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Productivity

Recent posts related to

Productivity

Entrepreneur, Teacher, AND World Series MVP

By Early To Rise | 05/8/2009

In 1978, New York Yankee shortstop Bucky Dent hit one of the most famous homeruns in baseball history, destroying the dreams of the Boston Red Sox and their chances of going to the World Series. As a huge fan, I remember the exact moment Bucky’s bat connected with Mike Torrez’s pitch. Little did I know that I’d be able to meet him 30 years later, after enrolling my son in the Bucky Dent Baseball School in Delray Beach, Florida. Recently, I had the chance to chat one-on-one with my childhood idol and pick his brain.

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Fact and Fiction Online

By Robert Ringer | 05/8/2009

As you can see from the examples above – all of them posted on various websites – although the Internet has become the most popular source of information these days, it’s full of wrong information. Sometimes it’s an innocent retelling of myth. In other cases, the people behind it are out to spread malicious lies to further their agendas.

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Pharma Fouls Up Again!

By Kelley Herring | 05/8/2009

Omega-3 fats are some of Mother Nature’s most potent medicines. They reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, as well as ease inflammation, asthma, and pain. As positive research results on these healthy fats continue to mount, fish oil manufacturers and salmon purveyors have benefited from what has turned into a healthy trend. Now pharmaceutical companies are trying to get a slice of the omega pie.

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Taking Risks Is All Part of the Game

By John Carlton | 05/7/2009

In business, the best opportunities don’t usually announce themselves ahead of time. There is no warning. And there is precious little time to consider your choices.

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Taking Advantage of Skyrocketing Demand for Agricultural Products

By Ted Peroulakis | 05/7/2009

Agricultural products, including corn, wheat, and soybeans, are absolute necessities for human existence. And with the world’s population quickly increasing, demand for these commodities will skyrocket… and push prices much higher.

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Relaxed Mind – Relaxed Body

By Matt Furey | 05/6/2009

It is imperative that you learn to relax, physically and mentally. Why is this? Because a mind that is filled with stress cannot easily transfer a positive mental picture to your subconscious.

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Networking the Wrong Way

By Jason Holland | 05/6/2009

Networking is a great way to establish personal connections with people in your industry, whether you’re interested in joint ventures, finding a business partner, seeking funding, or looking for a new job.

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Why Your Favorite Guru Won’t Take Your Call

By Bob Bly | 05/6/2009

My readers often complain to me that the gurus they follow are aloof and inaccessible. You can’t reach them by phone… and either you get no reply to your e-mail or you get a reply from an auto-responder.

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A Formula for Dealing With Tenant Upgrade Requests

By Julie Broad | 05/6/2009

My husband and I recently turned down a tenant’s request for blinds in the living room of one unit of a triplex. (They were unhappy with the “dirty curtains” on the window.) At the same time, we agreed to put a new toilet in another unit.

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Have You Sharpened Your Axe Lately?

By Suzanne Richardson | 05/5/2009

“I just can’t make the time management seminar tomorrow,” Amy announced to the editorial team during a recent meeting. “I’m so busy, it’s going to kill my productivity this week!”

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What You Should Know About Hormone Replacement Therapy

By Dr. Ray Sahelian | 05/5/2009

One of the most controversial subjects in the medical world today is hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for women going through menopause. Many doctors bitterly oppose synthetic HRT in favor of bio-identical hormones. Others note that bio-identical hormone use hasn’t been around long enough to know if it’s safe.

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Are Social Media’s King and Queen Worth Your Advertising Dollars?

By Edwin Huertas | 05/5/2009

With 200 million and 125 million users respectively, Facebook and MySpace have got marketers everywhere frothing at the mouth. “Look at all those potential customers!” they say. “How can we harness the overwhelming popularity of these sites to our benefit?”

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