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7 Reasons You Want Referral Business and How to Get Them
Studies have proven that there is one reason why people don't do more referral business: they don't ask. There are two reasons why, they forget or they don't have a strong enough relationship with their clients, so they don't feel comfortable
The truth is every professional should strive to have all of their business be referral because the benefits of referral business are undeniable and extensive.
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Top 10 Ways Websites Makes Me Suffer
I believe some people create and publish websites for the sole purpose of tormenting their visitors. Browsing various websites and navigating the Web can often be like trying to read on an airplane while a kid kicks the back of your seat and the baby next to you alternates between screaming, crying and drooling on you.
Business Profitability - 10 Ways To Boost
10 Ways to Boost your ProfitabilitySo many business owners work hard - really hard - just to break even or keep afloat. Each one of us deserves reward for our efforts, whether that be financial or personal.
Wealth Building Scams
I have some good news and I have some bad news. First the good news.
Seven Questions to Improve Your Business, Your Relationships, and Your Life
Seven Questions to Improve Your Business, Your Relationships, and Your Life
One of the most powerful tools we have as humans is our ability to ask questions.† The more adept we are at asking them (and waiting for and listening to the answers), the more effective we will be.
Ten Ways to Strengthen Your Reading Habit
Most people wish they read more.† It is an activity that is both fun and enlightening.
Ten Tips for Cross Cultural Communication
Here are some simple tips to help you improve your cross cultural communication skills:
Even when English is the common language in a cross cultural situation, this does not mean you should speak at normal speed. Slow down, speak clearly and ensure your pronunciation is intelligible.
7 Reasons Why Training Doesn't Produce the Desired Results and What You Can Do To
Seven Reasons Why Training Doesn't Produce the Desired Results and What You Can Do To Improve Your Results
OverviewAbraham Maslow said, "If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail."† As managers, leaders and change agents, we want to improve our organizational performance.
Your Leadership Shopping List
'Tis the season to give. And finding the right gift to give the people on your team can be challenging.
Top Seven Reasons to Publicize your Business with Articles
Do you want to be #1-10 on Google and other search engines? Do you want quadruple your Web sales in five months? Promote your business to the top with these 7 reasons to write and submit how-to articles.
Top Ten Tips for Online Publishing Success
Use the checklist below to make sure your article, tip, or book excerpt will get published and make you a household name on the Internet.
Top Ten Things to Do to Make your Signature File Sell
Always include a powerful signature on every email you send out, even to friends. It's even more important when you send out articles to opt-in ezines (no spam) and top web sites in your field--more important than your article's message.
The Top Ten Ways to Attract Buyers, Not Just Visitors to your Web Site
Have you put a lot of effort, time, and money into your site and are frustrated with low sales?
If you are like many professionals out there, you know your subject; you are excellent at your craft. You have a great service and maybe a great product to sell.
Plan Your Success In Seven Ways
Many businesses lose money yearly because they don't think creatively about the future.† They run their businesses doing what they think they should: dealing with customers, dealing with problems, ordering for their business, and paying their expenses.
Want a Web Site that Turns Lookie Loos into Buyers? Seven Passion Copywriting Tips
Web Site Blues? Need one, don't know where to start? Got one, but aren't getting enough sales?
If you need a Web site soon you may be wondering where to start and who to trust. All Web masters are not equal.
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EU ministers pledge support as 82 disembark from NGO boat, ending Salvini‚Äôs entry ban
Eighty-two migrants have disembarked in Italy, marking a break from the era of hardline immigration measures pushed by the former interior minister, Matteo Salvini.
On Saturday night, the migrants were transferred from the Norwegian-flagged rescue boat Ocean Viking, operated by the French charities SOS M√©diterran√©e and M√©decins Sans Fronti√®res (MSF), to a coastguard vessel before being taken ashore on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa. Continue reading...
Explosions halve Saudi output and reduce global production by 5%
Global supplies of oil are likely to suffer a ‚Äúmajor jolt‚ÄĚ following Saturday‚Äôs attack by a swarm of explosive drones on the world‚Äôs biggest oil processing plant in Saudia Arabia.
Major fires engulfed the Abqaiq processing facility and the Khurais oil field after the attack, for which Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed responsibility. They said they launched 10 drones with ‚Äúintelligence cooperation from people inside Saudi Arabia‚ÄĚ, according to the rebel-run Saba news agency. The rebels‚Äô spokesman Yahya Saree said their operations ‚Äúwill expand and would be more painful as long as the Saudi regime continues its aggression and blockade‚ÄĚ on Yemen, he said.The fires are now under control at both facilities, Saudi state media said. Continue reading...
