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Make Your Positive Attitude Contagious

By Judy Mackenzie Are you projecting the attitude you think you are? If life has a tendency to overwhelm and fill you with negative feelings, practice projecting a positive attitude. A change in attitude can lead to many positive changes in your life. Practicing a positive attitude can...
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11 Steps to Building an Effective Virtual Team

By Dortha Hise You know when you can barely keep your head above water?  You wish you had some to help you make it through the day let alone another week? I have just the answer for you… a Virtual Assistant. A virtual assistant essentially takes on anything...
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Smart Women Buy

Did you know that women’s buying power tops $2.4 trillion annually, and that they control or influence 85 percent of all household purchases? For years, women have been recognized as the chief purchasing officers for their households, and they still are the primary decision makers for household goods. But women also drive the big-ticket expenditures for themselves, their families and their businesses.
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Want to Get YourBuzz for Business?

Do you want to know what customers are saying about your business online? Managing social media conversations can be time consuming and distracting. There are a variety of products in the marketplace to help you manage discussions, post comments or retweet.
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Philanthropy…The Missing Link in Your Business?

Many of the happiest and wealthiest individuals that I have met over the last several decades have commented that the “key” to their success has been in their generous giving. Personally, I wouldn’t have it any other way, and that’s why philanthropy is one of my company’s key components.
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Maximum Benefit from Your Accountability Partnership

Stephanie and I both agreed that the hard core “do it or suffer the consequences” approach did not work for us with accountability partners, and that, in fact, it sometimes created ADDITIONAL resistance to taking action. The five year old boy in me comes out, saying, “You can’t make me!”
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