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Public Speaking, No Problem!

According to the Wall Street Journal, public speaking is the number one fear in the United States. The fear of public speaking ranks number one, and surpasses the fear of the death, which is number two! It is crazy to

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Upcoming Agenda in the Nevada Legislature

This article, written by Sandra Chereb of the Carson City Nevada Appeal, is titled “Nevada Lawmakers Set to Take Up Business Tax.” I thought that this is a good article to bring up because it is discussing some business, agenda

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More Money to Support Knowledge

This is an interesting article from the Nevada Appeal, by Sandra Chereb. It is called “Lawmakers Urged to Support Nevada’s Knowledge Fund.” Basically, the Nevada legislature supports a proposal that would increase funding by $10 million to Governor Sandoval’s proposed

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Food Crisis Looming?

A good friend of mine had just arrived in the Las Vegas airport, the text message read: “I’m eating a 10 dollar burger king combo with my mom, 10 dollars!” At first I assumed that the outrageous price was just due to

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Social Media – It’s a Balance!

There are many different new and old types of social media that are available on the Internet in today’s society, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. In today’s society, social media sites are becoming increasingly popular and beneficial in business

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Sites You Should Be Using.

With graduation almost a month away, I want to share a few of my favorite (mostly free) websites and tools for presentations and résumé design. Expanding your internet usage beyond Facebook, there are actually a lot of valuable sites designed

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Finish Strong

  Finish Strong Okay, so I didn’t get to meet Tim Tebow as I had wished for in my previous blog. I considered the option of rushing the stage, but I thought that might be inappropriate in a church. Anywho,

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