Monthly Archives: January 2017

Who Do You Work For?

The biggest mistake we could ever make in our lives is to think we work for anybody but ourselves. – Brian Tracy

Do you go to work?

Are you employed by a big corporation?

Or do you work for yourself?

Might I suggest that you should always work for yourself.


Because you are in charge of you.

You should be developing yourself, your skills and your abilities.

Everything that you do should be, in some degree, to make yourself, or the world, better.


Isn’t that the aim?

Does rest and relaxation help you improve?

Does working your hardest help you improve?

What should you be doing right now? Right here?

Go – do that – now.

Becoming Great

Great men and women are those who absolutely believe that hey are put on earth to do something wonderful with their lives.

– Brian Tracy

Have you taken the time to decide who you are?

Who are you really?

Are you the person your parents wanted you to be or are you the person you want to be?

Who decides what you will do?

Who decides where you will go?

Is there, anyone other than you, that controls you?

You are in charge of you.

You decide what you will do with your life.

You decide whether you are going to be great or whether you are going to fail.

By your action.

By your own decisions.

You get to decide, regardless of everything else around you, who you will be.

It starts with a decision.

It starts with you deciding who you want to be.

Once the decision is made, then you must take action to accomplish it.

If you want to lose 10 pounds and you’ve made that decision, get to work.

If you want to be a millionaire and you’ve made that decision, get to work.

Whatever it is you can do it, the question is whether you really do want it or not.

And that, my friend, will be determined by what you do.


Go to bed early and get a good night’s sleep so you feel great in the morning and have resilience.

– Brian Tracy

What is resilience?

Is it toughness?

Is it the ability to bounce back?

Is it you ability to overcome difficulties in life?

Will you have difficulties in your life?

Will friends abandon you?

Will you lose in business or employment?

Will you not fail at something at some point in your life?

How important will it be for you to bounce back?

How quickly will you be able to do it?

Will you choose to do it now?

The longer you hang on to the baggage the more difficult it will be.

So bounce back now.

Jeremy Eveland
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088United States

Telephone: (801) 676-5506

Snow, Lots of Snow…

snow day

I woke up this morning to snow.

Lots of snow.

I had the though cross my mind – I should go back to sleep. I don’t need to get on the treadmill and exercise. Then the though appeared in my mind – LAZY – and it occurred to me that I wanted to be anything but lazy.

So, even though it was a snow day. Even though I had the thought to get back in the warm bed and go back to sleep.

I put off that foolish notion and I got out of bed and hit the treadmill.

I’m glad I did.

Jeremy Eveland

Lawyer Mike Anderson Launches New Website

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 1, 2017

Mr. Michael R. Anderson Attorney in Salt Lake City Utah has announced the launch of his website Having a website is a must these days; no matter what one’s profession is. Anderson is excited for how this website will help his clients.

I do believe that they will find it more convenient to reach me with a few clicks, even if it is in the middle of the night said Mr. Anderson. Mike Anderson has an amazing record of success in helping others get justice. Now he is looking to reach out to a wider section of people through his website. His decision to have a professional website re-done was not really a choice, but one of necessity to keep up with all the searching done on the internet for an attorney or lawyer in the Salt Lake City area.

Alan Steward is an eminent attorney. His firm has combined experience in practicing law for over 25 years as attorneys in Salt Lake City Utah. They are professional, an expert in multiple niches of law including divorce, personal injury, pre-nuptial agreement, family matters, probate, business law, estate planning, etc.

Everything was settled to my satisfaction, and my divorce was final within 3 months. You won’t find a better attorney and law firm to make sure your needs are met when going through a divorce.
-Tracey, Holladay, Utah

I would highly recommend him to anyone who needs an attorney in a divorce case.
-Franklin, Salt Lake City

Michael R. Anderson has been offering his legal services in various areas that include Salt Lake City, West Valley City, West Jordan, Murray, South Salk Lake, Midvale, Alta, South Jordan, Sandy, Herriman, Holladay, Murray and more. He is very successful at helping people with their individual cases. Legal cases are often criticized for the long drawn out process; justice delayed is equivalent to justice denied. Long procedural work frustrates people and consumes their savings. Michael R. Anderson ensures that he will always try his best to settle legal matters as quickly as possible.

Says Anderson, I will go the extra length to make sure that you, the people who have relied on me to solve your legal problems will get justice within the shortest time frame; whatever complexities are involved in the proceedings. I am obliged to rise up to your expectations by serving your cause with my best possible efforts.

For superior quality, personable service and an efficient attorney in the Salt Lake area, one can visit

Winners and Losers

Winners are always looking for a way to deal with the challenges that they face, and losers are always making excuses to avoid dealing with challenges. – Brian Tracy

Are you a winner?

How do you know?

What is a winner?

If you try your best and fail, does that make you a winner?

Does putting in hard work make you a winner?

Does your attitude create a winner?

Just your attitude? Or do you need to put some devoted action or passionate practice in to make yourself a winner?

I think you’ve got to do more to be more.

You’ve got to stop finding ways to avoid the things you don’t want to do and just do them.

Life is hard. There is no doubt.

It is a lot harder when you waste your life away avoiding things that are hard.

Just get it done.

Jump in.

Go to work.

Do something.

That makes winners.

Doing something.

Taking on the challenge.

Feeling the fear, but doing it anyway, because it’s the right thing to do.

