The Intellectual Property Division of the Mossack Fonseca Group will take part in the first Blogger Influencer Week as a leading company promoting the importance of a blog's content registration and copyright protection.
The organisers mainly seek to develop opportunities to enhance Panama as a tourist and business platform by promoting the talent of the most recognized, respected, and influential national and international bloggers.
“Panama City will once again play a leading role in an avant-garde event that is full of innovation with the first Blogger Influencer Week. As a leading company in our industry, we support these kinds of initiatives for the purpose of communicating and sharing the importance of copyright registration and protection,” stated the head of the Mossack Fonseca Intellectual Property Division, Ms Raquel Araúz.
Ms. Araúz added that they have expanded their suite of services, aka Multiple Intellectual Property Services (MIPS), to guarantee the complete protection of trademarks, patents, and copyrights―thereby avoiding the counterfeiting and imitation of their clients' products and services, both nationally and internationally.
The first Blogger Influencer Week will take place from 27th February to 5th March 2016 with various events to be held in the Republic of Panama. For more information regarding MIPS, please follow @mossfonmips in twitter using hashtag #CuidaTusIdeas.
For example, you make a mistake or something goes wrong. So you blame someone or something.
"I crashed the car because you played the radio too loud!" "It's not my fault the soup is too salty! It's your recipe." "If we had a newer computer, I would do better in school."
Blame is frequently used to explain poor job performance.
"My boss is such a jerk, I can't get my work done." "I closed my painting shop and went bankrupt because of the economy." "You don't pay me enough to be nice to EVERY customer."
Blame is also used for personal problems.
"I'm depressed because of the tragedies in the news." "I can't be faithful to my wife because I have a chemical imbalance." "I can't stop smoking because my father used to spank me."
Why You Can't Win the Blame Game When you blame someone or something else, you actually make yourself weak and ineffective. You make yourself "at effect" instead of being "at cause" of the situation. You give power to the person or thing you blame.
"Blaming something else makes that something else cause; and as that cause takes on power, the individual in the same act loses control and becomes effect." -- L. Ron Hubbard
Most professionals have worked inside a box for so long. By that, we mean it has taken so long for people to take the ways of the innovative world to benefit majority of people, especially in the medical profession. But doctors have learned to come out of their traditional comfort-zones in order to expand their horizon and serve more people in a more dynamic and effective way. Meet one of those physicians who is out there to serve your needs: Dr. Richard Isaacs.
Dr. Isaacs' qualifications, as posted in his web homepage, were not meant to impress but to inform and convince people of what he is capable of providing. Rich is not only a specialist in Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery but is also an experienced physician who has dealt with various cancer cases (facial skin cancer, jaw tumor. laryngeal cancer, paranasal sinus cancer and thyroid cancer and others). He has also worked in developing innovative medical procedures using robotics and computer-aided medical systems.
With his extensive experience and expertise, it is not surprising that Rich, who attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor as an undergraduate, excelled in academics and garnered honors a graduate. He was born and raised in Detroit and finished his medical degree at the Wayne State University School of Medicine there, also finishing with honors.
Dr. Isaacs joined Kaiser Permanente in 1995 and he holds Advanced Certification in Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery. His specializes in such cases as orbital, nasal, and maxillofacial surgery, as well as thyroid and parathyroid surgical procedures. Moreover, Rich has undergone training in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery and is likewise an expert in post-tumor facial reanimation and facial reconstruction surgery. Rich is a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery as well as of the American College of Surgeons. He has written several articles in different medical and other related publications.
In his heart, Rich is a natural teacher and is engaged in training medical students, residents and fellows from the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine (Philadelphia), and Northstate University School of Medicine (Elk Grove) where he serves as a Professor of Otolaryngology. With his passion for teaching, Rich obviously finds personal satisfaction in achieving one of the noblest occupations any person can have in life. Expertise and knowhow thrive through continuing study and research, as well as through bequeathing them on to others who will likewise apply and pass them on through their own practice.
Being a Physician-In-Chief, Rich has shown good leadership abilities as well as proven his integrity as a trustworthy professional. In April of 2005, he was appointed to the Physician-In-Chief position for the South Sacramento and Elk Grove Medical Facilities. He heads 450 physicians and over 3,000 nurses and staff who serve 210,000 Kaiser Permanente members in the South Sacramento and Elk Grove locality. Rich also works as the Medical Director of operations, as well as all inpatient and outpatient sections. He likewise holds the position of Chief Medical Officer for the 290-bed Acute Care Hospital and ACS Level II Trauma Center.
