Acclaimed Actress/Writer, Wendy Wilkins, Examines Her Career and How Happy She is to be a Working Actress

Wendy Wilkins

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — I am an LA based working actress, originally from Australia via London, but have been here for over 15 years and am proud to be a US citizen. I studied theater at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London working on classical technique and Shakespeare. I guest starred on Australia's longest running and most beloved series, "Neighbors", where Margot Robbie was a series regular. After arriving in the United States, my career took off as I studied with the highly respected Ivana Chubbuck, and Katt Shea appearing in numerous films winning awards in festivals from Ojai to Sundance. I currently am the author of a successful memoir, "Sex, Love & Cops", and am represented by Aqua Talent Agency and 3G Management

I am a SAG/AFTRA working actor/actress. Through all of that though, I feel like only now I can finally call myself a working actress. After 15 years working on the craft, many audition, and rejections. It really is true what many industry people/mentors have told me to just keep doing the work and eventually you will get noticed for it. My work is a combination of referrals and standard auditioning with having a great team around me. I also just completed directing and playing the role of the wife of a wonderful actor, Kevin McCorkle, who is very involved with the Sag/Aftra foundation and teaches film at USC School of Dramatic Arts. We belong to a writing / reading group where we cast people from the group to have our work read. It’s pretty cool.

I’m also off to support my fabulous actress friend who is the lead in a film Premiering at the Pasadena film festival. It will be nice to see it on the big screen and I have a little role in it. We met in Ivana Chubbuck's acting class many years ago (Ivana has coached countless successful actors such as Charlize Theron and Halle Berry for their respective Oscar winning roles in Monster and Monster's Ball).

By booking more and more work, I finally feel like I can call myself a working actress. During COVID, obviously things have been quieter but thankfully it is starting to pick up. I was doing several Casting Director workshops online and keeping up working on the craft to "stay fit". The industry obviously has changed and adapted to the current situation and many bookings are purely off self-tapes these days, I booked my last two this way. I am noticing more requests for local hire in Los Angeles which is great and the reason I moved and based myself in Los Angeles as it is supposed to be the center of film making. I notice so many films get made overseas because of cheaper production value, it's a little disappointing to move your whole life here and then find a production set in America but is filmed in Australia, Canada, Malta, Bulgaria. I get it, if it is supposed to be "Europe" but it would be great if we were able to make more local films /productions here and support our local industry.

Currently, millions and millions of people have seen my face every day as I play a teacher in Olivia Rodrigo’s latest music video. It is just a small role but one of many roles that you need to be prepared for on a large set opposite a hugely popular young singer of the moment. You need to be prepared and do your job and get out. Olivia is very talented obviously and also FYI super sweet, she took the time to introduce herself and say hi to all the "students" on set which I thought was lovely.

I just got asked back for the second time to do an acting role in Wisconsin and that really feels like validation when you get called back by the same production company. I also just completed filming a role in a movie, playing Sally the FBI agent, in "Justice for Lizzie" with a great cast and crew and the director is from a Hollywood film royalty family. Bruce Schwartz relatives' created Baywatch, Gilligan’s Island and the Brady Bunch just to name a few classic TV shows.

It takes a while to navigate and settle in and feel like home in LA. Hopefully, more and more productions will be filmed locally here, after all it's the reason I moved here to follow my career as it is where all the studios are based, the main talent agencies, producers, film makers, and where the Oscars are held. At least I finally cracked the code and am a happy working actress.

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GCSEN Held Its First-Ever “MVP Demo Day”

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Program graduates, alumni, and GCSEN consultants had the opportunity to present their business ideas and do a demonstration of their products and services.

KINGSTON, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — GCSEN Held Its First-Ever “MVP Demo Day”!

On July 14, 2021, The GCSEN Foundation held its first-ever Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Demo Day where program graduates, alumni, and GCSEN consultants had the opportunity to present their business ideas and do a demonstration of their products and services.

During the GCSEN MVP Demo day, the primary benefit was a real world experience for peer-to-peer market feedback with practice in pitching, showing, telling, and selling. This was also an opportunity to create the gift of new friendships, business support, customer connections, real-world advice and next level input in a highly supportive environment. This keeps with the requests of GCSEN Students and alumni when they say, “Inspire me! Teach me! Support me!”

Each presenter first had 10 minutes for a traditional angels pitch deck format overview, followed by a 3-minute group Q&A session and then an active 25 minutes demonstration of their MVP offer. Each presenter created a “Lesson Plan” for their MVP including a practical demo where they had: an audience participate in a “do now” activity to experience the MVP service and/or product. At the end of their demonstration, the audience of GCSEN Faculty, Students, Interns and Alumni, Fellow Business Coaches, Mentors and VIP Observers provided constructive feedback. Finally, each presenter received up to (3) GCSEN Club THEOS alumni business contacts to help each other succeed!

