Very excited about Funder Enlightening's first Image issue. Fans of this website will be able to read it here as well.
Keep watching. It's right around the corner.
Our first issue of The Image is slated for mid April. So far, so good. It appears we're on schedule.
Hopefully, the remaining pieces will fall into place next week. Stay tuned... more to come.
The Image bi-monthly magazine and the Treasure Chest bi-monthly mailer have just been added to the Funder Enlightening family. That of course explains the major website remodeling. Our first Image will print mid April.
Looking forward to it. The magazine will also be available online, as is Snippetz. Stay tuned.... we're getting there.
With the arrival of Issue 484 - "SNIPPETZ ASKS: WHAT’S IN A NAME?" we've turned another corner on our quest to make Snippetz Online easier to use. Please let us know what you think... we welcome suggestions!
We are currently restructuring Snippetz Online. Once completed, we think you will enjoy the Snippetz experience on a whole new level.
We also welcome any suggestions.
Few Americans under the age of 90 can relate to the early beginnings of the movie industry. With surround sound and special sound effects, it’s almost unfathomable to think about moviegoers of the 21st century sitting in theatres watching plots develop with nary a word. It might be hard to sit still, maybe the reason the first 20 years of silent movies were just a few minutes in length.
Psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists and other “ists” have studied competition for decades. Is it an innate or learned behavior? Or is it some of both? Nonetheless, proof of the human need or fascination with competition is everywhere. People compete with others for jobs, in sports and against themselves. And the venues for expressing the competitive spirit are numerous from racing cockroaches and bathtubs on wheels to spelling bees. If you’re an Olympic wannabe without the sponsorship, then there’s a race or contest somewhere at some time just for you. Snippetz takes a look at a few of the more … ahem … interesting contests.
Many high-ranking officials and leaders worldwide sought guidance from their personal astrologers before they would make any decisions on a variety of matters. Former First Lady Nancy Reagan made a splash in history when she consulted an astrologist after the assassination attempt on her husband and then president, Ronald Reagan, who also turned to the galaxy for guidance.
A FEW OF THIS WEEK'S FEATURED ARTICLES:
Tai Yi - “RE-CREATING MISSED OPPORTUNITIES"
Have you ever looked at your life and wondered what would have happened had you taken “that” pathway/opportunity, or married “that” person-or waited all together? Many times, we make choices that we may think are the most beneficial choices at the time, but then see that a particular choice was made out of fear or denial.
The Kitchen Diva - "TASTY TREATMENTS FOR STRESS"
Whether you’re dealing with everyday life, holiday pressures or unusual circumstances that have you feeling overwhelmed, the foods you eat can help to elevate stress. I’ve created a delicious recipe for Stress-Busting Stuffed Bell Peppers containing the following ingredients that will keep you calm in times of stress.
Financial Focus - "HOW TO CHOOSE A FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL"
As you navigate the financial world, you’ll most likely deal with a wide array of investment choices, constantly changing tax laws, estate-planning issues and other areas. And then, to make things even more complex, you’ll have to consider your own risk tolerance, time horizon and individual goals.
Although it had been a favorite pastime of students since the 1950s, the game of trivia was popularized en masse in the mid 60s, when four students from Columbia University appeared on the television show, “I’ve Got a Secret.”
WE WISH YOU OUR VERY BEST FOR 2011!