Physicians are some of the most workaholic workers we know; however, they strive to spend meaningful time in other endeavors, such as in sports. And for a doctor with his credentials, Rich chose to become a skier and an Alpine Member at the National Ski Patrol, providing complete care to injured skiers at the Tahoe Donner Ski Resort. Not only is that inspiring; it is quite commendable – spending time out of the clinic and in the great outdoors while seeing to the medical needs of other sports-enthusiasts.
Meir Ezra - The biggest barrier to a successful career is not a lack of opportunities, the job market or your city. It's certain people.
Specifically, antisocial people—people who are devious, mean-spirited, cruel, hostile or negative. People who oppose you, treat you with disrespect and cause you trouble. They are trying to stop you.
“When we trace the cause of a failing business, we will inevitably discover somewhere in its ranks the antisocial personality hard at work.”
“It is important then to examine and list the attributes of the antisocial personality. Influencing as it does the daily lives of so many, it well behooves* decent people to become better informed on this subject.” -- L. Ron Hubbard (*behooves: to be necessary or proper for)
One of the most famous antisocial personalities was Adolf Hitler. Hitler loved children and pets. He was a vegetarian who neither smoked nor drank. He was kind and considerate to the ladies, secretaries and chauffeurs. Most people thought Hitler was a nice guy, but he organized the deaths of millions of people.
Antisocial personalities can be anyone: doctors, lawyers, politicians, business leaders, police officers, newspaper reporters, employees, men, women, old, young . . . anyone. They can be family members, spouses and colleagues. You probably know a few antisocial people.
When antisocial people are openly nasty or critical of you, you know who they are. They say, “You are an idiot” or “That idea of yours is the worst idea I've ever heard.” They stab you in your chest, not your back. You can deal with them directly.
The worst types of antisocial persons are those who hide their true intentions. They stab you in the back so you can't catch them. They say, “Everyone thinks your ideas are silly” or “I heard a rumor the police might be investigating you” or “You look so tired; why don't you take a vacation?”
Antisocials make you sick. For example, you are enjoying your day and getting a lot done. Suddenly, for no apparent reason, you feel a little upset. Your stomach and head hurt.
You review who just talked to you. Mary gave you a report and made a nice comment about the weather. Fred asked to borrow your pen and was very polite. The computer guy needed to look at my computer and said something about my computer infecting the whole network.
You think, “What was the computer guy talking about? Why did he waste so much of my time? And why are the computers always having problems? I'd better watch out for this guy.”
Suddenly, you feel better. You have spotted an antisocial person. Your day is pleasant again.
L. Ron Hubbard identified twelve characteristics of the antisocial person. The first way to spot them is to notice how they speak.
“The antisocial personality has the following attributes:
“1. He or she speaks only in very broad generalities. They say . . .' 'Everybody thinks . . .' 'Everyone knows . . .' and such expressions are in continual use, particularly when imparting rumor.” -- L. Ron Hubbard
Have you ever been to a meeting when someone said, "We're all having troubles because of the economy," “People don't like anyone who's too successful” or "Everyone in this area is having a rough time"? These are generalities.
Whenever you hear a statement that starts, "Everyone says . . . “ or “All the citizens feel . . . “ or "The employees think . . . ,” you must perk up your ears. You have just heard the beginning of a generality.
Now if the generality is a good message, you can relax. “Everyone thinks you are doing a great job!” “No one was late today.” “All the carpenters appreciate the wood you bought.”
However, if the message is negative, the speaker is pointing a knife at your back. “No one believes your little act.” “Everyone thinks the pay is too low.” “No one wears their hair like that any more.”
One reason the news media is such a poor influence on society is because of their generalities. Just listen to the news or read a newspaper and you see generalities. “America was shocked and saddened . . .” “Sources revealed that . . .” “Critics asked why the President said . . .”
The newspaper reporter would not be as upsetting if he or she was specific. “My daughter asked me why the President said . . .”
Because antisocial people want you and others to fail, they confuse and upset you with generalities.
How to Respond
“When asked, 'Who is everybody . . .' it normally turns out to be one source and from this source the antisocial person has manufactured what he or she pretends is the whole opinion of the whole society.” -- L. Ron Hubbard
You: “Nancy, you say everyone thinks I make too much money. Who exactly?”
