What to do when everything is bad?
Probably every person at least once in his life asked what to do when everything is bad. Not glued to work, problems with learning, no personal life, relatives do not…

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The success principles of Steve jobs
Stephen Paul jobs (b. 1955) - American billionaire, one of the leaders of the world ranking of the richest people in the world according to Forbes. Successful entrepreneur and inventor.…

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Five rules for a successful seller
Rule # 1. Regard. Do not think that the client is a fool who will buy any nonsense that you offer. The client should be respected, because it is he…

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How to sell unnecessary things?

Perfect order means having the right things in place. However, have you ever climbed into the closet for a shirt, and pull out of the shelf sweater that is not worn for several months? Or, disassembling the cabinets in the kitchen, stumble upon a bread maker, which was used exactly a week after purchase? Maybe you have a full flat of old unwanted furniture, but its out of pity? It’s time to turn unused things into something more useful — money, for example.

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Bill Gates Rules
Rules, which he himself for themselves developed and which he always adheres to: 1. "Learn and study your competitors as best you can." For gates, visiting his competitors ' websites…

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Recommendations for those wishing to get rich from investor Warren Buffett
1. Reinvest revenue When you make your first big money, you're tempted to spend it. Not do this. You better put it in a business that you think is profitable.…

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Success lessons from Henry Ford
1. Serve others. "A business absolutely devoted to service will have little concern about profit. It will be indecently big." The secret of success is to serve others. All successful…

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What's the use of reading books?
1. Develops thinking One of the important advantages of reading books is the positive effect it has on our thinking. When reading, we think more to understand this or that…

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