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How to Get Anything You Want

How to Get Almost Anything You Want Wouldn’t it be cool if you could get almost anything you wanted? It sounds like a dream, but to some extent, and if done correctly, it can be achieved. In this post I will share how I had one of the world’s most famous comedians and tv stars write jokes for me, saved thousands of dollars, and was able to get my hands on stuff before almost anyone else on the planet. For this tasty little recipe, you will need the following ingredients: * A big spoon of hustle * Big cojones (balls) * The right mindset and strategy Before we dive into this, I must stress that credit for this must go to my dad… he always used to say “Dean, if you don’t ask, you don’t get”… and it was later in life that I realised how true this was. I once remember my dad getting 20% off a pair of shoes at a local market… he did this by a) asking, b) claiming to be a fellow market trader. A little naughty, but there is nothing wrong with a healthy dose of hustle. What’s the worst that can happen? So here’s the story…

How to Find Anything Online - 64 Tools and Tips to Search Smarter | Roundup Searching through the petabytes of fact, fiction, and rumor that make up the World Wide Web is no mean task. It's like wandering through a library without a filing system or a card catalog. Portals like Yahoo! evolved as manageable entry points to this ever-growing repository. While each search engine is different, they are more closely related than ever, as shown in the chart " Search Web ." Given the vast amounts of information on any given subject, simply indexing is not enough. While some detractors point out that this strategy may ultimately drive popularity instead of following it, Google's success is undeniable: It's a household name. Yet even Google has a long way to go. In the pages that follow, we offer reviews of five popular general-purpose search engines.

How To Find the answer to almost ANYTHING. The Book of Google Yes it might seem like IT professionals are doing something very secretive and cleaver but often they are just holders of the Book of Google. Thanks to their incredible efforts to create the most universal search ever made Google and the tireless efforts of so many internet users on forums, blogs and websites there’s almost nothing that can’t be answered by a quick search. There is however a couple things this system of research throws up. First there is actually a right way and wrong way to use Google for research, the thing you’ve got to remember about the internet is that it’s driven on opinion so don’t just take the first link at the top of the search as a golden rule, make sure you scan at least the first five or so and keep refining your search terms often it’s not the obvious question that holds the answer. Already I find myself merely gathering information and not contributing all that often. In Conclusion

Find Anything Organize everything. Find anything. Get instant access to all your ideas and information There's is no limit to the amount of stuff you can add to TheBrain. You can literally create your digital memory for anything and everything. As your Brain grows you can find and discover the important details that would otherwise be forgotten. Easy Integration with All Files and Web Pages Web pages, documents, emails, notes, pictures… All types of digital information can be captured in your Brain in seconds. The Fastest Search in the West! If it’s in your Brain, it’s instantly available. Ready for Anything Instant activate enables you to be ready for anything even life’s surprise. Context for Action In addition to getting the detail you need, by seeing how your information fits into everything else, you gain a sense of control, an immediate visual briefing on how things are related.

How to Find Your Passion for Anything There’s a big myth in our culture: that passion can only be spontaneous. You either love your job or you don’t. You either enjoy exercising or hate it. I disagree. By tweaking the activities and pursuits you engage in, you can find a passion for anything. The benefit is that you end up loving the things you have to do anyways. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Image by catch the dream Find Free Stuff with Anything 4 Free . com How to: find ANYTHING on the Internet Photo by Dullhunk Tips, tricks and resources to help you find that digital needle in the huge cyber-haystack. Learning to navigate the World Wide Web effectively is an important skill, and there are lots of different ways for you to find the information you are looking for. Whilst the following list of tips and websites is by no means exhaustive – and we’ve missed out on some massive topics except travel, which deserve a post in their own right – they should be enough to get you started. Using Google Operator Hacks One of the things I love about Google is its clean layout – just type your query and hit enter. Here is a selection of some useful ones: And don’t forget if you want to visit a site that is down, or that your company’s server won’t let you access, you can view the Cached version to see a Google snapshot of that page from when it was last crawled. Photo by author. Online Research Biblical text: Find specific text from the Bible at BibleGateway. Photo by Shirone Koeuro

12 Principles The Twelve Principles My method is based on what I call the Twelve Principles—a set of precepts designed to lead you directly to any lost object. Like a bloodhound! The Twelve Principles are: 1. These Principles are the core of my method. Let’s find that missing object of yours. On to Principle One!

Everything — How To Find Anything | Breathe: Because it's better than Valium Parked next to me when I left the health food store yesterday were two stress-out ladies. They rifled through the front seat of their white Yukon looking for something–keys/credit card/awesome red lipstick? I don’t know. They looked between the seats, underneath the seats, under the car, behind the tires. They needed my secret weapon, the soldier I borrowed from the Catholics 20 years ago: St. The summer when I was 16, I lost my keys somewhere in our big grocery chain, Dillon’s. When I found Beth again and jingled my missing keys for her, she told me she had asked St. The dilemma As I (very discretely) stalked/watched the ladies in the Yukon try to find the lost mystery object, me and me had a convo: -I should ask them if they’ve asked St. -You can’t reach your head in someone’s Yukon and offer them a saint. -But it works. -No. -This is obviously something important. -You can’t. Because I didn’t make a difference for them, I want to make it for you. Prayer Proof St. Photo Via Keo 101

How to Find Anything Obligations Home Donate New Search Gallery Reviews How-To Books Links Workshops About Contact How to Find Anything © 2012 KenRockwell.com. All rights reserved. Use this link to get to eBay whenever you buy and it helps me write more like this, thanks! Ken. March 2012 top of How to Win at eBay Index of detail pages A reader asked if I wanted to sell him some weird old gizmo I'd written about, since he can't find one anyplace. The key is patience, be it for a weird accessory, a wife, or that perfect cherry SL500 or 30-year old portable digital audio recorder. Here's how I find anything and everything weird: 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) If you miss that option while saving your search, go to My eBay > Saved Searches and find that search. Be patient. No mater how weird some of the stuff I've wanted, like 50-year old LEICA SOOGZ adapters to put 39mm filters on my screw-mount A36 lenses, everything always turns up. If you expect to win the item, make sure you know How To Win at eBay, which says bid high and bid last.

The Secrets of Search: How to Find Anything on the Web To fully participate in this electronic, interactive and live session, please check your system (or ask your IT department) to ensure it meets the following requirements: Supported OS, Browser and Additional Requirements Microsoft® Windows® 98 SE, 2000, XP, Windows VistaTM Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate, Business, or Enterprise (32-bit or 64-bit editions) Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher Netscape Navigator 7.1 AOL 9 Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or higher Macintosh (OS X 10.2, 10.3, 10.4) Safari 1.1 or higher Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or higher Linux Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or higher Solaris Mozilla 1.7 or higher Additional Requirements: Macromedia Flash Player 8 or higher Macromedia Flash Player 9 or higher for Linux and Solaris Minimum bandwidth requirement is 56 kb/sec Important tip - Please allow 15 minutes prior to joining a session to conduct your set-up and testing!

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