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Confidence, Energy, and Friends: ASPIRE TO INSPIRE BEFOR WE EXPIRE. Has anyone ever inspired you to change your life in a significant way that made you healthier, happier, or more fulfilled? If so, you understand the difference that positive inspiration can make in a person’s life. - 👀Would you like to know the simplest ways to inspire people and change their lives?👇 ✔️Care. If you can’t show a person that you genuinely care about them, do you think you will be able to inspire them? The answer is a resounding, “NO!” Show people you care in your words (“How are you today?”) and your actions (small acts of kindness go a long way). ✔️Be enthusiastic. The saying “enthusiasm is contagious” is common enough to be cliché, but it’s a cliché because it’s true. Reflect enthusiasm every day to the people you are in contact with and I’m willing to wager your genuine smiles, positive energy, and caring concern will be returned ten-fold. ✔️Earn trust. If a person you know and love tells you a secret, it stays between you and them. Trust takes a long time to build, but it can be destroyed overnight, so don’t take part in workplace gossip or unnecessary drama in your social networks so you can be a positive influence that people are unafraid to talk to. ✔️Reach for the stars. No one will be inspired by a person who resigns themselves to “reality” (such a dreadful place that sounds devoid of hope or personal growth in my opinion). Be ambitious, aim high, and never surrender if you want to inspire people that they, too, can accomplish anything they set their mind to. ✔️Stay true to who you are. A lot of us have a variety of “selves” that come out depending on the social situation: home, work, and friends all require a different song-and-dance. But putting on a different show for every group of people you encounter is super exhausting, and it’s certainly not a good way to inspire people around you. Would you place your confidence in a person who was so uncomfortable in their personality that they felt the need to pander to whatever crowd they were with? Embrace your true self without apology. - aspire inspire success live millionairementor
Confidence, Energy, and Friends: ASPIRE TO
 INSPIRE BEFOR
 WE EXPIRE.
Has anyone ever inspired you to change your life in a significant way that made you healthier, happier, or more fulfilled? If so, you understand the difference that positive inspiration can make in a person’s life. - 👀Would you like to know the simplest ways to inspire people and change their lives?👇 ✔️Care. If you can’t show a person that you genuinely care about them, do you think you will be able to inspire them? The answer is a resounding, “NO!” Show people you care in your words (“How are you today?”) and your actions (small acts of kindness go a long way). ✔️Be enthusiastic. The saying “enthusiasm is contagious” is common enough to be cliché, but it’s a cliché because it’s true. Reflect enthusiasm every day to the people you are in contact with and I’m willing to wager your genuine smiles, positive energy, and caring concern will be returned ten-fold. ✔️Earn trust. If a person you know and love tells you a secret, it stays between you and them. Trust takes a long time to build, but it can be destroyed overnight, so don’t take part in workplace gossip or unnecessary drama in your social networks so you can be a positive influence that people are unafraid to talk to. ✔️Reach for the stars. No one will be inspired by a person who resigns themselves to “reality” (such a dreadful place that sounds devoid of hope or personal growth in my opinion). Be ambitious, aim high, and never surrender if you want to inspire people that they, too, can accomplish anything they set their mind to. ✔️Stay true to who you are. A lot of us have a variety of “selves” that come out depending on the social situation: home, work, and friends all require a different song-and-dance. But putting on a different show for every group of people you encounter is super exhausting, and it’s certainly not a good way to inspire people around you. Would you place your confidence in a person who was so uncomfortable in their personality that they felt the need to pander to whatever crowd they were with? Embrace your true self without apology. - aspire inspire success live millionairementor

Has anyone ever inspired you to change your life in a significant way that made you healthier, happier, or more fulfilled? If so, you unders...

