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PUBLISHED BY COPY WORKS DESIGN & GIFTS VOLUME 6.12

MEDICINE HAT’S MAGAZINE

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Step Approach to Fat Loss

RECIPE: Bruschetta Penne with Shrimp and Olives

BUSINESS:

Formula for Change

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Father of the Bride

Interview with Author Mel C. Mullen

Father’s Day Articles


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NATURE AND EVENTS

MEDICINE HAT INTERPRETIVE CENTRE Can a golf outing turn into a nature walk? Well sure it can and on Father’s Day this June 17th perhaps you can do both with your Dad. Lots of dads love to golf and it’s a great way to spend time with him. Golf gets everyone outside enjoying the fresh air and sunshine and it can be an outstanding way to enjoy Mother Nature as well.

So the good news about golf courses are the natural areas they provide within our ever-increasing urbanized environment. Unfortunately, golf courses can have a negative impact on our environment with their use of chemicals, water, and other resources necessary to maintain the manicured and pristine course conditions.

Now I’m not the world’s best golfer, so when I do go, one of my favorite Medicine Hat courses is the Par 3 in Paradise Valley. Located along Seven Persons Creek between Cottonwood and Saamis Coulees, the back nine holes on the course are a literal paradise for lots of wild critters. You can see a myriad of birds including merlins, robins, yellow warblers, and catbirds as well as cottontail rabbits, deer, and the occasional bull or garter snake. This definitely makes for a more pleasurable golfing experience especially when one is spending untold amounts of time looking for errant golf balls.

However, there is program offered by Audubon International that works with golf clubs to help them change practices that might negatively impact the environment and still provide great course conditions and an enhanced golfing experience. Courses that wish to become more ecofriendly can become certified through programs offered by Audubon. At least one of the courses here in Medicine Hat, the Connaught Golf Club, specifically notes on their web page that they are seeking certification as an Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary by the end of this year. Perhaps, this is a goal members of other local

clubs should encourage for their home course. Remember, though, that no matter the status of the golf course you’re playing on Father’s Day, the important thing to keep in mind is enjoying the day with dad. But, don’t forget when you’re looking for that missing ball take a little time to enjoy the sights and sounds that Mother Nature has to offer. For more information about anything natural, please phone the Nature Line at (403) 529-6225 or drop in to the Nature Centre for a visit. We are open year round, Tuesday to Sunday, 9 – 5. Marty Drut Park Interpreter Medicine Hat Interpretive Program Managed by Grasslands Naturalists

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nited Motorcycle Club International (Medicine Hat) is hosting the 9th Annual Bike Run for CORE Association on Saturday, June 16. Riders meet in the Sobey’s parking lot, with groups leaving at 11 a.m. and arriving at CORE downtown Medicine Hat about 1:30 p.m.. No registration fee. Check out the bikes when they arrive and have chili-and-a-bun for $5 at CORE, 412 Third Street SE.

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he BMF Country Gospel Music Jamboree featuring Three and Company, August 5th and 6th live at Kin Coulee Park in Medicine Hat. Breakfast 8 a.m. Also: Russell Scherer,

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onkey Junk - Blues at the Bows at the Historic Bow Theatre in Bow Island, Saturday, June 16th. Best Blues Album 2012 Juno Awards. Doors open at 8:00, show at 9:15 p.m. Order tickets on line at ww.bluesatthebow. com or call the Blues Line 403.545.2340. Sponsored by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

