Home Contact Us Site Map
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Results 49 - 56 of 64 for book write. (0.42 seconds)
Search results

Acupuncture Weight Loss? Plus 5 Step Weight Loss Plan by Brian Carter
... Michael Millenson's book, Demanding Medical Excellence 3. Effect of acupuncture on weight loss evaluated by adrenal function. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1993 Sep, 13(3):169-73. 4. Wozniak, P., Oszukowski, P., Stachowiak, G., and Szyllo, K. [The effectiveness of low-calorie diet or diet with acupuncture treatment in obese peri- and postmenopausal women] (in Polish). Ginekol.Pol. Vol.74 Issue 2 pp. 102-107. 2003 5. Acupuncture on Spleen, Stomach, and Ren Mai Channel Points for ...

Methods of Website Promotion by Michael Medeiros
... People will write about a Website in blogs, forums, or on their personal pages. People will add links to Sites they like. If developers hunt for free traffic, problems can arise. Hunting for free traffic has made developers try tricks that got the site removed from Search Engines. This can present a big problem as they are a large source of free targeted traffic. Keep free traffic in mind while promoting a Website, but donít make it the focus of promotion.

How to Experience a Lucid Dream by David Slone
... Don't just write a narrative of what took place in the dream. Record your thoughts and emotions felt. This will help you later on as you develop your dreaming research. Be sure to note all major elements, such as people, places, animals, etc. Keeping a dream journal will also help you a great deal in understanding your non-lucid dreams. As you continue to write in your journal and re-read your previous entries you will begin to see parallels with your dreams and your life.

How to Lower Your Gas Cost by 50% Starting Today! by Ted Ljungqvist
... Waiting until you get back to the office or home, and writing it down haphazardly on scraps of paper, doesnít work well. Get in the habit of doing it when you fill up and keeping the information in the same place and youíll find that itís much easier and quicker to handle. Take a look at the below legend to understand how to quickly and easily calculate and record your fuel mileage. Date: This is the date you buy gas. This will help you budget for gas by showing you how often you fill up ...

Create More Energy in Your Life by Brook Noel
... Perhaps it was reading a book, writing, or organizing, or completing pages in a scrapbook. Before you knew it, you looked at the clock and hours had passed--even though you were tired earlier. What changed? Well you didn't eat anything or exercise. The change was in what you were doing. Your attitude and productiveness elevated - thus elevating your performance and your energy. Make a list and make sure to check it twice: The first step in building productive energy is to be focused on the ...

Maximize Your Priorities by Brian Tracy
... Edward Banfield of Harvard University wrote a book titled The Unheavenly City, in which he described one of the most profound studies on success and priority setting ever conducted. Banfield's goal was to find out how and why some people became financially independent during the course of their working lifetime and others did not. He started off convinced that the answer to the question would be influential contacts or some other concrete factor.

Nokia 5300 Ė Music to Your Ears by Jawahn Thompson
... camera modes, color effects, the ability to add notes to the pictures, a 10-second timer, sequence shooting for taking three pictures in rapid-fire, an 8x digital zoom and the ability to adjust contrast. You can't adjust the brightness and there is no flash but those are the only real places this camera comes up short. Shoot video in 3GPP in one of two resolutions Ė 176 x 144 or 129 x 96. The quality is nothing worth writing home about but is pretty standard for a 1.3 megapixel camera.

Future Shock - and Network Marketing Distributors by Nili Raam
... An illustration of this issue is best described in a quote of the allegory extracted from Richard Bach (author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull), in his book "Illusions". "Once there lived a village of creatures along the bottom of a great crystal river. Each creature in its own manner clung tightly to the twigs and rocks of the river bottom, for clinging was their way of life, and resisting the current what each had learned from birth. But one creature said at last, "I trust that the current ...

Previous 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next