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  • Save Money by Saving Energy in Your Home

    In today’s economy, saving money can be the hardest feat, especially if you have a family to take care of and look after.  However, there are some ways that you can avoid the stress, and make ends meet – and then some – if you know where to look and know what to do.  Here are a few tips...

  • 5 Reasons to Study Accounting

    College students nationwide have returned to the classrooms this fall, many unsure of what they are eventually going to major in. If you find yourself in similar place, maybe it is time you consider a degree in accounting, whether you attend classes on campus or want to earn your accounting...

  • 6 Tips on How to Build your Online Presence

    If you have a website, you must have an online community to support that website. With traffic in the form of blog entries, events, member weigh-ins, comments, or social media, you will have more than enough to drive the discussion about your products and services and to generate enough "heat...

  • Are you a Visionary or an Executor? Twelve Tips to Make your Idea a Reality

    Being a visionary is great for inventors, idea people, researchers, and dreamers. Thomas Edison had an idea about a light source and perfected the light bulb after hundreds of tries. Steve Jobs had clear ideas about design and user interface of his products to entertain and inform users. Oprah...

  • Four Tips for Managing Your Money

    In an ever-changing financial world, your finances are a major factor regarding the quality of your life. At times money matters are taken for granted, but realistically, they should be on the forefront of all of your decision-making. Here are four tips that will ensure your financial success...

  • Six Tips to Increase your B2B Roster of Clients

    One of the first questions for a new business owner, or for a firm that is streamlining operations, is understanding how to sell your products and services in an easier format. Your challenge is to tailor your processes to fit your business-to-business customers, and make it very easy for them...

  • How to Manage School, Career, and Motherhood

    The wise person who said, "We need more than 24 hours a day to get the day done" must've been a mother, with an office job, who's going back to school. The fact is, when you really think about it, when you're raising kids, working a 9-to-5 and pursuing a degree, you're basically jugging three...

  • 6 Steps to Achieve Career Success, by Ford R. Myers

    Americans make all kinds of New Year's resolutions - to lose weight, to stop smoking, or spend more time with family and friends. However, you never hear anyone say, "I'm committed to improving my career status."

    Ford R. Myers, career coach, speaker and author of "Get The Job You Want...

  • 10 Tips for Networking Success by Ford R. Myers

    Leverage your relationships and maximize networking opportunities

    International Networking Week(R) (www.internationalnetworkingweek.com) will be held February 6-10, 2012. An initiative of BNI, International Networking Week(R...

  • Car Buying Tips for Women

     

    Buying a new car should be an exciting and fun experience, not one fraught with suspicion and fear.  But that’s how many women feel when they venture out to purchase a new vehicle.  Unscrupulous car dealerships sometimes unfairly assume that women are more easily pressured or taken...

  • Four Easy Tips to Save Money in your Household

    Money expert Clark Howard's "Living Large in Lean Times" is a resource with 250+ tips on how to save money and spend wisely during these challenging times. In his "Improve your Personal Finances in One Week" challenge, he recommends you do the following:

    1) Switch to internet-...

  • How to Command Respect

    We all know people that we would describe as natural leaders. These people don’t even have to speak, yet they still command our attention. However, not everyone is fortunate enough to be born a leader and not all of us naturally exude confidence and authority. Is there any hope for us then?...

  • Looking for a Job? How to Make Your Résumé Stand Out

    Now isn’t exactly the ideal time to be hunting for a job.  With the country sunk in a recession, layoffs ongoing, and more college grads than ever vying for positions, you may have a hard time getting an interview, much less an offer of work. Although your résumé might be outstanding (solid...

  • New Year, New You: 5 Resolutions for Success

    It’s no secret that most people approach New Year’s resolutions with a mixture of wildly fantastical notions about how to improve their lives, as well as a healthy dose of skepticism pertaining to their ability (or willingness) to actually follow through.  We all want to make changes, and a...

  • How to Travel Light and Look Fabulous

    Margaux Cameron is a guest blogger for An Apple a Day and a writer on sonography schools for Guide to Healthcare Schools.

    So must us chic girls...

  • Five Principles for your Project's Success

    Having done my Malcolm-Gladwell-esque "10,000 hours of experience" (in his book Outliers, Gladwell suggests that it takes 10,000 hours for someone to become an experienced professional, in any field), I feel like there are some fixed principles that apply to all of our clients, who run...

  • Business Building: How Much does a Website Cost?

    Through my company, I've been working as a web developer since 2004, and I've been coding websites since my first one in 1999, so here are some perspectives on that ongoing question: how much does a website should cost? If we consider...

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