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Wise Words to Live by:

"Thomas Edison dreamed of a lamp that
could be operated by electricity, began
where he stood to put his dream into action,
and despite more than ten thousand failures,
he stood by that dream until he made it a
physical reality. Practical dreamers do not
quit." - Napoleon Hill

"Vigilance in watching opportunity; tact and
daring in seizing upon opportunity; force and
persistence in crowding opportunity to its
utmost of possible achievement & mdash; these are
the martial virtues which must command
success." - Austin Phelps

"Not the maker of plans and promises, but
rather the one who offers faithful service in
small matters. This is the person who is most
likely to achieve what is good and lasting."
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Without inspiration the best powers of the
mind remain dormant. There is a fue ... Read more »
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Tips on how to generate sales from your Website
From what we have observed, niche websites seem to work better then the general store type. Having a website that focuses on a certain type of products will also allow you to enrich the content of your site and overtime you will get better ranking with the search engines.

To increase your sales from your website we recommend the following tips:
Customize your website to make it more unique to the search engines. It's important that you make those changes and then submit your website to the search engines.

For example you can add content to your home page with your own ads and texts that use keywords related to the type of products that you want to sell the most.

You can also write your own about us page with the same approach. Content is important so if you use your keywords in phrases across your website as well as similar words, then this will help you enrich the content of your site ... Read more »
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Imagine you are a cross-mark on a blank canvas, and right below it a sign that says:

"You are HERE!

So, where do you want to go from here?

Most people point UP, as they draw another cross-mark high up on the canvas.

In fact, most of us, if not all, want to move up. You want more joy, more results, more wealth.


But how do you go from where you are now to up there, where you want to be?

You might say; "Take a straight line," "Do one thing at a time," "Focus on what I want",  and so on.

This is all very good... these are all doable answers, but what you can expressively do to get up there, to attain your desires?

Well,  Don, I'm going to tell you what I think is the greatest secret to manifesting whatever you want!

Here it is: Totally appreciate this moment ... Read more »
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So you think you want to do agility?

You may have seen it on television, perhaps Crufts, Olympia or one of those shows where they showcase mad people obsessed with some unusual activity. But how on earth do you get to be a mad person obsessed with agility? Alas, all too easily!

First seen as a display at Crufts in 1978, it was an instant hit, and here we are nearly three decades on and agility is a hugely popular international sport.

So what is Agility?

Dog agility involves the dog negotiating anything up to 20 obstacles, on a course designed by the judge, against the clock.
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Socialization is Not Just for Fun

Socializing your do ... Read more »

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TEACH Yourself or your Children/Grandchildren

It Really is more enjoyable to teach yourself how to play any insrument in YOUR own HOME.
You can enjoy  learning and playing music at home whenever it suits
you, now there's no one to get embarrassed in front of and no
homework you don't like,  you can practice on music of your
choice  and so the more You enjoy it the Easier and the Better it becomes.

(The Videos make it Simple to Follow and Learn)

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