by Frank Michael - 2006-12-04
It's human nature to assume we're pretty good at what we do. Accordingly, many people sit down at a blackjack table and assume their losses are due to bad luck, rather than their own bad play. Double ...
by Ginger Marks - 2006-12-05
In today's online environment we all have our share of marketing nightmares we could relate. One that immediately pops into my mind is the store that uses pushy sales tactics. I don't know about you b...
by Kathy Ostman-Magnusen - 2006-12-11
A poem about regret and sadness.Sometimes we look back and realize we did not know someone at all, or is it that we did not know our own selves? Every experience or friendship we have had, has a less...
by Sacha Tarkovsky - 2006-12-17
Is there such as thing as a perfect parent? Perhaps not, and in any case, if there was, it could reasonably be assumed that this perfect parent made all the mistakes we all make, and learned the best ...
by Joe Schmieder - 2006-12-19
My parents created a home game room for our family to have fun but sometimes arguments arose and growing up I saw just about every argument that can happen in a home game room. . To minimize the arg...
by Jay Hamilton-Roth - 2006-12-21
Here are my rules for corresponding with clients (these rules work for either email or postal letters). If I choose to read a letter (from a company) I've made a decision how to spend my time. If I fi...
by Pat Brill - 2007-01-17
1. Stay At A Resort With a Kid's Program.Whether you are planning a ski vacation or fun on an island in the Caribbean, make your life simpler by booking rooms at a resort with a day program for ki...
by Audrey Frederick - 2007-01-17
Why train your dog? The answer to that is simple, without training you and your precious bundle of fluff will soon be just existing or parting company.Rules were made for dogs to follow. If you start...
by Bob Selden - 2007-01-18
John was a former boss of mine. Before I started working for him, I had heard from others that he had a very good reputation and so I was really looking forward to working with him. The office was...
by Dr. Jacques Dallaire - 2007-01-19
Rule #4 States: Your Dominant Thought Determines Your Emotions, the Behaviors that Result from Those Emotions and Ultimately, Your Performance...Because human beings think in pictures and the pict...