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10 Easy-to-learn Tips On Handling Interruptions
Imagine this, a co-worker enters your office and says: "Cathy, could I talk with you for a minute? I'm having a real problem with...." You glance at your watch and think of the report that’s due in an hour. What do you do? What would happen if you [...]

10 Good Reasons for taking Driving Lessons.A Guide for the I
In a driving context, most of the decisions that you take and the techniques that you employ, will have both an economic and a safety impact. The decision to take driving lessons is really a simple one but one that will have far reaching consequenc [...]

10 Keys to Rise From Retrenchment and Move on to an Exciting
You may be astonished to realize that retrenchment may occur more than once during the life of the modern day worker. In fact, career advisors report that we could expect to be made redundant up to three times during our working life. As common as r [...]

10 Money-Saving Tips for Home Businesses
by Lesley Spencer, MSc; Founder & President HBWM.com Inc. One of the most common obstacles many home-based working moms face is trying to start or run a new business on a limited budget. The first few years of a business are usually the hardest fina [...]

10 Power Tips for Presentations with Computer Projection
When was the last time you sat through a terrible presentation using computer projection? When was the last time you gave one? If you want to avoid disaster and give your career a boost then apply these ten tips the next time you present with the com [...]

10 Powerful Networking Tips Using Business Cards
Whether you are looking for a job or running a business, giving out business cards is crucial to marketing your skills or services. Even as a job seeker, develop the mindset of running the business of YOU, Inc. Business cards speak volumes about who [...]

10 Questions: Do You Have What It Takes?
Do you have what it takes to be really successful? Have you ever thought about what you must be prepared to endure and do in order to be successful in business or your career? I think I have been asked at least 5,000 times what it really takes to be [...]

10 Really Good Reasons to Quit Your Job and Start Your Own B
It’s been five years since I made the decision to leave my corporate job and start my own company. No question about it, leaving nice coworkers, a stable paycheck and 12 years of tenure with one company was the scariest thing I’d ever done. And yet [...]

10 Sales Tips for Small Business Owners
Running a business is easy compared to the act of selling. As a small business owner you started your business to deliver a superior product or service, not to become a salesperson. None-the-less you must master basic sales skills or risk losing your [...]

10 Secrets to Motivating Yourself to Great Accomplishments
10 Secrets to Motivating Yourself to Great Accomplishments by Ed Sykes ©2004 1. Positive Affirmations Our subconscious mind is a wonderful tool for success or failure. It will do what we tell it to do. It all depends on what thoughts we feed it. So [...]

10 Things Managers/Supervisors Should Know When Dealing With
When dealing with staff, whether it's in a cafe, gas bar, clothing store, etc, it can be frustrating sometimes. But the staff is only as good as the management is! Worth repeating, often a management person forgets this and expects something from the [...]

10 Things to Think About When You Run Your Own Seminar or Wo
Experts on all kinds of subjects, at some point in their careers, often try to run seminars or workshops. There are lots of reasons why they do it, but the main one is money. These can be very lucrative money- spinners if done correctly. An awful lo [...]

10 Things You May Not Know About US Small Businesses
Are you an entrepreneur or small business owner? Are you supporting entrepreneurs and small businesses? According to this research from the Office of Advocacy, Small Business, there are some good reasons to patronize small businesses, and there may [...]

10 Tips for a Successful Job Search
Create a support system for yourself emotionally and for your job search. Identify allies that you can count on. Know some will have strengths in one area, but weaknesses in another. Recognize different people will play different roles in your job se [...]

10 Tips for Avoiding Home Business Scams
by Lesley Spencer, MSc; Founder & President HBWM.com Inc. Starting a home business has become a wonderful and attractive alternative for parents across the country. With the advent of the Internet, email and cell phones, working at home has been a v [...]

10 Tips For Reciprocal Links
Reciprocal links are one of the most common and most effective forms of website promotion. When sites trade links, they both benefit by sharing some traffic directly and getting noticed more favourably by the search engines. Reciprocal Links help [...]

