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When Will Mortiz Seider See Some NHL Action?

from Ansar Khan of Mlive, The Detroit Red Wings are in a bit of a quandary with top prospect Moritz Seider. They would like to get a brief look at the 18-year-old defenseman this season, but they don’t want to weaken the Grand Rapids Griffins as they push for an AHL playoff spot. General manager Steve Yzerman continues deliberating what to do. “There’s factors in play -- where Grand Rapids is at, what’s best for his development,” coach Jeff Blashill said. “It would be hard-pressed...
Tags: Germany, Sport, Detroit Red Wings, AHL, NHL, Steve, Grand Rapids, Steve Yzerman, Jeff Blashill, Blashill, Ansar Khan, Adler Manheim, Moritz Seider, Seider, Will Mortiz Seider

How Do You Prevent Project Fatigue?

On our February 2020 Monthly Momentum Call, someone asked a great question about project fatigue. Shortly after the call, I had a hit that it’d be a great topic to share publicly, too. Before I jump into that, though, if you’re unfamiliar with our Monthly Momentum Calls, they are free Q&A calls that we host once a month to answer questions our community has. You can find out more and sign up for our next MMC HERE. Here’s what she asked: Do you have any hints or tips to prevent project fatigue f...
Tags: Productivity, Life Lessons, Time Management, Lifehacks, Steve

Money and Social Flows

Money is a social construct, but we so often treat it like it’s a form of individual accomplishment. This mindset gets a lot of people stuck. I think it’s a lot easier for many people to generate abundant income when they think about the social flows. I know it’s challenging to do that though, especially when we get caught up in focusing on our own needs and desires. In the past I used to think about how to align doing what I enjoyed with income generation. It was often tricky to connect t...
Tags: Careers, Steve, Abundance

Marine vets recall Battle of Iwo Jima on 75th anniversary of bloody WWII conflict

Tony Cappa remembers lying on a beach at Iwo Jima on Feb. 20, 1945, the second day of what would become one of the Marine Corps’ bloodiest battles. “We were taking a little bit of rifle fire and the sand — from the sulfur — was really warm,” the 98-year-old Marine, who served with the 4th Marine Division, recalled. “We stayed on Orange Beach by the second airfield for a day and a half. I remember seeing the first flag go up on Suribachi, then it went down and I thought, oh (expletive), they reca...
Tags: News, Navy, Massachusetts, Sport, Afghanistan, Marine, Soccer, Military, Korea, Marine Corps, Marines, Pledge Of Allegiance, San Diego, National Anthem, Steve, Southern California

Exploring Beyond the Cage

I just read an interesting BBC article about why there are significantly more vegan women than men, which is mostly summarized by this statement at the top: When women hold two incompatible beliefs, they’re more likely to change their behaviour to reconcile them. Men, by comparison, tend to dig themselves in. The article cites a variety of studies that delve into gender differences and how these connect with dietary decisions. Reading it had an odd effect on me, making my vegan side feel g...
Tags: Health, Lifestyle, Careers, Values, Bbc, Catholic, Steve, Don, Ned Flanders, Lovejoy

Last days in St Lucia...and home

Our last couple of days were quiet mainly because the weather turned to warm very windy and cloudy. Also because Steve had a problem with his foot suspected Gout very painful and that put the kibosh on a planned rainforest walk.Still we were able
Tags: Travel, St Lucia, Steve

AS HEARD ON – The Jim Polito Show – WTAG 580 AM: Apps, tracking, selling info and election security

Welcome! Good morning, everybody. I was on with Mr. Jim Polito this morning and as you know today is Primary Day in New Hampshire it is the Big Day for our State Sport – Politics.  That means it is the day to address voter manipulation, voter fraud, low tech solutions and why apps are not the answer. So, here we go with Mr. Polito. For more tech tips, news, and updates visit – —  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Craig You’ve got this free little cute little game, isn’t t...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Google, Facebook, Podcast, New York, Microsoft, West Virginia, Department Of Defense, Sem, Mit, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire, New York Times, Iowa, Mozilla

Marine, Navy vets recall Battle of Iwo Jima on 75th anniversary of bloody WWII conflict

