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  • Rose sees room for improvement

    first_img Press Association The closing stretch was not without incident however, with Rose’s tee shot on the 16th hitting an elderly spectator on the head and causing a teenage fan to faint at the sight of the resulting blood. ” You can’t quite see where the spectator line is on that hole and when I saw the ball bounce up I was hoping it had maybe hit one of the white stakes,” Rose said. “Whenever you see the ball jump into the air, it’s not hitting anywhere soft. “I was pretty concerned walking up there. There didn’t seem to be a commotion, but then I saw someone was on the ground. You hope it’s not a kid, you hope it’s not a woman; obviously it was an elderly gentleman, but he took it like a trooper and was talking to me so that was slightly reassuring. “He told me had been coming to tournaments for years and years and had never got hit before.” Speaking about his round, Rose said his game was “running at 50 per cent”, adding: “There are still a couple of loose shots that I am getting away with on this course that I wouldn’t on other courses. “But I feel like I have managed my game well, played the hard holes well and kept it clean.” Playing partner Phil Mickelson, who won the 2013 Open a mile down the road at Muirfield, was in danger of missing the halfway cut when he bogeyed the 11th and 12th, but responded in style with a hat-trick of birdies from the 14th to finish three under. “For me to make the cut the way I putted the first two days is surprising,” the 45-year-old said. “I feel really good about some of the things I’ve been working on in my golf swing. The last piece will be the putter. I don’t want to worry about that right now.” Justin Rose rated his game at just 50 per cent despite remaining firmly in contention to defend his Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title at Gullane on Friday. Looking to become the first player to win the event two years running following his victory at Royal Aberdeen 12 months ago, Rose carded a second consecutive 66 to join Ryder Cup team-mate Graeme McDowell, Shane Lowry, Ryan Palmer, Matt Nixon and Johan Carlsson in second, three shots behind surprise leader Daniel Brooks. The former US Open champion recovered from a bogey on the first with five birdies in the next seven holes, but could only manage nine straight pars on the back nine. Lowry, who was in contention for the US Open last month before finishing ninth, matched Rose by carding his second successive 66 and credited his recent good form to a settled home life. “I’ve settled down a lot and matured a lot,” said Lowry, who won the 2009 Irish Open while still an amateur. “Everything in my life is a lot more stable and my golf is reaping the benefits. ” I’ve always had belief in myself. No matter what tournament I play I feel like I can do well and compete. Whether it’s a normal tournament or a major, I just want to play well. “I think a lot of people have been caught up in recent weeks about me winning majors; I think I’ve got a lot to achieve before I win a major. If one gets in the way between now and then, I’ll take it happily. That’s the way I feel my career is going.” Brooks, who fired four birdies and an eagle in his 65, won the Madeira Islands Open in 2014, an event reduced to 36 holes due to bad weather delays and overshadowed by the death of Alastair Forsyth’s caddie Iain McGregor on the course during the final round. ” I’ve played some terrible golf since then but it’s started to come back,” said Brooks, who had missed 13 cuts in a row this season before finishing 20th in France last week. ” To miss that many cuts, it does get you down. But you only need one good week. “Madeira feels like a long time ago now. With Mac passing away, I didn’t have time to celebrate, it wasn’t a nice feeling. I got a win but it put a downer on it.” First round leader Thorbjorn Olesen amazingly missed the halfway cut after slumping to a 77 on Friday, 14 shots worse than his opening 63. last_img read more

  • Joseph takes share of lead at Gulfstream

    first_imgCMC – Trainer Saffie Joseph Jr produced only a single winner at Gulfstream Park here Saturday but it was enough for him to pull level with Todd Pletcher at the top of the standings.The Barbadian, who trailed by as much as four wins last week, sent out 3-1 choice Yodel E A Who, who collared the four-year-old and upwards by 5-½ lengths in a 6-½ furlong contest in a time of one minute, 16:30 seconds.Joseph and Pletcher are now tied on 21 wins in the season which got underway April 2 and wraps September 27.Michael Maker lies third on 15 wins with Antonio Sano one back in fourth.The four-horse field sprinted from the gates to line up across the track before Victor Lebron put Yodel E A Who’s head in front down along the rails, to reach the quarter mile in 22.62 seconds.Favourite Win With Pride, ridden by Irad Ortiz Jr and conditioned by Pletcher, raced three-quarters of a length behind while Cajun Firecracker and Small Fortune remained in contention.Approaching the final turn, Win With Pride attacked the leader but Lebron opened up the four-year-old bay gelding at the top of the stretch and he pulled away impressively from the field to reach the wire strongly.Win With Pride trailed in second while Cajun Firecracker finished third.last_img read more

