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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Lessons of charisma and leadership from Radislav Gandapas
1. Make your interlocutors feel the most intelligent, charming and interesting people 2. Behave so that people during the conversation feel that you do not think about anything else: -…

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How to finish what you started?
1. Make lists of things to do. Take a pen and a piece of paper, open a special program or application and right now make a list of all the…

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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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Low-budget ideas for business
1. Website about discounts, providing discount cards for temporary use, exchange and sale of gift cards. 2. Production of commemorative medals for newborns, plaster prints of palms of kids, registration…

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Where to get motivation?
One of the most common questions of today's aspiring entrepreneurs. The answer is simple. But in order to come to him first need to discuss the input of this issue.…

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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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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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