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Don't leave your soul in the parking lot from 9-5!

From: mag453
Subject: Don't leave your soul in the parking lot from 9-5!
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 20:24:28 -0500

WorkingSpirit? Newsletter  
Exploring Mind, Body, & Spirit in the Workplace
copyright 2000
Nov. 15, 2000

Welcome to the premiere issue of WorkingSpirit? Newsletter - 
for those who don't want to leave their souls in the parking lot from 9-5! 

Our purpose is to make your life at work more satisfying by presenting 
spiritual tips for dealing with problems in the workplace. We'll suggest 
ways you can strengthen your creativity, improve your communication 
skills, release stress, and discover a whole new way of creating positive 
change for yourself and your company. From employee to manager to 
CEO, we aim to help you thrive.

If you enjoy this newsletter, please feel free to forward it.

Randy Peyser, Editorial Director
For editorial inquiries, contact: editor@workingspirit.com

In This Issue:


*** Coping with Change


*** What's Preventing You From Receiving That Raise or Promotion?
You and your co-worker have been assigned a project. As competent, 
intelligent people, you each contribute your individual expertise to get 
the job done. Yet, in the end, it is your co-worker who receives the 
recognition. Why? Suze Orman, one of the country's most recognized 
financial consultants and best selling author of  "The Courage to Be Rich" 
and "The Nine Steps to Financial Freedom," believes? 

*** A Simple Exercise to Release Anger
Identify a person at work who triggers your anger?

*** A Zen Approach to An Overwhelming "To Do" List
With the increasing demands placed on companies to keep up with 
the competition, it is not uncommon for workers, from entry level 
employees to CEOs, to have "To Do" lists which are as long as the 
company payroll. A lengthy "to do" list can cause a lot of personal 
stress. Norman Fischer, founder of the Everyday Zen Foundation 
offers an inspiring insight?

*** Stressed? Bring Your Higher Self to Work
Meetings with the boss. Phones ringing. Rewrites requested. 
Proposals overdue. No matter what the source of stress at 
your office, by learning how to connect with your Higher Self, 
you have the power to instantly change the way you feel?


*** Tip to Improve Employee Satisfaction and Productivity
Is it safe for employees to tell the truth in your company? 
In companies where people feel safe to tell the truth, hurts 
and misunderstandings are resolved more quickly. As a result, 
employees feel more enthusiastic about their jobs. Brad Blanton, 
author of  "Practicing Radical Honesty," believes in telling the truth 
100 percent of the time in the workplace?.

*** Tip to Stimulate Creative Problem Solving
If you are busy, you might feel burdened when employees 
need assistance in solving problems. A tool to help employees 
find their own solutions is?

Have a topic you'd like us to address? Let us know! 


*** Sally Fretwell Offers Advice on Desk Placement 


*** Kate Kirner Addresses Your Issues in the Workplace

This Week's Questions: 

*** It feels like my supervisor is following me around all of the time. 
She makes me feel self-conscious and self-critical about my projects. 
What can I do? 

*** Our workforce is housed in several different locations. 
It is a challenge to keep us all focused on a common goal. 
Any suggestions? 

*** I'm a receptionist and my desk is the first one people pass 
when they come through the door. The staff races by me all day 
long and it is exhausting. How can I change this?

Have a question about how to handle a situation at work? 
Ask Kate! askkate@workingspirit.com

            EVENT LISTINGS

*** Dec. 2-7  The 2000 International Conference on Business and 

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Let us know: event@workingspirit.com.

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NEW BUY OPINION: European American Resources, Inc. 
Symbol: EPAR (OTCBB)
Recent Price - $.375 52 Week Range - $.21875 - $1.6875 
Estimated Float - 5.9 Million Shares Outstanding -
16.2 Million Shares 

Gold mining stocks have been a neglected group during
this great Bull Market.  Many financial advisors
suggest putting a small percentage of a portfolio
(3-10%) into precious metals as a hedge against
inflation.  With oil prices hitting multi-year highs,
we are advising purchase of European American
Resources (EPAR), currently trading near the low for
the year.

EPAR'S largest property in Nevada is located
right between two successful gold mines operated by
Homestake Mining (HM-NYSE-5 5/8), one of the top gold
companies in North America.  EPAR recently agreed to a
joint venture with HM, where Homestake is financing
100% of the drilling costs.  If the digging is
promising, European American could be a takeover
candidate at a high multiple to the current price.  In
fact, HM has acquired three of the last five companies
that they entered into similar joint ventures with. 
Also, Nevada is known as one of the lowest-cost areas
to mine gold, and EPAR'S Prospect Mountain property is
right next door to HM'S Ruby Hill, which runs at a
rock bottom cost of $64 per ounce to mine gold.

Our philosophy is to buy stocks with the potential of
doubling over a short-term period.  After they reach
the doubling point, we advise selling half of your
position, so the remaining shares are in your
portfolio on a "FREE" basis.  We recommend buying EPAR
at any price up to $1.50 per share.

The Doubler has received a fee of 5000 shares of
European American Resources, Inc. 
common stock for the writing and distribution of this
report. The Doubler and/or 
its affiliates currently own shares of EPAR, and may
buy or sell shares at any 
time after the dissemination of this report. Because
the publisher owns this stock, there may be a conflict
of interest in The Doubler's statements and opinions. The 
Doubler is not a registered investment advisor,
broker or dealer. Purchase of this 
stock may be considered speculative, and may result in
the loss of some or all of any investment made. 

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