MVP Demo Day Presenters:

Winslow Robinson – “Achilles Heal”, W ‘20
Suicide Prevention program using modern therapy, drama and theatre techniques

Ervin Williams – “Psi7 ”, W‘24
Engaging Board community games based on fostering greater understanding of historical events and cultures across the world

Ariel Ferreira – “South Coast Building Initiative”, W ‘24 A(B) Corporation dedicated to providing marginalized groups with construction industry carpentry skills

Shanai Williams – “Be Heard”, W ‘23
An education organization dedicated to giving a voice to children through afterschool programs and meals

Flor Najera – “Najera Studios” – Marketing and Public Relations Services, Marist MA ‘21, SUNY New Paltz BA ‘19

Heather Rotman – “Kindness Collective”,
W ‘17, An kindness promotion and anti-bullying middle school education program

Zara Salmon – “CRAVE Infused”, W’18
Homemade and plant-based skin care products and body butter creams

Kyle McNicoll – “Puppy Love Breeders”,W’16, Golden Lab breeding
And Adoption Dog Center

David Cagan – “Common Sense Consulting
Business”, Cornell ‘83, Performance skills through mindfulness techniques

Farough Saw- St. Peter’s University Guarani Business School, ‘21, “Agro-Forward”- a micro-farm and local economy initiative for North Africa

Guest Presenters:

Amy Wu, an Award-winning journalist, Director of the documentary film From Farms to Incubators, and Communications Director for the Hudson Valley’s Novo Foundation's Farm Hub

Chris Hewitt – “Hudson Valley CurrentLocal Currency, Tilda’s Kitchen-Farm to Community Cafe and The Livelihood Magazine”, GCSEN ‘15

GCSEN developed this new program offering as a next step for its Club THEOS Alumni Community "to go to market" especially for graduates of our national pilot college campus program partner Wheaton College (MA) – Social Entrepreneur Launch Program. Building on the momentum gained from GCSEN’s 4P SE Social Venture BootCamp for Wheaton students, this MVP Day builds on the impact of GCSEN’s programs and support services thru the Wheaton Social Entrepreneurship Launch Program for the Spring Semester, and the students Social Venture Statement of Intent Capstone.

Our goal is to accelerate more GCSEN 4P Social Ventures into the market and begin the positive cycle of value creation, cash flow and voluntary exchange while getting practical customer feedback.

The design intent is to be supportive in a practical, practitioner-focused, affordable and actionable way to help our GCSEN program graduates "Get to WOW!" with their GCSEN 4P Social Ventures for the benefit of People, Profit, Planet, and Place.

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Press Contact- Mike Caslin, GCSEN Founder/CEO,, cell- 001-212-444-2071 or GCSEN Media Relations Coordinator Junior Consultant Flor Najera (W’18),


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The fabric of our community can be strengthened when we all contribute to improving mental health challenges faced by so many.

The fabric of our community can be strengthened when we all contribute to improving mental health challenges faced by so many.”

— Ryan Zofay founder of the Level Up Series

WEST PALM BEACH, FL, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — An unfortunate person loses their life every 40 seconds from suicide, according to the World Health Organization. World Suicide Prevention Day aims to educate people on the signs and behavior correlated with suicide and provides information and resources to prevent it from happening. The theme this year is “Creating Hope Through Action”.

Support World Suicide Prevention Day
As part of society, we owe it to ourselves to help the needy, sick, and suffering, when and where we can. Suicide prevention day should be a day to remember those, often left behind, and with no one to confide in during the darkest moments of their lives. This is not to detract from the fact that it is harrowingly sad and tragic when this happens, but that it is always preventable. While it is certainly true that some people are given much less of a chance to succeed in life, nobody should ever "fall through the cracks" and be left without the help they need. While everyone goes through struggles in their lives that are very intense some people may suffer more and do so alone, this is what must be avoided. When people suffer without professionals to soften the blow they are more likely to think of suicide as an option.

"The fabric of our community can be strengthened when we all contribute to improving mental health challenges faced by so many. Treatment at a suicide prevention center can make a critical difference to those suffering." Stated Ryan Zofay, founder of the We Level Up Series and Centers, professional speaker, and coach.

– International Associate for Suicide Prevention
Preventing Suicide: A Global Imperative
77% of global suicides happen in low- and middle-income countries. [3] Ingestion of pesticides, hanging, and firearms are among the most typical means of suicide globally.

For people aged 15 to 29 suicide is the second most common cause of premature death, second only to car accidents. Women specifically, in this age group, are most likely to die prematurely from maternal conditions, and the second most common cause of death for them is suicide as well. Lastly, for young males aged 15 to 19 suicide is the third most common way to die prematurely, after card accidents and interpersonal conflicts. [4]

Suicide deeply impacts family and friends and often leaves them grieving for many years.

– Biggest risk factors for suicide
The correlation between suicide and mental disorders (most notably depression and alcoholism) is very large in higher-income countries. A majority of suicides happen quickly and impulsively during a crisis. When a young adult faces extreme difficulty with finances, interpersonal relationships and substance abuse they are at the greatest risk of suicide.

While sudden crisis brought on in early adulthood is a large reason for suicide, traumatic events that are undealt with are nearly just as common a reason for suicide. Some groups in America are more prone to traumatic experiences, such as refugees, migrants, indigenous peoples, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, intersex individuals (LGBTQI), and convicts. Previous suicide attempts also place one at high risk.

