Business Dating: Should You Date That Cutie? Business Dating Etiquette

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We’ve all done it some time. We meet with a potential client and somehow, you start to find them cute. You want to spend more time with them and get to know them. You like the way his cologne smells. You like the way her hair falls on her shoulders. You like him or her. But, oops. They’re you’re client or co-worker. What are you supposed to do? Should you look the other way (and possibly miss on your soulmate!?) just because you met at a wrong time? Should business dating not be allowed?

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eBook Writing for Dummies: Creating The Perfect eBook Become a published author

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If you’re a professional in your field, may it be fashion, nutrition, or fitness, and have information you’d like to share to your online audience and/or clients, writing an eBook should be on your to-do list. Ebooks are a great way to share your ideas, tips and tricks to people in the online community. You can write an eBook about literally anything. What’s most amazing about it, you don’t have to go through a publishing company in order to publish it online. You just need a computer, a working brain, and a how-to guide for eBooks (here’s that last one). 

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Staying Diplomatic When Dealing With Rude People Keep the savagery for later.

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Rude people, we’ve all come across a few of them. They wake our inner savagery, test our diplomacy limits, and make us wish we could leave a conversation without a parting sentence. Ah, but you’re better than that. You don’t want to tell them to shut up… at least not straight up. You can’t tell them to stick their opinion up theirs. No, no. You’re diplomatic. You have values. You have etiquette. 

Diplomacy is a skill you will need to practice to succeed in business and in life. Rude people will come at you daily, and how you react to them will separate you from the mass. 

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The Art of Making Lists: Secret to Successful Planning

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You’ve probably heard the saying “people who want to appear clever rely on memory. People who want to get things done make lists”, and I honestly can’t love this saying more. I’ve heard so many people confess that they don’t want to make lists because they want to “practice their memory”. Of course, being the curious little human that I am, I decided to test these people’s theory. I didn’t make lists for about a month, until I went crazy, feeling extremely overwhelmed, most of the time. I just did not know what I had to do or when I had to do it, and it drove me insane!

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Ryan Malinowski 4 Actionable Steps To Growing An Online Business

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Over the past 10-15 years, the popularity and aura around becoming an entrepreneur has sky rocketed. We’ve seen more innovationcreation, and growth than ever before. The technology at our fingertips today allows not only me, but thousands of other entrepreneur as well to run/grow a business 100% remotely. I hopped on the entrepreneur wagon with Prolific Fitness LLC while simultaneously following my passion of playing pro hockey overseas (Europe in my case).

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4 Main Personality Types & How to Deal With Them

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We’re all different and unique. Each one of us brings something different to the table, or conference room. We all work with different tools, strengths, and weaknesses. We all view the world differently, and we all want different things in life. Some people get along well together, while others just can’t seem to see eye to eye. I’m sure a few examples jumped in your mind right now. Fortunately, there’s an explanation behind these relationships (or lack there of): personality types. 

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Dealing With Difficult Employees

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Being a business owner, online or offline, has a lot of perks. You have a freedom that you can only have when you’re an owner, and it’s worth all the headaches, long nights, and responsibilities. Really. With its perks also comes disadvantages, one of them being dealing with difficult employees.

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Be More Than an Ordinary Resume

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I need to be completely honest – Resumes aren’t worth much.

When writing a Resume, there are a few rules you need to follow. The font needs to be professional, the language needs to be intelligent, the formatting needs to be aesthetically appealing, and much more. Following these rules is said to get in the door, for an interview.

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