Step 2 -One Clik Access -Evaluating


Step 2 Goals 1 2 3

Determining What You Have and What You Need

Setting Your Goals is a Major One-Clik System Success Point that points out the major areas involved in your life.

Once you’re at this point, you list & review all the information you just listed.  You can then identify if you have the skills or resources necessary to achieve the goals that you want to achieve OR Learn or acquire what you need to Make it Happen.

Beginning with Evaluation

This System requires that you assess all areas of your life.

This will most likely be the toughest step (and will probably take the most time) since you are dealing with all the categories in your life (Health, Finances/Career/Business, Communication & Relationships, and Hobbies/Fun/Enjoyment).

Once you have finished this Step of Taking Inventory, you will no doubt, be ready to set up your Individualized Success Plan with the One-Click System.

Beginning Your Evaluation

Ask yourself What you want to achieve in the following 5 categories and set a date that you’d like to achieve each one.

  • Health
  • Financial
    • What’s stopping you from changing your Financial situation?
  • Social
  • Family
  • Spiritual
  • Life & Hobbies

Remember that those who have a clear and focused vision of what they want will stand a much better chance of achieving their goals than those that don’t.

It gives you that extra Reason for reaching deep inside to reach your  goal. These are the people that keep working despite wanting to give up.

As Always …Stay Informed … 

CYBER-RELATED SCAMS TARGETING UNIVERSITIES, EMPLOYEES, AND STUDENTS


The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is aware of multiple scams targeting universities, university employees, and students across the nation. The scams range from Internet fraud to intrusions. The following are common scenarios:

  • Spear phishing e-mails are being sent to university employees that appear to be from their employer. The e-mail contains a link and claims some type of issue has risen requiring them to enter their log-in credentials. Once employees provide their user name and password, the perpetrator accesses the university’s computer system to redirect the employees’ payroll allocation to another bank account. The university employees’ payroll allocations are being deposited into students’ accounts. These students were hired through online advertisements for work-at-home jobs, and provided their bank account information to the perpetrators to receive payment for the work they performed.
  • Scammers are posting online advertisements soliciting college students for administrative positions in which they would receive checks via the mail or e-mail. Students are directed to deposit the checks into their accounts, and then print checks and/or wire money to an individual. Students are never asked to provide their bank account information to the perpetrators.
  • Perpetrators are compromising students’ credential resulting in the rerouting of their reimbursement money to other bank accounts. The reimbursement money is from student loans and used to pay tuition, books, and living expenses.
  • Perpetrators are obtaining professors’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and using it to file fraudulent income tax returns.
  • Some universities have been victims of intrusions, resulting in the perpetrators being able to access university databases containing information on their employees and students.

If you have been a victim of one of these scams or any other Internet related scam,  file a complaint with the IC3 at http://www.ic3.gov and notify your university police.

Money – How Couponing Makes me feel …


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How I Feel

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When it Comes to Using Coupons

& Actually Making it Work!

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Coupons

I believe in saving money whenever you can but … I also understand that many ways of saving money are so time consuming that it doesn’t make it worth it.

Because of this – I’ve reached out and asked people if they feel the same when it comes to couponing and saving money.

Many responses have been that the TV show Extreme Couponers has really made them want to save more money but they want to scream because they just can’t get started.

The truth is … some sources have shown that the TV show has people that have not exactly used honest methods of savings.

This being said – I’d like to start off by setting a goal of saving 10 – 15% (ten to fifteen percent) each week and build from there.

In the meantime, I’ve been moving pages for Coupon Related Savings over to Category Money.

I hope it comes together in a short time and I hope you get to use the Resources I move here.

Thanks …

Bob

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