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It is our position that we must give construction workers a brake and allow them to finish their jobs quickly and without incident. With numerous projects, big and small, taking place in Hamilton County concurrently, we need to be attentive to these zones and be sure to follow the appropriate signals. Yet likewise, staff must understand their own role and remain focused on keeping traffic safely moving. We have high expectations for our roads in Hamilton County and expect the workers to do what it takes to complete a professional grade job without leaning on their shovels or talking on their cell phones while directing traffic. Although aside from the dangerous situation in having to deal with traffic, these good folks have been working in the hottest summer Indiana has seen in a very long time and certainly deserve to take a break every once in a while. Can construction managers work to ensure the workers on the job site are properly dressed and focused on the task at hand? We all seek quick work without being unreasonable – but we also expect crews to behave in a manner that complies with our cities and shows respect for motorists and pedestrians.

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It is our position that the single gender classes at IPS Arlington Community High School are an innovative way to help solve social and academic problems at that school. Arlington has been in chaos the last several years, so drastic measures were called for. Separating boys from girls is one way to help students focus on their studies. It remains to be seen if this new approach will actually be conducive to learning, because girls and boys can be equally disruptive. Teachers and administrators need to participate in ongoing training to ensure this is a workable solution. Over the summer, news of a possible takeover by the Indiana Department of Education dominated the media, and Arlington is one of the schools on the list. While Arlington and schools in Hamilton County are vastly different, we believe our school boards should keep an eye on how going to single sex classes affects grades. It is important to be innovative with education and this is the latest attempt to create a positive learning environment where teachers and students can focus on academics rather than discipline. Let’s hope Arlington doesn’t abandon this effort before it has had time to show success.

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Every week, we will print a portion of the U.S. Constitution, followed by a portion of the Indiana Constitution. We encourage you to benchmark government policies against these bedrock documents. Today: the Indiana Constitution. ARTICLE 9. State Institutions Section 1. Deaf, mute, blind, and the insane It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to provide, by law, for the support of institutions for the education of the deaf, the mute, and the blind; and, for the treatment of the insane. (History: As amended November 6, 1984). Section 2. Juvenile offenders The General Assembly shall provide

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Last week, we chronicled the real story of the resignation of Steven B. Libman, former president and CEO of The Center for the Performing Arts. As of press time for this edition, we had received dozens of e-mails, voice mails, texts and tweets in support of our story and our decision – with a lone exception - to “sit” on it until we could publish it with the vetting it - and all the pieces we run - deserves. We’ve heard from private citizens and public officials. It has been a wonderfully heartening response from the Hamilton County community, and it validates why we published the story and why we publish this newspaper. If there is a way for us to serve (and protect) our fellow taxpayers, please believe us when we tell you we will do everything we can to achieve on that objective. Not everyone has or will agree with the story we published, to be sure, but we trust the facts we obtained were, indeed, facts and therefore they were included in the best interests of our readers. ••• Congratulations to the repair crews and the Fishers Fire Dept. for avoiding disaster with the severed-line gas leak last Wednesday on Olio Road between 96th and 104th streets. The evacuation of residents from more than 80

Brian Kelly & Steve Greenberg homes nearby was the prudent exercise in this situation. Accidents happen; quick work saved this from becoming a tragedy. ••• We wish Amy Massillamany the best of luck in her new role as a Hamilton County Council member. She was elected in a Republican Party caucus earlier this month. At 29, she will represent something of a “youth” vote on the council, and we commend the caucus for not taking the easy, good-old-boy way of plugging the District 2 gap created by Judy Levine’s resignation and subsequent move to California. ••• With the coming of Labor Day Weekend, we wish to remind you that Current in Fishers will be available in homes Sept. 3 instead of Sept. 6.

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COMMENTARY By Danielle Wilson Do you ever have days where miscommunication screws you? Where you’d have been better off speaking French? I had one last weekend that had me shaking ma tête in exasperation. We were up north for my husband’s family reunion. Thirty-one people ages crammed into a 1920s lake cottage with no air conditioning. Despite the heat and humanity, I was surviving. However, shortly after lunch, I had my first “mishap.” Doo came outside determined to take the boat for an adult-only cruise around the lake, and I shot him down because his brothers had promised the kids they would make a tubing run. Obviously, individual plans had not been communicated properly. So we hashed it out right in front of his dad. Doo plead it was naptime and several couples had only these few minutes to enjoy. I stood my ground on integrity and won the fight, but felt unbelievably guilty when I told my in-laws they would not be boating sans enfants at the moment. Strike one. A few hours later, the next snafu occurred. One of my brothers-in-law was turning 40, and I was charged with making my famous chocolate cake for the dinner celebration. My oldest daughter came in late on the baking, so I promised her she could help with the icing. However, the boat battle left me memory lapsed and I forgot to get her. Worse yet, I let her ever-present younger

