Carnival of Business and Entrepreneurship #2

Sunday, December 9, 2007 at 6:22am by Site Administrator

Greetings! Welcome to the 2nd edition of the Carnival of Business and Entrepreneurship. I request all the carnival participants to consider giving link back to the carnivals that include their posts. Otherwise, the main purpose of hosting the carnivals will be defeated. We have selected 38 carnivals for this edition. Here you go:

Editor’s Picks:

Alvaro Fernandez presents Cognitive Health, Aging and Baby Boomers posted at Brain Fitness Blog. How baby boomers will revolutionize more aspects of Corporate America that we typically think of.

SJ Yee presents FAQs on Marketing answered by the Guru of Marketing Philip Kotler posted at Personal Development for the Book Smart. Kotler argues that too much of today’s marketing is 1P marketing. Companies mainly concentrate on promotion and sales and disregard product, price and place (distribution). This results in ineffective marketing. Do you agree?

Charles H. Green presents The Single Fastest Thing You Can Do to Increase Trust posted at Trust Matters. Get back to people. Fast. Seriously.

Alex M presents Effective online marketing: what works? posted at We talk on making money on the Internet. In this article Alex offers a few techniques of online marketing that work fine now for most websites.

GP presents Have a holly jolly green Christmas posted at Innside Montana-Your Home at the Range. Why does the holiday gift shopping season have to raise your blood pressure ? Short answer: it doesn’t Rethink your strategy this season.

Kenton Newby presents Video Tip of the Week: Automatically Finding Ideas for New Website Content posted at In this video, Kenton goes over one online tool (and a freebie at that). It not only shows you which sites your traffic is coming from and which terms people used in the search engines to find your site, but it also provides you with suggestions for creating new content to bring even more people your way.

Other Posts:

Mert Erkal presents Jumpstart Your Business for FREE! posted at If you are a small business owner, freelancer, or a problogger nominee you should be well prepared for the war. There is fierce competition in the market, and if you can not differentiate yourself and your business you have no chance at all!

Cocoy S. Rambuyon presents Getting Quick & Good Results From PPC or Pay Per Click Advertising-Part 1 posted at COCOY S. RAMBUYON.

Ian Richardson presents Yahoo and Adobe Selling Ads For Adobe PDF Content posted at Make Everything EzyAs123.

Noric Dilanchian presents IP strategy for R&D: people first – Dilanchian Lawyers posted at Lightbulb. Few frameworks for companies or organisations today are credible if they don’t place culture and people near the centre. This post considers this on route to distinguishing how people in research and development have related but quite distinct motivations.

Joshua C. Karlin presents Sharing the Wealth Leads to More Wealth posted at Marketing & Fundraising Ideas.

Mark Riffey presents Reach out. Regularly. Or they’ll forget about you. posted at Business is Personal.

Ron Ruiz presents Earn Money By Standing In Line posted at The Business Ideas-Making Money Blog.

Jim Sansi presents PR What? posted at The Kaizen Business.

Ed Rivis presents AB Split Testing Google. posted at Ed Rivis.

C. Worrall presents Writing a Business Plan – What Does That Really Mean? posted at CFO Yourself. The term “write a business plan” sounds simple, but if you don’t understand what you are writing for, you may just be wasting electronic ink.

Thomas D. Brownsword presents Integrity: I Should Have Known Better posted at Business Action Steps.

James D. Brausch presents Would You Like To Be Free Starting Next Week? posted at

Carol Bentley presents Refer, refer and be referred posted at Carol Bentley.

K T Cat presents A Post-Mortem on a Lean Six Sigma Training Disaster posted at The Scratching Post.

James Wong presents Nov 27, Buying a Vancouver small business posted at Real Estate News.

Shaun Connell presents Five Lifestyle Tips I Wish I Knew When I Started posted at Make Money Online.

Andrew Erickson presents Taking the Long View – Are You In Business? posted at WebSite Werx.

Robert Phillips presents Will Better Packaging Make More Sales? posted at CYBERCA$HOLOGY.

John W. Furst presents Protect Your Virtual Business Assets posted at E-Biz Booster Blog. Do you protect your valuable data that resides inside your computer? Many entrepreneurs – online and offline type of business – do not take appropriate care. You might only loose some 1000′s of dollars, but you can loose all of your business at once. Start getting prepared, now.

Susan presents Monetarizing Your Travel Blog posted at The Innovative Traveler. Monetarize your travel blog.

