The Centurions Impact on Our Community

Thank you for supporting me at the Centurions party whether you sponsored the event or went as a party goer. The money we raised this year will go to the TMC Foundation and be used to expand the NICU.  Furthermore, monies will be going to Boys and Girls Club, Youth on Their Own and Boys […]

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The One Thing You’ll Need to Read Today!

Today marks my thirteenth article written for you. Can you believe it has been three months since I started on my writing journey? I’m paying homage to my first article and writing a follow-up article pertaining to “The One Thing” book that has greatly influenced my habits. Quote from my first article, “Whether you are […]

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Cybersecurity Tips For 2018

The number of innovations and technologies on the market today has far surpassed any time in our recent history. In the upcoming year we will see an advancement in the amount of innovations unlike anything we have ever seen before. This growth is, in part, due to the sheer number of tech companies being founded […]

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The Last Password You’ll Need to Remember

The Last Password You’ll Need to Remember I am reading “The Man Who Knew Too Much” by David Leavitt. It is a great read that gives insight into the life of Alan Turing and the brilliant mathematicians that influenced him. The Imitation Game movie was the cinematic version of this book and Alan’s history. He was the primary brainchild […]

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Take these tips with you to become a smarter consumer and avoid fraud

Know who you’re dealing with. In any transaction you conduct, make sure to check with your state or local consumer protection agency and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to see if the seller, charity, company, or organization is credible. Be especially wary if the entity is unfamiliar to you. Always call the number found on […]

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Leadership without Rank

I was hired as a network technician in 2007 and was very excited to start my new position.  If I could, I would’ve slept outside the front door on a cot in my work clothes with a toothbrush hidden under my pillow ready to go at first light.  I noticed that I was acting a […]

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The Hard Cost of In-Action

Last week I wrote an article that illustrated how to calculate your hourly worth.  It opened up the door of awareness to the correlation between productivity/action and financial gains based on that action.  Re-read the article here before moving on, to grasp this article. The hard costs of in-action and unproductive time is a heavy […]

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Monitoring the Health of a Backup Drive

Q. I’ve been backing up my computer to two different external hard drives — one made by Seagate and the other by Western Digital. The backup drives are now six years old. I know hard drives fail after a while, so when should I replace these drives with new ones? A. The life span of […]

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Hidden Tricks Inside Windows 10

Microsoft’s Windows OS isn’t any one thing. It arises from a patchwork of finely tuned features. Each individual feature is, in turn, the result of a team of dedicated engineers who create the best (often personalizable) experience possible. So, with such a complex, nuanced, and vast piece of software, it makes sense that there are […]

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Your Hourly Worth

In the construct of business, it is a difficult concept to understand and calculate what one’s hourly worth is.  Even then, what does “my hourly worth” mean? It occurs to me to be subjective and vague without fact to base it on.  By the end of the article, you will be able to calculate your […]

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