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If the moving party violates a stipulation required by subsection D , the court shall withdraw the order staying or dismissing the action and proceed as if the order had never been issued. Notwithstanding any other law, the court shall have continuing jurisdiction for the purposes of this subsection.

Summons: Service upon resident who cannot be found or served within the state When the person to be served is a resident of this state who cannot be served personally or by agent in this state and either cannot be found, has concealed his whereabouts or has left the state, summons may be served in the manner provided by Rule 4. When shown upon an affidavit or in the return, that service upon an organization cannot be made as provided in subdivision A or B of this rule, service may be made by leaving a copy of the summons and complaint at any office of such organization located within this state with the person in charge of such office.

If service cannot be made upon such agent, because there is no address furnished as required by statute or valid agreement or his whereabouts in this state are unknown, then his principal shall be deemed to have appointed the Secretary of State as a replacement for the agent and service may be made upon the Secretary of State as provided in Rule 4. Summons: Service of pleadings or summons on Attorney General Service of a copy of the summons and complaint or any pleading upon the Attorney General under these rules or any statute shall be made by personal service upon him, a deputy or clerk at his office, or by mail or other public means to him at such office in the manner provided by Rule 4.

In any action involving a res situated within this state, service may be made as provided in this rule. The court may render a judgment or decree to the extent of its jurisdiction over the res. Whenever, under these rules or any statute, service is made upon the Secretary of State or any other governmental organization or officer, as agent for the person being served, service may be made upon such agent as provided in this rule.

Summons: Registered or certified mail Whenever service by registered or certified mail or other public means by which a return receipt may be requested is authorized, the clerk of the court or a governmental agent under Rule 4.

In his return the clerk of the court or the governmental agent shall show the date and place of mailing, a copy of the mailed or electronically-transmitted return receipt if and when received by him showing whether the mailing was accepted or returned, and, if accepted, by whom. The return along with the receipt shall be promptly filed by the clerk with the pleadings and become a part of the record.

If a mailing by the clerk of the court is returned without acceptance, the clerk shall reissue the summons and complaint for service as requested, by the person seeking service. Whenever service is made by delivering a copy to a person personally or by leaving a copy at his dwelling house or place of employment as provided by Rule 4.

Service shall be effective if made by a person not otherwise authorized by these rules, but proof of service by such a person must be made by him as a witness or by deposition without allowance of expenses therefor as costs.

The person to whom the summons is delivered for service must act promptly and exercise reasonable care to cause service to be made.

A sheriff, his deputy, or any full-time state or municipal police officer may serve summons in any county of this state if he agrees or has agreed to make the service. When specially requested in the praecipe for summons, the complaint and summons shall be delivered to such officer by the clerk or the attorney for the person seeking service.

In no event shall any expenses agreed upon under this provision be assessed or recovered as costs or affect court costs otherwise imposed for regular service.

A summons may be served in any county in this state. If service is to be made in another county, the summons may be issued by the clerk for service therein to the sheriff of such county or to a person authorized to make service by these rules.

Personal service, when permitted by these rules to be made outside the state, may be made there by any disinterested person or by the attorney representing the person seeking such service. The expenses of such person may be assessed as costs only if they are reasonable and if service by mail or other public means cannot be made or is not successful.

In any action where notice by publication is permitted by these rules or by statute, service may be made by publication.

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Summons by publication may name all the persons to be served, and separate publications with respect to each party shall not be required. The person seeking such service, or his attorney, shall submit his request therefor upon the praecipe for summons along with supporting affidavits that diligent search has been made that the defendant cannot be found, has concealed his whereabouts, or has left the state, and shall prepare the contents of the summons to be published.

The summons shall be signed by the clerk of the court or the sheriff in such manner as to indicate that it is made by his authority. The summons shall be published three [3] times by the clerk or person making it, the first publication promptly and each two [2] succeeding publications at least seven [7] and not more than fourteen [14] days after the prior publication, in a newspaper authorized by law to publish notices, and published in the county where the complaint or action is filed, where the res is located, or where the defendant resides or where he was known last to reside.

