Competing for Limited Time and Attention As Part of Your Business Model

No matter how great of a product you have or service that you’re providing, as a business person you have to compete for limited time and attention as part of your overall financial model. People are busy! Unless you have some compelling reason for people to give something
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How to Make a Habit of Plugging the Money Leak

In the very fast lives we lead today where practically every little aspect of those lives is outsourced to someone else whom we pay currency in exchange for whatever perceived value we get from them, it can be very easy to basically just throw money away without being aware of
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Three Ways To Afford Your First Home

Buying a home for the first time is a dream for many. It’s a dream that seems quite out of reach for some. Life happens. People fall in love, get married, have kids, get divorced, switch careers, go back to school, and none of it is on the schedule we planned out.
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How to Bump Up Your Credit Score in 30 Days?

Building a good credit score usually takes a considerable amount of time, but you may be able to do it much quicker if you apply the right strategy. That is, in as little as 30 days. In a recent published USA Today article, it is said that a senior loan officer called Ted Rood
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5 Cheapest Cars on the Market

Sometimes all you need or want is simple; just a car that will get you from A to B; no bells and whistles required, the cheapest monthly payment possible and no frills necessary. There are incredibly cheap cars out there, even brand new. Here are five of the cheapest cars
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Pension pots: which gender saves the most in the UK?

In the UK, a third or more contribute nothing to their personal pension pots each month. Looking deeper into the exact figures from True Potential Investor, in Q3 2016, this amounted to 41% of women and 30% of men. Take a look at the graphic below for further breakdown of findings.
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Lifes Curve Balls: 3 Situations You Don’t Want to Save For But Probably Should

To be honest, saving is not high on the priority list of the majority of people and those that it is up there for have a lot of difficulty seeing the action through. Then, there is normal, everyday life. Life is pretty predictable, most of the time. There are good days and bad
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5 Things You May Not Know About Filing Bankruptcy

Filing bankruptcy is no one’s proudest moment in life.  It brings with it a whole slew of reasons to worry and brim over with obnoxious anxiety-ridden thoughts.  The best defense against such disarray of emotion is education.  
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4 Most Common Reasons Businesses Get Bad Yelp Ratings

Online ratings are something that can either make or break a business. The worse reviews you get, the more likely you are to lose business quickly.  One of the first things that most people do when they are considering visiting a business is to look for it on Google.  Whether it
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4 of the best ways to improve your business’s approach to sales

Unless you’re completely satisfied with your order books and you think you’re getting maximum value for money from all your promotional campaigns, the chances are you’ll be able to find ways to improve your company’s approach to sales. Here, we take a look at four of the steps
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