  • Nerd Alert: Turn Your Browser Into A Notepad

    first_img7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Tags:#Browsers jon mitchell Okay, forgive me, but I have to nerd out on you for a second. I have just learned that you can turn any modern browser window into a text notepad, and you can save the contents. It even works on mobile browsers.Type this into your browser’s location bar:data:text/html, Hit enter, then click on the blank page below. Now type away. And on a desktop browser, if you save the page, you’ll get an HTML file that will open right back up in your browser with the text you had written.How Does It Work?The reason this works is laid out in a post by Jose Jesus Perez Aguinaga on Coderwall. It uses the Data URI format to tell the browser to make a simple HTML page that contains the new HTML5 element “contenteditable.” It’s pretty basic stuff, unless you aren’t using a modern browser, but I sure hope you are by now.Aguinaga explains that he uses it as a scratch pad since he lives in the browser, and he doesn’t want text editor windows cluttering up his workspace.I can relate to that. I wouldn’t use it for writing a blog post, but I’d certainly use it for a tab of notes on the contents of the browser tab next to it. I regularly have browser windows with 10 or 12 tabs of stuff for an article I’m writing, and I can use this trick to keep my notes on each item right there next to it. It isn’t pretty, but it works.I’ve entered the magic words as a snippet in TextExpander by Smile. So whenever I type “tttype,” my Mac or TextExpander-enabled mobile apps will spit out the real thing.That’s pretty neat, but the wizards in the comments section below Aguinaga’s post have figured out even more powerful tweaks, including making it into a bookmark.I learned this via Glenn Fleishman, who learned about it via Tom Standage. Nerd-out complete.Image courtesy of Shutterstock Why You Love Online Quizzescenter_img How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Related Posts Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img read more

  • Go Beyond the Webinar: Insights, Experiences, and Strategies in Working with Individuals and Families Impacted by TBI

