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1.   Why We Women Are Our Own Greatest Enemy When Dating by RoseMary Alberts
    I have learned that while there are women who want to be committed to one man, there are some others who seek only attention, gifts, dinners, movies etc, and still others who are only interested in having a physical relationship. But all these three categories cannot be used as a base to judge women and their point of view about relationships only because, like I said, "Women never know what they want." So read on and you will know what I mean...
    Distributed: 2013-11-06 13:00:00 | Word Count: 544 | Page Views: 8634 | Votes: 33 | Rating: 1.97
2.   Why So Many People Have Tried Dating And Are Still Alone by Lance Metzger
    Let's face it; we all want to find our special someone. Unfortunately, too many people involved in the Dating Game are hurting their chances of success, before they even go on that first date.
    Distributed: 2013-11-06 12:00:00 | Word Count: 692 | Page Views: 9593 | Votes: 34 | Rating: 2.32
3.   When A Strong Woman Can Make You A Better Man by Coalton Reynolds
    Behind every man, there is a strong women. After my recent split with my girlfriend of two years I have found myself thinking how much I have changed. At first, I just thought I was only different around her, but now I seem to be a totally different person.
    Distributed: 2013-11-05 12:00:00 | Word Count: 625 | Page Views: 11261 | Votes: 24 | Rating: 2.04
4.   Online Dating Is Easy, But Successful Relationships Require Hard Work by Denice Ritter
    My nineteenth anniversary will be here in a week and a half. So what's so exceptional about that in Mormon Utah? Just this: I have a mail-order husband. He has a mail-order bride. In those days, there was no Internet, and therefore, there was no such thing as online dating. I had to do it the hard way...
    Distributed: 2013-10-31 13:00:00 | Word Count: 564 | Page Views: 7602 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.00
5.   Wal-Mart Has Everything You Need Including Your Next Dating Prospect by Lance Metzger
    My 20-year-old nephew came to live with me and my kids, until he can get on his own two feet financially. His hometown - my hometown is really small... providing little opportunity to someone looking to get started in life on the right foot. I showed him around town, set him on a path to find a job, and pointed out where he could go to meet girls his own age... And in the end, I learned an age-old lesson from my nephew...
    Distributed: 2013-10-31 12:00:00 | Word Count: 674 | Page Views: 8415 | Votes: 33 | Rating: 2.27
6.   Verify The Identity Of Your Online Dating Match by Lance Metzger
    The biggest hurdle that most people face in online dating world is the question and concern of whether the person at the other end of the conversation is really who he or she says that they are.
    Distributed: 2013-10-30 12:00:00 | Word Count: 502 | Page Views: 9980 | Votes: 21 | Rating: 1.71
7.   Tips To Help You Spot and Avoid Online Dating Scams by Lance Metzger
    When seeking romance on the Internet, you should be aware of the many scammers that are seeking to victimize those looking for love.
    Distributed: 2013-10-29 13:00:00 | Word Count: 1082 | Page Views: 8166 | Votes: 24 | Rating: 2.21
8.   Top 3 Things You Must Do To Sell Yourself to Others In The Dating Game by Kandice Skaggs
    Every day, we sell ourselves to others. We exert effort to be accepted by the society, which is a form of selling ourselves. In the office or any workplace, you sell yourself to your boss, your workmates and clients, convincing them that you are worthy of notice, time, and respect. Dating is no different!
    Distributed: 2013-10-29 11:00:00 | Word Count: 836 | Page Views: 5662 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.36
9.   Tips For Building a Successful Long Distance Relationship by Lance Metzger
    From time to time, life will hand you a twist, and you will be required to move from one place to another - this can be the result of a job transfer, leaving home to attend college, or any of a number of other reasons. When you move from one town to another, it is not always possible to bring your partner with you, and this sometimes leads to the formation of a long distance relationship (LDR).
    Distributed: 2013-10-24 13:00:00 | Word Count: 731 | Page Views: 7661 | Votes: 26 | Rating: 1.85
10.   Take The Dating Scene One Step At A Time, After Divorce by RoseMary Alberts
    After divorce, the word "dating" scares a lot of people. If you've been married a long time you probably have lost track of all the unwritten rules or even how to go about meeting new eligible people. Many people immediately take off for the clubs thinking that that is the place they are going to meet someone. You may meet someone there, but it depends on what you are looking for. But, if you are looking for more, this article will help you find your way...
    Distributed: 2013-10-23 11:00:00 | Word Count: 567 | Page Views: 7739 | Votes: 30 | Rating: 1.07
11.   Online Dating Tips: Can You Really Find Your Soul Mate Online? by Lance Metzger
    Many people think that finding THE ONE is really easy and will just come when the time is right. Yes, it happens to many people. But there are also those who go through many challenges before meeting the person with whom they will spend their lifetimes. This is why Internet dating has become so attractive and popular.
    Distributed: 2013-10-22 12:00:00 | Word Count: 855 | Page Views: 5400 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 1.36
12.   Online Dating: Not Your Ticket To Adam Levine by Kandice Skaggs
    Okay. You think you're hot. Sexy, accomplished, young. But you're single. Oops. There goes the relationship barometer - down, way down the drain, and you suddenly turn to the internet. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
    Distributed: 2013-10-22 11:00:00 | Word Count: 912 | Page Views: 5434 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 1.38
13.   Increase Your Online Dating Success By Including The Most Appropriate Photos by Kandice Skaggs
    Because so many people are using dating sites now, it is hard to stand out in a crowd. You need to get the other viewers' attention in less than 10 seconds. You have to grab it. Because people are so visual, a photo is essential.
    Distributed: 2013-10-17 11:00:00 | Word Count: 599 | Page Views: 7211 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 1.64
14.   Dating Rules Explained: How to Turn Your Date Into a Relationship by RoseMary Alberts
    How adults behave on a date depends more on their intentions towards the other person than it does on other factors. For instance, a man who really likes a woman is going to behave differently towards her than he would a woman he is only casually interested in. Sometimes, it is hard to know the difference.
    Distributed: 2013-10-16 12:00:00 | Word Count: 779 | Page Views: 9155 | Votes: 28 | Rating: 1.64
15.   How To Avoid The Pitfalls, Wrong Turns, Broken Hearts Of Online Dating by Lance Metzger
    As an experienced online dater, I feel qualified to help you avoid pitfalls, wrong turns, broken hearts, and the general catastrophes associated with internet wooing. Read on as I examine many of the pitfalls of online dating and how to avoid them...
    Distributed: 2013-10-16 11:00:00 | Word Count: 657 | Page Views: 13292 | Votes: 30 | Rating: 1.87
16.   3 Things To Do To Stand Out From The Online Dating Website Crowd by Kandice Skaggs
    Be Yourself. This is an overly used cliché in any dating arena, don't you think? We are all individuals, with unique personalities that are attractive in one way or another. However, in the online dating world, this may not be enough.
    Distributed: 2013-10-11 12:00:00 | Word Count: 804 | Page Views: 5593 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 1.50
17.   Getting Past First Base In The Dating Game by Lance Metzger
    Dates are supposed to be fun, right? And there are questions burning holes in your gut, on your first meeting? This ice-breaker has worked well for me in the past.
    Distributed: 2013-10-11 11:00:00 | Word Count: 947 | Page Views: 7800 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.27
18.   Are All Online Dating Profiles Faked? Get the Facts by Lance Metzger
    Most of us have dated at least offline, and some of us have dated online. Either way, online dating can be a good experience for each one of us - if we don't let the bad outshine the good. This article will help you identify fake online profiles, so that you can improve upon your online dating experience.
    Distributed: 2013-10-10 16:00:00 | Word Count: 944 | Page Views: 8327 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.30
19.   The Keys to Writing a Killer Resume Cover Letter by Gerald Penniston
    As a job seeker, you must understand the importance and value of a professional resume... Do you, however, also take stock of the importance of a well-written cover letter? Many job seekers fail to realize that a cover letter completes a resume, and both should go hand-in-hand.
    Distributed: 2013-07-24 11:15:00 | Word Count: 904 | Page Views: 5547 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.60
20.   'Limitless' Has Wisdom by Paul Kyriazi
    Want the brain power of Eddie in 'Limitless'? We in the real world can't access that much brain power, but with the right tools and clarity of mind on our part, we can have tons of information ready to use, if only we make the decision to do so.
