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Archive for September, 2007

Seven P for Me

So you thought I would forget that I was tagged with this one too did you Dan? I never forget being double-dog dared so here’s my response to the Seven P’s challenge originally started by Joanne. Persuasion I work in an office. Things need to get done. It’s either this or throwing myself out the [...]

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Around the Blogs and Back Again – Marketing Edition

I’m always interested in hearing new ideas about how to better implement my marketing ideas and get more value form my site. Would you believe that there are blogs that actually write about the exact topics that I was looking for? That’s right! They’re out there if you know where to look. Let me save [...]

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Seperate or Separate?

I was tagged again by Dan at dcrblogs.com in For the Sentence was Wrong and I Have Typed It Rightly. This time it was to identify the pieces of my writing that cause me the most trouble. I’m having a lot of fun with these challenges and at least this one isn’t the huge project [...]

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Review: Millionaire Maker

I just finished a book called The Millionaire Maker: Act, Think, and Make Money the Way the Wealthy Do by Loral Langemeier. The reason I picked this book for the week was because Loral is one of the contributors to The Secret. Since I enjoyed that book so much, I thought I would read more [...]

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Around the Blogs and Back Again v3

My wife has been gone for the last three days on a trip. I’ve been home alone with my little guy and I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to survive having another one in January! Sure I’ve found the time to write on my blog but have you seen my house? How can [...]

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How Do You Make Your $89,000 Each Year?

I read an article online in a Canadian newspaper today that had the headline: $89,000 puts Canadians in top 5% of tax filers Of course, I had to stop and read this article because it interested me so much. The information comes from the latest Canadian statistics data (Census 2004) showing the percentage of tax [...]

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Net Out Even

I had a meeting with a client last week and we were discussing options for his multiple properties and what the costs would be for moving his operation. The funny thing was, the more we talked about it, the more it seemed like every alternative we came up with had a zero benefit once all [...]

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A Dark and Stormy Night – Interlude

If you are just finding this story for the first time then STOP HERE! You need to read part 1 of the story: Dark and Stormy Night – The Setup before you move on to part two: Interlude. As you may have read, this is a challenge from dcrblogs.com that I have decided to put [...]

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Seven Ways To Be An Unsuccessful Blogger

While not an exhaustive list, here are some very important things not to do as a new blogger. Get dial-up internet hooked up to save money on high-speed Make your posts infrequent and spanning numerous topics Don’t use spaces, punctuation or spell check Don’t read other people’s blogs (you already know everything anyways) Create 100 [...]

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Midweek Ramble 2007-09-19

I’m sorry I wasn’t able to post part two of my Dark and Stormy Night article. I was called away on business and simply have not had time to get the posting ready. If you haven’t read it already, have a read at Part 1 of Dark and Stormy Night. Grand Slam On a positive [...]

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