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4 Tricks for Constructing Your Own Brick and Mortar Business (673 hits)
As a potential business owner going to business school, the decision to branch into a self-constructed brick and mortar business can be both exciting and scary. Exciting, because you’ve found enough success that you’re to the point where ...
Posted Monday, March 5th 2018 at 2:11PM
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4 Secrets to Handling Serious Business Growth (797 hits)
When a business explodes, many entrepreneurs find it difficult to keep up with the sudden and increased growth. Issues that were relatively inconsequential just a few months before can quickly become time-consuming and expensive problems. Even though ...
Posted Thursday, March 1st 2018 at 1:43PM
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4 Ways You Can Specialize in Law School and Stand Out from Your Peers (667 hits)
Law students who are looking for an advantage over their peers often choose to specialize their studies in order to capitalize on niche expertise once they enter the job market. As the scope and depth of laws broaden, specialization is a necessary st ...
Posted Tuesday, February 27th 2018 at 11:01AM
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4 Ways to Keep Your Home Cleaner and More Organized (4171 hits)
Some say that cleaning is a never ending chore, while others feel their time is well spent behind the vacuum cleaner. Regardless of where you stand on it, cleaning is a necessary part of life. If the chore falls on you, consider these four tips to si ...
Posted Friday, February 23rd 2018 at 11:25AM
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School Sports? What You Need To Know About Title IX (640 hits)
Title IX is one of the most important pieces of legislation about which a coach should know. Unfortunately, most coaches arenít given enough education about the legislation. Below are the facts you need to know about Title IX. To Whom It Applies Ti ...
Posted Thursday, October 19th 2017 at 4:36PM
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Education Endorsement: 3 Ways You Can Help Young People Succeed (565 hits)
If you've ever had the notion of wanting young people to succeed in their studies, there's no reason not to act on it. Young people are, after all, the future, and many of them can use adult guidance and help. You can change a lot of lives as well as ...
Posted Tuesday, September 19th 2017 at 11:18AM
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3 Ways Extracurricular Sports Influence More Than Education (770 hits)
Image Source: Pexels While it's true being very good at sports can net you a college scholarship, participation in extracurricular sports has far more influence on how your life ultimately pans out than that. Involvement positively influences your ...
Posted Tuesday, August 29th 2017 at 1:03PM
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4 Strategies To Help Your Children Develop A Better Vocabulary (1041 hits)
Children who love to learn naturally do well in their academic studies. Their developing minds seek out and retain new information as a matter of course. A growing vocabulary is part of this ability to absorb new learning, because it provides the bas ...
Posted Thursday, August 17th 2017 at 3:27PM
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4 Pre-K Strategies To Help Your Kids Get Off To The Best Start (511 hits)
Kindergarten is just down the road for your kids, and you might be worried whether or not they are ready. This is a common anxiety for parents, both new and experienced, and it's not always unfounded. But there are a lot of ways you can prepare your ...
Posted Monday, August 7th 2017 at 12:26PM
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3 Educational Pathways To Consider If You Love Technology (526 hits)
Technology is the future, and has been the catalyst for the formation of many interesting careers and educational paths. If you love technology, you're in luck because there are many in demand tech degrees and careers you can pursue. Consider taking ...
Posted Tuesday, June 20th 2017 at 3:29PM
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Help Or Hindrance? 3 Ways Technology Significantly Impacts Education (1415 hits)
As education adopts more of the latest technology hitting the market, the use of such technologies ultimately changes how students approach the learning process. In certain situations, technology can augment how students learn and grasp the material they are studying. In other situations, technology ...
Posted Thursday, May 11th 2017 at 11:02AM
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Graduating College? 4 Priceless Tips For Transitioning To Your Career (546 hits)
A lot of college students believe that they have plenty of time before graduation to prepare for the challenge of finding a job that both pays the bills and fulfills their career dreams. In reality, your senior year of college will fly by quickly. In ...
Posted Monday, May 8th 2017 at 3:02PM
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Scientific Success: 3 Strategies For Safety In The School Lab (567 hits)
Running a successful school science program means implementing a comprehensive safety program in the school science lab. Scientific success relies heavily upon students being able to perform their laboratory tasks safely, in an environment in which s ...
Posted Wednesday, March 29th 2017 at 12:47PM
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Book Worm? 3 College Majors You'll Thrive In (456 hits)
It has long been known that voracious reading expands your view of the world, fosters a creative imagination, and provides connections with other ways of thinking that significantly contribute to satisfaction with life. People who love to read typica ...
Posted Thursday, December 15th 2016 at 1:30PM
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