Dominic Tay presents 7 Secrets on How to be an Effective Entrepreneur for Personal Development posted at Personal Development for Work-At-Home Entrepreneurs. Staying at home as a full-time parent doesn’t mean not earning good fortune at all. The truth is that your home can be your place of glory. How’s that possible?

Martin Russell presents THE Word of Mouth Dentist posted at Word of Mouth Marketing. What can you learn about getting referrals, from a successful dentist in Australia? More than you might think.

[email protected] presents How to Make a Million Dollars With Your Website posted at A day in the life.

Nikole Gipps presents Launch Faster: 12 Tips for Avoiding Web Project Delays posted at Small Business Essentials: News, Tips and Advice.

Fred Black presents Dumbo posted at Fred Black: Internet Business Blog..

Campus Business presents Cheap Office Space and Maybe Even a Home | posted at Campus Business.

Todd presents How To Become a Great Salesperson posted at We The Change. A great article on sales skills.

Susan presents Vocation Vacations posted at The Innovative Traveler.

Matthew Paulson presents Citibank Busted Issuing 3.5 million Credit Cards to People Who Never Even Applied posted at American Consumer News.

American Entrepreneur presents Don?t Tell Anyone How Much Money You Make. posted at American Entrepreneurship.

Nico Tramontana presents Tips For Running A Successful Home Based Business posted at Nico’s Blog- Home Based Business, home business owners, on line, work at home, business opportunity. Tips for running your own home business and earning a great income on the side.

John Crenshaw presents “He Tells Me To Burn Things” posted at Dominate Your Life. How do you distinguish good advice from bad, how do you know when someone is just telling you to “burn things?”

That concludes this edition. Next edition of this carnival will be hosted here on December 15, 2007. Submit your blog articles using our Blog Carnival Submission Form. Before hosting the next edition, we will make an analysis of the links we will receive from this carnival edition.

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Negative Calorie Foods: 15 Foods That Actually Burn More Calories Than They Contain

Friday, December 7, 2007 at 1:36am by Site Administrator

No, we’re not advocating the battle to see how few calories you can consume each day or promoting crash diets in any form or function; however, if you’re a snack-o-holic who can’t stop munching and crunching in between meals, try snacking on one of these negative calorie foods instead of gobbling down a cupcake or big bag of chips. Your body can burn more calories just by chewing and processing the snack than the food contains already. In other words, you’ll be able to keep eating throughout the day without packing on extra pounds.

  1. Celery: A staple on most party veggie trays, celery (without the ranch dressing) is a crispy snack that you can enjoy without worrying about taking in any calories. It is high in sugar and sodium, but still much healthier than pigging out on brownies or salty peanuts.
  2. Oranges: Before you leave for work in the morning, toss an orange into your bag for a mid-morning or late afternoon snack. An orange typically contains only 45 calories, so feel free to eat the whole thing!
  3. Strawberries: Strawberries are a popular negative calorie food because of their natural sweetness and juiciness. Sprinkle a few on your breakfast cereal to give your metabolism an extra jumpstart early in the day.
  4. Tangerines: A smaller, more tart version of the orange, tangerines are another negative calorie food that’s both tasty and portable. Enjoy one or two for a snack throughout the day to stimulate your taste buds without having to dig through the candy drawer.
  5. Grapefruit: As big as it is, grapefruit –without the extra sugar on top– is a surprisingly negative calorie food. One-half of a grapefruit only contains 36 calories but a whopping 78% of your daily value of potassium.
  6. Carrots: Carrots don’t just make your eyes sparkle; they also let you snack guilt-free. Snack on baby carrots instead of chips and salsa while you make dinner, or keep a bag in your office refrigerator when you feel the need to eat due to stress.
  7. Apricots: Indulge in nutrient-rich apricots for a sweet snack with negative calories. Your higher metabolism and thinning waistline will thank you.
  8. Lettuce: There’s a dirty little rumor in the magazine industry that the girls at Vogue keep lettuce in their desks to snack on when the hunger pains strike, but they can’t afford to compromise their stick thin figures. We’re guessing you’re not about to go through the day dizzy with starvation, but you can make yourself a hearty salad with lots of lettuce (and other negative calorie veggies!) once you get home. Don’t forget to take it easy on the dressing.
  9. Tomatoes: Chop up a tomato to give your sandwich, salad or egg whites omelet extra flavor without adding any calories.
  10. Cucumbers: Your salad can’t survive on lettuce alone. Cucumbers are another negative calorie food that are great for crunching on when your mouth is getting bored. Check here for tips on growing your own cucumbers.
  11. Watermelon: A traditional summertime treat, enjoying a watermelon is almost fun and delicious as eating candy because of its super sweet, super juicy nature. Plus, you’ll burn off all the calories crunching, digesting, and of course, spitting out the seeds.
  12. Cauliflower: Another party platter vegetable, raw cauliflower is naturally low in fat and of course, calories, so don’t be shy about piling up your cocktail napkin.
  13. Apples: An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but when eaten as a snack instead of candy bars or chips, apples will also keep the calories at bay. With only 81 calories per apple, your body also works a lot harder and longer to digest the fruit many other snack options.
  14. Hot Chili Peppers: Excess seasonings and dressings pile on lots of fat and calories to otherwise healthy meals. To avoid gaining weight simply because you’re a condiments junkie, experiment with more natural seasonings like hot chili peppers, which is a negative calorie food.
  15. Zucchini: Zucchini is a versatile, negative calorie food that can be baked, steamed, fried (not recommended), or prepared in many other ways. With just 15 calories per 100g, make zucchini your new diet staple.

