Never Be Lied To Again

Written by John Satterfield

Never be lied to again! The techniques you are about to acquire are based on hypnotic understanding ofrepparttar human sub-conscious. You will be amazed at how accurate this information is. It takes most people some thought and practice to get really good at detecting lying, but if you try it you will discover that you now have an invaluable asset in knowingrepparttar 109402 truth every time.

Here’s how it works Say a woman suspects that her husband was not out withrepparttar 109403 boys atrepparttar 109404 bowling alley. Here’s what she would say to detect a lie. “how was bowling?” Husband –“great we played 15 games and I won half of them.” W- Great honey! I heard onrepparttar 109405 radio thatrepparttar 109406 fire department had to come torepparttar 109407 bowling alley for a kitchen fire was it smokey in there?” NOW that is a plausible possibility but ifrepparttar 109408 husband was not there he will not know how to answer. The wife has given him a conundrum—that is a question that can bite both ways. If he was really atrepparttar 109409 bowling alley he will instantly answer something like “what are you talking about? There was no fire” But if he was NOT atrepparttar 109410 alley he will PAUSE a few moments while he considers his answer. He does not know if there was a fire. He has No details. He MAY lie about that too butrepparttar 109411 key is that he will PAUSE while he desperately tries to sort out an answer. Let’s try another example shall we? Boss—“Wilkins did you finishrepparttar 109412 Tucker account?” Wilkins “Sure thing boss.” Boss- Did you change those numbers that were marked on page 22?” If he hesitates he is probably lying. If he says “sure thing boss”, but there was no change to page 22 then he is lying. STEPS to Lie Detection 1.Present a plausible conundrum 2.Watch for undue hesitation or agreement withrepparttar 109413 conundrum

Is Your Intellectual Property Protected?

Written by Susan Dunn, Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach

THE NOODLE-HEAD The other day I had quite a shock. A student who was taking one of my Internet courses e-mailed me to tell me that it was so beneficial “I emailed copies to all my friends and family.” Thereby circumventing my $29.99 per course, and violating my copyright.


THE KNAVE I also market coaches. I design websites, including search engine optimization. In doing some work for a client, I discovered suddenly someone had overtaken them onrepparttar search engine. When I checked, it turned out they had completely copiedrepparttar 109401 source codes I’d done, keywords and all. Not one word was changed.

Double yikes!

THE NERVE Another client was checking outrepparttar 109402 competition onrepparttar 109403 web one day – he cuts plastics – and found someone had copied his entire entry page, just changingrepparttar 109404 logo and company name where needed. Same photos, same placement, same ad copy, same menu buttons ...



Check with your attorney, because it’s confusing. Even being a certified paralegal, I find intellectual property law daunting.

According torepparttar 109405 Cornell Law School website, “under current law, works are covered whether or not a copyright is attached and whether or notrepparttar 109406 work is registered.” (This means registered withrepparttar 109407 US Copyright Office.)

HOWEVER,repparttar 109408 American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association [AIPLA] saysrepparttar 109409 “registration … is not required for existence of copyright; however, it is a prerequisite to a lawsuit for copyright infringement and to certain legal remedies.” [Source: ] They recommend you have a specialist draftrepparttar 109410 document.

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