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How to Become a High School Motivational Speaker

  Overview Children are not born with genetic reactions to difficult situations. There is no inborn knowledge of how to act when a friend dies. No one is born knowing how to approach life after a natural disaster. These thoughts and reactions become even more muddled as the child becomes a teen and prepares to […]

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How to Start a Rental Inspection Company

  Overview Rental inspection companies work under contract to property management companies. A rental inspector knows the proper way to build a house, or apartment complex, from the ground up. An inspector is trained in the mechanical systems, framing and climate control. You can start a rental inspection company once you have the training necessary […]

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Need Any Advice on Selling Jewelry? Well, Here is a Little …

One of the things I have learned over the last two years is that, when you first get into the jewelry making business you will spend your days making product. I, at the time, wanted to see my jewelry on people and in galleries badly enough  that I would sell for rock bottom price. I […]

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Selling alongside the foreign factories

The jewelry industry is estimated to make 230 billion dollars by the year 2015 growing 4.6% year over year, states the US department of commerce. Although this is unpredictable as we have been in a recession since the year 2008. This year the industry has grown 8% states Forbes.com.  I myself design and sell jewelry […]

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How to Be a Cable Subcontractor

Overview Cable companies hire subcontractors to install and maintain hardware at each customer’s home. This is not just a job but a business opportunity. If you have the education and training to install cable television, Internet and telephone services, you can profit from this need. A strong background in construction and business will put you […]

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How to Become a Video Choreographer

Overview Music videos are filled with dancers seemingly moving to the rhythm of the song playing in the background. These professional performers are actually timing the movements of the dance to match the script written by the video choreographer. A choreographer is someone who designs dances. A video choreographer is the elite in her field. […]

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Promoting Your Business With Social Media

Today, people running a business can’t afford to not run social media promotions concerning their business. Anyone who is worth anything is on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, or has a business blog. I personally have all the above with the exception of LinkedIn. I use all of these social media sites to promote both of my businesses. […]

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How to Create a Reglazing Company

Overview Tubs, sinks and other glazed fixtures provide smooth, solid surfaces that allow the homeowner to sterilize the surfaces in order to maintain the health and safety of family and friends. Over time, the glaze will become worn, giving those fixtures a dull appearance that is more difficult to clean. Unfortunately for the homeowner, replacing […]

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Why Your Business Should Be Modeled After Abraham Lincoln’s Life

When you start your business, your goal should be to go from nothing to something great that changes people’s lives while earning you a living.  This is much like Abraham Lincoln, who grew up in poverty and battled depression — but never stopped persevering and never accepted defeat.  Lincoln went on to become one of the […]

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What You Need to Know About the American Jobs Act

Obama unveiled his $447 Billion American Jobs Act (AJA) this past Thursday (9/8), asking congress 12 times to “Pass this Bill”. The AJA intends to address our 9.1% unemployment rate (Economists view 5.0% unemployment as healthy) and the weakness of our economic recovery from the Financial Crisis. Regardless of your economic persuasion there is a […]

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