You can do it – I know you can and you know you can to.

So get at it!

Jeremy Eveland
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088 United States

Telephone: (801) 676-5506
Jeremy Eveland

Ups and Downs

ups and downs in life

You will have many ups and downs in life, but what is most importantis that you remain true to yourself. The starting point of developing a high level of self-confidence is to think through and decide upon your values. – Brian Tracy

Sometimes we hate it.

The ups and downs of life.

But the truth is – we would go bat-crazy if we didn’t have some type of variety or change going on.

When we are truly stagnate in life, we fail.

We must be climbing the mountain.

We must progress.

If we go back or sit still, we fail.

So, how are you moving forward?

Have you picked yourself up yet?

Have you taken responsibility for your life and moved forward?

What are you doing with your time?

Which mountain have you chosen to climb?

If you are in school, what are you doing when you’re not in school or studying?

If you have a job, what are you doing when you clock out?

Ups and downs come to us all.

No one is exempt (even if you think they are) —

The best thing about it, is what you DO with it.

Take it and run!

Now, stop reading this blog and do something great!

All great achievement begins with just 1 step. Take the step now.


Jeremy Eveland
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088United States

Telephone: (801) 676-5506
Jeremy Eveland

Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq., Disability Rights Attorney, is Honored by State Council on Developmental Disabilities

Trenton, NJ (PRWEB) May 15, 2014

Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq., has been honored by the New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities with the organizations highest honor, The Lifetime Achievement Advocacy Award.

Mr. Hinkle, a resident of Titusville, New Jersey, is a founding partner of Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, attorneys at law, a private firm with offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Since 1974, he has been representing the interests of people with developmental disabilities and their families.

I am deeply humbled by this honor, said Mr. Hinkle. The Council does such important work for the disability community.

The first director of New Jerseys Office of the Public Advocate, Division of Advocacy for the Developmentally Disabled, Mr. Hinkle has tried a number of precedent-setting disability-law cases affecting the legal and civil rights of people with intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy and other conditions.

He has fought tirelessly for the rights of individuals to access services, to receive equal treatment under the law, and to live in communities of their choosing, said Thomas Baffuto, Executive Director of the Arc of New Jersey.

Mr. Hinkle has served on the Board of Directors for a variety of non-profit organizations, including United Cerebral Palsy Associations, the Arc of New Jersey, Autism New Jersey, Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of New Jersey (PLAN-NJ), Easter Seals, the Alzheimers Association and NAMI NJ. He is currently serving as president of the Autism New Jersey Foundation.

He holds a JD from Rutgers University and a LL.M. in Taxation from Temple University. He is a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar, the American Association for Justice, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He has been a consultant to Rutgers Universitys Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the New Jersey Commission on Bioethics. A widely published writer and lecturer, Hinkle is also an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers Law School, Camden, where he teaches trusts and estates, and estate planning.

Blogs I recomend…

There are a few blogs that I recommend.

If you are interested in divorce in Utah, I think you should look at:

Mike Anderson does at least a post a week about divorce questions that he encounters. Some are very factual and straight-forward and others are on the funny / light side.

Hope you enjoy his stories and information.

Jeremy Eveland
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah84088 United States

Telephone: (801) 676-5506
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Attorney Michael J. Fleming Joins Wendt Goss, P.C.

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) September 26, 2012

Wendt Goss, P.C. welcomed Michael J. Fleming to the firm this month. Mr. Fleming is an experienced personal injury advocate. Like Wendt Goss, he is dedicated to helping accident victims recover financial compensation for injuries sustained because of someone elses carelessness of negligence. Before working at the firm, Mr. Fleming focused his legal efforts on helping victims of automobile, commercial trucking, premises liability electric shock, and breach of contract. Additionally, he has experienced working with bad faith claims against insurance companies and improper deductions against oil and gas producers. He has appeared in front of the Kansas and Missouri Court of Appeal.

Mr. Fleming has a reputation for effective and aggressive personal injury advocacy a reputation thats built on successful cases and a dedication to his work. In 2007, he resolved a $22,000,000 brain injury cases for a mans family after the young man came in contact with a power line and suffered a serious head injury (Willis v. Plate Clay Electric Coop, Case No. 03-CV84857, Platte County, Missouri). This case was the largest settlement resolved in Missouri that year. Mr. Fleming is a member of the Kansas and Missouri state courts, the United States District court of Kansas and Western District of Missouri. He is also a member for the Kansas Association for Justice, Kansas Bar Association, Johnson County Bar Association of Trial Attorneys, and a number of other organizations.

Mr. Fleming graduated from Creighton University received his law degree from Washburn School of Law in Topeka, Kansas. At Wendt Goss, he will continue to represent injury victims in a variety of personal injury practice areas. The firm is ready to help clients in a multitude of cases, including airplane, bicycle, boating, bus and car accidents. In the past, the firm has helped clients resolve medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, premises liability and motor vehicle accident settlements many of which involved hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlements.

The attorneys at Wendt Goss as dedicated to helping clients. With a reputation for assertive and effective legal advocacy, the lawyers at the firm are well-versed in dangerous drugs, dog bit, drowning accident, workers compensation and wrongful death cases. With year of experience behind them, the lawyers at the firm can help victims of any type of injury in Kansas City and the surrounding areas. To learn more about Wendt Goss, P.C. and Mr. Fleming, visit the firms website at