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" ... Again, Felicia contacted Social Security. Two weeks later, last October 21, she received another letter from Social Security demanding Felicia immediately submit a request for a hardship waiver, revealing in the process every iota or her extremely tough, but still private financial life. Otherwise, on November 20th Social Security would start garnishing her wages and, as needed, any federal or state income tax refund. ... "
" ... Selk- We need to redefine the way we think about solutions, from complete resolution of the problem, to just one iota of improvement. Let’s say you’re trying to bring in new business. Maybe you commit to making one extra prospect phone call the next day. Remember, your brain can only fully focus on one thing at a time. So if you’re proactively taking control of how you think based on science and performance – not only is it great that you’re focusing on what’s going to create better results, but you’re not thinking about what’s gone wrong. ... "
" ... So while the Fed is a forever concept, it’s worth it to imagine if it weren’t. The exercise is useful as a way of showing that our economic situation wouldn’t change one iota. Indeed, if we ignore that the dollar’s exchange value has never been part of the Fed’s policy portfolio as is, the main thing is that currency devaluations are as old as currencies are. To pretend, as so many do, that the Fed was behind the dollar’s stupendous fall in the 20th century and beyond is not to just ignore history. It’s also to ignore the history of currencies. ... "
" ... To which the half-awake would gently point out that changing the length of the second wouldn’t alter Brady’s speed one iota. He’d still be one of the NFL’s slowest quarterbacks and players. A second is just a measure. Changing the measure doesn’t change reality. So very true. ... "
" ... We all perform our driving within a vast latitude of driving practices. This is true even when constrained by the legal rules of the road. The laws do not pin down every iota of how you should drive. One person that is driving legally can be driving somewhat differently than another nearby person that is driving legally. ... "