The majority of suicides (at 77%) happen in lower-income countries, these lower-income countries face food scarcity and violence, unlike most first-world counties. A staggering 703,000 people die of suicide each year, furthermore, there are more than 20 suicide attempts for each suicide. The effect of one person committing suicide is tremendous. Not only the person's family, but their whole community receives a shockwave effect.

Typical Suicide Warning Signs:
Verbalizing thoughts or feelings about wanting to end their life, or talking about feeling hopeless, or having no reason to live
Expressing feelings of loneliness, and withdrawal from others, resulting in extreme social isolation
Expressing feelings of being a burden to others, or being in unendurable pain
Unrest, violence, distress, or difficulty in interacting are also very common
A change in eating, hypersomnia (sleeping too much) or insomnia
Signs of cutting or self-harm
Arranging end-of-life personal affairs, such as writing a will; and absence of supportive family members, or other psychosocial support
Remember to consider And Assess The Risk Factors For Suicide

Other risk factors include:

Previous suicide attempts
Alcohol or drug use problems
Other mental health conditions such as psychosis or bipolar disorder
Severe emotional distress
Chronic pain or illness
Events of trauma (e.g., sexual, and interpersonal violence, war, abuse, discrimination)
A recent loss (e.g., unemployment, bereavement, relationship break-up)
Financial problems
World Suicide Prevention Day Awareness and COVID-19
The COVID-19 Pandemic has added to increased feelings of isolation and vulnerability to many individuals.

Really anything that puts undue stress and causes isolation or solitude is a risk factor. COVID 19 has forced at risk people to spend large amounts of time in isolation and increase their stress, increasing risks. This is not unprecedented, according to The National Biotechnology Center Suicides rose during the influenza pandemic (1918–19) and the SARS outbreak (2003) for elderly persons in Hong Kong (the same being true for any previous pandemic). There are numerous issues concerning how COVID isolation has impacted people, not to mention political and economic stress in the U.S. concerning issues such as contagion fear, anxiety, and chronic stress.

For some, there is even a higher risk associated with the social stigma for having contracted COVID 19.

So, if you are concerned about yourself or someone in your family or community, reach out to them and ask, “Are you okay?” Checking in and offering broad-minded care can make a difference! Get help at your local rehab recovery resource center.

Preventing Suicide
According to the International Association for Suicide Prevention [6], there are five reminders for us on how to prevent suicide:

1) ‘Creating Hope Through Action’: A reminder that our actions, no matter how small or big, may provide hope to those who are struggling.
Suicidal thoughts.

2) Also, the circumstances and causes that lead to suicide are complicated, no single approach works for everyone. We know that certain aspects and life experiences can make someone more susceptible to suicide and can lead to extreme stress, despair, and isolation.

3) You can help give someone hope by showing that you care: We may never how small actions to brighten someone's day can help. We all can reach out and help someone. You do not need to tell them what to do or have solutions, but simply making the time and space to listen and practice empathy can really save someone's life.

4) The insights and stories of people with a lived experience of suicide: It can be compelling in helping others understand suicide better and encourage people to support someone and reach out for help themselves. In this case, the person sharing their story needs to be extremely prudent as to not encourage the behavior or justify it.

5) Individuals sharing experiences of being bereaved through suicide and how they came to live their new and improved lives, can help others experiencing suicidal thoughts make sense of why it is never a decision that will end well. Sometimes, when somebody dies by suicide, their surviving family and friends may encounter shock, anger, guilt, symptoms of depression or anxiety, and may even share suicidal thoughts too.

World Suicide Prevention Day

‘This day has spurred campaigns both nationally and locally and has led to raising awareness and reducing stigma’. – IASP

What you can do to help,
Steps On How To Approach Someone Struggling With Suicidal Ideation

Allot sufficient time to talk to the person in a private space, show empathy, and establish a positive rapport

Lead into the issue gradually, measure the person’s current mental state before asking straight if they have thoughts about suicide. Asking about suicide does not motivate suicide but can lessen anxiety and helps the person feel understood.

If the person confirms that they have thought of or are thinking about suicide, ask follow-up questions to determine whether they have made firm plans.

If The Person Has Suicidal Ideations, But The Goal Is Not Concrete Or Immediate

Offer emotional support, inspire them to talk about their suicidal feelings, remind them of their strengths; encourage them to talk of how they fixed problems in the past, and explore reasons and ways to stay alive.

Give them with details of a mental health specialist if possible, and keep regular contact, initially by making another appointment; and
Activate psychosocial support by reaching out to family or friends and community resources, and give details of community services, including crisis lines.

If the person has a solid plan, including the means and the intention to die, stay with the person, remove the means of suicide. Ask a mental health
specialist and designate a family or staff member to stay with the person so that they are not alone until further specialist support is in place.

After a suicide attempt, make sure the person knows available community services to provide support and a plan for regular and well-coordinated follow-up contact.

Explain to the person and their family the advantages of staying in connection with health services.

Addiction Facts For World Suicide Prevention Day

The connection of alcohol and drugs with suicidal ideation and behavior is very real, and very common. Feeling hopeless is much more common when someone is abusing drugs and or alcohol.