    Distributed: 2011-09-16 10:15:00 | Word Count: 1145 | Page Views: 923 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 5.00
21.   How to Eliminate Anxiety and Panic Attacks by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    The fact that you can't explain why you feel so terrified is often the most upsetting, but there are ways you can learn to learn how to send those fears packing.
    Distributed: 2011-09-12 10:00:00 | Word Count: 895 | Page Views: 3428 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
22.   Best Effort Essential for the Job Interview by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    Interviewing will determine if you are the right person for the job. These tips will help you make the job interview a success.
    Distributed: 2011-07-30 08:00:00 | Word Count: 676 | Page Views: 632 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
23.   Go Green With Your Career Search by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    Many of the qualities of green living, like recycling and sustainability, can apply to a career search, even if the career is not directly associated with green industries.
    Distributed: 2011-07-28 08:00:00 | Word Count: 636 | Page Views: 5576 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.50
24.   ReCareer in the Second-half of Life by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    Many of us worked the first half of our life to "fit" the job description. ReCareering is about finding the right fit, being selective, being creative, being fulfilled and being intentional about how you spend your time.
    Distributed: 2011-07-26 08:00:00 | Word Count: 525 | Page Views: 5567 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.20
25.   The Shocking Truth About the Law of Attraction and Why It Isn't Magical or Mystical by Jeff Balagosa
    People seem to be polarized about whether the Law of Attraction works or is just mystical nonsense. In this article, you'll see why the law of attraction isn't mystical at all. In fact, it's very practical and based on common sense.
    Distributed: 2011-07-25 10:00:00 | Word Count: 791 | Page Views: 469 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
26.   Up in the Air by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    When looking for work or changing careers, go beyond researching on the internet and reading articles. Find out how you can learn from the art of listening and having a conversation.
    Distributed: 2011-07-24 08:00:00 | Word Count: 678 | Page Views: 598 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
27.   The Hidden Secret To Achieving Your Dreams, Goals, And Desires by Nate Rifkin
    What is the one thing blocking you from achieving all your dreams, goals, and desires? There is a secret technique which smashes your bad habits away, forces you to develop good ones, and pulls you toward the success you want.
    Distributed: 2011-07-22 10:00:00 | Word Count: 525 | Page Views: 5426 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.40
28.   3 Tips For Building Relationships That Last by Clarence Lee
    You know, to hear people talk about the difficulties of the dating process, you would think it is impossible for two people to come together in a mutually beneficial relationship... But the problems of any relationship can be narrowed down to three very important and relevant words...
    Distributed: 2011-07-21 10:00:00 | Word Count: 754 | Page Views: 5168 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.40
29.   The Drama of the Dating Game by Clarence Lee
    Dating is tough. You spend time getting to know someone and deciding whether the two of you are compatible. Then you work your way up to the big question, "Will you go out with me?" Then you sweat the answer... Will he/she say yes?
    Distributed: 2011-07-20 10:00:00 | Word Count: 620 | Page Views: 5407 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
    Effective communication skills: These five tips will help you put them to work for you.
    Distributed: 2011-06-24 10:15:00 | Word Count: 363 | Page Views: 905 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 4.00
31.   Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners Focus on What They Want! by Dan Lok
    I have talked to a lot of successful salon/spa owners or well as other successful business owners. There is a common thread in all their stories. Success leaves clues.
    Distributed: 2011-06-16 10:00:00 | Word Count: 610 | Page Views: 6038 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.17
32.   What Can Salon/Spa Owners Learn From an Italian Deli? by Dan Lok
    You are wondering what can I learn from an Italian deli on how to run my salon or spa? You can learn a lot from these three guys. See wealthy salon owners understand the same secret these three deli owners understand. That secret being they are not in deli business they are actually in the relationship business.
    Distributed: 2011-06-15 10:00:00 | Word Count: 467 | Page Views: 5144 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.50
33.   Wealthy Salon/Spa Owners Build Their Yes Muscle! by Dan Lok
    Struggling salon/spa owners are like a garden hose. They seem to be in chaos all the time with a hundred things going on all at once. They have no direction therefore no discipline. They spray their thoughts everywhere like a garden hose with the nozzle turned to mist. Their thoughts and actions have no focus or power as they vaporize into thin air.
    Distributed: 2011-06-14 10:00:00 | Word Count: 841 | Page Views: 5789 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.25
34.   Work Less - Make More by Scott Bywater
    Sometimes it's nice to look back and see how far we have come. Because your growth can sometimes be a bit like watching grass grow.
    Distributed: 2011-03-04 12:00:00 | Word Count: 413 | Page Views: 6261 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.40
35.   Achieve Your Goals With This Mind Trick by Scott Bywater
    Zig Ziglar had a quote which read: "An optimist is someone who goes after Moby Dick in a rowboat and takes the tartar source with him." And I wanted to take a moment to expand on that quote today, because metaphorically "Moby Dick" is the big dreams we are chasing. But how many of us really believe we will create them?
    Distributed: 2011-03-03 12:00:00 | Word Count: 332 | Page Views: 6233 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.60
36.   Motivation Theory by Scott Bywater
    Here's another Zig Ziglar quote I came across the other day: "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." Nice quote. And it really pulls on the fact that consistency is the key - that nothing just happens and lasts forever...
    Distributed: 2011-03-02 12:00:00 | Word Count: 277 | Page Views: 6530 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.17
37.   Success Leaves Clues by Scott Bywater
    Sometimes you can learn a lot from just watching what others are doing. After all, success leaves clues, right?
    Distributed: 2011-03-01 12:00:00 | Word Count: 334 | Page Views: 6454 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.00
38.   How to Recognize Anxiety in Children and Adolescents by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    Problems with a too-high level anxiety can start in childhood with children and adolescents worrying to a greater extent than their peers about all sorts of things. Some behaviors are an indication of a fussy and over tidy child. When we go just a little bit over fussiness and we have entered the realm of an anxiety disorder.
    Distributed: 2010-12-28 10:00:00 | Word Count: 836 | Page Views: 7035 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
39.   How to Tell if You Have Anxiety Disorder by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    If you're someone who can never earn enough or have enough money to relax about it, and to enjoy spending it, you may have underlying anxiety problems that you haven't had to face, or you haven't wanted to face.
    Distributed: 2010-12-23 10:30:00 | Word Count: 1093 | Page Views: 7045 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.20
40.   How to Tell the Difference Between Anxiety and Normal Worry by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    Anxiety is a normal feeling people experience when faced with threat, danger or stress. Feeling anxious can sometimes be a good thing. Occasional anxiety is part of normal life. However, for some people anxiety is a constant factor in their lives. When a person has anxiety problems, it interferes with their ability to function normally on a daily basis. Anxiety disorder can cause people to feel intense, long-lasting fear or worry, in addition to other symptoms.
    Distributed: 2010-12-21 11:30:00 | Word Count: 979 | Page Views: 6569 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.40
41.   How to Treat Your Anxiety and Panic Attacks by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    Next to Depression, one of the most common disorders which affects an estimated 2.4 million people in America alone, is anxiety disorder. Anxiety can manifest as a generalized anxiety, panic attacks, social anxiety and agoraphobia. Anxiety disorder can be mild or so totally disabling that the person is confined to her or his home. All forms of anxiety can be extremely frightening to those who experience it frequently, but many individuals have found comfort in the fact that anxiety disorders can be treated.
    Distributed: 2010-12-16 10:30:00 | Word Count: 742 | Page Views: 6622 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 0.86
42.   Are Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks Genetic? by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    I'm often asked by clients whether or not there's a genetic of hereditary component to anxiety disorder and panic attacks. That line of questioning usually leads into a discussion about how that person's extended family seems to have an abundance of people with anxiety problems of one sort or another.
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 11:15:00 | Word Count: 746 | Page Views: 6742 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.17
43.   Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks: How Cognitive Behavior Therapy Can Help You by Dr Jeannette Kavanagh
    In your journey to conquer anxiety and to eliminate panic attacks from your day-to-day life, no one approach will be totally right, but Cognitive Behavior Therapy can be a very powerful part of your recovery. In this short article, I want to explore what's involved in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, so that you can make a decision whether or not you'd like to explore it with your therapist.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 11:30:00 | Word Count: 748 | Page Views: 6714 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.25
44.   Marketing for Introverts: Is an Online Business the Cure-All? by Marcia Yudkin
    Is an online business is the most suitable earning situation for introverts? Not necessarily. Find out why it may be a poor idea for an introvert to use their computer as a shield against face-to-face interaction.