10 Tips to Help Get your Virtual Business Up and Running Qui
One of the most challenging aspects of getting a virtual business up and running is the pre-launch phase, which includes lots of research and planning. Below are ten tips to help get you up and running quickly: Step 1. Choose the type of service or [...]

10 Ways To Kick The Procrastination Habit
I recently read about a survey (by the University of Chicago) which suggested that those who relish challenge are more likely to live up to 10 years longer than those who spend their lives inhibited by timidity. Trying to realise our ambitions, e [...]

10 Wisdom-Based Wealth-Building Strategies
“It’s the business of your life… and you’re the CEO!” Gala Gorman Imagine that you’re Noah and God is telling you that you need to build the ark. You might suspect that Noah was a bit skeptical. Could it actually rain for such an extended p [...]

11 Moments of Truth
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12 Ways to be a Confident Public Speaker
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16 Mantras for Building Financial Wealth
Copyright 2005 Jason Parsons Everyone wants to be wealthy, but most of us do not have anyone to guide us down this road. Even if we stumble upon a mentor, most of us may think it's a scam. Most of us have beliefs that keep us struggling financially; [...]

18 Caveats on How Not to Change
Change is not simple. Why do we repeat behavior that doesn't work? Especially those actions that lead to stifling debt, disappointing careers, or stuck relationships? Then do it harder, yet expect a different result? Why is it not obvious that tryi [...]

20 Ways to Advance Your Career
To survive and thrive in today's competitive environment, it is not just what you know. You also need to be competent. You must stand out from the crowd - be memorable, impressive, credible, trusted and liked. "Success is never a destination - it [...]

21 Questions to Ask Before You purchase Any Shopping Cart System
21 Questions to Ask Before You purchase Any Shopping Cart System by Tom Antion Once you've decided which product your going to sell online, the next most important decision you'll make is which shopping cart system to purchase. It is perhaps the mos [...]

21st Century Career Success
21St Century Career Success When it comes to modern career development, one thing we can all count on is change. With the advent of technology, telecommuting, and E-commerce, how work is performed is in a state of reinvention. Self-employment and sma [...]

25 Leadership Maxims
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3 Things You Must Do If You Want To Create Sales Pages, Mini
Almost everyone I have known since getting on-line five years ago has a driven ambition to design their own web site or sales pages for some project of theirs. Yours is a special design or article that makes it tough to design everyday web-pages for [...]

3 Ways to Find Your Niche as a Freelance Writer
To make a six-figure income as a freelance writer, to need to be an expert. You need your name to jump to people's lips when a particular job or challenge comes up. "Direct mail for software? You should get in touch with Bob. That's what he does." I [...]

5 Key Factors to Consider When Selecting an Outplacement Fir
With today's economy, more and more companies are finding themselves faced with the situation of having to reduce headcount to remain competitive. Here are five key factors to consider when selecting an outplacement firm if your company is ever fa [...]

5 Keys to Starting Your Own Internet Enterprise
Six months ago, I was asked by the moderator of a discussion group with a large membership to share some words of wisdom on how I got started online. She wanted me to share them with the group's eZine with 20,000 subscribers. It gave me a chance to [...]

5 Powerful Ways To Get Zero Sales From Your Website
I want you to imagine a lemon. In your mind's eye, see its yellow skin. Imagine cutting it in half with a knife. Now pick up the one lemon half and bring it up to your mouth and suck on the juices. Do you notice how sharp the tangy lemon juice c [...]

5 Promotion Secrets to Get the Job You Want
You Mean I Need to Promote Myself to Get a Promotion? Time and time again I hear the following from students in my career advancement workshops: “My work speaks for itself…I shouldn’t have to tell anyone about my skills.” “Why did they hire f [...]

