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Include Your Finances In This Year’s Spring Clean-Up

May 23, 2017 4:02 PM0 comments
Include Your Finances In This Year’s Spring Clean-Up

  It’s National Financial Literacy Month here in the States. It’s fortuitous that this unofficial holiday lands in April every year — a month when most of the country is doing their best to clear out their homes and finish another annual spring clean. Though seemingly worlds apart on the […]

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Best Ways To Keep Your Business Secure This 2017

May 22, 2017 11:54 AM0 comments
Best Ways To Keep Your Business Secure This 2017

  Commercial locksmith services are now becoming in demand because of the growing concerns of many businesses about safety and security. During this 2017 security concerns can become unpredictable. There have already been a lot of reports about burglars breaking in some offices. If you have a business, you should […]

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How to Effortlessly Manage Multiple Projects at Once

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  Managing multiple projects at a time is what project managers do. Even while focusing on one single project, managers have to focus on many diverse strands of information that they seem to be entirely different projects. On any given day, project managers have to constantly switch between new projects, […]

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How Good Companies Handle Bad Press and What You Can Learn

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How Good Companies Handle Bad Press and What You Can Learn

Let’s face it. Every business is bound to have one bad press day. Whatever the reason, be it rumors or customer complaints, you can put bad press to bed like these companies did by following their approach. Face Rumors Head-On Take Amway, for example. The U.S.-based company has been in […]

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4 Ways to Cut Home Expenses This Summer

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  As we enter the summer months and the mercury in our thermometers start to rise, something else will rise with it: our utility bill. Keeping the house and family cool during the upcoming summer months is liable to double your power bill (or more). Your bill can be particularly […]

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Clever Ways To Save

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Clever Ways To Save

Credit Pic Source As a business owner, you always need to think about the bottom line. You need to look at how much money you are making overall and the ways by which you can increase your revenue. One of the best ways to boost the amount you take in […]

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Alcohol Cravings: Seven of the Most Effective Ways to Stop Drinking

May 19, 2017 10:30 AM0 comments

  For people who have engaged in alcohol abuse, controlling alcohol cravings can be a daily struggle. However, scientific research recommends recognizing the triggers, avoiding risks, diets to counter alcoholism, and better ways of having fun and enjoying a healthier life. Below are some of the most recommended means of […]

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Five Things You Need To Know Before Selling Your Company

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Five Things You Need To Know Before Selling Your Company

  Image Credit Like buying or selling anything of great value, selling a business is a lengthy and complicated process, chock full of legal potholes and difficult questions. Don’t let this put you off, though, as the outcome could be incredible for you. People approach this from many angles, partly […]

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Selling Your Home on Your Own – How to Create a Killer Flyer

May 18, 2017 11:37 AM0 comments

  In today’s real estate market, it can be difficult to get your house noticed. For many buyers, price isn’t the only, or even the main, factor in the decision making process. If you are planning on selling your house on your own, then you need to be even more […]

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The Health Effects Of Work And How To Deal With Them

May 17, 2017 1:58 PM0 comments
The Health Effects Of Work And How To Deal With Them

Image: Tim Gouw It is said that over the course of one’s lifetime, a person will spend 90,000 hours at work. That is a long time, and yet for most people, it is just a fact of life. While it may seem rather dispiriting, the truth is that being an […]

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