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a Ukrainian pollster,The family owns other businesses in the region and has been looking forward to opening this Palm Beach Tan location in their hometown. marchés alimentaires Paris (@Paris) November 14, 13,C. maybe someday I could too And so I did what so many of you have done I worked hard I studied hard I pursued my dreams And when I was not much older than those of you sitting here at this graduation I ran for public office for the first time Now President McNulty left this part out of the biography that he read Because you see I actually ran for the Congress of the United States twice before I was elected on the third time I ran in 19-and-88 met my second favorite President Ronald Reagan when I was a young man and a candidate (Applause) But I wasn’t successful I tried again I wasn’t successful again And I looked at my young bride who hasn’t changed a bit since that day (Laughter) And I said to her well maybe that’s not for us But I never let go of that dream I never did You’re going to face challenges in the days that will unfold after this day and occasionally encounter a setback But I want you to trust that dream that’s in your heart and never let it go For Karen and me it meant going into a completely different business It meant starting a family starting a life It meant really pushing on and trusting God for the path that he’d called us on And then that dream came back around and I had a chance to serve in that Congress serve as governor of my state And I stand before you today deeply humbled to serve as Vice President of the United States of America So hold on to your calling Never let it go Another President Calvin Coolidge put it this way: “Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence” Talent will not: Nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent “Genius will not: Unrewarded genius is almost a proverb Education will not: The world is full of educated derelicts” he wrote “Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent” And so persistence men and women: Hold on to your dreams and drive forward From this day forward to the Grove City College Class of 2017 you are called to lead fearlessly Be men and women of integrity with a servant’s heart expect opposition and persevere and lastly have faith For as the Good Book says He knows the plans he has for you — plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you a hope and a future As you go from here today to live your life according to the precepts and principles that you’ve learned here at Grove City College strive every day to lead with courage and conviction in the places where you live and work And in all that you do have faith Have faith that He that brought you this far will never leave you and never forsake you — because He never will If you hold fast to Him to the faith that deepened in this special place and to all that you learned from this extraordinary faculty I know in my heart of hearts you will not only persevere you will prevail And I look out in the black robes at a sea of leaders that will lead your families your professions and our country to unimaginable heights Grove City College Class of 2017 this is your day the future is yours Go get it Thank you God bless you and may God bless the United States of America (Applause) Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsWorking smarter and faster is a must in todays increasingly complex world But productivity hacks dont have to be complicated Here are three simple tips that have made a big difference in my own ability to get things done 1 Always ask "Why" Meetings are an unavoidable fact of life in the working world The trick is to approach them with purpose Before every meeting make sure you understand what its purpose is and take time to identify the outcome you want to achieve Its important that all parties are on the same page about the "why" of the gathering so agendas are a must as are meeting summaries that identify next steps and who is responsible for each one You can also use this approach to be more productive with your phone calls or any other type of work encounter in your day 2 Know thyself Figure out what parts of the day you are most/least energetic and plan your schedule accordingly Im a morning person who starts the day strong Whenever possible I schedule my most demanding activities for the early hours Its surprising how much more productive you can be when you work in sync with your own natural rhythms 3 Unplug One of the best routes to being more productive is to regularly schedule time when youre not trying to be productive at all Simply put you must take time away from work Its not just about using your vacation time which is important (although surveys show that only about half of American workers actually do so) Recharging needs to happen on a regular basis That means refraining from working 24/7 I find that its essential to my own productivity to rest and reflect on the weekends Ironically some of my best ideas about work come then when Im not actively focused on work I am also a firm believer that some of your down time should be devoted to exercise I work out for about an hour every morning because it enables me to keep my energy up and focus strong for the rest of the day I wouldnt be remotely as productive without it Theres nothing earth-shattering about any of this advice but sometimes its the little things that can make the biggest difference This article originally appeared on LinkedIn Follow Roger W Ferguson president and CEO of TIAA-CREF on LinkedIn Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsIt sounds like a children’s