PM‚Äôs upbeat account dismissed as Jean-Claude Juncker warns time is running out
EU officials have rejected Boris Johnson‚Äôs claim that ‚Äúa huge amount of progress‚ÄĚ is being made in Brexit talks, as Jean-Claude Juncker warned that time is running out.
Juncker, who will stand down as European commission president on 31 October, is expected to ask Johnson to spell out his ideas for replacing the Irish backstop when the pair meet over lunch in Luxembourg on Monday. Continue reading...
Police fire teargas as London urged to press Beijing to uphold ‚Äėone country, two systems‚Äô
Hong Kong riot police have fired teargas and deployed water cannon on pro-democracy demonstrators in the latest episode of political unrest to rock the city.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators defied a police ban and marched toward the seat of the government, chanting ‚ÄúResist Beijing, liberate Hong Kong‚ÄĚ. Continue reading...
The bands played but the funeral of Zimbabwe‚Äôs ex-president was a strange affair in a divided nation
At just before 11.30am, the thousands of mourners in the vast bowl of Zimbabwe‚Äôs national stadium stood and the casket carrying the mortal remains of Robert Gabriel Mugabe began its short journey across the green grass to the podium where it would lie during the long, hot hours of the funeral.
A military brass band led the procession. Then came the bereaved family and Mugabe‚Äôs successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, followed by foreign dignitaries, before a small crowd of ministers and officials from the ruling Zanu-PF party. Continue reading...
The economic crisis and security fears have dominated the presidential campaign
Seven million Tunisians headed to the polls on Sunday in the country‚Äôs second presidential election since its 2011 revolution, faced with a crowded list of candidates, uncertainty and widespread disillusion over the country‚Äôs progress in the past eight years.
Twenty-six candidates are running in the unpredictable first round. They include the media mogul Nabil Karoui, who is in prison on corruption charges that he denies, the prime minister, Youssef Chahed, and Abdelfattah Mourou, who heads a first-time bid on behalf of his Islamist inspired Ennahda party. Continue reading...
On Gaza City‚Äôs quayside, Palestinians fear that Benjamin Netanyahu‚Äôs rivals in Tuesday‚Äôs poll are as belligerent as he is
As reflections from the quayside lights twinkle in the water below, the fisherman Maher Abu Hazima takes a five shekel coin from his pocket and holds it face up. ‚ÄúThat‚Äôs Netanyahu,‚ÄĚ he says before turning it over with a flick of his wrist. ‚ÄúAnd that‚Äôs Gantz. They‚Äôre the same.‚ÄĚ
Demonstrating that his contempt for politicians is not confined to the rivals for the premiership in Tuesday‚Äôs Israeli election, he adds with a laugh: ‚ÄúLike Fatah and Hamas.‚ÄĚ Continue reading...
Two SuperSisters employees resign after discovering links to counter-extremism strategy
A Muslim online lifestyle platform targeting British teenagers is covertly funded by the Home Office‚Äôs counter-extremism programme, the Observer has learned.
The revelation about funding of the project has led to a row between its owners, a former Muslim employee and its Muslim audience. Continue reading...
Major CBS News poll released as part of Covering Climate Now, a collaboration of more than 250 news outlets around the world to strengthen coverage of the climate story
Two-thirds of Americans believe climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem, with a majority wanting immediate action to address global heating and its damaging consequences, major new polling has found. Continue reading...
The Mexican capital was founded by Aztecs on an island in a vast lake. No wonder water flows through so many of its unbuilt projects
Ever since Mexico City was founded on an island in the lake of Texcoco its inhabitants have dreamed of water: containing it, draining it and now retaining it.
Nezahualcoyotl, the illustrious lord of Texcoco, made his name constructing a dyke shielding Mexico City‚Äôs Aztec predecessor city of Tenochtitlan from flooding. The gravest threat to Mexico City‚Äôs existence came from a five-year flood starting in 1629, almost causing the city to be abandoned. Ironically now its surrounding lake system has been drained, the greatest threat to the city‚Äôs existence is probably the rapid decline of its overstressed aquifers. Continue reading...
