3 Reasons Why Real Estate Mentors Are a Smart Investment

Real estate is a smart investment. Land and housing prices are soaring, and we've all seen the television shows with people flipping houses and turning a huge profit. A lot of people become rich from real estate investing, but a lot of people also go broke.…continue reading →
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5 Ways VoIP Can Help Your Small Business

Voice over Internet Protocol isn’t new, but new businesses, might not be aware of it. It’s a term you should become familiar with because of the many benefits of using the service for your small business.…continue reading →
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5 Ideas for Your Next Entrepreneurial Vacation (and Why You Need One)

All entrepreneurs need to take breaks every now and then. Taking a vacation is psychologically beneficial and, for the most part, will relieve the stress you feel and help you come back to work more motivated and focused. It’s also good for your physical health, putting you in a healthier state of mind and affording you more time to take care of your body. Perhaps most importantly, taking a vacation mitigates your risk of career burnout, giving you a break from entrepreneurship—which, even if you love it, is highly demanding.…continue reading →
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Half of us are struggling to cope with a long term debt problem

A survey has unveiled the chilling economic realities for Britons today. It showed that nearly half of us feel that we are not able to cope on our current income levels. The survey was conducted by the consumer group 'Which?' and it makes for very alarming reading. The findings also…Keep reading
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20th century listed buildings

Think of a listed building and more often than not you will picture a structure that was built centuries ago and yet has — at least partially — stood the test of time. Not all listed buildings are old and archaic though, since a building can make the list if it’s over 30 years old. Join listed building insurance provider Lycetts as they look at some entries on the listed buildings list, which were only built in the latter half of the past century:…continue reading →
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5 Tips for Hosting a Killer Corporate Event

Corporate events are something that your business may or may not have hosted in the past. But regardless of how you’ve previously done things, now’s a good time to consider throwing a party. In the age of social media and viral word of mouth, a successful corporate event can bring a massive return on investment.…continue reading →
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Remote Workers: Consider Becoming A Digital Nomad

Most people dream of being their own boss, making their own schedule, and working from anywhere in the world. For more than 3.7 million people, that’s reality.…continue reading →
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An Incremental Approach to Improving the Quality of Your Life

There’s no doubt about the fact that the quality of one’s life is directly linked with amount of money they have access to. I specifically say that it’s money they have access to instead of money they have at their disposal in cash because it’s not about how much you have in your pocket as some cash you can spend at will. If anything that represents an approach to handling your finances which eats away at the wealth you might have managed to build up. Money sitting idle as cash loses value over time.…continue reading →
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Three Ways to Make Your Corporate Event Bigger and Better

Making an event bigger doesn’t necessarily mean hiring a larger venue, although it can. Smaller events can punch above their weight when they make a big impact and linger in the memories of those who attend.…continue reading →
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5 Reasons People Mistakenly Think CRM Software Is Unnecessary

CRM software isn’t simple, and it’s not cheap. Does that mean you shouldn’t use it? Not by any means. CRM software is one of the most effective tools you could ever use in your marketing campaign.…continue reading →
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