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    How to Make a Classic Movie

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  • Lose Weight Doing These Fundamental Things
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    Lose Weight Doing These Fundamental Things

    3 months ago

    By shifting the focus to the fundamentals of food and health we can achieve weight loss far easier and return our bodies to our more natural, individual shape. Here in this frank and revealing article we discover that a pragmatic approach makes for a more workable and kinder fat-fighting strategy.

  • How to Begin Healing the Wounded Inner Child
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    How to Begin Healing the Wounded Inner Child

    4 months ago

    By looking to overcome the aftershocks of childhood trauma we can see how transforming the way we think – using objectivity and simple realisations – can also be used to help embolden us for upsets in our adult lives.

  • Childhood Sadness and the Art of Forgiveness
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    Childhood Sadness and the Art of Forgiveness

    4 months ago

    Negotiating a difficult past can be a minefield when we naturally let feelings short circuit our thinking. In this article we reveal how a more pragmatic approach can alleviate the pain of our youth and how an awareness of the intangible nature of forgiveness can give us the peace we crave.

  • New Ways for Dealing with Old Traumas
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    New Ways for Dealing with Old Traumas

    3 months ago

    Every one is different but the one thing we all share is that we need love and care, especially when we are little. But what can we do when past conflict and traumas keep us reliant on therapy and pills? Here are some alternative approaches that may help you break the cycle of mental confusion.

  • How Should a Business Start Social Networking?
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    How Should a Business Start Social Networking?

    5 months ago

    This article gives you the lowdown of what you need to know for your business for dealing with social media sites before you commit and realize you've wasted your time, confidence and possibly your mind trying to keep up.

  • Common Mistakes Made by Businesses Online and How to Avoid Them
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    Common Mistakes Made by Businesses Online and How to Avoid Them

    5 months ago

    Whether it's ego, ignorance or fear, business owners will often get it wrong with social media and subsequently elsewhere online. Here are nine don't's with follow-up options about what you can do to sustain your reputation with customers who seem at first to be more virtual than actual.

  • Six Tips for Website Traffic
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    Six Tips for Website Traffic

    5 months ago

    This article shows you how to build some basic strategies needed to ensure your site is working for you right now while championing the importance of self-awareness for online success.

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    Making a Website That People Actually Visit

    5 months ago

    Your website won't get visitors unless you have the right approach backed by a clear vision and the right team. Get a head start understanding the work that goes into making your project fly

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    Advice for Business Owners Buying a Website

    5 months ago

    Whether commissioned or DIY, a big mistake with business websites is thinking that just by being built, visitors will appear. Here we highlight the point of websites to save you time and money.

  • How to Deal with Money and Marketing Problems
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    How to Deal with Money and Marketing Problems

    5 months ago

    Inspired by several startup clients who have said that their focus has been lack of money this article looks to refresh the thinking that invaluable resources and self-investment costs the earth.

  • Staying Motivated for Marathon Running
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    Staying Motivated for Marathon Running

    5 months ago

    It's one thing to sign up to do a marathon. It's another to continue the training and actually do it. Luckily there are ways to stay motivated.

  • Why Run a Marathon?
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    Why Run a Marathon?

    6 months ago

    Like everyone has a novel in them, everyone has a marathon. It's not as scary as you think, when you focus on it as pure training and the long-term goal of a stronger body and mindset for life.

  • How To Keep Training With Injuries
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    How To Keep Training With Injuries

    6 months ago

    When injured or incapacitated it's easy to think that your fitness or sporting goals are all over. Drawing from personal experience we discover how a adapting our mindset can be a real game changer.

  • How Fitness Training Can Change Your Life
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    How Fitness Training Can Change Your Life

    6 months ago

    This article is about being injured, fitness, trail running shoes, mindset (attitude), and recovery on the road to hopefully improving the mind and body and doing an Ironman by age 50.

  • How Do You Really Deal With a Difficult Client?
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    How Do You Really Deal With a Difficult Client?

    6 months ago

    Turning problems into opportunities is an over-worn business tip. This is all the more testing when confronted by clients who seem to string you along. What to do? Here are some fresh strategies.

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