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Outside the Box: Why Calculated Risks Matter

It’s nearly impossible to achieve the things you’ve been dreaming of without taking risks now and again. Risk taking is best when calculated, though. Weighing the pros and cons of taking the risk and not taking the risk is the first step toward making a smart decision. While you can think things through as much…

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The Art of Custom Printing

Ever wanted to print a vibrant and high quality label that you could use for almost any type of project? That’s the advantage of custom printing. With custom printing, you have the ability to create what you truly desire while receiving a product that will blow you away. A quick turnaround time becomes essential when…

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How Can A Personal Injury Lawyer Help You

If you’ve been injured in an accident, the importance of hiring a personal injury cannot be stressed enough. Cases involving dog bites and car accidents almost always leave someone at fault. The problem is that many people don’t realize that they could be entitled to compensation for their injuries. By working with a personal injury…

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Sales Incentives: What works best

Regardless of the industry, most companies depend on some form of sales people to generate revenue. However, motivating sales people can be a difficult task, especially with increased performance pressure from market competition. Here are three ways that will help you improve your salespeople’s motivation. Types of Sales People According to the Harvard Business Review,…

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Title Loans vs. Payday Loans: Whats the Difference?

Running short on cash usually means that you will need to get some quickly. This may leave you with two choices, especially if you do not have good credit or a friend to lend you the money: a title loan or a payday loan. Here is what you need to know when it comes to…

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Just Finalized Your Divorce? Whats Next?

While a divorce can be an emotionally and financially painful event, finalizing the divorce is just the first step. Once you and your former spouse have divided up the property and determined when each person gets to the see the kids, you now have to figure out how you will live as a single person….

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Holidays on a Budget: Shop Early and Plan

How to Stick to Holiday Shopping on a Budget The holidays are quickly approaching. And unfortunately, they can be expensive if you have a lot of people to shop for. However, being on a budget doesn’t have to mean that you can’t purchase gifts for your loved ones, or only give gifts that are perceived…

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Segmenting the Market: Ways to Improve Fundraising Efforts

One of the basic principles of fundraising is the donor-focused approach. This involves focusing on your donors through using the concept of market segmentation. This will help meet their meets and answer the donor’s question: how will my contribution make a difference? Here are four ways to improve your segmented fundraising campaign. Revise the Value…

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Warning Signs That Show It’s Time to Call a Plumber

Think you can repair every home plumbing problem on your own? Think again. There are a lot of times when you’ll want to call a plumber instead of taking matters into your own hands. If you try to repair a plumbing problem yourself, you could create a larger issue than you started with. Read on…

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Are Swimming Pools a Good Investment?

Perhaps you’re considering installing a swimming pool in your yard at home, or considering the purchase of a home that already includes a swimming pool. If so, it’s natural for you to wonder whether swimming pools are a good investment. They’re expensive, so of course you would want to know how much of your money,…

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