How To Stand For Office &
 Build Your Own Free Online Campaign.
Get Off The Bench & Into The Game!
(Book Reference at Bottom)
My whole life I have been a teacher and a builder of empowerment tools. So, this website and campaign for office are also an example for you to copy if you wish. My goal was to make it simple and free so that other teammates could also run for office without need for money or hiring staff. Below, I will share with you how to build something similar. We are a team. If I can empower you, then our team becomes stronger and we improve the chance of making things better. Carpe Diem! Please share and empower others who also believe in building common sense solutions for the common good. (Other Examples)

How To

Google Site Website

-Create a free gmail account
-Create a free website like this one (more pretty if you wish - I wanted pure and simple.)
-Site will exist but not have a pretty easy to remember domain name/url

Google Domain Name
-If you want a pretty name for your website goto
-Buy a domain name for $12/year
-One time, connect this domain name to your google site
-If desired, create free email forwarding

Google Drive Documents
-If you have a gmail account goto
-You can store 15GB of online material for free and share folders (view or edit options)

YouTube Channel and Playlists
-If you have a gmail account goto
-One time, create your free Channel for storing your videos
-Upload video to your channel then add to playlist if you wish
-You can now link directly to your channel or your playlists
Video Creation with PowerPoint
-PowerPoint 2010+ has a simple option to save to video 
-PowerPoint = File - Export - Video - Size
-Insert audio1 = with Animations - Animation Pane - Effect Options - Sound - Other Sound (advantage auto slide length to audio length, disadvantage might want WAV format)
-Insert audio2 = Drag/drop MP3 audio onto slide and then select - play in background - no loop (later must manually set video length to match audio length)
-Record audio using phone or capture google translations using audacity
Audio Recording by Mobile
-Android: use Voice Recorder App 
-App Options: File Type = MP3, Quality = Mono 16kHz
-Rename after recording (makes visible later)
-Connect phone to computer using USB cable
-Goto Folder "Recorders" inside "Internal Phone Storage"
-Copy audio files from phone to same directory as PowerPoint file on computer

Audio Edit/Capture with Audacity
-Install free Audacity software onto computer
-edit previously recorded audio via phone or record new audio (with microphone)
-remove mistakes and silence, increase volume with Effect-Amplify
-Save Project for future, File-Export-MP3
FormatFactory Convert Video to MP4 + Encode EVC(H264)
-Install free FormatFactory software onto computer
-Drop video files info FormatFactory
-Choose Convert Type Mp4
-Change 3 Video Settings
1-set Video Encode = EVC-H264 (required by twitter)
2-set Volume Control = 200% (increase volume for max play back volume)
3-set Bitrate(KB/s) = 96
Google Translate Text/Audio
-Free text and audio translations at
-Audacity program can record audio direct from web through speakers
-Change 3 default Audacity Recording option from microphone to capture speaker out
1-Windows WASAPI (not MME or Directsound)
2-Speakers (not microphone)
3-Stereo Recording
Image Editing with Paint
-Microsoft Paint is free, easy to use, and already installed on Windows computers
-If possible, always choose free simple option first before more complicated GIMP or photoshop
-Many simple image tasks can be done using Paint (PrtScr key captures screen, then paste into Paint)
Image Editing with GIMP
-Install free GIMP image editing program which is equal to paid PhotoShop
-Learn how to use Layers and basic tools from youtube training
-Use copyright free images from sources like
Graphic & Video Credits
Most of the videos on this website were made possible using an awesome service called PRESENTERMEDIA .
I encourage everyone who wants to make wonderful presentations and videos to become a member at
Use PDFill Image Writer to convert any document to a JPG image for easy sharing
-Install free PDFill Image Writer as a printer option (that prints to JPG image)
-Design material in Word and print to JPG for sharing
-Everyone can easily open and share images (not PDF or Word)
-Edit JPG image files with Paint or Gimp

FaceBook - free account - page - group
Embed into google site =
Twitter - post text and video
Embed into google site =

Instagram - post text and video
Embed into google site =
Pinterest - post text and video

Tumbler - post text and video 

Reddit - community
Reddit is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website.
Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down by other members
MediaBang Paint Free Graphics Program
Simple way to edit Transparent PNG images
Animate a GIF image on a google site = Edit HTML and add .gif?attredirects=0"
Classic Google Sites and other Google data can be exported with Google Takeout:
Google Sites Table Layout = auto adjust to display size = 
<table style="border-collapse:collapse;table-layout:fixed;width:98%">
width set from row 1, so make sure this row is small/empty for mobile phone display

Book Reference List:

