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Join the Sharing Cities Network From Mira Luna, Neal Gorenflo, and team Shareable. Imagine a city where everyone’s needs are met because people make the personal choice to share. Where everyone can create meaningful livelihoods. Sales & Marketing Advice I’m going to increase my writing about sales & marketing in the near future. I put a few posts up front that I have already covered in the Startup Series. But I will soon begin a discussion about sales methodologies. Stay tuned. 7 Survival Hacks That Could Save Your Life Everyone should know these 7 genius life hacks and always be prepared. You won’t need any special equipment for these ideas, which could save your life. This fantastic post will show you how to use a cereal box to cook, create an oil lantern with items you already have and a natural way to keep mosquitoes away. Perfect for emergency situations, power shortages or just for keen campers. To get all 7 hacks, visit off-grid.info and watch the short video here…

High-Intensity Interval Training: The Ultimate Guide Get the story behind high-intensity interval training (HIIT), its muscle-building and fat-burning benefits, and how you can integrate it into your workouts! Have you ever compared the physique of a world-class distance runner with that of a world-class sprinter? The sprinter's body resembles that of a Greek Adonis, with chiseled arms and powerful quads, while the skinny-fat distance runner makes Richard Simmons look like a Mr. Olympia contender. These different body compositions point to the fact that not all cardio is created equal, which is why it's important to choose a form of cardio that meets your goals.

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The Sharing Solution » 20 Questions to Discuss When You Share When you sit down to discuss the details of a sharing arrangement, here is a list of 20 categories of questions to discuss. It may not be quite as entertaining as a good old fashioned game of “Twenty Questions,” but it can be interesting and revealing. Without realizing it, sharers sometimes have different expectations about what they’ll be sharing, how often, for what reasons, or with whom. By working through these issues early on, you’ll build the foundation for a smooth sharing operation. Brainfluence: 5 Brain Tricks to Make Customers Buy Roger Dooley wants your business to succeed. So he's laying down the facts and dissecting recent brain and behavior research to enable you to tap into consumers' brains. Fact No. 1: People aren't always rational thinkers. In truth, research shows that a huge amount of decision-making is actually based on subconscious factors. In both his new book, Brainfluence, and in a recent interview, Dooley offered several ways to use "neuromarketing" to do a better job persuading consumers. 1.

31 Days of Living Well & Spending Zero by Ruth Soukup on October 16 This is the sixteenth day of my 31 Days of Living Well & Spending Zero challenge. To read all the posts in order, start with Day One or visit the Overview Page. I love me a good DiY project! Can You Get a Total-Body Workout in 7 Minutes? You've probably heard of the 7-minute workout, a full-body routine you can do just about anytime, anywhere. All you need is a chair, a wall, and your own body weight. The workout is a form of high-intensity interval training. The 10 Best Coupon Sites That Will Help You Save Money In September, The New York Times gave a primer on the brief history of coupon use in America and highlighted a noticeable increase in the use of coupons since the decline of the economy. “Coupon redemption in America peaked in 1992, at the end of a recession, when 7.9 billion coupons were redeemed, according to Inmar, a coupon-processing company. By 2006, that number fell to 2.6 billion and stagnated there through 2008. (if this and the paragraph below are all one quote, they need to be together…)As the economy worsened and consumer sentiment plunged, coupon redemption ticked up 10 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008, compared with the period a year ago — the first jump in coupon redemption since the early 1990s.

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