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Going Global: What Do You Need To Succeed?

As a business owner, you might have already conquered a significant, small market.

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3 Financial Lessons Every Small Business Owner Should Learn

When you’re starting up a small business, there are many important things to keep in mind in order to ensure that you have the best possible shot at success. You’ve got to get your marketing strategies in order; you need to develop a good and accessible website, and so on.

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Increasing Your Chances of Landing A High Paying Job

In order to land a high paying job, you’ll usually be told to start from the bottom, work your way up, and be patient. However, you should be far more proactive than that if you want to make sure you land the high paying job of your dreams.

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The Best Way Forward: Addressing Business Processes That Can Fall By The Wayside

Crafting a solid business structure isn't just about the business plan and the cosmetic implementations, it's the human side also. Sure, a solid structure is necessary, but this is only one piece of the puzzle.

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Outsourcing: What You Need To Know To Get It Right

Outsourcing is something that many businesses do in order to save time and money in the long run.

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Don't Fall Foul Of These Common Content Marketing Mistakes

Content marketing covers the various ways you use words in your business, both online in blogs and on your website, as well as offline in traditional marketing methods such as flyers and leaflets.

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3 Ways To Boost Marketing In Any Business

If you are starting to think that your marketing could do with a little nudge, then you might be right.

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Pursuing a Degree Could Boost Your Earning Potential

When we think of higher education, we tend to automatically think of school leavers who have recently completed their compulsory education heading away to college.

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Facebook Marketing: Easy Tips To Use This Week

Social media is a big, wide net of activity and it is something which everyone does in this day and age to stay relevant and connect with the world.

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The Three Phases Of Effective Online Marketing

Online marketing, as we all know, is perhaps the most powerful form of marketing you have available today - as it can be hyper-targeted meaning you can almost market yourself to a very specific audience that means your message will be much more relevant to them.

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Traits of a Budding Business Owner You Need to Possess for Success

Making a name for yourself and tapping into the industry that you are truly passionate about is something you have been keen to do for a long time.

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No Degree? No Problem

One of the biggest issues in today’s society is that expectations rarely ever align with reality.

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Developing A Big Identity For Your Small Business

You might run a small business, but that doesn’t mean your identity needs to be small.

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Using Your Expertise To Educate People Online

If you have expertise in a certain area, as well as passion for the subject, educating people online can help to give you a sense purpose all while making money.

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Good and happy news for the Fall Team Challenge

Good and happy news for the Fall Team Challenge

I got in 10,085 meters today and got in some much faster power-10s and power-20s and was able to bring down my pace down to a 1:50-2:02 pace. It’s not reflected in the log below but I am sure it’ll start manifesting in greatness, speed, and power down the road as I just get physically stronger, fitter, with bigger lungs and a stronger heart. I believe!

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Good and happy news for my Tuesday Fall Team Challenge update

Good and happy news for my Tuesday Fall Team Challenge update

I got in 10,085 meters today and got in some much faster power-10s and power-20s and was able to bring down my pace down to a 1:50-2:02 pace.

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Advice for college rowing from British university rowers

Advice for college rowing from British university rowers

When I studied at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, rowing was very amateur. Now, UEA Rowing has a Facebook Page, a Wikipedia Page, and a Student Union page for The University of East Anglia Boat Club (UEABC).

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Monday night Fall Team Challenge update

Monday night Fall Team Challenge update

I added 16,643 meters over the last couple days, adding them to the 86,442 meters I had on Saturday. That puts me over 100km so far.

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Saturday Night Fall Team Challenge Update

Saturday Night Fall Team Challenge Update

I flaked on September 28th but am back today, the 29th. I rowed 11,231 meters tonight, adding it to the 75,211 meters I had already logged.

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Thursday Fall Team Challenge Update

Thursday Fall Team Challenge Update

At least I am getting some meters in. Slow but sure. Wish me luck. All goes well! Commitment, dedication, and hard word—perserverance—is indeed rewarded.

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7 Differences Between Amateur and Professional Bloggers

Most people begin life as an amateur blogger, but not everybody stays there. Some people step up, making their blog more attractive and interesting, and, eventually, profit-making.

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A fresh and simple arugula and walnut pesto recipe from my sisters at 1970 Dogwood Street

A fresh and simple arugula and walnut pesto recipe from my sisters at 1970 Dogwood Street

When Anne Haas and Jen Tucker post a recipe, I jot it down. I love pesto, though I don't think I've ever had an arugula and walnut variant.

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Planning for 20 more erging days left in the Concept2 Fall Team Challenge

Planning for 20 more erging days left in the Concept2 Fall Team Challenge

Between now and midnight, October 15, I have 20 full days to row at least 200,000 meters. So far, I've rowed 59,508 meters and have 140,492 meters left to go.

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Tuesday Fall Team Challenge Update

Tuesday Fall Team Challenge Update

I didn't get as many meters as I wanted tonight primarily because of technical failures. I moved from POLAR H7 back to an old school Garmin ANT+ strap and disabled my USB thumb drive on my PM5 and then needed to swap out a dying Apple iPhone 5 and set up my Samsung S8 Active to work with the ErgData app.

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10 best and 10 worst places to raise a family in the Unites States of America

10 best and 10 worst places to raise a family in the Unites States of America

Neither Arlington, Virginia, my home, nor Washington, DC, made either of these lists. That said, I'm pretty damn single.

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Sunday Fall Team Challenge Update

Sunday Fall Team Challenge Update

I spent parts of all day rowing along a little bit at a time but I added 11,289 meters to the 39,946 meters I had accrued. So, according to my lovely Concept2 Logbook's 2018 Fall Team Challenge page, I'm up to 51,235 meters total--that means I am 25.6175% of the way to my goal of 200,000 meters, 200kms, or 124.27 miles.

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I'm running for two hours on October 7 for the #GRGR18

I'm running for two hours on October 7 for the #GRGR18

I didn't sign up for any races this year. They're expensive and what I really need to do is run, Forrest, run!

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Fall Team Challenge Saturday Update

Fall Team Challenge Saturday Update

I had another sinus headache from just not staying hydrated enough overnight again so I didn't really start rowing until late--almost 8 PM. Then, I only got in 7,733 meters.

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Fall Team Challenge Update

Fall Team Challenge Update

Since September the 15th, I have rowed 32,213 meters towards the 200,000 meters I want to complete by October the 15th for the Fall Team Challenge that Concept2 hosts every year. Here are the last couple of days since my last report. 

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