Book Reference
Don't Think of an Elephant!: Know Your Values and Frame the Debate  - Sep 23, 2014 by George Lakoff
Lakoff explains how framing is about ideas―ideas that come before policy, ideas that make sense of facts, ideas that are proactive not reactive, positive not negative, ideas that need to be communicated out loud every day in public. The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant! picks up where the original book left off―delving deeper into how framing works, how framing has evolved in the past decade, how to speak to people who harbor elements of both progressive and conservative worldviews, how to counter propaganda and slogans, and more.
The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power Is Destroying the Church – May 1, 2007 by Gregory Boyd
The church was established to serve the world with Christ-like love, not to rule the world. It is called to look like a corporate Jesus, dying on the cross for those who crucified him, not a religious version of Caesar. It is called to manifest the kingdom of the cross in contrast to the kingdom of the sword. Whenever the church has succeeded in gaining what most American evangelicals are now trying to get – political power – it has been disastrous both for the church and the culture. Whenever the church picks up the sword, it lays down the cross. The present activity of the religious right is destroying the heart and soul of the evangelical church and destroying its unique witness to the world. The church is to have a political voice, but we are to have it the way Jesus had it: by manifesting an alternative to the political, “power over,” way of doing life. We are to transform the world by being willing to suffer for others – exercising “power under,” not by getting our way in society – exercising “power over.”
Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations – July 29, 2008 by Ori Brafman
If you cut off a spider's head, it dies; if you cut off a starfish's leg it grows a new one, and that leg can grow into an entirely new starfish. Traditional top-down organizations are like spiders, but now starfish organizations are changing the face of business and the world.What?s the hidden power behind the success of Wikipedia, craigslist, and Skype? What do eBay and General Electric have in common with the abolitionist and women's rights movements?
Invisible Gorilla: How Our Intuitions Deceive Us – June 7, 2011 by Christopher Chabris
In The Invisible Gorilla, Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons, creators of one of psychology’s most famous experiments, use remarkable stories and counterintuitive scientific findings to demonstrate an important truth: Our minds don’t work the way we think they do. We think we see ourselves and the world as they really are, but we’re actually missing a whole lot.
World Is Flat 3.0: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century – July 24, 2007 by Thomas Friedman 
"One mark of a great book is that it makes you see things in a new way, and Mr. Friedman certainly succeeds in that goal," the Nobel laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz wrote in The New York Times reviewing The World Is Flat in 2005. In this new edition, Thomas L. Friedman includes fresh stories and insights to help us understand the flattening of the world. Weaving new information into his overall thesis, and answering the questions he has been most frequently asked by parents across the country, this third edition also includes two new chapters--on how to be a political activist and social entrepreneur in a flat world; and on the more troubling question of how to manage our reputations and privacy in a world where we are all becoming publishers and public figures.
Six Thinking Hats – August 18, 1999 by Edward de Bono
Used successfully by thousands of business managers, educators, and government leaders around the world, Six Thinking Hats offers a practical and uniquely positive approach to making decisions and exploring new ideas.Your success in business depends on how you think. "The main difficulty of thinking is confusion," writes Edward de Bono, long recognized as the foremost international authority on conceptual thinking and on the teaching of thinking as a skill. "We try to do too much at once. Emotions, information, logic, hope, and creativity all crowd in on us. It is like juggling with too many balls."
Lateral Thinking: Creativity Step by Step – February 24, 2015 by Edward De Bono 
The first practical explanation of how creativity works, this results-oriented bestseller trains listeners to move beyond a "vertical" mode of thought to tap the potential of lateral thinking.
Black Swan: Second Edition: The Impact of the Highly Improbable – May 11, 2010 by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
A black swan is an event, positive or negative, that is deemed improbable yet causes massive consequences. In this groundbreaking and prophetic book, Taleb shows in a playful way that Black Swan events explain almost everything about our world, and yet we—especially the experts—are blind to them.
Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference – January 7, 2002 by Malcolm Gladwell
The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. Just as a single sick person can start an epidemic of the flu, so too can a small but precisely targeted push cause a fashion trend, the popularity of a new product, or a drop in the crime rate. This widely acclaimed bestseller, in which Malcolm Gladwell explores and brilliantly illuminates the tipping point phenomenon, is already changing the way people throughout the world think about selling products and disseminating ideas.
Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way – July 29, 2014 by Amanda Ripley
How do other countries create “smarter” kids? What is it like to be a child in the world’s new education superpowers? The Smartest Kids in the World “gets well beneath the glossy surfaces of these foreign cultures and manages to make our own culture look newly strange....The question is whether the startling perspective provided by this masterly book can also generate the will to make changes” (The New York Times Book Review).
Brain Bugs: How the Brain's Flaws Shape Our Lives by Dean Buonomano
The human brain may be the best piece of technology ever created, but it’s far from perfect. Drawing on colorful examples and surprising research, neuroscientist Dean Buonomano exposes the blind spots and weaknesses that beset our brains and lead us to make misguided personal, professional, and financial decisions. Whether explaining why we are susceptible to advertisements or demonstrating how false memories are formed, Brain Bugs not only explains the brain’s inherent flaws but also gives us the tools to counteract them.
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking – April 3, 2007 by Malcolm Gladwell
Blink is a book about how we think without thinking, about choices that seem to be made in an instant-in the blink of an eye-that actually aren't as simple as they seem. Why are some people brilliant decision makers, while others are consistently inept? Why do some people follow their instincts and win, while others end up stumbling into error? How do our brains really work-in the office, in the classroom, in the kitchen, and in the bedroom? And why are the best decisions often those that are impossible to explain to others?

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