If no newspaper is published in the county, then the summons shall be published in the county in this state nearest thereto in which any such paper may be printed, or in a place specially ordered by the court.

The person seeking the service or his attorney may designate any qualified newspaper, and if he fails to do so, the selection may be made by the clerk.

Service of summons by publication shall be made and procured by the clerk, by a person appointed by the court for that purpose, or by the clerk or sheriff of another county where publication is to be made. The return and affidavits shall be filed with the pleadings and other papers in the case and shall become a part of the record as provided in these rules. Service Under Special Order of Court Upon application of any party the court in which any action is pending may make an appropriate order for service in a manner not provided by these rules or statutes when such service is reasonably calculated to give the defendant actual knowledge of the proceedings and an opportunity to be heard.

The person making service shall promptly make his return upon or attach it to a copy of the summons which shall be delivered to the clerk.

The return, along with the summons to which it is attached or is a part, the praecipe for summons, affidavits furnished with the summons or praecipe for summons, and all other affidavits permitted by these rules shall be filed by the clerk with the pleadings and other papers in the case and thereupon shall become a part of the record, and have such evidentiary effect as is now provided by law.

The clerk shall enter a filing date upon every praecipe, pleading, return, summons, affidavit or other paper filed with or entered of record by him. The clerk shall also enter an issuance date upon any summons issued, mailed or delivered by him, or other communication served or transmitted by him under these rules.

Such filing or issuance date shall constitute evidence of the date of filing or issuance without further authentication when entered in the court records, or when the paper or a copy thereof is otherwise properly offered or admitted into evidence. A written admission stating the date and place of service, signed by the person being served, may be filed with the clerk who shall file it with the pleadings.

Such admission shall become a part of the record, constitute evidence of proper service, and shall be allowed as evidence in any action or proceeding. At any time in its discretion and upon such terms as it deems just, the court may allow any process or proof of service thereof to be amended unless it clearly appears that material prejudice would result to the substantial rights of the person against whom the process is issued.

No summons or the service thereof shall be set aside or be adjudged insufficient when either is reasonably calculated to inform the person to be served that an action has been instituted against him, the name of the court, and the time within which he is required to respond.

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Any person willfully violating any provision of this rule may be subjected to contempt proceedings. Summons: Certain proceedings excepted Rules 4 through 4. No service need be made on parties in default for failure to appear, except that pleadings asserting new or additional claims for relief against them shall be served upon them in the manner provided by service of summons in Rule 4.

Whenever a party is represented by an attorney of record, service shall be made upon such attorney unless service upon the party is ordered by the court. Service upon the attorney or party shall be made by delivering or mailing a copy of the papers to the last known address, or where service is by FAX or e-mail, by faxing or e-mailing a copy of the documents to the fax number or e-mail address set out in the appearance form or correction as required by Rule 3.

If service is made by mail, the papers shall be deposited in the United States mail addressed to the person on whom they are being served, with postage prepaid. Service shall be deemed complete upon mailing.

Proof of service of all papers permitted to be mailed may be made by written acknowledgment of service, by affidavit of the person who mailed the papers, or by certificate of an attorney. It shall be the duty of attorneys when entering their appearance in a cause or when filing pleadings or papers therein, to have noted in the Chronological Case Summary or said pleadings or papers so filed the address and telephone number of their office. Service by delivery or by mail at such address shall be deemed sufficient and complete.

The Clerk may transmit notice of all rulings, orders, or judgments required by Trial Rule 72 D by e-mail to all parties represented by attorneys and to all unrepresented parties who have supplied the Court with an e-mail address for service. Where a copy of a written ruling, order, or judgment is being transmitted by e-mail, service may be made by including a link to the document or by attaching the document being served to the e-mail in. A party who has consented to service by FAX or e-mail may be served by attaching the document being served to an e-mail in.

Discovery documents must also be served in accordance with Trial Rule 26 A. I invite honesty and truth-telling. I am aware of the impact of my words and actions. My words and actions contribute in a positive way to myself and others. There is integrity between who I am, what I say and how I act. For each statement, you will pick a response on the scale mentioned above and also provide an example of the statement in action in your life.

