Safe Cyber DatingWritten by S. A. Baker
Cyber dating is one of most popular dating venues these days. No longer is it necessary to go to bar down street to find a date. No longer is it necessary to romance someone through flowers and candy on a date. Dating has become a cyber event. Not only can you meet people through cyber dating but you can actually court them through cyber dating as well. But, what you need to remember is that cyber dating needs to be kept safe.
Safe cyber dating doesnít mean no cyber dating. Instead, you should take precautions like any other dating situation. Things that are personal to you, like finances and business relationships should be kept out of cyber dating world. Instead, learn about each other lives. Safe cyber dating is important because of many reasons, but most important reason is for your own protection. Because cyber dating is so easy to get into, there are many people who use cyber dating as a means to lure people into their scams or bad situations. Cyber dating is a smoke screen, unfortunately, to many people. And, even if person you are dating in cyber space is on up and up, that does not mean that your date hasnít lied even just a little about him or herself either. Cyber dating is also a good way to hide.
Top Ten Reasons to Hire a Personal CoachWritten by Kim Olver
Have you considered hiring a personal coach? Jack Canfield, in The Success Principles says hiring a "personal coach is one of best-kept secrets of successful." 1. A coach can help you clarify your vision and goals. If you have a sense that what you are doing isnít thing you really want for your life but you donít have a clear vision of what you do want, then a coach can help you get clear. 2. A coach can support you through your difficult times. Sometimes, we just need someone to talk to who isnít too busy, too distracted or too involved to just objectively support us when times are tough. If you feel you just need someone to talk to who understands and doesnít judge you, then a coach can help. 3. A coach can help you develop momentum. How many times have you started something, felt good about it but then lost interest, never to return to it again? A coach can help you sustain that momentum and keep you focused on prize. This is similar to hiring a personal trainer to help you sustain momentum of exercising when you feel like doing something else. 4. A coach can help you stay on track and be focused. Have you ever let little, unimportant things take control of your day and by time day ends, you realize you havenít accomplished anything you were hoping to accomplish? A coach can help you stay focused on important things while learning to delegate or dump unimportant things. 5. A coach can help you take an objective look at exactly what you have been doing. A good coach will ask you to take a close, and sometimes painful, look at what you say you want as compared to things you are actually doing. Do you see a match? If you continue to do things way you are, will you get to place you are hoping to get to? Coaches ask hard questions. 6. A coach may help you identify both effective and destructive behavior patterns that you may not see. Since coach isnít standing in forest, he can typically see trees that you donít. How often do we continue same destructive patterns over and over again just because we canít identify them? A coach will help you see this more clearly. 7. A coach will hold you accountable for goals you set. A coach is not a babysitter. When you decide you want to get going and accomplish some things in your life, a coach will not accept your excuses for why it wasnít done. Making a public declaration of your intent will also provide you with needed incentive to keep your commitments.