sister participate. When shafted daughter found out, she quite literally went ballistic. She was so upset I had to pawn her off on Doo, who promptly incarcerated her in one of the 100 degree bedrooms until she calmed down. Her confinement wouldn’t have been so bad, except she missed the hacking of the lion piñata with her 16 cousins. Obviously, this piece of news did not sit well with her either. Strike two for moi. The final controversial incident happened shortly after dinner. We ate later than anticipated; so, several of the moms decided to put their kids straight to bed and bypassed dessert. Birthday deliciousness would apparently be savored the next day. I missed the memo and told my four children they could stay up. You can imagine what happened when my gateau-deprived nieces and nephews heard their cousins were scoring sugar while they were sequestered in sweatboxes. It was not pretty and neither were the looks I rightly received from several sisters-in-law. Merde. But by this point I was so emotionally drained I just couldn’t give a flying frick. I apologized for the umpteenth time that day and called it quits. You can’t win ‘em all. Paix out.

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Town council approves preliminary step for new fire station By Jordan Fischer jordan@youarecurrent.com The Fishers Town Council officially swore in its newest member, Edward H. Offerman, Monday night. Also on the council’s agenda: a partnership with the Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) program, a new town voluntary retirement incentive program, and a lease with the Fishers Town Hall Building Corporation for the construction of a new fire station. The PaYS program is a partnership between the U.S. Army and American corporations and public sector agencies which offers qualifying recruits the opportunity to secure an interview, and receive priority consideration, with the PaYS partner of their choice following their Army service. Several Army representatives were present Monday night for a special ceremony commemorating the Town’s involvement in the program. In preparation for the building of a new 104th Street fire station, which will be located at either the Florida or Georgia roads intersections, the town council approved a preliminary determination to enter into a lease with the Fishers Town Hall Building Corporation. Darrin Boyd, Julie McKinney and Richard Block were appointed by the council to act as directors of the Building Corporation. The council’s resolution authorizes the Building Corporation to issue bonds not to exceed $4

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million and a 20-year payback period. The Town will then lease the station from the corporation, to be paid with property tax from the Town. Mike Booth, director of economic development for the town, said using the Building Corporation allows the council, which also approved a resolution Monday for the preliminary issuance of general obligation bonds for a new park facility at 101st St. and Cyntheanne road, to finance the project without the state’s 2 percent of net assessed value municipal debt limit restriction coming into play. “It’s a conventional method by which to finance buildings,” Booth said, noting that the Fishers Town Hall, Fire Station 91 and the Fishers Police Station were all financed through the Building Corp. Town Manager Scott Fadness said the Building Corporation will select a builder through a public bidding process, just as the Town would. No timeline was given for the project.

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Meaning in house cleaning COMMENTARY By Susan Bryant The other day my 11-year-old son casually said, “I don’t know why you complain about cleaning the house, Mom. It doesn’t seem like a big job.” After taking a deep, calming breath, I said, “Welcome to your next teachable moment, son.” And so began his (and his twin sister’s) path of enlightenment to learn just how much effort is required to care for our home. To backtrack, both kids have some chores. They make their beds, tidy their rooms, put their clean laundry away and set the table. But for the most part, my kids live in a world where drawers are always magically full of clean underwear and sheets are always clean. So the next cleaning day, I supervised while the kids cleaned the whole house. They started the morning with bathrooms. It took two hours and many more paper towels than could be considered “eco-friendly” to finally finish the job, but they did it. Next, dusting and vacuuming. Both kids

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were sufficiently horrified by the contents of the vacuum cleaner and the point was made about how hairy our dog really is. After momentarily leaving the room during this time, I returned to find the two of them suctioning each other with the hose attachments. After that, my son watered the outdoor flower pots and garden which necessitated a change to dry clothes after completing the job. In the end, they really did a good job. Although I think both kids have a better idea of the amount of work required to maintain a home, I was probably more “enlightened” than them by the process. I learned I probably do too much for my kids. They can handle more if I’m willing to give up control. Since I tend to want things done quickly and my way, I begrudgingly do all the work when I should really just ask for help. I also learned kids have a great ability to find a way to have fun in almost any situation. I guess the “teachable moment” was really mine. Susan Bryant is a freelance writer and mother of two in Fishers. You can reach her at susanbryant7@gmail.com

