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4 Network Marketing Tips & Secrets

When it comes to Network Marketing (and this can be applied to any business), there are far more people that fail than succeed.  However, if you are willing to work hard, be patient, and put forth the right amount of effort, success is more than possible. Remembering a few things will help and really impact […]

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Why a Home-Based Business Makes So Much “Cents”

Now, more than ever before, individuals are realizing that having a “job” to create the lifestyle they want for themselves and their families is an illusion.  Companies continue to downsize, rightsize, and have been going under for some time now and it’s only getting worse.  Sadly, even having more than one job doesn’t even produce […]

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Making It Easy to Subscribe to Your Blog with RSS

Just a really, really simple tip about something I discovered this weekend while updating my blog with my new wordpress theme.  It’s such a simple thing, I can’t believe I actually missed it.  Nevertheless, I thought I would share in case anyone else didn’t know about it either.  It’s with my RSS (Really Simple Syndication).  […]

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Facebook Page Best Practices

With its 800 million users, having a business page on Facebook is definitely an excellent means to build your brand and your warm market.  And while there aren’t any hard and fast rules in social media, there are some general “best practices” that you can start with as a base. Ultimately you will have to […]

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Motivation is as easy as ABC

Stick Figure with Carrot

One of the most important keys I have learned about motivation is that Motivation follows Action, NOT the other way around.  Too many sit there waiting for the motivation to act but that is entirely the wrong approach.  The best thing to do is just get busy – take action and you’ll find that the […]

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Free Ebooks to Help You Succeed

Benjamin Barber, an eminent sociologist, once said, “I don’t divide the world into the weak and the strong, or the successes and the failures… I divide the world into the learners and non-learners.” One of the greatest investments you can make in yourself is to constantly be working on your own personal growth and professional […]

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