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April 26, 2008 Free Articles

Who Needs a Coach?

When does a person need a business or success coach? How is it helpful for life and business?

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Online Surveys For Money : Why They Pay Off And Join Free Today

Completing online surveys for money is an excellent method of supplementing your household income. Surveys pay off in several different ways.

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Data Entry At Home – Does It Really Works Well To Make Money

Data entry at home works well for many individuals. Here are some of the things to consider when arranging your home work space for optimum efficiency.

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Disaster Preparedness for the Small Business Owner

Small business owners often think it would not be difficult to recover from a business interruption because they are a ‘small business’. However, statistics show that a natural or man-made disaster can be a devastating, if not business-ending, occurance.

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Improved Office Environment Can Improve Attitude

A new coat of paint, a vase of fresh flowers or rearranging furniture can freshen up a dreary office environment. Environment can equal attitude. The cost can be low and the ROI very high.

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New York: The New York Times - The Almost Omniscient Media Reporter

Where do you go if you want to know what’s the latest news about Paris and Paris? What do you do if you need to see what happened to Maria Sharapova after this year’s Wimbledon? Who do you ask if you want to know if the storm is still raging dangerously in Taiwan?

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New York: New York City - Traveler’s Paradise

New York City, hailed as the city that never sleeps, fondly known as the Big Apple, is home to approximately eight million people and with the population still expected to rise in the years to come.

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New York: New York, New York and New York!

The sentiments behind the words "I love New York" is one you’d certainly feel the moment you step out of the plane and see for yourself what the Big Apple has in store for you. With a population of over eight million people, thousands of high rise buildings dominating the scene and blinking lights all over, sometimes it’s hard not to be overwhelmed when you first set your eyes on the city that never sleeps.

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New York: Looking back at the New York Yankees

This popular All-American baseball team was actually known as the Highlanders during its humble beginnings, but apparently the nickname Highlanders couldn't really catch on fast with the local sportswriters which is why they often used the monicker Yankees or Yanks (the nickname Yankees were actually coined from the fact that the New York Yankees were an All-American team while American locals are actually referred to as Yanks mostly by the British).

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New York: The Restaurant World of New York

Whether you would like to have a taste of New York dining or build your own swanky restaurant, one fact remains: New York City is the place to be if you desire gastronomical pleasure.

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New York: The History behind the New York Post

New York is known for many things, the Statue of Liberty, New York fashion week and among other things, HBO's Sex and the City. But before we forget, oftentimes overshadowed by the immensely popular the New York Times, there's another popular New York daily newspaper that has actually been around as far back as in the 1800s.

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New York: Tips To Find the Ideal Hotel in New York

You’ve finally got the vacation you deserve after slaving on a desk for half a decade. You saw fit to reward yourself with a trip to the Big Apple; New York, New York, here you come…you’ve got the brochures ready, the traveling checks are in your hand bag and you’re wearing your best Gucci shades to keep you from the harsh glare of the sun. But haven’t you forgotten something?

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New York: The story behind the New York Daily Post

Rich and just basically brimming with culture and history, New York CIty actually has a million or more stories to tell about its decadent past and how things around this cosmopolitan city all came to be. Considered to be as one of the United States' biggest newspapers, whose circulation is actually well more over 700,000 copies.

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New York: The Ultimate Hotel Guide To New York City

New York City is the city that never sleeps, es verdad? Well, it’s certainly no wonder with so many places and stuff that would please all the senses. There’s the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Madison Square Garden and God knows what else. But the question is...where do you stay in New York City?

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New York: The Thespian’s Guide to Acting Schools in New York

Now being a peace loving writer, I certainly shan’t argue about which one of those is true and which one isn’t. But if you’re a thespian in search for good acting schools, then you certainly won’t care about that. But you’d naturally care about the list that I’m about to provide below.

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