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  • ansaar
    The Power Of Niche Marketing
    Have you ever been over whelmed by all the competition on the internet. All the other companies going after the same customers that you are. Well panick not the world wide web is a MASSIVE market place and the best strategy is to create your own market
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  • Mahjabi
    The Truth About Fat
    You are free to publish this article in its entirety, without changes as long as the Copyright and Author's Bio, remain in place and the URLs and links remain intact and working. Fat has had a lot of bad press and for many people, just a mention of the word can evoke misery. You can try to lose it, try to hide it, try to avoid it, but your body still needs it! Did you know that fat helps to insulate our nerve cells, keeps us warm, balances our hormones, keeps skin and arteries supple, lubricates joints and is a component in every cell? The key issue here is recognizing which type of fat your body needs, how much your body requires and which type is your enemy. Armed with the right information, you can focus on getting more of the good fats and less of the bad fats into your daily diet. There are two types of fat to be aware of. Saturated fats - let's call them "the enemy" and unsaturated fats - "the good guys"! It is easy to tell the difference because saturated fats are hard at room temperature. Saturated fats are not essential to your health. They come from animals and are found in meat, eggs and cheese. They are harder to digest and full of cholesterol.
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  • ektayadav
    Get the Edge - Product Review
    After purchasing Anthony Robbin's Get The Edge program, I was a bit skeptical that it would provide much value. I can honestly tell you that it has dramatically changed many areas in my life. Many of my new or old goals are finally in clear focus, I've been taking action on a daily basis and more of my goals are now beginning to become a reality. Anthony Robbins exudes an abundance of energy and shows a sincere enthusiasm to help you get motivated and move towards your own path to success. My own successes include reaching a weight loss goal, starting a part-time business, changing my career path, improving my daily focus of my goals, increased physical strength & a disciplined path towards a reaching a state of financial freedom. Even though I know I am the one that has to make changes to be successful, Anthony’s motivational skills and techniques in this Get the Edge program continues to help push me to take action towards my goals.
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  • The Power Of Niche Marketing
    in HealthBy - ansaar on 11 Mar 2013Have you ever been over whelmed by all the competition on the internet. All the other companies going after the same customers that you are. Well panick not the world wide web is a MASSIVE market place and the best strategy is to create your own market
  • The Truth About Fat
    in HealthWeight LossBy - Mahjabi on 11 Mar 2013You are free to publish this article in its entirety, without changes as long as the Copyright and Author's Bio, remain in place and the URLs and links remain intact and working. Fat has had a lot of bad press and for many people, just a mention of the word can evoke misery. You can try to lose it, try to hide it, try to avoid it, but your body still needs it! Did you know that fat helps to insulate our nerve cells, keeps us warm, balances our hormones, keeps skin and arteries supple, lubricates joints and is a component in every cell? The key issue here is recognizing which type of fat your body needs, how much your body requires and which type is your enemy. Armed with the right information, you can focus on getting more of the good fats and less of the bad fats into your daily diet. There are two types of fat to be aware of. Saturated fats - let's call them "the enemy" and unsaturated fats - "the good guys"! It is easy to tell the difference because saturated fats are hard at room temperature. Saturated fats are not essential to your health. They come from animals and are found in meat, eggs and cheese. They are harder to digest and full of cholesterol.
  • Get the Edge - Product Review
    in HealthBy - ektayadav on 11 Mar 2013After purchasing Anthony Robbin's Get The Edge program, I was a bit skeptical that it would provide much value. I can honestly tell you that it has dramatically changed many areas in my life. Many of my new or old goals are finally in clear focus, I've been taking action on a daily basis and more of my goals are now beginning to become a reality. Anthony Robbins exudes an abundance of energy and shows a sincere enthusiasm to help you get motivated and move towards your own path to success. My own successes include reaching a weight loss goal, starting a part-time business, changing my career path, improving my daily focus of my goals, increased physical strength & a disciplined path towards a reaching a state of financial freedom. Even though I know I am the one that has to make changes to be successful, Anthony’s motivational skills and techniques in this Get the Edge program continues to help push me to take action towards my goals.
  • Eight Great Ways to Fill a Workshop in a Bum Economy
    in BusinessBy - kuldeep on 10 Mar 2013Yes, you can fill a workshop when spending is down and buyers are wary. If your topic is clear, your marketing materials well-done, your product solid and your title catchy, success shouldn’t be tough. The fact is that people are as hungry as ever for the inspiration and stimulus a workshop provides, even when they’re nervous about money. And even though most bum economies recover over time, you may find the following tricks helpful enough to keep using even in good times!
