Tis the Season…to Look

Here we are in the middle of another holiday season. Like most people, I enjoy spending the holidays in the company of family and friends, catching up on the year’s events and reliving old memories. As you speak with clients this...
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101 Ways to Make $1,000

We’d all like to finish next year with a bit extra in our pockets. The good news is, when your goal is relatively modest, there are plenty of ways to get there. On the following pages you’ll find our best...
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#ThanksgivingThursday: The United States of Thanksgiving

We’ve scoured the nation for recipes that evoke each of the 50 states (and D.C. and Puerto Rico). These are our picks for the feast. Dig in, then tell us yours. More...
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5 Less Annoying Alternatives to “Please Find Attached”

Between eBooks, case studies, data sheets, proposals, and contracts, you probably send email attachments on a daily — if not hourly — basis. And that means you might be using the common phrase “Please find attached.” More...
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Here Are the Best 7 Pieces of Advice About Money In Your 30s

Life can get complicated when you hit 30. You might be in the middle of countless transitions, like moving up in your career, starting a business, buying a home, getting married, growing your family — and a whole lot more....
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56 Email Etiquette Tips to Avoid Writing Sloppy Emails

You may have heard, “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” That might be true in some aspects of life — but over email, sweating the small stuff is exactly what you should be doing. More...
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3 Simple Tricks to Explode Your Sales Email Open Rates

Do you spend hours crafting the perfect email only to discover that your prospect didn’t open it? If so, you’re not alone. For most salespeople, the biggest hurdle in prospecting is getting their emails opened in the first place. More...
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Here’s What to Do if Your Life Insurance is About to Expire

It’s a fact few of us like to think about, but death is a part of life. Failing to prepare for this could leave loved ones struggling to deal with their loss as well as how to pay for it....
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10 Little Ways to Sneak in Exercise at Work

Hectic schedules can make it seem impossible to fit workouts into our busy week. The prospect of packing a gym bag, trudging to your local gym, working out, showering, changing, and trudging back to where you came from takes an...
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