    Distributed: 2010-12-07 11:45:00 | Word Count: 412 | Page Views: 5856 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.80
45.   Introvert Marketing: Success Models May Help You Attract Business Your Own Way by Marcia Yudkin
    Many people assume that successful people are by definition extroverts. That's untrue. When you look more closely and carefully, you can see many introverts succeeding in public life and in business. To join their ranks, find a success model or two and learn from them.
    Distributed: 2010-11-18 10:00:00 | Word Count: 350 | Page Views: 6389 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.00
46.   Introvert Marketing: How Reserved Can Also Mean Revered by Marcia Yudkin
    Many people believe introverts are wallflowers who have no power to attract people to them. In fact, there are numerous ways that introverted business owners can have magnetism. The two keys are knowing yourself and building an authentic reputation upon that foundation.
    Distributed: 2010-11-16 13:00:00 | Word Count: 404 | Page Views: 5209 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.00
47.   Losing Weight - The Addiction of Comfort Food by Larry Tobin
    Its very name is appealing - comfort food. What could be more wonderful than a food that helps us feel better? Almost everyone can name something that they eat when they're just feeling sour or sad. Of course, we know that food can't be the solution to our problems, especially the problem of trying to lose weight and keep it off. So why do we find ourselves trapped in the eat/feel better/feel worse/eat some more cycle?
    Distributed: 2010-11-04 11:00:00 | Word Count: 863 | Page Views: 6400 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.00
48.   Marketing for Introverts: Ignore the Shoulds and Blaze Your Own Trail by Marcia Yudkin
    If you're an introvert in business, should you force yourself to market in a way that doesn't match who you are? No! Find out why.
    Distributed: 2010-11-04 10:30:00 | Word Count: 405 | Page Views: 5503 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.86
49.   Follow The Experts Who Do What They Teach by Willie Crawford
    As I'm sure that you realize, not all online marketing experts are the same. Some are only interested in your money, and they know that the quickest and easiest way to get it is to sell you "the dream." Many so-called experts have never done what they teach. They come online, survey the landscape, and decide that teaching is easier than doing.
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 11:15:00 | Word Count: 897 | Page Views: 5734 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.40
50.   Marketing for Introverts: Must We Impersonate Extroverts? by Marcia Yudkin
    Introverts need not pretend to be extroverts to succeed in business. Reclaiming your personality and building a marketing infrastructure that respects your personal strengths requires knowing yourself and trusting that people are out there who will appreciate you as you are at your best.
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 11:00:00 | Word Count: 414 | Page Views: 4985 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.40
51.   Stop Stressing - Sacred Time and Space by Larry Tobin
    In addition to the way that stress becomes quite relentless and ever present in our lives, it also has a terrible habit of refusing to respect boundaries. If we learn the process of establishing boundaries and creating opportunities to rest - instead of just utilizing them as they show up - we can multiply the power of this rejuvenating phenomenon so that we feel more calm, empowered and at ease with our lives.
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 10:30:00 | Word Count: 847 | Page Views: 4752 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.75
52.   Stop Stressing - Do, Defer, Delegate by Larry Tobin
    Sometimes the problem that we're dealing with isn't necessarily a matter of the stress itself, but rather the way we're approaching it. Fortunately, this also means that we can correct those same problems that we've made. What we need to learn to do is analyze, categorize and prioritize our efforts.
    Distributed: 2010-10-28 10:45:00 | Word Count: 859 | Page Views: 4608 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.80
53.   Unhealthy Relationship Myths That You Should Know About by James Kern
    Sometimes, being in a love relationship is so scary that we'll destroy it just to get out. What? Destroy your own relationship? You worked so hard to get it! That doesn't make sense.... or does it?
    Distributed: 2010-10-26 11:15:00 | Word Count: 644 | Page Views: 5029 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.67
54.   4 Step Checklist For Online Marketing Success by Bill Platt
    Many online business owners want to make the process of developing a successful online business harder than it needs to be... The truth is that a simple 4-step checklist can lead anyone to online profits:
    Distributed: 2010-10-25 13:00:00 | Word Count: 1343 | Page Views: 5884 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 0.83
55.   Success in Business is Easier – if You Can Live Without This by Scott Bywater
    It's no secret that acknowledgement is something we crave more than anything else. In fact, I've heard that acknowledgement is sometimes more important than money when it comes to running a team.
    Distributed: 2010-10-08 11:00:00 | Word Count: 441 | Page Views: 5237 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 0.83
56.   A 3 Minute Mistake Which Could Cost You Thousands by Scott Bywater
    Anyway, I am a decent customer for them. And winning me over could be worth several thousand dollars over a lifetime. So you can imagine my shock and surprise when this happens...
    Distributed: 2010-10-04 12:00:00 | Word Count: 320 | Page Views: 4959 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
57.   How To Cope Better When Crappy Stuff Happens by Scott Bywater
    Sometimes stuff happens that we don't expect - in business and in life. How will you cope with the next unexpected problem or disaster?
    Distributed: 2010-10-01 11:00:00 | Word Count: 371 | Page Views: 5068 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.00
58.   Stop Stressing - Stressors and Themes by Larry Tobin
    One of the most important ways to identify stressors and their role is to figure out their theme. A theme is a sort of thread that ties seemingly different elements into the same whole. What seems like many problems is actually just one related, overall problem. Once we know our major stress themes, we can begin taking more appropriate big-picture steps along with smaller ones.
    Distributed: 2010-09-07 10:00:00 | Word Count: 906 | Page Views: 4426 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.33
59.   Losing Weight - A Body in Motion by Larry Tobin
    Newton tells us that a body in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon; likewise, a body at rest will stay at rest until acted upon. This gives us a powerful metaphor for the difficulties of getting into a proper, healthy exercise habit that can help shed weight and keep it off. If we can break our old habits and get ourselves into a good, strong routine of healthy habits, we will find they are much easier to maintain. This applies just as much to exercise as to any other habit we have in mind. Taking it step by step (literally!) can make all the difference in the world.
    Distributed: 2010-09-02 10:15:00 | Word Count: 853 | Page Views: 4593 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
60.   Stop Stressing - External Checks on Internal Perceptions by Larry Tobin
    It's very easy to take our perception as reality. We see a wall six feet away, we say it's six feet away. We feel hot, we say it is hot. The problem is, perceptions are a matter of perspective and information. This is one of the most important stress management tools available in our toolkit. Let's look at a healthy habit we can build to help combat our internal perceptions with external information.
    Distributed: 2010-08-31 10:00:00 | Word Count: 855 | Page Views: 4346 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.33
61.   Stop Stressing - Using Systems to Gain Control by Larry Tobin
    So far, we've been focusing on using small steps and independent techniques to help deal with the stress which piles up in our lives. Each of these techniques is a good and proper one for dealing with stress. However, there is another technique that takes advantage of all the things we've talked about and makes them even more effective. This technique is called "system building."
    Distributed: 2010-08-26 10:15:00 | Word Count: 919 | Page Views: 4006 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.67
62.   Stop Stressing - Finding Choices by Larry Tobin
    It's hard to make a good choice instead of a bad one. It can be even harder to go back and undo a bad choice that we made some time ago. Instead, many times we stubbornly reinforce it again and again, letting it build up over time to continue burying us in worry, regret and stress. If we genuinely want to build lifelong habits that will benefit us and reduce the amount of stress in our lives, we have to look seriously at every aspect of those lives and improve them.
    Distributed: 2010-08-24 10:15:00 | Word Count: 932 | Page Views: 4217 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
63.   Stop Stressing - Don't Look Back by Larry Tobin
    The past can be a problematic albatross to carry around. We'll forget where we left our keys 20 minutes ago, but ask us to remember an embarrassing moment from our childhood and it will come to mind like a flash. For some reason, we seem incredibly predisposed toward reminiscing over troubling events. We replay and replay them in our minds until we can't focus on anything else but feeling mortified and wondering if we made the right decision. What's needed is a system - a way of approaching the problem piece by piece and addressing each part until we can settle it logically.
