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first_img Tagged with: corporate Donated goods Recycling Ladbrokes donates its staff uniforms for reuse Howard Lake | 2 February 2013 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Betting shop company Ladbrokes has donated 7,500 of its new staff uniform shirts, following a rebranding, to be distributed to charities in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe.Rather than dump the clothing, the company donated them via the East London Community Recycling Partnership (ELCRP). The charity will de-tag the shirts to remove logos and name badges and then distribute them. The shirts were collected from 540 Ladbrokes shops throughout East London and the South East. The not-for-profit ELCRP said that the project had also created employment opportunities, providing jobs to the long term unemployed and people with learning difficulties. Advertisementcenter_img Ladbrokes has been working with ELCRP on other projects too. In Newham, 17 of its shops are trialling an ELCRP scheme which collects its waste food and paper/cardboard. Compost produced is used directly by the local community in gardens, parks and open spaces. Meanwhile, any profit from the organisation is reinvested or spent improving the local community.www.elcrp-recycling.com  90 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more


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first_img Follow the news on Libya September 29, 2016 LIBYA – RSF and LCFP distribute 200 “press” vests in Libya News News “Our organization is pleased to be establishing this partnership with the LCFP,” said Yasmine Kacha, the head of RSF’s North Africa desk. “We hope this activity will help improve the extremely difficulty conditions in which Libya’s professional and non-professional journalists operate.” LCFP director Mohamed Najem added: “This material will assist journalists, who are too often abandoned by the authorities and who are not given enough training by the media outlets that employ them. We hope this will help to reduce the number of abuses against journalists in Libya, which is still very high.” According to the tally kept by RSF and the LCFP, two journalists have been killed, eight journalists have been physically attacked and two media outlets have been ransacked by state or non-state actors so far this year in Libya. Crimes of violence against journalists usually go unpunished. In a recent press release, RSF urged Libyan journalists to take personal responsibility for their own safety by paying heed to the recommendations in the Safety Guide for JournalistsSafety Guide for Journalists, which RSF and UNESCO updated last December. Created in 2014, theLibyan Centre for Freedom of Press is based in Tripoli. It produces quarterly and annual reports on media freedom violations, organizes campaigns aimed at increasing awareness of the right to provide news and information, and lobbies the Libyan authorities. The French Development Agency (AFD) is supporting the activities designed to improve safety for Libyan journalists. Libya is ranked 164th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. Receive email alerts Well-known Libyan journalist missing since his arrest LibyaMiddle East – North Africa Activities in the fieldCondemning abusesProtecting journalistsEvents Armed conflictsImpunityPredatorsViolenceFreedom of expression After a round-table in Tripoli today on the safety of journalists in conflict zones, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the Libyan Centre for Freedom of Press (LCFP) distributed 200 “Press” vests and copies of RSF’s Safety Guide for Journalists. LibyaMiddle East – North Africa Activities in the fieldCondemning abusesProtecting journalistsEvents Armed conflictsImpunityPredatorsViolenceFreedom of expression Help by sharing this information News Organisation to go further News RSF_en On Libyan revolution’s 10th anniversary, authorities urged to guarantee press freedom Six imprisoned journalists to finally appear in court in Istanbul February 23, 2021 Find out more June 24, 2020 Find out more December 17, 2019 Find out morelast_img read more


