In Reaktion auf eine nicht-polizeiliche Suche mittels Plakaten und Internet versucht die kriminelle, polizeigewaltliebende, menschenrechtverachtende, insolvenzverschleppende BRD-(Justiz-)Mafia nun, die Sache umzukehren. Auf einmal sind die Polizisten, die am 30.09.2010 im Stuttgarter Schlosspark die Wasserwerfer gesteuert haben, die Opfer! Doch bei dem Strafbefehl hat die BRD-Mafia es nicht vermeiden können, auch die Namen der Gewalttäter zu benennen:
fühlen sich beleidigt und haben gegen den Initiator der Plakataktion Strafanzeige gestellt. Außerdem beklagen sie üble Nachrede und Verstoß gegen das Kunsturheberrecht, weil die Plakate Portrait-Fotos von ihnen zeigten. Wie man hier sieht, versucht die BRD-Mafia, die Situation umzukehren. Tatsächlich angeklagt sind jedoch die oben genannten Polizisten wegen Verstoß gegen die Menschenwürde und schwerster Körperverletzung in zahlreichen Fällen. Ein Mann verlor sein Augenlicht. Angeklagt sind auch die in dieser Pressemitteilung genannten Männer KHK Sitzler (D 2.2), KHK Schwarz (D 2.2), POK Bittgen (D 3.4) der Polizei Stuttgart, sowie POK Eberh (PP Oberesslingen), und Frau Hetkon (Stadt Esslingen) wegen Hausfriedensbruch, Hausdurchsuchung ohne Legitimation (richterliche Unterschrift fehlte) und schwerer Geschäftsschädigung. Auch die Aussage auf den Plakaten, dass sich Kriminelle immer gegenseitig schützen, dürfte damit wohl bestätigt sein. Denn sonst wäre eine solche irrsinnige Strafanzeige wohl gar nicht erst angenommen worden. Jetzt ist klar: Die Staatsanwaltschaft schützt ihre gewalttätigen Polizisten, anstatt sich von diesen zu distanzieren.
Die BRD-Chaoten bekommen jetzt erstmal einen Konkludentenvertrag. Sollte mir etwas zustoßen, werden wir bei der Staatsanwaltschaft mit zwei schönen neuen, einsatzbereiten Wasserwerfern vorfahren. Wenn man sich mal so die Machenschaften des Herrn Sitzlers durchliest (z. B. hier), bekommt man schnell einen Eindruck von der Skrupellosigkeit dieser Justizmafia.
Sie können sich auf dem Laufenden halten unter Tel. 0711 46051979 (bitte erst abends anrufen). Für Beschwerden gegen das Vorgehen der BRD-Justizwillkür wählen Sie die Telefonnummer der Polizei Stuttgart: 0711 8990-0. Die Parkschützer wollen im Übrigen immer noch nichts von der Sache wissen und lassen weiterhin Jammerer wie Dieter Reicherter ans Mikrofon. Quizfrage: In welchem Stadium reagiert ein System derart verzweifelt wie dieses? – Antwort: Bei seinem eigenen Untergang. Die Strafvorwürfe sind natürlich vollkommen lächerlich, da jeder Mensch nach BGB dazu angehalten ist, Kriminelle zu suchen und festzusetzen.
Unbreakable Dreams With Rachele Brooke Smith and Bianca and Chiara Dambrosio.
- Unbreakable Dreams w/ Rachele Brooke Smith – All episodes
How much does the first hour of every day matter? As it turns out, a lot. It can be the hour you see everything clearly, get one real thing done, and focus on the human side of work rather than your task list.
Remember when you used to have a period at the beginning of every day to think about your schedule, catch up with friends, maybe knock out a few tasks? It was called home room, and it went away after high school. But many successful people schedule themselves a kind of grown-up home room every day. You should too.
The first hour of the workday goes a bit differently for Craig Newmark of Craigslist, David Karp of Tumblr, motivational speaker Tony Robbins, career writer (and Fast Company blogger) Brian Tracy, and others, and they’ll tell you it makes a big difference. Here are the first items on their daily to-do list.
Don’t Check Your Email for the First Hour. Seriously. Stop That.
Tumblr founder David Karp will “try hard” not to check his email until 9:30 or 10 a.m., according to an Inc. profile of him. “Reading e-mails at home never feels good or productive,” Karp said. “If something urgently needs my attention, someone will call or text me.”
Not all of us can roll into the office whenever our Vespa happens to get us there, but most of us with jobs that don’t require constant on-call awareness can trade e-mail for organization and single-focus work. It’s an idea that serves as the title of Julie Morgenstern’s work management book Never Check Email In The Morning, and it’s a fine strategy for leaving the office with the feeling that, even on the most over-booked days, you got at least one real thing done.
If you need to make sure the most important messages from select people come through instantly, AwayFind can monitor your inbox and get your attention when something notable arrives. Otherwise, it’s a gradual but rewarding process of training interruptors and coworkers not to expect instantaneous morning response to anything they send in your off-hours.