    Distributed: 2010-08-17 11:00:00 | Word Count: 859 | Page Views: 4276 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
64.   Stop Stressing - Breathe Deep by Larry Tobin
    We can turn breathing from something that just happens automatically into a powerful, stress-controlling habit that allows us to regulate the way our body processes its energy. For those of us looking to reduce stress in our lives, following are a few tips on how to make breathing into a life-affirming habit.
    Distributed: 2010-08-12 11:15:00 | Word Count: 883 | Page Views: 4026 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
65.   Stop Stressing - Resist the Urge to Time Travel by Larry Tobin
    For creatures that supposedly only exist in the present, we sure do a lot of time traveling. We worry about tomorrow, we fret over yesterday, and all the while our current status gets neglected. If we're going to make the best of our efforts to relieve stress and get to where we want to be, we need to make a habit of making the most out of the present, instead of letting time-traveling worries get the best of us.
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66.   Losing Weight - Weighing In by Larry Tobin
    Part of our ultimate goal in doing all this habit changing is to lose weight, of course. Part of that is the practice of weighing in and seeing what our progress has been. Unfortunately, this is another area where people too frequently miss out on developing a good habit, and find instead discouragement and frustration. However, just like all other problems, there is an explanation and a habit that can help solve it.
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67.   Guerrilla Marketing: About Love Not War by Judy Murdoch
    "Guerrilla Marketing" is a term coined by Jay Conrad Levinson in his 1984 book: Guerrilla Marketing: Secrets for Making Big Profits for Your Small Business. The term is a spin on "Guerrilla Warfare," war tactics used by small, often indigenous armies fighting larger, better equipped invaders.
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68.   Overcome Your Guitar Playing Problems With Speed Testing by Craig Bassett
    A large number of guitarists make a number of mistakes when they find that they have trouble playing something... They try to improve their playing of something without doing a few vital things... Read this article to get your guitar playing technique back on track...
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69.   Can Our Dreams Be Our Teachers? by Scott Bywater
    A recent dream awoke lessons in my heart...
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70.   Top Ten 'Mistakes' Made by Parents America by Ryan Hogan
    On one hand the word "mistake" may be too harsh. Every child is different and only you really know if your offspring is happy and flourishing. Therefore, who is to say what a parenting mistake is and is not? On the other hand, "mistake" may not be harsh enough.
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71.   Stop Stressing - How to Log It and Block It by Larry Tobin
    An interesting thing about the human mind is that it tends to work largely on autopilot. Whether it is showering, driving to work, or making breakfast, there are large parts of our daily routines that occur without needing much conscious thought. Just as the mind can adopt behaviors as automatic, it can be made to think about them and break them down into meaningful pieces of information. To that end, we're going to look at a life-building habit called a Stress Log.
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72.   Losing Weight - Share the Health with Family-Friendly Habits by Larry Tobin
    Kids pick up their eating habits from their parents. They get used to eating what their parents serve, and while they don't share all tastes with their parents, there ends up being a lot of commonality. Children pick up habits just like adults do, through repetition and example over a period of weeks and months. Making sure these habits are healthy is an important part of parenthood, and fortunately we have some advice to help make this process a little easier.
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73.   3 Courses of Action For an Unhappy Relationship by Tony G. Mann
    The reality is that if you are actively dating, you're going to probably end up in an unhappy relationship eventually. For some people, they may have to go through several bad relationships before finding the right one. If you are facing an unhappy relationship, then there are three courses of action you can take:
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74.   Take Time Out To THINK by Scott Bywater
    Yesterday I put some time aside for me to gain CLARITY. ... after all, once you get clear on something, things begin happening.
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75.   Too Much Chocolate? by Scott Bywater
    And I've heard it said that everyone is addicted to something... alcohol, drugs, sex, looking at email, other people's approval, etc. But there are good addictions too.
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76.   Relationship Questions: What Men Want and What Women Need by Bob Grant
    What men want is to be trusted and what women want is to trust them. A fundamental, physical difference in the sexes lies at the heart of these core relationship questions. By simply doing what they say they will do, men have the power to create stronger, better relationships.
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77.   A False Economy I NO LONGER Practice Do You? by Willie Crawford
    Many of us go out and buy some of the best software and hardware tools available. We read about some tool that could easily DOUBLE our business, or TRIPLE our productivity, so we wisely purchase it. After the purchase is made, the whole process goes sideways...
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78.   The Perspective of Dawn by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    For years, I have been a night owl as opposed to an early bird. I embrace beautiful sunsets, bur rarely, on purpose, strive to witness a glorious sunrise. Recently while on a Caribbean cruise, with Diane Ackerman's book in hand, I challenged myself to be an early riser to discover the beauty of sunrise rather than my standard, sunset. It was a chance to try a different perspective. And, it was rather enjoyable.
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79.   Losing Weight - 3 Steps to Mix Socializing with Dieting by Larry Tobin
    We are a social and habitual species, so it's natural that we build up patterns of behavior related to socializing. While many calorie-centered rituals have the potential to thwart effective weight loss, socializing does not have to be in conflict with healthy eating habits. Here are three steps toward building positive weight management habits while you enjoy time out with your friends.
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80.   Life is Like Mahjongg by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    I have read all of Amy Tan's books starting with the Joy Luck Club, Kitchen God's Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, and more. Each book carries the reader to the Far East and often, the author mentions people playing the game of Mahjongg, an ancient Chinese game of skill, strategy, and calculation with a certain amount of luck. Hmm...MahJongg... What kind of game is that?
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81.   The Top Ten Mistakes Made in Job Interviews and How to Avoid Them by Cecile Peterkin
    A job interview is your chance to shine. Now that you've been given this opportunity, it's critical that you don't waste it. Here are the top ten mistakes made in job interviews and how to avoid them.
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82.   Losing Weight - Taming Your Trigger Foods by Larry Tobin
    There are certain things we just cannot stop eating once we've begun. A bag of chips, bread, a favorite chocolate or candy, whatever it is that sets us off makes us keep eating until we feel over-full or finish the bag. These are what we call trigger foods, and they can be a serious stumbling block to trying to lose weight. Incorporate these two techniques into your routine over the next 30 to 60 days to take charge over those trigger foods.
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83.   The Ox and The Fly by Scott Bywater
    Over Xmas, I bought a business book about Aesop's Fables. And from memory, one of Aesop's Fables is about the ox and the fly. In a nutshell, it goes like this.
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84.   Awaken The LION Within You by Scott Bywater
    Yesterday I read the "Mr. Brave" book to my 3 year old son. And he asked me "What's brave?" I explained to him that brave is anything you do when you are scared to do something, but you do it anyway. And that is a big part of living, isn't it?
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85.   To Be Inked Or Not To Be Inked? Choose Wisely by Bree Levine
    Is getting a tattoo right for everyone? There are some wise dos and don'ts that go with the idea of a tattoo.
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86.   How You Can Beat 97% Of The Pack by Scott Bywater
    When I was seventeen I remember doing a program called Discovery. I think I was the only teenager who paid for half the fee and begged and pleaded their parents to let them go. Basically, it was a course which taught a lot of life skills from motivation to how to deal with conflict... kind of like an Anthony Robbins for teenagers.
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87.   Picking A Baby Name That Will Survive The Test Of Time by Amanda van Hess
    For as long as man has walked upon the earth, and tribes of people have had a common language, new parents have struggled with the names to give to their offspring. In this article, we analyze the popularity of biblical baby names through the last 130 years, until the present...
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88.   Baby Names For Twins - Double The Trouble by Amanda van Hess
    Deciding on a baby name is tough enough without having to decide for two - twins that is... Twins are double the fun and double the trouble. Once mom realizes that she is sporting two under the hood, the challenges of naming her unborn children becomes much more difficult. Should she just choose two distinct names, or should she choose two names that fit well together or have a relationship to one another?
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89.   The Road To Online Marketing Success Requires Commitment by Bill Platt
    Unsuccessful online marketers are notorious opportunity seekers - giving an opportunity only a couple of weeks to start showing results, before changing directions to chase the next flavor of the week. It almost seems that the majority of online marketers are chasing get-rich-quick schemes, rather than trying to develop a legitimate business. Those who are successful online, are the kind of people who make a solid commitment to a particular business model and make a long-term commitment to a realistic marketing plan.
