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Do Email Marketing Successfully

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E-mail was the only one out there during the initial phases in Internet history when the road was still being paved and we were looking for our way through the maze of what is the original World Wide Web.In the modern era email has gradually been replaced with Tweets, status updates, likes and image sharing apps. This absolutely does not indicate the attenuation of our affinity towards E-mail. Rather, amongst the chaos of numerous ways of interaction we can agree that email has become our virtual fortress of solitude.As a matter of fact, this has led to email marketing campaigns being more important than ever. As an entrepreneur, you can reach out to more potential customers as they don't tend to skip out on majority of posts and notifications contrary to social media. But the common problem is; most people don't know how to do it right. In the interest of implementing the best practices and succeeding as a business owner let's have a look at the essentials and delve into the topic from the ground up.
 
E-mail was the only one out there during the initial phases in Internet history when the road was still being paved and we were looking for our way through the maze of what is the original World Wide Web.In the modern era email has gradually been replaced with Tweets, status updates, likes and image sharing apps. This absolutely does not indicate the attenuation of our affinity towards E-mail. Rather, amongst the chaos of numerous ways of interaction we can agree that email has become our virtual fortress of solitude.As a matter of fact, this has led to email marketing campaigns being more important than ever. As an entrepreneur, you can reach out to more potential customers as they don't tend to skip out on majority of posts and notifications contrary to social media. But the common problem is; most people don't know how to do it right. In the interest of implementing the best practices and succeeding as a business owner let's have a look at the essentials and delve into the topic from the ground up.
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Learn Dutch

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*Dutch is a West Germanic language closely related to Afrikaans and to Low German, and more distantly related to Frisian, English, High German, and Yiddish.
 
*Dutch is a West Germanic language closely related to Afrikaans and to Low German, and more distantly related to Frisian, English, High German, and Yiddish.
 
*Dutch (Nederlands) is an official language of the Netherlands, Belgium (Flanders), Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, and Saint Maarten, three international institutions including the European Union, Benelux, and the Union of South American Nations, and is a regional minority language in north-western France (French Flanders).
 
*Dutch (Nederlands) is an official language of the Netherlands, Belgium (Flanders), Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, and Saint Maarten, three international institutions including the European Union, Benelux, and the Union of South American Nations, and is a regional minority language in north-western France (French Flanders).
*Flemish (Vlaams) is the Belgian variety of Dutch spoken throughout Flanders, but is not a separate language from Dutch. Both the Dutch and Flemings read and write the exact same language with minor differences in vocabulary, slang, grammar, and pronunciation, much akin to American versus British English. In addition, in Flemish, the spoken language contains a few grammatical differences from the written language, since the rules for the latter are imposed by The Dutch Language Union, which does not differentiate between Belgian Dutch and Dutch Dutch. This is why people in Flanders are learnt to write and read the 'official' Dutch in school, even though they never speak the way they write or read it (as opposed to people from the Netherlands). Note that these are just small differences of which the most important ones are the use of <i>gij<i> instead of <i>jij<i> for <i>you<i> and the use of <i>u<i> or <i>uw<i> instead of <i>jou<i> and <i>jouw<i> to express contribution and possession respectivally (in the Netherlands <i>u<i> and <i>uw<i> are considered formal, but in Flemish there is no differentiation so <i>u<i> and <i>uw<i> is used as both the formal and informal form). However, in practice it rarely leads to misunderstandings between people speaking Flemish and Dutch Dutch, since both sides are aware of the small differences.
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*Flemish (Vlaams) is the Belgian variety of Dutch spoken throughout Flanders, but is not a separate language from Dutch. Both the Dutch and Flemings read and write the exact same language with minor differences in vocabulary, slang, grammar, and pronunciation, much akin to American versus British English or Castilian versus Latin American Spanish. In addition, in Flemish, the spoken language contains a few grammatical differences from the written language, since the rules for the latter are imposed by The Dutch Language Union, which does not differentiate between Belgian Dutch and Dutch Dutch. This is why people in Flanders are learnt to write and read the 'official' Dutch in school, even though they never speak the way they write or read it (as opposed to people from the Netherlands). Note that these are just small differences of which the most important ones are the use of <i>gij<i> instead of <i>jij<i> for <i>you<i> and the use of <i>u<i> or <i>uw<i> instead of <i>jou<i> and <i>jouw<i> to express contribution and possession respectivally (in the Netherlands <i>u<i> and <i>uw<i> are considered formal, but in Flemish there is no differentiation so <i>u<i> and <i>uw<i> is used as both the formal and informal form). However, in practice it rarely leads to misunderstandings between people speaking Flemish and Dutch Dutch, since both sides are aware of the small differences.
  
 
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Join Doterra

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=== To become a Doterra rep read the simple enrollment instructions below ===
 
=== To become a Doterra rep read the simple enrollment instructions below ===
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Do Email Marketing Successfully

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E-mail was the only one out there during the initial phases in Internet history when the road was still being paved and we were looking for our way through the maze of what is the original World Wide Web.In the modern era email has gradually been replaced with Tweets, status updates, likes and image sharing apps. This absolutely does not indicate the attenuation of our affinity towards E-mail. Rather, amongst the chaos of numerous ways of interaction we can agree that email has become our virtual fortress of solitude.As a matter of fact, this has led to email marketing campaigns being more important than ever. As an entrepreneur, you can reach out to more potential customers as they don't tend to skip out on majority of posts and notifications contrary to social media. But the common problem is; most people don't know how to do it right. In the interest of implementing the best practices and succeeding as a business owner let's have a look at the essentials and delve into the topic from the ground up.

== Steps ==
# Acquiring the permission and growing the mailing listFirst, we'll need to turn  our center of attention on building an ample emailing list. There are various approaches to this, some prefer giving away stuff for free while others tend to offer product updates and newsletters. No one method can be judged as the ultimate but it's important to have a clear purpose when asking for an address. Address to the following things for maximum success:
#* How often will you email me?
#* Will I get discounts?
#* What do I get if I give my email address?
#* Will I get access at your beta?
#* Are you going to spam me? Simply "register your email with us for updates" will not get anyone hyped enough to do it. Share specifics and they might.
# Getting whitelisted It doesn't matter which reputable email service provider you are using, it can't be decided in advance if your email will hit the inbox or the spam folder. If you have existing leads you can use some popular mail servers like: Ñ      AWeber Ñ      MailChimp Ñ      Campaign monitor, etc. Essentially, getting whitelisted is equivalent to being added as a friend. This can easily be achieved by providing instructions to the person for adding you in contacts, especially in the thank you and welcome mails.
# Consistency is the key here As the mere name suggests, "consistency" pays. If your call-to-action is sturdy and you constantly take action and follow up with every response there are high chances of a positive campaign. For example, if you promise to send one email per week and instead send an email everyday it is highly likely the response will be negative. On the other hand, if you promise to send updates daily and send one per week they are bound to get disappointed. The initial follow up should be sent to introduce yourself. It is preferred to be long winded and detailed in this case rather than be hasty and unobtrusive. To be concise, the mantra is 'live up to the expectations'.
# Time matters Since the habit of pitching is going to be a matter of daily chores, try thinking from the reader's point of view. Putting yourself in the reader's shoes helps you determine sending them customized offers based on their buying habits. Moreover, select a preferred time of the day which you think is apt to pitch yourself, therefore, Sending blind offers might cost you the permission to keep doing so.
# What's inside the newsletter You should know the difference between a good and a bad news letter. As per my opinion the most compelling newsletters are those who can best do the mix and match between news and updates. Maintaining the perfect balance between  a personal approach and a professional conveyance hits the right spot of appeal.
# Using an autoresponder Being a marketer myself, the most common issue I run into is that I forget to talk to people until I have something to sell. By the sound of it you can guess that it's not ideal. This is where an autoresponder comes to your rescue. You can schedule content to be sent consistently over a period of several months. The greatest advantage of this is that when you actually sent an email pitching a product for sale its taken positively. As you have already been in touch constantly and built a relationship over that period of time with great tips, content, strategies, offers i.e., whatever you choose to send them with.
# Analytics of the data The importance of analytics in any field cannot be stressed enough. The majority of the service providers tend to provide you with complimentary analytics, saving you the trouble. The most important points to keep in mind are Open Rate, Click Through Rate (CTR), and unsubscribes. The Open rate signifies the extent of how well the relationship has been built so far. Low rates indicate that people delete upon receipt and you need to work more on the value and manage expectations. Low CTR means your messages are not targeted enough for the reader or simply not going through. Turn your focus to better the content so that it appeals to the customer. High unsubscription rates in comparison to opt-in rates signify that you need to significantly up your methods of building relationships and add value to your content.
# ROI Return on investment (ROI) is a prime factor that should be taken into consideration while investing in email marketing campaigns. This can simply be calculated by the following formula: ROI=    (Gain from Investment – Cost of Investment) Cost of Investment According to the latest statistics for every dollar spent the ROI on email marketing is $55.23 on an average. Hence, if its done right it is sure to return you with exorbitant rates.
# Segmentation In case you are not familiar with the term "segmentation", it denotes the process of categorizing your email list into targeted groups for effective approach. In dividing the list into the following groups: ·        Newsletter ·        Product Updates ·        Daily email list ·        Customer list You enable yourself the ability to send more targeted communication. Some customer only wants to be notified by newsletter, some only for product updates and some want a combination of specific categories. This is where segmentation saves you hours of sorting and lets you communicate to your readers and customers in  a hassle free manner. It isn't some rocket science, but the simple implication of this process  makes you stand out if done right.
# Value of your list Some advanced techniques such as measuring the cost of lead acquisition can be taken into consideration for ascertaining the value of the list. On a simpler note  email is one of the most valuable resources, and if this resource is dealt with proficiency, the fee for doing so will pay for itself. Furthermore, if you are successful in building a huge database of such readers and customers, you can sell this leads to associated firms and concerns. It will generate a constant revenue as this list is filtered data.