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Attacking or avoiding in divorce COMMENTARY By Doug Jeschke A natural response to conflict is to either go on the attack, or withdraw as much as possible. This is especially true when a couple is facing divorce. I know in my marriage, which is pretty solid, I am an avoider and my wife is an attacker. When my wife is frustrated with something I’ve done (or usually not done) she doesn’t hesitate to lay out all the reasons I’m wrong. She is entirely justified in wanting things her way. Just as bad, I’ll tell myself I’m overlooking little slights, all the while letting a grudge build until I’m avoiding her entirely. Although these are natural responses to conflict, we have a strong marriage because we both work to recognize and overcome these obstructive tendencies. We know when we have a conflict, it is best in the long run to address it openly and respectfully with a belief we both want the problem resolved. In most marriages that are potentially facing divorce, the people involved have lost the ability or the willingness to do the hard work of avoiding their natural inclination to attack or avoid in conflict situations. I’m not trying to be judgmental -- I realize how difficult these times of life can be, and it breaks my heart to see it. But what continually impresses me is how

some couples find the strength to fight their natural tendencies and to seek out a peaceful path to separation or divorce, despite all the pain in the relationshihp. As a divorce mediator, I can tell people are hurting. Each of the couple has chosen to sit down across the table from the other, with the common goal of reaching an agreement that will save them from further pain and stress of letting things go through the court system. I realize how easy it would have been, for either of the conflict types, to simply take the dispute to a divorce attorney to handle. The attacker types will want a bull dog to fight for them or with them. The avoider types simply want the attorney to handle it so they can just be finished. As attractive as that option is, I routinely marvel at the strength it takes to face one another respectfully, openly and with a common desire to work out what needs to be worked out. If people can have a healthy approach to conflicts under such difficult circumstances, what excuse can I have for acting so poorly in my everyday minor conflicts?

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Local comics Scott Long and Michael Malone keep their suburban ties, despite making a living on the road By Jordan Fischer jordan@youarecurrent.com Comedians Scott Long and Michael Malone may make their living on the road, but they still call Fishers their home. “I kind of live a dual life,” Long said, “where I’m out on the road doing comedy clubs and bars at night… and then half the week I’m at home on the cul-de-sac chasing my children around – it’s like I go from urban hipster to suburban dipster.” Long, 45, has been a stand-up comic for 21 years, and, for the past nine, has written the sketches for the NFL on Fox Pregame Show. He’s also been a Fishers resident for the past 12 years. “One question I get a lot is: Why have you stayed here?” Long said. “I really don’t like L.A. or New York, so I’ve figured out a way to have a pretty successful career and stay here. I believe there are a lot of really talented people who don’t live on the coast.” Malone, 28, agreed. “This is the perfect place,” he said. “You go to L.A. and New York to showcase for booking agents, but the Midwest is where all the work is. This is where you build up your fan base.”

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“I didn’t even know it was an option,” Malone said about making a living off stand-up. “I used to sneak out into the garage and listen to Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin. Most kids were hiding drugs and alcohol, I was hiding dirty jokes and punch lines.” Malone said before he finally decided to walk up to the mic, he thought you needed to be the “chosen one” to make it in comedy. “Then when ‘Last Comic Standing’ came out, it just showed that anybody could do it,” he said. “Everybody came out of the woodwork.” Still, Long said the industry has been a “buyer’s market” for the 21 years he’s been doing stand-up. “Most comics, in my experience, they get into it because it seems great to be your own boss, and it seems great to wake up at noon and watch Law & Order reruns all day, and that it will just happen for you,” Long said. “You really have to be disciplined,” he said. “The comics I’ve mete that are the most successful have been the most driven. You constantly have to be promoting and pushing yourself.” Long credits his longevity to the constant evolution of his act,

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and his willingness to dig deep for material. “I decided about six months ago to try to make my show as truthful about my own life as possible,” he said. “It’s pretty raw. I discuss how my oldest child has (autism). And, my wife and I had twins three years ago, so that’s more on top of that.” “It’s kind of therapeutic,” Long added. Long said that audiences respond well to his honesty, especially about what real life with an autistic child is like. “I don’t feel like anybody ever talks about it as a parent,” he said. “Me saying I have a daughter, who I love more than anything in the world, and who has autism… it kind of puts a face on it. People come up to me after shows like I’m some kind of kindred spirit.”