Alcohol and drugs commonly lead to suicidal thoughts because of chemical imbalances. When chemical imbalances are thrown off it can be literally impossible for someone to have positive thoughts about themselves.

This becomes an even larger problem when the person gets addicted to drugs and or alcohol. Over half of all suicides have a correlation with alcohol and drug dependence, and 25% or more of alcoholics and drug addicts will commit suicide. Moreover, over 70% of adolescent suicides may have complications with drug and alcohol use and dependency. Because alcoholism and drug addiction are leading risk factors for suicidal behavior and suicide ideation, any alcoholic or drug user should be evaluated for suicide, mainly if actively using alcohol or drugs and given addiction treatment. [8]

People that are addicted to drugs and or alcohol often have underlying mental health problems that were worsened by their using. When you see just how common depression, anxiety, addiction, and financial problems go together, you can see how addiction can cause suicide. The silver lining is that people are really starting to realize how damaging addiction can be to adolescents and are taking practical countermeasures to fight addiction in young people.

World Suicide Prevention Day Is A Reminder To Ask For Help

Mental illness and mental disorders are surrounded by a lot of stigmas, this can make it even harder for people affected to ask for the help they need. Part of the reason why suicide rates are so high In the world is that the issue is so taboo, people don't even want to talk about it at all. Now that the taboo nature concerning the realities of suicide is being dismantled, those that can make the greatest difference are laying the groundwork for everyone to help. This includes walks for awareness, education on suicide, hotlines, and conventions for therapists and psychiatrists.

As World Suicide Prevention Day comes to a close, we help that we can fully break down any stigmas associated with suicide so that those affected can feel free to reach out for the help they need, and not feel afraid.

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We Level Up is a renowned treatment center that applies evidence-based treatment modalities and holistic programs to improve client recovery outcomes—combining traditional elements of SUD treatment, including supervised medical recovery coupled with intensive behavioral rehab.

Offering cutting-edge advanced therapies, We Level Up is an accredited dual diagnosis mental health care provider. Fully integrating dual diagnosis conditions into our programs. Most importantly, our top-notch doctors, therapists, and counselors leverage the power of science to help clients succeed in rehabilitation recovery.

We provide exceptional addiction and mental health treatment across the U.S., with amenities and activities formulated to encourage the most progress possible. Each client gets lifetime alumni support post-inpatient treatment, along with family help resources. These resources maintain recovery momentum, after departing our centers. At We Level Up, our vision is to create legions of self-empowered individuals who are entirely in control of their lives and destinies, thus enabling them to get what they want out of life, and have real fun in the process.

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In 2019 he founded the Level Up Development Series. Level Up is a unique development program that provides attendees with the tools and knowledge to eliminate limiting thoughts from their lives and to reach their full potential.

Ryan Zofay is most passionate about sharing his practical lessons that change lives. As a successful entrepreneur and motivational speaker, he teaches development strategies that improve performance, connection, and overall mindset.

Using the teachings of his successes and tribulations, Ryan has a unique ability to facilitate significant change for individuals and organizations. In addition, Ryan’s passion and enthusiasm readily spill over to his listeners.

Moreover, his life accounts, incredible comeback journies, along with the wisdom he developed, help formulate life improvement.


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Psychics help people to learn about love.

A psychic can help you to solve a problem.

Anyone Can Believe In A Clairvoyants Ability To Find Love

Clairvoyants Hope To Make Love Happen For Someone

Learning How To Give Better Psychic Readings Is What Soulmate Twin Flame Is Focused on Right Now

Psychics Need Education To Better Their Reading Style”

— "Psychic Readers Often Start Their Careers Without Training"

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, August 31, 2021 / — Spiritual advisers from all walks of life are turning to for answers. The website is known for helping clairvoyants to better understand their spiritual gifts. has writers that enjoy teaching clairvoyants about their spiritual gifts because they know that these spiritual advisers are helping millions of people all around the world to deal with their troubles.

Author Twin Flame Writer of posts daily about her experiences with giving and getting psychic readings. The art of reading people has been around for thousands of years. However, due to modern day technology, someone can work towards perfecting their gifts and abilities.

It is necessary for someone to grow as a person when it comes to getting good at reading people. The website Soulmate Twin Flame often posts articles that are helpful to readers. Anyone can access the website 24 hours daily in order to read its content. It is a lot like an online newspaper for psychics, astrologers and spiritual workers.

The website started this website in order to help educate people that are interested in learning more about psychic readers. Each article is carefully researched and anyone can find what they are looking for right away. All that a person needs to do is to search for what they are looking for and learn from what they are readuing. is a website that allows their readers to post comments or even send in suggestions to the editor. The editor takes great pride in the content that they produce as it is carefully researched.

Thousands of men and women come to The Helpful Psychic each month because they find helpful information about: love, money, career and spirituality. When someone first accesses the website, they often find information that they can learn from and even talk about with their friends and family.

The website owners say that it is important for someone to learn as much as they can about the art of reading people if they are a psychic themselves. Everyone has their own idea of what it means to be “psychic”. It is important for people to learn as they walk through life and to get a good understanding of what the spirit world has in store for them.

