Neuro-Linguistic Programming is just a tool, though a very powerful tool, to uncover the magic that lies within You

Do you realize that “Today is the first day of the rest of your life”?

What this means is that today you can choose to break free from the limitations of the past. You can choose something different, something new. When you make that choice, day after day, you will soon find yourself in a magical world of your own creation. A world where everything is possible. What will you choose today?

NLP training courses – Skills for Life

NLP is not just about positive thinking though a positive mindset is a prerequisite for any worthwhile creation that is meant to stand the test of time. NLP training is really about rediscovering the world as you reconnect with your true state of being and really get to know who and what you are, possibly for the first time in your life.

“Things do not change; we change.” – Henry David Thoreau

One of the most powerful life skills you can possess is the ability to control your response to people and events around you.

Such personal control is an essential cornerstone of human excellence and achievement. Your ability to positively manage your reactions affects your actions, and in turn, directly affects the extent to which you achieve your goals.

NLP Learn the Language of your Mind

Neuro Linguistic Programming, or NLP, explores how we think and feel, and examines the “inner” language we use to represent our experiences. NLP also studies what we know about human interaction and human achievement, and uses that knowledge to “model” excellence in every walk of life. The theories and techniques of NLP help you to discover what makes some people excel in their lives, and gives you the practical tools to do the same.

Using NLP gives you more conscious choice over what you do, and the ways you act, increasing your ability to reach your goals and objectives. And because NLP techniques are easy to understand and easy to use, you can begin using NLP within minutes!

NLP – See life differently = Experience life differently

Every situation in life involves an intertwined system of people and a sequence of events, thoughts, feelings, actions and interactions. With NLP, you’ll begin to see the different elements in each situation that make up the system. You’ll be able to know which of the elements are working for you, and which ones are not.
And most importantly, you’ll be able to take action to change the elements that aren’t working for you. In other words, you’ll be able to control your future differently.
NLP Secret

Everything you need to begin right now … is already within you

NLP techniques are based on the concept that you already have all the internal resources and capabilities you need to effect change in your life and the lives of those around you. These techniques give you the ability to choose an emotional or mental state and hold it – for as long as you want, whenever you want.
Typically, many people have difficulty maintaining a focused state of concentration, confidence, enthusiasm, inspiration, motivation, influence, or learning. NLP techniques allow you to automatically access any state you choose, and to be flexible enough to achieve the desired result.

Benefits of NLP

With NLP, you’ll be able to

  • Set your goal (define precisely what you want)
  • Take action to achieve your goal
  • Evaluate the changes produced by your actions
  • Change your action plan if necessary to achieve better results

Imagine being able to learn and understand more quickly… motivate yourself and others, even when you don’t feel like it… discover richer and more meaningful relationships… have peace of mind even under stress… enjoy abundant self-confidence in any situation and more.

NLP can Transform Every Aspect of Your Life by Transforming Your Relationship with Self & Others

And that’s just the beginning! You’ll find that NLP techniques can produce powerful results in both your personal and professional life. For example:

NLP for Salespeople: Quickly build relationships that focus on trust, discover words that can turn people on, turn objections into understanding, leave customers feeling good and wanting more, take control and balance your life, model top producers, and more.

NLP for Trainers and Educators: Instantly grab attention and order in the classroom, gain respect and affection of your students, quickly identify and overcome learning disabilities, use new learning channels, inspire learning, teach more effectively using story and metaphor, communicate clearly with ease, and more.

NLP for Managers and Entrepreneurs: Overcome operational challenges with creativity, empower staff to make more productive and profitable decisions, create stronger team cohesion, evaluate situations and decide on solutions in less time and with greater confidence, and more.

NLP for Counselors, Consultants and Mental Health Professionals: Use the most effective catalyst processes from the best therapists in the field, swiftly shift client perspectives to enable “instant” relief, uncover hidden dysfunctional strategies within minutes using eye accessing, create outcome-oriented processes that deliver real-world results, and more.