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Become a Fashion Designer

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Welcome to Dulwich Taxis, your leading private hire taxi company. We are the best because we are the professional and have a complete market knowledge. To get a quote or make a taxi booking use our fast and efficient online system powered by Click-4-Cab.

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Here are some simple instructions on how to join Doterra essential oils and receive a free webshop, back office and training

== Steps ==
=== What is Doterra? ===
# Doterra was formed in 2008 and offers a range of products ranging from therapeutic grade essential oils to Doterra oil infused toothpaste and supplements Their are sold on a philosophy of natural living by Doterra distributor that speaks very loudly to millions of people around the world.

=== What are Doterra essential oils? ===
# Doterra essential oils are natural compounds found in various parts of plants, which give plants not only their fragrance but also their immunity, which is the root of their wellness capabilities for humans.

=== Where does Doterra operate? ===
# Doterra oils have a massive impact on our wellness and overall health. In the MLM industry, they are the only game in town.There are only a few companies doing as well and creating great earnings for the Doterra consultant who want to work just a few hours a week.Doterra products are perfectly timed with an international market that's hungry for natural wellness products, that are high quality, safe, and pure.

=== If you choose the 35$ basic Doterra distributor business package you will get: ===
#* A new, stable and reliable opportunity that was Founded in 2008
#* A company that is debt free company with no outside funding
#* The possibility to gain unlimited earning potential
#* A company that has a high retention rate of over 65% which is one of the highest in the industry
#* Considering these products are not sold in the local supermarket as a Doterra distributor you will be the main method and outlet for product sales
#* As a Doterra Wellness Advocates (Doterra distributor) you will get 25% off all Doterra Products
#* In addition a Doterra Wellness Advocates receives a Free webshop to market your Doterra business and a Free back office to manage your Doterra business
#* There is No monthly fee once you have paid your enrollment fee of 35$ however if you purchase a product enrollment kit the enrollment fee is wavered. Click here to browse the product enrollment kits.
#* Finally, you are able to sponsor new distributors and receive bonuses on their sales and of course if they sponsor someone, from their sales also.
#* Plus, you get support and experience of your sponsor, which is me.

=== To become a Doterra rep read the simple enrollment instructions below ===
#* Click here to be directed to the Doterra distributor enrollment page!
#* Next choose the your language and country
#* Choose "Wholesale customer" and click continue
#* Fill in your details
#* Enroller ID and Sponsor ID is: 930175
#* Choose your kit (there are many prices available, the basic business package is only 35$ , however if you purchase one of the larger kits you don't pay the 35$ startup cost)
#* All packages includes a free webshop, back office and no monthly fee
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# Making the decision to become a Doterra rep will be one of the best decision you will ever make, so make your choice today!

Make A Extremely Deadly Slingshot

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Behave at Work

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Crochet a Granny Square

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=== Getting the Best Supplies===
 
#Choose a color scheme. Yarn, of course, comes in a wide variety of colors. Which colors you choose vastly changes how your final blanket, pillow, or other creation will look. Carefully choose your colors to get the effect you want.[[Image:Crochet a Granny Square Step 1 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Choose a color scheme. Yarn, of course, comes in a wide variety of colors. Which colors you choose vastly changes how your final blanket, pillow, or other creation will look. Carefully choose your colors to get the effect you want.[[Image:Crochet a Granny Square Step 1 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*Get the "gypsy" look by pairing red, dark purple, pink, yellow, bright blue and spring green.
 
#*Get the "gypsy" look by pairing red, dark purple, pink, yellow, bright blue and spring green.
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#*Get a classic American look by combining, white, red, blue, and pale yellow.
 
#*Get a classic American look by combining, white, red, blue, and pale yellow.
 
#*If you don't want the granny square look but you want to still use the method to get a fast blanket, use only two colors (white and blue, for example) to create a more subtle look.
 
#*If you don't want the granny square look but you want to still use the method to get a fast blanket, use only two colors (white and blue, for example) to create a more subtle look.

Get Rid of a Stalker

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Applebee’s Nutrition Supplements

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Do you know about Applebee's Nutrition Supplements? Follow applebeesnutrition.net for interesting facts about Applebee's Nutrition.
 
