Monthly Archives: November 2010

Are you happy now?

…Are you happy now? “To find out what one is fitted to do, and to secure an opportunity to do it, is the key to happiness.” –John Dewey

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Four Home-Based Businesses in Demand

The small-business market has traditionally been populated by corner stores and family-owned businesses. For women with an entrepreneurial streak, small-business opportunities have always been abundant. It’s turning ideas into profitable enterpris…

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Do #you #influence #others to #listen?

Everyone has a voice deep down inside them; a voice that says “shine”. Some have loud voices some have quiet ones. Some people’s voice is so quiet they never get to hear it. Some of the people that get to hear it choose not to listen. Unfortunatel…

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Risky Business: Survey Shows Smartphone Security Concerns Running High; Yet 81 Percent Admit Sneaking Onto Employer Networks Without Permission – Juniper Networks

Risky Business: Survey Shows Smartphone Security Concerns Running High; Yet 81 Percent Admit Sneaking Onto Employer Networks Without Permission New Global Study by Juniper Networks Shows Significant Mobile Security Gap As Devices Shatter Boundarie…

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3-in-1 Thanksgiving Centerpiece: Episode 6

via stylewithasmile.tv Congratulations to my friend Kelly (Richman) Lester and her wonderful products at EasyLunchboxes.com…who knew “plastic food containers” could be so fun? =)

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10 Steps to Small-Business Success in 2011

What’s In It For Me? Getting the most out of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010By Julie Bennett “The most significant step on behalf of our small businesses in more than a decade.” That’s how President Obama characterized the Small Business Jobs …

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Debit cards popular but lack credit’s consumer protection

via usatoday.com Did you know? #MasterCard and #Visa’s #zero #liability #policies are limited to transactions in which #customers sign for their #purchases. When card holders use a #PIN instead of their #signature, the #transactions don’t go throu…

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