NLP for Performers and Athletes: Model champions more effectively, develop a “winner’s attitude”, create focus and self-confidence at will in every competition situation, banish self-doubt completely, visualize your path to success with greater clarity, and more. Why settle for less?

As you can see, it doesn’t matter what you do or what you want to do, you can do it better with the skills and knowledge that you get from NLP. The result is a life that is richer, more content, and more abundant.


Goat Milk Composition

Goat husbandry has been part of agriculture since almost the first use of domestic animals and presently its popularity is increasing throughout the world, this increase is reflected to a greater degree by the rise in the number of small herds maintained by individuals either as a source of income or as an avocation. Goats are particularly suited to this role because they have minimal land use and attention requirements yet still allow an individual to become actively involved in dairying. The goat’s milk produced by such enterprise is typically sold as whole milk or processed in cheese, evaporated milk or dried milk products. Because of this increased interest, it is valuable to be aware of the factors affecting the composition and nutritional value of caprine milk. Further, it is worthwhile to compare the milk of goats with that of cows and note benefits or limitations which may result from differences found.

Goat’s milk derives many of its most distinctive properties from its lipid fraction. The average total fat content in the milk is similar to that found in other ruminant species, (Table 1) despite reports that the percentage of fat in goat’s milk exceeds that of the cow. Such a misconception is most likely derived from the fact that the average percentage of milkfat, as with cow’s milkfat, is a variable component, often ranging between 3.0 and 6.0 percent.

There are also district breed differences in fat composition. It should be remembered, however, the quality and quantity of feeds, genetics season, stage of lactation, etc. all influence the average percentage of goat milkfat. In California DHIA goat records indicate that the dairy goats on test produced milk with a 3.9% milkfat.

The fatty acids in the milkfat are arranged in the triglycerides in accordance with a pattern that appears to be universal among ruminants. The percent unsaturated fatty acids (ol.eic and linolenic) do not differ from the average found for cow’s milk (Table 2). Because of this, goat’s milk does not appear to offer an advantage over cowls milk in use in diets restricting the intake of saturated fats. A major difference between the milkfat of the goat and the cow is the percentage distribution among specific short chain fatty acids. Goats have an appreciably higher proportion of capric, caprylic and caproic acids. The high amounts of these specific fatty acids are responsible for the characteristic flavor and odor associated with goat’s milk.

In terms of cholesterol, goat’s milk appears to offer a specific distinction in comparison to cow’s milk, Cow’s milk typically contains about 14 to 17 mg cholesterol per 100 g milk, while goat’s milk is more usually recorded at 11 to 25 mg per 100 gram of milk. More work, however, needs to be done to establish if there is a real difference.

Two misconceptions about goat’s milk are associated with the fat globule size. First, it is often claimed that goat’s milk is naturally homogenized. This statement is derived from the observations that milkfat from the goat does not cream quickly. This slow creaming was attributed to the belief fat globules in goat milkfat are very much smaller than those found milk. However, the size of the fat globules, on an average is only smaller than those found in cow’s milkfat. The apparent reason for creaming is the lack of a protein (agglutenating euglobulins) which individual fat globules to cluster and rise. This protein is found in cow’s milk. Creaming at higher temperatures, where the rate of clustering is not as dependent on the protein, is probably somewhat related to the fat globule size. Secondly, it is often proposed that the apparent “small” globules in goat’s milk render the fats more digestible. No evidence has been presented to substantiate that point of view.

The protein fraction of the milk of the goat shows a remarkable similarity to that found in other ruminant species, both in amount and in composition with respect to the specific amino acids. The relative percentage of protein (Table 1) is similar in both the cow and the goat despite past assertions that the protein content of goat’s milk is lower. Such reports are likely the result of the wide range which has existed in reported values. This variation in range is due in part to a lack of standardization of protein testing procedures as well as the wide differences encountered among animals accepted as the same breed and interbreed differences. It is expected that current emphasis on standardization of protein testing procedures and efforts to improve goat breed designation will result in more accurate assessment.

