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Sat, 07/18/2015 - 11:53am | by Guest Author

One of the myths people hold is that professionals who are on top of their game never really fail.  Not true. They fail all the time.  However, the way high level performers deal with bumps in performance makes all the difference in how they recover their performance, they maintain their reputation and ultimately enhance how others see their potential.


Thu, 05/14/2015 - 3:25am | by Norah Martin


Who doesn’t like spending money? The tricky part is to earn it of course, and what better way to pull this off then getting a profitable job. This requires training and education, and some jobs involve stressful working conditions. We tend to put up with all ofthat in pursuit for a six-figure salary. And why shouldn’t we? All those years we spent studying and training ought to be worth something.

We have an emergency here


Thu, 04/23/2015 - 5:47am | by Norah Martin

There has never been an investor who has achieved success without having the proper knowledge and the right information, at the right time. So, if you are planning to invest some money, do not expect things to be different for you, since they surely will not be: you will not be the lucky one, who blindly puts some money at stake and wins in the end. Investing is not the lottery, therefore you should roll up your sleeves and find out as much as you can about this subject beforehand. Nowadays, numerous investment blogs contain much helpful advice and they are at everyone’s disposal.


Wed, 11/05/2014 - 8:43am | by Helen Hoart

Email marketing continues to be a profitable way for businesses to reach prospects.  But as inboxes become more and more crowded it’s important for marketers to remember the basic concepts that will lead to a successful campaign.

Here are the elements that contribute to success:


Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:59am | by Charles Presbury

They just won't listen to me...

Why is it so hard to get others to listen so you can persuade them to cooperate?   Maybe it is because WE need to listen more and try to persuade less.

Think about the last time you changed your mind. Did the other person actually persuade you or did you actually persuade yourself that a different point of view or plan of action made sense?

Others are more likely to be "persuaded" if our conversations truly reflect the interests and needs they need addressed.

The Art of Persuasion 

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