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Finding Inspiration

By on Nov 19, 2016 in Personal Development |

…finding inspiration Have you ever felt like your missing out on something but didn’t know what? Or maybe you’re currently feeling like you should be doing something more compelling or rewarding, but you just don’t know what it is? Don’t worry. I’ve been there myself and I still feel that way from time-to-time. Feeling uninspired is a normal and very common thing. Read the full article…   >>>> Ask those who are earning passive income every month; affiliate marketing is the way to go. Click to learn more....

Must-see business going viral.

By on Feb 16, 2015 in Online Business |

Entrepreneurs, Service providers and Income seekers Wanted! Every day thousands of people wake up with the same desire on their mind. They they all want one thing, and that is to be liberated. Free to make their own decisions. The want to live the life they have always wanted. Sadly, most people can’t do that. Most people have to get up every single day at a specified time and go to work. Overtime, if they don’t love the job they’re in, like so many of us, they start to resent themselves for not making better decisions in the past. Now they find themselves struggling to find a way to create something for themselves. If this sounds like your personal story, I have a good news for you. I’ve found a business that could be your ticket out the door. By applying traditional business strategies to online business, this innovative new business model works wonderfully...

Forget Congress, these US states raised the minimum wage on their own

By on Jan 1, 2015 in business, empowerment |

US states raised the minimum wage (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This article titled “Forget Congress, these US states raised the minimum wage on their own” was written by Jana Kasperkevic and Siri Srinivas, for theguardian.com on Thursday 1st January 2015 17.40 UTC For some workers, there is more to celebrate this New Year’s Day than the end of 2014 . In 21 states and the District of Columbia, the new year brings with it a pay raise for those earning a minimum wage. In his State of the Union address last year, Barack Obama called on Congress to raise the federal minimum wage, which has been at .25 since July 2009, to .10. The following day, the president echoed that sentiment while speaking at Costco: “Right now in Congress, there’s a bill that would lift the federal minimum wage to .10 an hour – .10 – .10, it’s easy.” Tired of waiting for Congress to...

How hip-hop millionaires rise from the margins

By on Dec 21, 2014 in Personal Development, success tip |

Hip hoppers rising to the top (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This article titled “How hip-hop millionaires rise from the margins” was written by Hugh Muir, for The Guardian on Sunday 21st December 2014 19.00 UTC Why do some rap artists take so readily to the boardroom, asked an article last week about the rise of hip-hop millionaires? And there was certainly evidence of that transition. Dr Dre is the top-dog rap mogul with a fortune – estimated by Forbes – of 0m in 2014. Jay Z and P Diddy had m on this count, fortunes built on music and spin-off merchandising. You never know who the gods will smile upon. I have the first Dr Dre album I am aware of – with NWA – on vinyl in a box in the loft. It wasn’t that great. What do we know of these street culture billionaires? Dre got his first leg up from Eric Wright, a drug dealer who bailed him out of jail with a...

Fans scramble for iPod Classic, the music player Apple killed off

By on Dec 6, 2014 in business |

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This article titled “Fans scramble for iPod Classic, the music player Apple killed off” was written by Paul Gallagher, for The Observer on Saturday 6th December 2014 16.49 UTC One of this year’s hottest Christmas presents is no longer available in the shops. Two months after Apple announced the demise of its iPod Classic MP3 player, the model is selling secondhand for up to four times its original price as aficionados clamour to get their hands on one. With a storage capacity double the size of any current iPods still being made, versions of the 160GB Classic – which can hold around 40,000 songs – are being sold as new via Amazon for up to £670. More than 3,000 of the models – the seventh, final version came out in 2010 – have been sold on eBay since the Classic was retired in October, most for between £350 and £500.Even...

US jobs report beats forecasts as 321,000 positions added in November

By on Dec 6, 2014 in business, Uncategorized |

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This article titled “US jobs report beats forecasts as 321,000 positions added in November” was written by Heidi Moore in New York, for The Guardian on Friday 5th December 2014 13.42 UTC The US added 321,000 jobs in November, keeping the unemployment rate at 5.8% and 9 million Americans out of work. The unemployment rate for white men rose to 5.4% according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which measures employment in the US. The BLS added that the rates remained unchanged for other groups, including adult women at 5.3%, teenagers at 17.7%, blacks at 11.1% and Hispanics at 6.6% The Economic Policy Institute said the jobs additions were “surprising and encouraging” but added: “it’s important to put these numbers in context. At this rate, we won’t return to pre-recession labor market health until October 2016—nearly nine...

Stick to the script: 5 ways to create online business success.

By on Nov 29, 2014 in Internet Marketing, Leadership, MLM, Network Marketing, online marketing |

Stick to the online business script I have learned a lot of things from many different online marketing and MLM gurus over years. There are are several things that many experts refer to as being key to online business success. I guess you could call these practices standards for achieving online business success. As we all know finding success in anything worthwhile requires a lot hard work and dedication. So why would running your own online business success be any different? …I’ll spare you by not trying to go into all the intricate details of how to set up an online business or the monotonous step-by-step of how to make money online. But I would like to briefly share with you a condensed list of the key elements many believe to be the foundation of being a top online marketer. 5 ways to create online success 1. Be professional from the very start: Avoid taking shortcuts that...

Could working less really benefit workers and businesses?

By on Jul 23, 2014 in Personal Development |

A billionaire believes because more and more people are having to work into their 70’s now a days, four day work weeks could be a reasonable way for workers to enjoy a better quality of life and successfully increase productivity in the work place. Read more…