Anthony Robbins University

Thursday, March 26, 2009

World Autism Awareness Day April the 2nd 2009

As a member of Bloggers Unite I am supporting World Autism Awareness Day. This year it will be held on April the 2nd.

I am giving the following link to anyone in Ireland who wishes to participate :

Monday, March 23, 2009

Weekend at Work

I spent Sat Morning delivering fliers for my business - over 500 went - A lot of walking for me but great exercise. When I get my camera phone to speak to my computer I will upload some of the photographs I took on my travels

Monday, March 16, 2009

The Missing Victory Log

Today, I managed to find my missing Victory Log. It forms an important part of my Personal Development Plan.

If you want to start keeping one, you should record everything that puts you one up as Stephen Potter would have said.

Examples of things you should record are :

Learning :

Tests, quizzes, class averages, awards, scholarships, IQ test scores (These improve with practice), Mind Maps, diplomas etc.

The Opposite Sex :

Was flirted with, phone call, etc.,

Sports :

Rugby Trys, hits, takedowns, baskets, goals, etc.

Work :

Promotions, sales, raises, savings etc.

Do these for all areas of your life -

Personal, Social, Physical development, Work, Emotional IQ, Mental development Spiritual practices and disciplines observed.

Do it and refer back daily to these victories - they will help keep you strong in your darkest hours.

Don't think that it is not important It is everything, everything.

I have never kept one of these before but I started this one in August of last year.
You can go back as far as you like - your 100 yd swimming cert is perfect.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Art and my friend Kevin

I have started to place art on my blogs to add interest and colour. There are Gadgets that allow you to place Art of the Day paintings on here and I have placed some on the blog but I have been able to track down the Blog of my friend Kevin Mc Sherry (see link). He places a painting on his blog every so often so it is worth checking out ! I also have found his official website and have included it in my list of sites (at the very end of this blog) Please check him out, he is original, unique and I am not the only one who believes that he is a genius !!!

Friday, March 6, 2009

FAQ Continued (Reprinted from D.MlveyOpticians Ltd Blog)

How Does My Optical Benefit Work ?

Optical Benefit is provided by the (Irish) State in two different ways.

The Medical Card (HSE, Department of Health)

If you are aged over 16 and are entitled to a Medical Card you can claim Optical Benefit through your local Health Service Executive (HSE) Health Centre. They will provide you with the application form. Alternatively, you can call in to us at 179 Crumlin Road Dublin 12 to collect a form here or telephone us at 01 4542306 or 0868532931 or email and we will post out an application form to you. Once you have completed the application, you then need to send it in to your local office or return it to us and we will forward it on for you. The HSE will process the application and return the Authorisation to you. Once you have that, you can call us to arrange an appointnent.

PPS (PRSI) Benefit (Department of Social & Family Affairs)

If you are working and paying PAYE and PRSI, provided you have enough contributions, you may claim Optical Benefit from the DSFA. It works exactly like the Medical Card Benefit and wou are covered for the same things. Application forms are available from us (as above) or from the Department of Social & Family Affairs, St Oliver Plunkett Road, Letterkenny, Co.Donegal.
You can Call them on Lo Call 1890 400 400 or locally in Dublin at 01 874 8444.

What Am I entitled to ?

Under both schemes, you are entitled to an eye examination and either a pair of distance spectacles and a pair of reading spectacles OR a pair of bifocal spectacles made up to the standard (Class 1) frame - completely free of charge.

If you wish to opt for more expensive frames, lenses, coatings etc., then you would have to pay the extra cost yourself.