Win 10 Grand with Charter On Demand

Wednesday, May 20, 2009


Attention all existing or non-existing customer of charter communication! has done it again, charter has put out some fun contest online and is giving away some fun prizes. In April charter gave away HDTVs, home theater system and one year of free Charter Digital Cable service with HD programming. And last year Charter gave away laptops and Xbox 360 game systems and one customer was lucky enough and drove away a 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid.

Charter Cable is doing it again, this May charter is rewarding their costumers in new and exciting way. By giving away one $10,000 prize and four 52" HDTV's. Yes, you heard that right! Charter is not only providing you the amazing service but they also making everything fun for everyone. Do you know that you can play every week at and you will get the chance to win some cool prizes. Visit and answer every week on demands question and you could win ten thousand dollars. Charter is also giving away four 52" Sony Bravia HDTV every week.

Entering the contest is very simple just simply visit, play every week, just simply answer the questions, all four weeks for four chances to win the $10,000 Grand Prize. Play every week from May one to May 31, you do not have to purchase charter cable service for you to enter. Just go to Win ten Grand Contest Page and answer the question then enter, you will never know, you could be the next winner. If you do not have charter on demand yet? Order digital cable today. For more information, subscribe to Charter's Twitter Feed.


Go for Your Dreams

Everybody has dreams, even if they're buried deep inside childhood fantasies. Here's how to find them and make them come true.

Get in touch with your dreams. What do you fantasize about doing with your spare time? What extraordinary future makes you feel a little bit more alive when you imagine yourself in it? What did you dream about when you were a child? Think about it ...And write it all down. Identify mental obstacles that stand in the way of your dreams. For example, maybe you've always dreamed about becoming a painter, but you were too worried about what people think, or about not making enough money. In this case, your obstacles are ego and finances. Ask yourself honestly: What's more important, achieving my dreams, or getting respect from my peers, or being financially secure? If I had to choose between my dreams and my other concerns, what would I choose? Make changes in your life. If you're not already working towards your dreams, you're probably trapped in a cycle that keeps you locked away from them. Break the cycle. For a lot of people, that means changing careers.Set clear, inspiring goals. Goals are like pillars that support your dreams.

Discovering your dreams is an ongoing process. Often, as you try to make your dreams a reality, you learn more about what you want. For example, you might have dreamed about becoming a vet, but in the middle of vet school, you may realize that your dreams involve training animals rather than treating them. Don't be scared to adjust your course as you learn more about yourself and what you want out of life. Believe in yourself. Keep moving forward and live in the now. If you have trouble letting go of something in the past, e.g. something you feel bad about, then write it down on some paper and then destroy the paper- ripping, shredding, anything as long as its gone and you can move forward to follow your dream. You can provide yourself with an extra measure of motivation by using the Best Me Technique of self-hypnosis to pre-experience the rewards of a long-term goal, thereby reducing or eliminating the need for "will power."Don't lose focus if something that appears better comes along.

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