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The Renaissance Soul: Life Design for People with Too Many Passions to Pick Just One
The Renaissance Soul: Life Design for People with Too Many Passions to Pick Just One
How do I decide what to do with my life when there are so many things I want to do?

It is conventional wisdom that there is one true path in life for each of us. But what about those with a wide array of interests, a dynamic curiosity about the world, and an ever-renewing wellspring of passions? Margaret Lobenstine calls these people “Renaissance Souls,” and in this groundbreaking book, she offers a life-planning strategy in tune with their dynamic, change-loving personalities. Renaissance Souls often get stuck, moving from entry-level job to entry-level job, degree to degree, or hobby to hobby, unwilling to settle on just one thing to do “for the rest of my life.” Or, after achieving success in one field, they yearn for new challenges and begin looking around for something different. Yet they are also afraid that if they pursue their changing interests, they will have to give up on financial security, becoming “a jack of all trades and master of none.”

The Renaissance Soul, the first book devoted to this personality type, not only shows that it’s possible to design a successful, vibrant life built on multiple passions, but also gives readers the practical advice to do so. Lobenstine arms the reader with powerful life-design strategies, including how to:

*Understand the exciting and powerful difference between choice and focus

*Transform your day job so that it carries your dreams forward

*Manage your time the Renaissance Soul way

*Thrive on many interests without feeling scattered

*Get paid for your passions

*Learn a new field without going back to school

*Get inspired by Renaissance Souls from ancient times to the present, from Leonardo da Vinci to Ben Franklin to Oprah Winfrey

Stocked with creative exercises, relevant resources, and interviews with successful Renaissance Souls, this profoundly inspiring guide will show readers the way to a richer, more fulfilling life—big enough to embrace all their dreams.