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first_imgNews News Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire Two Pakistani journalists, Rab Nawaz Joya and Javed Kanwal Chandor, have been held since 10 November in a police station in Okara district, in the northeastern province of Punjab. Although charged with theft and fraud, they were arrested for helping Pakistani and international news media get background information about Ajmal Kasab, a participant in the November 2008 terrorist attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai.In the immediate aftermath of the attacks, the Pakistani government denied that Kasab was of Pakistani origin.“It is intolerable that two Pakistani journalists are being treated like criminals for helping to establish the truth about the only surviving member of the Mumbai attackers commando,” Reporters Without Borders said. “This information may have been embarrassing for the Pakistani authorities, but it is unacceptable that these two reporters are being held just for doing their duty as journalists.”The press freedom organisation added: “The absurd charges brought against them fail to conceal the real motive for their arrest. We call for them to be freed without delay and for all the charges to be dropped.”Joya, a correspondent for the Urdu-language newspaper Akhbar Al-Mashriq, and Chandor, a Dunya News TV reporter, are accused of trying to steal money and a mobile phone from a car parked outside the Depalpur Press Club, of which Joya is the president and Chandor is the secretary general. They are also accused of embezzling public funds.Lahore-based journalists who spoke to them in the police station where they are being held in very poor conditions quoted them as saying they were being punished for “helping national and international media know more about Ajmal Kasab” and for helping reporters to get to Faridkot, the village near Depalpur where Kasab is from.“Since then we are facing hostility from people in the security agencies and local administration,” the two journalists added. Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists June 2, 2021 Find out more News Receive email alerts Organisation RSF_en to go furthercenter_img PakistanAsia – Pacific Help by sharing this information November 13, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two journalists held after helping media probe Mumbai attacker’s background PakistanAsia – Pacific April 21, 2021 Find out more Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder News Follow the news on Pakistan January 28, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more


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first_imgAlumni can vote this spring for a new group of Harvard Overseers and Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) elected directors.Ballots will be sent no later than April 1. Completed ballots must be received by 5 p.m. E.D.T. on May 21 to be counted. All holders of Harvard degrees, except Corporation members and officers of instruction and government at Harvard, are entitled to vote for Overseer candidates. The election for HAA directors is open to all Harvard degree holders.Candidates for Overseer may also be nominated by petition. Eligible voters may go to elections.harvard.edu for more information. The deadline for all petitions is Feb. 1.The HAA Nominating Committee has proposed the following candidates in 2019:For Overseer:Danguole Spakevicius Altman ’81, magna cum laudeFounder, Vapogenix Inc.Houston, TexasAlice Hm Chen, M.P.H. ’01Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Director, San Francisco Health NetworkBerkeley, Calif.Scott C. Collins ’87 magna cum laude, J.D. ’90 cum laudeManaging Director and Chief Operating Officer, Summit PartnersBostonJanet Echelman ’87 magna cum laudeVisual Artist, Studio EchelmanBrookline, Mass.Vivian Hunt, DBE, ’89 cum laude, M.B.A. ’95Managing Partner, U.K. and Ireland, McKinsey & Company, Inc.London, England Tyler Jacks ’83 magna cum laudeDirector, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridge, Mass.John B. King Jr. ’96 (’95) magna cum laudePresident and Chief Executive Officer, The Education TrustWashington, D.C.Reshma Saujani, M.P.P. ’99Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Girls Who CodeNew York, N.Y.Ryan Wise, Ed.L.D. ’13Director, Iowa Department of EducationDes Moines, IowaFor Elected Director:George C. Alex ’81 cum laudeChief Executive Officer, Twin Oaks CapitalCohasset, Mass.Bryan C. Barnhill II ’08City Manager of the City Solutions Group, Ford Smart MobilityDetroit, Mich.Ethel Billie Branch ’01 cum laude, J.D. ’08, M.P.P. ’08Attorney General, The Navajo NationWindow Rock, Ariz. Salomé Cisnal de Ugarte, L.L.M. ’94Managing Partner, Hogan LovellsBrussels, Belgium Adrienne E. Dominguez ’90 cum laudePartner, Intellectual Property, Thompson & Knight LLPDallas, TexasMichael J. Gaw ’90 magna cum laudeAssistant Director, Division of Trading and Markets, U.S. Securities and Exchange CommissionAlexandria, Va.Christina Lewis ’02 cum laudeFounder and Chief Executive Officer, All Star CodeNew York, N.Y.Zandile H. Moyo ’00 cum laudeConsultant, Strategy & Financial Advisory ServicesIndian Springs, Ala. Derek C.M. van Bever, M.B.A. ’88, M.Div. ’11Senior Lecturer and Director of the Forum for Growth & Innovation, Harvard Business SchoolCambridge, Mass.The HAA nominating committee has nominated nine candidates for Overseer rather than the usual eight. That reflects an additional vacancy created by the departure of James Hildreth, who stepped down because of other professional obligations.last_img read more


