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What's the secret to staying together for a long, long, long time? Hear what one woman who's been happily married for almost 30 years has to say.
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If you want to influence people and get what you want — at work and beyond — learn the art of writing friendly, professional emails.
Cohabitating can save you a lot of money...but it's not worth it if your roommate is awful. Follow these tips for a good roomie relationship.
Michelle Dunn has experience as both a debt collector and as a debtor. Get her expert advice on dealing with collections agencies.
Negotiating can sometimes be stressful, and that stress can make buyers and sellers say dumb things. Learn to score better deals by avoiding these phrases.
Overcoming past wrongs and forgiving those who have hurt you can be one of the most difficult things — and one of the most rewarding.
Your neighbors can make a great community — or they can make a great community unpleasant. Learn how to deal with not-so-friendly folks.
Networking can be incredibly valuable...once you get the conversation started. Follow these suggestions to get in and out of conversations with ease.
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Many small business owners overlook -- or avoid -- brand building. Too often, that's a critical mistake.
In the age of too much communication, getting your voice heard means keeping your messages clear, simple and direct.
Getting your point across (and understanding the points that others are making) is one of the most important skills you can master. Learn how to do it better.
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