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Three Bad Arguments for Not Prioritizing

Smarter—Step by StepCatch Problems Early  Grasp Issues Quickly Take Action Decisively   2 minutes each week to help you execute on your goals from Jean Moroney Issue #67 I. Three Bad Arguments for Not Prioritizing II. Smarter Prioritization Teleclass January 27         Tuesday, January 27, 2015        ...

Tip: Three Ways to Counter “I Don’t Wanna”

Smarter—Step by Step Catch Problems Early  Grasp Issues Quickly Take Action Decisively   2 minutes each week to help you execute on your goals from Jean Moroney Issue #66 I. Tip: Three Ways to Counter “I Don’t Wanna” II. Freebie Teleclass: Jump Start Your Project         Tuesday,...

Culture and Traditions of Sri Lanka from My Point of View

  Travel inquisitive person is well aware of the picturesque beauty of Srilanka; the Island nation in the northern part of the Indian Ocean. However along with all those ‘not to miss places’, from scintillating Adam’s peak to all those exotic beaches all around the perimeter; there...

Terry Taylor’s Break Free Blog–Confident Decision Making

BREAK FREE BLOG A passionate motivational speaker and life coach with a new reality-based, no-nonsense approach, Terry Taylor is the designer of a unique strategy for reaching your goals and loving your life. Creator of the CD program, 8 Steps For Reclaiming Your Life, and author of the upcoming book, This...

Top 5 Best Gifts to Give an Author

by Sherrie Wilkolaski With only a few days left to Christmas, you may be wondering what last minute gift you might get for your favorite author. Here is a list of gifts that you can give any time of year. Most authors won’t come out and ask for what they really want this holiday season, so use this list as...

Authors Tell Santa What You Really Want for Christmas…

by Sherrie Wilkolaski When my pen hit the paper this morning I was thinking about writing an article about the top 5 tips to drive holiday book sales and then found myself wondering down another path. (That article I will write up next.) I got to thinking about what every author really wants for...

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