Archive for January, 2010

Let’s Concentrate on Personal Development!

Yazan: admin | 28 January 2010 | No Comments
Categories: Self Improvement

These days, watching TV, listening to the radio, reading newspapers or internet news is real torture: nothing but sickening scenes, a horrible litany of killings, bombings, murder, rape…

Bounced Checks in Your Business Location Outlets

Yazan: admin | 26 January 2010 | No Comments
Categories: Strategic Planning

The new check cashing instant clearing will take some time to get use to. If checks clear immediately and deposits take a few days then franchise outlets may find more bounced checks in their establishment.

Could a Book About Your Company be Worth $1.7 Billion? Building Value Through Publishing

Yazan: admin | 24 January 2010 | No Comments
Categories: Entrepreneurialism

“Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) to purchase Clayton Homes for $12.50 in cash per share. Deal worth $1.7 Billion.”

Physical Activity and Less?

Yazan: admin | 24 January 2010 | No Comments
Categories: Health and Fitness

What is the best form of physical activity? The one you will actually do. You see, everyone is different. How can there be any one form of physical activity that is best for everyone? And the good news is, it can be something different every day. You can walk one day, run another, go swimming […]

Soy Phytoestrogens and the Art of Propaganda

Yazan: admin | 23 January 2010 | No Comments
Categories: Nutrition

In this newsletter we will discuss the current controversy about soy phytoestrogens. The established literature to date is replete with studies that find soy phytoestrogens beneficial to disease prevention including prevention of breast cancer. There is, however, some current literature coming from a publication know as Nexus Magazine which, for the most part, parrots the […]

21 Questions to Ask Any List Service Before You Sign on With Them

Yazan: admin | 23 January 2010 | No Comments
Categories: Ezine Publishing

If you publish an e-mail newsletter, or “e-zine,” you’ll need to sign on with a list service (or “listserve”) to manage your subscriber list. There are many types of listserves out there, so here are some guidelines to help you choose one that’s right for you.