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Tea For The Win Book

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From http://teaftwbook.com 2872 days ago
Made Hot by: problogger78 on December 12, 2013 10:27 pm
As you could see, I have now started my new blog for my upcoming book, Tea For The Win. I am working on a subtitle…

You will be able to follow along the book project with the hashtag, #teaFTWbook. I have been using the hashtag, #teaFTW for some time now.

Some things that I have to “chew” and Read More

The Creative Process

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From http://www.egosoletrader.com 2874 days ago
Made Hot by: robinandy58 on December 11, 2013 2:52 pm
I will be studying the works by Robert Fritz during 2014. Tomas Löwstedt of Dynamic Urge will guide me through the creative process. Here is an excerpt from the post, The Most Successful Process for Accomplishment in History: ...

What's is your take on the creative process in your daily work? Read More

Create Space for My Upcoming Book

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From http://www.egosoletrader.com 2879 days ago
Made Hot by: FutureVision on December 5, 2013 7:14 pm
After I participated in Réal Laplaine's publishing class on November 21, I knew how to publish and distribute my upcoming book. I will use CreateSpace (powered by Amazon) and a print-on-demand service in Gothenburg, Sweden. At the end of the class, Bengt Alvang (Alvång) presented how you could be f Read More
Did you know that America started out as a business venture? I want to send a mental thank-you note to the entrepreneurs and gold diggers of Virginia Company of London and I hope you had great first Thanksgiving celebration in Jamestown! Read More
I got an Eureka moment after I have listened to Peter Thomson's interviews (The Achiever's Edge audio monthly newsletter) with Richard Richardson, author of Marketing Judo: Building Your Business Using Brains Not Budget.

It is time to create another site which is planned to become the future hub Read More

How to keep time you have reserved for yourself free

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From http://www.stiernholm.com 2885 days ago
Made Hot by: FutureVision on November 27, 2013 8:58 pm
When we have work to do which requires our full attention and concentration it can be a good idea to sometimes reserve time to be alone (with the door shut and the phone turned off).

But many of us have the tendency to cancel the alone-time we have reserved as soon as, for instance, someone asks Read More
Back in the day (our day, at any rate), children ran free in the yards and streets and climbed trees and played with frogs and worms and other nasty, crawly things. And, on occasion, it even transpired that the frogs and worms (and other even more bacteria laden things) wound up in our pockets or m Read More
BlogTalkRadio's CEO Alan Levy hosts a special show paying tribute to one of our longest-serving hosts, Wayne Hurlbert. Wayne passed away on October 14th 2013, and was a much-loved character in the BTR community. He began hosting in 2006, and this show will replay some great moments from the past 7 Read More
From The Social Hour podcast #130 with Amber Mac & Sarah Lane:

Amber & Sarah chat with This Week in Law host Denise Howell about the legal side of social, big week for Twitter spats, the insanity of hashtags, & more! Read More

Give Back? Yes, It's Time For The 99% To Give Back To The 1%

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From http://www.forbes.com 2950 days ago
Made Hot by: Webdev1 on September 26, 2013 10:22 am
The 99 percenters owe the rich in a very big way.

All proper human interactions are win-win; that’s why the parties decide to engage in them. It’s not the Henry Fords and Steve Jobs who exploit people. It’s the Al Capones and Bernie Madoffs. Voluntary trade, without force or fraud, is the exchan Read More
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