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“Some nights I drive 4-5 hours to do a 10 minute showcase,” Malone said. “But, that will hopefully lead to more work from that club or booker. A lot of comics will work at the gas station, or teach while they’re just starting out, until they get regular road work and can go full time.” For Long, his entrance to comedy was a 180 degree image of that scenario. “I wanted to write funny columns,” Long said. “I never saw myself as a stand-up. But, I was having a hard time finding a job as a journalist, and I thought I was funnier than the comedians I saw at the Broad Ripple Comedy Club.” “A lot of younger comics have come up to me recently,” Long continued. “I’m kind of a template… I’m the guy who has a family and lives in the suburb and still has a fairly successful career.” And that balance of family and comic career is unusual, Long said. “I have three kids… I’m a breeder,” Long said. “I never thought it would be possible.” For comedic-hopefuls thinking about jumping on stage, both Long and Malone preached courage, and patience. “A lot of people think they can’t get up there, or it’s too much, or they’re only funny somewhere else,” Malone said. “To the younger comics, I always preach patience. Everybody wants everything over night. Everybody wants their HBO special the first year they’re doing comedy. It’s not going to happen. A lot of guys are mad that doors aren’t open yet. There are reasons they aren’t

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Long open yet. Just go through the doors that are open.” Both comics will be performing locally at the end of August. Scott Long will perform at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at Louie’s Bar and Restaurant (http://www.bowlatpinheads.com/louies) in Fishers, 13825 Britton Park Rd. Michael Malone will be performing at Morty’s Comedy Joint (http://mortyscomedy.com), 3625 E. 96th St., Indianapolis, from Thursday, Aug. 25 through Saturday, Aug. 27. Shows are at 8 p.m. & 10:15 p.m. For more information about Scott Long, visit www.scottcomedy.com. For more information about Michael Malone, visit www. malonecomedy.com.

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Keeping care comfortable at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is a full scan that uses a powerful magnetic field to create detailed images of the inside of the body, and it’s a painless procedure. But as painless as it is, it’s not particularly comfortable for many patients. Lying motionless in an enclosed tube for any length of time can cause anxiety, especially for those with claustrophobia issues. That’s why St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast includes comfort therapy among its many services. Before an MRI, patients at the Medical Imaging department at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast are treated with complimentary massages and aromatherapy. But the idea isn’t just to pamper visitors with luxurious amenities. Comfort therapy serves a more critical purpose by helping patients who struggle with anxiety in enclosed spaces. And in some cases, patients can become relaxed enough to forgo sedation before an exam. Movies are another special relaxation tool used during MRI scans at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast. With “movie viewing goggles,” patients can enjoy a

movie of their own, or choose one from the Medical Imaging department’s collection to help pass the time during their scan. “Our comfort therapy is all about relaxing patients and keeping them calm before and during an exam,” said Alison Boerner, manager of the Medical Imaging department at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast. In addition to MRIs, St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast offers a full line of medical imaging services, including X-rays, CT scans and ultrasounds. And they’re making great strides in nuclear medicine — a type of imaging that shows how organs function inside the body, as well as what they look like. With accreditation by the American College of Radiology, the Medical Imaging department at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast continues to provide state-of-the-art imaging services focused on safety, comfort and convenience, close to home in Fishers. To learn more about the Medical Imaging services at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast, located in Suite 102, call 317-415-9200.

dr. dJ Trigg is a pediatric otolaryngologist at the ear, Nose and Throat Center at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.vincent, the largest and most comprehensive pediatric ear, Nose and Throat program in the state of Indiana. dr. Trigg sees patients at St.vincent Medical Center Northeast, offering convenient access to eNT services and outpatient surgery to his patients. He provides family-centered care to children with a range of eNT conditions from chronic ear infections and recurring tonsillitis to hearing loss, cochlear implants and traumatic injuries to the ear, nose and throat. Children can generally be seen within two weeks, and for more urgent needs, same-day appointments are available. This access to pediatric specialists is unmatched in the state and adds up to better outcomes for young patients. Call 317-415-9111 to schedule an appointment. Dr. Trigg is located in Suite 108 at St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast.

