Four Things You Never Repent

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Four Things You Never Repent.


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Early Morning Pictures

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I got up early, took my coffee out to the lamp post next to the park bench and with my coffee, listened to the morning birds and waited for the sun to shine.


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Trial on The Genetic Trail

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We are all different in many ways. We are all the same in some ways. How we became this way has to do with thousands of choices before being born as well as our personal choices afterwards. We owe our very being to our parents and those that came before them. What are you going to make out of the gift that is you? We each have a one time fantastic opportunity, don’t waste it.


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Walk with Me

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When two people share similar good experiences they add another piece to the puzzle of life. Sharing beauty, mystery or any marvel of life with someone is a lasting experience that can never be undone. This will always make that other someone special to both parties. This works with more than two, but two is the least common denominator for sharing.


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The Management Advantage: Environmental Scanning

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This briefing on Environmental Scanning was prepared by Kaitlyn Campbell while a Marketing major in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University.


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The Management Advantage: Sustainability

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This briefing on sustainability was prepared by Anthony J. Sanchez while a Marketing-Advertising major in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University.


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Managerial Statistics Can Improve Your Productivity

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The term statistics is used both to refer to data and methods employed in the collection, tabulations, analysis, presentation, and interpretation of quantitative data. Managerial statistics deals with data and methods which are useful to management executives in planning and controlling organizational activities. Excluded from this text, therefore, are those statistical techniques which have only limited or no practical application to management problems. Similarly, little emphasis is placed upon theoretical or mathematical refinements which may be essential in training a professional statistician but are unnecessary in training a business administrator.


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14 Budget-saving Tips to Improve Your Home

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Whether you own your home or rent, you’ve got to pay all or most of the expenses associated with the property.


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The New Requirement is Converting Into Action

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The new requirement is converting into action.


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Take Advantage of The Calm Before The Storm: Insure Yourself Before Mother Nature Strikes Again

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Whether it’s climate change or simply cyclical, one fact can’t be debated: According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, natural disasters in the U.S. have increased 700 percent since 1950. While disasters can’t be prevented, people and businesses can certainly be prepared in terms of their insurance coverage. This article provides helpful insurance tips from Doug Menges, chief claims officer for Mercury Insurance Group, which provides homeowners and/or auto insurance in regularly storm ravaged states, such as California, Florida, Arizona, New Jersey, Oklahoma and Texas.


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