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Happy Father’s Day I

t has been too long since I was able to say “Happy Father’s Day,” to my Dad. Over twenty years has passed, the sting of loss remains almost as painful as back then, especially on holidays like father’s day. I buried him on Dec.22...Christmas has never been the same after that last time I saw him either. I had the most wonderful father who was always loving and attentive. He was my instructor, mentor, and best friend. My earliest memory is of “working” with him, which meant I would sit on his lap as the tractor went round and round the field. When I was tired he would put me behind the chair of the tractor in a big tool box full of burlap bags, where I would nap until “getting back to work.” The cab of that tractor was a work space, playground, and bedroom for years. If it was just me, I would chalk it up to him just being my dad...but all children loved him. Whenever we went anywhere, every kid in the house would be crawling on his lap and wanting to play. As I got older, I recognized adults responded as kids in terms of seeking him out for advice and friendship. No one I remember disliked my father, he simply got along with everybody. When he got sick and we were told the balloon like rupture on his aorta would soon burst, he acted as if nothing was wrong. I moved home to help my Mom care for him. He just started to slow down exponentially. I was young and single, so many nights I would come home much later than I will admit. Every night as I tip-toed in, he would get up and slowly pad down the hall. Many times he would just put his coat over his pajama bottoms and say, “Do you have time for a coffee?” Every time I drove away even to the corner store he would stand in the window and wave. I asked, “Dad I am coming right back, why do you get up every time?” “One day you will drive away and it will be the last time I see you,” he answered. On one occasion he went to hospital to get his meds changed, and ended up staying from early December until March. All the kids in our family refused to open their presents until Uncle Blake was there. The tree had shed more needles than remained on the branches, and every thing looked like the proverbial Charlie Brown Christmas. But Dad shuffled into the room and we

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celebrated the new year in March, gifts, turkey, and all. I reflect on how I deal with my kids compared to Dad, and am wanting in so many ways. As the months went on he started to not have energy to get into the coffee shop, so we would just drive and talk... sometimes till dawn. On one evening / morning he began to cry and said, “I don’t want to die.” I presumed he would talk about uncertainties of life, and heaven, or hell. No. He looked and said, “How will you and Mom get along without me?” I pulled over to the side of the road and we held each other and cried. This man who was so feeble he couldn’t get to the bedroom alone, was concerned for our problems and future. “It’s okay for you to die, I will take care of Mom till I die.” We never spoke of this again. His faith and mine, assures us of a reunion on the other side of eternity. In November of that year, we were coming out of the coffee shop and a homeless man sat beside a dumpster shivering. He walked over slowly, and took off his new coat. Take this he said, “You need this more than I do.” When he got into the car he looked at me and said, “I won’t be needing it much longer.” Within a month, I laid a flower on his casket. Your Dad may not have been like mine...maybe better, or worse, but if he is alive the relationship is worth enjoying, pursuing, or repairing, as much as is possible. I would give everything I own for a moment to say, “Happy Father’s Day, I Love You,” just one more time. I realize some are better not having closeness to their parents, but those examples are rare. Usually the problems we are divided over are arguments we don’t even remember, and were not worth the drama at the time. If a reunion is too much, buy him a card and just say I miss you and love you. Send it. It just might change your life..remember life does not last forever. Regardless of what they say, time does not heal all wounds. Some just are there forever. Take a chance on life.

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t this point, you’ve lived long enough to know that change never comes without resistance. In business, the resistance can come from you or from your staff, your vendors or even your family. Or, maybe your systems or processes make change difficult. Perhaps it’s a combination of all of these factors. When is the last time you got a third party’s view to identify the true barriers to change in your company? What first steps have you provided yourself and your team? What is your personal vision and the vision of the business 1 year, 3 years, 10 years out into the future? Where have you become complacent and just except “ok” results as okay?

The first step in accomplishing change requires a mind-shift to understand that high levels of satisfaction can actually lead to complacency. A company without progressive goals will eventually falter, and when the status quo rules as a way to “keep the peace,” there is bound to be trouble eventually. As we all know, stagnant businesses fail and fold. Tied to this concept is the importance of having a vision. If you don’t have goals, you lack vision for your company. Without goals, you will not progress or change. Consider this formula for change: (D x V) + F > R D represents dissatisfaction; V represents vision; F represents first steps and R represents resistance. In order to change, dissatisfaction multiplied by vision plus first steps must be greater than resistance to change. In this formula, if your dissatisfaction level or vision equates zero, you’ll never overcome resistance to change because everyone will be far too satisfied keeping things “the way they have always been” instead of gravitating towards “what could be”. “Astounded represents our emotions when we learned that of the 18 different strategies we had in place to promote our business, only three were actually effective. Once our lead tracking system showed us how poorly we were spending most of our marketing budget, we began to delete non performing spending of money and this method will continue to save us money year after year,”-CEO dry cleaners If you want to change your company, you must amplify areas of dissatisfaction. This does not mean focusing on little gripes and complaints; rather, it means, exploit the areas where you can do better. Set goals, share your vision, and measure your outcomes. Once you’re focused on a better state, you can start working towards a new goal, and all you need is a “first step”. Your Business Coach can help you determine what that first step, and those after, to insure you are on a path to least resistance, and highest payoff. We might debate, ask critical questions or raise concerns, but that is our job as coaches- to make sure you consider all angles and then move forward with an informed perspective. For more information please visit our website at : www.actioncoachmedicinehat.com Rick Ayotte Business Development Manager Positive Life Concepts Inc. & ActionCOACH Business Coaching