Nancy: "Oh, uh, well, you know, everyone I talk to. It's common knowledge.”
You: "Can you tell me who exactly?”
Nancy: "I don't know, I can't remember. I'll ask around.”
You: “I'm going to assume you made this all up. Don't say things like that to me again.”
While the antisocials are tearing down the world, the world social personalities are improving it. Constructive people make life better for those around them. Fortunately, most people are social personalities.
Social personalities are opposite of the antisocial personality. For example, they are specific.
“The social personality is specific in relating circumstances. 'Joe Jones said . . . ' 'The Star Newspaper reported . . . ' and gives sources of data where important or possible.
“He may use the generality of 'they' or ''people' but seldom in connection with attributing statements or opinions of an alarming nature.” -- L. Ron Hubbard
Examples of social personality statements: “Patty and Joan want raises.” “Everyone's happy you're back from vacation.” “Steve loved your speech.”
Even if the social personality is passing bad news, it is not upsetting. For example, “Kelly and Roger have decided to move to Los Angeles to help their son produce documentaries.”
The antisocial thinks bad news is an opportunity to upset you. “It seems like lots of people are leaving us . . . Kelly, Roger and others. Maybe they don't like how you treat them.”
Every time you hear a generality regarding bad news this week, reject the information. Assume the person is either careless or antisocial. Instead, ask “Who is everybody?” or “Who exactly?”
We need security for our money, our jobs and our assets. We want security for our families, our marriages and our friendships.
We want to be free from danger, attack or risk. We do not like fear, anxiety or doubt.
We want to feel safe.
Security is a big business in this world. For example, consider the billions spent on national security, Internet security, financial security, health insurance security and retirement security.
But what truly gives us security? Money? Expertise? Armed forces?
No, because wealthy people, experts and people with weapons feel just as insecure as everyone else.
The security we all want is the ability to determine our course in life. We just want to enjoy a safe, peaceful, prosperous future.
How can we get this kind of security?
"Self-confidence alone is security. Your ability is your security. There is no security but you." -- L. Ron Hubbard
For example, if you are confident you will be safe in your home, you have security. If you are confident you will earn enough money for all of your expenses, you have financial security. If you are sure you will always be a valuable worker, you have job security.
So why do we feel insecure?
"INSECURITY EXISTS IN THE ABSENCE OF KNOWLEDGE." "All security derives from knowledge." -- L. Ron Hubbard
For example, if you had the knowledge that you would always have plenty of money for your needs, you would feel secure. If you had the knowledge of how to make your marriage go well, you would have a secure marriage.
KNOWING you will be okay is security.
So how do you reach this level of security?
By increasing your knowledge about work, business, finances, computers, marriage and, of course, successful living.
Many of those who wish to succeed find relief and an improved attitude from this quote:
"THE TOTALITY OF POWER IS ORDERLY PROGRESS."— L. Ron Hubbard
Discouragement and frustration from not making your goals quickly enough are resolved through orderly progress.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed? If so, orderly progress becomes even more important. Confronting huge amounts of work is not overwhelming when you see yourself making orderly progress, even in small amounts, toward your goals.
Do you ever feel like you are losing ground or failing? If you map out your actual goal and move one inch closer on a regular basis, you have new power.
Do you ever feel like you are treading water and going nowhere? It is time for you to focus on some orderly progress.
How do you eat an elephant? How do you move a mountain? How to you reach huge goals? One mouthful, one rock and one step at a time.
Examples: giving a positive impression to one more person; learning one more new skill; lessening one bad habit, investing a few more dollars in savings. Daily progress in a specific direction creates long-term power when the progress is constant and orderly.
If you have been dissatisfied with your progress in life, or if you feel discouraged, overwhelmed or frustrated, make a list of orderly steps you can take every day and every week. Calm, direct, orderly steps.
Once you have your strategy worked out there is no need to worry about the past or the future—just concentrate on the present; on the steps of this plan. By putting order into your progress, nothing and nobody can stop you.
A mountain creek is more powerful than a granite boulder when the creek slowly and surely wears the boulder down. Orderly progress toward your goals starts with small, positive steps.