5 Strategies for ADDed Effectiveness on the Job
For many people with ADD, work life can be difficult. If your working environment is not ADD-friendly, then you may find yourself feeling chronically disorganized and stressed out at work. Whether or not you choose to share your diagnosis with your e [...]

5 Things You Need To Know Before Deciding On A Certification
The right certification training Trainings vary a lot when it comes to quality. It's essential to choose your certification training provider based on things such as the quality of materials, trainers' competence and skills, counseling facilities, [...]

5 Ways to Work More Effectively With Your Administrative Ass
(Stop hiring new administrative support staff. And learn how to retain your existing administrative staff.) Are you a manager, director or other senior-level personnel who wants to work more effectively with your administrative support professional? [...]

6 Amazing Secrets To Work At Home Success
Are you a stay at home mom or dad who would like to work from home? Maybe you have a job outside the home, but you’re tired of juggling your job and your kids, especially when your child is sick and needs you. You’d like to work from home, but [...]

6 Proven Steps To Internet Marketing Success
There is a misconception that you can come online set up a web business and be making $1000s within days. Let be put that myth to rest right away. This has not been my experience nor the experience of anyone I have come in contact with through my o [...]

6 Tips To Create Your Own Fortune With "How To" eBooks
6 Tips To Making Your Own Fortune Creating and Marketing Infoproducts! It's one of the biggest challenges to getting your business started. Finding products to sell online that you enjoy working at and that attract an ongoing stream of "hungry" p [...]

7 Effective Tips For Get a New Job FAST
In the last four articles in this series, we covered the four basic steps to finding employment. Defining, prospecting, applying and interviewing. In this final article, we giving you 7 quality tips which will help you cut valuable time off each st [...]

7 Reasons to Pay Yourself First
Last month I was referred to a young fellow who wants to open his own business. He was pleasant, energetic, knew his stuff too; all good qualities to have, especially if you're self-employed. We started out well enough. We talked about his long-rang [...]

7 Secrets of a Highly-Effective Resume Cover Letter
Just like the late, great Rodney Dangerfield, the "humble" cover letter gets no respect. Job-seekers spend so much time and energy on their resumes they've got nothing left to offer their poor, neglected cover letters. Big, BIG mistake! It is the [...]

7 Stepping-stones to Career Growth and Excellence
Achieving excellence in our work is an integral part of feeling genuinely satisfied in life. We want our careers or businesses to blossom, making us financially secure and content with our achievements. Here are seven stepping-stones that lead to car [...]

7 Strategies to keep your Email Helpful instead of Stressful
1. Don't let more than 10 emails stay in your in box for more than a twenty four hour period. This clutter can lead to several problems. You will miss important or time sensitive email, you will feel drained before you've even started to look at your [...]

7 Tips for Starting a New Business in a Small Town
Q. I am transitioning to a new career after sixteen years to spend more time with my family. We moved to a very small town (less than ten thousand people) and I want to start an coffee shop business and also offer PC repair. How can Iinvestigate an [...]

7 Tips to Jump Start your Public Speaking Success
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7 Tips To Make A Fantastic Impression On People Who Count
Making a fabulous impression on people opens doors for your business, personal, and career endeavors. People like charming people who make them feel comfortable. So, making a fantastic impression helps you get where you want to go. The basic rule to [...]

8 Advantages of Publishing Your Own Book as an Entrepreneur
8 Advantages of Publishing Your Own Book as an Entrepreneur As an aspiring or an established entrepreneur, you are an expert in something, but does the rest of the world know? You have a wealth of information, experience and knowledge that you can p [...]

9 Steps to Public Speaking Success
It is inevitable that at times during our careers or personal lives; we will be required to provide a presentation or public speech to a group of people. Perhaps the group is a group of peers; perhaps the audience will be senior or top-level manageme [...]

A $2.95 Road Trip, Complete With Souvenirs
"Hey, I didn't know you were a writer, I thought you were a Virtual Assistant." No matter how many times I hear this comment it still surprises me. I learned early on that writing was one of the most lucrative services that I could offer in my virt [...]

