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Written by 9rules on April 30, 2012
We’re already well into the second quarter of 2012. Time flies by so fast that before we know it, it’s going to be the end of the year again. Time to take stock of what you’ve done during the first quarter of this year and tweak what needs to be tweaked. Change is always good. You can take inspiration from some of the great content that the 9Rules Network has offered its visitors.
Today we found some awesome articles on ways your bicycle could help you earn extra income, nailing a job interview, and dealing with spousal debt.
Making some extra cash is always good. This article, which appeared in wisebread.com, offers a number of links that serve as a resource on how you can make money through your bike.
I noticed recently we didn’t have a single radio in our house, so I ordered one of these for our home. There are many different styles, I liked this one because in addition to batteries it has a crank and a solar panel for alternative energy sources.
The effects of global warming is now being felt all over the world with really freaky weather being experienced by everyone. This is, of course, going to affect your productivity especially if the inclement weather is enough to disrupt work. This is short but informative article about how the writer tries to prepare for severe weather and natural disasters.
Sometimes good naming is more common sense than courage. Anheuser-Busch decided to spin off as an independent company the large commercial baking company (Campbell Taggart Inc.) it had acquired. Seeking a more expressive name, management selected one of their regional bread brands, redesigned it, and elevated it to the corporate name: Earthgrains Company.
So you’re thinking of a brand for a product, service or even website you want to create. Don’t just think of some name and plaster it on your product. Brand naming is more than just that. The four do’s and 1 don’t of brand naming is a must-read for budding businessmen.
Traveling for work can be a blessing—or a curse—depending on how you handle it. I have to drive a fair amount for my job, but many freelancers spend hours in airports, train stations, and bus terminals.
Traveling is a great opportunity but it can also be quite difficult especially if it begins to affect your productivity. This is much more of a problem with freelancers who may need to travel for work or travel because they need to be at some place regardless of whether they have deadlines to meet or not. These are really handy tips on how to be more productive even if you’re living in suitcase.