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What are some skills that every 18-year-old needs to survive in life?Oh my gosh, I love this question. I'm going to spend a lot of time on this answer!Financial Skills: How to open a checking and savings accountHow to balance a checkbook, emphasizing the use of debit cards and how banks process transactions"Credit" - What is it, how do you build it, how do you repair itCredit Cards - How interest works, how to take advantage of rewards and balance transfersLoans - What are the different kinds of loans, how do you get them, and what's involvedInvestments - What is the stock market and how does it work, what are Treasury Bonds, and what's an IRA. How do those things factor into a wise investment strategy for your retirement?Taxes - How taxes work, what deductions are, how to file a 1040EZ formTipping - How to quickly calculate a tip and split a tab at a restaurantHow to read a contract and interpret "fine print"Health Skills:Medical Insurance - how it works, what it costs, how to get itHow to fill out common medical and dental formsHow to find a general practitioner, dentist, and so onBasic First Aid - CPR, the Heimlich, how to treat minor injuriesHome Skills:How to cook! You don't need to be on Master Chef, but learning how to cook a few basic dishes, how to use a knife properly, use basic kitchen appliances, and so on.How to clean! I have no idea how so many kids don't know how to vacuum, sweep, dust, do dishes, make a bed, and clean and fold laundry.How to grocery shop - picking fresh fruit and vegetables, planning your shopping and meals, etc.How to use hand tools - hammers, axes, handsaws, et ceteraHow to move - opening or transferring utility accounts, moving companies, apartment and home leases.How to sew a button onHow to fix a running or clogged toilet.Life Skills:How to plan and budget your time!How to think critically.Negotiation - Preparation, discussion, clarification, negotiate, agreement, and implementation.Leadership! Vision, strategy, people skills, managementCONFLICT RESOLUTIONStress management!Problem solving!Study Skills:OrganizationTime managementFinding legitimate sourcesNote-takingCritical readingEssay planning and compositionAcademic referencingHow to use search engines effectively!Employability Skills:How to write a resume and a cover letterHow to interviewProfessional communications skills (both written and verbal)Interpersonal skills in a professional environmentProfessional developmentPublic speaking!How to use a computer - Windows, Google, and MS Office basics at a minimumPersonal:How to interact with the policeHow to tie a tie!How to iron clothesHow to establish a healthy exercise routineHow to maintain proper personal hygeine and groomingMANNERS - It varies from culture to culture, but the underlying principles of all manners remain constant: a respect for others, and a desire to treat all people with honesty and consideration – just as you’d like to be treated.Alcohol:Knowing your limitsHow to mix a basic set of drinksTravel: How to book airline tickets and hotelsHow to pack wellHow to travel lightAutomotive:How to drive - Actual skilled instruction on driving, a la Teen Safety & Survival - Skip Barber Racing School, both automatic and manual transmissionsThe basics of how a car worksThe basics of car maintenanceHow to change a tireHow to parallel parkHow to jump start a carWhat to do if you get into an accidentRead a road mapSex:Comprehensive sexual education including the vectors and effects of sexually transmitted infections, what are and how to use the various forms of contraception, what is PrEP, etc.The Campsite Rule - Leave them in better condition than you found themSafe, Sane, and Consensual - How to have safe sex, do it while you're sober, and with full informed consent from your partner.
