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Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA – Civil War Studies

Anshul Khetarpal is an executive at a biotechnical company in Redding CA, where he also makes his home. He is a first-generation American citizen, which may be one of the reasons why he is so interested in the War Between the States.

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The War Between the States, or the U.S. Civil War, is widely considered by historians to be the single most important event in the development of the United States: more important than either World War, more important than the Great Depression, more important than Civil Rights. Fought between Northern and Southern states from 1861 to 1865, the Civil War is what determined what kind of nation the United States would turn out to be.

There is general agreement among modern historians that the Civil War resolved two questions left unresolved by the Revolutionary War: whether the United States would be a confederation of sovereign states, any one of which could withdraw, or whether it would be an indivisible nation with a central national government. Moreover it would determine whether all men, and all people, really were created with equal rights to liberty.

In purely practical terms, the Civil War was an unprecedented conflict in North America that began over uncompromising positions between free states and slave states, and the authority of the Federal government to prohibit slavery. Before this monumental clash came to an end, more than 625,000 people died, more than in all other wars fought by the United States put together.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA reads about the War Between the States from his home in Redding CA.


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Posted by on December 31, 2015 in Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County


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Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA – An Entrepreneurial Spirit

Anshul Khetarpal is a Vice President of Business Development at a biotechnical company in Redding CA, where he has become a sales pioneer in Durable Medical Equipment.

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He began showing an entrepreneurial spirit at an early age. It is said that entrepreneurs are born, not raised, and Anshul Khetarpal seems to bear out this maxim. Everyone is born with some kind of unique skill, and there are some characteristics that simply cannot be taught.

The entrepreneurial spirit is demonstrated in people with a genuine passion for building something new and great, and for doing it on their own, from nothing. They are willing to do what it takes to make their ideas a reality. There are five broad indicators that show the entrepreneurial spirit is alive in someone.

  1. Such people are in tune with their passions. They know what it is that draws them and are enthusiastic about it. It is a passion that gets the attention of employers.
  2. They are seldom satisfied with the way things are, because by nature they look to improve what is around them. The average person usually doesn’t consider how ordinary things can be made better.
  3. They are optimistic about their ideas. They don’t think about limitations; instead they find ways to make things happen.
  4. They take calculated risks. That doesn’t mean they do things recklessly. They understand that there are no guarantees in life, but that no one ever advanced by not taking chance.
  5. They act on their ideas. The ideas may be untested – in fact, they probably are untested – but people with an entrepreneurial spirit are going to execute their ideas.

Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County has always had excellent entrepreneurial instincts.


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Posted by on December 28, 2015 in Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County


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Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA – Always Following Through

Anshul Khetarpal lives and works in Redding CA, where he is an executive at a biotechnical firm. He is a well-educated and charitable man who is known for his active involvement in his community, and for his strong sense of responsibility.

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It is his sense of responsibility that has served him well, in both his personal life and in his work life. Always following through on his commitments breeds trust. Most people are much more inclined to give their trust to friends and business associates who have demonstrated responsibility, because they know that such people and institutions can be counted on. Responsible people can be trusted to do what needs to be done, without having to be constantly reminded or supervised.

Being responsible has a number of components, but the most observable can be summarized as being consistent and following through on the things that you have agreed to do; taking responsibility for your actions when things go wrong; not complaining about things that may not be within your control; and not giving excuses.

In a larger sense, being responsible means that we all have a duty to the rest of humanity. Everyone should learn to be trustworthy and reliable with others; to be emotionally and intellectually engaged; and be concerned and interested in the lives of those with whom we interact on a regular basis. It was the Dalai Lama who said that the most important thing is to have a sense of responsibility, commitment, and concern for each of our fellow human beings.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA lives a responsible life in Redding CA.



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Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA – Durable Medical Equipment

Anshul Khetarpal is the Vice President of Business Development for a leading biotechnical firm in Redding CA. His career achievements include rewriting the rules for running a sales organization and being a sales pioneer in Durable Medical Equipment, or DMEs.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Durable Medical Equipment is medical equipment that can stand up to repeated use. In a discipline in which much equipment is used one time only for reasons of sanitation, DMEs are built to last. Examples of DMEs include wheelchairs, hospital beds, ventilators, monitors, pressure mattresses, iron lungs, traction equipment, pressure mattresses, and bili lights, but there are, of course, many more.