A recent report has suggested that the biological value of products processed from caprine milk may be slightly higher than encountered in those made from bovine milk.

Structurally, the milk protein casein of the goat’s milk is sufficiently different from that found in cow’s milk to be easily differentiated in the lab. The casein miscelles typically exist either as much larger or much smaller aggregations than are found in bovine milk. Because of this it has been suggested that, although the quantity and distribution of amino acids in the casein fractions of the milks of the two species are similar, the sequency of assembly is almost certainly different. This difference is further substantiated by the fact that goat casein is associated with a lower mobility in an electrophoretic field. A similar difference appears to be found in the lactalbumin portion as well, with perhaps more clinical significance. The lactalbumin of bovine milk elicits an allergic response from many individuals, a serious problem, especially for young children. These individuals are often able to consume the milk of goats without suffering that reaction, an effect attributed to the dissimilarities in structure of the two proteins.

Lactose is the major free carbohydrate that has been identified in the milk of the goat, though small amounts of inositol are also found (Table 1). The lactose concentration is usually found to be lower than that found in cow’s milk, but the magnitude of the difference is hard to quantify because of the variation in methods of analysis employed. A consensus has not been developed on whether to analyze for lactose in the non-hydrated form or the mono-hydrated form, and this water of hydration is capable of introducing a five percent variation in the reported concentration of the same actual amount of lactose. Efforts are being taken to reduce this confusion.

The total ash (calcium, phosphorous, etc.) content of goat’s milk ranges from 0.78 mg to 0.83 mg per 100 g milk and is considered to be slightly higher than that associated with the cow (Table 1). However, the relative percentages of the ash components appear to be comparable (Table 3). As the nutritional value of milk is often evaluated in terms of the calcium and phosphorous that the milk makes available, it is important to note that the concentrations of these two minerals are similar in the cow and the goat. A significant variation between the milks of the two species should be noted in the chloride concentration, which appears to run higher in the goat. While this elevation may perhaps be physiological in origin, it seems likely that it may also stem from the influence of infectious mastitis which causes the salt (sodium chloride) concentration to increase which is endemic to many small goat herds. Significant amounts of potassium, sodium and magnesium are also reported in caprine milk, their concentrations paralleling those found in bovine samples. While few assays have been completed on the citrate in goat’s milk, indications are that the citrate level is little different than that found in cow’s milk. (Citrate is an important precursor to flavor components in cultured dairy foods.)

It must be realized that the concentrations of the various elements of the ash fraction demonstrate a wide variation, not only in response to the various points in the lactation cycle, but on a daily basis as well. Accurate evaluation entails the averaging of values obtained for a single animal over an extended time or using an average determined from samples taken from several different animals in the same herd on the same day.

Trace mineral analysis of both goat’s milk and cow’s milk are very similar in profile, only slight differences existing in the concentrations recorded for cobalt and molybdenum, differences associated with vitamin B, and xanthine oxidase levels respectively. The association of both cow’s milk and goat’s milk with infantile anemia appears to stem from low levels of iron and copper in these fluids, and the condition is easily reversed by the addition of those trace minerals to the diet.

The enzymes of the milk of the goat are similar to those of the cow, although some specific differences have been described. Of primary interest, it has been shown that the level of alkaline phosphatase is slightly lower than that found in work with dairy cattle, but the enzyme demonstrates the same degree of heat susceptibility and therefore serves equally well as a pasteurization marker. Peroxidase activity in the milk of both species is the same in all respects, while the xanthine oxidase level is lower in the milk of the goat. Higher levels of activity are observed for both ribonuclease and lysozyme.

The vitamin contentof goat’s milk has been the subject of considerable study. Goat’s milk differs from cow’s milk in its much lower content of B12. (Table 4).