The site also gives horoscope predictions in their articles. Any of the 12 zodiac signs can find helpful tips about who their soulmate is going to be according to astrology.

Author Twin Flame Writer believes that her mission in life is to help people to learn more about psychics because advice from their spiritual gifts are becoming more in demand. It is important for psychics to learn how to give a readings properly.

Most people that are not psychic often feel that they do not understand how the clairvoyant gift works. Many articles on will educate a person on how a psychic got their gift to begin with. Having knowledge like this can be beneficial for a reader and client says author Twin Flame Writer. is teaching psychics how to meditate properly and look towards the spirit world for answers. It enjoys helping people to learn from their past mistakes and to get educated about what they can look forward to in the days to come after getting a psychic reading.

Owners of the site admit that they have had a growing demand over the past year for psychic topics to be written about. The main reason is because more men and women are working from home now and are enjoying reading blog posts.

We are living in a time period in which many people are finding the value of reading once again says author Twin Flame Writer. Working from home often allows a person to set their own schedule and to take breaks to either read blog posts or books. Most men and women enjoy reading something that they feel is valuable to them.

The computer age is allowing people to learn a lot about themselves and their own spiritual gifts. This assists psychics because people become more aware of who they are as a person.

The energy around a spiritual person gives a psychic reader the ability to read important information from them. allows anyone to learn from them through their helpful articles.

Articles are a way in which people can tap into their own inner spiritual self. Blog posts educate us on who we are and what the world around us can teach us. Twin Flame Writer says that she is happy to help people to learn about psychics because it can become costly if someone does not choose the right clairvoyant to read for them.

The site says that it receives many thank you emails from spiritual advisers that enjoy reading articles from the website. The editor says that it takes pride in each email because it allows them to see that they are helping spiritual ministers to get better at their craft.

Reading people takes both skill and spirituality. One has to believe that they have a spiritual gift to begin with says author Twin Flame Writer. A person must also get validation from the people that they are reading for. Psychics often want to hear feedback from their clients because it lets them see that they have opportunity for growth in ways that they never could have imagined. Validation helps readers know that they are getting better at giving predictions.

It is important to study the art of psychic reading before giving one says author Twin Flame Writer. A man or woman must practice a lot before getting good at reading people. Giving free psychic readings often allows a clairvoyant to become more accurate. The better of an expert that a person becomes, the more that someone gets at reading people.

As the demand for psychic readings grow, the more will write articles about becoming a helpful psychic reader. is becoming leaders in the industry.

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History book chronicles ‘How Hitler came to Power’

How Hitler Came To Power

How Hitler Came To Power

Sara Moore

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UNITED KINGDOM, August 31, 2021 / — At the end of writing How Hitler came to Power economic historian Sara Moore, concludes that the members of the former anti-Semitic Pan-German League, who called themselves ‘the Nationalists’ after the First World War, bore the heaviest responsibility for Hitler’s rise to power.

Moore reveals that the most powerful members of the Pan German League were armaments maker, Gustav Krupp and his former managing director and founder of the League, Alfred Hugenberg. They were determined to turn defeat in the First World War into victory. In the 1920s, while Krupp made armaments in Sweden and Holland and developed close ties with the Bolsheviks in Russia, Alfred Hugenberg became a media mogul and powerful politician.

Germany had finished the First World War with twice as much gold in the Reichsbank as in 1914. By 1928, the country had a powerful industrial economy and the former Pan-Germans also had money secreted abroad in various military projects. Nevertheless, millions of German people voted for pacifism and socialism in the 1928 elections. Ex-Krupp director Alfred Hugenberg decided that only way to persuade them to vote for a dictatorship like Mussolini’s in Italy was through plunging the country into depression.

Moore reveals how Hugenberg’s political maneuvers over the negotiations for the Young Plan reparations agreement – including putting Adolf Hitler on his petition to try the President of the Weimar Republic for treason for accepting the Young Plan – brought Hitler into public consciousness and helped cause the Wall Street crash.

In 1930 and 1931, Krupp’s evil intrigues in Russia sabotaged the world wheat economy and persuaded the German Communists to vote with the Far Right in the Reichstag. Meanwhile the German people were hit with increased taxation and lower wages. Six million became unemployed while their country was one of the world’s top exporters. In desperation they turned to Hitler.

How Hitler came to Power is already being studied in Britain’s Exeter University. It needs to reach a wider audience. ‘If readers reach the same conclusion as I have about the evil machinations of armaments maker Krupp and his cohorts, I hope that they will speak out to condemn their activities so that Europeans are never again plunged into depression to discredit democracy.’ Says Moore.

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Father Ryan High School Introduces New SmartLab

Congratulations Father Ryan High School

School Cuts Ribbon on New Lab, Focused on STEAM Initiative

LONGMONT, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — Creative Learning Systems (CLS), the pioneer in comprehensive K–12 STEM solutions and developer of the nationally known SmartLab® Learning program was honored to attend the ribbon cutting of Father Ryan High School’s new SmartLab in Nashville, TN. The SmartLab provides hands-on, practical, project-based opportunities for students to explore their interests in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math), shares Father Ryan’s President, Jim McIntyre.

