What I Did When My Dad Died

What I Did When My Dad Died Avatar Posted by jonrhodesuk2 under Success Stories
From http://www.affiliatehelp.info 117 days ago
Made Hot by: lyceum on April 10, 2014 10:23 pm
Here's my story of when my Dad died in 2008. It was obviously a difficult time. This is what I did to help myself and my family... Read More
So you want to become a smarter blogger huh? Well read on… I’ve been blogging for coming up to 4 years this July, wow how time does fly. In that time I’ve hit some serious highs and some serious lows. Blogging for me, as it probably is for so many other dedicated bloggers out there, is a lifet Read More
People always ask me, “what are the best products to sell from home“? While this seems like it would be an easy question to answer it really depends on your personality, interests, and passions.

The neat thing about selling products from home is there isn’t just one route to take. The products t Read More
You know that feeling of euphoria when you finally accomplish or achieve a long-term goal. It could be something like paying off a credit card, a car loan, student loan debt, or even your house. It could be hitting a certain income threshold at your day job or hitting a milestone with your retireme Read More
By Annie Davis

During his career, Bill Gates revolutionized personal computing with Microsoft’s Windows operating system. After stepping down as CEO of Microsoft, he dedicated his time and money to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has financed developments in agriculture, healthcare, a Read More

Woman Inventor - Josephine Cochran

Woman Inventor - Josephine Cochran Avatar Posted by swiggies under Success Stories
From http://www.creativeinnovationgroup.com 123 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on March 31, 2014 4:40 pm
If you’re like most people, washing dishes is a chore. Okay, maybe it’s just me. But back in 1886 a woman inventor named Josephine Cochran thought the same thing. Technically Joel Houghton patented a dish washing machine, but it was a wooden machine that just splashed water on dishes. Josephine wan Read More

12 Game-Changing Business Books

12 Game-Changing Business Books Avatar Posted by dschneid2010 under Success Stories
From http://www.selfmadebusinessman.com 130 days ago
Made Hot by: tiroberts on March 29, 2014 11:28 pm
I’ve never really been a big reader.
Once I started traveling though, I started to have a lot more free time. Time spent in planes, trains, and automobiles. Time spent at hostels. Eventually I decided to fill this gap with reading.


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The lies high school told me about my future job prospects were frustrating. It took a while, but I eventually figured it alllllllll out. :| Read More
For anyone not familiar with TweakYourBiz.com, it’s an international, business advice community and online publication which is owned by Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends. Today it is read by over 100,000 business people each month (140,000 unique visitors, Google Analytics, December, 2013). Read More
Ruth Handler’s claim to fame as a woman inventor and woman innovator is that she invented the Barbie Doll. But Ruth’s resume was much bigger than that. She started off in 1945 as the co-founder of the toy company Mattel, which made toy furniture, music boxes, plastic mirrors, and picture frames.
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