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Be a Good Rabbi

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Be a Good Neighbour

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# [[Introduce Yourself|Introduce yourself]]. Whether you're new in the neighborhood or new residents have just moved in on your block, introduce yourself. [[Say Hello in Different Languages|Say hello]], offer a [[Select the Right Gift|welcoming gift]] (the classic homemade pie never fails) and share or ask about the local area: "Where's the nearest pizzeria?" or "The garbage truck comes by on Tuesdays and Fridays, usually around 10 in the morning, but sometimes he sneaks in at 8."[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#  Consider your neighbors' lifestyle. Get to know your neighbours--what they do for a living, what their schedules might be like, and so on. Sometimes, you can remedy problems before they even start; for example, if they work nights, quiet mornings will be important for them. If they have young children, quiet evenings will be very important to them. Similarly, give them information that'll help ''them'' be more considerate of your lifestyle. If you do a lot of yard work, or if your teenage son plays the drums, let them know in advance and mention that if it's getting too loud, they shouldn't hesitate to let you know.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Be aware of shared walls. If you're in a terrace, condominium, semi-detached house or any structure where you and your neighbors share adjacent living spaces, position noisy household appliances such as washing machines and tumble dryers - even TVs and speakers - away from partition walls. If you live above someone, consider putting linoleum or rubber matting underneath your appliances to deaden or muffle the noise, and remember that someone downstairs can hear you walking around (so minimize how often you wear high heels indoors, for example).[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Control your dog. Keep your dog on a [[Train an Older Dog to Walk Calmly on a Leash|leash]] if it has a habit of running rampant on your neighbors' lawns, especially if they have a cat or a dog of their own, and make sure to clean up after it. If you have a particularly noisy dog, this may also become a source of contention for your neighbor. Put yourself in their shoes and imagine how upset you'd be if you or perhaps your newborn was woken from a much-needed nap by the sudden yapping of a nearby dog. If you have problems controlling your dog's barking or whining, consider seeking advice from your local vet or a local animal organisation.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Practice [[Find a Legal Parking Space|parking]] etiquette. When you [[Parallel Park|park]] your vehicle, be sure not to block anyone's access, or make them have to pull out of a ''very'' tight spot. Don't over-rev the engine of your car or motorcycle early in the morning or late at night. Park in front of your home, not theirs. Avoid slamming your doors or shining your headlights into your neighbor's windows late at night.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
# Alert your neighbor to parties. If you're [[Plan a Party|planning a party]], be sure to give your neighbours plenty of warning, letting them know when it's going to start and how long you expect it to go on. Leave them a telephone number to contact if they need to ask you to turn it down. If you get on well with your neighbours, why not invite them too? When it comes to the party itself, stick to your agreed arrangements and ask your guests to be considerate when leaving.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
# Keep your yard and garden tidy. Weed your garden regularly, because the presence of weeds in your yard is not only unsightly but can also spread to your neighbor's yard. Mow your lawn regularly and keep your flowers, trees and bushes trimmed appropriately. Put equipment away as soon as you're finished with it. Ask if your neighbor has chemical sensitivities, small children or pets before applying pesticides.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
# Control your bonfire, [[Build a Temporary Brick Barbecue|barbecue]] or [[Build a Backyard Firepit|backyard fire]]. Position it where the smoke and smell will least likely blow onto your neighbor's property. As with parties, notify them in advance of your intentions, since they might have been planning to dry their clothes outside on that very same day![[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 8.jpg|center]]
 
# Put rubbish/garbage out on the right day. Only put your rubbish/garbage out on the day it's due for collection. If you accidentally miss the collection, bring it back onto your property immediately and try to contain it well. Garbage can attract vermin, insects, and other pests, and is also unsightly. Keep your trash area clean and debris free.  Wash your garbage cans if they begin to smell. [[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 9.jpg|center]]
 
#  [[Communicate Effectively|Communicate]] with your neighbor. Above all, touch base with your neighbors regularly and keep them in the loop. Remember the golden rule and if anything you are planning to do may affect them, minimize it and let them know in advance. Keep the channels of communication open by reminding them that if you're doing anything which disturbs them, they should feel comfortable approaching you about it.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
# Be aware of your surroundings, as well as theirs.  Even if you're not in a "neighborhood watch" community, keep your eye on anyone you don't know acting suspiciously around your neighbor's property. When in doubt, call the police so they can quickly curtail any criminal activity.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 11.jpg|center]]
 
# Invite them to contribute to your garage sales, have them over for tea, or offer to babysit their kids/pets while they're away.  They'll do the same for yghfddfou.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 12.jpg|center]]
 
# If you hear of any neighborhood news (events, crimes, special garbage pickups, special event parking restrictions, etc.) give them a heads-up by e-mail.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 13.jpg|center]]
 
# If you have a snow blower and they don't, spend that extra 60 seconds to clear their walkway.  It will save them 60 minutes of hard work and they'll be grateful![[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 14.jpg|center]]fvdfgdfgdgdrfgdfgvdghfyjhfgghffjhfhrfkyikyuyyhrfyjrhddg
 
#Be nice to your new neighbors. When someone new is moving next to you,welcome them.They will be thankful to you for a jug of lemonade.[[Image:Be a Good Neighbour Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
 
 
== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*Send them a bouquet of flowers, invite them over for dinner, offer to babysit or petsit, something like that. They will be very happy
 
*Send them a bouquet of flowers, invite them over for dinner, offer to babysit or petsit, something like that. They will be very happy

Respond when Someone Calls You a "Racist"

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== Warnings ==
 
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*Don't be defensive. That means don't deny the person who accuses you of racism or retaliate by calling them out for similar inequitable behavior. This will only cause them to become angrier.
 
*Don't criticize the tone of the person who called you a racist. This will not go well. If someone made a joke pertaining to aspects of your identity, it comes at expense of your identity and the people who look like you. Understandably, they'd be mad. Don't expect them to put it nicely.
 
*Don't criticize the tone of the person who called you a racist. This will not go well. If someone made a joke pertaining to aspects of your identity, it comes at expense of your identity and the people who look like you. Understandably, they'd be mad. Don't expect them to put it nicely.
*Don't be defensive. That means don't deny the person who accuses you of racism or retaliate by calling them out for similar inequitable behavior. This will only cause them to become angrier.
 
  
 
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Make Almond Flour or Meal

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*To get the best results out of the almonds, try sieving the mixture. Remove any non-grinded bits and re-pulse until grainy.
 
*Avoid blending it too long or else you may get a paste-like butter.
 
*Avoid blending it too long or else you may get a paste-like butter.
*To get the best results out of the almonds, try sieving the mixture. Remove any non-grinded bits and re-pulse until grainy.
 
  
 
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Write a Press Release

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
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*When emailing a press release, do not make the subject line of your email "press release." You will only blend into the crowd. Get the editor's attention by making the subject line your "grabber" headline, for example, "Brand Co. wins $30 billion government contract."
 
*Always remember that many editing teams are overworked and understaffed. If you can make life easier for them, you're more likely to get coverage. If you write a press release that's close to the way the editor will actually publish it, it may see publication with minimal editing. But if you fill it with fluffy advertising copy, don't use proper AP style, etc., the editor will surely delete this kind of fluff. Everybody says they're the leader. Don't waste the editor's time. The place to put a description is in the company information section of the release. But keep it accurate and factual.
 
*Always remember that many editing teams are overworked and understaffed. If you can make life easier for them, you're more likely to get coverage. If you write a press release that's close to the way the editor will actually publish it, it may see publication with minimal editing. But if you fill it with fluffy advertising copy, don't use proper AP style, etc., the editor will surely delete this kind of fluff. Everybody says they're the leader. Don't waste the editor's time. The place to put a description is in the company information section of the release. But keep it accurate and factual.
 
*Always include a quote—–ideally from the lead individual involved in the subject matter of the release. The text need not be an actual quote but it should be plausible. Either way, it is essential to check that the person being quoted is happy with it. A quote allows a busy journalist to prepare a complete article without doing a follow-up interview.
 
*Always include a quote—–ideally from the lead individual involved in the subject matter of the release. The text need not be an actual quote but it should be plausible. Either way, it is essential to check that the person being quoted is happy with it. A quote allows a busy journalist to prepare a complete article without doing a follow-up interview.
 
*Articles should be as up-beat and positive as possible. Avoid phrases like "following the resignation of the previous chairman" or "after a period of inactivity." A journalist could decide to investigate those matters instead of reporting what is in the press release and—–even if the circumstances were completely innocuous, for instance if the chairman had resigned due to ill health—–the resulting copy might not be to your liking.
 
*Articles should be as up-beat and positive as possible. Avoid phrases like "following the resignation of the previous chairman" or "after a period of inactivity." A journalist could decide to investigate those matters instead of reporting what is in the press release and—–even if the circumstances were completely innocuous, for instance if the chairman had resigned due to ill health—–the resulting copy might not be to your liking.
 
*Do not include other people's contact details without getting their agreement. In addition, they must be available at all reasonable hours in the days following the release.
 
*Do not include other people's contact details without getting their agreement. In addition, they must be available at all reasonable hours in the days following the release.
*When emailing a press release, do not make the subject line of your email "press release." You will only blend into the crowd. Get the editor's attention by making the subject line your "grabber" headline, for example, "Brand Co. wins $30 billion government contract."
 