A Better Life...Only a DECISION Away!
One single, "mental move" has the power to create incredible success... There is a single mental move you can make which, in a millisecond, will solve enormous problems for you. It has the potential to improve almost any personal or business situati [...]

A Career with the FBI
Do you have what it takes to become an FBI special agent? Do you have a sincere desire to enforce federal laws and investigate crimes? This job requires hard work and can often times be dangerous and stressful. You'll undoubtedly be in close cont [...]

A Cover Letter Tip Guaranteed To Land You More Job Interview
Searching for a new job? I am about to reveal one of the most powerful cover letter tips you'll ever discover. This little-known secret can dramatically increase your job interview requests all by itself. Here's a 'not-so-subtle' hint for you: P.S [...]

A Gift Basket Home Business is an easy way to Wrap up Profit
You want to know more about making money with your own gift basket home business. You are a creative person and want a career that you can control and find rewarding at the same time. What better way to do this then to start a gift basket business in [...]

A Guide to Tracking Down a Good Dog Training Club
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

A Job is Not a Job
It only happened on Mondays. Sometimes I escaped the unpleasant ritual. But, more often than not, right before boarding I threw up in the ladies room of the train station. It wasn't the commute I hated. It was the job. The reasons don't matter why a [...]

A Lesson of Life From A Friend
The following is a true story... Yesterday I received a phone call from a friend whom I last talked to almost two years ago. Like other people, I was surprised to hear her voice. She heard from a mutual friend that I just set up a fitness studio a [...]

A New Age Of Small-Unit Leadership
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A New Discovery of an Old Secret
A New Discovery of an Old Secret By Davis Goss Some years ago, when the world seemed to close in on me and I felt as though I was trapped between the sword and the wall, I made an exciting discovery. Actually, it was a phenomenon that was as old as [...]

A Time of Self Healing, Hope and Reflection
In March of 2000, I was injured during a retail management career. Although I didn't know it at the time, this accident would change my life forever. Leaving work to go the hospital, I had lost use of my entire right side. My limbs were completely nu [...]

After The Downsizing...Reclaiming Your Organization's Spirit
As you well know, the scope of a downsizing initiative totally consumes the entire capacity of your management team. When it's over, all of those who are left need time to recover. Chances are that everyone is stressed out, exhausted and minimally A [...]

Animal Shelters and Rescue
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Basic First Aid
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

Be Better at Business – And Lose Weight, Too!
Many of the issues and challenges faced by managers and professionals are more similar than not to those of someone trying to lose weight in an effort to improve his or her health and wellness. In business, individuals often secure the services of a [...]

Before You purchase a Dog
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Being The Best – What Does It Take?
As I read an article from a Continental Airlines Magazine (The Technovangelist, by Kevin Markey) about Philips Components which is the worlds largest supplier of drives, subassemblies and components for TV and is number one in LCD screens and screens [...]

Beware
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Biting
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

Body Shop - Is This The Right Time To Sell One?
Have you ever asked yourself the question? “Is this a good time to sell my business?” That is a question every business owner asks himself, every time he has a bad day. I once received e-mail from the editor of the Auto Body News, asking me that ke [...]

Brand YOU(r) --7 Steps to Cultivate Your Brand and Bring Out
Have you ever noticed that some people exhibit a special or unusual quality, trait, or characteristic? And this feature or mark identifies the person and draws you to those people? This is a 'brand.' And it is instrumental in helping you build your [...]

Can dogs see color?
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

Car Sickness
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Career Goals and Stress
Career Goals and Stress: How to Achieve Goals and Maintain Your Sanity Deborah R. Brown, MBA, MSW ____________________________________________________________________________ "Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possess [...]

Castration
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

CAT ANTICS: Cats Use the Family Toilet
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Children and Dogs
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

Christmas Time
from David the Dogman Gather presents, boxes, paper, etc. in middle of living room floor. Get tape back from puppy. Remove scissors from older dog's mouth. Open box. Take puppy out of box. Remove tape from older dog's mouth. Take scissor [...]

