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    It is never surprising to know that 24 hours a day is common to all of us. In spite of this fact, we have  our own role models who are much more successful doing multiple things in a day and still being 
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Relationship Rewards

Relationships are key to our success... on a personal level...and on the professional level too. Read about the good relationships and how we can utilize the benefits of these to push ourselves ahead.
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Balancing the Mind in forgetfulness

Just like the files laid one upon each other will hold weight of the upper ones and at a given point will result in the top most of the files falling down and thus establishing a sense of balance for the remaining ones. Likewise the mind or the
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CUSTOMERS – SOME SURE-FIRE WAYS TO LOSE THEM Enough has been said about retention of customers. Now here are some tips for successfully getting rid of them, since many companies seem determined to lose customers…to the competition
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Undercover bosses discover that employees have them covered

So there's this new guy/gal, older than most entry-level employees, who shows up at your workplace one day and wants to learn the ropes.  A little unusual, you think, but you train the person to do your job and explain why what you do is
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Follow Your Passion

Great movies leave plenty of excellent footage on the cutting room floor.  It's part of the process, my son David, a film director, tells me. The same is true when an author writes a book. Following the dozens of interviews I conducted
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Use your head to open doors

In the State of the Union address, President Obama declared our national economic agenda "begins with jobs." So does mine. I'm dedicating myself to a 30-day, nationwide tour to launch my newest book Use Your Head to Get Your Foot in the Door: Job
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Never lose hope

In Greek mythology, Pandora opened her fabled box and let out all evils except for hope, which Greeks considered to be as dangerous as the world's other evils. Soon they discovered that without hope to offset their troubles, humanity was filled with