nursery tale; a single whale roams the ocean calling out at a unique frequency looking for friends but finding none Scientists have spent decades trying to trace the mammal but though its strange haunting call has been heard frequently since 1989 its never been found Entourage star Adrian Grenier and filmmaker Josh Zeman are leading the latest attempt to find the ‘lonely whale’ on a mission partially funded by Leonardo DiCaprio Their ship will leave California this fall and sail for 20 days 400 miles off the Pacific Coast The crew will use equipment used to track submarines and the expedition will be overseen by marine biologists Grenier and Zeman hope they will find the lonely whale but even if they don’t they will come back with a documentary about the search and the lives of whales Grenier tells TIME that they hope to locate the whale to find out why it has been searching for other whales for such a long time "We are looking to connect with him so as to better understand what he has to say not only about the plight of whales as they fight to survive ocean noise pollution but also what he has to say about us and our humanity and ability to connect with nature" he says Herman Melville published his novel on the search for an elusive whale Moby Dick in 1851 Grenier sees similarities "Lonely whale has that kind of adventure I suppose" he says "A lot like Moby Dick but it is not like Moby Dick in that we are not hunting this whale” The Lonely Whale was first discovered by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts in 1989 Scientists noticed it had a unique call at a much higher frequency than other whales at 52 hertz (Hz) compared to 20Hz for the Fin Whale or 10-39 Hz for a Blue Whale The whale nicknamed 52Hz was heard again in 1990 and 1991 and every year since 2004 Many scientists believe it is the only whale emitting that particular sound 52Hz also moves in unique patterns around the seas like blue whales but at times of the year associated with the fin whale It can be heard in the Pacific Ocean between August and December and then travels as far north as the Aleutian and Kodiak Islands and as far south as the California coast Zeman first heard about the whale at an artists’ colony where it inspired a play and a piece of sculpture Zeman returned home and started researching the lonely whale "I was like thats my story but fine" says Zeman "I went to the web and thats when it all came together I found 40-year-old men 16-year-old girls all inspired by this story of the whale Everyone loves whales Not only is the whale so big its also so gentle Those two things make us step back There arent many creatures out there that we are in awe of" Zeman discussed it with producer Lucy Cooper who convinced Grenier to take an interest The trio used Kickstarter to fund the quest and in March 2015 it closed with more than $400000 raised including $50000 from DiCaprio "There are so many things that make it a sticky story" says Zeman whos currently working on pre-production of the film "The idea of loneliness and calling out; the human existential crisis of reaching out and never being heard" But is the whale really lonely Some are sceptical that the whale is really alone at all According to John Hildebrand a professor at the Scripps Institution Of Oceanography in California the whale’s call has been gradually deepening Its call could be now around 47Hz and this has been been observed in other blue whales around the world which suggests it is unusual but not unique Grenier and the team want to examine whether man-made ocean noise might have caused 52Hz to be separated from its school or family "Were driving cetaceans crazy" says Zeman "Think how sensitive you are I know people in New York City who are literally driven crazy by their neighbours and such noise We do the same to these animals day in and day out every second of every day" How will Zeman feel if he sets eyes on 52Hz "Ive thought about how Ill feel many times I think Ive rationalised not finding him because were searching for something we really dont have that great a chance of finding Its not 100%" he says "The story isnt about is finding this whale its about how this whale has already found us” Contact us at [email protected] without exception, Contact us at [email protected]” a Springer spokesperson said in a statement. 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McCabe felt the story would portray him and the FBI unfairly, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Utah U. the troubled international fusion project under construction in France. and sustainable over the long-term. Therefore … we hope to see that the President’s FY 2016 budget proposal prioritizes NIH funding so that the agency is able to begin the process of ensuring that our country is able to consistently support the plethora of research opportunities to improve public health that currently exist I hope that the Administration does not flat fund R&RA (research and related activities) at NSF Last year (FY15 Presidents Request) was the first time in NSF history that research was level funded I hope FY 16 PresBud is better 7:45 am: Top line R&D number out; White House wants 6% bump for R&D spending caps lifted The Obama administration will ask for a 6% increase in federal spending on research and development according to a White House fact sheet previewing today’s budget request to Congress for the 2016 fiscal year which begins in October “Our long-term economic competitiveness depends upon continued robust investment in R&D” according to the statement “including significant investments in basic research and advanced manufacturing technology?