The STEAM program is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The curriculum and the setting help students develop and practice real-world skills such as problem-solving, collaboration, project planning, time management, and communication.

“With STEAM occupations growing twice as fast as all others in the US, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, educators must provide learners with hands-on, student-led, project-based learning opportunities,” said Ashley Mathis, CLS’ CEO. “Father Ryan High School has an exemplary record of providing students with a holistic academic experience. As developers of SmartLab® Learning, we’re excited to support their mission by providing customized learning spaces that facilitate experiential, personalized, and collaborative experiences.”

Father Ryan’s new SmartLab leverages personalized, student-directed, and project-based learning experiences and environments. The new lab space, located in the school’s Neuhoff Library, provides a range of equipment for student engagement, including 3D printers, high-powered computers for 3D modeling and rendering, a laser engraver, and a broadcasting camera to enable live streaming or recording of classroom projects.

“We are constantly challenging ourselves to develop programs that enhance the academic experience at Father Ryan High School,” McIntyre said, “The SmartLab will provide fertile soil to inspire new leaders to discover and pursue with passion their ideas, intuition, and creativity.”

Principal Paul Davis said the SmartLab experiences are all student-led, with faculty members serving as facilitators rather than teachers. “This STEAM initiative builds on Father Ryan's academic strength and offers even more diverse learning opportunities for our students, across multiple departments,” he stated.

Academic Dean Jennifer Anton led the effort to develop and introduce the program. “At Father Ryan, we are always looking for what is next in our curriculum,” she said. “We ask our department chairs, teachers, and administrators to be very forward-thinking in how our curriculum can grow, not only to meet the needs of our students and families but also to make our students better prepared for the world around them. STEAM is an example of that. Instead of experiencing math in isolation and science and engineering in isolation, this curriculum allows them to put all of those things together to build and be creative and solve problems.”


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Creative Learning Systems®, the education pioneer and developer of SmartLab® Learning, has transformed traditional learning environments into project-based learning experiences since 1987.

Innovative school leaders nationwide have empowered learners with SmartLab Learning’s state-of-the-art STEM-focused solutions that include problem-solving; authentic, student-led experiences; standards-aligned supplemental curriculum; and rigorous professional development.

Their mission is to ensure that today's students will be tomorrow's leaders, prepared and ready to solve the complex challenges in our ever-changing world.

About Father Ryan High School
Father Ryan High School, founded in 1925, is a coeducational, diocesan, college preparatory high school serving more than 850 students from grades 9-12.

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Introduces New SmartLab

Congratulations Our Lady of Perpetural Help

School Cuts Ribbon on New Lab, Focused on STEAM Initiative

LONGMONT, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — Creative Learning Systems (CLS), the pioneer in comprehensive K–12 STEM solutions and developer of the nationally known SmartLab® Learning program was honored to attend the ribbon cutting of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School’s (OLPH) new SmartLab in Chatanooga, TN.

The new SmartLab at OLPH is the first in the Chattanooga area. Ashley Mathis, the company’s CEO, said, “With STEM occupations growing twice as fast as all others in the US (United States Department of Labor , 2021), it’s critical that educators provide learners with hands-on, student-led, project-based learning opportunities.” She added, “We are proud to partner with OLPH to provide engaging, next-generation learning for their students.”

Dr. Caroline Carlin, the school’s Principal, explains, “The SmartLab is a state-of-the-art classroom for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) topics." She continued, “In addition to working with leading-edge technology, students develop critical skills such as problem-solving, collaboration, project management, and communications.”

SmartLab students work in teams to develop scientific data and analysis projects, circuitry, computer graphics, digital communications, mechanics and structures, alternative and renewable energy, software engineering, and robotics and control technology. In the SmartLab, students have the opportunity to explore their project ideas under the supervision of a special kind of teacher called a “Facilitator.” Instead of taking exams, students create portfolios to document their learning. “It’s a challenging learning experience,” said Teresa Hale, SmartLab Facilitator, “but because students can explore topics of personal interest, they can rise to the challenge.”

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Pastor, Father Arthur Torres, added, “I know our students will be excited by the new SmartLab. Our community should certainly be proud of this new learning resource.”


About Creative Learning Systems
Creative Learning Systems®, the education pioneer and developer of SmartLab® Learning, has transformed traditional learning environments into project-based learning experiences since 1987.

Innovative school leaders nationwide have empowered learners with SmartLab Learning’s state-of-the-art STEM-focused solutions that include problem-solving; authentic, student-led experiences; standards-aligned supplemental curriculum; and rigorous professional development.

Their mission is to ensure that today's students will be tomorrow's leaders, prepared and ready to solve the complex challenges in our ever-changing world.

Tracy White
Creative Learning Systems
+1 303-772-6400
email us here

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The Sales Control Plan Sets Standard for Sales Enablement

SalesPulse Illustration from Sales Control Plan Mangement

Accurate Training Trends and Efficiency Ratings from CRM

The sales control plan management platform is the solution for all B2B selling challenges.

