Law of Attraction at Work

So you hear a lot these days about the Law Of Attraction. There are many books, videos, reports and even movies talking about it. Today, I just want to share a short bit of what it looks like when it is in action.

Last night I went to a local networking event for business owners and entrepreneurs. A place where we gather monthly not necessarily for the purpose of networking but to learn How to market and to share ideas using the Dan Kennedy technique of direct marketing.

So I sat down at a round table preparing for the meeting to start. A women, new to the club, sits down next to me and we exchange pleasantries, what we do for a living and our business cards. As a side note, she is an estimator for an excavating company I happen to be wearing my hat of Gold Star Referral Club Director.

So, our meeting started and I didn’t really think too much more about the women until she approached me again at the end of the meeting. She asked me if I could call her the next day.

I said «of course, what can I do for you?» She replied back with «I had been thinking of starting my own chapter of BNI, however, I wasn’t too sure that it would really be a good fit for my group. There are 6 of us and we even have a restaurant set up and available. I think maybe your club model may be a better fit.»

That, my friend is the Law of Attraction at work. Some of you may call that coincidence. But is it a coincidence that good things always seem to happen to good people and bad hings always seem to happen to bad people? It’s the Law Of Attraction without a doubt.

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Landlords, Do You Know the Importance of Keeping Your Property Safe?

With the winter season well underway, domestic gas and electricity usage is on the up – and it’s your job to ensure that your property and tenants are as safe as possible by checking all the electrical and gas appliances in use.

Hiring a fully qualified, registered professional to tackle any gas and electrical jobs, whether large or small, is of the utmost importance.

A good lettings agent should be able to organise electrical tests and gas safety checks for you, whether in house or by recommending trusted contractors.

Electricity

You’re legally obliged to ensure that all electrical items and household appliances supplied as part of your property letting are safe. Look out for:

  • Badly frayed or damaged insulation
  • Old or exposed wire
  • Poorly fitted or cracked plugs
  • Scorch-marked or damaged sockets
  • Plugs without sleeved, insulated pins

Be sure to repair or replace any equipment or appliances that are past their best with new equipment that meets current BS and EC standards.

If you have a property requiring a house of Multiple Occupation License from the Local Authority, by law you will need to provide confirmation of electrical safety. But it will give you and your tenants real peace of mind if you arrange for on-going checks anyway. A qualified electrical engineer should test every appliance and help you to keep a log of:

  • Item make and serial number
  • Item condition
  • Dates of Portable Appliance (PAT) test

Remember, some insurance companies won’t pay out if untested electrical items cause damage.

Gas

Any gas appliances and systems can pose a great risk if they are not fitted and maintained properly.

As a landlord, you are legally obliged to comply with the Gas Safety Regulations 1994 for any equipment that uses mains or liquid gas in your rented property.

Carbon Monoxide poisoning is a real danger that can cause severe illness and even death. Carbon Monoxide is a colourless and odourless gas, so you and your tenants may not even be aware of its presence until it’s too late.

And any kind of gas leak can have catastrophic consequences, from gas poisoning to risk of fire.

A fully qualified GasSafe engineer should carry out an annual full check at any properties that you rent out.

It is important to be aware that a standard annual service offered by many tradespeople does not comply with the legal regulations for landlords and may leave your tenants and property at risk – so be sure that your engineer is GasSafe registered.

To comply with the regulations you must:

  • Hire a GasSafe registered engineer who is qualified to work on the particular appliances and systems in your property
  • Ensure a full gas safety check is completed both prior to a let and every year thereafter
  • Ensure all gas fittings and flues are maintained safely at all times
  • Repair or replace any defective gas appliances or pipework as soon as possible, ensuring any damaged items are not used until made safe
  • When all checks have been completed, you must:
  • Give a copy of the gas safety check certificate to your tenants

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A Short Biography of Soccer Player – David Ginola

David Ginola was born on January 25, 1967 in Gassin, Var, France. He is an ex-national soccer player of France. But beside that, he has worked having the status of an actor and model as well.

David Ginola experienced playing soccer with some clubs, as long his career he played for Toulon in 1985-1988, Racing Club Paris in 1988-1990, Brest in 1990-1992, Paris Saint-Germain in 1992-1995, Newcastle United in 1995-1997, Tottenham Hotspur in 1997-2000, Aston Villa in 2000-2002 and Everton in 2002.

He was well-known for his ‘magical’ pat to the ball and his aptitude to pass players from any variety of position and afterward try to make a goal. Ginola’s aptitude was proven in matches for Tottenham and also Newcastle, with his most unforgettable goal in Newcastle’s eye-catching 5-0 gain victory over Manchester United. The Dutch legend Johan Cruijff in 1999 stated that it was his conviction that David Ginola was the best player on the planet at this time. In the year, he was titled PFA Players’ Player of the Year, when he played for Tottenham club.

Even though Ginola was an extremely outstanding French player, he did not notice much engagement with the national squad of France. He has been capped just 17 times during his football career. As long as his career as a professional player, Ginola developed repute as a stylish unconventional person and frequently conflicted with his coaches. Because his retirement in 2002 from the football game Ginola has become engaged in a number of new chases such as acting.

For his career, he got some honors and also awards. And the honors he got are include Paris SG (Championat de France: 1994, Coupe de France: 1993 & 1995, Coupe de la Ligue: 1995), Tottenham Hotspur (Football League Cup: 1999). While his awards, particularly with Tottenham Hotspur are English PFA Players’ Player of the Year 1999, English Football Writers Player of the Year 1999, and Club Player of Year 1998.

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