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February 29, 2008 Free Articles

Who Said Learning Could Not Be Fun?

Sergiy Klymchuk has created a context for teenagers and adults to enjoy training in personal and professional financial literacy. Just the thought of training in this field sounds bland and boring, but his book "Money Puzzles: On Critical Thinking and Financial Literacy" has developed a different perspective toward financial literacy.

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4 Ways Money Puzzles Differs From Any Other Critical Thinking Book.

There is a wide array of critical thinking books on the market to choose from. While some are good and present beneficial information, many are a waste of time to even bother with. "Money Puzzles" is one of the elite critical thinking and financial literacy book you will come across, which is exactly why you should jump on the opportunity in front of you.

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Choosing an Outboard Engine

2 stroke vs 4 stroke outboard engines and what size of boat each is best suited to. The differences between the two types of outboard motors are compared helping you decide which boats and outboards combinations are right for you.

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The World's Oldest Job Interview Question - and How to Answer It

Well, we can't reveal what that question is here! But we can promise it's the very first thing you'll read in the article, which also explains the true purpose of the question, and four solid tips on how to answer it.

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How ‘Thank You’ Can Be A Powerful Investment For Your Online Business

Rude and annoyed seems to be the common tone among companies these days. There is a lost art out there and it is called common courtesy. A simple ‘Thank you’ can put your business over the top for many consumers.

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Pro Travel Network Business Review - Truths Exposed

Looking for more information on the Pro Travel Network opportunity? This article will give you some need to know items about the program.

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The Fine Print on Long-Term Care Insurance

The fine print on Long-term Care Insurance is explained and options explored as we all try to figure out how we're going to pay for the luxury of living longer. Prior conditions, guaranteed renewability, duration of benefits, and other long-term care insurance lingo is explained in this concise, direct, and slightly irreverent article.

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Weekly Calendars: Simplify Your Life 7 Days at a Time

It's a common problem - too much to do, and not enough time to do it. How can you make sure the essentials get done each day? The answer lies in prioritizing, organizing and tracking your time and to-dos with a weekly calendar.

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News Years Resolutions or Fatal Attraction?

Are your New Year's resolutions helping you improve yourself? Follow these tips to get the most out of your goals.

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How Perfectionists Fail (And What to Do About It)

Writing a dissertation or scholarly article can lead to perfectionism. Do you know why this is a sure way to fail?

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A True Dog Training Secret

Many times our dogs don’t behave the way we want them to. Training your dog requires you to spend some time teaching your dog new behaviors. While we are training it can become very easy to get distracted and lose focus.

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Start the New Year Right

Now's the time to make a positive change in your life. Taking small steps to improve your everyday life will have a lasting impact on your productivity and well-being.

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Want More Money? The Secret Formula They Didn't Teach You in School

In palmistry, women entrepreneurs’ hands reveal, in the hand’s simple, straightforward way, the STRUCTURE of money as well as what to do and what NOT to do to have a good relationship with money. To attract more money, structures for organizing money must be in place.

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Writing a CV; tips for success

The value of a well written CV to a student, or even an experienced professional, cannot be overstated. A CV, also known as a resume, is the first stage in the application process and probably the most important. This article will explain the areas which need to be covered in a CV and will also explain some of the most important details to include.

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Good with Your Hands - Beware of Work from Home Scams

Are you good working with your hands? One of the biggest work from home opportunities out there are companies looking for people to build their products out of their homes and then sell them for profit. Well, at least that is how the pitch goes. At the end of the day, this scam revolves around the investor purchasing expensive equipment and materials that the company insists are necessary to produce the goods.

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