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first_imgDell EMC Data Protection has been named an Advanced Technology Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). AWS Technology Partners provide software solutions that are hosted on, or integrated with, the AWS platform.As an Advanced Technology Partner in the APN, Dell EMC’s integration with AWS creates a powerful cloud backup and recovery solution so customers can deploy and scale the right-sized cloud data protection strategy. Dell EMC Data Protection helps customers protect workloads on AWS to enable greater operational efficiency, performance and scalability throughout the entire cloud journey.Dell EMC offers a complete portfolio of cloud solutions and services for protecting our customers’ data as they embark upon their digital transformations to the cloud including:Cloud backupCloud disaster recoveryCloud tiering and long-term retentionVMware Cloud on AWS data protectionSuperior Deduplication: Brings together industry-leading deduplication (average 55:1 deduplication rate) for data residing both on premise and in the cloud, Dell EMC Data Protection boosts performance and throughput while reducing the consumption of object storage required by up to 71 percent when doing a backup – all sent encrypted to Amazon S3.Increased Efficiency: A single protection instance that can support up to 6 PB of data in Amazon S3. Additional instances can easily be deployed to increase overall scale and flexibility. For additional efficiency, Dell EMC can protect up to 2,000 clients and 1,000 concurrent sessions with a single protection server.Lowest TCO: Customers can lower their monthly in-cloud data protection costs up to 68 percent when compared to other leading competitors.*Most recently, Oath, Inc., a global enterprise digital media company, was able to reduce its data protection costs by 67 percent while realizing increases in scalability and overall performance. Oath now protects a massive AWS environment, including over 40,000 instances of Amazon EC2 and Amazon EBS, and over 70 petabytes of data stored on Amazon S3, with Dell EMC.Customers like Oath turn to Dell EMC and AWS to enhance its speed, scale, flexibility, availability, and resiliency while gaining powerful enterprise data protection for its cloud workloads.ResourcesRegister for our May 15 Webinar: 70 Petabytes, One Cloud Backup Solution: The Oath StoryDell EMC & AWS Microsite: www.dellemc.com/awsProtect VMware Cloud on AWS – learn more.Discover Your Cost to Protect in the Cloud – TCO CalculatorVisit Dell EMC in the AWS Marketplace*Economic Value of In-Cloud Data Protectionlast_img read more


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first_imgCamp for military kidsThe first is “Operation 4-H: Joint Forces at the Falls,” a week of4-H camp designed just for military kids. The camp is funded by agrant from the National 4-H headquarters, the U.S. Department ofAgriculture, U.S. Army Child and Youth Services, U.S. Air ForceFamily Member Programs and the UGA Colleges of Agricultural andEnvironmental Sciences and Family and Consumer Sciences.Set for July 17-21 at Wahsega 4-H Center in Dahlonega, Ga., thecamp costs campers just $25 for the week. It’s open to youth ages11 – 13 whose parent(s) are currently deployed, soon to be deployedor have recently returned from deployment by the National Guard,Air Guard, Army Reserve or any active duty branch of service.”This camp will especially benefit children of parents who arewhatwe call ‘suddenly military,'” said Mandy Marable, UGA Extension andState Military Liaison. “Suddenly military kids are those who,prior to this experience, have never experienced their guard orreserve parent being deployed. While our focus is heavily guard andreserve, we are opening the camp to any young person who has had aparent deployed.” In the past, these children’s parents have been soldiers who servetheir country by spending one weekend a month or one training weekeach summer away from home, Marable said.This is the second year the military kids camp will be held innorth Georgia. Houston County Extension, under the direction ofcounty Extension agent Peggy Bledsoe, previously offered a similarcamp experience for two years. By Sharon OmahenUniversity of GeorgiaParades lined the streets and bright yellow ribbons adorned oaktrees when Georgia’s 48th Infantry Brigade returnedhome this month.As these families celebrated, others still wait for loved ones tocome home, and they continue to adjust to daily life withoutthem.With these families in mind, Georgia 4-H is offering two