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How To Improve Your Child’s Retention Ability

Children have a tremendous ability to absorb new information. But, no matter how sponge-like your child is, there will be facts, formulas, and concepts that they have difficulty retaining. Thankfully, there are ways to increase your child’s ability to retain and recall information. And, these retention-boosting strategies are not only easy to use, but they are also a great deal ...

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How To Make It Easier To Collect Money From Patients

Collecting money is one of those tasks that falls under “necessary” and “aggravating” at the same time. When you consider the medical profession, where the primary drive is to alleviate suffering by addressing a condition, illness, emergency or whatever, the cost isn’t foremost on anyone’s minds. But at the end of the day, everyone who worked has to get paid. ...

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Hadoop Adoption Hits The Mainstream

For the last half-dozen years, the buzz about Big Data has been pervasive, as it has been touted as a crucial part of any data analytics- dependent enterprise, be it in the commercial, government, or even consumer sectors. It’s not all useless hype or empty promises, as Big Data’s sheer volume of information is invaluable in making informed decisions and ...

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Culture Shock For Japanese Expats

Want to utilize the insights of international business professionals from Japan? Globalizing your business or hiring employees from abroad can be smart business moves. But these business changes can also bring unexpected conflicts if cultural workplace differences aren’t first acknowledged. Here are some common cultural differences that Japanese business professionals often note between working in their home country and abroad. ...

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Are You Ready To Take On Some DIY plumbing?

There are many projects and jobs that are perfectly acceptable for the motivated homeowner to tackle on their own. Consequently, there are those tasks that are best left to professionals. Do-it-yourself saves you money, helps you learn or refine your craft skills, and leaves you with a feeling of pride and accomplishment when you finish. On the other hand, having ...

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Are You Ready To Do Some Capacity Planning?

If you want a classic example of trying to do more with less, you need to look no further than a network manager trying to run his systems on a limited budget. The best way accomplish this is through capacity planning. If you’re not exactly sure what that means, then you’ve come to the right place. You’re about to get ...

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3 Tips For Renting Your Property

Whether it’s a single room or an entire building, good landlords can find success, develop relationships and create a lasting stream of income through their investment. The best landlords, however, invest not just in the structure, but in the tenant, the neighborhood, and the entire community. Here are three tips that are critical to getting the most out of your ...

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How To Hire A Handyman

There are those times when even the most capable DIY enthusiast can use a helping hand. Then there are people like yours truly, who shouldn’t be trusted with power tools, and who hammers nails like lightning (in other words, I never strike twice in the same place!). That’s when you need to bring in a handyman. Now, if you know ...

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What You Need To Launch A General Contracting Business

You’ve decided to take the plunge and go into business for yourself as a general contractor. Congratulations! No long answerable to a supervisor or other so-called superior, you are now your own boss. But after the glow of your decision fades a little, the question remains: what do you need to get started? You can’t just write the word “contractor” ...

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Are You The Victim Of An Online Impersonator?

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Well, “they” have, of course, never had someone hijack their name or online photos and masquerade around the internet impersonating them. The last word you’d use to describe how this makes you feel is “flattering.” You will be relieved to know that you are not alone. And, thankfully, there are ...

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