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3 Scary Truths about Multi-Tasking (and 5 Ways to Stop)

How can you, "Do one thing. Do it well," when you're doing twenty things at once?

11 Ways to Incorporate Video into Your Business

The Internet has driven down many business costs, including the cost of delivering your message via video.

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4 Keys to Creating Loyal Customers

Customer relationships are just like any other kind of relationship. To grow strong, they need to be nourished with honesty, attention and communication.

5 Ways to Stop Stunting Your Growth

Are you restraining your company's growth?

6 Ways for Business Travelers to get a Good Night’s Sleep

For business travelers life on the road is not a vacation. But with some planning, you can make business travel less of a grind.

3 Ways to Use Your Social Networks Effectively

Your social networks, online and off, can be powerful business building tools. Here's how to make the most of them.

4 Ways to Treat Your Customers Like People

Your customers are people, too. So treat them that way!

How to Communicate Effectively

In the age of too much communication, getting your voice heard means keeping your messages clear, simple and direct.

That extra weight is costing you money

The New York Times has a story on the extra cost of being overweight. There is another consequence to packing on extra weight: being fat costs money — tens of thousands of dollars over a lifetime. [more]

Top 20 savvy living stories you missed this year

A look at the 20 stories in 2006 that touched my life in a positive, non-inappropriate kind of way. Savvy living stories from awesome people [more]

Flower Power - A Guide to Frugal Valentine's Flowers

Flowers can be a huge expense on Valentine's Day - here's how to avoid spending a wad of cash on something that will be dead in a week anyway.

How I Got Over My Haggling Hatred

I used to really hate haggling. That vain, self-conscious part of me that doesn't want to appear cheap, or worse, stingy, has always had an aversion to haggling. [more]

Best Money Tips: Make Christmas Shopping Simple

Today we found some awesome articles on making Christmas shopping simple, financial moves to consider for 2012, and mythbusting extreme couponing.

Some of the Best Personal Finance Videos I've Found

While I can't post the actual videos because of copywrite issues, CNNs free money videos are positively inspiring. That is, they inspire to to understand more about money, how to save it, and how not to lose it. [more]

The State Sales Tax Holiday is coming...

...if you're lucky enough to live in Tennessee. [more]

Last Minute Tax-Filing? Extended Post Office Hours and More

Isn't it weird that there isn't a central list of post offices at, oh I don't know, say, USPS.com, that tells you which post office branches are going to be open late tonight for last-minute filers? [more]

AT&T Offers $10 DSL Plans

Thanks to AT&T’s acquisition of Bell South Corp, customers in 22 states are being offered DSL packages for $10 per month. The catch is that AT&T has yet to advertise this package, and information regarding the package is buried in AT&am [more]

‘Secret’ Attraction

I finally buckled under the pressure to remain in the loop with Oprah and I rented 'The Secret.' Now, before you think I’m going to offer a movie review, I’ll simply say that it fe

Book Review: The 4-Hour Workweek

The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss is really three small books in one. The first thing Ferriss does is make the case that you ought to figure out exactly what you want to do, and then arrange your life so that you can do that. [more]