programsthrough Operation Military Kids, an organization for children whoseparents are, or have been, deployed. Hero thank you packsHero Packs, the second OMK program, is a service-learning projectthat pairs Georgia 4-H’ers with military kids across the state. “Hero Packs are care packages made to thank and salute childrenwith deployed parents for their sacrifices and contributions whiletheir parent is deployed in the service of our country,” Marablesaid.Hero Packs is a joint project between Georgia 4-H and the Boys&Girls Clubs of Georgia. Together the organizations will distribute900 backpacks across the state.A Hero Pack is a backpack filled with a variety of items rangingfrom disposable cameras, journals and pens to 4-H teddy bears andbandanas. The packs also include coping and adjustment material forthe student to share with their parent.Georgia 4-Hers also made 900 friendship bracelets to includein theHero Packs. And they wrote personal thank you letters to include,too.”One junior 4-Her wrote 50 letters,” Marable said. “He feltconnected to the project and other military kids because his fatheris deployed.”Marable says 4-H agents across the state are distributing half ofthe Hero Packs on behalf of Georgia 4-H. “The 4-H agents know the military families in theircommunities andcan give a face to the project,” she said. “Of course, each studentwho attends the Operation Joint Forces at the Falls camp will geta hero pack. Our goal is for these projects to help military kidsin our state cope with the adjustments they are going through.”For more information on either project, contact Georgia 4-H at706-542-4H4H (4444).last_img read more


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first_imgThere’s a small planetary object where it shouldn’t be.  New Scientist reported the discovery of a Kuiper Belt object (KBO) with a high inclination of 47° and a nearly circular orbit.  Astronomers can’t figure out how it got there.  It’s too far out to have been flung by Neptune into such a strange orbit.  They have nicknamed it Buffy, the “theory slayer.”Theories are fun, till data get in the way.  One planetary science professor years ago was heard to say that astronomers usually get stuck at some point in their models of solar system formation, and have to invoke some kind of miracle to continue on and wind up with the real worlds.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img


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first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Today, the American Tree Farm System (ATFS) announced the 2018 National Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year. This year’s honorees are Randy and Koral Clum of east central Ohio. The Clums have been sustainably managing Hepatica Falls Tree Farm, their 152-acre certified forestland in southwestern Harrison County, since they purchased the property in 1993.While Randy and Koral Clum had spent much of their careers in forestry, they hadn’t managed their own property until they acquired their tree farm. Since then, they’ve been dedicated to creating a working forest that produces high-quality timber while managing for water, wildlife and recreation, as well as using their woodland to educate others about the benefits of the forest and good management principles.“It’s an amazing honor and I feel blessed to have worked with all the people that we’ve worked with. We are honored to be recognized in this way,” Koral Clum said.Randy Clum added, “What’s been important to us about the American Tree Farm System is the education component. It’s a way to meet other tree farmers, to expand their knowledge, to expose them to bigger and better things, and to what other tree farmers have been doing for the last few decades. It’s good principles. It’s good standards. It’s what tree farming’s all about, clean air, clean water, timber, recreation, aesthetics all rolled into one package.”Randy and Koral Clum are frequent speakers on forest management during seminars, field days, and other educational workshops. The couple also has served on numerous advisory boards and held officer positions for organizations such as Ohio Society of American Foresters, Ohio Tree Farm Committee, Ohio Farm Bureau, and the East Central Ohio Forestry Association. Sharing their love of forestry has grown over the years, and recently Randy has adopted social media to engage and educate others who want to know more about family forest ownership and best management practices.