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Issue 10-10-03


In this week’s issue we have:

1.  Weekly Update and Transcription News
2.  Realizing Your Dreams
3.  Neat Recipe
4.  Joke of the Week
5.  Get organized!
Well, as usual Friday is upon us again!  I keep 
saying I don’t know where the weeks go…  It’s been
a very busy transcription week, especially for the
subcontractor I have, and busy for me as I proofread
and print her work.  Plus I have other work of my own.
Anyway, one of my physicians got a little far behind 
with dictation, and managed to produce five tapes in 
one day.  Yep, sometimes that happens… There was 
plenty of impairment rating reports as well, the kind 
that go to attorneys, and those are long reports, as 
well as initial consultations, and follow-up visits.
Still, Pam, my subcontractor, didn’t complain, she just
bought a new house and needs the extra money.  She made 
over $350.00 last weekend typing for me, and that’s at nine 
cents per line. (That’s what I pay her.)
She makes more at nine cents per line typing for the
neurologist I give her, than she does with her own accounts at
twelve cents per line, (which is what she charges them).  How 
can that be, you ask?  
Well, it’s like this, some doctors dictate better than others,
some dictate more clearly than others, some don’t hesitate 
too often, some have their act together. 
But, the major reason why Pam makes so much more typing 
for my neurologist, as a subcontractor through me, is this: Doctors 
often have a set pattern and their own exam formula, which they 
repeat over and over for each patient.  (I show you in my book 
how to make use of this information and how this makes you more 
money for less typing.)
It’s a good thing ~ as Martha would say!
This is an article I found that I thought you might 
By, Chuck And Sue DeFiore
Home Business Solutions
We all have dreams. Some of us dream about winning 
the lottery and never having to work again (also the 
most unrealistic dream). Others dream of going to 
college, retirement, travel. Still others dream of 
working from their home. Some even want to run their 
own business. Whatever your dreams are, the 
realization of them is extremely important. We need 
our dreams to keep us going. 
For many of us our destiny is based on what dreams we 
have for ourselves. Think of your dreams as mini goals. 
There are certain things you want to do over the next 
month, over the next three months, six months, or the 
next year. 
For those of you who believe your destiny is 
pre-determined and there is nothing you can do 
about it, I don't buy it. Yes, bad things happen. We 
all go through periods where it seems that nothing is
going right for us. However, you can't sit there waiting 
for a miracle to happen. It doesn't work that way. In 
order to realize your dreams you have to make 
something happen. You and only you control your 
destiny and the realization of your dreams. You have 
to set mini goals for yourself, and if you have trouble 
realizing those goals, ask for help. We all have something 
we are good at. 
Some of us, however, need help developing our skills. 
So ask for help. Don't just decide you can't do 
it. Also don't make your goals unrealistic. Start 
with small goals and work from there. 
Your dream might be to run your own business. However, 
before you can do that you have to become proficient in 
that area. In order to become proficient, you may have 
to take classes or work a job related to the business you 
want to run, to gain insight. Any other number of things 
might have to occur before you realize that dream. 
While we all have our strong areas, and things that we 
are good at, they don't always mesh with what our dreams 
are. The skills you need to realize your dreams can be 
learned, but only if you ask for help. So, if the reason 
your dreams are not being realized is lack of skills, 
ask someone for help. You won't know if you are good or 
bad at something until you try. Yes, sometimes you might 
have to put aside certain dreams for others, however, 
that is part of the life process.
One of the best ways to move yourself toward the 
realization of your dreams is to visualize yourself doing 
what your dream is about. If it is retirement, visualize 
yourself during a typical day of your retirement. 
Visualize the home you live in, getting up, visualize your 
daily routine.
So, to realize your dreams, remember your destiny is 
based on what dreams you have for yourself, and you 
control that destiny. 
Copyright 2001, DeFiore Enterprises.



1 Chocolate Cake Mix
1 cup water
1 egg
1 can (21 ounces) cherry pie filling

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

In a large bowl, mix together cake mix, water, and egg
until smooth.  Fold in Cherry pie filling.  Pour into a greased 9x13 inch pan.

Bake 30-35 minutes, or until cake springs back when touched.


Joke of the Week – I like this one, - hope you
enjoy it!

A Talkative Public Bathroom

Leaving Minnesota for Colorado, I decide to make a
stop at one of those rest areas on the side of the
road. I go in the washroom. The first stall was taken
so I went in the second stall. I just sat down when
I hear a voice from the next stall...

"Hi there, how is it going?"

Okay, I am not the type to strike conversations
with strangers in washrooms on the side of the road.
I didn't know what to say so finally I say:

"Not bad..."

Then the voice says:

"So, what are you doing?"

I am starting to find that a bit weird, but I say:

"Well, I'm going back to Colorado..."

Then I hear the person say all flustered:

“Look I'll call you back, every time I ask you
a question this idiot in the next stall keeps answering me."


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Well, that’s it for this week!  Until next Friday –

Have a safe and happy week.

Michele Miller


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