The meaning of this difference is not entirely clear. Differences in B6 are uncertain when the recent USDA data are examined. Despite the fact that the concentrations of B6 and B12 are equal or exceed those concentrations found in human milk, anemia developed by infants and experimental animals is frequently attributed to deficiencies of these vitamins. However, the fact that the addition of copper and iron to the diet acts to eliminate the anemic condition removes much of the suspicion with which these levels are regarded. It has also been suggested that such an anemia could result from low levels of folic acid; however, the concentration of this vitamin does not differ significantly from that found in cow’s milk.

It is remarkable that caprine milk derives its vitamin A potency entirely from the vitamin itself and entirely lacks the precursor carotenoid pigments characteristic of bovine milk, which also causes goat’s milk and milkfat to be much whiter in color than the milk of the cow.

TABLE 4. Average vitamin content of goat, cow and human milk.

Vitamin Cow Goat Human
Vitamin A(1)(2) 1560.0 (1380) 2074.0 (1850) 1898.0 (2410)
Vitamin D 33 23.7 22.0
Thiamine 0.44 ( .38) 0.40 ( .48) 0.16 (0.14)
Riboflavin 1.75 (1.61) 1.84 (1.38) 0.36 ( .36)
Nicotinic Acid 0.94 ( .84) 1.87 (2.7) 1.47 (1.77)
Vitamin B 6 0.64 ( .42) 0.07 ( .46) 0.10 ( .11)
Pantotheine 3.46 (3.13) 3.44 (3.1) 1.84 (2.23)
Biotin 0.031 0.039 0.008
Folic Acid 0.0028 ( 0.005) 0.0024 (0.001) 0.0020 (0.005)
Vitamin B 12 0.0043 (.0036) 0.0006 (.00065) 0.0003 (,.00045)
Ascorbic Acid 21.1 (14.7) 15.0(13,0) 43.0 (50)
Choline 121.0 150.0 90.0
Inositol 110.0 210.0 330.0

(1) Vitamin A expressed in International Units/liter; all others as mg/liter. (2) Numbers in ( ) are from the USDA Handbook 8-1 (1976).

Seasonal variations characterize the concentrations of several of the constituents of goat’s milk in a manner analogous to that observed in dairy cattle. Such variations include fluctuations in the amounts of fat, SNF, and minerals (particularly calcium and phosphorous) and follow a pattern in which concentrations are highest in the colostrum and decline to minima in the third or fourth month of lactation and slowly increase therafter. As freshening among goats in temperature zones typically occurs in the winter or early spring, the minima are associated with summer milk production. While the same phenomenon is observed in bovine milk production, the magnitude of the fluctuation in that species does not appear to be as great. In addition to these seasonal variations, the milk of goats is found to have significant daily variation associated with almost every component. These daily fluctuations become especially pronounced after the fourth month of lactation when minimum concentrations have been passed.

A factor of prime importance in milk production is the type and adequacy of the feed that goats use. One of the attractions of goats is that they can be maintained on pasture that would be marginal or inaccessible to other dairy animals, but such pastures are seldom sources of optimum diets for any animal and one might expect the quality of the milk to suffer. Surprisingly, the nutritive value of the goat’s milk remains constant over a wide range of feeding conditions and similar concentrations for nutrients should be expected from most feeds. A diet of low quality does not assert itself, however, in causing a decrease in the amount of milk produced. The major controlling element in the diet in this event is the energy content of the feed.

Goat’s milk lends itself to use in the same types of products that are considered for cow’s milk, and perhaps surpasses the cow’s milk in some categories. Major amounts of goat’s milk are processed annually into dried milk, evaporated milk, cheese and yogurt as well as being sold as bottled whole milk. In 1965, 1,300,000 gallons were used in the production of evaporated and canned products. The use of goat’s milk in the production of cheese has become very widespread in France. This use is largely based on the capacity of goat milk curd to be frozen and produce a product not only equal but often considered better in flavor than one in which freezing did not take place. This process is normally accomplished without using salt and the curd can be held for up to six months at 5°F.

A major difficulty that must be faced by many small dairymen, and especially common with goat herds, is meeting government standards of sanitation for a commercial product. Many small operators have been forced out of the business because of the expense and time commitment involved in satisfying health standards, and now raise goats only for an avocation or for noncommercial distribution of their products.

