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Jan 23
How to Get a Flight Upgrade Without the Points  
23 Jan, 2015. 0 Comments. Travel. Posted By: admin
So, you’re flying for business and you want to be comfortable and do a little work en-route, but you’ve checked your points balance and its screaming zero. What do you do? Well, building up your points ahead of time would obviously prevent this problem from happening and there are lots of credit card offers you can sign up to, which help accrue points, but if you are out of luck on the points front, it’s not game over, because there are a few cheeky tactics you can employ to try and blag yourself an upgrade regardless. Be nice This is…
Jan 23
Goodbye Stress  
23 Jan, 2015. 0 Comments. Productivity. Posted By: admin
There aren’t many things in this world that come without an attachment of stress in some guise. Today’s business world is incredibly stressful, and days can end with a feeling of exhaustion, simply from the feeling of being pulled in five different directions. Because of that it’s important to step away from the focus of your upset, for your own health as well as your mental wellbeing. So, if you’re wanting a totally stress-free vacation, where can you go? Of course, everyone’s preferences are different, and one person’s idea of stressful might not be someone else’s, so you could say…
Jan 23
Tesla Cars: Worth the Money?
23 Jan, 2015. 0 Comments. Technology. Posted By: admin
According to unsubstantiated rumor, Albert Einstein was once asked, “How does it feel to be the smartest man alive?” to which he answered, “I don't know, you'll have to ask Nikola Tesla.” Tesla is the inventor responsible for the type of electricity that powers our daily lives. Today, one of the most expensive electric cars in the world bears his name; but is buying a Tesla car really the smart choice? Let's find out. “No Down Payment” Not Exactly True  In April of 2013, motorauthority.com reported that, “Tesla Motors is still advertising $500/month price despite revision of calculator settings.” According…
Oct 10
Social Networking for the Rich
10 Oct, 2014. 0 Comments. Productivity. Posted By: admin
According to a report from metro.co.uk, A network known as “Netropolitan” is offering social networking for the elite. The site will cost “£5,500 or $9000 to join plus nearly £2,000 or $3000 in annual membership fees.” The site is quoted to say that its purpose is for people to be able to discuss such topics as “fine wines, fancy cars, and lucrative business decisions without judgement.” The founder of Netropolitan, James Touchi-Peters likens the website to “real world social clubs or country clubs,” and points out that most of those “charge many multiples of what we're charging.” What Happens in Netropolitan,…
Oct 10
Top Tips for Time Management
10 Oct, 2014. 0 Comments. Productivity. Posted By: admin
It has been said that before a man can even hope to be in charge of others, he must learn to be in charge of himself. If you cannot manage your own time, it will be increasingly difficult to manage a business, and the time of your employees. Because of this, time management is a vital skill to have in order to be successful, whether you are a one-man army, or have an entire company at your disposal. Here are some of the top tips for helping you manage your time. 1 – Start Early, and Start Correctly Not many…
Oct 10
How to Invest in Commodities  
10 Oct, 2014. 0 Comments. Finance. Posted By: admin
What are Commodities? According to wikiHow, the term “commodities” refers to “raw materials and produce; metals like silver, gold and copper, and crops like corn, soy beans and grains are all commodities. Rather than buy up the materials themselves, investors participate in the commodities market by purchasing futures or stock, or by investing in exchange-traded funds (ETFs), index funds or mutual funds. It takes the right kind of individual to invest in commodities, as they are extremely risky. On the upside, buying commodities futures may be a smart way to hedge against inflation.” Investopedia explains that commodities are “an important…
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