How do I increase sales and profit for my small (hole in the wall) Mexican restaurant?Bring in 20 completely random people (not friends/relatives that might be inclined to agree with one another) off the street and feed them. In exchange for the free food, ask them to fill out an anonymous survey rating each thing they ate. That will give you ‘some’ idea as to whether your food is awesomely tasty, horribly tasteless or somewhere in between.People return to restaurants over and over again, in part, because the enjoy eating the food. It’s not to fill their stomach. That they can do at home. Is your food worth people going out of their way to visit you?It’s an important question. If the result of your data is “the food is mediocre,” you’ve got some work and some tough decisions ahead of you. Identify your winners and losers. Eliminate the losers or figure out how to fix them. You may have to bring in some new blood (new chef). These kinds of decisions can be extremely difficult and stressful, particularly so for small companies, but you need to do whatever it takes for your business to survive.I live in LA where I can literally visit ten Mexican restaurants in ten minutes. The competition is fierce. If your market is like this, you really need to up your game to offer something that your competition is not.This may come in the form of offering unique menu items the others are not serving (mole, crab enchiladas, shrimp tacos, menudo, etc.), offering commonly served items at a price which creates a better value than the others, having a Taco Tuesday night (or something similar) when traffic is slowest, offering free chips and salsa (or other low-cost items), free drink refills, elaborate salsa/condiment bar, homemade or blue corn tortillas, special promotions (buy-one/get-one) and so forth.Be creative and offer what the others cannot/will not offer. That is what will give you a competitive advantage in the marketplace, making it more likely that people will come to you over your competitors.Good luck.
How was William Hitler treated in the Navy?William Hitler was a Pharmacist's Mate in World War II. This means he administered medicine, cared for wounded (when short staffed), and filled out order forms for more medicine. In essence, he was a nurse.What this means is that he was often unnoticed in the Navy. Some may have seen a sort of familiarity with the Fürher, but nothing to speak of. His name tag (still Hitler at the time, his name did not change till after the war) might have made a few men double-take, but he certainly did not attract too much attention.If he did… I'm sure he wouldn't have survived with his All-American Comrades. Hitler was evil personified, and association with that name, or worse related to the man you're fighting against would have made joining America’s Navy the worst idea in Worst Idea’s History.Best,Derek MEDIT: ….. 150 upvotes. Dang.
Could a professionally trained human boxer survive a fist fight with a grizzly bear?Grizzly’s do not box or fist fight.They do not follow the Marquis of Queensbury rules.Grizzly’s have no concept of a fair fight.Put up your dukes means nothing to Grizzly’s.A grizzly can be 9 feet tall when standing upright and weigh 1500 poundsThey have power, teeth, claws and no fear of humans.If the bear is attacking you because they think you are food, good luck. They will keep attacking even if you play dead.If they are protecting their cubs or a food source, you might have a chance to scare them off but it won’t be because you are a skilled pugilist.The relative threat can be ascertained by how far back the grizzly’s ears are back. The more back they are, the greater the chance of an attack versus just being in a curious or defensive position. Same too for if the hairs are raised on the bear’s back and neck. Like a dog.You have a distinct signNow disadvantage so your boxing skills are useless.Getting distance between you and the bear is the most important thing. Rope-a-dope is not going to help you.No sudden moves, no eye contact. Those represent threats to a grizzly. Slowly back away, and actually speak calmly in a monotone voiceIf you have some distance the bear might charge you to see what you will do and if you stand still, it might not attack further and lose interest in you.Playing dead may be an option depending on the bear’s interest in you. Spread your legs out to make it harder for the bear to roll you over, clasp your hands behind your head to protect the nape of your neck and use your elbows to shield your face. This can often result in less serious wounds versus the bear biting and swiping at the back of your head and neck which is what they will do.Alternatively, curl on your side with your head towards your legs.If it starts to lick your wounds, cease playing dead or you will be soon.If you have to try and fend off the bear, it is going to be in close quarters. You are going to have to try smashing it in the snout, gouging at its eyes, trying to stick your fingers in its nostrils; all vulnerable spots.Your boxing skills are less important than fighting like a maniac trying to save his or her life.Jabs, crosses and uppercuts ain’t going to cut it. Trying to scratch the bear’s eyes out is the mode you should be in.
