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*Demcration Nomination 97 Markets from Predcit.org
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*The Extraordinary Ordinary Prisoner: Essays From Inside America?s Carceral State http://www.NewsReleaseWire.com/228928
The title of this post is the title of this notable new book authored by Jeremiah Bourgeois. The book is a collection of columns, mostly written while Jeremiah Bourgeois was serving a term of life imprisonment for a crime committed at the age of fourteen. Here is how the work is described at Amazon:  The Extraordinary Ordinary Prisoner: Essays From Inside America's Carceral State   Jeremiah Bourgeois  206-798-2908      jj@jeremiahbourgeoisconsulting.com
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*Colors Not To Use In Your Home.
I am a firm believer that our bodies, minds and souls need color.  Every color has it's own energy, it's own gift to give in any room.   We need these vibrations to live a fuller, happier life.  I also know that each person has colors that resonate with their own individual  energy.  A color that may be too bright for one person may not be bright enough for another.  While there are exceptions to the rule, here are some don'ts that may be helpful.
Jeanette Chasworth    626 485 6354    design@thecolorwhisperer.com
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*Midwest farmers face a crisis. Hundreds are dying by suicide
One by one, the three men from the same close-knit community took their own lives. Their deaths spanned a two-year stretch starting in mid-2015 and shook the village of Georgetown, Ohio, about 40 miles southeast of Cincinnati. All of the men were in their 50s and 60s. All were farmers.
frank@thementalhealthcomedian.com    858.405.5653     Frank King, Suicide Prevention Expert
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*How Will COVID-19 Impact Your Travel Plans?
Months ago my son booked a trip to Seattle to visit family and friends.  This week—one day before his scheduled flight— he asked me, "Is it too dangerous to travel? Should I cancel my trip?"
You might be asking similar questions.
Maybe you have plans to attend a meeting, or visit a client, or get away and recharge.
Do you follow through with your plans, or do you cancel?
I'll put on my doctor hat and offer some tips to help you make travel choices with greater confidence:
1. Stay informed.  The event you're about to attend or the city you're about to visit will most likely have published recommendations.  Check regularly.
2. Use reason.  We are in the grips of an epidemic of fear, and our feelings impact our perception of risk. While catching COVID-19 on a plane ride may be the overwhelming travel fear, statistically the biggest threat to your health may well involve the car ride to and from the airport. 
3. Consider your circumstances.  A person undergoing chemotherapy may make very different choices than a young healthy gym rat.  While there are no right choices, there are choices that are right for YOU.
4. Stay healthy.  Your immune system is like your own homeland security system.  Do simple things completely within your power to keep it strong.  Get a good night's sleep. Eat well.  Get regular exercise.  Cut back on adult beverages and stop smoking. 
5. Stop touching your face.  Easier said than done!  A study of medical students shows that on average they touched their faces almost two dozen times each hour--even though they know better. Face-touching might be a behavior evolved to manage stress. I've always thought that the primary purpose of a face mask is to keep hands away from noses and mouthes.
6. Avoid sick people, and stay home if you're sick.   
7. Protect yourself on flights. Click here to get my plane travel tips.
8. Invest in travel insurance.  The easiest way to do this is to book travel with a major credit card.  
My son's in Seattle right now having a great time. 
I plan to maintain my busy speaking travel schedule.
Vicki Rackner MD    (425) 451-3777    rackner@targetingdoctors.com
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*Kazmira From Mr. Pulak Sharma & Dr. Priyanka Sharma -- Kazmira -- Premier Science -- Premier CBD Products
Can I Trust Certificates Of Analysis (COAs)?
Advice from Leading Third-Party Labs
We spoke with Eurofins and ProVerde, trusted third-party labs in the industry, to get their perspective and advice on the problem.
One of the largest questions facing consumers in the CBD industry today is 'How do I know if my CBD product is real, reliable and safe?' One of the most effective ways that companies have been able to answer this question is through third-party Certificates of Analysis (COA).
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*Marilyn King ? Episode 54: Part 2
An Olympian, she talks about how one new thought can change your whole life. She also speaks about the life altering experience She talks about her grandmother who was illiterate but was the most important teacher you had. She encourages everyone to start their day the "Olympian Way"
Dr. Gayle Carson     305-310-9954    gaylecarson13@gmail.com
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*Patricia Fisher Made Erroneous Conclusions
In the FX program, The Most Dangerous Animal of All, first aired on March 6, 2020, document examiner Patricia Fisher inaccurately critiqued the work I performed in 2012 for the book by the same name.  Ms. Fisher said a document examiner must not cherry pick letters and words when comparing the writing on various documents. She also raised the issue that there was an insufficient number of exemplars (documents known to be written by Earl Van Best, Jr.) to use for comparison with the letters written by the Zodiac killer
Michael N. Wakshull --Forensic Document Examiner   www.quality9.com  805-501-3388
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*The Celebrity vs. Influencer Battle? Who?s Winning the War?
Starting about five years ago we noticed a shift in what our corporate brand clients were looking for. In addition to wanting celebrities with name recognition for their PR, marketing, advertising campaigns and events, they also started asking how many followers they had. In subsequent years it became evident that the priority was shifting more heavily in the direction of social media influence and not as much about instant name recognisability. Suddenly, the kid next door with 10M followers was more in demand than George Clooney!
We have always used the definition of "celebrity" to mean anyone well known, in the public eye, within their field of discipline, therefore we consider digital influencers to simply be a type of celebrity—just like film, TV, music and sports are types. But there are many who would still argue that there is a major difference between celebrities and influencers and that there's a battle being fought as to who will win more of the marketing budget in the years ahead.
While Influencer Marketing has had a meteoric rise in recent years, there's also evidence of a slow down due to oversaturation and mistrust. Mobile Marketer reports that "The engagement rate for sponsored posts fell to 2.4% in Q1 2019 from 4% three years earlier" And according to Mindshare's recent Power to the People report , which in part looked at public attitudes about trust, influencers are at the bottom of the chart. 
It's also worth noting that fame, particularly the kind formed on social media, is fleeting. The same influencers that capture audience attention today may not be holding onto that attention tomorrow. 
In fairness, the same could be said about celebrities to a degree as the "A-lister" of today might be the C-level of tomorrow. Celebrity mistrust is also possible when the public's perception is that there isn't an authentic match with the brand. 
Whether celebrity or influencer, it all boils down to one essential element for any PR, marketing or advertising campaign to be effective—authenticity. 
According to a report by Stackla.com "In a world of celebrity endorsements, sponsored posts and paid influencers, consumers crave authenticity more than ever" 
The Celebrity Source -- Access To Thousands Of Celebrities
Rita Tateel  Rita@TheCelebritySource.com   323-651-3300
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