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90.   A Confession From Barack Obama by Scott Bywater
    One of the big mistakes many business owners make is coming across as if they are perfect and have no faults. But here's the problem with this. Perfection doesn't endear you to anyone. And everybody knows it's false.
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91.   Why I Admire Bob the Builder by Scott Bywater
    Today I want to talk about why I admire Bob the Builder. Until recently, I never thought much about Bob the Builder. But over the holidays, I spent some time watching different shows with my 3 year old son.
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92.   Learn How To Overcome Your Subconscious Mind To Improve Your Golf Game And Handicap by Winchel Blanc
    Obviously, the goal in golf is to get the ball into the hole, in as few strokes as possible. More important than learning a specific technique, to enable the possibility, is to understand the learning process in the game of golf. If you learn to hit the ball fast and straight the first time, then you will naturally lower your handicap. So, for those who are truly interested in improving their golf game, one should strive to make the first stroke hit its mark. This article will guide you through a different way of thinking about how to improve your golf game.
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93.   Tips For Naming A Baby, When You Want To Be Surprised By The Baby's Sex by Amanda van Hess
    In recent years, with the availability of inexpensive ultrasound procedures, it seems that all soon-to-be parents are racing to have an ultrasound done to learn the sex of their unborn baby. However, many new parents still prefer finding out the sex of their new baby on his or her birthday. Much like waiting to open a Christmas gift on Christmas morning, some parents prefer to learn the sex of the child on his or her day of birth. Of course, this offers real challenges to new parents, when naming their new child.
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94.   Understanding PE in Men: Is It a Psychosomatic or Physical Condition? by Bud Castillo
    Notice: The information in this article is being provided to help couples to understand the realities of premature ejaculation in sexual health, and the available treatments for it. If you are disturbed by this topic, please quit reading this article now.
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95.   A Business Lesson From The Australian Open by Scott Bywater
    Unless we move outside our comfort zone on a regular basis, we end up just going around in circles. We need to learn to play 'The Red Line' if we are going to achieve our dreams. And that's what we need to do in business, isn't it? We have to escape our comfort zone to find real success in life and in business...
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96.   What's Important in a Relationship by James Kern
    Unless you know what your partner really wants from you, then you have very little chance in hell to have a fulfilling relationship. Find our today exactly what your partner wants from you.
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97.   10 Easy Steps to Feeling Fabulous! by Carol Chanel
    Over the years of helping women learn to feel fabulous, I realized there are 10 steps you have to take in order to truly feel it. Before I tell you the 10 steps, I want to first share with you what being fabulous really means and what gets in the way of it. This way the steps will make sense.
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98.   Lessons I Learned From Paris Hilton by Jesse Self
    Today I'm going to chat about shameless self-promotion. That's right, I said it! Shameless! After all, we are learning from Paris Hilton here.
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99.   How To Profit Wildly From Attending Live Internet Marketing Events by Willie Crawford
    Since attending my first Internet marketing seminar in December of 2002, I have attended at least 50 other seminar, conferences, workshops, bootcamps, or cruises with groups of marketers. I attend so many events because they help me to grow my business exponentially by networking face-to-face with my peers. Attending live events, provided you choose carefully, is well worth the meager investment usually require for admission. However, there are certain thing you need to do before, during, and after an event to gain the maximum benefit. Here are some of the things that I do and consider important in getting the most out of your seminar experience.
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100.   Be A Bulldog - Reject New Prospects by Scott Bywater
    This article is going to challenge some people, so if you like things sugar coated or to hear the latest ra-ra-ra positive thinking... prospect, prospect, prospect... or outdated sales advice, you probably should stop reading. Why? Because I am going to show you how to push prospects away. Sounds crazy, doesn't it?
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101.   Why I Don't Trust Gurus by Scott Bywater
    I look back at this stage of my life as a big learning experience... a seeking for something deeper... a time when I trusted others above myself. And it felt awful.
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102.   Quitting Smoking Side Effects Are Not That Scary by Jack Sillow
    When deciding to give up nicotine, you should also be aware that there are some quitting smoking side effects that you will have to deal with. Now, they are not as scary as you might first think, but you should be aware of them, in order to be prepared and deal with them the right way.
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103.   Athletes Use Steroids - Entrepreneurs Use This by Scott Bywater
    Years ago, I saw a seminar where the presenter was saying the only difference between where you are now and where you want to be is knowledge. Well, I kind of agree with that. And I kinda don't.
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104.   The Most Important Question To Answer by Scott Bywater
    Did you know Warren Buffet - the second richest man in the world - started out as a pinball repairman? Interesting to see where people started out and where they end up, isn't it?
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105.   Please Hear What I'm NOT Saying by Scott Bywater
    Up until - probably the last 5 years - I always tried to pretend like I was perfect. The following poem called, Please Hear What I'm NOT Saying, tells much about my life when I was much younger... As it may tell about people you know in your own life...
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106.   Get Rich Quick? Yeah, Right by Scott Bywater
    Do you know anyone who has ever managed to get rich quick and without putting the effort in? I have a friend who used to wish for just that... He is still wishing...
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107.   Put Yourself Under The Gun by Scott Bywater
    Nothing in business can happen until you make plans, then put them into action... But more will get done if you set your plans into action with deadlines attached...
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108.   Think Like a Bamboo Plant by Scott Bywater
    Discipline is a requisite of success... But it helps to view the world as the life cycle of a bamboo plant...
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109.   Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda by Scott Bywater
    This little success story might just help you bring new inspiration and dollars into your business...
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110.   Happy Holidays (Hold Onto The Slippery Fish) by Scott Bywater
    This is not the normal way you would open up a Christmas message, but I think it's really important for all of us to pay attention, particularly at this time.
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111.   Which Road Will You Take Over Christmas? by Scott Bywater
    The relationship between Christmas eating habits and our work habits are observed in this article.
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112.   The Passing Of A Legend by Scott Bywater
    What most people don't realise is that Anthony Robbins mentor was a guy named Jim Rohn. And you might have heard that Jim Rohn passed away yesterday. That made it a sad day.
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113.   An Easy Start to Going Green by Janet Davis
    No one expects every person to be an Erin Brockovich, or every family to pull off an experiment like the New York family that didn't discard most of their waste but recycled literally everything except food. The key is rather that every person and every family can take small but worthwhile steps to reduce their impact on the environment; steps that fit right into their daily routine, rather than throwing it completely off kilter.
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114.   She's After Your Money by Scott Bywater
    Who would you rather be? The guy who had just managed to inherit a tidy sum from a bank before he left and had $700,000 in the bank... but had no money and limited skill? Or the guy who had invested the last five years of his life to gain the knowledge to practice as a specialist in this country with highly sought after skills. Many people would probably say the first guy.
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115.   Your Marriage Can Be Saved, If You Are The Source Of The Communication Problems by Donny Prentice
    The leading cause of divorce in the United States today is marriage - always has been, and always will be. But joking aside, one of the leading causes of divorce is the unwillingness to communicate or listen to one another.
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116.   Build Trust With A Favour Bank by Scott Bywater
    I remember reading a book by Paulo Coelho a few years ago when I came across the concept of the favour bank. Basically, what a favour bank is based around is the fact when you do someone a favour they will want to return the favour at some stage in the future.
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117.   What's Most Important by Scott Bywater
    A guy I know was telling me about how you can give EXACTLY the same stock trading system to one person and they'll go and turn it into a fortune, achieve their dream lifestyle and all that sort of good stuff. Another will do nothing with it and claim it doesn't work. It doesn't make any sense, does it?
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118.   The Effect of Inflation and Deflation on Retirees by Irene A. Majchrzak
    When we worry about how long our retirement income will last, we consider so many factors. The current economy is causing a drain on 401(k)'s and IRA's. So we have become much more cautious about withdrawing money to use it as part of our pensions.
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119.   The Ultimate Security by Scott Bywater
    I remember times in my life where I have lived on the edge, unsure of how I would pay my bills. But that does not happen anymore... And it does not have to happen for you anymore either...
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120.   Business Is The Best Therapy by Scott Bywater
    The reality is personal development has become huge over the last few years. And I believe it's a good thing. At the same time, there's no better therapy than going into your own business.
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121.   The Church and the Boy Scouts - How Leaders Can Encourage Leadership by Matthew Osborne
    Was Jesus a Boy Scout? Did he choose to develop character and maturity in a similar way to this model?