Why do we learn things in school we don't need to know in real life?From a teacher’s perspective, the state generally sets the curriculum frameworks, which are standards that a teacher must get their students to achieve those established standards. However, there are also additional national standards that are set by various entities. For example, national music standards are set by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is an additional set of standards that came from an act at the state level even though there was some federal influence (Source: http://www.breitbart.com/big-gov...). Common Core has not worked in my classroom based on my data.Knowing this information, the various levels establish the standards of what is to be taught in public schools. So, we are taught useless things in public schools because of the control that the state, national, and the federal level has on our public education system. In this top-down approach, the higher levels set the standards, teachers teach the standards to our students, and students try to achieve those standards. If the state and higher levels were to recommend standards that would be of greater importance (e.g., real life skills, etc.), then we would see that coming from the top for teachers to teach to our students. For those dissenters, real life skills are those skills that are not currently taught in schools but are essential to survive in our society. I would suggest these skills to be taught at the high school level, which this is just a sample list:1. How to buy a car 2. How to buy a house 3. How to balance a checkbook 4. How to fill out and pay your taxes (both EZ and long form)5. How to sign your name in cursive for signatures (schools used to teach this en masse, but has diminished over the years)6. How to properly take care of yourself7. How to succeed in job interviews (colleges provide this service, but does not teach it in classrooms—my college did not teach it) 8. How to write a successful resume and cover letter (colleges also provide this service, but does not teach it in classrooms)9. How to be able to search for careers if one does not work, and to receive the proper training to succeed10. How to budget money and plan accordingly (the military taught me this skill)11. How to cook (Home Economics used to be a norm in schools)12. How to be able to detect fraud, waste, and abuse13. How to detect scams, spoof e-mail, and how to report it14. How to have proper character and professionalism through character training (this would need to be taught throughout the school years)15. How to have proper ethical character and integrity16. How to fix and troubleshoot things
How can I survive life in Germany and lead a healthy, happy life?As a foreigner living in Germany since 2001, I can tell you:Just Follow Hans-Christian’s recommendation: German language, first! As much as possible.Understand that nothing is like it used to be at home. Don’t suffer because things are different. You looked for that when moving to Germany.Understand that nothing is like it used to be at home (II). Learn to enjoy the good part of differences.When I go back home on vacations, I always get these questions: “What are Germans like? How do they behave?” My standard answer is: “They are human beings like you and me. Grown up in a different context, with different uses and different possibilities. With feelings and hopes.”Everything has a rule. And there’s a rule (or more) for each thing. Learn those rules. Asking about them is the best way. Following them makes your life incredibly easier. And better connected with people around you.You will not make German friends immediately. Friendship for Germans is a very special category, slightly different than in other cultures. A friendship is a great honor for Germans. To include someone and to be included. It lasts for your whole life. When you signNow the status, you’ll see there’s just a handful of persons your friend name “friends”.This doesn’t mean the rest of humanity are enemies or whatever. But the rest is not included in this strong binding.Good luck![Edit 29.03.2017]: This signNowed thousands of views and more than thousand votes. Thank you for that!I have the feeling my answer misrepresent my feelings about living in Germany, given some comments I got. I don’t complain at all. As I mention in the second topic, things are different that they were at home. This was no surprise. On the contrary, the big and best surprise was finding out how helpful people was with us all the time. In many different situations, involvement and intensities. We always had someone offering some help. (An advantage of living in a small town instead of a big city, may be.)