Anaconda, Children, and Clock: Couple Ordered to Pay Woman $121,000 After Forcing Her To Work As Nanny For Two Years Without Pay @balleralert Couple Ordered to Pay Woman $121,000 After Forcing Her To Work As Nanny For Two Years Without Pay - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A Texas couple will be paying a Nigerian woman $121,000 after they forced her to work as their nanny for two years without pay. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A judge ruled on Friday that 57-year-old Chudy Nsobundu and his wife Sandra, of Katy, will be sentenced to seven months in jail, seven months of home confinement and three years’ probation for the abuse, according to the Associated Press. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ According to a 2016 press release by The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas, the couple recruited the woman from their native country and told her they’d pay her $100 a month to work for them. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But when the victim got to the States, she ended up working for the couple from September 2013 to October 2015 with no benefits at all. She would clock in about 19.5 hours a day caring for the couple, and being a nanny to their five children. In addition, the couple wouldn’t allow her to have any type of pay nor breaks, and would physically and verbally abuse her. Some of the abuse ranged from not allowing her to have warm showers as well as feeding her leftovers as meals. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The victim was literally trapped by the couple who had taken her passport away. They’d make made physical threats to force her to stay. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Luckily, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center was tipped off in October 2015 after the victim’s U.S. visa paperwork included false information. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Last year, Sandra Nsobundu pleaded guilty to unlawful conduct with respect to documents in furtherance of forced labor. As for her husband, Chudy Nsobundu, he pleaded guilty to visa fraud.
Anaconda, Children, and Clock: Couple Ordered to Pay Woman
 $121,000 After Forcing Her To Work
 As Nanny For Two Years Without Pay
 @balleralert
Couple Ordered to Pay Woman $121,000 After Forcing Her To Work As Nanny For Two Years Without Pay - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A Texas couple will be paying a Nigerian woman $121,000 after they forced her to work as their nanny for two years without pay. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A judge ruled on Friday that 57-year-old Chudy Nsobundu and his wife Sandra, of Katy, will be sentenced to seven months in jail, seven months of home confinement and three years’ probation for the abuse, according to the Associated Press. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ According to a 2016 press release by The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas, the couple recruited the woman from their native country and told her they’d pay her $100 a month to work for them. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But when the victim got to the States, she ended up working for the couple from September 2013 to October 2015 with no benefits at all. She would clock in about 19.5 hours a day caring for the couple, and being a nanny to their five children. In addition, the couple wouldn’t allow her to have any type of pay nor breaks, and would physically and verbally abuse her. Some of the abuse ranged from not allowing her to have warm showers as well as feeding her leftovers as meals. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The victim was literally trapped by the couple who had taken her passport away. They’d make made physical threats to force her to stay. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Luckily, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center was tipped off in October 2015 after the victim’s U.S. visa paperwork included false information. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Last year, Sandra Nsobundu pleaded guilty to unlawful conduct with respect to documents in furtherance of forced labor. As for her husband, Chudy Nsobundu, he pleaded guilty to visa fraud.

Couple Ordered to Pay Woman $121,000 After Forcing Her To Work As Nanny For Two Years Without Pay - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀...