You can generate new power from this week forward. Deciding to have orderly progress is the first step.
me A Genius in Business at July 6th-7th SeminarFont size: Carla Granato June 24, 2013 Meir Ezra, International Business GeniusChicagoland Real Estate Connections Club, Mokena, is bringing international businessman Meir Ezra to the the Chicago area to teach proven strategies to help business owners build their companies into a Perfect Business Model
(NewsWire.Net -- June 24, 2013) Mokena, IL -- The Chicagoland Real Estate Connections Club (located in Mokena) is bringing international businessman Meir Ezra to the Chicagoland area! Meir will teach proven strategies to help business owners build their companies into a Perfect Business Model which will allow them to have the freedom and quality of life they want AND deserve.
Roger Salam, of Guaranteed Prosperity, LLC and co-sponsor of the event states: “What Tony Robbins is to Personal Development, Meir Ezra is to Business Development.”
Become a Genius in Business is a two-day seminar that will be held on the 6th and 7th of July at the Hyatt Rosemont. This event is suitable for business owners of all kinds; owners of multi-million dollar companies or entrepreneurs with a strong desire to succeed. Attendees will experience two full days packed with rock-solid content to help take their business, income, and lifestyle to the next level!
Ezra is not a guru or a motivational speaker, he is a businessman who will show attendees how to build their businesses by improving themselves first and then by applying proven methods of logic and organization to all areas of life. He is an entrepreneur with many years of experience and is the creator of Time Maker Leadership Software; the most advanced management software on the market. Ezra also owns and has turned multiple businesses into multi-million dollar companies and has consulted clients in the U.S., Canada, Israel, Italy, Colombia, and many more!
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Our utmost priority is fulfilling our clients' needs, and we are grateful to become a part of their growth since we see them as our long-term partner. For the convenience of our clients, we efficiently provide our services at hours suitable to them seven days a week.
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"If you intend something to happen, it happens, if you intend it to happen. Verbalization* is not the intention. The intention is the carrier wave which takes the verbalization along with it." -- L. Ron Hubbard(*verbalization: expressing oneself in words.)
For example, you are in a busy clothing store and need a clerk's help. With poor intention, you might wait all day. But with strong intention, you look at the clerk, his head whips around and he asks if he can help you.
When you add firm intention to your communication, you get better results.
For example, if you tell your children to clean up their rooms with weak intention, they continue to play around. If you tell them to clean their rooms with strong intention, they clean their rooms.
Intention at Work Your job is easier when you use the correct amount of intention.
For example, a coworker named Chris likes to complain to you. Chris says, "I hate this crappy chair." "This weather is horrible." "Oh no, here comes Mr. Big again."
Tolerating or avoiding Chris resolves nothing. Your workplace remains stressful.
Yet if you look Chris in the eye and say, "Chris, stop complaining," you enjoy some wonderful results - if your intention is strong enough. It does not matter how loudly or softly you speak as verbalization has nothing to do with it. Your intention powers your statement.
A salesperson, with a strong intention to sell, gets more sales. A service representative, with a strong intention to make customers happy, makes customers happy. A job applicant, with a strong intention to land the job, gets the job.
A manager with poor intention gets little cooperation and eventually fails. However, a manager with strong intention, finds that his or her employees usually do what they were hired to do.
Exercise 1. Write down something that is difficult for you to get someone to do.
For example, your coworker Joe borrows your stapler and always forgets to bring it back. You need your stapler back, but it's always a hassle.
2. Practice asking for the thing you wrote in step #1. You can use a coach or friend, or even just talk to an object.
For our example, pretend to ask Joe to return your stapler, but use little or no intention. Really be weak.
You say, "Joe, return my stapler when you are done with it." However, in your mind, say, "Hi Joe, hey if you don't mind could you please return my stapler if you have nothing else to do please?"
Even though this seems silly, practice using very weak intention until you can do it easily.
3. Now practice use more intention than is necessary!
In this exercise step, you verbally say, "Joe, return my stapler when you are done with it" as you did in the step above, but now your intention is "JOE, BRING BACK MY STAPLER RIGHT NOW!"
Do this step a few times until you can do it easily.
For More Exercise 1. Next, use the correct amount of intention.
You still say, "Joe, return my stapler when you are done with it," and your intention is very clear: "Joe, return my stapler when you are done with it."
Your intention is not too weak and it is not too strong. It is just right.
Repeat this step a few times until it is comfortable for you.
2. When you are ready, go use your intention to get what you want. Get someone to do something that has been difficult for you to ask in the past. Get them to do what you ask. If you use the correct amount of intention, the results will be amazing!
3. Repeat with anything that is difficult for you to get others to do.