Clicker Training
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Coping with Bereavement
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

Culinary Employment Prospects
Preface: Preface: Want to join the food industry? Why not know your employment prospects before you finalize your decision to study in culinary schools. Where do you want to go? The world of Culinary Arts is one of the fastest growing fields in the U [...]

Distance Learning - Offering Freedoms People Never Thought P
Jennifer Priory has wanted to be a champion swimmer all her life. For the last two years of training she has got out of her bed at four o'clock in the morning, trained for three hours, and continued on to school for her daily lessons. This way of lif [...]

Divorce- Will Your Dog Come Off Worse?
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Do Some Yard Work To Improve Customer Service!
Yes, yard work. What I mean is that you may have to do some weeding in your garden of employees to improve customer service. Imagine that you are pulling weeds out of your flower garden so that your flowers don't become choked off. Huh? "Just [...]

Do You Need a Website?
from David the Dogman Gather presents, boxes, paper, etc. in middle of living room floor. Get tape back from puppy. Remove scissors from older dog's mouth. Open box. Take puppy out of box. Remove tape from older dog's mouth. Take scissor [...]

Dog and Cat Allergies
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Dog Food Secrets
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Dogs and Chocolates
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Dogs From Animal Shelters
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Every Business In The World Offers 1 Product -- SERVICE
from David the Dogman Gather presents, boxes, paper, etc. in middle of living room floor. Get tape back from puppy. Remove scissors from older dog's mouth. Open box. Take puppy out of box. Remove tape from older dog's mouth. Take scissor [...]

Exercise for Dogs
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

First Steps for the Irish Learner Driver
The main priority for today's Learner Driver should not be passing the Driving Test but embracing the philosophy of skills for life initially. Surely passing the Driving Test is the main objective? Not So! Your main objective should be to acquire the [...]

For Greater Success in the New Year Try the Miracle of Mind
If you're list of resolutions hasn't been working, try this method! Making a list of New Year’s resolutions is a grand tradition, but has your list of resolutions worked in the past? If you’re like most of us, it hasn’t. This year, why not try mak [...]

GENERATE WEB SITE TRAFFIC AND SALES LEADS WITH POSTCARDS
Postcards can drive a high volume of traffic to your web site and they can generate a large number of sales leads for you. They're highly effective, easy to use and cost very little. A PERSONALIZED FORMAT WORKS BEST Avoid postcards that look like a [...]

Give a Gift That Saves Lives
(ARA) – Heavy snow and rainstorms, fog and dark roadways, crowded construction zones -- law enforcement personnel regularly work under very dangerous conditions. It’s not surprising that almost every day of the year, somewhere in the United States, [...]

He Won't Come Back
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Horse Training Techniques From The 1800's - What's Old Is Ne
Was he the world's greatest horse trainer of all time? Would his picture be in the horse trainer's Hall Of Fame? Perhaps. His name was Jesse Beery. Before he was twenty he became a world class horse trainer. He was so well known, there were more peo [...]

How to get maximum milage out of career fairs?
This article talks in brief about how to get maximum milage out of career fairs. You step into the hubbub of the career fair, take a deep breath, and make your way toward a representative from the top-ranked company on your personal list. This is the [...]

How to Wrap Presents with Doggies in the House
from David the Dogman Gather presents, boxes, paper, etc. in middle of living room floor. Get tape back from puppy. Remove scissors from older dog's mouth. Open box. Take puppy out of box. Remove tape from older dog's mouth. Take scissor [...]

How To ‘Cross-Sell’ And ‘Sell Up’ Over The Telephone
Call centres are a land of missed opportunities. Every call whether inbound or outbound is an opportunity to make a sale or to build a pipeline for a future sale. At the very least there is scope for selling a bigger quantity (selling up) or to sell [...]

