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Did You Text Your Ex? Here's The Best Way To Respond When They Text You Back

30th March 2012
After you take a break from your ex and then decide it's now time to try and text your ex back, you may find yourself in a dilemma. It's hard enough trying to figure out what to say in those first few text messages to your ex. But that's not your only pro... Read >
Author: Derek Blandford

Reducing The Stress Faced By Teachers

18th August 2010
Eustress - Beneficial, Good Stress Teachers, job stress reduction programs are unnecessary when the stress involved is eustress. Eustress is an appropriate, positive response to the stressors teachers meet. "Eu" means "good" in Greek. Picture joy and l... Read >
Author: Boyce Gomez

Best Practices for Fostering Change

04th May 2010
change.doc.hide{display:none}Download the original attachment Best Practices for Fostering Change All leaders face the challenges associated with resistance to change.  There is always the temptation to drive change through the exe... Read >
Author: John Hersey

Four Things You Can Do When He Doesn’t Call

24th February 2010
Every relationship in this world requires a lot of understanding. At the initial stages of a relationship, both the girl and boy are on the phone; it would seem day and night. However, as time passes, the boy starts calling less and less. This gives the g... Read >
Author: Teecee Go

5 Steps to Get the Woman of Your Dreams

21st December 2009
In these 5 steps to get the woman of your dreams, we will assume you already have your eye on someone.You have met the woman of your dreams and you want her to notice you but, you think you don't have a chance because she is so beautiful and other men, be... Read >
Author: Thomas Palmeri

Do You Suffer Interminably From Chronic Hemorrhoids?

31st March 2009
Hemorrhoids are a condition in which the veins around the anus or lower rectum are swollen and inflamed. Hemorrhoids may result from straining to move stool. Other contributing factors include pregnancy, aging, chronic constipation and/or diarrhea. Hemor... Read >
Author: Anne P. Jackson

Dealing With Negative Responces To Your Engagement Announcement

08th October 2008
Planning a wedding can be a very happy time. Usually our family and friends are happy for us, glad that we found the one we want to spend the rest of our lives with. However, this is not always the case. Realize that everyone may not be happy of this a... Read >
Author: Pamela Kazmierczak

4 Steps to Effective Email "Cold Calling"

30th May 2008
We all hate spam in our email boxes. It's annoying, impersonal, and sometimes offensive. In spite of this, it may surprise you to know that emails can be a very good way to open communication with a prospect. If you carefully follow the new cold calli... Read >
Author: Ari Galper

The Rule of Reciprocation

16th August 2007
The rule of reciprocation, which says that we should try to repay in kind what another person has provided us, is the most potent weapon of influence we as humans possess. The highly respected archaeologist, Richard Leakey ascribes adhering to the rec... Read >
Author: Jan Potgieter (MBA)

5-point vs. 6-point Likert Scales

16th June 2006
One of the most common scaled-response format questions in survey design today is the Likert scale. It was developed by the American educator and organizational psychologist Rensis Likert in 1932 as an attempt to improve the levels of measurement in s... Read >
Author: Infosurv Editorial Team

Greek Facial and Hand Gestures - Does "No" Mean "Yes"?

08th September 2005
Greek Facial and Hand Gestures - Does "No" Mean "Yes"? As many Greeks will tell you, the Greek language is a very rich language and when a native speaker is in action, it is often also accompanied by a rich variety of facial and hand gestures. Th... Read >
Author: Emmanuel Mendonca
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