Sales leaders usually hire to solve talent problems, and choose a brand of CRM to solve process problems. Two of the biggest mistakes made when managing a sales force.”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, August 31, 2021 / — Imagine if you were able to see exactly where every opportunity is at in your pipeline. We have experienced those long-winded sales stories that still did not add up to a closed sale, or even determined what needed to be closed. Sales managers are in the dark when it comes to seeing where the opportunities are in the organization’s pipeline. This has been the reason for most of the sales waste that many companies struggle to identify.

As a leader we want those around us to succeed. It reflects well on our own efforts, but more importantly, on the organization. Sales Training is an excellent way of building relationships and supporting your team with all the necessary resources and tools that they require to succeed. You can easily create goodwill while simultaneously creating accountability amongst your team.

Sales Control Plan Management is a management and training resource that provides sales leaders, and the salesforce with everything they need to manage, train, onboard, and reference. It is the ultimate resource for sales intelligence. It is time to make real time solutions in real time.


Training & Adoption

As the world changes around us, so has the way we learn and expand our skills. Sales Control Plan Management’s sales waste assessment identifies the sales waste and sales operation deficiencies in the sales organization. The results of the assessment provide the accurate roadmap to achieve highest standard for sales training and CRM adoption success.

Sales Control Plan

There are so many elements to manage when it comes to supervising a sales force. Sales Control Plan allows you to work with transparent metrics that help you to clearly see everything in your entire pipeline. You know exactly where to spend you time and resources for optimum sales management success. After implementation of baseline metrics, Sales Control Plan Management will provide the workflow automation that ensures your sales reps do not miss any opportunities.

There has never been a better management system that integrates with all brands of CRM to provide the highest level of accountability and sales intelligence throughout the entire sales force.

There is no more training on random selling methodologies or skill development. Sales Control Plan provides accurate training metrics which are accessed from actual CRM activity. Companies will eliminate massive training waste by training specifically in the area where the sales rep or sales force is struggling. Sales Control Plan solves every organization’s most costly selling challenges.

Benefits of Sales Control Plan Management

• Improved Customer Engagement
• Reduced Sales Waste
• Eliminate opportunities from going COLD!
• Sales Force Accountability – Management Accountability – Customer Accountability
• No more missed follow up calls
• No more missed deadlines on sales deliverables
• No more inactivity
• Complete pipeline visibility
• Simple onboarding of new hires saving money on training and resources.
• Progressive evaluation and sales analytics that produce accurate training scope based on CRM and selling practices.
• Real Time is REAL TIME
• CRM integration to make sure that learning requirements are triggered based on CRM performance metrics.
• Reduce and eliminates false reporting in CRM.
• Triggered emails specific to the customers sales stage, and engagement to communicate relevant requests, or notices where the sales representative has lost engagement due to inactivity or missed follow up.

Edward David Henry
Edward Henry Company
+1 647-725-7575
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire

Utah Healing Field Flag Memorial marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

More than 3,300 U.S. flags will fly on the lawns south of Sandy City Hall at 10000 South Centennial Parkway in Sandy, UT from September 9th through 13th.

The flags of the Healing Field® are a fitting tribute to the lives lost on that fateful day and to the determined spirit of those who survived.”

— Former President George W. Bush

SANDY, UT, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — Walk with your family through the Utah Healing Field® flag display. Each of the 2,977 flags represents a life lost on 9/11 with each posted flag bearing the name of an individual.

In addition, 348 flags will fly in the "Tribute to Utah’s Fallen" flag display honoring the military, police, and firefighters who have sacrificed their lives serving us all since 2001.

“Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, three determined firemen managed to raise the American flag on a mangled flagpole amid the vast destruction at ground zero," said Paul Swenson, president of the Colonial Flag Foundation Board of Trustees. "Images of that moment were captured by a New Jersey newspaper photographer. Within 24 hours, individuals across the country saw the first sign of hope rising from the ashes. From that powerful image of hope and strength woven in the stars and stripes came the inspiration for the first Healing Field® display of flags. On the first anniversary of the 9.11 terrorist attacks, over 3,000 flags were posted on a grassy park in Sandy, UT. One flag-one life. A memorial tribute in red, white, and blue offering hope and healing to the family & friends of each victim and in-turn the entire country. My hope is that each of us will slow down, walk through the flags alone or with our children and remember that day 20 years ago when we lost so many, and stood together."

To commemorate this special anniversary, the Utah Symphony announced plans to perform at the 20th Annual Utah Healing Field's 9/11 Ceremony, presented by the Colonial Flag Foundation. This performance, to be conducted by Conner Gray Covington, takes place on September 11, 2021, at the Sandy Promenade, 10000 South Centennial Parkway in Sandy, Utah.

Schedule of events ~ All Events are free to the public
We invite you to participate in the many events happening throughout the week.