Implementing negative calorie foods into your daily diet doesn’t just help you lose weight by cutting calories; it also speeds up your metabolism and introduces healthier items like fruits and vegetables into your regular food choices and favorite recipes. So no matter how you look at it, you’ll come out ahead.

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The Time Wasting Toolbox: 80+ Ways to Have Fun Avoiding Work in the Office

Tuesday, December 4, 2007 at 2:21am by Site Administrator

Let’s face it: do any of us really put in 8 solid hours of work each day? We didn’t think so. More often than not, we’re blankly staring at the computer screen, getting up for breaks, and shuffling around papers trying to look busy. But if your boss is starting to wonder why you take 12 trips to the bathroom before lunch, chances are you need some more tricks up your sleeve for procrastinating. This list of 80+ ways to actually have fun at the office will keep your mind off the clock.


These online games will keep you occupied during the countdown until 5 p.m.

  1. Wicked Good Games: Find free online games that work with any browser on this website.
  2. Cyrkam Airtos Game: This game features bored office mates who try to toss crumpled up papers into the wastebasket.
  3. FetchFido’s Free Online Games: Play free games like Anti Pacman, Hoops Mania and Crazy Mammoth on this site.
  4. Paintball the Office: Relieve stress by shooting your paintball gun at irritating smiley faces that roll around an office setting.
  5. Miniclip Games: Miniclip has hundreds of games. Keep track of your favorites by maintaining a "My Games" list, or search categories like Motorsports, Retro, 3D, or 5 Minute "in a hurry" games.
  6. Office Hours Games: This British site caters to the procrastinating professional. Play card and casino games, sports games, puzzles and word games, or check out funny cartoons and slideshows.
  7. Playing these games requires an email account, but taking the time to create a free account is definitely worth it. Your boss won’t be able to pull you away from addictive games like Jewel Quest or Blast Billiards.
  8. Play free online Flash games on this website. Categories include adventure, arcade, sports and more.
  9. NBC Primetime Games: Play games centered around all your favorite NBC primetime shows like The Biggest Loser, Bionic Woman, Las Vegas, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Law and Order.
  10. Whoop Ass: Office Edition: Ambush your co-workers as they head to the water cooler by opening up a can of whoop ass and taking them out.
  11. Online Casinos: Try your hand at poker and get gambling tips from the online casino.
  12. Office Space: The Game: "Yeahhh, I’m gonna need you to come in Saturday…" Escape Lumbergh and the rest of the office brown nosers by deftly maneuvering around each cubicle.

Quizzes and Trivia

Ever wanted to know which Simpsons character you are? Need to find out what your body’s ideal diet is? If you’ve got some time to kill at the office, take these ridiculous quizzes to make time go by a little faster.