  
 
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Treat an Infant Cold

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*Reduce exposure to germs by instructing family and friends to wash their hands before picking up your baby. Request that sick children and adults postpone their visits until after they recover and are no longer contagious.
 
*Reduce exposure to germs by instructing family and friends to wash their hands before picking up your baby. Request that sick children and adults postpone their visits until after they recover and are no longer contagious.
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
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*Call your doctor your baby starts rubbing at his or her ear or cries when sucking during a feeding. These symptoms could be caused by an ear infection.
 
*Never give your baby aspirin. When given to individuals 18 months old or younger, aspirin can trigger a rare condition known as Reye's syndrome. This condition can prove fatal.
 
*Never give your baby aspirin. When given to individuals 18 months old or younger, aspirin can trigger a rare condition known as Reye's syndrome. This condition can prove fatal.
 
*If your baby has a worsening cough, rapid breathing, wheezing, or gasping, seek medical attention immediately. These symptoms could be indicative of pneumonia or respiratory syncytial virus.
 
*If your baby has a worsening cough, rapid breathing, wheezing, or gasping, seek medical attention immediately. These symptoms could be indicative of pneumonia or respiratory syncytial virus.
*Call your doctor your baby starts rubbing at his or her ear or cries when sucking during a feeding. These symptoms could be caused by an ear infection.
 
 
*If your baby's eyes look particularly goopy or teary, let your doctor know. These eye troubles could be indicative of pinkeye.
 
*If your baby's eyes look particularly goopy or teary, let your doctor know. These eye troubles could be indicative of pinkeye.
 
*Call your doctor if your baby has a fever that lasts more than two days, displays extreme fussiness, or demonstratives a significant change in sleep or feeding habits. If he or she takes a turn for the worse after five to seven days, or if your baby's symptoms last for two weeks or longer, you should also call the doctor.
 
*Call your doctor if your baby has a fever that lasts more than two days, displays extreme fussiness, or demonstratives a significant change in sleep or feeding habits. If he or she takes a turn for the worse after five to seven days, or if your baby's symptoms last for two weeks or longer, you should also call the doctor.

Ride a Bicycle

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*Keep your arms relaxed as you learn to balance.  The design of the bike makes it want to balance by itself as long as you don't interfere with it too much.  (This is the reason why some people can ride with no hands.)
 
*Keep your arms relaxed as you learn to balance.  The design of the bike makes it want to balance by itself as long as you don't interfere with it too much.  (This is the reason why some people can ride with no hands.)
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*Don't worry if you take some time to get used to the motion and balance. Keep working, because it is an essential process.
 
* Be careful don't rush and don't give up if you fall! Be confident!
 
* Be careful don't rush and don't give up if you fall! Be confident!
*Don't worry if you take some time to get used to the motion and balance. Keep working, because it is an essential process.
 
 
*Be patient and don't be afraid of falling down from the bike. It helps to 'become friends' with the bike (as in, to trust it and go slow at first).
 
*Be patient and don't be afraid of falling down from the bike. It helps to 'become friends' with the bike (as in, to trust it and go slow at first).
 
*Riding your bike is like living your life: '''you will (subconsciously) head toward whatever you're looking at''' (rough patch vs. smooth path), so you are best off looking ahead consciously deciding your way. (If you look towards a ditch or curb, you will go there or close to it.) It's good to check your stress level as you approach challenges and know that you have already decided to go for the task, so you might as well relax, breathe, and enjoy it all.
 
*Riding your bike is like living your life: '''you will (subconsciously) head toward whatever you're looking at''' (rough patch vs. smooth path), so you are best off looking ahead consciously deciding your way. (If you look towards a ditch or curb, you will go there or close to it.) It's good to check your stress level as you approach challenges and know that you have already decided to go for the task, so you might as well relax, breathe, and enjoy it all.
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* Have a parent or other adult supervise and help you if you need it.
 
* Have a parent or other adult supervise and help you if you need it.
 
* Don't rush! Start out slow if it's your first time. Then, gradually get faster and faster as you get more confident with the bike.
 
* Don't rush! Start out slow if it's your first time. Then, gradually get faster and faster as you get more confident with the bike.
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*You can also wear a protective cup if you want.
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* Balance your bottom on the seat, put your feet on the pedals, and push down one foot at a time. If it's your first try, don't go too fast.
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*Look for a bicycle rulebook or manual or similar in your local multipurpose store, bike shop or municipal authority. Such a manual should contain helpful tips for safe road riding and for [[Perform a Daily Bike Safety and Maintenance Check|bike maintenance]].
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* Take the pedals and push the bike along with your feet,once you got your balance properly put the pedals back on and start riding.
 
* If your child or you are starting to ride a bicycle make sure it's a good size. Make sure it's a safe bicycle!
 
* If your child or you are starting to ride a bicycle make sure it's a good size. Make sure it's a safe bicycle!
 
*If you cannot get a hold of a helmet/gloves, it might be best to practice on grass, first, rather than pavement. Note that, in some places, if you ride a bike on pavement, its '''a law''' to wear a helmet while doing so.
 
*If you cannot get a hold of a helmet/gloves, it might be best to practice on grass, first, rather than pavement. Note that, in some places, if you ride a bike on pavement, its '''a law''' to wear a helmet while doing so.
*Look for a bicycle rulebook or manual or similar in your local multipurpose store, bike shop or municipal authority. Such a manual should contain helpful tips for safe road riding and for [[Perform a Daily Bike Safety and Maintenance Check|bike maintenance]].
 
* Balance your bottom on the seat, put your feet on the pedals, and push down one foot at a time. If it's your first try, don't go too fast.
 
*You can also wear a protective cup if you want.
 
 
* When teaching a child, start with a bike with the smallest wheels available (such as a 9" Barbie bike), add a few older siblings or friends having fun on their bikes, and finally, turn your back and come back a little later.  The 'magic' of riding is so easy to learn on such small wheels and they won't be hurt in a fall.
 
* When teaching a child, start with a bike with the smallest wheels available (such as a 9" Barbie bike), add a few older siblings or friends having fun on their bikes, and finally, turn your back and come back a little later.  The 'magic' of riding is so easy to learn on such small wheels and they won't be hurt in a fall.
* Take the pedals and push the bike along with your feet,once you got your balance properly put the pedals back on and start riding.
 
 
* Start out on grass until you feel confident enough to try it on concrete.
 
* Start out on grass until you feel confident enough to try it on concrete.
 
* Make sure you have working brakes and you wear a helmet at all times!
 
* Make sure you have working brakes and you wear a helmet at all times!
 
*Always wear safety gears like helmets, kneepads, etc... even if you are an expert rider. You might fall and get a bone fracture!
 
*Always wear safety gears like helmets, kneepads, etc... even if you are an expert rider. You might fall and get a bone fracture!
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*Riding a bike with gears is harder than riding one with none, especially for beginners. Just remember that a lower gear like 1 or 2 will make you do less effort, at the expense of you going slower. 1 or 2 is recommended for uphill and straight riding. A higher gear like 5, 8 or even 10 depending on the bike is usually best for downhill or experienced riders because although pedaling is much harder, more speed will come out of one cycle. This is ideal for downhill.
 
*Once you learn to ride a bike, you will never completely forget how to ride it.
 
*Once you learn to ride a bike, you will never completely forget how to ride it.
*Riding a bike with gears is harder than riding one with none, especially for beginners. Just remember that a lower gear like 1 or 2 will make you do less effort, at the expense of you going slower. 1 or 2 is recommended for uphill and straight riding. A higher gear like 5, 8 or even 10 depending on the bike is usually best for downhill or experienced riders because although pedaling is much harder, more speed will come out of one cycle. This is ideal for downhill.
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*Do not assume the intention of other road users; always assume you are the most reasonable road user at the moment by acting responsibly and watching out for others, including other cyclists.
 