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BUSINESS

Author

Success Stories Mel C. Mullen by Kathleen D. Mailer

Today, with the greatest pleasure, I am interviewing a wonderful man, my pastor, Mel Mullen, who also happens to be a new author. Welcome, Pastor Mel.

When did you start writing? I began writing my book 18 months ago. What is the title of your book and what’s it about? The title of my book is Be a Man. The book is an amazing read for men as they develop their manhood.

What made you write this book? I was raised in a home with an “absentee dad” who did not have a real father/son relationship with me. Later on, my dad committed suicide which left me devastated. Be a Man is the story of how I took authority as a young man and overcame the negative traits in my character and the generational issues in my family tree. I took action and overcame the adverse influences that affected my life. The Bible was my guidebook and the greatest source of help in the building of my manhood. With God and great mentors in my life, I became the confident leader I am today. I believe any man can do the same! Who is your typical reader? Be a Man is a book for all men who need to grow in their manhood. It is a practical book with questions at the end of each chapter. I have designed the book to be studied individually or in small men’s groups. How are you marketing your book? The book will be sold at national leadership conferences, Be a Man conferences, bookstores, and the Red Leaf Books at Word of Life Church campuses across Canada. How can we get a copy? A copy of the book can be purchased online at www.melmullen.com. The price of the book is $20.00 or 2 can be purchased for $30.00. What’s next for you? I plan on travelling to many nations with Be a Man and expect to have the book translated into at least five languages in the next two years. P. 6

(Above: Author Mel C. Mullen)

The next book, that I have started writing, is entitled The Church that Never Stops Growing, which will tell the story of Word of Life Church that is now in 24 locations in 5 nations. We are believing to grow to a multi-site church in at least 10 nations and 100 locations in the next 10 years. The Church that Never Stops Growing will be a manual for church leaders who want to advance the gospel of Christ and see the church grow and multiply. I believe the local church is the greatest power and the greatest influence on earth— and the best is yet to come. Thank you, Pastor Mel, for being with us today. Kathleen D. Mailer is the CEO of Aurora Publishing, the Founder/Editorin-Chief of Today’s Businesswoman magazine, Canada’s leading authority on self-publishing, an author, philanthropist, and business coach. Visit her websites at www.KathleenMailer.com and www.writepublishmarketitnow.com and www.TodaysBusinesswomanMagazine.com To Subscribe to Today’s Business Woman Magazine visit: http://www. todaysbusinesswomanmagazine.com/ subscribe.html


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Telemarketer - If you are good on the phone, this job is for you! There are tons of companies that would love someone to make cold calls or set up appointments. A great way to go about doing this is to create a system where you will get a set wage (say $10/hr) - PLUS commissions on sales. You do have to be supplied with a contact list and a way to report your information at the end of the day. Want to go one better? Hire others at $9/hr in your home (if you have a few lines)...You keep $1/hr and all the commissions. You can really grow a viable business without any cost!

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have a distributor. Someone who can fill orders and send out the packages in the mail. Speaking as an author and professional speaker, our distributor is a godsend. They create the material, package the material and send it out as orders come in. Sometimes you get paid by the “piece”; other times you can get paid by the hour. You will have to decide, along with the company you work with, what is best for both of you. This can create a great parttime income that can grow. Remember to leverage yourself: hire someone to do the work and you keep a little off the top. This makes for easy income and you don not have to do all the work. Watch next months issue of “The Bullet” for a continuation of the 101 Start-up Business Ideas on a Shoestring Budget by Kathleen Mailer. Kathleen D. Mailer is the CEO of Aurora Publishing, the Founder/Editor-in-Chief of Today’s Businesswoman magazine, Canada’s leading authority on self-publishing, an author, philanthropist, and business coach. Visit her websites at www.KathleenMailer.com and www.writepublishmarketitnow. com and www.TodaysBusinesswomanMagazine. com To Subscribe to Today’s Business Woman Magazine visit: http://www.todaysbusinesswomanmagazine.com/subscribe.html