Tony Cappa remembers lying on a beach at Iwo Jima on Feb. 20, 1945, the second day of what would become one of the Marine Corps’ bloodiest battles. “We were taking a little bit of rifle fire and the sand — from the sulfur — was really warm,” the 98-year-old Marine, who served with the 4th Marine Division, recalled. “We stayed on Orange Beach by the second airfield for a day and a half. I remember seeing the first flag go up on Suribachi, then it went down and I thought, oh (expletive), they reca...
Tags: News, Navy, Massachusetts, Sport, Afghanistan, Marine, Soccer, Military, Korea, Marine Corps, Marines, Pledge Of Allegiance, San Diego, National Anthem, Steve, Southern California

Steve O’Donnell shares Roush statement on Ryan Newman

NASCAR Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer Steve O'Donnell shares a statement from Roush Fenway Racing.
Tags: News, Nascar, Steve, Motor Racing, Donnell, Ryan Newman, Roush, Steve O'Donnell

Newman's condition 'serious' but 'non-life-threatening'

Shortly after 10 p.m. ET, Steve O'Donnell, NASCAR's executive vice president and chief racing development officer, said Newman, 42, had been transported to Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla., and was in serious but stable condition. O'Donnell read a statement from Newman's Roush Fenway Racing team that asked for privacy. On the final lap of the second two-lap overtime, Ryan Blaney had pushed Newman into the lead past Denny Hamlin.
Tags: News, Nascar, Steve, Newman, Donnell, DAYTONA BEACH Fla, Roush Fenway Racing, Ryan Blaney, Donnell NASCAR, Halifax Medical Center

Swap stories: our fabulous winter home exchange

Sheringham swap: Marguerite's December home exchange on the Norfolk coast This home swap experience was sent in by Home Base Holidays member and very experienced home exchanger, Marguerite. " This is the second year in a row we've arranged a Christmas holiday home swap. I'd usually think about home swapping in the spring or summer, but a couple of years ago we received a very tempting home exchange offer in Suffolk for a couple of weeks before Christmas - we took up the offe...
Tags: Travel, France, Norfolk, Steve, Suffolk, Marguerite, Jean, Sheringham, Marguerite Marguerite, View Marguerite, Ulverston Lake District, France East coast

Steve Kroop on the Naviter Blade Kroop at Flytec USA writes: I am not sure why the STF value is off, I have not received any reports until reading this.  I am copying this to Naviter."Unlike with the Flytec 6030 the pilot sets the McCready value before flight, but they can change it in flight if desired.  On the Flytec 6030 the McCready value is set as the average climb rate in the last thermal."In actuality the 6030 does not set any McCready value, rather it indicates the McCready value th...
Tags: Steve, STF, McCready, Steve Kroop, Flytec USA, Naviter, Kroop

Using Sync States to Be More Consistent

A big step forward in reason is when we gain the logical recognition that the brain needs to synchronize and coordinate its operations effectively in order to function well as an integrated being instead of a collection of parts that don’t mesh well. Then the question becomes: What’s a reasonable way to synchronize our mental operations? The heart provides that function since its own tiny, primitive brain sends signals up through the nervous system (spinal column and vagus nerve) and into ...
Tags: Careers, Emotions, Steve, Creating Reality

Numbers vs Alignment

If the numbers in your work (like sales and profits) matter more than the alignment of your work (like fulfillment, purpose, and appreciation), then even if you succeed on those terms, you may end up with bigger numbers but with lower alignment, which can strangle your motivation. Good luck pursuing bigger numbers when you’ve lost your mojo because you feel overwhelmed and under-appreciated. Better numbers aren’t much compensation for the daily punishment of feeling emotionally out of sync wi...
Tags: Careers, Values, Steve, Abundance

The Last O.G. Season 3 Trailer: Tracy Morgan’s TBS Comedy Returns in April

The Last O.G. Season 3 trailer: Tracy Morgan’s TBS comedy returns in April After scoring rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, Tracy Morgan’s hit TBS comedy The Last O.G. is set to return for a third season, with the cable network debuting the first trailer for the next chapter that also unveils an April premiere date. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Tracy Morgan Joins Eddie Murphy in Coming to America Sequel The Last O.G. centers on Tray (Morgan), an ex-co...
Tags: TV, Movies, America, Brooklyn, TV News, Tbs, Tracy Morgan, Steve, Morgan, Bobby, Peele, Shay, Carl Jones, Jordan Peele, Andrew Richardson, Principato Young