    first_imgBy: Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFTImagine being a Convoy Commander and waking up one morning completely unaware of the way your life will change in the next few hours. You are hit by an IED and sustain parietal lobe damage and suffer a stroke from the blast wave. Several months after your injury, you have started to realize that some of the tasks that used to be so simple are now very difficult. After eating dinner last night, you discover that you are unable to figure out which Tupperware container would fit your leftovers. A once simple task has now presented a challenge that sends you back to the place of grief you experienced right after your injury. This is one of the many examples that Dr. Heidi Knock provided for us during our Gray Matters webinar to give us a deeper understanding of the impact TBI can have on both individuals and their families. In her daily work with individuals who have sustained these injuries and their family members, Dr. Knock recognizes the importance of reaching out and helping. The following are some of the highlights from her enlightening webinar.Depression, Suicidality, and Suicide Attempts and TBINeurological Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital found these statistics in August 2011: 53% of individuals who sustain a TBI will suffer a major depressive episode within the first year after injury. 23% experienced suicidal ideation after their injury. 17% actually had a suicide attempt after their injury. Dr. Knock asked participants to share their thoughts on why this might be the case. Here are their responses:Chronic pain (emotional, physical)Might not be getting all of the answers about their injury if it can’t be seen on a scanDifficulty coping with the symptomsUnable to receive the help they needCan’t do what they used to be able to doExperiencing loss associated with the injuryFeel like a burden to their family may lose support because they aren’t the same person they were prior to the injuryDr. Knock added that people who have sustained TBI will continue to run into challenges that they did not anticipate. In fact, these triggers can send them back into the grief that they may have experienced soon after their injury.CaregivingIn addition to the people who have sustained the injuries, others can be deeply impacted as well. Dr. Knock shared experiences of spouses who have taken on the role of the caregiver. The following are ramifications of this transition.Typically cause a great deal of conflictSpouse experiences loss and frustration as wellSpouse shoulders a great deal of the responsibilitySpouse often takes symptoms personally Loss of IdentityThere is a great sense of loss for many people who have suffered TBI, especially those active duty service members.Sense of betrayal from the  militaryIdentity crisis experienced, as they never envisioned themselves doing anything other than being in the militarySome of their skills will not translate into marketable jobs in the civilian world, making the transition of the military very difficultSome people join the military to get away from bad family experiences or situations and gain support in their military families. When they leave, they lose their support system.Intelligence and TBI “People with brain injuries are not stupid. They have little pockets of functioning that, based on where their brain was injured, that aren’t working, but the rest of their brain can be fully intact.”Dr. Knock shared a powerful story with us about a man who attempted suicide and suffered a TBI as a result of the attempt with a gun. While his frontal lobe was injured and he displayed many symptoms as a result of this, his IQ was still 124. This should serve as a reminder to all of us that we should continue to treat individuals in a strength-based manner, recognizing that they may need assistance in only some areas rather than all.Rehabilitation Team Rehabilitation teams are of great important. Dr. Knock provided a list of people who might be included on those teams and discussed the importance of each member.People who sustain TBI should get immediate attention and servicesThey should be surrounded with a team of professionals to assist in adapting to symptoms and rewiring of the brainSpeech Pathologists do not just work on speech (click here for more information on Speech Therapy and TBI). Physiatrist- Medical Doctor who specializes in RehabilitationPhysical Therapist- Focuses on coordination, balance, etc (Click here for more information on Physical Therapy and TBI)The more people on board, the better the client will functionInterventionHere are some suggestions that Dr. Knock provided for the participants.Speak slowly and clearly, checking in for feedback to assess if they are comprehendingKeep questions simple but do not talk down to themInclude family/support system in sessions and groupsMinimize distractionsKeep a journal and/or write down any items for follow-upAccommodations While accommodations may not be necessary for every area, it is important to recognize and address any that are needed. As a professional, you can easily write a letter outlining the needs of each individual for them to give to their work and/or school.May need to be allowed to take a time outMay need a note-taker for schoolMay need more structure at workFamily InvolvementDr. Knock highlighted the importance of family involvement with the care and rehabilitation of those who have sustained TBI. She asked participants of the webinar to give their reasoning behind this.The client may not be good at advocating for themselvesThe person who is injured may not recognize their symptoms of their own needsThey may need assistance with following up with services, advocacy, and social skillsA regular PCM may not know the extent of the injury or the entire storyDr. Knock suggested that families seek the services of a case manager through the insurance companies. This may assist with the needed services and having the services covered under the insurance.This post was written by Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT, the Social Media and Programming Coordination Specialist for the MFLN Family Development Team. The Family Development team aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network Family Development concentration area on our website, Facebook, and Twitter.last_img read more

  • Hector LaMarque On Building The Leadership Skills That Bring Success – Episode #79