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9gag, America, and Animals: numbers, including some that featured a bucket and bells brigade orpe
 buckets and trash cans with drums sticks and hammer mallets. PHOTO BY JENNFER STULTZ
 1
 MENTORING DAY
 Students get first hand job experience
 imal Veterinarian Clinic
 dents got a tour of the fa-
 got to handle various an-
 imals. Patton likes all
 she learned a lot from the
 pressed her the most.
 By Gale Rose
 experience what it would
 grose prattribune.com be like to work at those 40 for their business. Stu- kinds of animals and said
 businesses. They asked
 Eager students invaded questions and got some cility, leaned what hap- experience. Watching the
 businesses all over Pratt hands on experience with pens in an examination, snake eat the mouse im-
 fuesday, October 24 as various operations.
 they looked for futurejob Paola Luna of Pratt imals and watched a Fernandez wants to be
 opportunities on Disabil High School, Gina Pat. snake eat a mouso.
 ity Mentoring Day.
 conie a veterinarian and
 ton of Kingman High Luna said she was in enjoyed learning every
 thing that veterinarians
 terested in animal health
 schools fanned out across nandez of St. John chose and wanted to know more
 2 Pratt and got first hand the Main Street Small An- about caring for hurt an-
 The 97 students from 12
 School and America Fer-
 SEE MENTORING, 6
 Hospital Pharmacht for 41 years
 4 years Commissioner for Pratt Planning and Zoning Board of Appeals
 3 years Pratt City Commission
 : Graduate of Pratt High School and KU School of Pharmacy
 Past Member and President of Civic Groups and Organizations
 .Experience and Knowledge of Financial Responsibility and Budgeting
 Supports Family Values, Education, and Business Growth
 Common Sense Approach for the Sustalned Progress of Pratt
 ng Mieyer
 y Commissioner
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Gym, Life, and Memes: YOUR OPINION OF ME HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME THAT IS YOUR BUSINESS, NOT MINE @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR How to stop giving a f*ck what people think? Read on… We're all guilty. Every day from the moment we wake up, we live our lives caring what other people think of us. (Don’t lie) - Living a life that follows the ideal notions of what other people think is a terrible way to live. It makes you become the spineless spectator who waits for other people to take action first. It makes you become a follower. Worst of all, it makes you become someone who doesn't take a stand for anything. - Read the following sh*t: ✔️No one really cares. Believe it or not, we're not that special. We go through our days thinking about how other people might be judging us. But the truth is… those people are thinking the exact same thing. 👀 ✔️You can’t please everyone. It's impossible to live up to everyone's expectations. There will always be people no matter what we say or how we treat them that will judge us. Whether you're at the gym, at work, taking the train, or even online playing Call of Duty. You will never be able to stop people from judging you, but you can stop it from affecting you. 😉 ✔️You reap what you sow. Worrying too much about what other people think can become a self-fulfilling prophecy, because the way we think starts to become the way we behave. (Think about it for a second.) - The world is already full of people who “obey” and follow other sheeps. But the people who don't give a F@$% are the ones that change the world. - success zerofucks success millionairementor
Gym, Life, and Memes: YOUR OPINION OF ME HAS
 NOTHING TO DO WITH ME THAT IS
 YOUR BUSINESS, NOT MINE
 @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
How to stop giving a f*ck what people think? Read on… We're all guilty. Every day from the moment we wake up, we live our lives caring what other people think of us. (Don’t lie) - Living a life that follows the ideal notions of what other people think is a terrible way to live. It makes you become the spineless spectator who waits for other people to take action first. It makes you become a follower. Worst of all, it makes you become someone who doesn't take a stand for anything. - Read the following sh*t: ✔️No one really cares. Believe it or not, we're not that special. We go through our days thinking about how other people might be judging us. But the truth is… those people are thinking the exact same thing. 👀 ✔️You can’t please everyone. It's impossible to live up to everyone's expectations. There will always be people no matter what we say or how we treat them that will judge us. Whether you're at the gym, at work, taking the train, or even online playing Call of Duty. You will never be able to stop people from judging you, but you can stop it from affecting you. 😉 ✔️You reap what you sow. Worrying too much about what other people think can become a self-fulfilling prophecy, because the way we think starts to become the way we behave. (Think about it for a second.) - The world is already full of people who “obey” and follow other sheeps. But the people who don't give a F@$% are the ones that change the world. - success zerofucks success millionairementor

How to stop giving a f*ck what people think? Read on… We're all guilty. Every day from the moment we wake up, we live our lives caring what ...

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America, Animals, and Be Like: Writer: "ls it 'firsthand' or 'first hand'?"
 Editor: "Either one is fine."
 numbers, including some that featured a bucket and belis Dngaau w.we m...-"-
 buckets and trash cans with drums sticks and hammer mallets. PHOTO BY JENNIFER STULTZ
 ˙·ッ....-
 MENTORING DAY
 Students get first hand job experience
 exsperience what it would imal Veterinarian Clinic imals. Patton likes all
 grose@prattribune.com be like to work at those 40 for their business. Stu- kinds of animals and said
 businesses, They asked dents got a tour of the fa- she learned a lot from the
 Eager students invaded questions and got some cility, learned what hap- experience. Watching the
 businesses all over Pratt hands on experience with pens in an examination, snake eat the mouse im-
 By Gale Rose
 t to handle various an- pressed her the most.
 Tuesday, October 24 as
 they looked for future
 opportunities on Disabil-
 ity Mentoring Day
 various operations.
 Paola Luna of Pratt imals and watched a Fernandez wants to be-
 come a veterinarian and
 ed learning every-
 ts from 12 School and America Fer- terested in animal health thing that veterinarians
 snake eat a mouse.
 High School, Gina Pat-
 ton of Kingman High
 Luna said she was in- enjoy
 The 97
 schools fanned out across nandez of St. John chose and wanted to know more
 Pratt and got first hand the Main Street Small An about caring for hurt an-
 SEE MENTORING, 6
 Hospital Pharmacist for 41 years
 4 years Commissioner for Pratt Planming and Zoning Board of Appeals
 :3 years Pratt City Commislon
 Graduate of Pratt High School and KU School of Pharmacy
 Past Member and President of Civic Groups and Organlzatoas
 ·Experience and Knowledgeof Financial Responsibility and Budgeting
 Supports Family Valus,Education, and Business Growth
 Common Sease Approach for the Sustalned Progress of Pratt
 g Meyer
 ty Commissioner
They actually published this 😂😂

