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Christmas is coming again!

We have just one month left before the end of 2017…

Can you believe how fast this year has gone by?

Time goes by quickly.

How have you done on your goals?

What changes have you made in your life?

Have you made the effort to become better than you were when you started this journey? If so, how?

Will you take a moment right now and write in your diary or journal about the changes you’ve made in your life?

Time to do that now.

True Happiness…

“True happiness and success come from living your life in harmony with the laws that govern your being.” – Brian Tracey.

Are you happy?

Do you feel happy?

What governs happiness?

Does success equal happiness?

What are the laws that govern your being?

Does the golden rule apply here?

What about Paul’s teachings about being honest?

Have you ever considered what determines your moral compass?

What are you unwilling to stand for?

Textbook or Workbook

Do you use a textbook or workbook to design your life?

Do you add more materials as you go through life?

Are you reactive in your life or do you have a purpose or mission you are working on?

Why or why not?

If you are reactive in your life, should you change that?

How do you change something?

Everything is a Test

Everything is a Test

– Jay Abraham

As you create your life, Jay Abraham suggests that you approach each change you make as a test.

Why do you think that is?

If things don’t work in the “real world” the way you thing that they should, is that a problem with the “real world” or is it a problem with your approach? Can you change the “real world”?

Can you change your approach?

Which is the easier change to make?

If only 1/5th of the things you try to do will work, shouldn’t you take action quickly to find the 1 out of 5 that will work so you can “succeed”?

What is success anyway?

Have you succeeded yet?

By the way, the year is half over.

How are those 2017 goals and new years resolutions coming along?

Is there a point to all of this?

Why go through the process of change?

Are you happy where you are?

Will achieving something different make you happy (or happier)? Why or why not?

What else should you be doing that you’re not doing right now?

What action should you be taking?

What is the next step?

Do that now.

Get in Early

Jeremy Eveland Get Up Early

Winners get there early, they work late, they work through their lunch hour, they work through their coffee breaks, they work in the evenings, they study on the weekends, they take extra courses. Winners are absolutely determined to win, and they are willing to pay the price.” – Brian Tracy

Think about that quote for a minute.

It take effort to win in life.

Even if you put forth the effort, life can still kick you down.

Even if you do everything that Brian Tracy talks about here, you still might not succeed in the financial sense. You may, but you may not. You can’t predict the future. You don’t know if your boss will fire you. You can’t control the president of the United States or Russia or any other country.

Right now there is turmoil in the world. Threats and statements made against others. It’s easy to get caught up in that. It’s also just as easy to ignore it and put your blinders on and start getting to work.

If your shift starts at 8am, why aren’t you showing up at 7am?

If you are in the accounting industry, what prevents you from taking night classes to further your education?

If you want to win and get ahead in life, you’ve got to put in the effort.

It is not easy.

If success were easy, everyone would be doing it – right?

Then there would be no point in giving it your all.

So, do your best – give it your all – become now the person you desire to be.

Best of luck to you.

Lifelong Learning

Commit yourself to lifelong learning. The most valuable asset you’ll ever have is your mind and what you put into it. – Brian Tracy

Do you like to learn?

Do you enjoy learning?

Is learning fun? For you is it fun?

What makes it fun? If you don’t think learning is fun, what can you do to change that?

Are you a lifelong learner?

What is it like to learn all the time?

What are you learning today?

What knowledge do you have now that you did not have yesterday?

What book are you reading?

Why are you reading it?

How does it help you now?

What is your learning goal?

Are you better today than you were yesterday?

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

Telephone: (801) 676-5506

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Making Changes

What you learn and understand, you remember.

– Wyatt Woodsmall

How do you learn best? Do you learn best by doing something?

Do you engage all of your senses in what you are doing?

Do you see it, smell it, taste it, touch it, and feel it?

Is there a “sixth sense”?

If so, what is it? If it is there, how do you tap into it?

Is it necessary to learn something?

How do you go about understanding something?

Do you have to repeat things several times to understand them?

Is the quote above correct? If you learn and understand will you remember it?

Does this change anything in your life?

Is there something to apply here?

What is it you need to apply? How fast can you do it?

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.

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

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.