  1. Brainfall: Brainfall has all kinds of quizzes in categories like TV shows, movies, and more. Find out which beer best fits your personality, or discover which famous artist you’re most like.
  2. Are you still in love with your ex? The Simpsons vs. Family Guy? Find out by taking the quizzes at
  3. Go To Quiz: Take one of the popular quizzes like "What mental disorder do you have?" or make up your own quiz to post on your MySpace page or blog.
  4. Tickle Personality Tests: Tickle has hundreds of tests and quizzes in categories like career, relationship, mind and body, and lifestyle. Find out if your current job is worth fighting for, or if your dream job is just around the corner.
  5. World’s Smallest Political Quiz: If you’re tired of trying to figure out where you stand on the issues and can’t decide who to vote for, take this quick and easy political quiz which can help you "determine your political identity."
  6. Quick Trivia: Test your knowledge of pop culture, science, history and more with the trivia questions on this website.
  7. Play games and answer trivia quizzes on the "world’s largest largest trivia and quiz site."
  8. TV Trivia: Guess the TV theme song or answer questions about your favorite characters from Roseanne, Little House on the Prairie, ALF, or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  9. Big Bucks Trivia: Take the online trivia quizzes on this site, and you could win big cash prizes.
  10. Online Jeopardy: Play the online Jeopardy game, and brag to your co-workers about how much virtual money you win.
  11. The Green Office: Let the Office Footprint Calculator tell you how green (or not) your office culture is by considering location, transportation, machinery and more.
  12. QuizPox: These "fun and entertaining personality tests" run from the ridiculous — "What is your prison name?" — to the completely absurd — "What panties fit your personality?"


Earn a little extra cash without giving up anymore of your precious time. Take these paid surveys from your office computer, and watch your bank account bulge.

  1. Survey Club: Register for a free account, and then select the surveys that are most interesting to you. Take one whenever you have a free minute or two at the office.
  2. This site claims that survey takers can make from $10 – $150 per hour by "taking fun, exciting paid surveys."
  3. Free Paid Surveys: This online survey guide connects you to paid survey sites and gives tips on improving your survey-taking skills.
  4. Maximum Paid Surveys: This site allows you to take paid online surveys, try out new products, and participate in focus groups.

Online Shopping

Get all of your shopping done while you’re still at the office. These sites are great for finding new presents for yourself or gifts for others. If your supervisors catch you slacking off, just tell them you’re shopping for boss appreciation gifts!

  1. is the premier online shopping network. Find great deals on books and music, toys, clothes, auto parts, and even grocery items.
  2. eBay: Logging on to your eBay account from work means that you can keep track of your bids all day long. Search for rare collectibles and sold out concert tickets, or get discounts on DVDs and new electronics.
  3. Love 2 Buy: This site is "an online shopping mall" where you can search for clothes, household items, electronics and gifts. Never pay more than $8.95 for shipping and handling, no matter how much you order.
  4. Bluefly: Buying Prada and Gucci bags from the store might be more exciting, but shopping online at Bluefly will get you the sweet deals. Search the new arrivals section for the latest in men’s and women’s fashions, or go straight to the clearance bin for the best discounts.
  5. AOL Shopping: If you’re not sure what to shop for but know you’d rather be shopping than working, check out AOL’s shopping pages to find featured items in computers and electronics, clothing, DVDs and more.
  6. Find everything from kitchenware to auto auctions at Use the gift finder if you need help shopping for birthdays or holidays, or check out the clearance pages for special discounts.
  7. Coupon Chief: Find free coupons to popular stores like BestBuy, the Gap and Target.
  8. Planet Online: Planet Online boasts "3 click shopping" for buyers who need to do their shopping on the sly. Search the many different categories for the perfect item, compare prices, and then buy it at the online checkout before your boss can see what you’re doing.


Check out this list of websites that are all designed for procrastinators like you.