Prayers for IMB Americas February 14, 2020

Happy Valentines day. Show some love today to our IMB missionaries in the Americas by praying for the following requests and by clicking over to Prayers for IMB and praying for the full list. Brazil:  Pastors in Assu, Brazil, have the opportunity to attend seminary classes in their interior city. Please pray for a US volunteer who will be teaching theology of missions to these pastors February 7 and 8. Please pray for his safety and clarity of speech. Also pray for the pastors to be able to take...
Tags: Amazon, Mexico, Religion, US, Brazil, Jesus, Steve, Leon, Guanajuato, Eugene, Shalom, Assu Brazil, Steve Pray

Steve Mason leaves Signal 107 due to illness

Signal 107 Drive presenter Steve Mason has stepped down from his role as senior presenter at Signal 107 due to a serious health condition. Steve has not been on-air since 20th December last year and says he will not be returning to the station. He tells RadioToday: “I regrettably and sadly announce that unfortunately I will not be returning to Signal 107 and have had to give up my position due to serious health difficulties that will now be my new challenge and focus over the coming, weeks mo...
Tags: People, Radio, Signal, Rich, Steve, Matthew, Steve Mason, Katie, Paul Smith, Rajar, Kerrang Radio GWR

“Vanillacide”: How Radical Concepts Are Destroyed By Too Much Consultation

From the book “Shoot the Puppy: A Survival Guide to the Curious Jargon of Modern Life“, by linguist Tony Thorne, Head of the Language Centre at Kings College London:Vanillacide  I first heard this bizword when I shared a microphone recently with a Californian, Steve Manning. The occasion was a BBC radio discussion of the ongoing craze for re-branding companies, something Steve, boss of the US naming agency, Igor (as in the doctor’s assistant in Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein), is an expert on. V...
Tags: Uncategorized, US, Bbc, Steve, Branding, Igor, Steve Manning, Tony Thorne, Language Centre at Kings College London, Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein

Community Focused Skiing in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire

FasterSkier’s Kathryn Miller will be profiling a number of ski areas this winter. You can find her profile of Bretton Woods here.  Wolfeboro XC Ski The Nordic Skier  is the local shop in Wolfeboro where you can buy tickets, find trail maps, rent gear, and purchsase nutrition for your ski. The shop is located at: 47 North Main St. Wolfeboro, NH 03894 Trail system hours of operation: No set hours, ski when you are able to but make sure you stop in when the shop is open to pay for a ticke...
Tags: Travel, Sport, New Hampshire, Skiing, New England, Steve, Cal, Jim, Lake Winnipesaukee, Bretton Woods, Wolfeboro, Wolfeboro New Hampshire, Verna, Flagg, Kathryn Miller, Abenaki

What It’s Like to Run the Walt Disney World Marathon

I ran the Walt Disney World Marathon on Sunday, January 12, 2020. Before delving into the magic of the runDisney weekend and event, the five-park course (Epcot, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and one of the water parks), the Disney characters and exhibits set up for picture-taking every few miles, classic Disney clips and tunes played on screens and speakers throughout the course, and exclusive memorabilia, many readers may be wondering why anyone not named Pheidippides, car...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, America, San Francisco, Nike, Features, House, Theme Parks, Resistance, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Epcot, Steve, Orlando, Mickey Mouse

Launch Principles

In case you might find this interesting, these are the principles I use for designing course launches. I tweak this list for each new course, but overall it’s been pretty stable. When I have a tricky design decision to make while developing the project design document (or during the launch itself), I consult this list. It’s a way of refreshing my alignment with the principles I want to follow. Careful thought went into coming up with this list, and they’ve already proven themselves to me, so ...
Tags: Productivity, Careers, Values, Steve

'Spitting image of Steve': Robert Irwin turns heads with photo that looks just like late dad

Robert Irwin, the 16-year-old son of late zookeeper and TV personality Steve Irwin, looks just like his dad in a new photo.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Usa Today, Steve, Robert Irwin, Steve Irwin

Sanders edges Buttigieg in New Hampshire, giving Democrats 2 front-runners

By STEVE PEOPLES, KATHLEEN RONAYNE and HUNTER WOODALL MANCHESTER, N.H.) — Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire’s presidential primary, edging moderate rival Pete Buttigieg and scoring the first clear victory in the Democratic Party’s chaotic 2020 nomination fight. In his Tuesday night win, the 78-year-old Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, beat back a strong challenge from the 38-year-old former mayor of South Bend, Indiana. The dueling Democrats represent different generations, see div...
Tags: New York, Washington, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Democrats, Ronald Reagan, New Hampshire, Iowa, Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Biden

A La Carte (February 12)

