Archive for the ‘Guest Post’ Category

Controling Emotions For Self-improvement

Friday, February 11th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Jim Gerlits Emotions dominate our actions and reactions and often we will do and say things that we wish we hadn't. To lose control of our emotions is often socially unacceptable. We become used to putting our feelings aside and focus only on rational aspects. No matter how hard we try to control our emotions we will still express Read The Post [...]

Myths and Truth – Fees and Costs Matter

Friday, February 11th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Mitch Levin If what you thought to be true turned out not to be true, when would you want to know that? Would it disturb you to discover that you probably are (unknowingly and unnecessarily) paying more than 6% in your investments each and every year (which is almost like betting against one of the most powerful forces in the universe Read The Post [...]

Work From Home Tips

Friday, February 11th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Joe Maldonado Everyone would love to work from home! How great would it be to get up and begin work in your jammies with no commute? Nobody wants to spend eight hours at an office every day just to put money in another person's pocket. There are many people who have found ways to make up to seven figures working from home. It Read The Post [...]

How To Prepare for the PMP Certification Exam

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 John Reiling You may be thinking that the Project Management Certification Exam is most likely taking a major exam during your college days where you can easily attain the best grades, even reach 85 percent. But, you need to consider the other way around. This PMP exam is composed of 200 multiple-choice questions and must be answered Read The Post [...]

What Should You Make Sure You Learn In Your Photoshop Training Class

Sunday, February 6th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Mandi Pralle The computer is one of the most important tools that a modern person needs to know and how to manipulate. It can help you with a lot of things, allowing you to live easier and more comfortably in the information era. However, there's a lot to a computer that you may want to know about. If you're creative, though, you'll Read The Post [...]

Thinking Outside The Box

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Zahra Efan Everyday I go out for a mini retreat to get inspiration and ideas for my business projects. Before I get into my project, I usually pick up a magazine and look at beautiful jewelry or home décor to inspire my senses with beauty. Beauty helps me tap into my creativity. Similarly, one can get inspiration from nature and Read The Post [...]

Prepare for Cold Calling

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Julie Austin Cold calling is one of the most important skills a business owner can have. It may not be the most fun, but it's the most effective skill to have if you want to sale more and expand your business. You will need to be prepared to make a cold calling campaign successful. Start with a script and rehearse it several Read The Post [...]

3 Keys To Creating An Effective Podcast

Sunday, January 16th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 MyMark, LLC Great content is what keeps readers coming back to your blog and YouTube channel. This is true of your Podcast too. The benefit to producing a Podcast is your fans don't have to sit down and read or watch in order to learn from you. They can listen to you at their convenience wherever they choose. Where does your Read The Post [...]

How Important Is Social Media, An Interview With Chris Norton

Thursday, January 13th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Gavin Ingham As a sales expert and someone interested in improving lives and businesses in general I strive to ensure that I am doing the best that I can to be at the cutting-edge of what is going on with new selling ideas and strategies. One area that I have some strong opinions about is social media and the uses and abuses of Read The Post [...]

Job Search: How Your Unemployment Can Cause Long Term Issues For You And How to Avoid Them

Thursday, January 13th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Dorothy Tannahill Moran Recently, there was an article in the Portland Tribune that discussed volunteer rates, particularly as they relate to the unemployed. It was a great article with several lessons built right in. The primary comments were that the unemployed, who probably have the time, were the least likely to volunteer Read The Post [...]