  • Stay in shape after weight loss
    in HealthWeight LossBy - manoj on 10 Mar 2013With the healthcare industry coming up with newer programs and medications to aid the obese, people are also experimenting with different options to control their weight gain. Overweight people try out different diet plans, diet pills, exercises, and they also join Weight Control Programs to lose their weight. They often succeed with their objective, but only to put it all back again once the dieting fever is over. After significant weight loss, it becomes very important to pursue an exercise regimen strictly. Exercise is crucial to keep your muscles firm and helps tighten the skin. The diet plans must be followed even after losing weight. One of the biggest drawbacks to a substantial weight loss is the flabby skin that is visible and which often takes months to disappear.The way to maximize the number of calories we burn each day is not to give up sleep but to maximize our metabolic rate while we are active. Every study pertaining to weight control has laid stress on the fact that the people who are most active are most successful in sustaining weight loss. Most scientists agree that exercise is the single best interpreter of weight maintenance success. An equally important way is to seek and encourage the support of friends and family. Include them wherever possible in the healthier aspects of your new life. Support is extremely essential for anyone with weight loss and fitness related goals. Hence the baseline is to burn more calories than you consume, by either reducing your caloric intake, or increasing your daily activity as you lose weight so by the time you get to your goal weight, you can keep it off with your activity. The end result is a great start of long term weight loss plan and a healthier you.
  • So You Wannabe A Small Business Owner?
    in HealthWeight LossBy - Bollravikanth on 10 Mar 2013Honest advice and practical suggestions for people who want to start a real world small business.Owning a real world small business can easily be your ticket out of the work a day world. You’ll still be working, but for yourself! This can, all at once, be gratifying, frightening, annoying and rewarding. The result of all your efforts depends more on you, then anything else. Even in the planning stages, it’s you that will have to make all the tough decisions and live with the consequences once your small business is up and running. If you’re an unyielding perfectionist, don’t quit your day job. Starting a business takes a lot more then just attention to detail, it requires flexibility, patience, self motivation and discipline. If that’s you, let’s move on to the next step.
  • Balancing Your Hormones Naturally -- What To Do First
    in BusinessBy - sumit on 10 Mar 2013Test your hormone levels. This should be done by utilizing both saliva testing and blood testing. For more information on how you can do this yourself call Oasis Advanced Wellness about how to obtain kits to use in the privacy of your own home. You will need to test for estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and cortisol. Be willing to address detoxification, diet, water in-take, supplementation, exercise, physical / emotional stress and environment. This is a MUST.
  • Fiber – More Appealing Packaged In A Pear!
    in HealthWeight LossBy - NIRMAL SEHGAL on 10 Mar 2013(NC)—Fiber is a very beneficial substance for your body. And when fiber is delivered in the delicious and sweet package of a fresh pear, it takes on a whole new level of appeal. Pears are one of the most fiber-filled fruits around. With 4 grams of dietary fiber per serving (one medium sized pear, think the size of a baseball), pears are a good source of fiber – one pear will give you about 18% of the recommended daily intake of fiber. More information about pear nutrition can be found at www.usapears.com.
  • Infants & Acid Reflux
    in HealthBy - dipikabhavasar on 10 Mar 2013Infant acid reflux is quite common. People of all ages, especially infants because they consume only liquids or soft foods, suffer from mild heartburn or acidic regurgitation on occasion. As in adult cases, infants experience acid reflux when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) is relaxed.
  • Having The Right Attitude & Start Becoming A Problem Solve
    in BusinessPlanningBy - KunalBaxi on 09 Mar 2013Do you really want to make money online? Do you want to develop a business which can make money for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week almost automatically? Of course you do! Why else wouldn't you be reading this ebook right now. Many others have created full-time incomes while only working part-time online. It is within your grasp. Plus, many of them, including myself have started with little or no money!
  • History of Infomercials
    in BusinessBy - Ajay on 09 Mar 2013It all began in the 1980’s. Ronald Regan was president and one of the many controversial things he did in that office was to deregulate the TV industry. Why did he do it? Well, as a conservative Republican he lived and breathed by the “free market rule,” which stated that the government didn’t belong in business, and businesses should live and die by the success or failure of their own practices and market forces. At the same time, cable TV was just starting its expansion into the American television marketplace, and that opened up a huge broadcast venue which simply didn’t exist beforehand. Anybody with any experience in the broadcast industry was starting his own channel and pretty soon cable channels were commonplace. The most successful channels at the time were religious based channels which were basically used for fundraising purposes. There were literally hundreds of them, from local, small time reverends and ministers with dubious backgrounds, to nationally broadcast spiritual and religious shows, utilizing well-known religious figures.