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Trunk lid moved so far forward that it is ripping the rubber off the window.
Trunk lid moved so far forward that it is ripping the rubber off the window.
Trunk lid moved so far forward that it is ripping the rubber off the winfdow. Why would the trunk lid be adjusted to the maximum forward? Take a look at the lights. Since the lights cannot be adjusted, it means the trunk lid had to be. Does this mean that the quarter replacement was put on too far forward? Does this mean that that wrinkled corner does not extent back enough? Does this mean the whole corner of the car is off? Also, what is on the metal at the corner of the window?? Is it going to rain into the trunk? Is it going to be moldy and rust? Brian and Tim Work by Wentworth Chevrolet 107 Southeast Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97214 - (503) 232-2000 When I pointed out the problems, Brian said it was not a new car and they are very minor. He said you could hardly see anything. I asked if he would like to get in the car and choose any other body shop in the area to inspect his work and tell us what they think. Brian got upset and told me that he Manages two shops and he does not have time for this type of thing. First time I refused due to bad work they argued and finally said they would work on it. Second time I went to pick it up there was a paint line all the way across the bumper. This was when Brian told me it was no big deal and that it was right at the edge so no one would notice it. Third time I went to pick it up, there was no one to talk to me. Here is what the car looks like after giving the them two chances to make it right after the original work. If I go back it will be their fourth time working on it. I asked Chevy Wentworth for for the Allstate Adjuster's estimate, they said no. I asked for the promised warranty papers, they say they will mail them. I called Allstate Insurance and asked them for the adjuster's estimate, they said it is in the mail. I called them again a week later. They said it is in the mail. December 23, 2009 4:42PM Meeting with Lou, Wentworth Chevrolet General Manager and Brian. Subject: Bad metal work in corner: uneven, stretched, wrinkled(Pictured in corner photos) According to the General Manager this corner work just looks dirty. After 10 minutes of showing the difference between the flat corner where they did not work and explaining that wrinkles in metal mean that the overall length changes compared to flat Lou the General Manager answered: I have to determine if this is within acceptable standards. It does not look that bad, I could not even tell it was simply not dirty. Subject: Unsealed and scratched metal from Wentworth body work. Why is it not sanded and painted? GM, Lou's answer: Allstate insurance only pays us to paint the outside of the car, we are not paid to paint anything inside. Subject: Trunk lid shock, broke when opened trunk the evening I picked up the car. Brian: We did not remove the shock, we unbolted it without touching the shock. Subject: Replace rear glass due to damage which occurred in the shop. Promised genuine GM glass replacement. Brian: I was there when Tim called you and we promised a window made by the company that also makes glass for GM. Not an actual GM window. Subject: Trunk lid forces against rear window molding tearing it away from the glass. Brian: The glass was put on after we put everything together. We did miss that, it can easily be moved back and away. Question: If you move the trunk lid back at this time, how will it match the place you welded the quarter panel replacement? Answer: Silence. Subject: Right break lamp sticks out about 5/8 of an inch when the left one,(left has not been moved by Chevy Wentworth). Answer: It is all adjustable, we can just move it in. Subject: Dirt in paint. Brian: There is always dirt in paint. Lou, General Manager: Can you fix that, it is really noticeable. Brian: We can just buff it out. Subject: Paint texture is different everywhere. Answer: None. Subject: Buckle in frame and crack in wheel well. Brian: These cars do not have a frame. They are unibody and we can just cover it with sealant. Subject: Over-spray and paint tape lines in door well. Brian: We did not paint inside the door well, we only painted the outer area. Question: How was the quarter panel attached to the car if you did not paint the area inside? It was attached to the outer part before the bend in. I will have to talk to the person that did the work. Question: Let's ask him now. Brian: He is not here. Question: If nothing is aligned where it should be, how can you say that the frame is straight. Brian: it does not have a frame and besides if it was not right the window would not fit. Yes, Brian that I agree. The trunk lid rubs so hard against the window, it is tearing the edging off. If you move it back and away then the trunk lid lines will not match the misplaced quarter panel, if you move the brake light, how will the other lines match, etc... Lou the GM was as nice as she could be faced with the issues at hand. She was calm and did her best to protect her employee while trying
Trunk lid moved so far forward that it is ripping the rubber off the window. Work by Chevy Wentworth & Subaru 107 Southeast Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97214 - (503) 232-2000 Wentworth Chevrolet
Trunk lid moved so far forward that it is ripping the rubber off the window. Work by Chevy Wentworth & Subaru 107 Southeast Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97214 - (503) 232-2000 Wentworth Chevrolet
Trunk lid moved so far forward that it is ripping the rubber off the window. Why would the trunk lid be adjusted to the maximum forward? Take a look at the lights. Since the lights cannot be adjusted, it means the trunk lid had to be. Does this mean that the quarter replacement was put on too far forward? Does this mean that that wrinkled corner does not extend back enough? Does this mean the whole corner of the car is off? Also, what is on the metal at the corner of the window?? Is it going to rain into the trunk? Is it going to be moldy and rust? Brian and Tim Work by Wentworth Chevrolet 107 Southeast Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97214 - (503) 232-2000 When I pointed out the problems, Brian said it was not a new car and they are very minor. He said you could hardly see anything. I asked if he would like to get in the car and choose any other body shop in the area to inspect his work and tell us what they think. Brian got upset and told me that he Manages two shops and he does not have time for this type of thing. First time I refused due to bad work they argued and finally said they would work on it. Second time I went to pick it up there was a paint line all the way across the bumper. This was when Brian told me it was no big deal and that it was right at the edge so no one would notice it. Third time I went to pick it up, there was no one to talk to me. Here is what the car looks like after giving the them two chances to make it right after the original work. If I go back it will be their fourth time working on it. I asked Chevy Wentworth for for the Allstate Adjuster's estimate, they said no. I asked for the promised warranty papers, they say they will mail them. I called Allstate Insurance and asked them for the adjuster's estimate, they said it is in the mail. I called them again a week later. They said it is in the mail. December 23, 2009 4:42PM Meeting with Lou, Wentworth Chevrolet General Manager and Brian. Subject: Bad metal work in corner: uneven, stretched, wrinkled(Pictured in corner photos) According to the General Manager this corner work just looks dirty. After 10 minutes of showing the difference between the flat corner where they did not work and explaining that wrinkles in metal mean that the overall length changes compared to flat Lou the General Manager answered: I have to determine if this is within acceptable standards. It does not look that bad, I could not even tell it was simply not dirty. Subject: Unsealed and scratched metal from Wentworth body work. Why is it not sanded and painted? GM, Lou's answer: Allstate insurance only pays us to paint the outside of the car, we are not paid to paint anything inside. Subject: Trunk lid shock, broke when opened trunk the evening I picked up the car. Brian: We did not remove the shock, we unbolted it without touching the shock. Subject: Replace rear glass due to damage which occurred in the shop. Promised genuine GM glass replacement. Brian: I was there when Tim called you and we promised a window made by the company that also makes glass for GM. Not an actual GM window. Subject: Trunk lid forces against rear window molding tearing it away from the glass. Brian: The glass was put on after we put everything together. We did miss that, it can easily be moved back and away. Question: If you move the trunk lid back at this time, how will it match the place you welded the quarter panel replacement? Answer: Silence. Subject: Right break lamp sticks out about 5/8 of an inch when the left one,(left has not been moved by Chevy Wentworth). Answer: It is all adjustable, we can just move it in. Subject: Dirt in paint. Brian: There is always dirt in paint. Lou, General Manager: Can you fix that, it is really noticeable. Brian: We can just buff it out. Subject: Paint texture is different everywhere. Answer: None. Subject: Buckle in frame and crack in wheel well. Brian: These cars do not have a frame. They are unibody and we can just cover it with sealant. Subject: Over-spray and paint tape lines in door well. Brian: We did not paint inside the door well, we only painted the outer area. Question: How was the quarter panel attached to the car if you did not paint the area inside? It was attached to the outer part before the bend in. I will have to talk to the person that did the work. Question: Let's ask him now. Brian: He is not here. Question: If nothing is aligned where it should be, how can you say that the frame is straight. Brian: it does not have a frame and besides if it was not right the window would not fit. Yes, Brian that I agree. The trunk lid rubs so hard against the window, it is tearing the edging off. If you move it back and away then the trunk lid lines will not match the misplaced quarter panel, if you move the brake light, how will the other lines match, etc... Lou the GM was as nice as she could be faced with the issues at hand. She was calm and did her best to protect her employee while trying t

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