Gain Awareness, Be Grateful
One smart, simple question on curated Q & A site Quora asked “How do the most successful people start their day?”. The most popular response came from a devotee of Tony Robbins, the self-help guru who pitched the power of mindful first-hour rituals long before we all had little computers next to our beds.
Robbins suggests setting up an “Hour of Power,” “30 Minutes to Thrive,” or at least “Fifteen Minutes to Fulfillment.” Part of it involves light exercise, part of it involves motivational incantations, but the most accessible piece involves 10 minutes of thinking of everything you’re grateful for: in yourself, among your family and friends, in your career, and the like. After that, visualize “everything you want in your life as if you had it today.”
Robbins offers the “Hour of Power” segment of his Ultimate Edge series as a free audio stream (here’s the direct MP3 download). Blogger Mike McGrath also wrote a concise summary of the Hour of Power). You can be sure that at least some of the more driven people you’ve met in your career are working on Robbins’ plan.
Do the Big, Shoulder-Sagging Stuff First
Brian Tracy’s classic time-management book Eat That Frog gets its title from a Mark Twain saying that, if you eat a live frog first thing in the morning, you’ve got it behind you for the rest of the day, and nothing else looks so bad. Gina Trapani explained it well in a video for her Work Smart series). Combine that with the concept of getting one thing done before you wade into email, and you’ve got a day-to-day system in place. Here’s how to force yourself to stick to it:
Choose Your Frog
“Choose your frog, and write it down on a piece of paper that you’ll see when you arrive back at your desk in the morning, Tripani advises.“If you can, gather together the material you’ll need to get it done and have that out, too.”
One benefit to tackling that terrible, weighty thing you don’t want to do first thing in the morning is that you get some space from the other people involved in that thing–the people who often make the thing more complicated and frustrating. Without their literal or figurative eyes over your shoulder, the terrible thing often feels less complex, and you can get more done.
Ask Yourself If You’re Doing What You Want to Do
Feeling unfulfilled at work shouldn’t be something you realize months too late, or even years. Consider making an earnest attempt every morning at what the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs told a graduating class at Stanford to do:
When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: “If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right.” It made an impression on me, and since then, for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And whenever the answer has been “No” for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.
“Customer Service” (or Your Own Equivalent)
Craigslist founder Craig Newmark answered the first hour question succinctly: “Customer service.” He went on to explain (or expand) that he also worked on current projects, services for military families and veterans, and protecting voting rights. But customer service is what Newmark does every single day at Craigslist, responding to user complaints and smiting scammers and spammers. He almost certainly has bigger fish he could pitch in on every day, but Newmark says customers service “anchors me to reality.”
Your own version of customer service might be keeping in touch with contacts from year-ago projects, checking in with coworkers you don’t regularly interact with, asking questions of mentors, and just generally handling the human side of work that quickly gets lost between task list items. But do your customer service on the regular, and you’ll have a more reliable roster of helpers when the time comes.
Es ist alternativlos.
Aber es sichert Arbeitsplätze.
Das Wirtschaftswachstum hat höchste Priorität.
Wir leben in einer Demokratie.
Es gibt ja Meinungsfreiheit.
Das ist alles demokratisch legitimiert.
Wir müssen überwacht werden, um die Terroristen zu fangen.
Deine Stimme zählt.
Weitere Vorschläge gerne in den Kommentar, egal wie lächerlich, egal wie plump, Hauptsache überzeugend!
Habe ich richtig gehört? Die tagesschau vom 14. Mai stellt die präventive Amputation der weiblichen Brust als bestes Mittel vor, um vor (Brust)Krebs geschützt zu sein?! Als Beispiel wird Angelina Jolie genannt, die sich aus Angst vor Brustkrebs beide Brüste amputieren lies… nur aufgrund ihrer Angst und einer angeblich vorhandenen (aber nichtssagenden) genetischen Veranlagung (?!?!?!) Das hat die tagesschau-Redaktion doch ganz anders gemeint. Oder sollten junge Frauen jetzt dazu gebracht werden, sich wegen irgendwelcher Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnungen bei genetischen Veranlagungen Körperteile abnehmen zu lassen? Diese ARD wird immer unverantwortlicher. Ich fühle mich bestätigt. Alleine dieser tagesschau-Beitrag rechtfertigt es, 100 Jahre keine GEZ zu zahlen. Nächster Schritt: Sofort raus aus dem Krankheitssystem. So ein menschenunwürdiges System hat keinen Cent an Beiträgen verdient. Die NWO-Fetischisten in der ARD haben diesen Beitrag absichtlich ausgewählt, denn sie könnte es besser wissen.
Developing good habits is the basic of personal development and growth. Everything we do is the result of a habit that was previously taught to us. Unfortunately, not all the habits that we have are good, that’s why we are constantly trying to improve. The following is a list of 30 practical habits that can make a huge difference in your life. You should treat this list as a reference, and implement just one habit per month. This way you will have the time to fully absorb each of them, while still seeing significant improvements each month.
