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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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Hourly rates: $285 – $500

Living in Truth

“Living in truth means that you never stay in a situation that makes you unhappy or that you feel is wrong for you for any reason.” – Brian Tracy

Living in Truth can be difficult because we as human are complex beings. We aren’t like the mythical Vulcans from Star Trek. We don’t just think logically and take the logical choice each and every time. Our emotions regularly play a role in what we do, in addition to our culture and our moral values.

To live in truth as stated here can be difficult. For example, I have a friend who must see things through. He cannot start something without finishing it. So, even though it will make him unhappy, or tired, or frustrated, he still does it.

Does that mean that my friend is not living in truth?

I’m not sure.

What do you think?

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

Telephone: (801) 676-5506
SEO by Jeremy Eveland

Jeremy Eveland

SEO Specialist and Thinker.
Star rating:

Hourly rates: $285 – $500

Truly Honest Person

A truly honest person realizes that there is no such thing as something for nothing. There is no easy way to be successful. – Brian Tracy

Indeed, there are no short cuts.

Even though we want a short cut, there is only one true way to succeed – hard work and alot of it.

There is no silver bullet.

Even though we want a one-shot answer – there is no silver bullet to solve the problem you have. There are many different methods that can be employed to resolve the situation, but only a few will take action.

Will you take action?

When will do you do it?

Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goldman has done research on emotional intelligence.

We can control our emotions.

There are 4 things:

1. how to know your emotions.
2. how to calibrate yourself.
3. how to calibrate other people’s emotions.
4. how to control other people’s emotions.

We think we can’t control our emotions. This simply isn’t true. We can.

We just never learn how to control our emotions.

I don’t know of any school where they teach this.

We need to learn how to control our emotions.

This can be one of the most important things we learn about in life.

This helps you have a better understanding of what is going on in the world. When you do this, you can make better decisions. You can learn to focus and accomplish what it is your want. Your mind and emotions can be used to assist you in this.

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas 2016

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, sort of…

Well, actually, it is the Wednesday before Christmas here.

Snow is falling…


Times are going well.

How are you?

Nothing new to report, just work and rest for the holiday season.

Merry Christmas to you!

An Entrepreneurs Guide to Purchasing a Business or Franchise (Second Edition)

New York (PRWEB) June 18, 2010

Business and Franchise Lawyer Charles N. Internicola has announced the release of the Second Edition of An Entrepreneurs Guide to Purchasing a Business or Franchise: A No Nonsense Guide to Educate, Inform and Empower Business Purchasers and Prospective Franchisees. Written to level the playing field for the individual entrepreneur, the book reveals fundamental information that business purchasers and prospective franchisees need to know before buying a business or signing a franchise agreement.

In the book, readers are exposed to the 5 myths that must be ignored when buying a business followed by fundamental information about business and franchise transactions. After establishing the fundamentals, the book alerts readers to practical information about Evaluating and Assessing Business Assets, Special Factors Important to Franchisees, and The Significance of Due Diligence. In the supplement to the book, readers are provided with timely and specialized information about valuing a business, franchise transactions and the current state of the economy, including, criteria for assessing whether or not the purchase of a business or franchise is a viable option for replacing a lost job.

Why did Charles N. Internicola write the Book?:

To level the playing field for the business and franchise purchaser by exposing prospective entrepreneurs to critical information and issues that they need to be aware of before signing any agreements or paying any fees.

About Charles N. Internicola: Charles Internicola is an attorney, author and speaker with a legal practice devoted to business and franchise law. Charles represents entrepreneurs, including first time business purchasers, franchisors, franchisees and non-public corporations. Charles is the publisher of the New York Franchise Law Blog. You can learn more about Charles N. Internicola by visiting

Book Details (paper back): 126 pages; Publisher: Word Association (June, 2010); Cover Price $19.95; Language: English; ISBN 978-1-59571-553-1

Trial Attorneys Robert L. Clarkson and Connie M. Anderson Join Klinedinst Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2007 –

Klinedinst PC is proud to announce that corporate litigators Robert L. Clarkson and Connie M. Anderson have joined the firm's Los Angeles law office. Mr. Clarkson and Ms. Anderson were previously affiliated with the corporate law firm of Lerman, Pointer and Clarkson of Beverly Hills, CA.

Over the span of a 27 year legal career, Mr. Clarkson has tried numerous cases involving tens of millions of dollars in damages. He is often called upon to handle the most complex business litigation on behalf of clients. Mr. Clarkson has handled shareholder derivative lawsuits, class actions, and appellate cases. He also frequently represents corporations involved in administrative proceedings before state and federal agencies, as well as regulatory bodies and the NASD.

Since graduating from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1978, Robert Clarkson has made a name for himself in several high profile trials. At a bench trial, Mr. Clarkson represented a major real estate developer being sued by another developer for $126 million. Upon winning the trial, Mr. Clarkson then sought relief for damages incurred, and recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his client. He represents professional corporations, and once helped a respected architecture firm obtain millions of dollars in owed commissions. He represents clients in high-profile partnership disputes. Mr. Clarkson also works with large, multi-national corporations to ensure their interests are protected in state and federal courts.

Bob has a stellar reputation in legal circles as a no-nonsense lawyer, noted John D. Klinedinst, CEO of Klinedinst PC. He's the type of attorney you want representing you in court when your back is against the wall. Bob's trial skills and his tenacity for representing clients are legendary, and we are proud he has chosen to join Klinedinst PC.

Connie Anderson handled many of the same types of cases as an associate at Lerman, Pointer and Clarkson. Ms. Anderson graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2000. Since the inception of her legal career, her practice has been focused on complex business litigation, real estate litigation, and various intellectual property matters. She is experienced in the intricacies of class action defense, having handled a variety of class actions, including numerous actions against of America's largest retailers of electronics and computer equipment alleging unfair business practices. Having earned an MBA as well, Ms. Anderson is able to understand the nuances of her client's businesses, and is able to efficiently interface with clients and experts concerning company culture, and production, marketing, and accounting information.

Connie is a tremendous litigator who has proven her worth in a relatively short period of time, added Klinedinst. Her experience with these types of complex cases will be a welcome addition to our business litigation team. I'm delighted that our clients will be the beneficiaries of her incredible work ethic, professionalism, and top-tier legal skills.

To learn more about Mr. Clarkson, please review his biography at:

And to learn more about Ms. Anderson, please review her C.V. at:

About Klinedinst

KLINEDINST PC has achieved the highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell. We are a full service firm engaged in litigation and transactional law practice throughout the State of California, and serve our clients from offices in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. For more information about the firm, please visit our About section online at

Thanksgiving 2016

If you are like me, you are planning on celebrating Thanksgiving this year. My wife cooks with her mother and makes a big turkey. It always tastes great. There is stuffing (which is just okay), mashed potatoes, corn, and other good things to eat. I always eat too much.

Do you eat too much too on Thanksgiving?

One tradition we have is to go around the table and state something that we are thankful for.

This year, I am thankful for my health.

You see, I’ve been sick the last few days and there is nothing worse than being sick. I hope to be back to good health soon.

Well, I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving.

Future Posts –

So I didn’t make a blog post in October. It was a busy month. Got a lot done. After much consideration, I’ve decided to turn this blog over to a syndicate. This means future posts will not be from me on this blog. I’ll notify you if there are any other blog posts from me. For now, they will not be from me. Just an FYI. Future posts are from others. Call me if you ever need me. Best –