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April 13, 2005 Free Articles

Home Selling: Making It Easy On Yourself!

How you can make the task of home selling much easier on yourself by doing few simple things that don't take much to do.

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Article - Why Would Anyone Do That in My Meeting?

Imagine that you open a meeting by saying, "We need to talk about the budget."And someone responds with, "I named my dog Budget because he's too big."After the laughter subsides, you wonder why anyone would make such a silly remark in your meeting.

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Effective Meetings Begin With a Real Agenda

Everyone knows that an agenda is the key to an effective meeting. But an agenda that consists of a list of nouns, such as budget, software, and picnic, is useless. Here’s how to prepare a real agenda that puts you in control of the meeting.

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Ten Tips for Effective Meetings

Here are ten things that you can do to hold more effective meetings.

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Effective Meetings by Phone - Part 1, How to Plan a Teleconference

Teleconferences can be a boon or a bust. On the positive side, they allow people at different locations to attend meetings without having to travel. On the negative side, they can degenerate into frustrating struggles with uncontrolled babble. This occurs because people lack visual contact, which hinders effective communication and provides opportunities to misbehave. Here's how to set up an effective meeting by phone.

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Effective Meetings by Phone - Part 2, How to Hold a Teleconference

People attend teleconferences in the privacy of their offices. That avoids travel, but it also allows unproductive behavior that can ruin the meeting. Here's how to make your next teleconference a success.

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The Coach Approach

When you use what you go through to grow through, you take the coach approach. I am suggesting that you hire your own counsel. After all, who else knows your dreams, goals, and intentions better than you do? Who else has access to your inner compass?

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The Most Underrated Golfer in History... Buffalo Bill! Huh??

Buffalo Bill was introduced to golf by his father at age 5 and started his PGA Tour career in 1955 at the age of 24, which could be considered a late start compared to today's standards. Even with this late start he ended up with 51 wins on the PGA Tour, 6th on the all time win list. Included in those 51 victories are two U.S Opens and one Masters. He also has won nine Senior Tour Championships including two Senior Majors, one of them the USGA Senior Open in 1983.

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The Rise Of UK Theme Parks

Since Blackpool Pleasure Beach opened the Pepsi Max Big One in 1994, UK rollercoaster construction and theme park competition in general has been gathering pace. New parks have been built across the country and established centres such as Thorpe Park and Aulton Tours have battled for supremacy. This was a scenario that was hard to conceive 15 years ago with the impending opening of EuroDisney (now Disney Resort Paris), as many thought the UK theme park industry would struggle to survive and thrill seekers would instead be enticed through the tunnel to one of America’s biggest brand names.

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Travelers with Disabilities: The Untapped Market

When most people think about accommodating people with disabilities in their business they get a scared feeling in their gut and their mind scrambles to search for that all-important date when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) went into effect. It doesn’t have to be that way! When business owners open their eyes and start to realize that there are literally billions of dollars to be made in the accessible travel market, I believe we will start to remove the fear associated with the ADA.

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A familar problem for everyone. Is ther now a solution?

Lost & Found for the 21st Century In today’s hectic world more and more people are turning to those handy gadgets and mobile products that can be taken with them anywhere they go. The more things consumers own, the more they're prone to lose them. This in mind we actually went out and tested a new service on the UK market from Want it Bak. Lets see what Londoners are really made of.

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A Thing of Beauty is a Joy with Photoshop

Human nature always seems to have this predilection with beauty and what society believes is beautiful. When we are fat, we want to be slim or thin. When we have the so-called “love handles”, we decide we do not love them anymore, so we go to the gym and exercise until our tongues fall out from fatigue. We are blessed with dark colored skin, so we try all the new bleaching products available in the market to lighten our color. We have white skin so we go to tanning salons to get olive skin, and the out-in-the-sun color to your skin. We are naturally brunette but we go to the nearest salon to get our hair done and died to blonde because they said “blondes always have such fun”.

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The cosmopolitan essence and romanticism of Paris surround Roland Garros Paris Tournament

The important tennis tournament Roland Garrós, which is being played on clay, will attract the elite tennis players from all over the world to Paris from the 23rd of May until the 5th of June. The event, besides having an own media coverage of the large events, will not only capture the attention of sport enthusiasts, but also of foreigners and locals wanting to enjoy the cosmopolitan atmosphere and romantic characteristics of the city of the Seine.

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Lose 104 Pounds in a Year

Did you ever think about the fact that losing 2 pounds a week adds up to 104 pounds a year? That's a LOT of weight.

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Are you thinking of republishing RSS feeds?

There is lively debate about the republishing of RSS feeds on other sites. The argument surrounds the use of RSS feeds from the feed publisher being used in an unfair manner. This includes republishing the entire articles and not displaying sufficient credit to the original source.

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