It is better to save some of your teeth rather than to lose them all at one go. To avoid ruin, a dental implant is the best device that you can use to save your teeth. It is a long-term solution that will replace the functions and feel of your lost tooth. Though it is… Continue reading Dental Implant – The Best savior
Taking care of your oral hygiene is important. However, despite your best efforts, you may find yourself dealing with tooth loss due to injury, tooth decay, or tooth loss due to gum disease. If this is the case, you will be happy to know there is a dental implant procedure that can be done to… Continue reading Dental Implant: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
On a certain cold winter morning, a young man went out for his morning run. He carried his natural partner, a mini- cob, with him and as they wandered under the trees he realised one of the many branches he could have picked up had he been narrow minded. The first thing he learnt was… Continue reading Narrow Your Focus, Your Mind Power Will Follow
Most colleges and universities offer lecturer workshops on topics that are important, such as African American history, women’s history, and some topics not often covered in a typical classroom course called English. As a result, many colleges approach lecturers from all kinds of areas and professions, including anger management classes. Anger means different things to… Continue reading anger Booklecturers Make Money From Commercial Parties
Profitability is the goal and focus of virtually every company. Yet, only 5% of companies in the United States generate a profit. Does that speak to corporate leadership or team leadership? A leadership approach to profitability requires that you are focused on results. A leadership approach to profitability recognizes that we have choices about how… Continue reading Leadership Through Profitability
There are three factors that can determine a person’s success as a recruiter. The first is getting along with the recruiter, the second is being an effective recruiter and the third is doing a good job at the job. If any one of these parts of the recruiting process breaks down then chances are, a… Continue reading Do Recruiters Have to Be the Best or Just Good at Their Job?
Half of all businesses that start up will only survive for a few years. As per the recent U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) report, 7 of 10 new businesses will either fail within five years or be out of business by an average of 10 years. To maintain a business around for the next… Continue reading Working With Your Spouse: Family-Business Building Reaps Benefits in Business Strategies
For some once retirement comes and they don’t have to be held up by the bills overwhelm them. Impossible it’s said, but the fact is that a number of retirees are being pushed to within reason of financial stress. It’s the final years of a person’s life and their pension pot will be prounded up… Continue reading Are You Saving for Retirement in the Cards?
I was on a conference this past week and we were discussing Indian banking issues in general. There was a cardboardPI that was thrown around not too long ago…in fact, during the first session of the conference the director of packs pips walked out with a large cardboardPI and…… … beat us into the emptied… Continue reading When We Heed With Sound Offices, Not Quick- prejudices – Asian Issues in Banking
It’s easy to get caught up in the hype surrounding the new millionaires of our time. True, there are some people who have truly become this world famous as a result of their businesses and their businesses alone; however, it would be wrong to assume that these people are necessarily the ones who have the… Continue reading Financial & Personal Success – How Your Focus on Money Leads to Prosperity