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The Top Ten Psychics in the World

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There are quite a few very famous contemporary psychics in a world, but here are the top ten and in no particular order as each as their own particular set of strengths and gifts.

Sylvia Browne

Sylvia Browne is an internationally recognized psychic who communicates with the dead. She claims to have inherited her psychic gift. She has been running the Nirvana Foundation for Psychic Research since 1973. She is one of those psychics who helps the police find killers and solve crimes. She has authored numerous books on psychic subjects, including Contacting Your Spirit Guide and Past Lives, Future Healing: A Psychic Reveals the Secrets to Good Health, and Great Relationships.

Allison Dubois

Allison Dubois is a psychic who channels the souls of dead pet and people. She has written many books, including Secrets of the Monarch, which is about understanding the caterpillar to butterfly nature of soul freedom. The television series Medium starring Patricia Marquette is supposedly based on the talents of Allison Dubois.

Lisa Williams

This celebrity medium and clairvoyant stars in a show on Lifetime called Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead. The show follows Williams on a typical day, as she communicates with the dead, investigates haunted houses, and does readings. Williams channels many dead famous people including Bob Hope, Princess Diana, Natalie Wood, Marilyn Monroe, and Ray Charles.

John Edwards

Edwards, not to be mistaken for the U.S. Senator with the same name, is an author and television personality. He is best known for his television shows, Crossing Over with John Edward and John Edward Cross Country. On both shows, Edwards attempts to communicate with the spirits of the audience members’ deceased relatives.

Colin Fry

Colin Fry is one of the best-known psychics and spiritualist mediums in Britain. He has hosted many television programs about the Supernatural, including Most Haunted, Psychic Private Eyes, and 6ixth Sense with Colin Fry, produced by Living TV.

Derek Acorah

Derek Acorah is a controversial psychic medium and television personality in the United Kingdom, who is possessed by the dead spirits he channels through his spirit guide s Sam. He is very well known for his appearances on. Derek Acorah’s Ghost Towns and Yvette Fielding’s show Most Haunted.

James Van Praagh

James Van Praagh is a best-selling psychic and medium. He has written several books dealing with spirituality and spirit communication and 2002 to 2003, he hosted a syndicated daytime talk show entitled “Beyond With James Van Praagh.” He is currently the co-Executive Producer of the television series Ghost Whisperer on CBS.

Rosemary Altea

Rosemary Altea is a psychic and author. She has appeared on various programs, including Larry King Live and The Oprah Winfrey Show (with Michael Shermer in 1995).

Doreen Virtue

Dr. Doreen Virtue has appeared on many television shows such as Oprah, Good Morning America, The View, and CNN, revealing how psychic angels can help you heal your life. One of her most famous book, Give the Gift of Healing: A Concise Guide to Spiritual Healing, which was published in 2005.

Gillian Kemp

If you are into Tarot, then you are going to like Gillian Kemp. She is author of The Good Spell Book and recently designed a very interesting pack of Tarot Cards called Tree Magick in which there are no negative cards. She talks to ghosts using techniques learned from her ancient Romanie past and her grandmother, grandfather, and aunt who were also clairvoyant. She uses the more old-fashioned divination techniques, such as teacup readings and crystal balls and is one of the most famous psychics in the United Kingdom.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Top Ten Barriers to Having a High Performance Work Culture

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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Organizations today must be an unified culture of high performance if they wish to thrive and leave a legacy to the next generation. Achieving a high performance culture can be done provided these top 10 barriers have been removed.

  1. Barrier of Beliefs: Beliefs drive the attitudes that are demonstrated through behaviors. Until the beliefs are identified, behaviors will not change.
  2. Barrier of Thinking: Many people are on auto pilot because they have been conditioned how to perform their jobs. People need to remove the barriers so that they can begin to think proactively and look at their roles and responsibilities differently.
  3. Barrier of Ethics: The lack of unified and shared ethics within any organization creates an incredible barrier. When a company has clearly articulated what having high ethics means within that organization, becoming a high performance company is much easier.
  4. Barrier of People Development: The world is a much faster and more complex place and should the business world be any different. People are expected to do more with less time. This is possible if training matures into development by helping people be better at what they currently are doing.
  5. Barrier of Goal Achievement: Goals are a part of any organization. Yet, most people do not know how to consistently plan, set and achieve personal goals, let along professional or organizational ones.
  6. Barrier of Measurement: What gets measured, gets managed. Measurement requires understanding what needs to be measured and why that needs to be measured. Judgements need to be made and in today’s world, making judgments has become viewed as a negative.
  7. Barrier of Leadership: Without effective leadership, high performance is the impossible dream. You have a better chance of catching a windmill that moving your organization forward into a culture of high performance.
  8. Barrier of Policies & Procedures: Are you easy to do business with both with external and internal customers? How much business are you losing because of your policies and procedures? What impact do these rules and regulations have on the performance of your employees?
  9. Barrier of Working the Strategic Plan Consistently: Plans are designed to be work and not placed on a shelf or in a drawer to be taken out once a year. All efforts must be consistently reviewed to determine alignment with the plan and to adjust for any necessary course corrections.
  10. Barrier of Consistent Communication:
  11. Communication is the linkage between all the barriers. Without consistent communication, you may have people potentially working against each other and draining your bottom line.