    first_imgPodcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 31:11 — 28.6MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSOne of the most influential and powerful voices in the sales community today is Hector LaMarque. He’s been a salesperson and sales leader for over 30 years and has applied the hard work and hustle it takes to continually be that leader in the field. In this conversation, Anthony chats with Hector about what it takes to build real leadership skills, why many salespeople act like they are working but really aren’t, how adversity and competition are the only roads that lead toward growth, and much more. You’re going to hear from a master in the areas of sales, motivation, and leadership so don’t miss this one.Hector LaMarque On Building The Leadership Skills That Bring Success – Episode #79Click To TweetLeadership skills are seldom something you are born with. They have to be learned.Of course, there are people who are born leaders. But the skills that have to be applied in order to functionally BE a good leader are not always something that comes naturally. Hector LaMarque says that leadership skills have to be honed, refined over time, and the truly successful leaders are the ones who understand that and are constantly working on the craft of leadership. Hector highlights what it takes to apply yourself to that kind of consistent work on this episode of In The Arena, so be sure you listen.Most people’s skill set is poor to mediocre. Successful sales leaders can’t be those people.When Hector LaMarque was asked why many people in the sales world are not achieving the numbers or accomplishments they say they want to achieve, he said it’s because the average person has a poor to mediocre skill set and doesn’t know it. If they do know it, they don’t know what it takes to build the leadership skills that will propel them to new levels of accomplishment. Hector’s philosophy is simple: It takes a lot of hustle, hard work, and a constant commitment to personal and professional growth to build the skills set that leads to success. Most people simply aren’t willing to put in that kind of work.Most people’s skill set is poor to mediocre. Successful sales leaders can’t be those people.Click To TweetSuccess is more like MMA than it is like boxing.In this wide-ranging conversation Anthony and his guest, Hector LaMarque primarily chat about leadership and leadership skills, but not without a foray into the world of sports. Both of them use the sports analogy as a perfect way to illustrate the discipline and competitiveness needed to become successful. Anthony says that the path to success is more like MMA fighting than it is boxing, simply because you have to lose many hard-fought battles in order to get there. It’s those losses, those hardships that craft you into the person who can not only accomplish success but who can also bear up under the weight of it. You’ll get a lot of clearly thought-out advice about personal growth and leadership on this episode, so don’t miss it.Competition is a good thing. It’s what pushes us to improve our products, services, and skills.There are times, and certain circles, where competitiveness is cast in a negative light. But Hector LaMarque believes that competition is a good thing. It’s the desire to win, the desire to overcome that pushes all of us to the next level. It’s what produces better products year after year. It’s what fuels innovation and advancement in the culture. It’s what drives high achievers toward continued growth in their personal and leadership skills. Competition is indeed a good thing. It’s what makes us champions when everyone else is content to simply be a competitor.Competition is a good thing. It’s what pushes us to improve Click To TweetOutline of this great episode What makes for success in the people Hector has worked with? What is the prospecting work that successful salespeople and leaders do? How Hector developed the idea that it’s HIS responsibility to grow and learn. What it means for successful sales leaders to work on their skill set. Adversity as the tool to give you the grit and determination you need. What is it about leaders that helps people grow? Hector’s story: how he gained the experience from which he leads. What new leaders need to do in order to become successful leaders.Our Sponsors:Jeffrey Gitomer Sales Seminars – use the code “Anthony” to receive your discount.Sales Gravy University – tell Jeb that Anthony sent you.Resources & Links mentioned in this episodehttps://hectorlamarque.com/Hector on Twitter15318889840735211671The theme song “Into the Arena” is written and produced by Chris Sernel. You can find it on SoundcloudConnect with AnthonyWebsite: www.TheSalesBlog.comYoutube: www.Youtube.com/IannarinoFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/iannarinoTwitter: https://twitter.com/iannarinoGoogle Plus: https://plus.google.com/+SAnthonyIannarinoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iannarinoTweets you can use to share this episodeLeadership skills are seldom something you are born with. They have to be learned.Click To TweetSuccess is more like MMA than it is like boxing. Click To TweetSubscribe toIn the ArenaApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsAndroidby EmailRSSOr subscribe with your favorite app by using the address below Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

  • 10 days agoRafinha: I’d only leave Barcelona for Celta Vigo

    first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Rafinha: I’d only leave Barcelona for Celta Vigoby Carlos Volcano10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveRafinha Alcántara admits if he hadn’t joined Celta Vigo he would have stayed at Barcelona. The midfielder cut ties with Barca this past summer.”You have a phrase ‘from the heart’ which sums up what the players who have come feel for the club,” said Rafinha. “If it wasn’t for Celta I wouldn’t have left, I’d have stayed at Barcelona.”His father Mazinho played at Celta. “It’s something that you have from little, that you feel, you can’t explain it,” added Rafinha. last_img read more