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FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT

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FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

One of the best ways to approach a goal for fat loss is to set up methodically and be prepared. If you go in with a game plan, whether you are a competitive bodybuilder, or a novice, intermediate, or advanced member, your chances for success will be greater following these 5 key steps.

sticking with the aforementioned foods, you will promote post meal fullness and thus reduce subsequent hunger. Good Multivitamins and Antioxidants like Vitamin C and Vitamin E are crucial in eliminating macronutrient deficiencies and maintaining good heath.

1) Assess Your Body Fat Percentage

3) Proper Cardio Training & Weight Training

The first step to getting lean is to see where you’re coming from initially by means of measuring your body fat. For women, a body fat percentage greater than 22% is on the high level and for men; greater than 15% is high.

Increase cardiovascular training to a minimum of 30 minutes after weight training at least 3-4 times per week, and increase the intensity of your weight training by adding supersets, dropsets, etc. The increased output of energy coupled with decreased calorie intake make a potent combination for fat loss. Use BCAA’s to spare muscle tissue during cardio, and antioxidants to clear free radical formation, and further promote fat utilization.

2) Get Your Diet on Track Next, your calorie intake must be determined and reduced by anywhere from 500 to 800 calories. A percentage breakdown of 50% carbs, 40% protein and 10% fat is the best ratio at the beginning as your body begins to shed fat. Food intake should be spread over 5 to 6 meals, with a large amount of your total carbs consumed right after training preferably in the form of a post-workout drink consisting of 30g-60g of simple carbs and 20g50g of Whey Isolate. The majority of what you eat regularly should come from clean foods like chicken breast, turkey, tuna, sirloin, low fat cottage cheese, protein powders, Meal Replacement Product’s (MRP’s), brown rice, vegetables, sweet potatoes, shredded wheat, oatmeal, and any other unprocessed whole grains. There have been numerous studies showing that eating low glycemic carbs promote weight reduction by promoting satiety. So by minimizing intake of sugars, refined grains and potatoes, while

4) Use Thermogenics Heat up the internal furnace. Adding a Thermogenic (a.k.a. Fat Burner) to the mix will stimulate your central nervous system to give you the boost you need to keep your training intense, as well as decrease your appetite to control those increased cravings. Dieting naturally slows down the activity of the thyroid gland, which is your metabolism regulator. Gugglesterones are particularly effective during periods of reduced calories because they will re-set your thyroid to pre-diet levels, so you can keep shedding body fat without having to resort to extremes. Chromium is also another good addition which helps insulin to metabolize fat, turn protein into muscle and convert sugar into energy.

5) Increase Protein Intake In the last steps of achieving ultimate amount of fat loss, you will have to increase your protein intake and decrease your carb intake. Protein is less likely to be stored as fat by the body and requires a large amount of calories to digest. Aim for a total calorie intake of 65% protein, 25% carbs and 10% fat. This is where protein powders become a necessity. Having a scoop of whey isolate with your first meal, one after training, combined with a mixed whey or nighttime protein before bed or any meal without a whole food protein source, you can attain the amount of protein needed. Adding flax oil or other essential fats (EFA’s) will keep your body healthy and further burn fat by supplementing with the fat your body needs. This increased protein intake will also require you to drink more water to remove toxic buildup in your muscles from training, as well as prevent dehydration that can accompany a lower carb diet.