What are the most interesting facts you know?1. Mammoths were alive when they were building the pyramids(via TED Blog)Image Source: via National Geographic / Science Picture Co., Corbis2. It rains diamonds on Jupiter(via BBC News)Image Source: via DOGO News 3. Maine is the closest state to Africa(via ACSCDG) Image Source: via Proud to be American4. Humans share 50% of their DNA with bananas(via Mirror)Image Source: via Sneaker Report5. Betty White is older than sliced bread(via Huffington Post)Image Source: via Ryan Seacrest / Getty Images6. Turtles can actually breathe from their butts(via California Turtle and Tortoise Club)Image Source: via imgur / GandalfTheTartan7. Nintendo was founded in 1889(via Gizmodo)Image Source: via deviantART / PokeMarioFan648. Saudi Arabia imports their camels from Australia for meat production, because they focus on breeding animals for domestic and racing purposes(via BBC News)Image Source: via Fine Dining Lovers9. From the time it was discovered to the time they revoked its status as a planet, Pluto had not yet made a full trip around the Sun(via Wonderopolis)Image Source: via Planets for Kids10. An octopus has three hearts. Two hearts are used to pump blood to each of the octopus' lungs and the third pumps blood throughout the body.(via About Education)Image Source: via cerebrovortex11. Anne Frank, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barbara Walters were all born in the same year(via Biography)Image Source: via Break 12. When you get a kidney transplant, they leave your original kidneys in your body(via UCSF Medical Center)Image Source: via Vietnam Active Tourism 13. North Korea and Finland are separated by only one country(via Today I Found Out)Image Source: via imgur / tobeornottobe14. Vending machines are twice more likely to kill you than a shark is(via Freakonomics)Image Source: via Wikipedia15. The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland(via Scottish at Heart)Image Source: via ThinkGeek16. Peanuts are not actually nuts, are in fact legumes(via The Peanut Institute)Image Source: via Aaron Quinn 17. Every two minutes we take more photos than were taken during the entirety of the 19th century(via 1000 Memories Blog)Image Source: via izifunny
Why do so many nurses seem to suffer from a lack of compassion?Why do so many patients suffer from a lack of knowledge regarding assault and battery being completely inappropriate, not to mention illegal, when you’re in a hospital? Or act like some degree of self efficacy isn’t expected of adults?Compassion fatigue is a very real issue. When you go to work and spend most of your day trying to help people who berate you, name call, treat you like their personal servant, insult you, try (and sometimes succeed) to physically harm you, threaten you, etc. it’s hard to do anything other than enter a survival mode. When we try to complain or report this behavior in patients, the answer is often an implication that it’s part of the job — which it most certainly is NOT — and having to fill out forms that basically ask why you were trying to hard to be a victim and get yourself attacked, and comments about how the patient or their visitor is stressed or upset. As if that would excuse me from lashing out. Or as if they wouldn’t face the law if they decided to act that way in public.Instead of being treated with gratitude and respect, nurses are frequently abused by patients and their visitors and face a culture where their management doesn’t defend them, where reporting that abuse is frowned upon and not followed up upon.Why do many nurses struggle to find express compassion? They’re too frequently not treated with any themselves.
Why are we taught useless things in school instead of things that will actually help us and are important?This one’s a no-brainer.Here’s the big secret that nobody seems to notice. Schools are NOT here to educate people. They are here to indoctrinate, condition and institutionalize people. Child education is based on a 600-year-old German shame-based model, and “higher” education is based on the way The Church educated the sons of the Nobility.Back in Medieval times, things were pretty rigid. The first-born was expected to inherit the title, lands, power, etc. of his father. They usually urged the second-born and third-born to enter either the military or the priesthood, not in any particular order. THEN they had the “leftovers.” Needless to say, women got ZERO education. They had to do SOMETHING with these extra kids, who were, up until early adulthood, just hanging out and sponging off the family fortune. So, they invented a profession called “Scholar.” This is what inspired what we now call “Liberal Arts.” The illusion was that the kid would end up well-rounded, and occasionally become professors themselves. Attend any modern graduation ceremony, and pay close attention to the clothing worn by the professors. You will see garb that reminds you of King Arthur movies.As to childhood education, at one time it happened in small, one-room schools, usually with ONE “schoolmarm” and kids were taught the basics of reading, writing, geography, history, etc. If they weren’t able to learn easily, they’d be beaten HARD, then forced to stand or sit in a corner with a tall, conical hat that said “dunce” on it. The other kids were encouraged to openly heckle and shame the kid. Not a great environment for those with learning disabilities to say the least. They also introduced a very special shaming mechanism. It was called “grades.” Grades were a diabolical way to compare students against each other, as if there were some ideal level of knowledge that all kids “should” be able to attain. It had NOTHING to do with