May, 2008

The Best Workout Schedule

What’s the best time to work out? And how should you organize your training? Weights first, then cardio? Or vice versa? Read almost any fitness blog or magazine, and you’ll find a different opinion.

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Marketing Lessons From Politics

It is presidential campaign season here in the USA. Personally, I find much of the political process annoying (at best). Yet, in the midst of the abysmal pre-election morass (and I mean that in the nicest way!), you and I can learn a lot to grow our businesses.

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How Can I Possibly Be Gaining Weight?

These days, when two incomes barely make ends meet, you may be leading the kind of hectic life where coffee is all you make time to “eat” during the day. Unfair as it is, this black coffee stress diet can lead to weight gain. Fortunately, there are things you can do to prevent “stress bloat.”

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What Does $4 Gas Mean for Your Investments?

According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, there were 135,399,945 passenger cars in the United States as of 2006. The owners of all those vehicles have had less money to spend as the price of gas has soared. What impact does this have on the economy – and on your investments? Let’s do the math and find out.

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