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How to use Kino to create a strong attraction with a woman.

27th January 2009
While engaging with women, it is important that you know how to be subtle and you can use it to separate you from the pack and elevates your mysterious intimacy quotient in the eyes and bodies of the women that you meet. But to accomplish this feat, you n... Read >
Author: T.C.

Explaining The Grow Model.

17th December 2008
There are three core values of coaching.You will often hear these repeated and referred to, both explicitly and implicitly,Coaching is non-critical. Coaching is non-judgmental. Coaching is confidential.Taking this one stage further, these core values also... Read >
Author: Ronnie Slade

The GROW Model: Part 1 Exploring Your Goals Or Issues

17th December 2008
In my last post entitled: Explaining the GROW model, I explained that GROW is an acronym for: G = Goal R = Reality O = Options W = Will or Way forward. In this article you have the opportunity to "coach" yourself. This is a unique opportunity for you to i... Read >
Author: Ronnie Slade

3 Myths about Starting a Motivational Speaking Career and Business

02nd October 2008
Like in any industry, myths tend to precede real knowledge and it's time to debunk some of those false ways of thinking and false bits of information. Myths hurt any motivational speaking career because they often present themselves as barriers for a grow... Read >
Author: James Malinchak

Effective Speech Writing and Delivery

09th July 2008
For one's speech to be effective, one should ensure to answer the following questions:What? - The overview of the speech Why? - Why is the speech/subject important? How? - The format of speech to be used Who? - The speaker and the audience...The Four Ps f... Read >
Author: Jennie

Amazon: a Case Analysis

08th May 2008
An understanding of the environment surrounding a firm is an essential element of the development of corporate strategy, because environment is the critical factor which either facilitates or thwarts the march of a firm by giving opportunities or posing t... Read >
Author: Robert II Smith

Business Management Skills – the FAST Principle

03rd April 2008
It isn't unfair to say that business management skills pretty much apply across the corporate spectrum. Therefore, if a strategy works for a big company, likely as not it will also work for a small business. There are 12 key business management skills ... Read >
Author: Robert Heller

AARP Credit Card - The Perfect Card For Retirement

11th May 2007
When I first saw the name Aarp (exactly in this format) I thought it was a typing error, I've since learnt that it is an acronym for the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). I guess because I am not retired the name was unfamiliar to me but sin... Read >
Author: Anthony Samuel

The ECA Stack Guide

04th July 2006
The ECA stack is a popular drug combination, which is used as an energy booster and for weight loss. ECA is an acronym for ephedrine, caffeine and aspirin. Ephedrine is the main ingredient in the stack for both fat burning and energy enhancing. Althou... Read >
Author: Mansi Gupta

Discussing Your Teamwork Experience in a Job Interview

12th February 2006
Here's an overview of my TODAY acronym as a way to prepare for job interviews. T Teamwork O Overcoming Obstacles D Duties of your past position A Achievements Y Your Strengths and Weaknesses This week I'll start with Teamwork. This do... Read >
Author: Melanie Szlucha

Discussing Your Strengths and Weaknesses With An Employer

12th February 2006
In the last installment of the description of the TODAY Acronym to prepare for job interviews, we'll focus on the last letter—Y which stands for Your Strengths and Weaknesses. The previous letters were: T-Teamwork; O-Overcoming Obstacles; D-Duties o... Read >
Author: Melanie Szlucha

How The Jeep Got It's Name

17th November 2005
Where did the name come from? Not from the original designer and builder, the Bantam Car Company. It wasn't Willys, the famous manufacturer of the Willys MB, either. Ford didn't pick the name when it was making the GPW, and the U.S. Military never designa... Read >
Author: Al Carl
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