• June 22, 2021

The Top Five Colleges in the Midwest

Choosing a school can sometimes feel like picking a number on a roulette wheel. If you can somehow make the right decision, everything will work out for you and you will live happily ever after. But what is the correct choice? Fortunately, while there are only a few winning numbers on a roulette wheel, there…

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How to use your authority as a believer, given unconditional authority

I think we now understand that we are indeed in a spiritual battle. We face it every day. Therefore, it is important to answer such questions as: “Who is our enemy? What power does our enemy have?” There are different views on where Satan came from and how he got the power that he has.…

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Why Leonhard Heyden Gladstone Bags Are Christmas Gifts To Remember

Founded in Germany in 1891, the Leonhard Heyden name stands for high-quality bags made from superior materials by some of the most talented artisans in the world. It is the Gladstone range of bags from Leonhard Heyden that is particularly popular as gifts for Christmas and other occasions and which is frequented not only by…

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Investing Basics: Risk vs. Reward

In 2005, people spent 125% of what they earned. They spent money they hadn’t yet earned, so they ran up debt and paid interest on that debt every month. If you spent less than what you earned than you were actually paid interest on your money, quite the opposite. The return you can expect on…

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Real Estate Lawyers

Real estate transactions may require a real estate attorney. But what should you look for when choosing someone who represents your best interests and needs to the fullest? Some states require the use of an attorney in a real estate transaction. Those states include Georgia, Massachusetts, and South Carolina. Not all real estate issues are…

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Why Lawyer Resumes Require a Certified Lawyer Resume Writing Service

Let’s face it, the market explodes! And as people get desperate, they become, well … desperate. However, there are certain guidelines that you need to follow before trusting a resume company with your only job tool. 1. DO NOT BE FOOLED BY A NAME: A name is nothing more than what it says it is.…

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How to cope: "Another attorney reduced his fees to just 25%"

One thing that Intake Specialists have a hard time dealing with is objections and stagnations from potential new clients. As I wrote earlier, most intake specialists come from a call center or customer service, they don’t have a strong sales background, so when they have positions or objections, they usually drop the call and let…

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Five Types of Bank Fraud – Title 18 – US Code – Section 1344 Explanation

Violations of the law at a bank or the use of financial institution accounts are often prosecuted in federal court as “bank fraud.” The United States Attorney’s Office will seek an indictment (a document that formally charges the person with a crime) for bank fraud based on a relatively non-complex theft or embezzlement of money…

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Six Steps for Negotiation Preparation

The most often overlooked aspect of negotiation is preparation. We say things like, “We are in the negotiation stage of the agreement …” There is no more profitable time spent than the time spent preparing to negotiate. Here’s your checklist: Know what you want and what you don’t want … Most of us have a…

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Cole Porter Song "True love"

“True Love” was written by Cole Porter and played by Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly in the 1955 film, “High Society,” which also starred Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong. “True Love” was the first and only gold record for Grace Kelly and it was the twenty-first gold record for Bing Crosby. The song stayed on…

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