“The Clums are model landowners who have done great work on their land, for sustainable wood, clean water, improved wildlife habitat, and recreation,” said Tom Martin, President and CEO of the American Forest Foundation, the non-profit conservation group that manages the American Tree Farm System. “Randy and Koral have been terrific stewards of their land and have also taken that a step further to reach out to their neighbors and their community to all work together to make our forests healthier. This type of sharing and education is a key value of ATFS.”The Clums were nominated for the award by Jeremy Scherf, Service Forester for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry and 2016 National Tree Farm Inspector of the Year.“Hepatica Falls Tree Farm is one of the best managed properties around. So, when you think of forestry in Ohio, it’s hard not to think of Randy and Koral Clum. While they are foresters by profession, they are generous educators at heart,” Scherf said. “The Clums volunteer a lot of their time to educate others about forestry, both locally and statewide. The countless hours they spend donating their time to help teach others about our forests is remarkable.”Managing their land for timber sales, the Clums have adhered to the high standards of ATFS certification. This requires tree selection with consideration for forest health, spacing, risk, markets, aesthetics, wildlife, and long-term productivity. These best management practices and their love of the land have ensured erosion control near Stillwater Creek and they have protected and improved habitat for many wildlife species, including bobcat, coyote, river otter, deer, spring peepers, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, wood duck, turkey vulture, red-tailed hawk, pileated woodpecker, woodcock, barred owl, kingfisher, wren, towhee, scarlet tanager, goldfinch, hummingbird, and Louisiana water thrush.“Some people feel that cutting trees is hard on the wildlife, but in this part of Ohio, the missing component for a lot of wildlife is the early successional forest, the young trees,” Koral said. “We also leave cavity trees for birds, squirrels and other species.”Each year, ATFS recognizes four Regional Outstanding Tree Farmers out of the 73,000 Tree Farmers nationwide. This year, ATFS is proud to also recognize the regional awardees: Russell Black from Maine; Jon and Carol Gould from Florida; and Dan Kingsbury from Washington, along with the Clums.“Our past timber sales have been a blessing from the standpoint of creating more diversity as far as food and habitat. It has introduced so much diversity with edge effect and young successional stage for so many different species of not only animals, but also bird species, insects—pollinators. It just worked out better than we ever imagined,” Randy said.Individuals considered for the award must demonstrate exceptional efforts to preserve and enhance their woodlands, which conserves and enhances clean water and air, wildlife habitat, recreational activities, and the wood for homes and paper products that come from their land, all of which are exemplified on the ATFS sign.To learn more about the 2018 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year, visit: https://www.forestfoundation.org/2018-outstanding-tree-farmers .last_img read more


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first_imgGuide to Performing Bulk Email Verification A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit During the 2008 presidential campaign, politicians and reporters quickly discovered the power of Twitter. These days, Twitter has become yet another tool for politicians to get the word out about political initiatives and for reporters to reach out to their readers. In October, social media analytics firm Sysomos took a closer look at the political Twittersphere and how politicians like President Obama and California’s Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger use this tool and who they connect with on Twitter. frederic lardinois Tags:#news#twitter#web Related Posts The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Editor’s note: This story is part of a series we call Redux, where we’ll re-publish some of our best posts of 2009. As we look back at the year – and ahead to what next year holds – we think these are the stories that deserve a second glance. It’s not just a best-of list, it’s also a collection of posts that examine the fundamental issues that continue to shape the Web. We hope you enjoy reading them again and we look forward to bringing you more Web products and trends analysis in 2010. Happy holidays from Team ReadWriteWeb!Specifically, Sysomos’ Alex Cheng, Mark Evans and Nick Koudas were interested in examining who the most followed politicians on Twitter are and “how those within the political Twittersphere behave in terms of their follower/followed patterns.” In order to do so, they created a list of 168 accounts of influential politicians, reporters and bloggers from the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. that