Next, you will answer some questions and respond to some prompts to help you get even more in touch with yourself and how you generally express yourself. These questions and prompts are: Describe a current situation in your life where you are being real.

What could you gain or lose?

Describe a current situation where you have not been being real? By completing this worksheet, you will have discovered your approximate level of skill and practice in self-expression, identified an area in which you are best at expressing yourself and an area in which you are lagging in self-expression and come up with a plan to work on your weaknesses when it comes to expressing yourself.

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To give it a try, click here clicking the link will begin a download of the worksheet. The five elements and messages are: 1. Click here to download the worksheet an automatic download will initiate when you click the link. Self-Expression Through Photography, Art, Music, Dance, Fashion and Poetry As you probably already picked up through this piece, self-expression can be practiced in many different ways.

We often think of self-expression as involving speech and perhaps some actions as well—provided they are creative. People have found wonderful outlets for self-expression through speaking and writing prose, but also through practicing photography, creating art, creating or sharing music, choreographing a dance routine or coming up with some moves on the spot!

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In truth, anytime you are behaving in accordance with your true, authentic self and doing anything other than sitting still, you are likely engaging in self-expression—although performance artists have certainly been able to express their thoughts and ideas through the act of simply sitting! You might be thinking of another pretty obvious method we all have of expressing ourselves: social media. It is indeed one of our many options, but it could prove to be a double-edged sword.

This subject was discussed on the website debate. First, points that support the idea that social media does promote self-expression: Social networking gives people a chance to express themselves to their online network, something they may not be able to do without this tool.

Social media is about sharing our lives with others and connecting with others who think like us. On the other hand, there are also some good points to support the idea that social media does NOT promote self-expression: Many people begin to express themselves online and become adept at doing so, but lose their skills of self-expression in the non-digital world.

Social media may be helpful for some people, but practical concerns like security, privacy, and employers both present and future checking your profile keeps many from truly expressing themselves.

Click here to read these arguments in their entirety on debate. There is no set consensus, but it looks like there are some persuasive arguments for each side of this debate.

However, as rapidly as social media changes, so too does our understanding of its effects on us; by , social media users were likely to report that Instagram and Snapchat were useful tools for self-expression, but Facebook and Twitter were not Leighton et al.

The bottom line?

Social media certainly facilitates expression! But how much of that expression is an authentic expression of our true selves?

That question has yet to be answered. Ensure the people working to meet that mission understand it and buy into it; Foster a culture in which each employee has a specific job and a specific role with the organization, and give them room to grow and opportunities to implement ambitious new ideas; Focus on inspiring your staff instead of just motivating them.

Inspired employees will inherently be motivated; Show your team recognition and appreciation for the hard work they do; Share your passion with your team and lead from the front by developing a positive mindset and displaying a positive attitude Techniques to Motivate Yourself at Work You can also take control of your own self-motivation at work. Research on Self-Motivation The research on self-motivation clarifies its vital role in helping us achieve our goals.

Check out the findings on two important and related topics below. Self-Discipline and Self-Motivation While self-discipline and self-motivation are two distinct concepts, self-discipline is vital to maintaining self-motivation. A study of online learners showed that even though they might all be considered self-motivated since they are all taking a voluntary course with the goal of learning , those with self-discipline were the most likely to succeed.

Self-Motivation and Weight Loss Very often, self-motivation is a key component of weight loss. Research on the connection between the two is quite clear.

When we have our own closely held reasons for wanting to lose weight—and these reasons are based on personal fulfillment rather than meeting external standards—we are much more likely to find success.

Check out the activities, exercises, and worksheets below to find ways to enhance your self-motivation.Other editions. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Young people and professionals alike emphasized the importance of workers prepared to go the extra mile; of young people being able to contact professionals; and professionals being able to contact one another.

The person seeking service or his attorney may designate the manner of service upon the summons. We might come from different cultures, countries, or backgrounds, but we all have at least a few things in common. Gaurav Gulati added it May 28, Shaildev marked it as to-read May 27, Refresh and try again.

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