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Tips for the of the Happy Father’s Day! I thought since I had dedicated my last article to the Mother’s that if was only fair that this one be for the Father’s. For the father of the bride the wedding itself can be challenging enough. Then add to that the realization that his little girl will be starting a new life and is becoming part of a new family can be really tough. Giving your daughter away dates back to the days of betrothals and arranged marriages. Daughters were considered the father’s property. In some cultures the groom bought the rights to his bride. Thankfully, times and cultures have changed, but the tradition continues as a symbol of approval of the marriage. As I said in the Mother’s article, the couple should make it clear how much help they would like from the Dads. It is important not to over step, which is hard to do if you have no clear direction. So have a conversation with them as soon as possible. Make sure to talk about the budget for the wedding. Again who is contributing what? How much are you comfortable contributing? Are you willing to take out a second mortgage??? Set a budget that is realistic and comfortable to all parties involved. This is where a wedding consultant can help. They are knowledgeable on the cost of the average wedding as well as familiar with other business in the wedding industry in your area. In Medicine Hat make sure to pick up a copy of the Medicine Hat Bridal Directory. It is filled with 47 local businesses with their contact information. It also includes lots of helpful advice for planning any size wedding. In addition to walking your daughter down the aisle, here are a few of the father of the bride’s responsibilities. Help the Mother of the bride and the groom’s parents host the reception. The couple will be busy with

pictures etc, so this is your chance to make sure your guests are having a good time. You may need to be part of a receiving line. If alcohol is being served, stay sober. You are a host and your behavior should always be acceptable. You will be asked to present a toast. Be sure to practice this and keep it to 2 or 3 minutes. You will no doubt have a bride and her father dance. If you are not a social dancer, this could be awkward. This is as good a time as any to head to your local dance studio for a few lessons. This applies to both dads. The father of the bride is always the last to leave, so it is nice for the father of the groom to stay and offer a helping hand. These are just a few tips for the fathers of the happy couple. For more tips and helpful wedding advise, call Pat Bachmeier, Reflections Consulting 403-458-2788

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GARDENING AND PETS

“ ” FUN AND GAMES

My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, “You’re tearing up the grass.” “We’re not raising grass,” Dad would reply. “We’re raising boys.” -Harmon Killebrew


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1. Cliff Huxtable of “The Cosby Show” 2. Ward Cleaver of “Leave It to Beaver” 3. Jim Anderson of “Father Knows Best” 4. Andy Taylor of “The Andy Griffith Show” 5. Ozzie Nelson of “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” 6. Mike Brady of “The Brady Bunch” 7. Howard “Mr. C” Cunningham of “Happy Days” 8. “Pa” Charles Ingalls of “Little House on the Prairie” 9. Ben Cartwright of “Bonanza” 10. Tim Taylor of “Home Improvement”

BIBLE FATHE R QUIZ Who was the

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Which of the ten commandmen ts is “Honour thy fa ther and thy mother”?

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Whose father was prepared to sa crifice him on an altar?

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Which father came to Jesus to se ek help for his lit tle daughter who lay at the point of death?

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What nationa lity was Timot hy ’s father?

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Who was named Zacha rias, after the name of his father, un til his mother interv ened?

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Who was the father of Saul?

Who does James say is the source of every good and ever y perfect gift?

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Jokes Tough

Mac invited his friend Jimmy to play at his new club. Since Jimmy had never played the course before, Mac pointed out the trouble spots and where to aim on the first hole. Jimmy teed up, addressed the ball, took a couple of waggles and took a vicious swing. He hit a foot behind the ball, tore up the teebox and totally missed the ball. Unphased he stepped back, took a couple practice swings and again addressed his ball. This time his swing missed everything. He stepped back from his ball again, looked at Mac and said, “Boy, this is really a tough course!”

Friends

Nick and Lou head out for a quick round of golf. Since they are short on time, they decide to play only 9 holes.Nick says to Lou, “Let’s say we make the time worth the while, at least for one of us, and spot $5 on the lowest score for the day.”Lou agrees and they enjoy a great game. After the 8th hole, Lou is ahead by 1 stroke, but cuts his ball into the rough on the 9th.“Help me find my ball; you look over there,” he says to Nick. After 5 minutes, neither has had any luck, and since a lost ball carries a two-stroke penalty, Lou pulls a ball from his pocket and tosses it to the ground.“I’ve found my ball!” he announces triumphantly. Nick looks at him forlornly, “After all the years we’ve been friends, you’d cheat me on golf for a measly five bucks?” “What do you mean cheat? I found my ball sitting right here!” “And a liar, too!” Nick says with amazement. “I’ll have you know I’ve been standing on your ball for the last five minutes!”


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“The other day I broke 70. That’s a lot of clubs.” - Henny Youngman “I know I’m getting better at golf because I’m hitting fewer spectators.” - Gerald R. Ford

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