*Find a safe open area to practice on away from traffic. School yards, soccer fields, football fields or a garden and empty parking lots are decent places to practice.
 
*Find a safe open area to practice on away from traffic. School yards, soccer fields, football fields or a garden and empty parking lots are decent places to practice.
*Do not assume the intention of other road users; always assume you are the most reasonable road user at the moment by acting responsibly and watching out for others, including other cyclists.
 
 
*Training wheels can help you get the "feel" of riding a bike. Just don't rely on them too much.
 
*Training wheels can help you get the "feel" of riding a bike. Just don't rely on them too much.
 
*The bicycle seat should be in a low position for learning only, once you can ride, it should be raised to avoid strain on your knees.  You legs should be almost fully extended on the down stroke.
 
*The bicycle seat should be in a low position for learning only, once you can ride, it should be raised to avoid strain on your knees.  You legs should be almost fully extended on the down stroke.
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*Be careful when mounting a bicycle designed for males, as it has a bar that you'll have to step over. A female styled bike is recommended.
 
*Teach your kids and/or friends about the dangers of speeding as well as the basic traffic signs and signals.
 
*Teach your kids and/or friends about the dangers of speeding as well as the basic traffic signs and signals.
*Don't ride in traffic if you don't know how to: 1) keep your bike consistently within {{convert|3|ft|m|1}} of the edge of the road (unless you are on a multi lane road the you should be in the centre of the correct lane); 2) make hand signals; 3) quickly look behind yourself while pedaling so you can assess upcoming traffic.
 
 
*In some areas, there is a minimum age for driving in the same lane as a motor vehicle. Usually it is something like 12 or 13, up to maybe 17.
 
*In some areas, there is a minimum age for driving in the same lane as a motor vehicle. Usually it is something like 12 or 13, up to maybe 17.
 
*Before you ride in traffic, learn more about cycling and the rules of the road. Remember that a bicycle is a legal vehicle and '''always ride with the traffic, not against it'''. Even if you are on a sidewalk, ride with the traffic.  This is because a car turning across the traffic often will not check for traffic going in the opposite direction, including your bicycle.
 
*Before you ride in traffic, learn more about cycling and the rules of the road. Remember that a bicycle is a legal vehicle and '''always ride with the traffic, not against it'''. Even if you are on a sidewalk, ride with the traffic.  This is because a car turning across the traffic often will not check for traffic going in the opposite direction, including your bicycle.
 
*Be on alert when you ride a bike and watch out for traffic.
 
*Be on alert when you ride a bike and watch out for traffic.
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*Don't ride in traffic if you don't know how to: 1) keep your bike consistently within {{convert|3|ft|m|1}} of the edge of the road (unless you are on a multi lane road the you should be in the centre of the correct lane); 2) make hand signals; 3) quickly look behind yourself while pedaling so you can assess upcoming traffic.
 
*Elbowpads and kneepads are recommended for learners.
 
*Elbowpads and kneepads are recommended for learners.
*Be careful when mounting a bicycle designed for males, as it has a bar that you'll have to step over. A female styled bike is recommended.
 
 
*'''Always wear a helmet.''' In the event of an accident, a helmet could mean the difference between living and dying. The one time you forget to wear a helmet could be the one time you get in an accident. In fact, riders without helmets are 14 times more likely to be in a fatal crash than their helmeted counterparts. In some countries (as well as a number of states in the US), riding without a helmet is illegal. Again, when riding a bicycle, ''always'' remember to '''wear a helmet!'''
 
*'''Always wear a helmet.''' In the event of an accident, a helmet could mean the difference between living and dying. The one time you forget to wear a helmet could be the one time you get in an accident. In fact, riders without helmets are 14 times more likely to be in a fatal crash than their helmeted counterparts. In some countries (as well as a number of states in the US), riding without a helmet is illegal. Again, when riding a bicycle, ''always'' remember to '''wear a helmet!'''
  

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Be a Scene Kid Without Seeming Fake

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*There are lots of sites for alternative or scene people, that are for people to make new scene friends, but those sites also have lots of emo-haters and scene-haters. Watch out.
 
*There are lots of sites for alternative or scene people, that are for people to make new scene friends, but those sites also have lots of emo-haters and scene-haters. Watch out.
 
*People might still call you a poser, but if you do these steps correctly and don't go overboard, they're obviously just jealous.
 
*People might still call you a poser, but if you do these steps correctly and don't go overboard, they're obviously just jealous.
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*People will think you're emo sometimes.
 
*Never be mean to any other scene kid unless they're being rude to you.
 
*Never be mean to any other scene kid unless they're being rude to you.
*People will think you're emo sometimes.
 
 
*If bullying becomes a serious problem, tell your parents or ask to be home schooled if it's really bothering you.
 
*If bullying becomes a serious problem, tell your parents or ask to be home schooled if it's really bothering you.
 
*With being loved means being hated, people will give you dirty looks. Don't mind them. Try to say "Um.. Hi?" or " Do you need help with anything?", if they're really bothering you. If you don't wanna say anything, just walk away. That's the best thing to do.
 
*With being loved means being hated, people will give you dirty looks. Don't mind them. Try to say "Um.. Hi?" or " Do you need help with anything?", if they're really bothering you. If you don't wanna say anything, just walk away. That's the best thing to do.

Keep the House Clean All the Time

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* If you have children, tidy your room, and only your room. Let the children tidy their rooms to show that everyone has a part to play. Let everyone be responsible for themselves - for their own personal growth and to avoid them growing a sense that somebody else will take care of their needs.
 
* If you have children, tidy your room, and only your room. Let the children tidy their rooms to show that everyone has a part to play. Let everyone be responsible for themselves - for their own personal growth and to avoid them growing a sense that somebody else will take care of their needs.
 
* Try to stay on top of everything in your household. Although this can be difficult for working people, it pays off in the long run.
 
* Try to stay on top of everything in your household. Although this can be difficult for working people, it pays off in the long run.
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* Have a positive attitude when it comes to persuading your family to stay tidy as well.
 
* If you live alone, things should be easier, as nobody else is moving things around on you. All the same, seek to stay on top of the cleaning with a regular routine. Avoid too many "I'll do it later" excuses as the mess soon builds up.
 
* If you live alone, things should be easier, as nobody else is moving things around on you. All the same, seek to stay on top of the cleaning with a regular routine. Avoid too many "I'll do it later" excuses as the mess soon builds up.
* Have a positive attitude when it comes to persuading your family to stay tidy as well.
 
 
* Clean rooms one at a time before you move over to the next one.
 
* Clean rooms one at a time before you move over to the next one.
  

Be a Good Neighbour

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{{fa}}Being on bad terms with your neighbour can make your life frustrating, day after day. But taking the time to establish good terms with your neighbours has numerous benefits. The community will be friendlier, the neighbourhood safer, and the area a nicer and more comfortable place to live.efafadwajhdjdww
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{{fa}}Being on bad terms with your neighbour can make your life frustrating, day after day. But taking the time to establish good terms with your neighbours has numerous benefits. The community will be friendlier, the neighbourhood safer, and the area a nicer and more comfortable yumyumyum.efafadwajhdjdww
 
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Stop Swearing

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
*Little by little does the job. Tell yourself not to say the words that you have been just using, and use other, less offensive words, and then you will stop swearing pretty quickly, although this works differently on different people.
 
 
* Your attitude usually changes when you are with friends/family/workmates that swear. If you are young and your parents don't like you swearing pretend they are within earshot or are with you.
 
* Your attitude usually changes when you are with friends/family/workmates that swear. If you are young and your parents don't like you swearing pretend they are within earshot or are with you.
 
*If your swearing habit is so bad that you don't even realize when you swear, ask a friend to tell you when you swear or put a voice recognition program on your computer that will notify you (and possibly delete one of your favorite songs, or lock it for a week) when you swear.
 