  1. Super Viva: SuperViva Life Lists is the best way to waste your time at work (according to Marie Claire, Jan 2007) – a fun way to dream about everything you want to do in life and plan it on a life list.
  2. This slackers’ paradise is full of games, office humor, entertainment and sports news, and tons of other links that will keep you away from work.
  3. The Office: NBC’s popular TV show, The Office, also has a great website for jaded professionals. Play games, watch webisodes and submit funny photos from your office.
  4. is a procrastinator’s Mecca. Access games, surveys, videos, cartoons and other silly stuff that will cheer you up.
  5. This website is all "about time wasting." Download ringtones, play around with the surrealist compliment generator, play games, and figure out your birthdate in Pi.
  6. This bizarre website is the ultimate mindless time waster. Clicking different parts of the screen will take you to more outrageous pages, leaving you to wonder, "Does it ever end?"
  7. The Onion: Indulge your sarcastic side with "America’s Finest News Source," The Onion. This popular spoof of The New York Times publishes hilarious stories, opinion pieces and personal ads.
  8. Modern Humorist: Witty articles like "Mp3s=Communism" and "MonkeyHotOrNot" will boost your mood at the office. If you’re feeling extra bold, send "grating e-cards that convey what you’re too cowardly to say" in person.
  9. 80s Nostalgia: If you lived through the 80s without too much scarring, you’ve got a lot to be proud of. Check out this website for classic 80 TV, memories and even a dictionary.
  10. Lyrics Download: Find out what that song on the office-approved radio station is really talking about. Find over 625,000 lyrics on this site.
  11. Discover what celebrities are doing and wearing with the news, gossip and photos on
  12. National Lampoon: This site is full of hilarious time wasters. Read outrageous college stories, watch Toga TV, play National Lampoon games, listen to National Lampoon radio, and much more.
  13. Lunchtimers: This site is so addictive you won’t be able to wait until your lunch break to play the multi-user games.
  14. Sudoku: Sudoku lovers will get lost in this site of games, challenges, forums and more.
  15. Google Fight: Make up an online fight pitting Facebook against Google, the holidays against school, or any other combination you think up.
  16. Websites to Waste Time To: Click on the links on this monster list of even more websites that are great time wasters.

More Internet Time Wasters

This miscellaneous group of time wasters will make you look busy while you have fun procrastinating.

  1. Clockwatching Heaven: Find out what time it is in top cities around the world. This website suggests throwing a silent party when "your fellow workers reach 5 PM in Paris or Sydney."
  2. All recipes: Start planning what you’re going to make for dinner while you’re still at the office. By the time you get home, you’ll probably be too tired and hungry to think about anything other than frozen pizza, so this fun diversion is also a practical one!
  3. YouTube: Even if you have to turn the sound down on the more outrageous videos, you and your co-workers will get a good laugh out of the crazy videos sent in from all over the world.
  4. Send ecards to your friends: Picking out a silly e-card from sites like 1001 Postcards will keep your mind off of your dull day.
  5. Keep up with a social network: It’s possible to spend hours clicking through profiles on social networking sites like Facebook or LinkedIn. Update your profile, search for new friends, or have fun scoping out random members in other countries.
  6. Just because you’re having a bad day today doesn’t mean the rest of the week is going to be terrible…or does it? Take a peek into the future by reading your horoscopes on
  7. Read or maintain a blog: Blogging is a great way to waste time at the office. Let your readers know what’s going on in your day, or subscribe to RSS feeds from your favorite bloggers on the Web. Just don’t get too specific on your site, though, or your boss might not be unhappy with your posts.
  8. Organize a personal photo album: Sites like Shutterfly let users set up and custom design their own photo albums online to be shared with family and friends. Get your mind off work and focus on the good times you’ve had.
  9. Read a magazine: Don’t you wish you could kick your feet up and flip through a magazine while you’re at work? Unless you’re catching up on industry news, flipping through tabloids probably isn’t allowed. Many magazines, however, publish features and extras online so that you can take a break whenever you want.
  10. Book a flight: Plan a vacation somewhere far, far away from your office even while you’re chained to your desk. Use an online travel service to book a flight or cruise, letting you take that vacation you so desperately need.
  11. Online Magnet Poetry: Choose from poetry kits like Shakespeare, pickup lines, college, or artist to create magnetic poetry that no one but you has to see.
  12. Human for Sale: If someone were to put you up for sale, how much people anyone pay? Calculate your worth by evaluating your sense of humor, athletic ability, income level and more.
  13. The Dialectizer: Type in a phrase in The Dialectizer’s text box, and see how it would be translated into jive, cockney, redneck and other funny dialects.
  14. Watch TV: No, we don’t mean set up an entire entertainment system in your office. But when your boss is out of the office, check out these online TV channels, and watch the day fly by.

Fun Around the Office

Grab your co-workers and indulge in a little fun that’s not listed in your job description.

  1. Play on the playground: These toys from Office Playground, Inc. offer up tons of silly fun that’s still office appropriate — sort of. Toss around a Nerf football or use the slingshot flying chicken to play tricks on the office gossip.
  2. Put up posters: These irreverent posters are just the thing you need on your walls to spice up office life. Tongue-in-cheek messages like "Using the toilet facilities more than twice a day is forbidden. Further use has to be previously approved by the management" will have your office mates rolling with laughter.
  3. Feng Shui your office: If your boss asks you why you’re moving around your office furniture, don’t tell him or her it’s because you’re trying to waste time. It’s just feng shui.
  4. Take a cigarette break: Even if you don’t smoke, take a short break whenever you can to go outside and "smoke." You can meet up with friends in other offices, take a walk around the block, or just enjoy the peace and quiet.
  5. Plan a party: Whether it’s an office party, a weekend blowout or just drinks after work, subtlety plan a party with your office friends to get your mind off work.


