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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 2, 2020 / As the owner and CEO of the largest online sports betting consulting firm in Las Vegas, Betwithaj Consulting LLC, AJ Gunasena has spent the last decade building his sports betting consulting empire. His motto is: he picks, you profit. AJ offers premier seasonal packages for anyone interested in making a legitimate stream of income in the sports betting industry. If you can read an email, follow directions, and place a bet directly from your smartphone you can make money with Betwithaj Consulting LLC.

Having started from the ground up and learned everything himself, AJ faced a long road of trial and errors that got him to where he is today. Ten years ago he sold phones at AT&T as a sales rep. He was so good at what he was doing that the company capped his commission structure.

“I was

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Many of us live in a prison of our own making. We spend our lives dreading Mondays, looking forward to paychecks, and working longer hours, only to shoulder even more responsibility.

It’s a never-ending chase, but life doesn’t have to be that way. It’s time to stop going through the motions and start living. It’s time to build a business that offers you freedom.

After interviewing more than 150 entrepreneurs, Doug Foley realized they all had one thing in common—and it wasn’t a fancy job title, car, or house. Instead of building their lives around their businesses, they built their businesses around the lives they wanted to live.

He wrote Breakout Blueprint to help others follow their lead. Using the four pillars of every successful business—passion, expertise, need, and value—Doug explains how anyone can break free from the typical 9-to-5 and create a deeply fulfilling career on their own terms.

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues into the fall, three Wicomico County teachers explain how they’re preparing for the upcoming virtual semester.

Salisbury Daily Times

SALISBURY, MD. — Christy Rose was at a loss as she and her husband, Andrew, prepared for the upcoming school year.

Their two daughters — one in Kindergarten and the other in third grade — were set to attend Northwestern Elementary School in Mardela Springs. That was until COVID-19 forced the prevention of in-person learning for several schools across the state.

Students and teachers have moved quickly to adjust to a virtual format, while parents balance their responsibilities at work with the attention required for their child’s education.

It’s an issue members of the DiCarlo Digital Copy Center noticed. The family-owned business has several employees — including Andrew Rose — with young children.

The DiCarlo School of Virtual Learning kicked off at the start of

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Since the mid-1980’s, charades-inspired game Pictionary has sold over 38 million copies in 60 countries, making it one of the bestselling board games in the world. It’s even been licensed by popular sitcoms like “The Simpsons,” “Friends” and “The Facts of Life.” 

But what most people don’t know is that the game wasn’t originated by a toy giant, like Mattel or Milton Bradley, but rather by Rob Angel, a young waiter from Seattle – with no “toy experience” – who simply had a big idea and went for it. 

Angel turned a weekly game night tradition into a bestselling board game and it made him and his partners multi-millionaires when they sold the game to to Mattel for $29 million. Now 62, Angel recently told the story of Pictionary in his book “Game Changer.”

“I really just think I’m an average guy,” Angel tells CNBC Make It. “But I followed

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Almost 2 square miles of new marsh will be built in the upper Barataria Basin in Jefferson Parish using sediment dredged from the Mississippi River just over 5 miles away, officials with the state Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority announced this week.

The new wetlands will be created about 15 miles south of New Orleans, just below the town of Jean Lafitte and the Pen, an area of open water resulting from a failed 19th century agricultural project. 

The $176 million project was approved in late July by the Louisiana Trustees Implementation Group, or TIG, which made up of representatives of federal and state agencies that oversee the spending of $5 billion of BP money dedicated to natural resource restoration in the state because of damages caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

The panel overseeing the use of BP oil spill damage money agreed last week to spend $25.6

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(Bloomberg) — The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out nearly half of the 12 million euro-area jobs created since the last recession, in another sign of the enormous damage wreaked on the economy.

Employment slumped by 4.9 million in first half of the year, almost all in the second quarter when the most stringent measures to contain the spread of the virus were in place.

More declines are likely. Generous furlough programs across the 19-nation bloc have so far contained the fallout on the labor market from a record economic contraction, with a rise in unemployment that is more modest than in the U.S.

Governments are now facing tough choices on how to wind down those programs though, as they weigh ballooning debt against the consequences of massive job losses for the economy.

Even the possibility of lost wages can cause consumers to increase their savings, undermining the recovery. The European

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  • Vice President Mike Pence claimed on Fox News on Wednesday that the Trump administration had created “more jobs in the last three months than Joe Biden and Barack Obama created in their eight years in office.”
  • Experts were quick to point out that Pence left out April, when the US lost 20.8 million jobs. The economy has since recovered just under half of those, or about 9 million.
  • The economy under Obama’s two terms recorded a net total of 11.6 million job gains.
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During a Fox News interview on Wednesday night, Vice President Mike Pence claimed that the Trump administration had created more jobs in the past three months than President Barack Obama did in two terms.

The startling claim set off a swift backlash on Twitter.

Pence told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that President Donald Trump had led the country through “the

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