United We Stand Car Show
Friday September 10th from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Public welcome, open to all classes of vehicles & years.
Located at: 10150 Centennial Parkway, Sandy, UT 84070
(Aetna Building Parking lot on the north side)
Raffle & Prizes, Awards and Food Vendors

Light the Night Luminaria
Friday September 10th from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Public welcome
Located South of Sandy City Hall: 10000 So Centennial Parkway, Sandy, UT 84070
Sponsored by: Real Salt Lake
Real Salt Lake Players and Mascot will be onsite during this event.

Ride to Remember Motorcycle Ride
Saturday September 11th
Located at: Barbary Coast Saloon
4242 South State Street Murray, UT
Kickstands up at 6:00 pm
Cost: $25 Per Single Rider | $40 For Rider & Passenger
To register & submit payment
Venmo to @healingfield

9/11 Ceremony
South of Sandy City Hall
10000 South Centennial Parkway
September 11th 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Special Guest the Utah Symphony
A flyover by four F-35's performed by the U.S. Airforce
*Open to the public free of charge*

To commemorate the solemn anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Utah Symphony will perform John Williams' "Hymn to the Fallen," Elgar's "Nimrod" from "Enigma Variations," Copland's "Lincoln Portrait" and Valerie Coleman's "Umoja: An Anthem for Unity" overlooking a powerful sea of red, white and blue flags representing each of the individuals who lost their lives during the attacks on September 11, 2001.

The performance is in conjunction with the annual "Honoring the Fallen" ceremony and honors each branch of the United States Military, including all fallen soldiers and first responders from the state of Utah since 9/11/2001. The patriotic observance also includes the national anthem, a flyover by four F-35's performed by the US Air Force, the presentation of the colors, a 21-gun salute, a bugle performance of "Taps" and a performance by The Utah Pipe Band.

Reserve free tickets for this event, at
Seating is limited so bring your lawn chairs or blankets and sit among the flags.

Flag sponsorships available at:
(Flag sponsors retain their sponsored flag kits and are able to take them home to continue the tribute.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers will post over 3,000 U.S. full sized flags south of the Sandy City Hall on Wednesday, the 8th of September, beginning at 5:30 PM. Those who have taken part eagerly return year after year to take an active part in the event. Many speak of a shared respect and reverence felt when handling the flags.

If you would like to volunteer your time to help, please register here at:

Field Take Down:

All funds raised from donations, flag sales and the car show help to make this special event possible as well as support the ongoing charitable programs of the Colonial Flag Foundation. Some of these programs are, service dogs for veterans, child abuse prevention, building Fisher Houses (serving families of hospitalized veterans), provide rehabilitation equipment, scholarships for children of the fallen, suicide prevention, food banks, homes for heroes, educational and playground equipment for underprivileged students, assisting homeless veterans, building veteran memorial parks, including the one in front of Sandy City Hall and many more!
In addition, now two decades later, hundreds of organizations—spread from coast to coast—have hosted Colonial Flag Foundation programs that bring volunteers and residents together in moving experiences, while simultaneously raising millions of dollars for local charities.

“The legacy of all these souls that were lost that day lives on through the millions of lives that are touched by those that walk among the flags and those that are assisted and uplifted through the thousands of benefiting charities,” Swenson said.

Stacy Rogers
Colonial Flag Foundation
8663753521 ext.

Utah Healing Field – Remember the day we lost so many and stood together

Source: EIN Presswire

Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia (CACV) to Hosts Virginia Cancer Conference "CEU's Offered"

CACV Conference Flyer

Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia (CACV) to Hosts Virginia Cancer Conference, "CEU's Offered"

Joining Together for a Virginia Without Cancer”


RICHMOND, VA, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — The Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia (CACV) is hosting the Virtual Virginia Cancer Conference in September.

In 2021, over 46,000 Virginians will be diagnosed with cancer. The goal of the Virginia Cancer Conference is to provide education and training to stakeholders in the local cancer community to meet the multifaceted needs of persons living with cancer.

The virtual event will be held on three days, September 15, 22, and 29, from 9:30, am – 12:30 pm daily. Conference topics include COVID-19 Impact on Cancer Screening and Treatment; Health Equity and Cancer; LGBTQ Individuals and Cancer; Cancer Prevention and Screening; and much more.

Through live presentations, panel discussions, breakout rooms, and networking opportunities, the conference offers healthcare professionals, survivors, caregivers, and the community the opportunity to join together as we work towards a Virginia without cancer.

Continuing education credits (CEU) are being offered through VCU Health Continuing Medical Education: 9 AMA credits, 9 ASWB credits, and 9 ANCC credits.

The sponsors of the Virginia Cancer Conference are GRAIL, INOVA Schar Cancer Center, UVA Cancer Center, VCU Massey Cancer Center, Bristol Myers Squibb, SIMA, Virginia Department of Health, Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute/HCA, Centra, and Sentara.

To learn more about the conference and to register, go to the Virginia Cancer Conference website at

About CACV: Established in 1998, CACV is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission and purpose is to facilitate collaborative partnerships among public health agencies, private organizations, cancer centers, other interested agencies and organizations, and individuals and families to carry out recommended cancer control activities. CACV focuses on the prevention, early detection, treatment, advocacy, research, and evaluation of cancer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Jessica Deering
Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia
+1 571-499-8314

Source: EIN Presswire