Monthly Archives: August 2010

1-3 of the Top 10 Techniques For Writing Like a Pro


For those of you who missed my Blog Talk Radio Show-Baby Boomers Sandwich this morning you may listen to it by clicking on: www.BlogTalkRadio.com/sandra-haymon Barbara McNichol, expert editor and author was my special guest. Barbara offered a FREE download of … Continue reading

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#10 of the Top 10 Techniques For Writing Like A Pro


Here’s #10 of Barbara McNichol’s 10 Top techniques For Writing Like a Pro. You can get your Free download at http://www.barbaramcnichol.com/ You may also listen to this interview at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/sandra-haymon #10. Whack Wordiness As you write, proofread, rewrite, and finalize … Continue reading

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Caregivers Attempt to Balance Their Personal Life and the Demands of Caring for Elderly Parents


Millions of Americans are now finding themselves in a place they have never been before–sandwiched between their careers, the needs of immediate family members, planning their own retirement, and providing care for elderly loved ones. Baby Boomers – Sandwiched Between Retirement … Continue reading

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The Sacred Journey of Caregiving-A Transformational Approach to Life


Are you the “designated caregiver” for your elderly relatives? Do you often feel overwhelmed, frustrated, angry, and ashamed? Are you afraid of not making the “right” decisions? Do you question your judgment, and feel guilty no matter what you do? … Continue reading

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Everything In Its’ Place-Five Steps to Getting Organized


Do you ever feel like you’re drowning in clutter? Do you constantly think you’re turning around in circles? Is your attempts to get organized the only thing in your waste basket? Do you ever think you’re the only one who’s … Continue reading

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Talking…From Chit-Chat to Headlines


Ever wish you could communicate more effectively and efficiently? Ever wish you knew how to start a conversation with a stranger? Ever wish you could learn to “think” before you speak, or have magical words roll off the tip of … Continue reading

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Make the Most of Your Words With the Media


Have you ever wondered what a “soundbite” is? Have you ever wondered what you should wear when making a promotional video? Does the thoughts of talking with a reporter about a cover story for your business scare you? What would … Continue reading

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Communicating Encouragement to Caregivers


Everyone needs encouragement, especially caregivers. Would you like to know how to encourage and motivate with words? Would you like to know certain phrases to use that leaves others feeling validated and understood? Would you like to know how to … Continue reading

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Cancer Data Websites


If you missed my show today you can still listen to it at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/sandra-haymon. Georgia Armenta Yee, Officer Chief, Office of Health Registries Arizona Dept. of Health Services, was my guest AND Richard Porter, Bureau Chief, joined us!! Here’s some … Continue reading

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Adversity is a Necessity


I was just thinking about adversity today and the necessity of contrast when I came upon this poem. The most beautiful stones have been tossed by the wind and washed by the water and polished to brillance by life’s strongest storms. … Continue reading

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