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1. Fill-In-The-Blank Bio Templates to Write Your Personal or Professional Bio
Written by: Barbra Sundquist | Distributed: | Word Count: 654 | Page Views: 107335
It's not hard to write a personal or professional bio when you use the fill-in-the-blank bio templates provided in this article. All you have to do is choose one or two sentences from each of the four categories and add your details. The result will be a first-rate personal or professional bio.
2. How To Use The Most Powerful Force In Selling To Magnetize Customers To Your Product Or Service!
Written by: Dan Lok | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1949
What is the most powerful, irresistible, GUARANTEED way to get customers interested in your product or service? Did you guess 'low price'? Wrong. Do you think it's 'free?' Try again. 'Guaranteed'? Sorry -- wrong again. The answer is simple, but some of the most brilliant copywriters in the world aren't 'keyed in' to this #1 consumer magnet, so don't feel bad if you don't know what I'm talking about... yet. You will. The fact is...
3. TAKING RESPONSIBILITY - LIFE'S BIGGEST QUESTION
Written by: Richard Sparky Bryan | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 11549
When did Americans stop taking responsibility for their own actions? My friend agreed that the slide began in the late 1960's with the growth of the drug culture. But he was quick to emphasize that although the sixties began the slide, the real sharp slope did not arrive until the 1990's. Along about 1993, the slide began to sharpen. It was not until early 1998 that the slope became a steep cliff.
5. How To Avoid Being A Victim Of Crime
Written by: Gerald E. Veale | Distributed: | Word Count: 1036 | Page Views: 6274
This article is dedicated to keeping all of us aware of our surroundings and how we can learn to protect ourselves and our loved ones from criminal attacks by using all available resources. I will highlight awareness, tactics and technological advances as ways to make us all safer in our increasingly dangerous surroundings.
6. Oyster Extract Improves Men's Sexual Health
Written by: Stephen Kavanagh | Distributed: | Word Count: 851 | Page Views: 26343
Description of the benefits of taking oyster extract powder for good sexual health in men and women. Details of the features and benefits, the different brands, the alternatives and advice on choosing the right oyster extract product.
7. Can the Beverages You Drink Interact With Your Blood Thinner?
Written by: Marcus Stout | Distributed: | Word Count: 830 | Page Views: 6351
Warfarin and its counterparts are commonly prescribed prescription medications today. Warfarin is a blood thinner, and is used primarily to prevent blood clots in patients with cardiovascular disease, or who are otherwise at a higher than average risk of stroke or heart attack.
8. 3 Hard Nosed, Can't Lose Ways To Get More Results Out Of Your Home Business In 2004
Written by: Gary Baker | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1026
These following 3 ways are NOT for the weak of will or day dreamers. What follows is for serious, hard working individuals who want real results and are willing to do what it takes to succeed.
9. Vacation Home Swaps - Are They Right For You?
Written by: Jeb Maxwell | Distributed: | Word Count: 1070 | Page Views: 2188
Home swaps or home exchanges are a different kind of vacation experience. Generally, it simply requires finding a home owner who lives in the place you would like to visit and having them desire to visit your hometown, and then the two of you can agree to specific terms of exchange, to swap homes for a specific time frame. Read this article to learn more about this low-cost travel and vacation opportunity.
10. Why Has Personal Responsibility Disappeared?
Written by: Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success | Distributed: | Word Count: 529 | Page Views: 1990
Where has responsibility disappeared to in your life and those around you?
11. Six Service Principles For Delighting Internal Customers
Written by: Charles Dominick, C.P.M., SPSM | Distributed: | Word Count: 0 | Page Views: 1544
The word 'customer' evokes images of an individual standing at a cash register, ready to fork over cash for a product that she's just purchased. This is an example of an 'external' customer.
12. Product Mislabeling Makes Recalls Likely
Written by: Norm Howe | Distributed: | Word Count: 612 | Page Views: 5433
What happens when drug or medical device manufacturers mislabel their products? The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regularly monitors labels for false claims and errors, often pulling whole lots of product for which it finds a problem. Case in point: a recent nationwide recall of Encore Tablets, a dietary supplement sold in health food stores, via the internet and by mail order nationwide and in Canada.
13. The Importance Of Memorizing The Times Tables
Written by: Susan Jarema | Distributed: | Word Count: 824 | Page Views: 26295
Students who have mastered multiplication gain a solid foundation in mathematics that will help them throughout middle school, high school and beyond. The following are the answer to common questions that parents ask in my multiplication workshops.
14. 10 Great Ways to Ensure Your Child's Success in Math
Written by: Susan Jarema | Distributed: | Word Count: 885 | Page Views: 2964
In today's information age, data is doubling faster than ever before. Kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes - I can't keep up! The math curriculum in schools is much larger, yet schools are required to teach it with increasingly limited resources. This leaves students and parents with the important task of supplementing education at home. Parents truly need to be partners in the learning process to ensure that our children stay ahead.
