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Radio Ads & Jingle Production and their Importance

24th September 2010
Jingles are meant to do: Aided by simplicity, catchiness and repetition, they insidiously attach themselves to your cerebral cortex, and nothing can dislodge them, short of having another jingle catch your attention. An advertising jingle or commercial th... Read >
Author: jingle

How to Make Homemade Carp and Catfish Boilies Work as Successfully as Readymade Baits!

14th September 2010
You might well ask an experienced bait maker for advice and simply expect details and levels of ingredients for a bait recipe; but you need more than just this! I can reveal to you just why that is the truth and how to always keep ahead of the fish. You c... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

Do Hypnosis Audio Recordings Really Work?

03rd June 2010
Hypnosis audio programs have enjoyed increasing popularity over the past few years. Let's take a look at what this is all about... What Is It? Let's start with the basics - what exactly is a self hypnosis MP3? Essentially what this is is an audio re... Read >
Author: Derek JJ

Self evaluation for career choices

28th April 2010
If you are considering a career change the The big question is what career is the right one for you? Before choosing your new career you need to think about yourself. Many people who are unhappy in their current careers don't really know what they want... Read >
Author: Ralph at New Wavelength Coaching

What is the Belbin Team Role Theory?

21st April 2010
What is a team role? A team role as defined by Dr Meredith Belbin is: "A tendency to behave, contribute and interrelate with others in a particular way." Belbin team roles describe a pattern of behaviour that characterises one person's behaviour in re... Read >
Author: Liz Fletcher

Happiness Starts With You

31st March 2010
If you want to be happy and successful in life then there is only one thing you need to know, and that is that happiness begins with you. There are five concepts you need to understand to nurture the happiness you seek: appreciate yourself, take time out,... Read >
Author: Clare Swindlehurst

What Drives Unethical Behaviour? Lessons from F1 McLaren Mercedes driver featuring Santander UK

18th March 2010
The way organisations conduct themselves can affect lives. Organisations continually face ethical issues. Unethical behaviours can lead to highly visible and expensive consequences. Nevertheless, organisations and their staff at times do behave unethicall... Read >
Author: Simon King

Types of Ethical Issues, illustrated by Lewis Hamilton Formula One featuring Abbey Santander UK

09th March 2010
The way in which organisations conduct their activities can affect people both individually and/or collectively as a society. Organisations constantly have to consider ethical issues in conducting their activities. But what types of ethical issues do they... Read >
Author: Simon King

Common sources of success or failure of start-up firms

26th February 2010
Introduction The vision of starting an enterprise is held by a lot of people; nevertheless, not many of them make it to have start-up, more so fewer start "promising" firms (Bhide, 2000). What is dissimilar in relation to those who begin promising compan... Read >
Author: carolyn2010

Easy Ways To Stop Dog Obsessive And Fixated Behaviors

22nd January 2010
Dogs develop fixations for many reasons, often as a result of a lack of exercise, or maybe he becomes obsessed with chasing a ball because he never gets a walk. One of first steps to helping a dog overcome an obsession is to increase his exercise. Obsessi... Read >
Author: Sam Carter

How to Spot an Overtired Baby

21st December 2009
It may seem obvious, but were you aware that there is an optimum window of opportunity for getting your baby or toddler to sleep? If you do not time this correctly then there is a good chance that your child will not sleep as well or as long. At the start... Read >
Author: Lizzy Osmond

Jehovah’s Witnesses Morality And The Way They Live Their Lives

23rd July 2009
The Christian-based religion that Jehovah’s Witnesses follow is absolutely fascinating. There are so many elements to it that you can literally get lost in all the information if you were not raised within a home following the religion. However, the... Read >
Author: Alex Best

Hidden Persuasion - Using Subliminal Messages In Language

01st October 2008
Chances are that somewhere, at some time, you have encountered someone who has used covert persuasion on you. Although this approach usually applies to advertising it is also used in speech. Do you know that you can embed subliminal messages in your spoke... Read >
Author: Michael McGrath

The importance of secure attachment bonds in childhood

05th June 2008
Attachment may be described as a bond or affectional tie between a child and it's primary caregiver, characterised by a loving and enduring relationship. All theories of infant social and emotional development emphasise the child's relationship to parents... Read >
Author: Dr Bobby Sura

Sensory Activities for Autistic Children

25th April 2007
We learn through our senses. Our basic survival also based on our senses. We would immediately remove our hand when it accidentally touch something hot. Unconsciously, we learn and survive through our senses. But children with autism commonly have problem... Read >
Author: jasman arifin
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