Mompreneurs: How Mothers Took Family Issues and Turned Them into Businesses

Most moms are superhuman workhorses that have mastered problem solving, family finances and prioritizing all aspects of life so things flow as smoothly as possible. These entrepreneurial attributes are now helping mothers transform the economy. The Internet has helped make mompreneurship a force to be reckoned with over the last
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Reframe Chaos and Enrich Your Life

Water is as destructive as it is life-giving. It takes different forms based on its environment (think of a river versus a pond) and there are so many possibilities for its movement that replicating it in animation is notoriously difficult. The further you wade into the ocean, the more powerful
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ONE Thing: Gary Builds a Business Part 2

Focused on thinking big, Gary Keller found that the key to building a successful business in real estate is people. He also found that the key to helping Keller Williams people own big businesses is education. Armed with this information, he set out to create a new benchmark in real
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Financial Considerations When Hiring an Administrative Professional

Most, if not all, of the world’s most successful businesses wouldn’t be where they are today if they didn’t have the support of administrative professionals. These men and women have many different titles, but their role within an office is essentially the same. They assist executives, managers, departments and sometimes
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Remembering the Importance of Sacrifice This Memorial Day

There are 10 U.S. federal holidays, all of which have ONE Thing that sets the day apart from the other 364 days of the year. For Memorial Day the ONE Thing that matters most is sacrifice. The last Monday in May of each year we acknowledge those that have made the ultimate
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How to Keep Dilbert Out of Your Office

We’ve all had experiences around the office space that mirror the experiences portrayed in a Dilbert comic strip. Created by Scott Adams while working with telecommunications engineers at a national bank, the strip was first published in 1989, and has since become a loveable satire of the daily lives many
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How to Keep your Eye on Your Goals Through the End of the Year

First pumpkins, then turkeys, then gingerbread houses and twinkly lights all in a row. There are so many things to enjoy about this time of year. And that means an equal number of distractions to draw our attention away from our goals. Even when we try our best to stay
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Five Tasty, Super Foods Your Salad Can’t Live Without

There are a million buzz words surrounding food: probiotic, gluten-free, superfood, paleo. We hear these words often, but likely don’t know what many mean. In truth, there is an ever expanding repertoire of new words, ideas, and phrases surrounding food. One day butter is terrible, the next it may not
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Time Blocking for the People That Matter Most

Are you still riding the chocolate-infused high of Valentine’s Day? Whether or not you fall into the group that thinks it’s a Hallmark holiday, Valentine’s Day does serve an important purpose. It puts focus on the people that matter most in our lives. When we’re busy building a career or
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How To Take Your Goals to the Finish Line Using the 411

If you were born before 1995, you probably remember directory assistance and information services. By dialing 4-1-1 on your phone, you’d have access to a database filled with addresses and telephone numbers that you could use to help you get into contact with anyone you wanted to. Overtime, the number
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