They actually published this 😂😂

America, Be Like, and Family: 38 AJ @NCSox Writer: "ls it 'firsthand' or 'first hand'?" Editor: "Either one is fine." numbers, Including some that teaturea a Ducket and bells prigaue buckets and trash cans with drums sticks and hammer mallets. PHOTO BY JENNIFER STULTZ MENTORING DAY Students get first hand job experience experience what it would imal Veterinarian Clinic imals. Patton likes all gose oprattr bure co n be like to work at those4。for their business. Stu- kinds ofanimals and said businesses. They asked dents got a tour of the fa- she learned a lot from the Eager students invaded questions and got some cility, learned what hap experience. Watching the businesses all over Pratt hands on experience with pens in an examination, snake eat the mouse im- By Gale Rose Tuesday, October 24 as various operations. to handle various an- pressed her the most. they looked for future job opportunities on Disabil- ity Mentoring Day Paola Luna of Pratt imals and watched a Fernandez wants to be- come a veterinarian and snake eat a mouse. High School, Gina Pat- ton of Kingman High Luna said she was in. enjoyed learning every- terested in animal health and wanted to know more 2 Pratt and got first hand the Main Street Small An- about caring for hurt an- The 97 students from 12 schools fanned out across School and America Fer- nandez of St. John chose thing that veterinarians SEE MENTORING 6 Hospital Pharmacht for 41 yean 4 years Commbsloner for Pratt Planning and Zonlng Board of Appeals 3 years Pratt City Commisslon Graduate of Pratt High School and KU School of Pharmacy Past Member and President of Civic Groups and Organizations Experience and Knowledge of Financial Responsibility and Budgeting Supports Family Values, Education, and Business Growth Common Sease Approach for the Sustained Progress of Pratt ng Meyer y Commissioner 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️
America, Be Like, and Family: 38
 AJ
 @NCSox
 Writer: "ls it 'firsthand' or 'first hand'?"
 Editor: "Either one is fine."
 numbers, Including some that teaturea a Ducket and bells prigaue
 buckets and trash cans with drums sticks and hammer mallets. PHOTO BY JENNIFER STULTZ
 MENTORING DAY
 Students get first hand job experience
 experience what it would imal Veterinarian Clinic imals. Patton likes all
 gose oprattr bure co n be like to work at those4。for their business. Stu- kinds ofanimals and said
 businesses. They asked dents got a tour of the fa- she learned a lot from the
 Eager students invaded questions and got some cility, learned what hap experience. Watching the
 businesses all over Pratt hands on experience with pens in an examination, snake eat the mouse im-
 By Gale Rose
 Tuesday, October 24 as various operations.
 to handle various an-
 pressed her the most.
 they looked for future job
 opportunities on Disabil-
 ity Mentoring Day
 Paola Luna of Pratt imals and watched a Fernandez wants to be-
 come a veterinarian and
 snake eat a mouse.
 High School, Gina Pat-
 ton of Kingman High
 Luna said she was in. enjoyed learning every-
 terested in animal health
 and wanted to know more
 2 Pratt and got first hand the Main Street Small An- about caring for hurt an-
 The 97 students from 12
 schools fanned out across
 School and America Fer-
 nandez of St. John chose
 thing that veterinarians
 SEE MENTORING 6
 Hospital Pharmacht for 41 yean
 4 years Commbsloner for Pratt Planning and Zonlng Board of Appeals
 3 years Pratt City Commisslon
 Graduate of Pratt High School and KU School of Pharmacy
 Past Member and President of Civic Groups and Organizations
 Experience and Knowledge of Financial Responsibility and Budgeting
 Supports Family Values, Education, and Business Growth
 Common Sease Approach for the Sustained Progress of Pratt
 ng Meyer
 y Commissioner