If you’ve played all the games, taken all the surveys and quizzes, and visited all the time waster websites, but you still have a few minutes left until you can pack up and go home, try out these methods for making time go faster.

  1. Cute Overload: This weirdly popular site features photos and videos of adorable animals, like "disapproving rabbits," otters, puppies and kittens.
  2. Jackson Pollock Art: Move your mouse around the blank page to create your version of a Jackson Pollock masterpiece.
  3. Perez Hilton: Find out what this catty celebrity gossip maven has to say about the stars today.
  4. Makeover-o-Matic: Give yourself a virtual makeover at work! Experiment with different hair cuts and colors, beauty tricks, and accessories.
  5. The Official Time Waster’s Guide: This site links readers to blogs, movie reviews, video games, web comics and more. Discuss each post with other time wasters on the site’s hosted forums.
  6. Google yourself: Want to see how your ranked against all the other Joe Schmoes? If you’re not the number one entry under your name, try adding in keywords to increase your chances of getting to the top.
  7. Online Dating: Create an online dating profile and flirt with potential mates from the safety of your office chair.
  8. Instant message your friends: Find out what your friends are doing at their jobs by connecting online with instant message services like AIM. Plan a movie night, complain about work (just don’t let your boss see!) or count down the minutes until 5p.m. together.
  9. Mental floss: This site is "where knowledge junkies get their fix." Catch up on news, trivia, history and general fun facts at Mental Floss.
  10. Funny Business blog: The Funny Business blog features "everything about business except the bottom line." Read office-related stories and articles about employee benefits, office ethics, business trips and more.
  11. Salary Calculator: Is your salary comparable to the market value? Find out what you could be making with the salary calculators on
  12. The Job Bored: Check out this website devoted to office politics, news and "getting through the day." View pictures of the saddest cubicle in the world, watch funny YouTube videos, and get advice on tricky office politics.

Carnival of Business and Entrepreneurship #1

Monday, December 3, 2007 at 7:26am by Site Administrator

Greetings! Welcome to the first edition of the Carnival of Business and Entrepreneurship. Although this is the inaugural audition, we got a huge response to our submission call. We had received 80 posts for this one. Based on quality and relevance to the topic, we have selected 73 posts to be featured on this carnival. I request all carnival participants to promote this carnival on their blogs. This is necessary to make this carnival popular on the blogosphere. Without further ado, here are the posts in the order they were received.

David B. Bohl presents A Messy Desk is the Sign of a Messy Desk | Slow Down Fast Today! ~ David B. Bohl posted at Slow Down Fast Today!. David says, “I was amused recently to see that one of the major office supply stores now carries not only filing supplies but also, believe it or not, “piling” supplies. These consist mainly of plastic envelopes and folders where you can put everything regarding one project together and leave them on your desk.”

Andrew Erickson presents 7 Ways to Screw Up Your Sales This Holiday Season posted at WebSite Werx.

Carol Bentley presents Lets be frank about stamps posted at Carol Bentley.

Woody Maxim presents Get rid of outsourced data entry workers, use macros instead posted at Woody Maxim.

Stephen Dean presents Copywriting Technique: Blow It Up… posted at Stephen Dean’s Copywriting And Internet Advertising Blog – Copywriter.

Charles H. Green presents Tony Blair and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis–It’s the Basics posted at Trust Matters. We tend to forget that success is about hitting singles, not homers; about the basics, not about fancy tricks.

Ralph Jean-Paul presents Develop Mental Toughness posted at Potential 2 Success. MVPs, CEOs, extraordinary leaders, and successful people of all kinds have it and so should you. Develop, strengthen and master your ability to perform under pressure, bounce back from failure, and excel in life.”

Emmanuel presents Why are you in business? posted at Emmanuel Oluwatosin: Inspiring Excellence, Realising Ambitions.

James D. Brausch presents Some Competition From The Ranks posted at

Rebecca Suzanne Dean presents Gary Halbert Recommends posted at Rebecca Dean.

Charles Eglinton presents eBay Photos Simple Studio posted at – eBay Bidding Tips & Selling Tips.

