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A Mission Statement That Gets Right Down to Business

By Charlie Byrne | 04/1/2008

Mixing business and charitable objectives in a company’s mission statement has always seemed a little goofy to me.

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A New-Exurb Real Estate Wealth Plan

By Marc Charles | 04/1/2008

A recent trend in real estate investing is toward smaller homes and apartments in the “new exurbs” – and that’s where your real estate money should be invested.

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Noni for Energy Enhancement

By Dr. Ray Sahelian | 04/1/2008

Whether you need a little pick-me-up to get through the afternoon… or an energy boost to get you through your workout… you might consider drinking noni juice.

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How to Save Your Muscle & Your Metabolism

By Craig Ballantyne | 03/31/2008

It’s a scary statistic. You could lose several pounds of muscle per decade after age 30… and more if you diet. As a result of that muscle loss, your metabolism slows down, your risk of falls and injury increases – and do I even have to mention the dramatic decline…

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How Long Should a Sales Letter Be?

By Mark Morgan Ford | 03/31/2008

Sales letters – how long should they be? In this age of multitasking and the Internet, isn’t it more sensible for marketers to send short ones to prospective customers? That’s the question posed by Connie Prin, an ETR reader in Grand Rapids, MI who is working on completing the AWAI…

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Using Your Emotions the Right Way for Investing

By Charles Delvalle | 03/29/2008

Figuring out when to sell a stock is never easy. And most experts wisely recommend keeping your emotions out of the decision. Of course, every rule has its exceptions. So let’s revise this one.

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6 Steps to Making a Good Impression… Every Time

By Bob Cox | 03/29/2008

Making a good first impression begins with a conscious decision to put your best foot forward. And then, whenever and wherever possible, you must make the effort to live up to that first time.

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Beneficial Bacteria

By Dr. Joe McCaffrey | 03/29/2008

Researchers are just starting to unravel the importance of normal bacteria to our health. Meanwhile we know that things go wrong when antibiotics take out the good with the bad.

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Just How Bad Is the Economy?

By Rick Pendergraft | 03/28/2008

Report after report has come out detailing just how bad the economy is. But February’s Philly Fed Survey really put it into perspective.

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The One-Person HR Department

By Early to Rise | 03/28/2008

So you’ve broken free from the corporate rat race. You’re a freelancer now, working from home. And the checks are already rolling in from your new clients. It’s what you’ve always wanted: financial independence.

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Don’t Can the Beans

By Kelley Herring | 03/28/2008

Beans are a great low-glycemic carbohydrate that helps keep blood sugar in balance and your appetite in check.

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Unlocking the Hidden ” Horsepower ” in Your Copy

By John Forde | 03/28/2008

That’s where the “horsepower” technique comes in handy. It’s familiar in one way, mysterious in another. So the prospective customer can embrace it instantly. But they’re also intrigued to hear more.

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