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Retirement Management by Matt Alexander
... There are basically four potential sources of income available to support retirement expenses: employer-sponsored plans, Social Security, personal savings and investments, and part-time employment. The management of retirement assets is an ongoing process that begins well before retirement by determining objectives, considering risk tolerance and examining one’s time horizon. This process then continues with regular monitoring of the plan so that necessary modifications can be made ...

3 Ways To Do More With Less Time by Yolanda Facio
... I schedule in exercise time and I schedule in personal development time for reading and writing. Once you get started, you'll find it easier and easier to use. The amount of time saved by spending the time to keep your schedule can be enormous. It helps to eliminate the clutter we create on our desks and in our minds when trying to remember all the things we need to do. It can also help to eliminate unnecessary tasks. Many times we say 'yes' when something is not really in alignment with ...

The New Economy by Cynthia Kyriazis
... Technology’s power gives us the tools to reduce routine tasking in order to increase productivity, spend more time with customers, and have more time for ourselves and our personal priorities. Processes become quicker, better and more effective (and efficient) as we learn to do more things differently. Here are some ideas for integrating technology in your daily life. Consolidate information. Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) such as the Palm, Treo, and Compaq are used by many.

Maximize Your Priorities by Brian Tracy
... The very act of taking a moment to think about your time before you spend it will begin to improve your personal time management immediately. Personal time management and proper prioritization enables you to choose what to do first, what to do second, and what not to do at all. It enables you to organize every aspect of your life so that you can get the greatest joy, happiness, and satisfaction out of everything that you do.

Technology...The Culprit and the Tool by Cynthia Kyriazis
... Consolidate information to manage time A basic time management principle tells us to store similar things in one location and computers have helped us do just that. Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) are small, lightweight handheld computers. They store four critical types of information: 1) names/addresses 2) appointments 3) ‘to do’ lists and 4) notes. They can also act as a clock, calculator, expense log, camera…even a TV remote control. With speed, portability and ease of operation, ...

Travel Software - Faster, Better, Smarter by Johnny Mayer
... For example, most busy business travelers use personal travel software for instant and accurate travel management in one handy travel software plan. These savvy travelers know the most important part of the travel software is the part you don’t see – the interface and network access for adding new travel destinations, services, payment options and preferences to their travel software.. Travel Software - PC, Laptop or PDA An ideal marriage between travel software and hardware are the handy ...

The 5 Best Cell Phones on the Market by Bradley James
... Basic Information: Talk time: 200 minutes Standby time: 165 hours Size: 3.43H x 1.81W x 0.98D inches Weight: 3.38 oz Basic Features: 1.9 Ghz PCS, 800 MHz CDMA (All Digital) Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) to send and receive text messages with graphics and sound E911 Emergency Location-capable 2.5mm headset jack to accept universal hands-free headsets 65K TFD Main Color Display (120 x 160) 8 lines of Text OEL Sub Display (96 x 38) 3 lines of Text Blue Backlit Keypad 5-Way ...

How Do I Know If I've Been Bugged? by Monty Henry
... * Private Investigators have been "poking" around * You are in the upper income bracket Keep in mind that anybody with Money, Power, Influence, or access to sensitive, classified, or personal information is at serious personal risk. On a related note: If you work (or have worked) for any kind of military, governmental, law enforcement or judicial agency the possibility of you being targeted for eavesdropping is very high. Such eavesdropping can come from either side of the law, and is ...

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