- Exercise 30 minutes every day. Especially if you don’t do much movement while working, it’s essential that you get some daily exercise. 30 minutes every day are the minimum recommended for optimal health.
- Eat breakfast every day. Breakfast is the more important meal of the day, yet so many people skip it. Personally, I like to eat a couple of toasts in the morning along with a fruit beverage.
- Sleep 8 hours. Sleep deprivation is never a good idea. You may think that you are gaining time by sleeping less, when in reality you are only gaining stress and tiredness. 8 hours are a good number of hours for most people, along with an optional 20 minutes nap after lunch.
- Avoid snacking between meals. Snacking between meals is the best way to gain weight. If you are hungry, eat something concrete. Otherwise don’t. Update: for clarification, I mean don’t eat junk food between meals, but eating real food it’s ok.
- Eat five portions of fruits and vegetables every day. Our body and brain loves getting vegetables and fruit, so I highly recommend eating as much of them as possible. Five portions is the dose that’s usually recommended by many health associations.
- Eat fish. Fish is rich of omega 3 and other healthy elements. At least one meal per week of fish should be enough for getting all these nutrients.
- Drink one glass of water when you wake up. When you wake up, your body is dehydrated and needs liquid. Make the habit of drinking one glass of water after you wake up in the morning. Also, drink more during the day.
- Avoid soda. Soda is often one of the most unhealthy beverage you can find. Limit your consumption of soda as much as possible and you’re body will be grateful for that.
- Keep your body clean. I don’t advise spending your day in front of the mirror, but a minimum of personal care does never hurt.
- If you smoke, stop it. There’s no reason to smoke anymore, and quitting is possible.
- If you drink, stop it. Same as above. Don’t think that alcohol will solve your problems. It never does. The only exception is one glass of wine per day during meals.
- Take the stairs. This is just a hack that forces you to do a minimum of exercise. Instead of taking the elevator, take the stairs.
- Use an inbox system. Make the habit of keeping track of all the ideas and things that comes to mind. You can use a notebook to do this, and then sync everything on your computer.
- Prioritize. If you have a list of things to do, where do you start? One way is to prioritize your list. If you are in doubt, ask yourself: “If I could only accomplish one thing today, what would it be?”
- Plan, but not too much. Planning is important, and you should decide in advance what you are going to do today or this week. However, planning for more than a few weeks is usually inefficient, so I would not worry too much about that.
- Wake up early. Waking up early in the morning is a great way to gain extra time. I personally like to wake up at 5 am, so that by 9 am I have already accomplished what otherwise would have taken me many days.
- Check your email only twice per day. Email can easily become an addiction, but it’s usually unnecessary to check it every 10 minutes. Make an effort and check your email only once or twice per day, see if the world will still rotate as before after you try this.
- Eliminate unimportant tasks. Being busy all day does not mean you are doing important stuff. Eliminate every activity that’s not important, and focus on what really matters.
- Clean off your desk and room. Having a clear room and desk is important to maintain focus and creativity.
- Automate. There are a lot of tasks that you need to perform every day or every week. Try to automate them as much as possible.
- Set strict deadlines. When you do something, decide in advance when you’re going to stop. There’s a rule that states that you will fulfill all the time you have available for completing a task, so make an habit of setting strict deadlines for maximizing your productivity.
- Take one day off per week. Instead of working every day, take one day off per week (for example sunday) where you are not going to turn on your computer. Use that time for doing recreational activities like going for a walk.
Personal Development habits
- Read 1 book per week. Reading is a good way to keep your brain active. With just 30 minutes per day you should be able to read one book per week, or more than 50 books per year.
- Solve puzzles. Quizzes, word games, etc. are all good ways to exercise your brain.
- Think positively. You are what you think, all the time.
- Make fast decisions. Instead of thinking for one hour wherever you are going to do something, make your decisions as fast as possible (usually less than 1 minute).
- Wait before buying. Waiting 48 hours before buying anything is a tremendous money saver, try it.
- Meditate 30 minutes per day. A great way to gain clearness and peace is through meditation. 30 minutes are not a lot, but enough to get you started with meditation.
- Start a blog. Blogging is one of the best way to put your word out. It doesn’t have to be around a specific topic, even a personal blog will do.
- Build a portfolio. If your job is creating stuff, building a portfolio is a great way to show what you are capable of. You can also contribute stuff for free if that applies to your work.
Daniel Crosby is founder of IncBlot Organizational Psychology, a management consultancy headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. IncBlot is comprised of a team of organizational psychologists with expertise in helping business select exceptional people, perfect their existing talent base through coaching and training, and persuade through leveraging behavioral science. IncBlot works with an exceptional group of businesses including Morgan Stanley/Smith Barney, Guardian Life Insurance, Grant Thornton, Raytheon, Appleton Learning, and Digium. Daniel is a Huntsville native schooled at Brigham Young and Emory Universities. Dr. Crosby is a featured contributor for Monster.com and the Huntsville Times as well as a performance psychologist for Team USA at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)