TMSC International® Management & Leadership: High Levels of Mercury Spilling into the Pacific Ocean

From : TMSC Security World Alert

Los Angeles Times- Wednesday, January 5, 2011 the Los Angeles Times has a story about high levels of mercury that causes concern. National University of Colombia scientists Guillermo Duque and his wife Pilar Coynua found as much as three times the recommended level of mercury in fish in Buenaventura Bay where the Dagua River empties into the Pacific Ocean.

 Past studies of vaccines  in the United States of America have shown high levels of mercury  are associated with mental health issues. 

How will this effect the water supply?

  1. What effects does this have on the fish supply (food)?
  2. Are there any studies about the association of high levels of mercury in water and mental health issues? 
  3. How will this effect the water supply?

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivations: How Do Managers and Leaders Balance Them?

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Extrinsic Motivations

Extrinsic motivations come from the outside world. Some call it peer pressure, social pressure, social norms, social values, etc. Many of these terms are looked at as negative. But many of them are necessary for social, moral, and economic stability. The term “pressure” implies that the person wants you to conform to something negative. But in reality, most of the “pressure” is to conform to the “norm” or to become the most “functional”. The highest level of functioning is “success”.

We measure extrinsic motivational success against the outside world, “achievement”, “recognition”, “status”, “promotions”, and “financial rewards”. 

Intrinsic Motivations

Intrinsic motivations come from our inner world. Some call it personal purpose, personal growth, life goals, charity, and social interests. These motivations are not measured against the outside world.

The key is to balance the need for external validation (Extrinsic) with self fulfillment (Intrinsic).

 

Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D., (ABD)

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Tres Mali Scott on: Experts 123 The Questions and Answer Encyclopedia

Experts 123 The Questions and Answer Encyclopedia has an answer from Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD), “Should the US consider Ethiopia an ally despite its poor human rights record?” This article is also featured on TMSC Consulting SVCS, LLC Management & Leaderships Division’s World Affairs as, “Ethiopia, is the Prime Minister’s Work Progressing.

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TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Tres Mali Scott is a Reference for: Right Health & the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force

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The site Right Health We’re Here to Help &  the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force has articles by Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) as a Reference “With Mounting Violence, a Surge in Taliban Support and…. “Read this article provided through a Pulitzer Center endorsement & Helium.com Where Knowledge Rules.

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: The De-Re Concept

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De-program the Negative

Re-program Positive

  • Repetition
  • Reinforcement
  • Positive Triggers
  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Modeling Behaviors
  • Social Learning Environments

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TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Before You Myself!!!!!

Before I Manage you, I must manage myself!

Before I Lead you, I must lead myself!

Before I Encourage you, I must encourage myself!

Before I Organize you, I  must organize myself!

Before I Direct you, I must direct myself!

Before I Control you, I must control myself!

After My personal growth, then you!!!!!

Tres Mali

TMSC International® Management & Leadership: Warfare & World History: Why Nuclear Materials Now?????

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World history has always shown war and conflict. Armies equally equipped and strategy with skill, treaty and negotiations ended the wars and conflicts. Around 2000 to 1200 Before Christ (B.C.) the main stimuli for technological advances was warfare. Now the more technologically advanced had power not seen before. Negotiations, resources, & trade became more important to treaty and the end of wars or conflicts.

This is now the year 2010 A.D. (Ano Domini, Latin for “year of Our Lord”), the way of dating that is used in the United States of America. In China today it is the year 4708, of the Tiger. According to the Ethiopian Calendar it is the year 2002. Whatever year it is, today in the United States of America a world history observation shows that many small or rural countries are being forced to learn and use dangerous technology to survive.

Some countries have been reported by the media as using terrorist and para-terrorist activities that match the age in which , Before Christ (B.C.).  As an I have currently had many that indicate the use of excessive force by individuals who may not have the means to control the type of technology they are using.

Newsweek, , and the New York Times have all reported human rights violations that areCB066633 occurring all over the world. , , , & have . Who do we turn to, when the international watchdogs are no longer acting? Terrorism and have already effected the United States of America. The 9/11 bombing and terrorist have shot US soldiers at recruiting offices. This is no longer just a problem for other countries. It is also a problem in the United States of America.

Most large countries have spent billions of dollars to protect from long range weapons. Today many of these small countries have the resources and funding to purchase small bombs, short range weapons, and nuclear capability. It would be to allow someone of sit with Nuclear burns without treatment. From a religious point of view it might feel like a fake hell, continuous burning. The United States of America has taken the lead in most cases and once had to requested the United Nations have other countries involved in decision making that effects and affects .

In conclusion the international issues of terrorism and para-terrorism must be addressed by more than the United States of America. The United Nations must involve the entire world to solve these problems.