Are these the only barriers? No. However, these are the key barriers that are currently keeping your organization or business from getting to where you want to be – a high performance culture where transformational change is always in the air.

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100 Top Action Verbs to Use to Write Powerful, Effective Resume Subheads that Will Win You the Job

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Resume writing is of paramount importance in managing the image you present to employers. The stronger the skill and experience descriptions are in your resume — the higher the number of interviews and salary offers you receive. Having a well-written resume that presents you in your best light will help you attain more interviews and receive higher salary offers.

You have special gifts and abilities. If you develop them properly, you can use them to achieve all your goals. If you are committed to creating a fulfilling career, you must uncover these special gifts and abilities and dedicate yourself to developing and sharpening them. The most powerful resume you can write is one that showcases your unique abilities and talents. Simply Nonfiction Resume Writing Service is a resume writing service that has a proven, strategic system for re-writing your resume so that it showcases your unique abilities and talents and helps you land more interviews, helps you win your dream job and helps you earn the salary you and your loved ones deserve.

Your ability to generate a generous income for yourself and your family is the most important asset your possess. A well-written resume is one of your most powerful possessions because it allows you to leverage your earning power — the most important financial asset you possess.

Simply Nonfiction Resume Writing Service has invented a distinctive Unique Talents and Abilities Resume Writing System that allows you to take your career to a higher level than it’s ever been at before. Part of our strategic program involves writing vivid, strong headings and subheads for your writing. Vivid, descriptive action words create a word picture in a potential employer’s mind. Action verbs enable the potential employer to visualize you accomplishing important tasks in your previous jobs — this gives them them impression you will also be able to accomplish great feats for them.

Simply Nonfiction Resume Writing Service has carefully studied and analyzed the top 100 Action Verbs to use when writing resume headings and subheadings. These action verbs are particularly powerful because they prompt potential employers to visualize vivid word pictures in their minds. After reading this list, you may decide that you would like the services of a professional resume writing service to help you professionally create a resume. You can visit our website at [http://michelerooney.tripod.com/] for details.

The Top 100 Action Verbs to Use for Resume Writing according to Simply Nonfiction Resume Writing Service are:

1. Accelerated

2. Accomplished

3. Accounted for

4. Accumulated

5. Achieved

6. Active in

7. Arbitrated

8. Articulated

9. Boosted

10. Briefed

11. Broadened

12. Budgeted

13. Campaigned

14. Chaired

15. Championed

16. Clarified

17. Coached

18. Collaborated

19. Coordinated

20. Corroborated

21. Cultivated

22. Customized

23. Decided

24. Decreased

25. Delegated

26. Demonstrated

27. Designated

28. Developed

29. Devised

30. Diagnosed

31. Documented

32. Doubled

33. Economized

34. Edited

35. Educated

36. Empowered

37. Enabled

38. Encouraged

39. Endorsed

40. Enhanced

41. Faciliated

42. Focused

43. Forecasted

44. Generated

45. Harmonized

46. Harnessed

47. Identified

48. Illustrated

49. Impressed

50. Improved

51. Increased

52. Justified

53. Launched

54. Led

55. Magnified

56. Managed

57. Marketed

58. Mastered

59. Navigated

60. Negotiated

61. Observed

62. Obtained

63. Organized

64. Orchestrated

65. Participated

66. Pinpointed

67. Performed

68. Publicized

69. Published

70. Realigned

71. Recognized

72. Recommended

73. Selected

74. Separated

75. Spearheaded

76. Stimulated

77. Succeeded

78. Surpassed

79. Synchronized

80. Synergized

81. Tabulated

82. Targeted

82. Tested

83. Took over

84. Traded

85. Translated

86. Triggered

87. Triumphed

88. Troubleshot

89. Uncovered

90. Underwrote

91. Unearthed

92. Unifed

93. Upgraded

94. Urged

95. Utilized

96. Validated

97. Verbalized

98. Verified

99. Vitalized

100. Won over

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