comprise the core of the political Twittersphere. Politicians with the most followersBarack Obama: 2,240,540Al Gore: 1,693,420John McCain: 1,425,419Media personalities with the most followersGeorge Stephanopoulos: 1,344,034Rachel Maddow: 1,287,323David Gregory: 1,244,844Obviously, we can’t really know if the fact that somebody follows somebody else actually means that they are reading all the updates and the political Twittersphere is arguably a bit larger than the sample that Sysomos looked at here. For this study, Sysomos only looked at accounts that had over 5,000 followers and the team acknowledges that it had to make some editorial choices to keep the study manageable. The fact that the map of all the connections between the 168 accounts weighs in at 16 MB shows the complexity of this study, so some editorial control was obviously necessary.Here are some of the highlights from the report:The PresidentWith over 2.33 million followers, President Barack Obama is the most followed politician on Twitter, though he is only being followed by 56 members of the 168-member political Twittersphere. Among Obama’s followers are Al Gore, Portland’s Mayor Sam Adams, London’s Mayor Boris Johnson and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Newt Gingrich also follows Obama’s updates, as does blogger Marc Parent (@mparent77772)There is probably a reason why relatively few political influencers follow Obama. After all, if you want updates from the president, his Twitter account is probably one of the worst ways of following him and most of the updates on Obama’s account aren’t very interesting. Other politicians like Schwarzenegger and John Boehner also update their accounts far more regularly.Politicians and Political Reporters Among politicians and reporters, ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos follows 105 members of the 168-member political Twittersphere Sysomos analyzed, followed by the Newshour (104), followed by John Boehner (98), the Huffington Post (98), and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (92). Within the political Twittersphere, Schwarzenegger is also the most followed politician and Stephanopoulos is the most followed media personality.Daryl Cagle, the cartoonist for MSNBC.com, is the #1 media personality that other reporters follow on Twitter.News OrganizationsBesides looking at individual reporters, Sysomos also examined the larger news organizations in the US. CNN’s Breaking News account (@cnnbrk) has over 2.75 million followers, followed by NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) with 1.51 million and Good Morning America (@gma) with 1.37 million. CNN doesn’t really follow anybody back, though, while the NPR Politics account follows close to 117,000 Twitter users and Newsweek (@newsweek) follows 97,000. The members of the political Twittersphere as identified by Sysomos that are most likely to be followed are the PBS Newshour account, the Huffington Post and the LA Times. last_img read more


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first_img Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now There is nothing you can do about the past. Living there means that you are not living here in the present. Whatever happened in the past is over, and reliving it in your mind changes nothing—except your state of mind.The future isn’t a good place to live either. Worrying about what will be, what will not be, what will happen, and what won’t doe not do anything to change the future. Worrying about the future isn’t useful. That leaves you with only one other option: Now.If you have done something you regret, something that causes you to feel negative emotions, that event occurred in the past. The only reason it changes your state is because you are reliving it and giving it more meaning. Allowing your focus to go there means your focus is not here, that you are not focused on now. Now is the only time where you can make amends for the mistakes you have made in the past, and it is the only time you can forgive yourself, should that be something you need to do.If you want to secure your future from the things you worry about and over which you have some level of control, you can only do the things now that will make a difference when that future arises. Worrying about things over which you have no control is to pull yourself out of the now to some imagined horror that isn’t even real; it is imagined. The only way you can improve your future is by doing something about it today, right now.Effectiveness now requires that you give yourself over to the present moment, refusing to be distracted, and refusing to distract yourself by being somewhere other than where you are right now. Stop reliving the past and do the important work now.last_img read more