you maybe) for silliness, and goofiness. He does. And the nice thing is, he'll recognize that as the compliment it is. And it comes with the +Sheila Hensley , +Ileane Smith , +David F Leopold +Andrew Hatchett, +Michael Thomas , +candy javier sakai , +Craig Long, +Wendy Yohe +Kristi Lambert , +Monika Schmidt , +Lon McClure , and many others "Seal of Approval". 
And me... I listen to the opening one hour musical interlude, because it helps me relax, focus, and be creative. That's why I'm bragging. I'm doing it right now! 
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Apparently I am not a member of the "in" group because I was just told I needed an invitation.  Back to bed  because it is highly unlikely I will get any invitation since I have been put on some sort of restricted list for getting gmail.  Thanks for your views and story about what to me must be an imaginary showtime, Stan.  Have a good time anyone who can read my Notifications comments.   
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BACON!!! 
Geez... the video on this is pretty awesome. I want one.
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I feel your pain +Beach Bum, but I can tell you... this too shall pass! I didn't get a chance to take a picture of the ones we made, because as soon as one hit the 'holding' plate.... it was GONE!  Pretty good stuff. 
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YES! IT'S LES! AND LISA TOO!

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Download your copy of the Multiplier Coach brochure. Go to the site below and look for the Download button!

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Thanks +Stan Bush you are the man
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Man. I'm glad I found this tutorial.
I've been asked to sing a song at church. I've been struggling what song to play. I think I have the appropriate skillset for this one. 
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LOL +Leila Martin and +Julia Aspinwall . I guess I've watched this about four times today now... I'm listening to it in EVERY Key!  hahaha... 
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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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When this place first opened up, it was top of the line. Great food, great prices, and great service. Now...not so much. My last visit resulted in us throwing away the takeout minutes after we opened it at home. I don't know what was wrong with the meat, but there was definitely something. It was the kind of rank taste that tells you to just take your lumps and move on. You wouldn't want to ask them to replace it. It was bad. I would give them a one star except.... I believe everyone has a second chance. We may go there again, but if we see the same staff and cook.... we won't order We'll just leave.
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Better than average sound, seats and snack bar. The smaller rooms are a bit cramped, but that's what smaller rooms are. The employees there are very friendly, and the bathrooms are very 'different'. By different, I mean that they are very very clean. The cinema we go to is a bit closer, but given the same movie choices...we would go here if we could. Don't forget to try the snack bar. Their popcorn is really good.
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Probably the best coffee shop in town. I don't get to it enough, but it's always a great visit. For me, it's not so much that they have all these different kinds of great coffee...but unlike some 'other more famous' coffee houses...they explain what the selections are without being so arrogant. The big name competition's baristas are always talking down their noses to you (at least that's the way they make ME feel.) Their open mic/artists nights are well attended and interesting. Yes... good stuff all around.
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Definitely one of the better mexican restaurants in the area. When we lived in the area, we went there about twice a month. Now that we've moved...we only get there once every two months. We're pretty standard when it comes to mexican. We order the fajitas about 90% of the time. This restaurant uses great cuts of meat, and they don't skimp on portions. That being said, they also don't go 'overboard' with servings. So if you go there, don't expect to eat for a week off of this one meal. But...you can expect one of the best meals you'll ever had, along with fantastic service. What more could one want?
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It's an average store. They will have just about any and everything that you would want, including knowledgeable staff. They just don't have smiles on their faces, and greetings on their lips. I like the place, don't misunderstand... but I would drive any distance to go to the store over any other hardware store. and that's the difference for me. Very average and typical store.
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Publix has always been a great place to shop. Their stores are always clean, and their employees friendly. This one sets the bar pretty high though. You'll never walk in and not have someone greet you. If they even think you're 'lost' on and aisle looking for something...they will ask you how they can help. They are more pricey than the other stores, but their liberal coupon policies make up for it. My tip here is that this store's meat department is way way ...WAY top of the line. Kudos to the crew.
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I've been here several times, but just last night I had a reason to go again. I needed a lawnmower spark plug. I had taken mine out, but laid it on the table. Well, sure enough it was still laying on the table when the associate asked me 'do you need the long one or short one'. Of course I didn't know...even when shown the two different types. So what the associate suggested was that I buy both, and bring back the one that didn't fit. That would at least save me the need for an immediate trip back and forth. So that's exactly what I did. Lawnmower is fixed, and I'm a happy camper. OH..and another thing...it was 2 minutes before closing when I walked in...and you'd think they had just got to work, they were so cheeful. Give them a try for your next auto parts.
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