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Presented by st.Vincent Health Friday and saturday august 26 & 27, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. (prior to concert) conner Prairie, 13400 allisonville Road, Fishers Visit the St.Vincent Health “Prevention on the Prairie: A Journey to Wellness” booth before you enjoy “Lee Ann Womack’s Prairie Debut.” Symphony on the Prairie will celebrate 29 years at Conner Prairie this year. Under the band shell at Conner Prairie in Fishers, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra will perform classical and pops concerts each weekend through September 5. St.Vincent Health is a proud sponsor of the evening, focusing on a healthy lifestyle throughout the summer by highlighting various health services. Please visit IndianapolisSymphony.org for more information.

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sunday, september 18 noon – 4 p.m. st.Vincent medical center northeast Parking lot 13914 southeastern Parkway, Fishers Visit the 2011 Fishers Safety Day for FREE health and safety activities and live demonstrations for families. This is an event to educate parents and kids on proper safety techniques. The Fishers Fire Department, K-id’s BMV, Indiana Pacers Fan Van and MORE will be available for families to visit. Families can also learn about bicycle safety, crime prevention, fitness education, seat belt safety and other safety precautions to make your family safe. St.Vincent Medical Center Northeast is a proud partner of the 2011 Fishers Safety Day and is honored to serve the health care needs to the town of Fishers.

Hilary Eppert, M.A. Hearing loss is often something that the people around you notice first. maybe your family gets tired of asking you to turn down the tV, or friends point out that you constantly ask them to repeat what they say. audiologist Hilary eppert treats the gamut of hearing issues in patients of all ages. Her office, located in suite 206 at st.Vincent medical center northeast, offers a full range of diagnostic services for hearing and balance problems, as well as hearing loss correction. eppert, who earned her master’s degree in audiology from Ball state University, got interested in audiology for the science, but her career thrills are of a different flavor: “When i fit children with hearing aids, and i see their eyes light up because they’re really hearing for the first time — that’s definitely rewarding.” To schedule an appointment, call 317-415-9260.

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Now – Aug. 28 Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre: Church Basement Ladies 2 9301 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis Details and ticket information available online at http://www.beefandboards.com/#. Now - Aug. 27 Carmel Repertory Theatre: Hairspray Aug. 11-14, 18-21, 25-27 Thursdays through Saturdays, 8 p.m.; Sundays, 2:30 p.m. 1 Center Green, Carmel Details: www.carmelrepertorytheatre.com Thursday - Saturday Morty’s Comedy Joint: Michael Malone 3625 East 96th St., Indianapolis Cost: $12 on Thursdays (8 p.m. show time) and $15 on Fridays and Saturdays (8 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. show times) Details: www.mortyscomedy.com or call 848-5500

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Fishers residents star in ‘Hairspray’ Two Fishers residents star prominently in the Carmel Repertory Theatre’s production of “Hairspray,” currently playing at the Tarkington Theatre at Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts. Jill O’Malia and Maddie Deeken play the mother-daughter duo of Velma Von Tussle and Amber Von Tussle, respectively. Hairspray will play through August 27. More information can be found on the Center for the Performing Arts’ website: http://www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org.

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Am I too old for plastic surgery? COMMENTARY By Barry Eppley As plastic surgery continues to enjoy widespread acceptance and an increasing array of treatment options, it is no surprise people of all ages are undergoing cosmetic changes. This is highlighted in a story I read recently about a 83-year-old woman who had combined a breast lift and breast implant operation. Although the story made news, it is nothing out of the ordinary. More people who are at an age many would consider ‘too old’ for plastic surgery are having something done. The perception of being too old may be perceived as a function of safety for surgery and anesthesia. But it may also conveyone gets to an age where they don’t care about their appearance or that they shouldn’t. This may be a presumption coming from the view of those much younger, but that could offend many older patients. While medical problems and poor health may make plastic surgery a remote or non-consideration for many people age 65 and older, those in good health with active lifestyles may exercise their option to do so. There are certainly more septuagenarians and octogenarians having plastic surgery today than ever before. While these ages make up less than 10 percent of the total U.S. population, it is no longer rare to see such patients in consultation for facelifts, necklifts, eyelid tucks and even li-

posuction. A frequent question I see on a popular plastic surgery website asks panel of plastic surgeons, “Am I too old for plastic surgery?” According to 2010 statistics from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, over 80,000 people age 65 and older had some type of plastic surgery. The highest number of procedures is facelifts, forehead lifts and eyelid surgery. Although the American population is aging, the length of lives are increasing. Aging Americans are more active than any generation before them, these numbers are not going to decline in the years ahead. The relevant question for many older people then is, “When is one too old to undergo plastic surgery?” Many plastic surgery procedures require an anesthetic with its associated cardiovascular risks. The most commonly requested procedures, such as a facelift, can take extended operation times of three to five hours with increased risks of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolus. The consideration of one’s health, medications being taken and the medical opinion of one’s doctor can determine whether these known risks are reasonably low to justify elective cosmetic surgery.