Durable Medical Equipment must be clearly defined, because the users of such equipment may run into issues over whether the DMEs are covered by their insurance policies. For example, for some people an air conditioner might have a legitimate medical use. Lowering a room’s temperature to minimize fluid loss in a patient and to restore a room’s environment to maintain a proper fluid balance is going to be important for a cardiac patient. But the primary use of an air conditioner is a nonmedical one, and so an air conditioner is not considered a DME, and is not likely to be paid for by a medical insurer. Devices such as room heaters, humidifiers and electric air cleaners are also not considered DMEs that would be paid for by insurance.

In some cases, specified items of equipment will be covered, even though they do not meet the strict definition of a DME. This is possible if the item serves a therapeutic purpose in an individual case, such as gel pads and water mattresses that have been prescribed for a bedridden patient.

Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County has been with his company for six years.

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Posted by on December 1, 2015 in Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County


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The Redding School of the Arts – Charter School for Artistic Students

The Redding School of the Arts is a charter school in northern California. The school nurtures artistic talent and provides excellent opportunities for students in an artistic setting. The arts programs at Redding School of the Arts are designed to nurture all students with artistic leanings for the betterment of the local and global community. Many studies have shown that students who participate in any kind of artistic engagement do better in all other areas of academia. The Redding School of the Arts has visual arts, music, and drama programs for students of all abilities.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

The Redding School of the Arts (RSA) strives to provide an environment with high academic and behavioral standards and a multicultural and multi-lingual emphasis that exposes students hungry for knowledge to all kinds of people and ways to taking in the world. The administration favors an approach that immerses students in a broad spectrum of perspectives as a vital part of the full artistic academic experience. With many other schools gutting their artistic programs, RSA remains a bastion of artistic expression and for the training of the community’s next wave of important artists who can put their vision and their experience into the world.

Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County supports the Redding School of the Arts with regular contributions. He believes in fostering a fertile artistic community by investing in its future. Khetarpal is the VP of Business Development of a Bio/Tech company in Redding. He loves supporting his community, especially its educational endeavors.

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Posted by on October 14, 2015 in Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County


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How to Get in Shape for a Marathon

Whatever your reason for running a marathon, whether you want to test yourself, run for a charitable cause, or compete in a race, the first key is to develop a consistent and challenging training regimen. To stay consistent, remember your motivation for those cold, early morning runs. Here are the four steps to training for a marathon:

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

  • Base Mileage. If you’ve never run a marathon before, start your training early. You will need to build enough stamina to run 20-30 miles a week a year before the race and up to 50 miles per week four months before the race. Most marathon training programs last between 12 and 20 weeks. Never increase your weekly mileage by more than ten percent each week. This will train your body to running long distances on a regular basis.
  • Long Runs. Every seven to ten days, run for a longer distance than normal. Over time, you will want to push your distance to about twenty miles on a single run, but remember to never push your body too hard or you will risk injury. Every three weeks, scale your long runs back again before adding more mileage to your long runs.
  • Speed Work. Every week or so, press the tempo for a few miles. Try to run four repetitions of a fast mile with light jogging or walking in between. You can also time yourself for more rigorous runs. Warm up and warm down with some easy miles before and after your speed work.

Anshul Khetarpal has trained for and competed in several marathons in Redding, CA.

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Posted by on October 1, 2015 in Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County


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Ben Swann – Filling a Market Void

When Ben Swann started the Truth in Media project in 2013, he quit his job as an award-winning journalist on local Cincinnati television. He quit because he felt that he could use his journalistic talent to report on issues and stories that effect all Americans, but that the mainstream media largely ignores. Swann believes that the mainstream media in the United States fails to paint an accurate or honest representation of current events, and he feels his website, presents a more complete picture of the issues and stories that affect us. The market void for the truth is wide, and Swann intends on filling it.

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Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Swann’s website has blossomed over the years to include groundbreaking stories from fine journalists such as Derrick Broze, Robin Koerner and Sam Eaton. He pulled from some of the best journalist pools in the country to help him more fairly represent the issues that matter and to educate Americans on the background of the stories they listen to or read about every day. started as, but as Swann partnered with more journalists, it became clear that the website isn’t about him, it’s about getting to the truth in media.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA supports Ben Swann by donating to the cause regularly. During one of Swann’s first crowdsourcing campaigns, trying to raise money for his first Truth in Media series back in 2013. Khetarpal is proud to donate to a community based group explaining the most poignant stories of past and current events.

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Posted by on September 29, 2015 in Anshul Khetarpal Shasta County


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