15. Tired and Run Down - Or Only Looking that Way?
Written by: Kamau Austin | Distributed: | Word Count: 838 | Page Views: 8204
Dark circles can make us look older and more tired than we really are. It is reported that 9 out of 10 people will experience dark circles and puffiness in the eye area during some point in their lives. While most of us will be affected by this problem, the causes are not all the same.
16. Gain Weight Naturally With Proteins
Written by: Chris Francis | Distributed: | Word Count: 667 | Page Views: 3370
In my last article, I talked about how I gained 12 pounds of muscle naturally in two months with a few simple lifestyle changes. But when it came to diet, I'll admit, I was pretty vague. So now I will get more specific on the different types of food I included in my diet, and when the best time to eat them is, to gain weight naturally.
17. Build Muscle by Producing More Blood Cells
Written by: Masszymes (Matt Gallant) | Distributed: | Word Count: 1079 | Page Views: 3394
It is logical to think that to build muscle you must workout, but you can also have a situation where you work hard and your muscle mass stays the same. If this happens to you, no need to be alarmed. This article will show you how to overcome this. You will learn that if you have been following the same workout regime for months, rested well and ate right without results, it might be because you are not having the compounds the body needs for building muscle. This specific compound is called blood. Indeed, muscle blood cells build muscle.
18. How to Gain Muscle with Carbs
Written by: Chris Francis | Distributed: | Word Count: 563 | Page Views: 2998
Contrary to many of the health magazines we read, carbohydrates are vitally important when it comes to gaining muscle naturally. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for all body functions, cellular processes, thinking, breathing, and muscular exertion. People say many contradicting things about carbs but the truth is that carbs can be good and bad. And too many 'good' carbs can be bad!
19. Increase Your Nutrient Absorption - Increase Your Muscle Mass
Written by: Asger Haug | Distributed: | Word Count: 968 | Page Views: 3461
Everyone needs nutrients to build muscle. Digestion is a hard energy demanding task for our bodies. Sometimes we eat in a way that actually strips away our nutrients. Discover the secrets of perfect digestion and absorption. The article contains information about how maximum digestion and assimilation of nutrients can be obtained through proper and right food combinations.
20. How to Gain Muscle with Fats
Written by: Chris Francis | Distributed: | Word Count: 772 | Page Views: 2787
The scoop on fat is that just like carbs, good fats are good, bad fats are bad and too much of them - of anything really, is not good for you. Saturated fats are very important to gain solid muscle naturally, contrary to what many people think. And there are many cholesterol-containing foods that that tend to get a bad rap but they, too, are necessary for muscle growth. It is the hydrogenated, partially-hydrogentated, and trans-fatty acid fats that should be avoided at ALL costs.
21. Gain Weight by Using Your Brain
Written by: Asger Haug | Distributed: | Word Count: 1300 | Page Views: 3497
If you have problems gaining weight or if you're looking for a way to gain weight faster, you need to read this article. Your nervous system, and the way you use it, has tremendous power over your bodily functions taking place at this very moment. Let's take a look at what might have been preventing you from getting the results you want and how to get what you want.
22. 3 Surefire Ways to Build Muscle and Get Lean
Written by: Rochelle Moreno | Distributed: | Word Count: 858 | Page Views: 3205
People make building muscle and losing fat much more difficult than it has to be - it's not complicated. It's just a simple formula in need of minor adjustments - calories in + calories out = weight loss or weight gain. This article reveals 3 surefire ways you can build muscle and get lean.
23. Classic Rock Performers Who Have Had A Lasting Influence On Music
Written by: Braden Aalders | Distributed: | Word Count: 1071 | Page Views: 4091
Classic rock is a fundamental part of American history. Many of today's leading bands can trace their styles back to the influence of certain musicians. While every song made available to the world has had an impact on the music industry, there are certain performers who will eternally stand at the forefront of music.
24. Celebrities And Their Favorite Flower Finds
Written by: Wesley Berry, AAF | Distributed: | Word Count: 756 | Page Views: 8201
While we all have our own choices of favorite flowers, the top picks for the latest flower trends and bouquets take more than a trip to the local florist.
25. One Star that Doesn't Need to Shine: The truth behind the Order of the Eastern Star
Written by: Siobhan Gamble | Distributed: | Word Count: 831 | Page Views: 12104
Standing firm by the side of the organization that many of us know as Freemasonry, is a woman's auxiliary which was founded in 1868 known as the Order of the Eastern Star. It is the largest Fraternal Organization in the world. Also known as the "Star", OES is only open to women with specific Masonic affiliation and men who are Master Masons.
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