I have listened to it on tape, I have skimmed the book and I have begun…

…getting things done. I think within a week or so I will start to work into the groove.

I need to decide and write down my inboxes, my processes and my task/project categories.

Likely inboxes
*email inboxes- gmail, scottbrenner.com, cable-safe.com, mail.yahoo.com, hotmail.com
*Voice mail- mobile phone & work lines
*Scrap paper- when other inboxes unavailable

#Do it (less than 2 minute rule)
#Schedule it in iCal or DayLite

*Personal Life
*Middle Term Goals
*Long Term Goals (Add to 43 Things)

I have been to New York several times but..

I need to get back to NYC again soon. Perhaps for the “New Yorker Fest”:http://festival.newyorker.com/schedule.cfm.

I went to the festival about 5 years ago. I think it was the inaugural year. I enjoyed it a great deal and I don’t understand why I haven’t been back since.

I love being Happy

I can’t recommend the power of happiness and joy enough. Falling asleep happy waking up happy are great feelings.

I know this is impossible but…

I need to take advantage of the books I already have.

I am ashamed of the all the books I have acquired but not read.

Podcasting is a rewarding hobby

I really enjoy the discipline of recording a regular podcast. The preparation is very rewarding.

You kind of have a bunch of people, listeners, depending on you to put out your podcast. The desire to not disappoint is a great motivator.

You can check out my weekday podcast at http://www.todayspodcast.com

This seems like a very beautiful festival


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When to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer in the Insurance Claim Process

You’ve seen the ads on television telling you to call an injury attorney if you’ve been injured in an accident and not to wait or you may lose your right to sue. The ads don’t usually specify under what circumstances you should do so or how much time you have. Here’s help in determining whether or not an auto accident attorney is advisable or necessary.

The simplest, most clear-cut claims really don’t require an attorney’s assistance. The simplicity lies in: a) clarity of liability (for example, the other guy was clearly at fault and acknowledges it); and/or b) injuries are minor with low medical bills and other expenses; and/or c) there are no extenuating circumstances requiring investigation, such as previously existing injuries to the same body parts, complicated scenario in the accident, uncertainties about coverage, or questions about the statute of limitations (the legal deadline for filing a lawsuit against the responsible party). You may not know these things right away. That’s why many injured claimants start out handling their own claim, only to hire the services of an attorney later. If you’ve been involved in an automobile accident, it is important to contact the best car accident attorney in New Jersey
It would be prudent to at least seek advice from an auto accident attorney when:
  • Liability is not clear or is shared between or among the parties.
  • You have no idea how to evaluate your claim.
  • The adjuster has asked you to provide medical records from prior to the accident.
  • The adjuster has made you an offer and you think your claim is worth a great deal more.
  • The adjuster is offering a structured settlement rather than a lump sum payment.
  • You are not confident in your ability to negotiate a settlement on your own behalf.
  • You have a claim of lost wages that is difficult to prove—for example, you are a consultant, a business owner, a sales person, etc.

It is imperative that you consult an auto accident attorney when:

  • There are extenuating circumstances that make your claim more valuable and you don’t know how to prove your loss (for example, you’re a caregiver and can no longer take care of your husband or sick mother).
  • The insurance company has denied your claim, you believe they are incorrect in their denial, and they will not reconsider.
  • The insurance company’s settlement offer is too low.
  • You are seriously injured with significant medical bills with or without residual disability.
  • You are moderately injured with residual disability and will incur future medical bills.
  • The injured party is a minor with more than slight injuries.
  • Liability is being disputed and you believe you are not responsible or are only partially responsible for the accident.
  • It’s been almost a year since your accident, you’re not close to settling your claim, and you don’t know what the statute of limitations is in your state.
  • The circumstances surrounding the accident are complex and may require expert investigation.
  • The other party to the accident has served you with a lawsuit.

If yours is not a clear-cut case, be sure to consult with an attorney before speaking to an insurance adjuster. Doing so will save you from making statements to the adjuster that may be damaging to your claim, statements that you may later regret.