Ideas for Employee Retention
A recent survey of 350 human resource managers shows that employee turnover is becoming one of the most critical workplace issues. Sixty percent say that skilled-person power is “scarce”. A recent survey of 350 human resource managers shows that em [...]

If...
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Internet Marketing: A Journey Of Discovery
A summary of the journey we take from beginner to experienced internet marketer Internet marketing is an intense experience It's like living your whole life over again in a few short months or years. Read this article and decide which step you are cu [...]

Introducing: Lynn Terry editor of Self-Starters Weekly Tips
For those of you who don’t already know me personally, I am a 29 year old single mother of two cool kids and I work from my home office full-time as the owner of Web Service Network . I have been in business since late '96, when I opened a storefron [...]

Is Your Resume On Target?
When writing a resume, create a mental picture of a desk piled high with dozens or even hundreds of resumes next to each other. These resumes were submitted by people who want the job you are applying for and are just as qualified as you. Keeping thi [...]

It's Not About Bananas
It’s Not About Bananas ©2002 Helaine Iris I can't believe I'm telling you this. The other day, my husband came through the door with a bag of groceries. Bananas in particular. " Honey," I asked, "why didn’t you ask ME if we needed anything?" I w [...]

Jumping Up
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Kennels
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Kids and Dogs Safety Tip Sheet
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Learning Equals Earning!
Learn more to help you earn more. Homestudy & self-study can improve your earning potential. Learning Equals Earning! By A R Carroll I am sure almost everyone reading this article has heard the common phrase "Knowledge is Power". What I have seen an [...]

Low Cost- High Value Computer Enhancement Programs
Use these low cost tools as you create an affordable marketing plan. 1. www.GoDaddy.com You don’t need to have a website in order to purchase a domain name, 5 email accounts. You can even redirect the new domain to your “other website that has a mu [...]

Natural Food for Dogs and Cats
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

New Baby and the Family Dog
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Pet Retailing- It’s now more than dog food, it’s fashion ret
In previous articles I’ve often written about the trend towards lifestyle retailing. This is reflected in trends in the garden and home improvement industries. But, one of the most dramatic shifts comes from the pet industry, which is going through [...]

Practical realities of Custom Bike Building
For some motorcycle enthusiasts, their ultimate dream is to build their very own custom motorcycle. But most have the dread of having to use up their life savings and feel overwhelmed by all the details of putting such project together. Let’s say yo [...]

PROS & CONS OF MLM
Copyright 2005 Judy Thompson In today’s world of high-speed internet, fast-foods, and super efficiency, the home-based business market is growing by leaps and bounds. While there are many types of businesses that people can do, working from the com [...]

Punishing a Puppy
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Questions and Answers About Dogs
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Questions and Answers About Dogs Part 2
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Questions and Answers About Dogs Part 3
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

Raising Children is a Big Job: How Parents Can Get Support
(ARA) - Do you know anyone who would purchase a new car, drive it day in and day out and never bother to fill the gas tank, change the oil, or rotate the tires? And when it broke down, leave it by the side of the road to go off and look for another v [...]

Reaping The Amazing Benefits Of Writing E-Zine Articles
Marketing on a budget is tough. This is a universal truth that all small business owners face. The most effective small business frugal marketing strategy available is writing and submitting articles to web sites, e-zines, magazines and newsletters. [...]

Satellite Radio - Waves of the Future?
Satellite Radio: the waves of the future? Satellite Radio – Its here! Satellite radio is a new service being offered by two companies, XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio. Both companies are offering over 100 channels of streaming music a [...]

Show and Tell
Do you look for ways to involve your customer during your presentation or do you just babble on hoping you might say something that will generate a sale? Regrettably, unsuccessful salespeople display poor listening skills and have a tendency to talk [...]

So You Want a Cat or Kitten?
presented by David the Dogman As an ardent reader of the Collins Dog Photoguide I came across this article, which I feel, might be of interest to readers. Traffic Accidents A traffic accident is probably the most common cause of serious injury to [...]