knowledge, and it served ONLY to pit the kids against each other in unhealthy competition, and shame them regularly for not measuring up. It did NOTHING to measure how a kid was progressing. That would have been best accomplished by figuring out a measuring system that measured improvement, rather than attainment of a rigid line.Then, the industrial revolution happened. Our Eastern cities were filled with immigrants, and manufacturing jobs were plentiful. It was common, of course, for kids as young as 8 to be working up to 16 hours a day with NO safety protocols. Extreme injuries were common, as was workplace violence and sexual abuse. The managers had almost total control over the workers, because they held the purse strings to their livelihood. Coercing women into sex was routine in many cases.But, you say, what happened to the YOUNGER kids? Well, they had to do something with them, so the parents could be kept harnessed to the factories. So some wonderful philanthropist Robber Baron coughed up a FEW bucks, and founded the Public School System. Even today, in NYC, the schools are called “PS 123” or something similar. These were ugly, prison-like structures, with little to no access to textbooks, skilled teachers, or any such “luxuries” as art, music, science, etc. They were nothing more than warehouses to park the kids in while mom, dad, and older sibs slaved away. They also had a less obvious agenda. Here’s an idea! Let’s use the Public Schools as training centers to prepare the kids to become employees! Let’s present them with so much arbitrary bullshit that their minds are COMPLETELY numb by the time they are ready to work. We won’t have any of that “Union” nonsense out of THESE brats! Why, by the time they get out of school, they will have completely given up on having any original ideas at all! They will simply do what they’re told, WHEN they’re told, and not complain about the peanuts we pay them. If there ARE a few bright ones, we’ll hammer them down to size before they’re old enough to shave!So, 150-ish years have passed, and not much has changed. Oh, they include more classes now, though the music and art have AGAIN gone by the wayside. They STILL use grading to shame the kids. Until about 50 years ago, they were allowed to beat the kids with a stick! Now they just use subtle psychological tricks and intense pharmaceutical drugs to melt the little kiddie’s brains. And the goal is still the same — turn out generation after generation of human beings who have been systematically steered AWAY from their dreams. AWAY from creative thinking, AWAY from critical thinking. That pesky stuff causes SO many problems for the wealthy CEO’s! You just can’t IMAGINE how hard it is for those poor, beleaguered Plutocrats.Bottom line, if you want your kids to have an actual education, home school them, and avoid repeating the mistakes of the schools. Un-schooling is a thing now, and it’s excellent. There are lots of names for it; project-based, experiential learning, un-schooling, free schooling, etc. What it does is to actually create an environment that STARTS with what the kid wants to learn, and helps them devise a project that will require an obvious level of math, physics, reading, writing, research, creative and critical thinking, and on it goes.It’s true that a 5th grade AGE kid might not know the exact same things at the same time as the school kid, but he or she will eventually find reasons to learn it all by the time they are ready to work. Few of them will get jobs. They are much more likely to do something entrepreneurial, or enter the creative arts. I suggest that this is possible the only situation left that might produce another Einstein. There might have been some potential geniuses when they started school, but all that will be swirling the drain in just a few years of conditioning.Great question, BTW!
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What is the order of next of kin UK?There is no universal legal definition of next of kin in the UK, but there are particular circumstances where the phrase is used in legislation. In the Mental Health Act 2005 there is a list of family members in obvious priority order \u2013 spouse, child, parent, sibling, grandparent, grandchild, uncle/aunt, nephew/niece.
How do I prove I am the executor of an estate?Research the laws in your state. ... File the appropriate probate petition with the court clerk in the county in which the deceased lived. ... Go to probate court at the designated time with proof of your identity as the person named as the executor in the will. ... Ask the court to confirm you as the executor of the will.
How do you prove next of kin?Find your state's statute. The person's next of kin then inherit any estate property. To find your state's statute, you can visit a local law library and ask the librarian for the statute on \u201cintestacy.\u201d This is the term for what happens when a person dies without a will. You can also search on the Internet.
How do you prove that you are next of kin?Find your state's statute. The person's next of kin then inherit any estate property. To find your state's statute, you can visit a local law library and ask the librarian for the statute on \u201cintestacy.\u201d This is the term for what happens when a person dies without a will. You can also search on the Internet.
How do I prove I am next of kin?Find your state's statute. The person's next of kin then inherit any estate property. To find your state's statute, you can visit a local law library and ask the librarian for the statute on \u201cintestacy.\u201d This is the term for what happens when a person dies without a will. You can also search on the Internet.