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America, Family, and Future: 38 AJ @NCSox Writer: "Is it 'firsthand' or 'first hand'?" Editor: "Either one is fine." numbers, Including some that featurea a pucket and betls origaue oi yww buckets and trash cans with drums sticks and hammer mallets. PHOTO BY JENNIFER STULTZ MENTORING DAY Students get first hand job experience imal Veterinarian Clinic imals. Patton likes all kinds ofanimals and said she learned a lot from the experience. Watching the snake eat the mouse im- By Gale Rose grosespratttribune.com experience what it would belietoworkat those4。for their business. Stu- businesses, They asked dents got a tour of the fa- questions and got some cility, learned what hap- hands on experience with pens in an examination, Eager students invaded businesses all over Pratt Tuesday, Oetober 24 as various operations. got to handle various an- pressed her the most. they looked for future job opportunities on Disabil- ity Mentoring Day.ton of Kingman High Luna said she was in Paola Luna of Pratt imals and watched a High Sehool, Gina Pat- snake eat a mouse. Fernandez wants to be- come a veterinarian and enjoyed learning every- thing that veterinarians School and Ämerica Fer- nandez of St. John chose the Main Street Small An- terested in animal health The 97 students from 12 schools fanned out across Pratt and got first hand and wanted to know more about caring for hurt an- SEE MENTORING. 6 Hospital Pharmacht for 41 yeary 4 years Commisioner for Pratt Planning and Zoning Board of Appeals 3 years Pratt City Commission Graduate of Pratt High School and KU School of Pharmacy Past Member and President of Civic Groups and Organizations Experience and Knowledge of Financial Responsiblity and Budgeting Supports Family Values, Education, and Business Growth Common Sense Approach for the Sustained Progress of Pratt g Meyer ty Commissioner follow my 2nd page @ship
America, Family, and Future: 38
 AJ
 @NCSox
 Writer: "Is it 'firsthand' or 'first hand'?"
 Editor: "Either one is fine."
 numbers, Including some that featurea a pucket and betls origaue oi yww
 buckets and trash cans with drums sticks and hammer mallets. PHOTO BY JENNIFER STULTZ
 MENTORING DAY
 Students get first hand job experience
 imal Veterinarian Clinic imals. Patton likes all
 kinds ofanimals and said
 she learned a lot from the
 experience. Watching the
 snake eat the mouse im-
 By Gale Rose
 grosespratttribune.com
 experience what it would
 belietoworkat those4。for their business. Stu-
 businesses, They asked dents got a tour of the fa-
 questions and got some cility, learned what hap-
 hands on experience with pens in an examination,
 Eager students invaded
 businesses all over Pratt
 Tuesday, Oetober 24 as various operations. got to handle various an- pressed her the most.
 they looked for future job
 opportunities on Disabil-
 ity Mentoring Day.ton of Kingman High Luna said she was in
 Paola Luna of Pratt imals and watched a
 High Sehool, Gina Pat- snake eat a mouse.
 Fernandez wants to be-
 come a veterinarian and
 enjoyed learning every-
 thing that veterinarians
 School and Ämerica Fer-
 nandez of St. John chose
 the Main Street Small An-
 terested in animal health
 The 97 students from 12
 schools fanned out across
 Pratt and got first hand
 and wanted to know more
 about caring for hurt an-
 SEE MENTORING. 6
 Hospital Pharmacht for 41 yeary
 4 years Commisioner for Pratt Planning and Zoning Board of Appeals
 3 years Pratt City Commission
 Graduate of Pratt High School and KU School of Pharmacy
 Past Member and President of Civic Groups and Organizations
 Experience and Knowledge of Financial Responsiblity and Budgeting
 Supports Family Values, Education, and Business Growth
 Common Sense Approach for the Sustained Progress of Pratt
 g Meyer
 ty Commissioner
follow my 2nd page @ship

follow my 2nd page @ship