*If your swearing habit is so bad that you don't even realize when you swear, ask a friend to tell you when you swear or put a voice recognition program on your computer that will notify you (and possibly delete one of your favorite songs, or lock it for a week) when you swear.
 
*If you want to swear because something has upset you, count to 10 and take really deep breaths. In the time you do this, the moment will pass.
 
*If you want to swear because something has upset you, count to 10 and take really deep breaths. In the time you do this, the moment will pass.
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*Little by little does the job. Tell yourself not to say the words that you have been just using, and use other, less offensive words, and then you will stop swearing pretty quickly, although this works differently on different people.
 
* Take a step back from the object of your negative emotion, take a deep breath and count to ten. If necessary, close your mouth- which may involve the use of your index finger and thumb.
 
* Take a step back from the object of your negative emotion, take a deep breath and count to ten. If necessary, close your mouth- which may involve the use of your index finger and thumb.
 
* Try to take a break at the reason of you cussing until you calm down.
 
* Try to take a break at the reason of you cussing until you calm down.

Learn About Babies

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*Learn all you can before the baby is born. The more prepared you are, the easier it will be.
 
*Learn all you can before the baby is born. The more prepared you are, the easier it will be.
 
*Don't be afraid to ask for advice. Taking care of a baby is hard, but there are many others who have done it successfully before.
 
*Don't be afraid to ask for advice. Taking care of a baby is hard, but there are many others who have done it successfully before.
*Make sure that the information you are researching comes from a sound source and is backed by scientific research.  
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*Make sure that the information you are researching comes from a sound source and is backed by scientific research.
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==Warnings==
 
==Warnings==
 
*Never shake a baby, or you risk injuring them permanently.  
 
*Never shake a baby, or you risk injuring them permanently.  

Live a Long Life on Animal Jam

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
* Be careful in the forest because there are tough predators that could hurt, eat, or kill you!
 
 
* Watch out for mean siblings, bad pets, or rude parents!
 
* Watch out for mean siblings, bad pets, or rude parents!
 
* If you're the grandparent or older stay home most of the time.
 
* If you're the grandparent or older stay home most of the time.
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* Stay out of dangerous places so you stay safe.
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* Don't watch the Simpsons if you're not a teen or older because you might learn bad things from it. This goes for things related to the Simpsons too.
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* Don't go too overboard with the dying process because it's a kid's game. Rather than saying blood say red jam or something like that.
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* Be careful in the forest because there are tough predators that could hurt, eat, or kill you!
 
*Don't go to anywhere if your grounded! You could get grounded even longer!
 
*Don't go to anywhere if your grounded! You could get grounded even longer!
* If you are abused say stop to him or her.
 
* Stay out of dangerous places so you stay safe.
 
 
* Do not get the milk things or  there is a big chance that you will get reported and maybe banned.
 
* Do not get the milk things or  there is a big chance that you will get reported and maybe banned.
* Don't go too overboard with the dying process because it's a kid's game. Rather than saying blood say red jam or something like that.
 
* Don't watch the Simpsons if you're not a teen or older because you might learn bad things from it. This goes for things related to the Simpsons too.
 
 
* Don't bake cookies and "accidentally" burn the house down. It's annoying.
 
* Don't bake cookies and "accidentally" burn the house down. It's annoying.
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* Don't be a potty mouth in public because really, some people like potty words and think they are funny, others think they are sick.
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* If you are abused say stop to him or her.
 
* If you are a baby, don't throw diapers at people, but you can go poop in one.
 
* If you are a baby, don't throw diapers at people, but you can go poop in one.
* Don't be a potty mouth in public because really, some people like potty words and think they are funny, others think they are sick.
 
 
* If your kids are bad then send them back.
 
* If your kids are bad then send them back.
  
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
*[[Adopt a Baby on Animal Jam]]
 
*[[Adopt a Baby on Animal Jam]]

Start a Charter School

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*Charter schools are similar to public schools in that they are tuition-free. Charter schools can create fair admission standards, but these must be included in the charter.
 
*Charter schools are similar to public schools in that they are tuition-free. Charter schools can create fair admission standards, but these must be included in the charter.
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*It is extremely important to have community support when preparing to submit your charter for approval. Make sure that the curriculum needs you feel are lacking have popular support in your community.
 
*The length of a charter school grant can vary by state, but you will need to renew your charter on a regular basis (usually every few years).
 
*The length of a charter school grant can vary by state, but you will need to renew your charter on a regular basis (usually every few years).
*It is extremely important to have community support when preparing to submit your charter for approval. Make sure that the curriculum needs you feel are lacking have popular support in your community.
 
  
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*Although charter schools are publicly funded through enrollment, you may need additional funding options such as grants, loans or private donations.
 
*Although charter schools are publicly funded through enrollment, you may need additional funding options such as grants, loans or private donations.
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*Not all states have laws that allow you to establish charter schools.
 
*Charter schools are held accountable for student achievement based on state and district requirements. A charter school will be closed if it does not perform well based on those standards.
 
*Charter schools are held accountable for student achievement based on state and district requirements. A charter school will be closed if it does not perform well based on those standards.
*Not all states have laws that allow you to establish charter schools.
 
  
 
==Sources and Citations==
 
==Sources and Citations==
 
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Be an Airsoft Rifleman

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*Starter guns do not last for ever they may last a year or two but if it breaks or you decide you don't like Airsoft your only out and hundred some bucks as opposed to 500 dollars. That is why you buy a started gun before a high end gun.
 
*Starter guns do not last for ever they may last a year or two but if it breaks or you decide you don't like Airsoft your only out and hundred some bucks as opposed to 500 dollars. That is why you buy a started gun before a high end gun.
 
*For those who already enjoy the sport and would like to actually get into it, a starter gun isn't necessary. Go with a more high end gun such as a G&G, KWA, TM, Classic Army, or ICS.
 
*For those who already enjoy the sport and would like to actually get into it, a starter gun isn't necessary. Go with a more high end gun such as a G&G, KWA, TM, Classic Army, or ICS.
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*My personal starter recommendation is the G&G combat machines REALLY well built great overall weapons and still in a good starter price range.
 
*Never rely on a safety mechanism alone.  They often fail, meaning the weapon will discharge.
 
*Never rely on a safety mechanism alone.  They often fail, meaning the weapon will discharge.
*My personal starter recommendation is the G&G combat machines REALLY well built great overall weapons and still in a good starter price range.
 
 
*The muzzle should always be pointed in a safe direction: anywhere where if discharged the projectile will not hit anyone or anything that would cause a ricochet.
 
*The muzzle should always be pointed in a safe direction: anywhere where if discharged the projectile will not hit anyone or anything that would cause a ricochet.
 
* You'll have more fun bringing your friends. Knowing each others' names really helps during game play to give you a tactical advantage.
 
* You'll have more fun bringing your friends. Knowing each others' names really helps during game play to give you a tactical advantage.

Prepare For a Grounding

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*You also might want to sneak some junk food into your room, because it's not likely that your parents will give you any desserts or sweets while you're grounded
 
*You also might want to sneak some junk food into your room, because it's not likely that your parents will give you any desserts or sweets while you're grounded
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*If you put food in your room make it small things like little candy items that can easily smuggled into your room and they must fit in your pockets.
 
*When you forget stuff, then when you go to get food you might be able to pick up extra items.
 
*When you forget stuff, then when you go to get food you might be able to pick up extra items.
*If you put food in your room make it small things like little candy items that can easily smuggled into your room and they must fit in your pockets.
 
 
*Bring spare batteries! If you forget your charger, then most things you have can use batteries too.
 
