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Robert Dinsmore Harrison

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Robert Dinsmore Harrison
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Nebraska's 3rd district
In office
December 4, 1951 – January 3, 1959
Preceded byKarl Stefan
Succeeded byLawrence Brock
Personal details
Born(1897-01-26)January 26, 1897
near Panama, Nebraska
DiedJune 11, 1977(1977-06-11) (aged 80)
Norfolk, Nebraska
Political partyRepublican

Robert Dinsmore "Bob" Harrison (January 26, 1897 – June 11, 1977) was a Nebraska Republican politician.

Born on a farm near Panama, Nebraska on January 26, 1897, he graduated from Nebraska State Teachers College, now known as Peru State College in 1926. He also graduated from University of California in 1928 and University of Nebraska in 1934. In 1918 to 1919, during World War I, he was a sergeant in the Twenty-second Engineers. He was the superintendent of schools in Bradshaw, Nebraska (1926–1929) and De Witt, Nebraska (1929–1937). He was a member of the school board of Norfolk, Nebraska from 1942 to 1951 and a member of the Governor's Highway Advisory Committee. He owned an oil business in Norfolk and a farm in Cedar County, Nebraska.

He elected as a Republican to the Eighty-second United States Congress, December 4, 1951, in a special election to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Karl Stefan. He was reelected to the three succeeding Congresses and served from December 4, 1951, to January 3, 1959. He unsuccessfully ran for reelection in 1958 to the Eighty-sixth Congress. He was an adviser to Board of Directors of the Commodity Credit Corporation in the U.S. Department of Agriculture from January 6, 1959 to April 1, 1960. He was then appointed the Nebraska director for the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation on April 1, 1960 and served until February 1, 1962. He ran unsuccessfully for election in 1962 to the Eighty-eighth United States Congress. He retired to Norfolk where he died June 11, 1977. He is buried in Panama Cemetery.

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Every successful person says that, follow your passion and your going to become successful. It sounds like a good advice, but for most of us, its not practical at all, because you have no idea whats your passion, so there is no way you can follow it. But in reality, figuring out your passion isn’t really that difficult. In fact, you are going to feel it whenever you practice it. Its just like a job that you enjoy doing. Internet is filled with videos and articles about it but I didn't find anything really practical, So I promise that this video is going to be different, by the end of this video, you will have a clear step by step guide on how find out your passion. But you must be absolutely honest with yourself, otherwise its not going to work out! So are you ready for a completely honest conversation with yourself? If you yes, then lets start with the first step. 1. Lets start with a blank page. Grab a pen and a piece of paper or grab your laptop and start typing. Your job is to write down everything you enjoy doing. I would say list everything that comes into your mind. Don't hesitate if its a game you like to play or something that doesn’t necessarily generates income. Write it down as long as you enjoy doing it, be it watching TV, listening to music or simply reading books. Make sure you don't miss anything. As soon as you realize that there is nothing else you can add, skim through everything you have written and try to look at them from different aspects of life, like for example, what exactly do I enjoy doing at work? what do i enjoy doing back when I am at home? and so on. So far it has been easy, but now we are going to do something a little more difficult. The next step is to Figure out the essence of what you enjoy doing. Most activities carry a certain purpose that connects them together. For example, I remember a friend of mine use to enjoy giving presentations, helping others with their assignments, sharing with others what he is passionate about and so on. If you take a deep look at all of these activities, you will realize that they are all connected to each other and they all serve a single purpose - teaching others! So in this case “teaching” is the key word. and your job now is to figure out what is that one activity that connects everything that you enjoy doing! The following list is going to be much shorter but much more informative. Think about, how can you practice this activity in such a way that you don't only get the pleasure out of it but also a financial benefit. For example, you have came to a conclusion that you enjoy watching movies, you love talking about them and discussing them with friends. At first glance it seems impossible to turn that into a source of income, but if you give it a thought, there are unlimited number of ways you can monetise it. You can set up a blog or a channel like this one where you review every movie . I always look up on the internet as what movie to watch next and there are millions like me out there. We are all your potential viewers. Everything that you discuss with your friends can be turned into videos for the channel. And now put everything aside and write down, What exactly excites you?! Ask yourself this question. If I could choose what to do for the rest of my life, what would it be? whats the first thing that comes into your mind when you think about that? In order to answer this question, you have to be absolutely honest with yourself. It seems like a difficult question but its actually simple. The difficult part is to clear up your mind from all unnecessarily thoughts. Once you find out the answer to this question, you will be surprised that you always knew it but it was in the back of your mind. In case if there is nothing that excites you, there is no point for you to watch the rest of the video, because you are either not completely honest with yourself or you haven’t really thought about it! And now remember the time when you felt that excitement? Try to remember it exactly as if you are going back in time to that moment. its extremely important for two reasons. First of all, you are testing yourself if thats actually what excites you the most. Secondly, its necessarily to define it in order to understand the nature of what excites you. Connect what you enjoy doing with what excites you! If you take a deep look into the list of what you enjoy doing and the list of what excites you, you will realize that they are interconnected. lets go back to the example of my classmate, he pointed out that he enjoys teaching people and whatever related to that. When we found out what really excites him, is adventure, discovering or learning something new and interesting. To be more precise, he enjoys filling his curiosity. In this case, the connection is clear. He enjoys filling his curiosity and then sharing it with people. This is the kind of connection you have to find out. Thats what passion is! Now, turn your passion into a job. My classmate for example, could become a consultant, business analyst or a project manager These professions constantly require you to study different topics and share them with others. Thats how you find what you are passionate about. Remember, its a job that you both enjoy doing and Inspires you. And now its your turn, figure out your passion and let me know in the comments bellow. And as always, hit that like button if you have enjoyed this video and if you don’t want to miss the next video, then hit that subscribe button and the bell besides it. Thanks for watching and I will see you in the next one

References

  1. "Harrison, Robert Dinsmore". The Political Graveyard. Retrieved January 28, 2006.
  2. "Harrison, Robert Dinsmore". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved January 28, 2006.

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U.S. House of Representatives
Preceded by
Karl Stefan (R)
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Nebraska's 3rd congressional district

December 4, 1951 – January 3, 1959
Succeeded by
Lawrence Brock (D)
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