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Join our Panel of Employers on Campus

Employers on Campus Participate in an Employers’ Panel on San Diego High School & College Campuses Employment, Internships, Interviews and Advice Prepare our students for Bright Futures. Present/ Respond/ Recruit REGISTER HERE: EmployersOnCampus.com Booth, Marketing, Banner on site,  Free Job Posting, Picture with students, Interview on Employers on Campus Radio San Marcos High School: January 30 — 10 AM […]

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Write and Free Yourself from Demons

“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” -Ernest Hemingway Here are some basic instructions on writing to get you started. You’re not writing to be read. You’re not writing for fame or fortune. You’re not writing to break through creatively. You’re not writing with a hidden […]

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Your Reserved Invitation to an Event at a La Jolla Mansion

Patriotic Hearts is holding an event at a La Jolla Mansion, on a cliff, overlooking the ocean,  on November 17.  It is reserved seating for just 50 people. Come hear about our new program for veterans and students called SOAR to Success: Patriotic Hearts will begin holding these events on high school and college campuses, […]

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Do You Want to Change the World?

Help this generation of students and change the world. Patriotic Hearts, has created a program, in affiliation with others, that nurtures the dreams of our children and brings them to life. We focuses on high school and college students. It is called Soar to Success. Our website is being built today: soar2success4students.com. It teaches students the steps to […]

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My Dad: A WW II US Veteran

My Dad: A True Artist When Laguna Beach was truly an “artists’ town.” When young and old creatives flocked there instinctually like birds to Capistrano, it was the North Beach of San Francisco, the Greenwich of New York and the North Bank of Paris. My father quit his senior executive job at Northrup Grumman in […]

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When I Was a Beatnik or How I Became a Poet

When I Was a ‘Beatnik’ “How I Became a Poet” By Mark Baird In the 1950s and early 1960s the teenagers and college students that were artistic and anti-establishment were labeled as “Beatniks.” They were influenced a lot by growing up during World War II, French philosophy and music, Existentialism, jazz and poetry. Ezra Pound, […]

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Celebrate Easter Every Day!

We are all born selfish. It is this survival instinct to seek our own self-interests that runs the world politics and economy. Look where that attitude has gotten us. Our world is full of war, death, poverty, hunger and suffering. Our ecology is dying because of our narcissism. And with nuclear weapons, we are always […]

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Can you keep your lifestyle into retirement?

I’m 57 and staring retirement in the face as are most of my friends. Some of us thought we would already be retired but life happened and threw off our plans. In our prime earning years we were downsized, rightsized and forced out. We found the 50+ job market not very friendly; it was time […]

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Two Poems for Valentine’s Day

1. Incomparable I’ve seen granite exposed on mountain peaks Glow from grey to rose to blue, Even seagulls soar and pelicans glide Over a sea with the rainbow’s hue. But of all this world’s wonders, I’ve known of nothing to compare With the beauty of your heart: So open, trusting, bare. 2. Cosmological The boundaries […]

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Why Veterans and Civilian Employers Have So Much Trouble Communicating… Lida Citroën Contributor

2015 STATE OF THE UNION  IN HIS 2015 STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS TO CONGRESS, PRESIDENT OBAMA ENCOURAGED AMERICAN EMPLOYERS TO “HIRE A VETERAN” IF THEY WANT TO GET THE JOB DONE. VETERANS BRING HIGH LEVELS OF INTEGRITY, COMMITMENT, LOYALTY, FLEXIBILITY, SKILLS AND TALENTS LEARNED IN HIGH RISK, HIGH STRESS SITUATIONS, PLUS THE ABILITY TO […]

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