by James Liu - 2007-01-17
Sometimes it is difficult to tell whether the qualifications are real, as some are made up and if you know nothing about Martial Arts you are not going to know which qualifications the schools sho...
by Kenn Schroder - 2007-01-26
Marketing your practice on search engines is attractive to a lot of coaches. The traffic can be used to grow your subscriber list, sell products and get more clients. It can be a great way to grow...
by Eva Gregory - 2007-01-27
1. Create a workspace. Are there file folders in your kitchen? How about your car? While it's true that people work from home in part to have the complete freedom to do what they want, it's equall...
by Tony M. Isaacs - 2007-01-31
Many health experts, including oncologists, believe that cancer and other diseases are actually as much immune disorders as diseases. After all, our bodies were designed by nature to have an...
by Kev Woodward - 2007-02-17
Ego involvement is a Freudian term having to do with what is generally known as pride. We are ego-involved when we use a three iron when we should be using a two or even a wood. One of the secrets...
by Dawn Arkin - 2007-03-12
A disturbing trend is emerging as more moms are making the decision to stay home and raise their children. Some of these moms are falling prey to work-from-home scams.Stay-at-home-moms are particularl...
by Fadi El-Eter - 2007-03-20
chargeback, for the uninitiated, is a simple procedure by which someone calls his/her bank and requires a credit card transaction to be refunded. The bank is usually very flexible and refunds the tran...
by Dr. Sander Marcus - 2007-04-12
The 10 Commandments for Avoiding a Public Relations Disaster:Ever wonder why so many people have gotten into trouble because of what they have said or written that has become public on TV, radio, ...
by Steve Cook - 2007-04-14
In corporate marketing, market saturation and consumer desensitization are pitfalls that frequently detract from a successful advertising campaign. To deal with this, savvy advertisers and markete...
by Karen M. Pina - 2007-04-19
Mistake #1 Lofty Speaker Expectations Your speaker may be very popular and have a glowing one-sheet with stellar qualifications, but s/he may not be right for your audience. Conduct thorough resea...