Monthly Archives: November 2012

GPS Your Best Life- Are you a Front Seat or Back Seat Driver?

by Charmaine Hammond and Debra Kasowski Are you a front or back seat driver? You have probably heard phrases like “you are judged by the people you associate with” or “your results I life are a result of the people … Continue reading

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4 Simple Ways You Can Be in Two (or More) Places at Once

By Gail Z. Martin Sure, you’d love to rule the web with a gazillion fans, friends and followers on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.  You know you should be posting more frequently; if not once a day, at … Continue reading

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GPS Your Best life…The What and the Why Make the HOW possible!

by Charmaine Hammond and Debra Kasowski “If you don’t know where you are going, how can you expect to get there?”  This is a quote by Basil S. Walsh. The challenge for many people is knowing where they want to … Continue reading

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My 3 Favorite Do-It-All From One Place Web Sites

By Gail Z. Martin Social media “dashboards” allow you to post and monitor many of your social media sites all from one convenient place.  Even better, you can upload and schedule your tweets and posts so that you can keep … Continue reading

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Adventures in Publishing: Why I Chose to Go Independent

By Sheri Fink, Best-selling, Award-winning Children’s Author One of the biggest decisions today’s aspiring authors make is whether to go the traditional route with a publisher (whether large or small) or to explore the independent publishing path. I chose to … Continue reading

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4 Tips for Managing Your Documents When You’re On the Road

By Gail Z. Martin Cloud computing programs let you access powerful software (usually with a monthly membership) while the programs live on web servers and not on your hard drive, meaning you don’t have to worry about installing, updating and … Continue reading

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Freebie Friday from Debbi Dachinger!

This week’s guest blogger, Deborah Dachinger, is kind enough to share a freebie with us today. Click this gift to receive an MP3 teaching how to make dreams into reality/goals attained. www.deborahdachinger.com/freegift

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7 Great Reasons to Store Your Programs in the “Cloud”

By Gail Z. Martin The term “Cloud computing” sounds intangible, and that’s just the point. “Cloud computing” refers to access to software that is accessible via subscription over the Internet.  Programs that reside in the Cloud are actually housed on … Continue reading

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The 3-2-1 Method. Easy for Accomplishing Your To-Do List

By Debbi Dachinger (Goal Achievement Expert)   3-2-1 Method:  A technique to assist in accomplishing your to-do list. Can be used for getting through a holiday season or building your business and anything in-between that you intend to create.  The … Continue reading

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FREEBIE FRIDAY: How to DOUBLE YOUR BUSINESS in The Next 90 Days!

Our guest blogger this week, Terri Levine, is kind enough to share the attached report:  How to DOUBLE YOUR BUSINESS in The Next 90 Days! Click here to download.

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