As can be seen from the foregoing analysis goat dairying is an enterprise that is capable of producing a product that rivals the more customary fluid, cow’s milk, in most respects, and yet is far less intense in its energy and land use requirements. These characteristics make it an attractive avenue for many individuals who would like to become involved with dairying, but face any of a number of restrictions. A major difficulty faced by the industry has been the lack of a definite compositional profile for goat’s milk, without which it has been difficult to compare the milk with that of the cow and thus demonstrate its nutritive value. What information that has been available has often complicated this problem because of the wide range of reported values. The Dairy Herd Improvement Program which is particularly active in California, is making large studies in eliminating this problem by delineating procedures for participants in the program. It is hoped that the information gathered in this program will not only provide information on the nutritional values typical in goat herds in the Western United States, but will also create more rigid controls on the various breeds of goats and clarify differences among these breeds.


Important Facts In Catering Business

If you’re one of those fearless people who enjoy giving elegant dinner parties, you get rave reviews from guests and your relatives beg to have holidays at your house because of your cooking, then catering might be your cup of tea. As a caterer, you’ll plan menus and elegant or playful presentations for everything from company picnics to debutante balls, then cook it all up, deliver it to the event, serve it and clean up afterward. You can specialize in affairs like weddings; specific goodies like cakes or cookies; or clients like corporations, charities or individual parties.

A catered organization business provides foods program for the company occasions for example conferences, conferences, employee morale boosters, and grand openings. It also provides service for small or large events, weddings, and even private dinner events. The most important portion of operating any business is gaining purchasers. You truly ought to be a salesman having a magnetic persona from the catered group. You will be coping with distinctive clientele including business executives, celebration planners, and nervous brides. So which you can close to the sale, you might be heading to have to persuade them which you will not only provide a memorable feast, but it’ll possibly be there on time, offered attractively, and served rapidly and unobtrusively. Productive caterers go out and produce a referral network to be able to drum up organization. You ought to introduce yourself to other women and men and businesses which could possibly be involved in event and occasion preparing as very well. Some of those women and men contain wedding ceremony planners, bridal boutiques, pastry chefs, florists, and card and celebration offer shopkeepers. Generally have on brochures and business enterprise cards offered to supply out. But, don’t leave it at that – confirm in frequently to do the job up a mutual operating romantic relationship. You’ll be capable to also acquire firm by bringing a couple of snazzy hors d’oeuvres or tasty desserts to produce as goodwill gestures. This really is really a fantastic solution to create particular that you are remembered fondly and may well properly even end result in vendors referring you to their clientele. It’s achievable to send a product sales letter and brochure to organization offices along with other kinds of enterprises to acquire prospective clients then, comply with it up getting a phone call. You will be able to also request an appointment to discuss your experience.

Other than a commercial kitchen, the only things you need to get started are a phone and a delivery vehicle. A computer and printer are always nice but not a necessity for starters. You can get around the kitchen problem by arranging to use a restaurant’s facility for a small fee in its off-hours or by sharing the rental costs of a commercial kitchen and its use with other caterers.

Like any company, your success with catering will most likely be immediately linked to the power of one’s preparing, as well as the execution of that strategy. You are required to realize precisely what your customer wants, and provides that in the way that displays upon the customer positively. Amazingly ample, only seventy percent from your restaurant enterprise is created up of meals, although using the rest goes to firm, group, and so forth. Actually this changes in the catering group. Thirty percent inside the catered organization business is meals even however the rest goes to delivery, transporting the meals, lining up rental gear, and juggling personnel. This actually is precisely exactly where your organizational abilities truly count. Prioritizing duties and devoting your extremely finest perform to finishing each job successfully is what it’s going to take to recognize accomplishment in this business. Enthusiasm, discipline, and intelligent option generating are also essential elements to making your venture do effectively. Consistently maintain the clientele would like your priority. Treat them with endurance and understanding in any respect events. They should comprehend that you simply have what it normally requires making the greatest out of any situation.