Sometimes I think I should begin these A La Carte posts with a personalized message. But then I wonder, how would I possibly vary that across the 320 or so I prepare each year? That seems unlikely, so I usually just get right down to business… … by mentioning that I dug up some new Kindle deals. Logos has individual volumes in the NIC series at just $19.99—an amazing price. Many are considered top-quality, (e.g. Genesis, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, Proverbs, Matthew, Romans, 1 & 2 Cori...
Tags: Japan, America, Blogging, Steve, Corinthians, Valentine, A La Carte, Matt Chandler, Christianity Today, Alan Shlemon, La Carte, Lisa LaGeorge, Timmis, Genesis Ruth, Samuel Proverbs Matthew Romans, Flavors of Works Based Salvation Works

How I Use Scrivener to Design Course Launches

Scrivener is an outlining and word processing app for writers. It’s especially suitable for large creative projects like a book or screenplay. It helps me organize and structure my thoughts, research, notes, and more as I gradually piece together a larger work. I’ve been using the Mac version for many years, and I’ve been very pleased with it. It has way more features than I need, but the features that I do use work solidly. I like the flexibility of it, and the interface does a reasonable jo...
Tags: Productivity, Facebook, Careers, Steve, Scrivener

As New Hampshire votes, 2020 Democrats seek clarity

By STEVE PEOPLES, KATHLEEN RONAYNE, THOMAS BEAUMONT and HUNTER WOODALL MANCHESTER, N.H. — Democrats are hoping that voters in New Hampshire will reset the party’s presidential nomination fight on Tuesday and bring clarity to a young primary season that has been marred by deep dysfunction and doubt. Since the chaotic Iowa caucuses failed to perform their traditional function of winnowing the race, it now falls to New Hampshire to begin culling the Democratic field, which still features almost a d...
Tags: Minnesota, Massachusetts, Uncategorized, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire, House, Iowa, Manchester, Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Associated Press, Rochester

Psychological Safety

This evening Rachelle and I attended an orientation meeting for a local kink-related meetup group. It’s a very active group that does frequent educational workshops as well as social meetups. I’ve known about them for years and was curious, but I never went to one of their meetup, mainly because there was a (relatively minor) prerequisite that seemed just annoying enough to dissuade me from going and keep the idea perpetually on the back burner. In order to attend any meetings from this group...
Tags: Relationships, Careers, Emotions, Steve, Rachelle

Whicker: Odds are that Philip Rivers still has a football life beyond the Chargers

Take the meager band of Los Angeles Chargers partisans who buy tickets. Subtract 10. Philip and Tiffany Rivers and the nine children had already moved to Florida before the deal came down Monday. Now Dad is officially on the quarterback market. He will take his first snaps as an ex-Charger in 2020, and the final identifying characteristic of the franchise will be gone, just as it moves into SoWhat Stadium. “This is not a sad day,” said Nick Hardwick, Rivers’ center when the Chargers last played ...
Tags: Florida, Oregon, Sports, NFL, Raiders, Sport, Indianapolis, Soccer, Athens, San Diego, Chargers, Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Roger Goodell, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City

NEW LEASE ON LIFE: 1979 Kawasaki KZ1000 by Motorelic

When the KZ1000 first rolled off the factory floor in 1976, it was the fastest production bike with a 1015cc inline four motor that produced a very respectable 83 horses. In recent years, these KZ’s have been in high demand and have been fetching some high prices. So when Steve Meyer from Maui, Hawaii inherited his late uncle’s 1979 KZ1000 he wanted to bring it back to its former glory but with a custom twist. He had seen the work of Sean Skinner from Motorelic and decided to give him a call o...
Tags: Virginia, Hawaii, Motorcycles, San Diego, Fiat, Baltimore, Rhode Island, Classic, Steve, Kawasaki, Sean, Maui Hawaii, Knight, Middletown, Brat, Winchester Va

Comic Brian Posehn offers the gift of metal for Valentine’s Day, talks ‘Mandalorian’

Tired of roses and boxes of chocolate? Brian Posehn has a Valentine’s Day present for you. The comedian, comic book writer and heavy metal fan combines his love of comedy and metal music into a new album dubbed “Grandpa Metal,” which drops, of course, on Feb. 14 on Megaforce Records. “We were looking at [release] dates and I said, ‘Okay, that’s kind of funny’,” he said of the release date for the album. “There are plenty of people that are like me that would appreciate this — male and female ner...
Tags: Music, Comedy, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Metallica, Madonna, Connor, Anthrax, Slipknot, Steve, Southern California, Van Halen