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The History Of Personal Ads by Josh Greenberger
... Unlike a poorly written regular-mail address, which may sometimes be properly delivered even if one digit is off, an email address off by only one character may route your message to an unintended destination. If you're a young, never- married, male, law student, the last thing you want to do is accidentally make a date with a woman three times your age who has four ex-husbands and has put more lawyers on retainers than your school graduates in six years.

Back to School Checklist by Kathy Burns-Millyard
... Writing Tools: Pens and pencils are generally thought of automatically, but often there are other writing related materials that must be purchased for school as well. Younger children often need crayons and paint for instance, while older kids may need markers and colored pencils. As children move into junior high, high school and college, they'll require a larger variety of the basics too. Instead of just blue pens for instance, they often need blue, black and red.

Top Ten Tips (Part 1) by Elaine Currie
... Be yourself Know your subject Be interested Punctuate proudly Respect the apostrophe Get great grammar Spell well Keep to the point Read and revise Sleep on it Pay attention to detail Be yourself Write from the heart or the head or the gut, depending upon the type of writing you are doing. You can let your heart pour passion into a love letter but your head is better for the contents of a business letter and the gut feeling should never be ignored.

Small Business Marketing Review - Strategic Database Marketing by Craig Lutz-Priefert
... Many of the books we review are built to be fairly quick reads that contain solid marketing advice that is usually “hidden in plain sight” from many small business owners. Arthur Hughes’ book is best read with a highlighter and, at times, a calculator. Because at the end of the day, the beauty of database marketing is that it’s measurable . For you bottom-line oriented small business owners that get tired of our talk of Brand or Packaging, the emphasis that Hughes places on ROI should be ...

Getting a GED by John Daye
... It covers the following areas: Writing - Grammar, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure; with multiple-choice questions and a 200-word story to write. Math - decimals, fractions, percentages and basic math problems; multiple-choice problems where you need to add, subtract, multiply and divide without using a calculator. Social Studies - Geography using maps and charts, history; with 66 multiple-choice questions. Science - biology, chemistry, earth and physical sciences; with ...

Studying Your Study Environment by Roger Seip
... There are hundreds, if not thousands, of books written on study skills, promising improved performance. Chances are each and every one has something good to say, but all the books and tips in the world can’t help a student that studies in front of the television eating cookies. So often all we need is that small incremental step in the right direction to drastically improve results in the end. It’s much more effective to attempt small or practical study goals.

Are You An Investment Dummy Like Me? by Jack Humphrey
... It wasn't until a new client came to me with an idea for a new book he had written on active investment strategies called "Scientific Wealth Strategies" that I realized I might not be far from figuring this whole investment and wealth protection thing out for myself. In fact, just by consulting with him on the marketing of his book I picked up a lot of new information that has taken a grand portion of my doubts and fears away. As I began to wrap up our contract I found I was looking more ...

Paying the Bills Truly CAN Be Painless by Rebecca Hanson
... Each week I perform this ritual with such joy that by the time I've balanced four checking accounts, written a dozen or so checks, photocopied statements, stapled receipts, addressed and stamped all the envelopes, I am HIGH! I LOVE Spending Money! The next time you begin the ritual of Paying the Bills, just try and NOT think of what you are doing as Spending Money! Now that you know it's possible to have fun Spending Money! the old ritual just won't be the same.

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