  • Video: 4-Star WR Cordell Broadus, Snoop Dogg’s Son, Commits To UCLA

    first_imgCordell Broadus commits to UCLA on ESPNU, with his father Snoop Dogg with him.Snoop Dogg’s son will be a UCLA Bruin. Wednesday afternoon four-star wide receiver Cordell Broadus announced he has committed to UCLA. Snoop Dogg, of course, is a major USC fan and has often been seen on the Trojans’ sideline over the past 10-15 years. That USC fandom has come to an end, though, the father says. Broadus, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect out of Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nevada), was reportedly considering the Bruins, USC, Arizona State and Notre Dame. “We’re Bruins now.” -Snoop Dogg pic.twitter.com/3pbVh86qVD— Tyler Donohue (@TDsTake) February 4, 2015UCLA’s 2015 class ranks No. 9 in the country by 247 Sports’ Team Rankings.last_img read more

  • Most actively traded companies on the TSX

    first_imgSome of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,454.92, up 65.32 points):Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Down two cents, or 0.84 per cent, to $2.37 on 13.9 million shares.Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Oil and gas. Up 30 cents, or 2.19 per cent, to $13.99 on 6.9 million shares.Pengrowth Energy Corp. (TSX:PGF). Oil and gas. Up seven cents, or 6.60 per cent, to $1.13 on 6.2 million shares.Hydro One Ltd. Instalment Receipts (TSX:H.IR). Utilities. Down 10 cents, or 0.26 per cent, to $38.00 on 5.6 million shares.Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Oil and gas. Up one cents, or 0.08 per cent, to $12.45 on 4.7 million shares.Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Financial Services. Up 15 cents, or 0.61 per cent, to $24.59 on 4.5 million shares. The Toronto Transit Commission is suing Manulife for alleged negligence in connection with a benefits fraud scheme that first came to light three years ago. The TTC says it is seeking up to $5 million in reimbursement and damages. To date, 170 TTC employees have been dismissed or have resigned or retired to avoid dismissal, and 10 former employees are facing criminal charges for their part in the alleged fraud.Companies reporting major news:Eldorado Gold Corp. (TSX:ELD). Miner. Unchanged at $2.75 on 2.8 million shares. The Vancouver-based gold miner is temporarily postponing its decision to suspend work at its operations in northern Greece as it begins talks with the Greek government. It has been embroiled in a fight with the Greek government over its gold mining operations in the country. Eldorado accused the government of delaying key permits and licenses and threatened last week to suspend investment. Since then, the government has issued several permits and approved a key technical study for the closure of an old mine.National Bank of Canada (TSX:NA). Bank. Up 56 cents, or 0.97 per cent, to $58.37 on 1.8 million shares. The Montreal-based bank says a website error may have exposed the personal information of nearly 400 of its customers, including their names, birthdates, phone number and email address. National Bank says in a statement the problem related to an electronic form on its website and did not expose clients’ banking information, social insurance numbers or addresses.last_img read more

  • Patient with mental illness dragged out of hospital

    first_imgKolkata: A mentally-challenged patient was allegedly dragged out of the Bongaon Sub-Divisional Hospital on Sunday morning by some contractual employees and ayahs.It was also alleged that some of them poured water on the patient despite he was crying. Later, after intervention of police and the hospital authorities, the patient was allotted a bed at the hospital. According to sources, on Sunday morning, relatives of the patients admitted in the hospital, saw a youth was being dragged by some hospital employees and ayahs. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaWhen they tried to figure out what had happened, the accused hospital employees did not bothered to answer. The onlookers got agitated after a few ayahs poured water on the patient and dragged him out of the hospital. It allegedly that some of them kicked and assaulted him. A few relatives of the patients admitted in the hospital rushed to the hospital authorities and narrated the whole incident. The Bongaon police station was informed about the incident. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayWithin a few minutes, police officers arrived at the spot and got in touch with the hospital authorities. Later, after the intervention of hospital authorities, Rogi Kalyan Samiti and the police, the patient was shifted to a bed at the hospital. Though hospital authorities have not reacted to the incident, sources informed that an ayah has been suspended in this connection. Question arises how a hospital employee could do mistreat a patient. According to a source, an internal inquiry may soon be initiated in this regard. The youth was admitted few days ago by some local residents when they found him in bad shape. Till Sunday, his identity could not be established. According to sources, the police have circulated an all concerned message across the state along with description of the mentally-challenged youth and his photo to establish his identity.last_img read more