*Bring spare batteries! If you forget your charger, then most things you have can use batteries too.
*You can use this, "I found it in my room when I got there," strategy for if you got caught with any of the stuff you got in your room.
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*If you have been grounded before and you know how long your normally grounded for, then you should prepare all of your things so you have the right amount of things, not too much so you're less likely to get caught and not to little so you are not bored.
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*If you bring in a DS, make sure you bring at least 2 styluses. You need two because if one breaks or you lose it, you will have an extra.
 
*If you have a play room or loft that is much bigger then your room, try to get your parents to invite a relative over and to get him sleeping in your room so you sleep in the loft.
 
*If you have a play room or loft that is much bigger then your room, try to get your parents to invite a relative over and to get him sleeping in your room so you sleep in the loft.
*If you bring in a DS, make sure you bring at least 2 styluses. You need two because if one breaks or you lose it, you will have an extra.
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*Instruments are very loud and if you have a music silencer, then you can play it in your room and you can play it without being loud.
 
*If you don't have a silencer then you can just play it and claim you had found it in you room when you got there.
 
*If you don't have a silencer then you can just play it and claim you had found it in you room when you got there.
*If you have been grounded before and you know how long your normally grounded for, then you should prepare all of your things so you have the right amount of things, not too much so you're less likely to get caught and not to little so you are not bored.
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*You can use this, "I found it in my room when I got there," strategy for if you got caught with any of the stuff you got in your room.
*Instruments are very loud and if you have a music silencer, then you can play it in your room and you can play it without being loud.
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*You don't have to always draw with the book; you can bring some paper (use computer paper) and draw whatever you like.
 
*You don't have to always draw with the book; you can bring some paper (use computer paper) and draw whatever you like.
  

Meditate on Shiva

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
*Go with your personal way of truth and wisdom. Do not let formal practice hinder you. Meditate with real feelings. Find creative the right meditation for you.  
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*Go with your personal way of truth and wisdom. Do not let formal practice hinder you. Meditate with real feelings. Find creative the right meditation for you.
 
*There are many ways to meditate on Shiva: see yourself as Shiva, see Shiva as a symbol of God, or as an enlightened Master.
 
*There are many ways to meditate on Shiva: see yourself as Shiva, see Shiva as a symbol of God, or as an enlightened Master.
  

Be Organized in School

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*Try to buy several folders for your binder and label each one for each subject you have during school, so you could stay organized and not stuff all of your papers in one folder.
 
*Try to buy several folders for your binder and label each one for each subject you have during school, so you could stay organized and not stuff all of your papers in one folder.
 
*Do not slip any notes or papers inside of your books, even if it's just "temporary". You will risk losing them, this is especially important if your textbooks are thick. Store them in their appropriate folders in your binder, it's better to take a few seconds to store them properly than take minutes to find them, or worse, another hour or two to write new notes down or do homework again if you lose them.
 
*Do not slip any notes or papers inside of your books, even if it's just "temporary". You will risk losing them, this is especially important if your textbooks are thick. Store them in their appropriate folders in your binder, it's better to take a few seconds to store them properly than take minutes to find them, or worse, another hour or two to write new notes down or do homework again if you lose them.
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*A good backpack is everything. If yours is broken and torn and slouchy, consider getting a new one.
 
*Every weekend, take the time to look through your backpack and take out papers you don't need anymore. Get a filing cabinet to put in the papers and keep them organized!
 
*Every weekend, take the time to look through your backpack and take out papers you don't need anymore. Get a filing cabinet to put in the papers and keep them organized!
*A good backpack is everything. If yours is broken and torn and slouchy, consider getting a new one.
 
 
* Use some paperclips to keep your papers organized. After that keep them in a binder. If your papers had been punched with a hole, it's best to keep them in a ring file.
 
* Use some paperclips to keep your papers organized. After that keep them in a binder. If your papers had been punched with a hole, it's best to keep them in a ring file.
 
*If you have trouble keeping track of your schedule, take a picture of it and make it your lock screen on your phone.
 
*If you have trouble keeping track of your schedule, take a picture of it and make it your lock screen on your phone.
 
*Use notebook dividers to separate important papers from other stuff in your binder.
 
*Use notebook dividers to separate important papers from other stuff in your binder.
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* Every day, study a little bit. This way, you won't be caught off-guard by pop quizzes.
 
*Make sure your school provides a [[Buy School Supplies|school supply]] list. If they don't, check the school website or call the school. If it's not on the website, it's usually near the front of your planner.
 
*Make sure your school provides a [[Buy School Supplies|school supply]] list. If they don't, check the school website or call the school. If it's not on the website, it's usually near the front of your planner.
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* If you are in a school that doesn't have lockers, check your timetable/schedule before you come into school, this will mean that you only bring the binders for the lessons you have that day, to avoid your bag getting too heavy.
 
*When you [[Clean Out Your School Desk|clean out your desk]], don't do it during study hall. Do it during your free time or recess.
 
*When you [[Clean Out Your School Desk|clean out your desk]], don't do it during study hall. Do it during your free time or recess.
 
*If you're having trouble organizing your locker, get some little sticky pads and write down a subject such as "Math" on it. Put it on the wall of your locker and put anything you need under there; when it's time for math, just simply grab the pile.
 
*If you're having trouble organizing your locker, get some little sticky pads and write down a subject such as "Math" on it. Put it on the wall of your locker and put anything you need under there; when it's time for math, just simply grab the pile.
 
*Have a different color folder for each subject.
 
*Have a different color folder for each subject.
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*A good way to keep organized while cleaning out your locker and backpack is making a "trash" pile and a "keep" pile. If you share a locker, you can print this out and give it to your locker partner.
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*Instead of stashing every finished worksheet that isn't nailed down in your folder like your teacher tells you, keep a "done" binder and a hole punch in your locker. Use it for papers you might need or are not sure you're really done with.
 
* Instead of studying last minute, use a planner to mark the days that you will study. Work in a quiet area.
 
* Instead of studying last minute, use a planner to mark the days that you will study. Work in a quiet area.
* Every day, study a little bit. This way, you won't be caught off-guard by pop quizzes.
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* Have different color binders, folders, and notebooks for every subject.
 
*Don't buy a huge thick binder because all of your things will be in one place and hard to find. If a large binder is your only choice, that's OK too. Some binders have a built-in accordion folder and pouches to put pens, pencils, etc. If your binder doesn't have an accordion folder, buy some page dividers. Even if you do have an accordion folder, you should still get some dividers since they will help you find subjects faster and keep them in the same binder separately.
 
*Don't buy a huge thick binder because all of your things will be in one place and hard to find. If a large binder is your only choice, that's OK too. Some binders have a built-in accordion folder and pouches to put pens, pencils, etc. If your binder doesn't have an accordion folder, buy some page dividers. Even if you do have an accordion folder, you should still get some dividers since they will help you find subjects faster and keep them in the same binder separately.
 
* Try getting a bag with many pockets for pens and other things you need. It's a lot easier than digging through your bag for your stuff and is more organized.
 
* Try getting a bag with many pockets for pens and other things you need. It's a lot easier than digging through your bag for your stuff and is more organized.
 
*Don't overdo everything.Buy what you need only.This will save you more space in your lockers.Make sure that at least every week you make sure your lockers are clean and tidy.You should also label your notebooks and tabs so you know and don't get mixed up.
 
*Don't overdo everything.Buy what you need only.This will save you more space in your lockers.Make sure that at least every week you make sure your lockers are clean and tidy.You should also label your notebooks and tabs so you know and don't get mixed up.
*A good way to keep organized while cleaning out your locker and backpack is making a "trash" pile and a "keep" pile. If you share a locker, you can print this out and give it to your locker partner.
 
*Instead of stashing every finished worksheet that isn't nailed down in your folder like your teacher tells you, keep a "done" binder and a hole punch in your locker. Use it for papers you might need or are not sure you're really done with.
 
* If you are in a school that doesn't have lockers, check your timetable/schedule before you come into school, this will mean that you only bring the binders for the lessons you have that day, to avoid your bag getting too heavy.
 