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122.   5 Tips for Planning a Staycation by Laurel Vespi
    Taking all of your vacation days is an important component of your peak performance at home and work. Vacations allow you to disconnect from your regular routine and then return rested and rejuvenated. If money or time is tight, a staycation is a great alternative to a traditional vacation. A staycation is simply a vacation taken at home. Following a few simple tips, you can enjoy the benefits of a holiday without having to pack your suitcase.
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123.   Are You Fighting The Secret Formula? by Kim Duke
    One of the lessons my dad taught me about flying is that an airplane uses almost 60% of its fuel for take-off. Just those few minutes of going down the run-way and lifting up into the air uses the most energy. But once the plane is air-borne it is able to use minimal fuel to successfully stay in the air.
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124.   Top Ten Personal Habits by Laurel Vespi
    Successful people have a regular routine of daily or weekly habits that reinforce the things that are most important to them. By practicing a set of personal success habits, they maintain a positive outlook, keep focused on their priorities, have more energy, and a greater sense of satisfaction with life.
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125.   5 Ways to Use a Light Bulb Moment by Laurel Vespi
    We've all had those ah-ha moments - a split second when something become crystal clear. That sense of the lights going on is your signal that an opportunity exists. You now have a new piece of information or insight that can impact on your choices going forward.
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126.   5 Sounds You Don't Want to Miss by Laurel Vespi
    Have you ever had the experience of getting into your car first thing in the morning and when you turn the radio on, the music is blasting? Funny that it didn't seem that loud when you turned the radio off the night before. That's because as the day wears on you adapt to the noise level.
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127.   Managing Your Fearful And Obsessive Thoughts by Stanley Popovich
    There are times when people encounter fearful thoughts that can be difficult to manage. For some people, the more they try to get rid of the thoughts, the more difficult they become to manage. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their fearful and obsessive thoughts.
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128.   Stop Wasting Time and Start Making Money by Merlyn Sanchez
    As the saying goes, "time is money," so wasting time is wasting money. And who can afford to do that, especially in today's economy? Here are five pitfalls that many business owners and solo professionals fall into that can severely hamper their productivity and cost them profits. Do any of the following sound familiar?
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129.   Alcohol And Substance Abuse Will Not Take Away Your Fears by Stanley Popovich
    Your fears, anxieties, and other problems have the best of you and you don't know where to turn for help. At some point you feel totally helpless as you struggle each day. What do you do? As a layman and an author of a managing fear book, there were times that my fears had the best of me. Through these experiences, there is one thing that I learned. You can't hide or runaway from your fears.
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130.   How to Open Up the Lines of Communication and Maintain a Healthy Relationship by James Kern
    Has your relationship hit rock bottom? Then it could be time for a little "magnetic communication". You need to find a way back into your ex's life by the art of communicating effectively. Use these ideas to get started on the right track.
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131.   Job Searching and Staying Marketable in a Recession by Cecile Peterkin
    Job searching is never fun, nor is it something that is particularly comfortable for the majority of people out there. It can be frustrating, but ultimately, it can prove to be an extremely rewarding experience. There are additional challenges that exist, however, when it comes to job searching in a recession. Here are some helpful tips to ensure you'll be successful.
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132.   When Someone You Know Struggles With Fear And Anxiety by Stanley Popovich
    What do you do when someone you know has to deal with persistent fears, anxieties, or even depression? Well the first thing you need to do is to get the person to seek the services of a professional who can lead them in the right direction and give them the help they need. In addition, here are some other techniques you can use to help the person cope.
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133.   When Considering A Tattoo, Put Some Real Thought Into Your Decisions by Bree Levine
    The story of my first tattoo is not an exciting one: no one was drunk, nothing was misspelled, and it didn't happen in jail. Personally, I think tattoos are awesome. I have one, and I plan to get more. However, your decision to get a tattoo can be permanent, so make sure that you consider the negatives of a tattoo alongside the positives of a tattoo.
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134.   A Review Of Techniques In Managing Your Depression by Stanley Popovich
    Some people have a difficult time in managing their depression. Sometimes, their depression and fears can get best of them. As a result, here is a short list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their depression.
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135.   How to Use Personal Branding for a Competitive Edge by Cecile Peterkin
    Personal branding has proven to be a successful strategy - one that can also help you to get a competitive edge during your job search. If you want an exceptional career and to achieve your goals, learn how to use personal branding.
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136.   Volunteer Abroad with a Clean Conscience by Stephen Knight
    Guidance for anyone thinking of volunteering abroad who is concerned about the negative impact of air travel.
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137.   Managing Your Persistent Fears And Every Day Anxieties by Stanley Popovich
    Looking for all of the answers in how to manage your persistent fears and anxieties? We all have those times when it is difficult to manage our stresses and anxieties. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their every day anxieties, stresses, and fears.
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138.   Ten Questions Every Leader Ought to Be Asking by Lisa Haneberg
    We are at our best when we catalyze progress - when we create environments that help people, teams and processes do great work together. I invite all leaders - at all levels in the organization - to embrace the opportunity to be great like you never knew you could be or was possible. Here are ten questions you can ask yourself and your team to get catalytic juices flowing:
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139.   Eat What You Like and Stay Slim? - My Journey - Part 5 by Karen Fullick
    Have you ever asked yourself why slim people seem to be able to eat whatever they like and never gain weight. Well we all know at least one of these people, may be a friend, colleague or relative but whenever you are with them they seem to eat well and have treats but always remain slim and healthy.
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140.   Victims And Relationships Don’t Mix! by Carol Chanel
    In order for relationships to be truly fun, fulfilling, joyful and loving both people have to be emotionally healthy. That doesn't mean you still don't have some issues to resolve - that's part of life. It does mean that you aren't living a life as a victim of a past experience(s) and continuing to recreate more victim experiences.
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141.   How To Stop Gambling by Skyler Ace
    There's nothing wrong with gambling - if it's done the right way. As a sport, as a hobby, as a stress buster, there are many ways in which gambling can be good for you. But, and this is a big but, there are even more ways in which gambling can, not only be bad for you, it can ruin your life. It is all a matter of how your treat gambling and the role it plays in your life.
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142.   Stop the Anxiety! A Quick Guide for Overcoming Panic Attacks by Rochelle Melander
    Learn tools to overcome panic attacks.
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143.   Destructive Behaviors That Cause a Relationship Break Up by James Kern
    On the surface, you think that being in love is the greatest thing since sliced bread, but underneath you're flailing and kicking and trying to get back to the status quo, which is you being alone and miserable. It sucks, but you're used to life there. If Alone and Miserable were a bar, everybody there would know your name.
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144.   Easy Tips To Reduce Your Cost Of Living And Survive Recession by Fred Vanhoosen
    Recession is a period of general economic decline and we need to prepare for it. Surviving the recession is much easier when you are prepared for it. Here are some tips for surviving the current economic crisis.
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145.   Nice Has Its Price! by Carol Chanel
    The key to living your life from a place of freedom, peace and joy is that if you try to live your life to please others, or to do what they think you should, you'll never be happy or fulfill your dreams. These tips can help lead you to a more happy, more fulfilling life...
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146.   Cutting Corners In A Stressed Economic Situation by Hadley Kincaid
    The economy has really taken a toll upon my family. My wife was laid off from her job, significantly reducing our total monthly income. This has forced us to stick to a very rigid budget, cutting our cost of living and finding money where we never expected to find extra money.
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147.   Are Your Decisions Crushing Your Spirit? by Carol Chanel
    Next time you have to make a decision about a job, a relationship, a promotion, or even a date, I want you to run the fear-based vs. trust-based test past it.
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148.   LOA: The Secret and The Law of Attraction Doesn't Work! 3 Reasons Why by Andrew Brinkworth
    The different ways that that the Law of Attraction doesn't work in people's lives and how they can get past them.
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149.   The Holy Spirit Guide by David Raets
    It is hard to argue the fact that no matter what the point of debate, whenever any subject regarding religion is approached there is a real tendency for argument. Bear with me because there is a very real correlation to the subject of this text with the way we raise to the defense of our beliefs. These arguments are not simply against non-believers, or those who do not share our particular faith... these arguments can spring up between the closest of those sharing the same faith. Any point of faith is an extremely personal emotional trigger that has as much of a defense in our core as the need to protect our family and home.