Ian Richardson presents What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)? posted at Make Everything EzyAs123.

Joshua C. Karlin presents Missed Marketing Opportunities – Israel?s El Al & Your Business posted at Marketing & Fundraising Ideas.

Jim Sansi presents When To Kaizen posted at The Kaizen Business.

Warren Wong presents How To Win Someone’s Heart posted at Personal Development. Do you want to win someone’s heart and gain their trust and loyalty? Here are some tips on how to go about doing it.

Sutocu presents 7 Steps to Profitable Website Planning posted at Your Website Profit. A website is really an online business and should be planned out from the beginning as any other business.

Kenton Newby presents The Biggest Mistakes People Make When Starting Their Online Business posted at

Kingsley Tagbo presents How To Find IT Jobs posted at HOW TO LEARN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FAST OR GET A JOB EASILY.

Fred Black presents Milk the Cash Cow! posted at Fred Black: Internet Business Blog..

Mitch McDonald presents Free Reprint Articles: The Secret to Increased Site Revenue posted at FYI

Mark Riffey presents The Customer Vanishing Act: Where’d Your Customers Go, and Why? posted at Business is Personal.

Terry Dean presents 80/20 Rule In Time Management posted at Internet Business Coaching by Terry Dean. presents The 2 Simple Ways to Get Your Website into Google Search Results posted at – Discover. Inspiring . Media. For businesses on a budget the inexpensive way to promote your site is right in Google’s search results.

Campus-Business presents Tips For Running A Business In Your Dorm Room | posted at Campus Business.

Wanda Grindstaff presents Success Through Service, the Most Important Component! posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles.

Hueina Su presents The 212 Degrees Attitude posted at Intensive Care for the Nurturer’s Soul.

Ron Ruiz presents Stay-At-Home Mom Creates Million Dollar Product posted at The Business Ideas-Making Money Blog.

Robert Phillips presents Get More Traffic Automatically posted at CYBERCA$HOLOGY.

Richard Lee presents Your Product Idea Incubator posted at Richard Lee.

Steve Oliphant presents What would you do? posted at Steve Oliphant’s Musings.

Miami Phillips presents How Often Do You Change? posted at Miami Phillips – Being Happy In Biz and in Life. A story of entrepreneurship, cruising in a sailboat, building a business and being true to your self…

Dominic Tay presents Unleash your True Potential: Lead your Ways to Success posted at Personal Development Blog for Winners. In business world, innovation and leadership are two important factors that lead an employee to a successful career. With the growing needs to attend the family needs and earn a living at the same time, work-at-home businesses are flourishing.

David Kam presents Psychological Effect of 99-Cent posted at

Erek Ostrowski presents The Positive Consumer Experience posted at Verve Coaching:: Life, Growth and Leadership, Boston MA.

James D. Brausch presents Get Out Of The J.O.B. Trap posted at

Ed Rivis presents 4 Steps to More Sales in 7 days or less. posted at Ed Rivis.

Thomas D. Brownsword presents Where I Am, Where I Am Going, And How I Will Get There posted at Business Action Steps.

Paul Heingarten presents Blog Update posted at PRH Solutions Blog. An update on how I’m using blogs to make money online.

James Alenteal presents How about THIS response booster: 26.7% Conversion Rate! posted at James Alenteal’s Conversion Rate Clinic. A website conversion (sales response) boosting tactic got an amazingly high amount of sales.

Artthailand presents Genesis of a gallery. Genesis of a life. posted at artThailand.

Edith presents The 5 Rules of Writing Effective Email posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Jenn Givler presents Mindful Marketing: Marketing without selling your soul posted at Create a Thriving Business.

Ralph Jean-Paul presents 7 Reasons Why You Haven’t Reached Your Goals Yet posted at Potential 2 Success. Check this list of reasons why your goals have not been met then go out and accomplish those goals.

Cocoy S. Rambuyon presents Quick Tips In Finding A Perfect Home & Office Online Based Opportunity posted at COCOY S. RAMBUYON.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Cognitive Fitness, The Future of Work, and Concept Maps posted at Brain Fitness Blog. What the future may bring to enhance our productivity.

SJ Yee presents The FAQ Book on Public Speaking posted at Personal Development for the Book Smart. SJ says, “Public Speaking is an essential skills for any entrepreneur. Fortunately, my good friend Eric has written a book to help you improve your speeches and captivate any audience! This is my review of his book.”

