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Success In Online Business - 3 Things To Avoid If You Want To Succeed

21st February 2012
Success in online business is a result of several contributing factors. In the article I wrote entitled "Make Money Online: The Power To Make Money Online Is In You", I emphasized the importance of hard work in any business. It's the driving force behind ... Read >
Author: Charles Kiyimba

Why and How to Improve Teacher Morale in a School

19th November 2010
Teacher morale is a major issue in private and public schools. Low morale decreases engagement with colleagues and students, diminishes productivity, reduces student learning and breeds cynicism. On the other hand, when morale is high and the faculty cult... Read >
Author: Daniel Hollinger

Pending cases in the Indian courts

16th September 2009
The number of pending cases in the Indian courts has crosses the 30 million mark. With continuous adjournments and delayed decisions, justice in the country has come to a stand still. The situation has become acute to the extent that none other than t... Read >
Author: Iqbal Amrohi

About Relationship-He’s Indifferent to Me…Does He Love Me? /He Doesn’t React

21st July 2009
Indifference has many different faces. Before we talked about attacks of indifference-one of faces. Now we'll talk about situation-he doesn't react. You control-he doesn't react A simple example: you've just read a book that you really liked, so you su... Read >
Author: Vida Curnutt

The Dreaded Disease of Lazy Thinking and How To Easily Overcome This By Writing A Book

21st October 2008
Why do people think this way? Whether you have considered this before or not, you need to be aware of what is blocking both your writing and building a business. My goal with this article is to get in your face and help you grow up at this precise m... Read >
Author: Glenn Dietzel

Are Russian women submissive? Learn the truth

14th October 2008
On almost everything in life, there are existing stereotypes. At times, such stereotypes can mislead us if we follow them blindly, without trying to find out the truth. As an example, we often have prejudices even about foreign culture. Take, for examp... Read >
Author: Lilia

How to understand and deal with jealousy

17th August 2006
Most of us are very familiar with the term jealousy, and had a partner who was or is jealous at one point or another. What is jealousy? It is a green-eyed monster (as written in Othello (3:3) by a Shakespeare); feeling of envy; It is a resentment,... Read >
Author: Tanya Wiseman
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