So You Want To Be A Consultant?
Let's say you have more than 20 years experience in your chosen field. For the sake of this article, let's say you have been in the nonprofit field for 25 years and are at the very top of your game. And let's say you're a bit bored with the hum-drum [...]

Spam: Where it Came From, and How to Escape It
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Ten Tips on Choosing Your Irish Driving Instructor.
First of all let’s examine why you would need a Driving Instructor in order to learn how to drive. Sure everyone needs a teacher, advisor or instructor, don’t they, when facing up to a new challenge? Or do they? Which comes first, the Chicken or t [...]

Ten Worst Excuses Not to Spay or Neuter a Pet
from David the Dogman The ten worst excuses not to spay or neuter a pet are: Just one litter and then we'll have Fluffy spayed. (Studies show that virtually the entire pet overpopulation stems from the "just one litter mentality.) My dog doesn't [...]

Testing The Water
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The Back Pain of Search
If you've ever suffered from back pain you'll relate to the grief that I discuss in this article. You'll relate even more if your back pain started on the onset of your SEM career. Not surprisingly, mine did. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love th [...]

The Cat Lady Answers Your Questions
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

The Essential Contractor
The Essential Contractor By Brian L. Pruitt The Essential Contractor is defined as one who is reliable and honest, completing his job when promised at a fair and reasonable predetermined price and without question standing behind his workmanship. T [...]

The Greyhound
A greyhound is classified as a sighthound, whose ancestry dates back many centuries BC. In 1906, America began oval track racing with an artificial lure designed to attract spectators to bet on the first dog past the post. This new trend soon caught [...]

The Irish Driving Scene.An Instructors Perspective.
The Irish Driving Scene.An Instructors Perspective The Driving Environment Today’s motoring environment is very different to that of thirty or even fifteen years ago for a number of key reasons and we will examine these to get an idea of the kin [...]

The Lead - Up to The Irish Driving Test.
First of all let us say categorically, that passing the Driving Test is only the beginning of your driving career irrespective of how well you do on the day of the exam. It is going to take the average novice driver maybe three years of constant, r [...]

The Rainbow Bridge
from David the Dogman Just this side of Heaven is a place called The Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all our special friends so the [...]

The Top 10 Strategies For Moving into Action and For Getting
Your ability to move into action and to achieve bottom line results rests in the power of your thinking. These ten strategies will support you in transforming your desires into concrete action. Your ability to move into action and to achieve bottom l [...]

Theft of Services
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What Does an Innate Talent Look Like?
none Martin Seligman, Ph.D., noted Optimism researcher, who’s now studying Authentic Happiness, has proposed that one of the surest paths to happiness is to know your signature strengths and build your life around them, particularly if it’s in a wa [...]

What is Life Balance?
What is Stress? Stress is an interpretation of an event or circumstance which is understood to be a threat. It can be any force or pressure put on a system (living or nonliving) which may result in a need for the system to adapt or change. Stress on [...]

Why are we Waiting? Ten reasons for the lengthy delay in get
The long waiting time to get a Driving Test Appointment here in Ireland is of course the responsibility of the Department of Transport. Or is it? It is so easy to blame your Government for every ill that assails us, but let’s look at the real reason [...]

Why Not to Use Frames in Your Website
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Writing Great Sales Copy
A lot of people shy away from writing their own ads and sales letters when it's really not necessary. If you have even a basic grasp of writing skills, you can easily write your own stuff that really sells. You probably just need a few pointers about [...]

You Can SAVE your Dime When YOU Listen To The Voices of Exp
Discover the pitfalls of owning your own business BEFORE... [you make a BAD choice!] It's really BIG dollars rather than dimes... at least that's my experience over many years. Thousands can be GONE quickly if you fail to plan and work your plan t [...]

You Need SSI Right Now!
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