  • The History of Pilates
    in HealthWeight LossBy - sanjay on 09 Mar 2013*The History of Pilates In order to understand the basics of Pilates and why it can work for you, you first need to understand where Pilates came from. Pilates was originally formed in Germany by a man of the same name, Joseph Pilates. Joseph Pilates had many health afflictions as a child. The boy wanted to overcome the hardships he faced. He hoped exercise would not only boost his morale, but also his body’s defense against his illnesses.
  • The ACCOUNTABILITY Challenge for Today’s Business Management
    in HealthWeight LossBy - SaratBGDaniel on 09 Mar 2013In today’s 24/7 driven business word, accountability is becoming a more critical issue for every business owner, executive and salesperson. The challenge is to realize that accountability is just not a single issue, but an issue with many supporting competencies. To maintain and thrive as an accountable individual first requires overcoming the fear to embrace these elements and then a plan of Action to ensure that YOU are an accountable individual. Action – What action or actions did you take or not take and why? Since many individuals have been conditioned not to take action or are stuck in “analysis/paralysis,” accountability suffers because no specific action has been taken.
  • History of Infomercials. . .
    in Home and FamilyBy - Yusuf on 09 Mar 2013It all began in the 1980’s. Ronald Regan was president and one of the many controversial things he did in that office was to deregulate the TV industry. Why did he do it?
  • Fitness Tips For Looking Your Best On Your Wedding Day
    in Home ImprovementBy - satnamart on 09 Mar 2013Every bride wants to look perfect on her wedding day. Selecting a dress that will make you look and feel great is an important first step. But what happens when you look in the mirror and don't think you look quite as good as you could? When this happens it’s not uncommon for brides to try quick-fix diets to help them get in shape. Unfortunately, many dieting brides make fitness mistakes that not only prevent them from reaching their goals but also cause unnecessary stress and sometimes even illness. Those are two things no bride needs! Here are five of the most common diet mistakes as well as some tips to help you avoid them. 1. Too much, too late.
  • Eight Simple Ways To Use Promotional Products Online
    in BusinessBy - amrita on 07 Mar 2013With the increased competition on the Internet, it can be difficult to differentiate your company from your competition. One thing Internet marketers are failing to utilize correctly is promotional products. Promotional products are every day items that are printed with your company logo, slogan, web site address, or any other message you want to promote.
  • Personal Training: 6 Secrets of Award Winning Customer Servi
    in HealthBy - sumit on 07 Mar 2013Would you believe that your ability to provide quality customer service to your clients is at least as important as your ability to get them results from their training program? Did you even know that customer service was going to be part of your business model? After all, what does personal training have to with customer service?
  • Perfect Lawns, is it worth it?
    in HealthWeight LossBy - MANPREET on 07 Mar 2013Have you ever been driving down the road with the windows open going past a golf course or a field and then you get a strange smell? A chemical type of odor? Or go walking in the country and notice a large area, usually a field, all brown with dead grass. And next to it, alive green grasses and shrubs? Chances are you smell a herbicide being used or you are seeing what it can do to vegetation. Then you start to wonder. Are those chemicals getting into the water table? Is wildlife eating the “treated” vegetation and insects tainted with the chemicals? Or maybe we are taking in the toxins and not even realizing it. It could possibly be in the foods we eat, the air we are breathing everyday or the water that we are drinking. DDT is a colorless contact insecticide that is very toxic. It became banned in the early 1970’s. Gaylord Nelson, a great environmentalist while in office in the state of Wisconsin diliengtly worked to get DDT banned in Wisconsin.
  • Keep Your Dream Alive
    in HealthBy - shahrukh on 07 Mar 2013Young children are full of dreams of what they will do, be, see when they grow up. As adults most of us have given up the habit of having big dreams. Or if we do, never following through with them. Why do so many people let their dreams die unlived? One reason is the negative cynical attitudes of other people. These people are not enemies they are friends, even family members. If our friends are negative towards our dreams or aspirations –our friends can kill our dreams. A person gets excited about the possibility of a new business opportunity or a new idea.
  • Keep Your Dream Alive
    in HealthWeight LossBy - Rahul Awasthi on 07 Mar 2013Young children are full of dreams of what they will do, be, see when they grow up. As adults most of us have given up the habit of having big dreams. Or if we do, never following through with them. Why do so many people let their dreams die unlived? One reason is the negative cynical attitudes of other people. These people are not enemies they are friends, even family members. If our friends are negative towards our dreams or aspirations –our friends can kill our dreams. A person gets excited about the possibility of a new business opportunity or a new idea. They see the opportunity to make money, do more meaningful work, improve their financial future, rise to a personal challenge, and change their lifestyle. They get excited about this stimulating new prospect. But then they tell their neighbor about it over the back fence one evening. The neighbors gets a smirk, a laugh that says, “You can’t do that”, a foot long list of all the problems and obstacles and fifty reasons why they will never make it and are better off to stay where they are.