* Have different color binders, folders, and notebooks for every subject.
 
 
* If you don't have lockers in class consider keeping everything in a bag/tote.
 
* If you don't have lockers in class consider keeping everything in a bag/tote.
 
*If you're just starting school for the year, wait a couple of weeks before buying new supplies so you don't end up buying binders that are too big/small or loose paper when you need a spiral, etc.
 
*If you're just starting school for the year, wait a couple of weeks before buying new supplies so you don't end up buying binders that are too big/small or loose paper when you need a spiral, etc.
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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
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*Try your best, don't give up, and remember why you're doing this.
 
*Don't expect to become organized overnight. It takes time. Try to just make one class perfect and then when you get the hang of it, you will eventually do the same with all your other classes. Also, don't leave cell phones or iPods in your bag as they might get stolen and in most schools they are not allowed.
 
*Don't expect to become organized overnight. It takes time. Try to just make one class perfect and then when you get the hang of it, you will eventually do the same with all your other classes. Also, don't leave cell phones or iPods in your bag as they might get stolen and in most schools they are not allowed.
 
*Don't stress too much.
 
*Don't stress too much.
 
*Some things may not be allowed in some schools, such as mechanical pencils, pencil sharpeners, or permanent markers. Check with your school or ask a teacher before you bring anything.
 
*Some things may not be allowed in some schools, such as mechanical pencils, pencil sharpeners, or permanent markers. Check with your school or ask a teacher before you bring anything.
*Try your best, don't give up, and remember why you're doing this.
 
  
 
== Things You'll Need ==
 
== Things You'll Need ==

Calm a Hyperactive Dog

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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*Make sure your dog drinks water and stays hydrated during periods of high activity.
 
*Make sure your dog drinks water and stays hydrated during periods of high activity.
*If your dog seems sore or disoriented after exercise, reduce the intensity level.  
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*If your dog seems sore or disoriented after exercise, reduce the intensity level.
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== Related wikiHows ==
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
*[[Calm a Puppy]]
 
*[[Calm a Puppy]]

Clean and Maintain Your Flute

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*Never wave it around like a toy instrument. Flutes are definitely not toys.
 
*Never wave it around like a toy instrument. Flutes are definitely not toys.
 
*Serious flute players should own two cleaning cloths.  Clean handkerchiefs work great, too.
 
*Serious flute players should own two cleaning cloths.  Clean handkerchiefs work great, too.
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*If you're using your flute for marching band, then you do not need a professional flute; a gently used one will work just fine.
 
*If you have a wooden flute or piccolo, consult an experienced player or repair person for additional advice regarding appropriate wood care and cork grease.
 
*If you have a wooden flute or piccolo, consult an experienced player or repair person for additional advice regarding appropriate wood care and cork grease.
*If you're using your flute for marching band, then you do not need a professional flute; a gently used one will work just fine.
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* Clean the inside of your flute not only because you should, but because if you don't it will smell bad when you blow in to it. It is also wise to brush your teeth to prevent any bad breath from affecting the smell.
 
* If you are starting on the flute get a used or cheap one.
 
* If you are starting on the flute get a used or cheap one.
 
*A lightly colored pipe cleaner is useful when it comes to cleaning between the rods. Fold it in half and beware of sharp ends when using it, though.
 
*A lightly colored pipe cleaner is useful when it comes to cleaning between the rods. Fold it in half and beware of sharp ends when using it, though.
* Clean the inside of your flute not only because you should, but because if you don't it will smell bad when you blow in to it. It is also wise to brush your teeth to prevent any bad breath from affecting the smell.
 
 
*Tie a cleaning cloth to the handle of your case, if there is no room inside. Beware- it might get dirty.
 
*Tie a cleaning cloth to the handle of your case, if there is no room inside. Beware- it might get dirty.
  

Oil a Baseball Glove

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== Tips ==
 
== Tips ==
 
*Wash your hands before applying oil to your glove. Aside from your skin's natural oils, there can be dirt and debris that could aid in deteriorating your glove.
 
*Wash your hands before applying oil to your glove. Aside from your skin's natural oils, there can be dirt and debris that could aid in deteriorating your glove.
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*Some baseball players do not like using oils on their gloves, believing it will deteriorate the leather faster, and make the glove heavier as it soaks up the liquid. Much of this is based on personal preference, so if you feel comfortable oiling your glove, go ahead and do it.
 
*Oiling is one of several ways to [[Break in a New Baseball Glove| break in a glove]]. If you don't like the results, consider several other methods to get it ready for use.
 
*Oiling is one of several ways to [[Break in a New Baseball Glove| break in a glove]]. If you don't like the results, consider several other methods to get it ready for use.
*Some baseball players do not like using oils on their gloves, believing it will deteriorate the leather faster, and make the glove heavier as it soaks up the liquid. Much of this is based on personal preference, so if you feel comfortable oiling your glove, go ahead and do it.
 
  
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
== Related wikiHows ==

Make a Soup Without a Recipe

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*Garnishes can include: toasted nuts or seeds, fresh cut herbs, cheese toast to float on top, dumplings, raw sliced mushrooms, a bit of sour cream or yogurt, grated cheese, croutons.
 
*Garnishes can include: toasted nuts or seeds, fresh cut herbs, cheese toast to float on top, dumplings, raw sliced mushrooms, a bit of sour cream or yogurt, grated cheese, croutons.
 
*If you begin a soup and plan to continue later, wait until you re-heat the soup before adding any soft vegetables and foods (including left-overs). Do not add cream until the moment that you are ready to serve.
 
*If you begin a soup and plan to continue later, wait until you re-heat the soup before adding any soft vegetables and foods (including left-overs). Do not add cream until the moment that you are ready to serve.
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*Avoid using eggplant, okra, or strong greens such as mustard.
 
*Consider the flavours you plan to mix. Start with the basics of meat (or potatoes/grains), onions, herbs and garlic. Be aware of strong flavoured ingredients and don't over-mix them. These include: buckwheat, turnips, mint, chilli, bell pepper, sage, and lemon.
 
*Consider the flavours you plan to mix. Start with the basics of meat (or potatoes/grains), onions, herbs and garlic. Be aware of strong flavoured ingredients and don't over-mix them. These include: buckwheat, turnips, mint, chilli, bell pepper, sage, and lemon.
*Avoid using eggplant, okra, or strong greens such as mustard.
 
 
*Taste the soup after half an hour, and at half hour intervals. Does it need more flavor? Add salt or flavours sparingly. Is it really spicy? Add white rice, bread, or even more water.
 
*Taste the soup after half an hour, and at half hour intervals. Does it need more flavor? Add salt or flavours sparingly. Is it really spicy? Add white rice, bread, or even more water.
 
*Find leftover cooked foods to add at the end if you wish. These could include bits of: stew, macaroni and cheese, old bread (for thickening), take-out Chinese or Indian foods, meat loaf, cooked oatmeal (for thickening), cooked vegetables, applesauce, salad dressing (for flavour), ketchup, hard-boiled eggs.
 
*Find leftover cooked foods to add at the end if you wish. These could include bits of: stew, macaroni and cheese, old bread (for thickening), take-out Chinese or Indian foods, meat loaf, cooked oatmeal (for thickening), cooked vegetables, applesauce, salad dressing (for flavour), ketchup, hard-boiled eggs.

Be a Good Rabbi

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== Steps ==
# remember the books of proverbs says:Someone who is already wise will hear and learn still more; someone who already understands will gain the ability to counsel well.  study hard and widely,become an expert on the torah and other jewish subjects but also study other like:
#* dispute resolution
#* philosophy
#* social care
#* politics
#* education
#* history
# be fair and just to everyone.respect everybodies rights no matter how persecuted you become, and NEVER abuse your power.
# pray A LOT

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