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How to finish strong in business

Tweet The business arena is a very challenging one. Sometimes—and sadly—businesses are out to eat each other out of the scene. Being the best and finishing strong is the one thing on everybody’s mind. You should always try to be the best that you can be the best, too. But you don’t need to “kill” somebody’s business just so you …

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Be a good network builder

Tweet There’s no denying the fact that as you begin your journey to success in your life and business, you need to have all the connections you can get. You need to have all the clients and support you can have to succeed in business. You need to have a very good network of friends, support, and clients. If you …

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The troubles of securing the iPad trademark

Tweet According to the Financial Times, a company that claims it owns the trademark on the name “IPAD” in China says it will make legal actions against  Apple for infringing on its ownership specifically in that market. Okay, so here’s what happened: Taiwanese manufacturer Proview formerly sold a tablet PC named I-Pad, a trademark it registered in China and other …

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Quote: Architecture is shelter

Tweet All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space. Philip Johnson

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Taking care of yourself first is important

Tweet You may have worked so hard for many years and may have achieved a very high level of success, but you may be taking not just your body, but also your emotional health and mental health for granted. So here are a few tips that can surely help take some time to think about and care for yourself. Celebrate …

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A bit more about the new MacBook Air

Tweet It seems like everyone’s not had enough of the new MacBook Air. In this post, we’ll be seeing some of the features that makes the smaller Air a big contender in the laptop category. A quick bird’s eye view on the MacBook Air Price: $999 to $1,799 Pro. Amazingly thin—0.11 inches at the slimmest point, ultra-light with only 2.3 …

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Quote: The law of competition

Tweet And while the law of competition may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it ensures the survival of the fittest in every department. Andrew Carnegie

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Beware of Worry

Tweet Admit it, you’re a worrier. Always have been – even when you were still young. How do I know? Why else would you be reading this if you weren’t? Or okay, you’re not a worrier, not even when you were way younger, but you’re starting to entertain the idea of worrying. Here’s what I found out: it takes about …

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The new face of MySpace

Tweet MySpace has been battling to stay a float amidst the storms of Facebook and Twitter. You may have heard little about the social hub for quite some time, but it’s making a major overhaul of its image and its website into the newest entertainment destination for its vastly younger audience. MySpace will now be relaunching its site to focus …

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Resilience in adversity

Tweet What do we make of adversities? When you face these things what do you do? It’s never easy and comfortable whenever failings come or untoward activities happen. But do you sulk in grief and think that the world is out to get you? Do you give up easily? How then can you achieve success? One of the main elements …

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