Show Me The Money! by Paul Taylor
... Another place to look for funding is friends and family members. But, that is not what this article is really about. Second, is to price the items in your business so that it insures that your business endeavor is a success. You want your prices to be in line with your competition. Price is usually a consideration with most people. However, you do not have to have lower prices on every item; you must, however, be in the same ballpark with the competition.
Study Skills - How Can YOU Help Your Kids? by Frank McGinty
... Or maybe your kids could team up with friends over at their
house. But be careful! There could be a temptation to chat
instead of getting the heads down! In that case, check whether the school runs a Homework Club. Many schools are now doing this and it's proving a highly
popular option. Sessions are held after school and
supervised by teachers - so the work gets done! If your school doesn't have this, ask for it! You provide
the materials, the school provides the location - and the ...
The Magical State of Captivation by Vincent Harris
... Most people tell a story with no outcome whatsoever; I used to be the epitome of telling irrelevant stories that left friends and family wondering “ I wonder what the point of that story was?” or worse yet, asking me that question. Several years ago, I heard Kevin Hogan say, “What do you want the other person to think or feel after you tell this story?” I was embarrassed to think about how many times I had opened my trap without having any idea what the answer to that question was.
Multiplying Success - Preparing Your Child for a Standardized Test in Math by Kayla Fay
... Mike is always terrified; on testing day we email family and friends for prayer support. Here are some of the strategies that have helped our guys. I hope they will give you some ideas as you work with your child. 1. Ask your child's teacher for old copies of "test prep" books, or buy books designed to prepare your child for testing. Let your child do a little bit of the test each night. 2. Look for any gaps in basic understanding. 3. Standardized tests demand proficiency in word problems; ...
Ensure Your Child's Success in Math - 10 Great Ways! by Susan Jarema
... Encourage your child to ask friends and family how math is used in their careers. Read about great discoveries made by mathematicians such as Archimedes, Galileo, Newton and Einstein. 4. Combine math with play, games and activities. Build a cube out of blocks or polygons out of toothpicks. Bake a cake, make a family tree, cut out snowflakes, estimate the number of grains of sand at the beach or even write a letter to your aunt in binary code! Play endless games that help reinforce ...
Village Life in Upcountry Zambia by Charlotte Opperman
... playing barefoot in the hot sun and then bicycling back to the village after their win. In retrospect, we think of the overland journey to Kawaza as a metaphor for our challenging adventure… a bumpy but exhilarating ride. It is not for the faint of heart, or for those who prefer to be close to a flush loo, but an extended visit to Kawaza will feed you a dose of humanity for a lifetime. We were given so much more than we gave and for this we are eternally grateful to our friends at Kawaza.
Goal Setting for Weight Loss by Chyna Dolores
... You may find that some family and friends may feel that your 60kg goal is ‘unrealistic’, especially if you have a lot of weight to lose. They may even try to tell you that you will look anorexic and sick in an attempt to sabotage you. However, if you have done your research properly, and follow the guidelines from the healthy weight range you will be fine. Your goal may be far off in the distance, but if that is what you really want to strive towards, than don’t let anyone stand in your way.
Easy and Effective - Creating a Comprehensive Marketing Plan for Your Home Business by Patrysha Korchinski
... She makes a note to call her friend that makes candles, another who creates gift baskets and ask them if they’ll consider doing a joint ad. She assumes they will and takes $56.00 off her marketing budget. She notes that there is an online expo that runs a “Love is in the Air” expo on February 4th. It’s cutting it tight for creation and delivery, but decides she’s willing to work extra hard if necessary to complete orders that may come in from the event.