Steve Bainbridge presents Why Starbucks Doesn’t Franchise posted at Professor Bainbridge’s Journal. This post – Why Starbucks Doesn’t Franchise – asks why Starbucks uses a company owned store model, while Subway uses franchises. What are the transaction cost differences that explain the difference in business models?

Andrew presents How to Become Great in any Field – Success Secrets Revealed posted at Personal Hack. Interestingly if you take a person who is very successful in one field, and put him into another one usually they’ll be able to achieve a very similar level of success in the new field.

Cocoy S. Rambuyon presents Can Blogging Really Generate More Visitors, Buyers?? posted at COCOY S. RAMBUYON.

Ivan Rios presents How to Win Negotiations By Seeking Differences posted at

John W. Furst presents Why Should You Write A White Paper? posted at E-Biz Booster Blog. Use white papers to promote your products and services and beat straight sales pitch by offering problem-solving, free information to your prospects. They will love you for it. Many businesses could increase their publicity and sales with this strategy.

Steven Lafler presents Adventures in Self Employment posted at Self Employment for Bohemians. Steve Lafler is a self employed bohemian who has successfully avoided holding a full time job for over twenty years.

Jim Sansi presents 15 Minute Link Exchange Strategy posted at The Kaizen Business.

GP presents Fueling the Fire of Passion posted at Innside Montana-Your Home at the Range. Making a life is as important as making a living. It’s not an either-or decision. values and purpose – not great products – defined successful businesses. The same holds true for taking the plunge to start a business , take up a new passion.

Kathleen Gage presents Is Blogging Necessary? posted at Street Smarts Marketing.

Lori Prokop presents Sales Training and Your Marriage—Humor Helps! posted at Alan Altmann Keyboard Culture Sales Training.

Alex M presents Effective online marketing: what works? posted at We talk on making money on the Internet. In this article, Alex offers the readers a few techniques that work fine for the promotion of websites.

Yazan Manasrah presents Uncluttering your mind posted at The Blasted Crossing. Want to find out how to gain the focus and mental energy to accomplish the daily tasks you must do?

Surfer Sam presents Small Business Startup. Strategy and Planning for Small Business. ! Surfer Sam posted at Surfer Sam and Friends. Strategy and planning for your first business. Brainstorming the product or service. Analyzing the market, finances, business operations and risk.

Ivan Rios presents How to Win Negotiations By Seeking Differences posted at

Doug Boggs presents Your Cup Runneth Over posted at Boggs Development Group, LLC. Once you introduce yourself to the storyteller inside your head, you can start working at last on the life and relationships your true self has long hoped to have. With effort, your cup may indeed begin to run over.

Lorraine Cohen presents Letting Yourself Have Outrageous Success and Personal Happiness posted at Powerfull Living. How often do you say no to the people and things that would increase your business success and personal happiness? Learn key tips to change your nos to YES!

Andy presents Homeless Guy on Roller Skates Inspires a New Name Brand posted at Money Walks. Homeless guy on roller skates makes it big, starts a new clothing line.

The Money Moose presents The Future of Cars and the Entrepreneurs that Create Them posted at MoneyMoose.

Sglover presents Secrets of an Entrepreneur’s Mind posted at Business & A Cup of Tea. Principles shared by entrepreneurs.

Career Counselor presents Six Time Management Tips for the Self-Employed During the Holidays posted at ask the CareerCounselor. Home workers and small business owners typically encounter a tricky balancing act during the holidays. You work from home, at least in part, in order to spend more time with your family, but during the holiday season self-employed folks just can’t drop everything to make way for family events and school plays.

David Kam presents Beautiful Maiden Business Strategy posted at

Justin Consuegra presents Drop Shipping, A Detailed View posted at Drop Ship Digest. Many new entrepreneurs start with drop shipping. Here is a look at the process.

James Alenteal presents What Really Works, Part 5 ? Why Pretty Sites Don?t Sell. posted at James Alenteal’s Conversion Rate Clinic.

Steve Lafler presents Should I Grant Credit to my Clients? posted at Self Employment for Bohemians. Granting credit to your clients can lead you to the top of the pile or to ruin — proceed with caution but realize this is a great way to expand your business.

Jenny presents November Earnings Report posted at the so called me.

[email protected] presents How To Improve Your Skills And Get A Lucrative Job posted at THE FASTEST WAY TO LEARN TECHNICAL SKILLS OR GET A JOB.

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