Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Candy Bar Sermon

By Nathan Bright I buried the Snickers on a mountain overlooking a pristine lake. The other hikers in my group ate theirs days prior…like animals, but not me. A candy bar was given to us halfway through our 150 mile … Continue reading

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Is A Direct Sales Business Your Answer to Working from Home?

One of the benefits of a ‘business in a box’ is that part of your success will be based on your ability to duplicate certain skills that are common across many sales organizations. These include Network Marketing Skills, Communication Skills, … Continue reading

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Work/Life Balance Part III – Get A Day Planner

Having a planner – whether it be paper or electronic – is the first step to getting yourself organized. However, just having a planner in your possession isn’t enough – you need to use it and maximize it to make … Continue reading

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You too, Can Become a Work at Home Parent

If you are like most working parents, you’d prefer that your child not see a nanny, or the inside of a daycare, more than they see you. Well, here is some good news: becoming a self-employed parent is a possibility … Continue reading

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How to Tighten Your Wallet and Enjoy Your New Lifestyle

So, you’ve decided to become a full time stay-at-home parent. Re-evaluating your budget is one of the hardest first steps to letting go of that second income because it means you are going to have to let some things go. … Continue reading

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