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    • 1.

      Writing Your Bio

      by Mary-Lou Ashton - 2006-12-15
      In the traditional work environment we used resumes and cover letters to introduce ourselves. As a business owner we use a bio as a way of introducing who we are. You are not applying for a job but at...
    • 2.

      Finding Inspiration in Your 2006 Experiences

      by Bruno Baceli - 2006-12-24
      As 2006 comes to a close, it is time to take a moment and reflect on the things you experienced during the year. In this rush, rush life, many people fail to do take this important step.Finding Inspir...
    • 3.

      Looking to Achieve Your Desired Goals - Write Them Down and be Specific

      by Lisa Berman - 2007-01-19
      For many, the ringing in of the New Year means creating a list of the things we will do better, do faster, or do more of - otherwise known as our New Year Resolutions. Our resolutions often add to ou...
    • 4.

      THe Point of the Interview: Thinking Me, But Talking Them

      by Judi Perkins - 2007-02-17
      An interview is about you. Your skills, your impression of the company, your likes and dislikes, your previous experience, what you're looking, you, you, you, you.But let's be honest. Who ...
    • 5.

      Do You Need to Write a Cover Letter for Your Resume?

      by Carla Vaughan - 2007-03-18
      Yes, yes and yes!Cover letters are an introduction to the resume. They start the selling of YOU before the employer even gets to read your actual qualifications on the resume. They build up your crede...
    • 6.

      Making More Of Your Article Marketing Strategy

      by Megan Tough - 2007-03-29
      It's all well and good to write a great article. If you've done that then you are half way there. The next step is getting it published. Having your articles published on line in different places can ...
    • 7.

      Build On It

      by Mary Wozny - 2007-04-16
      You know what to expect from yourself. What if you expected a little bit more? You're comfortable with how much you can accomplish. What if you decided to accomplish a little bit more?Where you are is...
    • 8.

      Your Self Esteem - How Loud Is Your Inner Voice?

      by Raymond Grisby - 2007-04-24
      I have a question for you. I want you to be completely honest with me. If I were to ask you how you feel about yourself, how would you respond? Would you be the person that loves their life and liv...
    • 9.

      A Few Easy Steps To Active Listening

      by Kimbles1 - 2007-07-10
      It is not very often that you come across someone who really listens to you. Most people generally feel like they are not being heard. Listening actively is one of the best gifts you could ever offer ...
    • 10.

      Business Success Tip - Become Your Own Cheerleader!

      by Abgreer - 2007-08-22
      What's your definition of success? The fact is that success means different things to each of us. Do you measure success by how much money you make, your possessions, or social status? Maybe you...