Independent panel criticises Sidewalk Labs over ‚Äėfrustratingly abstract‚Äô proposals for new tech-oriented neighbourhood
A controversial smart city development in Canada has hit another roadblock after an oversight panel called key aspects of the proposal ‚Äúirrelevant‚ÄĚ, ‚Äúunnecessary‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúfrustratingly abstract‚ÄĚ in a new report.
The project on Toronto‚Äôs waterfront, dubbed Quayside, is a partnership between the city and Google‚Äôs sister company Sidewalk Labs. It promises ‚Äúraincoats‚ÄĚ for buildings, autonomous vehicles and cutting-edge wood-frame towers, but has faced numerous criticisms in recent months. Continue reading...
Emissions rose 20-30% in Paris when temperatures topped 30C, raising urgent questions as the climate gets hotter
Emissions from diesel cars ‚Äď even newer and supposedly cleaner models ‚Äď increase on hot days, a new study has found, raising questions over how cities suffering from air pollution can deal with urban heat islands and the climate crisis.
Research in Paris by The Real Urban Emissions (True) initiative found that diesel car emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) rose by 20% to 30% when temperatures topped 30C ‚Äď a common event this summer. Continue reading...
Report predicts radical scheme could cut air pollution by a quarter as other cities including Seattle prepare to follow suit
Barcelona could save hundreds of lives and cut air pollution by a quarter if it fully implements its radical superblocks scheme to reduce traffic, a new report claims.
A study carried out by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health calculates that the city could prevent 667 premature deaths every year if it created all 503 superblocks envisaged in its initial plan ‚Äď up from the current six schemes. Continue reading...
An IPCC report says two-thirds of glaciers on the largest ice sheet after the Arctic and Antarctic are set to disappear in 80 years
Many moons ago in Tibet, the Second Buddha transformed a fierce nyen (a malevolent mountain demon) into a neri (the holiest protective warrior god) called Khawa Karpo, who took up residence in the sacred mountain bearing his name. Khawa Karpo is the tallest of the Meili mountain range, piercing the sky at 6,740 metres (22,112ft) above sea level. Local Tibetan communities believe that conquering Khawa Karpo is an act of sacrilege and would cause the deity to abandon his mountain home. Nevertheless, there have been several failed attempts by outsiders ‚Äď the best known by an international team of 17, all of whom died in an avalanche during their ascent on 3 January 1991. After much local petitioning, in 2001 Beijing passed a law banning mountaineering there.
However, Khawa Karpo continues to be affronted more insidiously. Over the past two decades, the Mingyong glacier at the foot of the mountain has dramatically receded. Villagers blame disrespectful human behaviour, including an inadequacy of prayer, greater material greed and an increase in pollution from tourism. People have started to avoid eating garlic and onions, burning meat, breaking vows or fighting for fear of unleashing the wrath of the deity. Mingyong is one of the world‚Äôs fastest shrinking glaciers, but locals cannot believe it will die because their own existence is intertwined with it. Yet its disappearance is almost inevitable. Continue reading...
Police make arrest after 29-year-old dies in Edmonton on Saturday night
A 29-year-old man has been stabbed to death in north London.
Scotland Yard said officers found the man with serious injuries on Houndsfield Road in Edmonton shortly after 8.10pm on Saturday. Continue reading...
Delegates at annual conference agree to revoke article 50 if party wins election
The Liberal Democrats have overwhelmingly approved the party‚Äôs plan of going into an election with the promise to revoke Brexit without a referendum, despite warnings from delegates at their annual conference that it risked alienating some voters.
Under the plan, the Lib Dems would still support a second Brexit referendum with an option of remain, but going into an election would promise to revoke article 50 if the party wins an absolute majority ‚Äď which is seen as highly unlikely. Continue reading...
New York reporter recalls challenges of covering a disaster as huge as the category 5 storm that ripped through the Bahamas
How do you start an interview with someone who has just lost everything?
With the floodwaters just receded, the stench of mould beginning to creep into the hollowed-out buildings that survived two days of pummelling winds, and bloated corpses still being recovered, that was a question I was forced to grapple with last week in the Bahamas. Continue reading...
Officers also fired teargas at the demonstrators, who had gathered outside the government office complex on Sunday. The latest violence came after tens of thousands defied a police ban and marched toward the seat of the government, chanting: ‚ÄėFive demands, not one less.‚Äô For the past three months, Hong Kong has been gripped by the most serious political crisis in decades, triggered by a proposal to allow extradition to mainland China Continue reading...
