Month: November 2011

8 Incredibly Helpful Ways To Survive in A Hostile Work Place …

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A Hostile Work Place can be a huge log on your road to success, a stone in your shoe, an obstacle on your track but it should definitely not keep you from reaching your final destinations! You see, many successful people had to deal with their hostile work place once and they’ve not only lived to tell about it but learned a few important lessons along the way! You can survive and even succeed in your hostile work place as well and here are a few tips to help you do that:

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3 Simple Steps to Making Money From Any Passion

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Is it possible to have your passion also be your core source of income?

We seem to hear more and more stories of people reaching the promised land, but is it really possible for the everyday person? Or are those ‘lucky few’ just that— lucky?

After years of research I have good news for you…

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Reheat Pizza in a Skillet to Bring Back Crispy Crusts [Video]

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Instead of microwaving your leftover cold pizza to make soggy hot pizza, reheat the pizza slices in a large skillet on medium heat for 4-5 minutes with a domed lid for the pizza made with aluminum foil to help reflect heat back to the toppings without trapping steam inside.

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7 Reasons You’re Not Generating Leads From Social Media

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Social media is a great inbound marketing tool that allows businesses and marketing teams to interact with prospects, cater to customers, promote their content, and yes, generate leads. When a business uses social media right, prospective customers have the opportunity to access great content and information via a platform they already populate and actually want to gather said content and information.

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10 Quick Tips to Get the Most from Microsoft Office

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We have published some useful tips and tricks for getting the most out of Office 2010 and 2007. This article compiles 10 of the best tips and tricks we have covered.

Create a Customized Tab on the Office 2010 Ribbon

Office 2007 included the new Ribbon interface which some people found awkward and confusing to use. However, Office 2010 added a new feature that allows you to create your own custom tabs on the Ribbon. You can group specific commands that you use most often on your custom tabs for faster and easier document creation and editing... http://tpt.to/a29NFK9

Baking Perfect Shortbread

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Rich and buttery, good shortbread is one of those treats that is far above the realm ordinary biscuits.

Shortbread has been around for hundreds of years and it depends on where you are from and personal preferences as to what you like but in general the word “short” when used in cooking, applies to something with a high butter/fat content and a crumbling texture. Hence shortbread is definitively a buttery sweet biscuit.

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