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150.   Do's And Don'ts Of A Great Relationship! by Carol Chanel
    The other day I asked a couple I had coached to consciously model a great relationship for his younger brother and girlfriend. I realize a lot of us never knew what a great relationship looked like. We didn't know what to do and not do. We only had in our minds relationships we saw at home, our friend's relationships, those we saw on TV or in the movies, or read about in books. So what does a great relationship look like? Read this article to get a list of the do's and don'ts of a great relationship...
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151.   Our Gift by Joyce C. Lock
    If you knew you were going to stand before God, today (not in judgment, but meeting your very best friend) ... is there a gift you would like to present Him with? Do you plan to meet Him empty handed? Maybe you have a gift for God already. Perhaps, you never thought about it and would like to.
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152.   Online Gambling Addiction - The Facts And Solutions by Skyler Ace
    There are several problems that can arise from gambling such as a gambling addiction; low self esteem, loss of money and a lot more. This article will help you identify a person suffering from a gambling problem, so that you can help them get the professional help they need to overcome such a problem.
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153.   The Joy of Being Debt-Free by Irene A. Majchrzak
    Being debt-free! What would that mean for your life? It could mean the difference between a good retirement and a great retirement leading to more freedom to have the things you want.
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154.   David 'Felix Leiter' Hedison Introduces the James Bond Lifestyle by Paul Kyriazi
    David Hedison played the continuing character of Felix Lieter in two James Bond movies, "Live and Let Die" and "License to Kill". He recently recorded a 12 minute introduction to the eight hour CD production of "How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle".
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155.   Are You at Risk of Burning All Bridges Back to Your Ex? by James Kern
    Do you have mutual friends with your ex? Well, pay attention. You could well be committing some of the most basic mistakes that will forever ruin your chances of getting back together with the love of your life. From spying techniques to sulking like a baby. Get the inside on how to handle this tricky situation starting from this point onwards.
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156.   Elvis Presley Saved My James Bond Project by Paul Kyriazi
    Fear is the key on a new project. You stay scared, you stay alive. There is never a right time to start a new venture. And you will always feel like an outsider trying to get in. Embrace the fear and use it's energy.
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157.   The Power of Thinking BIG by Ed Mylett
    Imagination is one of the world's greatest forces. Human beings have progressed and developed in direct relationship to their collective imagination. All of our world's greatest achievements were once just thoughts in the minds of people who dared to dream them.
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158.   Watch Out for Pumpkins by Leonard Porcano
    By reading this story, you can take inspiration from the actions of a five-year-old boy and his experience growing his first pumpkin.
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159.   Valentine's Day Is The Perfect Opportunity For Romancing Your Loved One With Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    It's a sad fact that the American culture lacks in romance-a recent survey conducted by Brusking/Goldring Research for the Society of American Florists (SAF) revealed just how bad the situation is. According to the survey, only 19 percent of men rate themselves as at least a seven on a scale of one to 10. Even worse, women agree! Only 19 percent of them rank their husbands or significant others as at least a seven.
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160.   Be It Resolved: Reviewing the Year and Making Resolutions That Work by Rochelle Melander
    How to learn from this year and then make New Year's resolutions that work.
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161.   Setting Goals: Want What You Really Want by Timothy Aaron Whiston
    Most of us only focus on goals we believe are realistic, or reasonably within our grasp. But to achieve true success and happiness we must allow ourselves to dream about the things we really want, no matter how big these things might be. This article will help you move past your limitations and focus your energies on your highest goals.
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162.   Rapidly Accelerate Your Spiritual Growth Through Writing Stories by Chris Cade
    For centuries, spiritual sages have told short stories to enlighten and inspire others. Counting the stories and parables that Jesus and the Buddhas have told might take a lifetime, and it would probably take several lifetimes to fully integrate the wisdom from those stories into ourselves.
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163.   How Anyone Can Actually Build A Six-Figure Income by Willie Crawford
    At a recent job fair, I watched an endless procession of retiring military personnel, and contract civilian employees, parade past a dozen employers. Many of them filled out applications and handed them in to several of the bigger employers. Many of them also talked to me, and I explained that when I retired from the military, I stepped right into a six-figure job that I had created, which has since grown into a seven-figure income. The six-figure salary range was something a few of them "dared" dream of, but most saw it as impossible.
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164.   Educating, Counseling and Healing With Nature Via 53 Natural Senses by Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D.
    Learn the ecology of sensory, nature-connected, environmental science, counseling and psychology. It recognizes Earth as a living organism and that we are born with more than 53 natural senses that help us sustain personal and global well-being.
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165.   Standards for Life Coach Certification by Kelly Burris
    What determines human behavior? There is not a Life Coach or for that matter a psychologist, psychiatrist or physician who can definitively answer this question yet this is the most fundamental question if you wish to initiate permanent behavior change. If you cannot answer this question, how can you possibly expect to help someone make a change in their behavior let alone a permanent change? How can you move forward if you do not know what is moving you forward.
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166.   Seven Questions to the Deepest Level of the Subconscious by Kelly Burris
    In the resolution of any problem it is always about the question and if you cannot answer this question (What determines human behavior?) you are guessing how to help someone with depression which is the primary symptom for virtually all behavior disorders. There are 7 questions that will lead you to a basic understanding of how to take control of what controls you.
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167.   When Following-the-Leader Gets Your Business in Trouble by Mark Silver
    On a hot summer day in the early 1990's, I was standing in the middle of a California freeway. Four cars were piled up around me, and ambulances, fire engines, and the California Highway Patrol were arriving one after the other. Our paramedic unit had parked where the first-in unit had told us to park, and we were working on the car that first medic on-scene had directed us to. Per protocol, the first paramedic on-scene was the "incident commander" until a higher ranking command officer or supervisor arrived.
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168.   Wounded Wolves --- The Journey Forward by Rick Johnson
    This is a story about finding your way. It's dedicated to any and all people that may have found themselves lost, confused, powerless, in a dead end career, going nowhere and those who may have lost sight of what they really want from life. It's a story about 'people (wounded wolves)facing life's challenges' and making the journey forward. Forward to success, self esteem and pride. Maybe a few of you can relate to this as it's happening now. Or, maybe you were wounded once and remember the journey you had to make to create happiness and success in your life. Being wounded can be a result of many things - a personal crisis, family life, a bad marriage, the way you were raised, poor life decisions, limited exposure to education and learning, and sometimes just being in the wrong place at the wrong time. It can even be just a matter of heritage and the socialistic environment that you become accustomed to as a child.
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169.   'Help! I'm lazy!' by Mark Silver
    All the messages coming at us from popular culture tell us that if we're not doing what we're supposed to be doing, we're lazy. I'm going to tell you right now, I don't believe in lazy.
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170.   Why Gratitude Goes BEFORE Happiness And Abundance by Margie Waters
    GRATITUDE - Why most people have it backwards, and why expressing gratitude in words just isn't enough to get what you want. Learn to harness one of the most Powerful Forces in the Universe by understanding this's one of the biggest keys to genuine happiness, wealth, true joy, and success.
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171.   Every Failure Is An Opportunity In Disguise by Richard Saldan
    Mount Rushmore was inspired by incredible men who accomplished amazing feats by harnessing the power of adversity. Overcoming the adversities of life can reward you with an exhilerating feeling of strength and accomplishment. While most people run from adversities, the true leader embraces adversity and uses it as a slingshot to propel themselves forward.
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172.   Why Vacations Just Don't Work by Mark Silver
    When you're exhausted from working, overwhelmed, burnt-out, little visions come visiting. Visions of distant beaches, cabin hide-aways, foreign adventures. Vacation-land. And so, off you go, on vacation. And, when you come back, by noon on Monday you're as exhausted as you were when you left. Did you take the wrong vacation? Or is there something wrong with vacations?
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173.   To Reduce Stress, Just Change Your Perspective by Vishal P. Rao
    Life is a necklace with various events that have been strung together in a series. In itself a particular event in life does not have specific negative to positive connotations and most events are fairly neutral in themselves. It is the mindset of the individual that is viewing the event that makes a specific event positive or negative.
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174.   Internet Marketers: Will You Quit or Overcome The Obstacles Before You? by Bill Platt
    There is barely an industry on the Internet who has not been touched by those who quit and those who overcome obstacles to success. This article discusses the four traits that can be observed in those who find success on the Internet.