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A daily dose of learning SMALL BUSINESS 101 By CJ McClanahan Last year, I wrote my first book (www.theThrveBook.com). I gave away a bunch of copies to family and friends to make certain that I got rid of the first printing. This year, just about everyone who received a copy is “half way through” my book that has less than 150 pages and takes about three hours to read cover to cover. Assuming it’s a decent read (which it is – I promise), why is it so difficult for most people to get through this book? It’s probably for the same reason the average adult in the U.S. reads less than one non-fiction book per year. Most people resist the urge to learn something new unless it can be delivered in less than 60 seconds. As a result, we have become a nation that receives their education on most topics in quick sound bites. Unfortunately, very few people are committed to the idea of meaningful self-improvement on a regular basis. We have convinced ourselves we are “too busy” to read a book, attend a seminar or listen to a CD in the car; arguing these activities take away from getting “real work” completed. The famous author, speaker and trainer Jim Rohn believed you should “work harder on yourself than your job.” I agree and believe every day you enter the classroom called “life” is full of opportunities to learn, just pay attention. That’s why I suggest developing the habit of a daily commitment to learning and

self-improvement. What does it mean to have a “daily commitment” to learning? Although I believe it’s a little different for everyone, here’s a few guidelines that will provide some direction. First, decide what you want to learn more about. Are you interested in healthy eating? What about your community or even history? Professionally, you may want to learn more about technology or becoming a better salesperson. Whatever it may be, you need to pick a topic or you’ll wander aimlessly and become easily distracted. Next, identify a handful of resources that provide information related to this topic. I recommend considering a book on the subject and then supplement this with additional sources of meaningful information including magazine articles, topical blogs, seminars, a newspaper or a conversation with a friend who is an expert on the issue. You don’t have to read a book a week, get a PhD, or become a self-help junkie. All you need is a commitment to learn something meaningful each day. CJ McClanahan is the founder and president of reachmore, a leadership training and consulting firm, and also the author of “Thrive.” To contact CJ, or to find out more about reachmore, go to www. goreachmore.com.

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Basement remodel: ‘Open design for family & friends’ REMODELING By Larry Greene ORIGINAL BASEMENT: This home located in the Longridge Estates Subdivision on the west side of Carmel was built in 2006. The current owners built the home but had not finished the basement.The homeowner commented, “having the basement finished was a dream of ours since the beginning.” ROOM FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS: According to the homeowner, the entire family is enjoying the new basement. The family includes mom and dad and children with ages ranging from 14 to 22. “We wanted the basement remodeled to make it more inviting and to accommodate the friends of our youngest child. It turns out my husband uses the room the most. The kids are not there all of the time. but now they have a place to go when their friends come over.” ENTERTAINMENT AREAS: The new basement features a media area highlighted by an inceiling projector, wide screen and theatre seating. According to the homeowner, “We just love the entertainment area. We love the big screen with the projector, the seating arrangements, the exercise room and the closet space. The base-

ment area is so open. We really like the way it was designed and the way it all came together.” CLOSET SPACE AND EXERCISE ROOM: The new basement features additional storage and a dedicated exercise room, which is separated from the rest of the basement by glass French doors. The homeowner said, “Things were sort

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Join a workforce dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities live meaningful lives! Noble of Indiana is now hiring for two parttime Job Coaches (20 hrs/wk) to provide job training and support to high school students with disabilities in an internship program at two local hospitals. Also hiring for part-time Direct Support Professionals to provide community-based services on the Northside. Requires HS diploma/GED; must provide own transportation, have a valid driver’s license and meet driving insurability and background check requirements. Please send resumes to Careers@nobleofindiana. org or by fax, 317-375-2719. C&C Air Solutions Inc. is one of the top leading in its industry regarding air quality control in the world. Our services help residential homes that have problems such as breathing problems, allergies, mold, and dust issues. Due to opening a new branch in Carmel, we are looking for outside sales representatives. No experience needed, company training provided. The ideal candidate would have a professional appearance, with the desire to grow with an expanding company. Quick advancement offered for ambitious individuals. Starting pay is $625.00/week base salary. Commission structure gives opportunity to make $1500-$2000/week. Sign-on bonus of $2500. Call our Carmel In. branch to schedule an interview Mon-Fri 9am-5pm @ 317-564-4957

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