1. Bank of Ann Arbor
    Marketing Assistant
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  2. Middle School Mathematics Teacher

    Woodward Academy

    for the 2014-2015

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  3. Have you heard about the Black Captain America? Well, social media is having a lot of fun with some scenarious involving the newly crowned captain. One would wonder will this Captain America have to deal with the typical "black man" sterotypes we see played out in the media everyday. For example, will he have to battle police brutality?  Check out some of the scenarious being tweeted.  Search #BlackCaptainAmerica . -ldw
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  4. Photo Credit: http://exercise2day.com
    There are moments when you get stressed at work and you don't have time to run to a spa or even leave the office.  When it happens, you need a quick outlet.  The simplest thing to do is stop what you doing and take a moment to BREATHE!

    Next time you are in a stressful situation and need a quick fix, try out this breathing exercise:

    1. Get a sitting position and practice deep breathing. An easier method would be lying down. Not too may places in the workplace have areas where you can lay down, but if you have that option, TAKE IT! Either way, get in an area that's comfortable, convenient and practical.  If you are sitting, make sure your chair is comfortable.  
    2. While sitting, be sure to close your eyes and wiggle around for a little bit. Stretch your neck and shoulders.  Tilt your head, without forcing it, from side to side giving your muscles a chance to relax.
    3. Sit up straight in a balanced position. If you are in a chair with a back, scoot your hips against the backrest and lean back until you feel like you have support. No backrest? Not a problem! Continue sitting in a balanced position and lean the trunk of your body slightly forward.
    4. When you feel comfortable and balanced, facing to the front with eyes closed, relax your shoulders some more. They will feel longer and wider.
    5. While taking deep breaths, you should through your nose and let out a sigh.  While doing this, let your shoulders relax more, stay balanced and don't slump over.
    6. For one to two minutes, breathe slow and easy for at least 15 to 20 breaths. While breathing in, let your abdomen expand and don't puff up your chest while inhaling. Every time you exhale, relax more. Concentrate on your natural breathing. Don't force it.
    7. Once you have completed the breathing exercise, open your eyes and carry on to what you were doing before you started this exercise. 
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  5. Jay Carney is stepping down as White House press secretary, President Barack Obama announced today. Carney said he'd leave in mid June. 

    He is Obama's second press secretary.

    "It's been an amazing experience," Carney said from the White House briefing room. Obama said that Carney deputy Josh Earnest will step into the role.


    Get complete coverage of breaking news on CNN TV, CNN.com and CNN Mobile.
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  6. President Barack Obama says he has accepted Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki's resignation. The announcement came after the two met today to discuss findings about delays for veterans seeking care at VA hospitals.

    "I regret he has to resign under these circumstances," Obama said. He said Shinseki offered his resignation because the VA chief believed he would be a distraction from fixing problems at the troubled agency.

    Get complete coverage of breaking news on CNN TV, CNN.com and CNN Mobile. 
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  7. "A Minute with Maxwell" is like a path to success. It's a video coaching program where I come along side of you each day, teach you the meaning of a word and add value to your life. And then you can 'spread the word' and inspire others around the world. Just one word a day can make a big difference in your life-and those of many others!"
    • Best-selling author of over 74 books
    • Legendary speaker worldwide
    • Global trainer of 6 million leaders in over 185 countries
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  8. 17 Summer Reading Recommendations for PR Pros
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  9. PR Insider: 5 PR Trends Gaining Traction
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