Former PM and deputy PM deploy incendiary language to describe decriminalisation bill being considered by NSW parliament
The former prime minister and deputy prime minister of Australia have claimed at an anti-abortion rally in Sydney that a proposed decriminalisation bill has nothing to do with decriminalisation.
Tony Abbott described the bill as ‚Äúinfanticide on demand‚ÄĚ, while Barnaby Joyce described it as ‚Äúthe slavery debate of our time‚ÄĚ while also perpetuating a false claim about pro-choice protesters on Saturday. Continue reading...
David Califa was leading a group of food tourists in Istanbul in 2016 when three of them were killed in an Isis attack. But he was determined to go back to the city, its restaurants and his friends
March 2016 was only the third time David Califa had taken a group of Israelis on his Hungry Tourist food tour to Istanbul. It was going well; he was happy showing people the city he loved. On the morning of the 19th they went to Hayvore, a restaurant in the heart of the central Beyońülu district, for a breakfast of pide, a kind of Turkish pizza, sometimes made with ground meat or vegetables, often gooey with molten cheese and topped with a fried egg. Califa had planned that afterwards they would eat k√∂fte at Hussein‚Äôs and visit the market to stop at his favourite fish shop ReŇüat Balik where owner Ahmet Yazg√ľneŇü had the most delicious lakerda ‚Äď cured bonito. The group of 12 walked to Istiklal Caddesi, the elegant street at the heart of Beyońülu, once lined with grand department stores and colonnaded arcades, now pedestrianised andfull of international chains and banks. They stopped for a group photo.
‚ÄúI heard a bang like a metallic slam,‚ÄĚ says Califa. ‚ÄúThen I opened my eyes and there was smoke.‚ÄĚ Somehow he found he was still standing up, but his clothes were torn and his ankle was bleeding. ‚ÄúI saw my friends lying in front of me.‚ÄĚ One woman was already dead. Others were terribly wounded. He saw too the body of the suicide bomber. ‚ÄúMy girlfriend took me by the hand and we sat down. It felt like ages waiting. Half an hour feels like a lifetime. Everyone was bleeding, everyone was shouting. Two of my friends died in front of me. An old man working in a small shop selling cheap scarves ran into the street with all the scarves and tried to staunch the bleeding and tie tourniquets. I remember looking up and people were at every window with phones.‚ÄĚ Continue reading...
Worldwide commission aims to end energy poverty in sub-Saharan Africa and south Asia by driving investment in new technology
Electricity could be delivered to more than a billion people currently living without it within a decade by linking up small-scale projects into a giant, environmentally-friendly network.
According to a new global commission, advances in micro energy grids and renewable energy technologies could ‚Äúdramatically accelerate change‚ÄĚ and transform lives in rural areas of sub-Saharan African and south Asia. Continue reading...
Teenager who had her first period during school lesson was reportedly branded ‚Äėdirty‚Äô and expelled from classroom
A 14-year-old schoolgirl in Kenya took her own life after a teacher allegedly embarrassed her for having her period in class.
The girl‚Äôs death has prompted protests from female parliamentarians and reignited a national conversation about ‚Äúperiod shaming‚ÄĚ and access to menstrual products. Continue reading...
National agencies granted greater power to enforce existing laws banning practices such as shackling
Indonesia is stepping up efforts to protect people with mental health conditions by affording national agencies new powers to monitor and close down institutions found to be abusing patients.
The country‚Äôs human rights commission and its witness and victim protection unit are among the agencies empowered to monitor facilities to check they don‚Äôt contravene a 1977 government ban on ‚Äúpasung‚ÄĚ ‚Äď shackling or detaining patients in confined spaces. Continue reading...
Charges against Erick Kabendera preclude bail, say lawyers, as national media council claims case has been ‚Äėpolitically handled‚Äô
A Tanzanian journalist charged with money laundering and leading organised crime could face up to five years in jail without trial because bail is not guaranteed in cases involving alleged economic crimes, his legal team has warned.
Erick Kabendera‚Äôs lawyers and family also criticised Tanzanian immigration authorities for refusing to return his wife and children‚Äôs passports, even though allegations over his citizenship have been dropped. Continue reading...
Health ministry calls for greater efforts to deal with mosquito-borne disease at village level as death toll reaches four figures
The Philippine health ministry has urged local officials to ramp up efforts to combat dengue fever after the death toll from the epidemic reached 1,021.