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175.   Struggling in Network Marketing? 4 Great Tips to Help You Turn the Tide! by Larry Zimberg
    Are you STRUGGLING in your MLM, Network Marketing, or Home Based Biz? What's stopping you from reaching your goals or moving from where you are to where you want to go? This article could be the key in helping you TAKE ACTION and GET RESULTS! IF you are like most people today, you are overwhelmed with too much to do and too little time. There just isn't enough time for everything on our "To Do" list - and odds are there never will be. You will never be caught up. Here are some tips to help you MOVE FORWARD!
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176.   Becoming Resilient by Jan Hornford
    Emotional resiliency is the ability to recover and to go on in the face of misfortune and adversity. It is about finding joy in life again. How do we move forward? How do we become resilient?
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177.   Shower People with Love: A True Inspirational Story by Sharif Khan
    A true inspirational story about the loss of a brother, his brave battle against cancer, and his powerful message of love.
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178.   How To Create A Vision For Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Think about your career and the times when you said 'I want.' Maybe you said 'I want' go to college—and then enrolled in school and completed your degree. Maybe you said 'I want' to work for a large or a small company—and you are working there now. Maybe you said 'I want' to lead teams—and that’s one of your current responsibilities. 'I want' is a very powerful phrase. Without it, it’s hard to go very far.
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179.   'The View' Studio Audience Receives StressEraser Biofeedback Devices by Evan Birkhead
    Life is stressful, between work, school, kids or whatever you need to find a way to relax. Due to a hectic schedule you probably don't have the time to spend all day at the spa. What you need is an effective at home stress reduction solutions, The Stress Eraser is that Solution.
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180.   How To Successfully Prepare For Interviews by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    A job interview is a screening tool. For you, it’s an opportunity to assess whether or not you want to work for a company. For the employer, it’s an opportunity to decide whether or not they want to hire you. Both sides are looking for a match.
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181.   Spring Clean Your Life! by Jan Hornford
    My spring cleaning has been centered on eliminating tolerations. Tolerations are anything that you are putting up with that drains your energy or irritates you. Eliminating tolerations is a simple way to get you into action, generate momentum and create energy in your life.
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182.   Other People's Doubts by Andrea Conway
    Business Owners: Do Other People Doubt Your Ideas and Visions? The Law of Attraction Offers a Solution.
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183.   Grief - Your Surprising Tool For Business Momentum by Mark Silver
    Business momentum is when a series of "events" build upon each other, and multiply their efforts. It's when your business starts to have some steam of its own, and you get carried along for the ride. For instance, we had some February sunshine here in Portland, and I went bicycling. Each time I pedalled was an "event." Okay, got it. What's grief got to do with it?
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184.   How To Avoid Being Trapped In A Niche by Mark Silver
    Bang! Bang! Bang! The hammer comes down again and again, nailing those wooden planks in place. Finally, it's done: you're trapped. No windows, and the only door nailed shut. Those business gurus told you to pick a niche, and so you did. And now you're stuck there, for the rest of your days. G'bye creativity. G'bye freedom. G'bye.
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185.   Can You Change Your Luck? by Roland Gold
    Many years ago I really needed to change my luck for the better. My work in rockets and satellites was incredibly enjoyable but the politics at the company I worked for were unbearable. I was stuck at the lowest level of supervision. I was in a bad marriage with three children, two cars, one dog and one wife. I was mired in a miserable job while many people I knew were starting their own companies and making tons of money.
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186.   What All Great Conversations Need by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Not getting what you want in your career? Maybe you are not asking effectively. Communication should be simple. You say one thing, and the other person says another. The challenge is that each person communicates differently. People listen to what is being said differently, and they interpret what they hear differently, too.
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187.   Five Ways to Alienate Your Employees: A Manager's Guide To Investigating Errors by Norm Howe
    Are you a manager with too much time on your hands? Do you go home at the end of an eight hour day with boring regularity, leaving a clean desk and a clear conscience? Wouldn't you rather have NO discretionary time in your life? Here are five sure-fire tips to create fear in your employees and keep them from ever participating openly during problem solving discussions.
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188.   Say The Right Things During Your Job Search by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Are you doing as well at your job search as you’d like? If not, maybe the problem is the words that are coming out of your mouth.
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189.   Fill-In-The-Blank Bio Templates to Write Your Personal or Professional Bio by Barbra Sundquist
    It's not hard to write a personal or professional bio when you use the fill-in-the-blank bio templates provided in this article. All you have to do is choose one or two sentences from each of the four categories and add your details. The result will be a first-rate personal or professional bio.
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190.   A Dysfunctional Team Is Normal by Diana Keith
    Did you know that a dysfunctional team is normal? What is not common is for your team to remain that way over time. Learn the six tell tale signs on how to know if your team is dysfunctional, along with how you can start to improve performance once and for all
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191.   Persuasion—a Powerful Tool by Alvin Day
    How do you get a 'YES' in response to your requests? Most of us make requests of others all day long. The ability to influence others, to persuade people to agree with your views, requests and propositions can be a powerful tool. Learn how to persuade others effectively by applying this proven method.
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192.   Overcoming The Fear Of Loneliness by Stanley Popovich
    Sometime or another we will experience a time when we are alone. The first step is to become comfortable with yourself and having the self-confidence that you will be able to manage being alone. There is nothing wrong with being alone. If being alone bothers you then seeing a counselor can help you with these issues. In the meantime, here is a short list of techniques that a person can use so that the fear of being alone doesn't become a major issue in their lives.
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193.   Finding And Overcoming The Source Of Your Fears And Anxieties by Stanley Popovich
    A sure way to overcoming your fears and anxieties is in finding the source of your fears and being able to manage it. In dealing with any kinds of fears or anxieties, try to learn what is the real source of your fears and anxieties. Knowing what is causing your anxieties can go a long way in finding the solution.
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194.   Tomorrow Will Be A Better Day by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Your career has its ups and downs. We all have or have had career slumps and they do pass. If you are feeling “slumpish” these days, know that you will look back one day and recognize the valuable lessons you’ve learned from this time in your life. Everything happens for a reason—you just might not know the reason yet
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195.   Managing Your Fears, Anxieties, And Phobias Takes Practice by Stanley Popovich
    Like everything in life, managing your fears and anxieties takes practice. The more you do it, the better you will become. Here are a few reminders on how you can become better at dealing with your fears, depression, and anxieties.
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196.   Facing The Fear And Anxiety Of The Unknown by Stanley Popovich
    All most everybody worries about what will happen in the future. The prospect of not knowing if something good or bad will happen to you in the near future can produce a lot of fear and anxiety. As a result, here is a list of techniques and suggestions on how to manage this fear of dealing with the unknown.
    Distributed: 2008-04-01 10:00:00 | Word Count: 524 | Page Views: 4048 | Votes: 19 | Rating: 2.26
197.   No Prison Flowers For Boy George by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Singer, songwriter Boy George, front man of the 80's pop group Culture Club, was recently arrested and sentenced for drug possession. It seems he'll be spending some time picking up trash in the community as penance for his crime.
    Distributed: 2008-03-31 15:24:00 | Word Count: 430 | Page Views: 5361 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 1.33
198.   Personal Decisions of The Heart: What Secret Does A Housefly Know That You Don't? by Bronwyn NobleStar
    Daily answering the following question may help you deal with the storms of life that can make you believe you have somehow gone overboard and gotten in over your head! Am I starting my day feeling Love or Hate?
    Distributed: 2008-03-27 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1473 | Page Views: 4147 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.43
199.   Coping With Your Stresses And Anxieties In The Business World by Stanley Popovich
    Everybody deals with anxieties and stresses in the business world, however sometimes our anxieties can get the best of us. As a result, here is a list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their daily stresses and anxieties at their job and in the business world.
    Distributed: 2008-03-27 10:00:00 | Word Count: 490 | Page Views: 4361 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.57
200.   Change How You Feel At Work by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Work can be frustrating and stressful sometimes. Yet, no matter how tough your job is, you’ll need a healthy mind and body to tackle it. If you are eating poorly, not exercising, or internalizing stress, you won’t feel well. And if you don’t feel well, you can’t treat your career with the attention and respect it deserves. Without energy, you cannot make your career as fulfilling as it could be.
    Distributed: 2008-03-24 13:24:00 | Word Count: 766 | Page Views: 3452 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.00

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