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Personal obstacles Continued from page 1 and has been honored by the United States Congressional Black Cau- cus and the United Nations for his efforts. Don't get silo-ed: The skills that have served you well in one arena can be applied to others, as well. So don't get stuck on a nar- row path. Levin, for example, has successfully pivoted into worlds unrelated to trial law, tacHing such diverse challenges as founding the first reality cable TV station, man- aging the boxing career of one of the greatest boxers to ever live, and even running a chain of women's dress shops and barbecue joints. Discover what it is about you that helped you succee~ and find ways to apply those skills in new ways. Turn insult into victory: Not everyone with power and influ- ence over your future is going to be your advocate. Rather than let naysayers' prophecies become re- ality, succeed in spite of their beliefs about your potential. When Levin entered law school, he had a reputation as a party boy, gambler and lousy student. Having barely skidded through college, the dean of his law school predicted he would never graduate. Even while deal- ing with the death of his brother, Levin proved the dean wrong, graduating third in his class. Information about Young' s new book can be found online at AndGiveUpShowBiz.com. Even when obstacles abound, so do opportunities. With some creative thinking, yc,, can triumph over setbacks. Breakfast Continued ,rom page 3 the eggs, and 4 tbsp of melted but- ter, and then whisk to combine. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, add the finely crushed cereal and stir just enough to combine the pancake batter. Don't over mix or the pancakes will get tough. Batter should be slightly thick. Lightly butter the griddle and pour 1/2 cup of batter on at a time. Let pancakes cook for two min- utes, or until bubbles Start to ap- pear in the center. Gently flip over and cook for an additional minute or until golden brownon bottom. Transfer to a plate and keep warm in the oven until ready to I i Tree removal, t .taming and Stump Removal Licensed Insured Reasonable rates Rubber Roofing Specialist Modified Hot Tar Shingling 1-800-365-8677 Approved Installer No. 4565-3 of Triumph EPDM Membrane by Firestone Building Products Up to 20-year warranty 01son Roofing York, Neb. 402-362-4825 Insutance- ClaifrisWeld6me " serve. Top with additional butter, whipped cream and syrup if de- sired. The Week of September 15, 2014 The Leader Page 7 Emergencies Continued from page 6 about its emergency plans. If it doesn't have a plan in place, you may want to ask for one to be created. More disaster prep tips and re- sources for families can be found at www.savethechildren.org/ GetReady. Don't wait to cream a disaster plan. Doing so leaves children at risk. This National Preparedness Month, secure your family' s health and wellness by making a plan. Americans not getting enough relaxation time (StatePoint) Nearly all Ameri- cans understand thatrelaxationtime is essential to good health, yet most of us don't spend nearly enough time unwinding during a typical day or week. While our society acknowledges that kicking back is indispensable, we don't seem to be practicing what we preach. Indeed, 99 per- cent of Americans think relaxation is important, yetthey actually spend less than 5 percent of their day relaxing, according a new inde- pendent research study commis- sioned by Princess Cruises. The goal of the research was to better understand the latest tre~ '..s about Law many of us .... ~!ly relax a.a how we go about doing it. Nearly half of Americans re- port they're more stressed than their significant other, with a whopping 82 percent of men indicating that their partner is the stressed out one. Music topped the list of relax- ation techniques for those surveyed, with 48 percent reporting music helps them take it easy. Interest- ingly, only 18 percent find exer- eLse is a good relaxation tool. The most surprising findings were that relaxation causes 62 per- cent of parents to feel guilty and that nearly one third of Americans surveyed reported being stressed out s~ly by the thought of relax- ing|. So tty to beat the odds and make time to unwind. I SATURDAY, SEPT. 20 * 10 A.M. Auction will be held at the farm 1 mile West of Esbon, Kan. (Go West between the elevator office and bins) REAL ESTATE Legal Description: Beginning at Southeast corner of E 1/2 of NE 1/4 4-3-10 running north 40 rods; thence west 80 rods; thence south 40 rods; thence east 80 rods to place of beginning. 19 acres with 11 tillable acres. There is an older 1 story home, bam, machine shed, several other out buildings, with fruit trees. The seller will do no inspections or repairs. Inspections made by the purchaser must be done before September 20, 2014. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC is acting as seller agent. Terms: 10% of purchase price down payment day of auction, the balance will be due upon closing on or before November 20, 2014. Weltmer Phillips Law office will be the escrow agent, escrow fees will be split 50150. Title insurance will be used, the cost will be split 50/50 between seller and purchaser. TRACTORS, TRUCKS 1979 Ford 5600 diesel tractor, 3 pt., weighted, dual hyd., 3807 hrs. good; Huskee 150 bu gravity wagon w/6 ton running gear; 8' x 16' wooden box trailer on new running gear; 2-4 wheel running gears; 4 wheel metal side flair box trailer; 1978 Chevrolet EICamino 6 cy., 3 speed on floor, has been setting; 1959 Chevrolet Apache 36 1 ton truck 4 speed, 6 cy., has been setting; 1959 Ford F600 truck, hoist, 13 1/2' bed w/steel floor, has been setting; Case 930 Cor,.,ort King diesel standard, dual hyd, has been setting; Case 830 Case O Matic standard by0 (cracked piston); 1935 IHC F12 tractor; 1937 IHC F12 w/steel wheels; MACHINERY & OTH=R John Deere 37 pull type 9' cycle mower; New Holland 269 twine baler; New Holland 56 side delivery rake; New Holland 56 bale wagon; Case lever manure spreader metal sides; Miller 12' offset disc; 2 wheel 100 bu PTO a~,~er wagon; IHC 150 hoe drill w/carrier 16-10; MF grinder mixer; New Holland 12' self propelled swather w/crimper, has been setting; New I,~.al pull type 6' sickle mower; Ford 3 bottom mounted plow; 3 pt. bale fork; 2 row 3 pt. cultivator; Flex d.ing 12' V blade; Dual 300 hay fork; IHC 3 bottom pull type plow; 2 A Gleaner combines for parts; 1/2 sack cem- " 2.ixer w/ electric motor; JD 10' pull type tandem disc; combine bin on 2 wheels; 2~, IHC weeder's; 4" augers; 1000 gal fuel tank w/electric pump; 300 gal overhead fuel tank; Coop 6\112 ton bulk bin w/auger; new Pride of Farm hog water; double sided creep feeder; 10 sow hog fe der; 6-8' feeder panels; portable loading chute; roller mill; portable corral panels; assortment hog p~nels; metal hog sorting pin; 10 REA poles; T posts; hedge posts; 8' & 10' metal gates; 16' fiber gla~s boat w/trailer needs work; Yamaha 3 wheeler needs work; silage fork; railroad oil can; cream ~an; buzz saw blade; Clipper seed cleaner; boomers; platform scale; 2 trailers of small items. Note: Check our web site for pictures at www.thummelauction.com. KEITH NOLLER Auction Conducted By Thummei Real Estate & Auction LLC 785-738-0067 or 785-738-5933 37-2c Custom Design Seed Warehouse, Farm _ 2..orage 6eneral Purpose I (:altQualityBuilde s 402-773-5617 \\