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What to look for in an Alarm Monitoring Company

How does the alarm monitoring work?

Alarm system have a built in dialer that uses your phone line (or VOIP) to communicate with the Central Station. The Central Station (central station) receives the data from your alarm panel and brings the information up to a live operator. She can see the nature of the alarm (burglary, fire, panic, duress…) and the location of the problem (front door, basement motion detector, attic smoke detector…). The Central Station operator can then dispatch police, fire or medical departments to the account.

Alarm monitoring companies do the job of monitoring your security systems for you to provide total protection when you sleep or when you are away. Although there are security systems that stand alone without the need for constant monitoring, monitored systems provide more security and more assurance that the proper authorities reach you in time in case emergencies and other threats occur. Monitoring companies provide just that service, allowing homeowners to sleep better at night knowing that someone is looking after them and their property as they sleep. However, not all alarm monitoring companies are the same. Here are some tips on how to choose the best Fire Watch Guards.

Security company must be listed with the BBB
Although most security companies are legitimate, doing a background check with the BBB can help you narrow your choices down. You can also check customer reviews to see which companies are rated high by customers according to services, response times, and customer support. A BBB check will also help you find out if the company has any complaints lodged against it.

Ask about response times
This is one thing every homeowner should ask the alarm monitoring company. Response time is the time that runs between the call placed by the monitoring company and the time police and other personnel arrive. How efficiently a security company processes alarm signals from its clients plays a huge part in how long the response time is.

Ask about add-on services
Ask about the services that the company is throwing in for free. Most companies offer freebies such as free carbon monoxide and fire detection services for a year. Working with a company that offers a wide range of services is also a good idea. For example, AlarmRelay offers cellular and internet monitoring on top of regular services such as monitored opening and closing and email notifications.

These are just a few things to consider when choosing an alarm monitoring company. Do your research, know what services you need, and what questions to ask. Alarm monitoring is a very affordable service but it increases the protection around your family and property by 100%. Make sure to choose the best alarm monitoring company that can give you and your family the safety you deserve.


Make your event run smooth and safe

Security personnel are often the first people your clients or the public will meet and therefore they have the responsibility of ensuring that the first impression people have of your business is a good one. When you’re putting on an event, whether large or small, you want to be sure that the people attending are safe and protected. Whether you have a regular venue or a special event coming up, it’s important for your reputation to provide a high quality events security and management service that is hospitable and welcoming the guests, while maintaining the highest level of safety and security for them. The team at Fast Guard Service Event Security can provide the best quality Events Security and Management services and ensure that everything runs seamlessly, allowing you to relax and enjoy the event. They help you plan and execute your events successfully with full safety and security. They have extensive experience working in a huge range of venues and events, including bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants, festivals and private gatherings. They provided a crowd control service to ensure the safety and security of everyone involved, while remaining respectful and extending the best in hospitality towards your guests.

They specialize in offering Events Security in USA at all venues. All on-site security staff hold Responsible Services of Alcohol and Responsible Conduct of Gambling Certificates, as well as all the required security certifications, and are extremely well-trained to cope with any situation that may arise. For larger events, their team of dedicated professionals will help you through every step of the process from pre-event planning and risk management to event security. They can help with every aspect of crowd control, from controlling car parks and entry validation to dealing with lost property, missing persons and aggressive patrons as well as regular crowd control or extensive service which also includes ensuring that fire and emergency exits are kept clear, and have been thoroughly tested before the event begins. The professional staff are also trained to act as first responder and liaise with ambulance, fire and police services in the case of any emergency.

Fast Guard Service Event Security benefit from a wealth of experience in the Security sector and are qualified in all areas of the security industry. They work closely with you to ensure we tailor the service required to meet the individual needs of your business or event. The security staff are fully vetted, trained and licensed personnel who will represent you and your business in a professional manner and are dedicated to providing you and your clients with a first class service. The experience enables them to fully evaluate your security needs and provide the appropriate security services you require.