The young have born the brunt of the outbreak, with children under the age of 10 accounting for more than a third of the deaths recorded in the eight months up to August, when a national epidemic of the mosquito-borne disease was declared. Continue reading...
Women‚Äôs health apps are again raising concerns of privacy as a new study finds some are sharing information without consent
Sign up for the Week in Patriarchy, a newsletter‚Äč on feminism and sexism sent every Saturday. Continue reading...
A 15-year-old girl from my family was among thousands of traumatised innocents dumped at the notorious al-Hawl displacement facility in Syria
In April, a 15-year-old female relative of mine attempted to escape from al-Hawl camp, the displacement facility in eastern Syria that hosts families of Islamic State fighters. My cousin was one of thousands of civilians displaced from areas previously held by Isis and kept at the camp as they fled the group‚Äôs last strongholds.
My relative never joined the organisation, nor did any member of her family. But when she was caught, the guards noticed she was wearing a burqa, the face veil that Isis imposed on women living under its so-called caliphate. Since she was no longer living under Isis, the Kurdish interrogators accused her of being a ‚ÄúDaeshiyah‚ÄĚ ‚Äď a pejorative word to describe female Isis sympathisers. Rather than defending herself as a civilian with no association or sympathy to Isis, she opted for a defiant tone: ‚ÄúThis is Islam, like it or not.‚ÄĚ Continue reading...
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern‚Äôs credentials at home and abroad as a new kind of leader all hang on her next move
It‚Äôs just shy of a year ago that Jacinda Ardern stood in the UN general assembly and spoke in support of the #MeToo movement. There was spontaneous applause from the floor for that small part of a much longer speech ‚Äď it felt like a significant moment.
The New Zealand leader‚Äôs trip to New York attracted the usual grumbles here at home ‚Äď those who could not quite get their head around the very idea of a 38-year-old unmarried woman as prime minister carped about her decision to take her three-month-old daughter along ‚Äď but the result was the blossoming of an international media love affair. Baby Neve‚Äôs appearance at the back of the UN chamber was just the icing on the cake. Continue reading...
Klobuchar, Booker, Buttigieg, Sanders, Biden, Warren, Harris, Yang, O‚ÄôRourke and Castro ‚Äď all 10 hopefuls rated
The candidates gathered in Houston, Texas, for the latest Democratic debate represented the top tier of the large field campaigning for the party‚Äôs 2020 nomination. But how did each of them fare during a night of policy cut and thrust, some mutual admiration and also some caustic attacks ‚Äď on each other and on Donald Trump.
Related: Biden clashes with Warren and Sanders in lively Democratic debate Continue reading...
Fish play a big role in the lives of people in Melanesia; coastal fisheries are not just a source of food and income, they are also central to cultural identity. The Wan Smolbag Theatre Company, from Vanuatu, travels to small fishing villages and performs a play called Twist mo Spin, which tells villagers about the challenges fisheries face across the region and about sustainable fishing Continue reading...
Kolkata, one of Asia‚Äôs great melting pots, is the last place on Earth where rickshaw wallahs still haul people and goods through narrow lanes. With just hundreds left, Palani Mohan‚Äôs images capture them as they disappear.
Almost all of the pullers originate from the state of Bihar, one of India‚Äôs poorest. They come here looking for work, leaving their families behind in the villages. It‚Äôs a hard and lonely existence, and one that is slowly dying out. The government of West Bengal state has described the jobs of the rickshaw pullers as ‚Äėbarbaric‚Äô, ‚Äėdespicable‚Äô and ‚Äėinhuman‚Äô. There is no place in the world today, it says, for ‚Äėhuman horses‚Äô. Men with bare feet pulling others for 18 hours a day in the heat and the rain, for just a few rupees. But the city‚Äôs residents disagree Continue reading...
At least six people have died as a result of record-breaking rain during the past two days. More than 1,100 military personnel have been deployed to the regions of Murcia and Valencia to help evacuate thousands to safety after floods submerged roads. Continue reading...
Rival groups of protesters clash in the Amoy Plaza mall in another weekend of mass demonstrations after months of political unrest. Dozens of protesters scuffled at the shopping district in Kowloon Bay, where they traded blows and some used umbrellas to hit their opponents. Police detained several people Continue reading...
Houthi drones attacked the world's largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia and a major oilfield operated by Saudi Aramco early on Saturday, sparking a huge fire at a processor vital to global energy supplies. It was not clear if there were any injuries in the attacks, nor whether they would affect the country's oil production Continue reading...