Posted 1/27/15 at 11:24 PM | Sylvie Simms
You hear the term all the time on television, but what is a lobbyist, and what does he or she do? How does a lobbyist influence the daily operation of the government? By understanding the role that lobbyists play in our lives, you’ll be better able to sort through what you hear from the media and learn about the issues we face each day.
Posted 1/27/15 at 12:28 PM | Brian Wallace
Posted 1/27/15 at 12:49 AM | Sylvie Simms
If you have never visited Europe, there are endless places that should be on your list to see when you get the opportunity. One such opportunity that you absolutely can’t miss is seeing and cruising on the Rhone, which is one of the largest rivers in Europe. It has been used as a corridor between Mediterranean countries and northern Europe since ancient times, and it has the largest water flow of all of the rivers in France.
Posted 1/27/15 at 12:05 AM | Sylvie Simms
Check out the facts and figures surrounding relocation in the United States today at Shleppers.com
Posted 1/26/15 at 11:14 PM | Sylvie Simms
Learn the proper way to lift and carry heavy objects without strain or injury at Shleppers.com
Posted 1/14/15 at 12:51 AM | Sylvie Simms
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Posted 1/14/15 at 12:31 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://www.qr-code-asset-tag.com/how-to-choose-the-best-inventory-software-for-your-business/ | Managing your inventory is one of the most important day-to-day tasks for any business owner. Without the right amount of inventory in your store, you will be unable to capitalize on sales opportunities, and customers will not be able to purchase the items they want. Inventory software helps with the management process, so you know exactly the items you have in stock, their cost, and whether or not you need to order more from your supplier.
Posted 1/13/15 at 4:07 PM | Phil Cooke
I am often a “vendor.” That means our company, Cooke Pictures is hired by churches, ministry organizations, and nonprofits to consult with them on issues related to creativity, media, and engaging their communities. We advise them on a wide range of issues, from video and short film production, social media, book publishing, the Internet and more. Essentially we help organizations engage today’s digital culture more effectively. But as a vendor, we sometimes encounter organizations who don’t know how to maximize our relationship. Whenever you hire a consultant or other type of vendor, it’s important to remember that it’s a two-way street. So to make the relationship work as well as possible, here’s four things you should know before you hire anyone from the outside: FULL POST
Posted 1/12/15 at 3:11 PM | Phil Cooke
Writer’s block, boredom, hitting a wall – all are terms creative people use when they run out of ideas. One of the best ways to overcome those moments of terror is to work on multiple projects at once. In fact, multiple projects may be the best remedy for creative block. Plus, I’ve discovered that if you actually want to make a living with your creative profession, managing multiple projects becomes a necessity. But if you struggle with simultaneous creative efforts, here’s 4 keys that should help:
1. Invest in better creative tools. I’m always shocked at the number of writers, musicians, filmmakers, and other artists who skimp on apps and other resources. For instance, my favorite writing tool is Scrivener, which makes it incredibly easy to work on multiple writing projects at the same time. It leaves apps like Microsoft Word and Pages in the dust when it comes to productivity. Here’s my challenge to you – if you want to be a professional, then act like one and start by investing in yourself. Don’t let another day go by without getting your hands on the tools that will help you focus on ideas, and stop struggling just to get those ideas captured. FULL POST
Posted 1/12/15 at 12:32 AM | Sylvie Simms
As soon as the cold weather starts to lift and the snow begins to melt, it is the perfect time to take your pontoon back out on the water where it is meant to be. However, it is important to first make sure that you have done everything you need to de-winterize your pontoon in order to ensure that it is in prime shape once spring rolls around. When preparing your pontoon to get back into the water after winter, be sure to give it a thorough inspection.