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A Good Leader In Several Ways

16th December 2010
How often have you heard the comment, "He or she is a born leader?" There are certain characteristics found in some people that seem to naturally put them in a position where they're looked up to as a leader. Whether in fact a person is born a leader or d... Read >
Author: Boyce Gomez

Exactly Why Ex Teachers Can Simply Land A Career

17th November 2010
Exactly Why Ex Teachers Can Easily Get A JobIn spite of the economy and also the present slender chance of landing a career, ex teachers do not need to be concerned due to high possibility they will land one. In reality, school teachers are actually prefe... Read >
Author: Daryl Dodson

Barbara Lesser - Women's Casual Clothing

20th October 2010
It can be difficult to find women's casual clothing that is classy, well made and eco-friendly. However, fashion designer Barbara Lesser has managed to do just that. She designs an extensive collection of women's casual clothing including denim, tops, jac... Read >
Author: Kwhabaz

Derbyshire and Staffordshire lime mortar repairs by RWM Conservation.

15th October 2010
Derbyshire and Staffordshire lime mortar repairs by RWM Conservation.RWM brickwork conservation specialise in the repair and conservation of all types of historic brickwork, lime mortar repointing, traditional brickwork repairs and brick replacement.In so... Read >
Author: Darren Mcneil

If your a Small business then why should you use MYOB or QuickBooks software?

12th October 2010
If your a Small business then why should you use MYOB or QuickBooks software?Managing a small business is a very difficult task. For doing the same one needs time, finance, knowledge and of course the dedication to carry out the task in due time. Many ent... Read >
Author: Kraham Carlson

Adopting Abused Dogs: Building Trust

06th October 2010
Of the people who adopt from shelters, only a few will adopt a dog they know has experienced abuse. The fact is, a large number of the dogs found in shelters have been rescued from an abusive situation of one type or another, but the effects of that abuse... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

Eyelid Drooping and Alternatives to Eyelid Surgery

05th October 2010
As we age, our skin loses elasticity and loose skin develops in many areas of the body. One of the most noticeable areas is the eyes. When upper eyelid skin begins to droop, the result is often an older, tired look, which causes many people to seek out an... Read >
Author: Donna J. Smith

Measuring Call Center Agent Productivity

15th September 2010
Call center agents provide customer support services and are the core assets of call center firm. They directly interact with your customers and offer good relationship to them. A call center agent must resolve all customer queries. They must know more in... Read >
Author: Call Center Philippines

The Advantages Of Event Management Sydney For A Company

10th September 2010
As a company, there are many focuses that must be addressed by businesses and business management personnel. For any company, one of these focuses relates to a businessís ability to produce company events that often occur outside of the business environme... Read >
Author: Leanne Constantino

Dogs and Laser Pointers: A Big No-No!

10th August 2010
While, it can be amusing to watch your dog chase the dot of the laser pointer, it really isn't a good idea. It appears that the dog is having great fun as he pursues the impossible to catch dot. Perhaps he is at first. But throughout the years I have seen... Read >
Author: Marc Goldberg

How to BEAT ADULT DYSLEXIA

06th August 2010
BEAT ADULT DYSLEXIA Tools for the dyslexic: learning to navigate through a non-dyslexic world when you view the world completely differently. Dyslexia can be one of the most frustrating things to deal with in adulthood. As a biology major in colle... Read >
Author: AMDCarter

Ten Top Reasons why Teaching is an Art

08th July 2010
Teaching is one profession that demands a mixture of creative skill, technical savvy and the ability to use these qualities in developing the minds of students, it can be genuinely called an art. 1. The term "teaching job" is not quite accurate in desc... Read >
Author: PreciseAuthoring

Accuracy: Tips on Being a Better Archer

05th July 2010
If you intend to be a professional archer or if you just want to make archery your sport or hobby, you need to achieve a high level of accuracy and maintain it. Learning the skill of accuracy applied in archery can be a long and slow process, but if you h... Read >
Author: Valerie Parson

Setting the Tone of a Retirement Speech

05th July 2010
Writing a retirement speech is all about honoring a colleague. It is about showing respect for their loyalty, their hard work and their dedication to quality. However, few retirement speeches share the same tone. Some are serious, some are tongue-in-cheek... Read >
Author: Bruce Pomeroy

Strategies For Overcoming Opposition To Organizational Change

25th June 2010
It is human nature to reject what we picture as different. Change demands that we work to learn a new set of principles, when the old rules may have suited us just fine. In reality, neither our individual nor professional lives will forever be aligned wit... Read >
Author: Alfred Dennis
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