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How To Move Your Business Online in 7 Steps


So you have set up your company, fairly established and generating some sort of revenue. Why should you take the most important step of starting online?The online audience is massive - it's an information resource used by millions worldwide and continues to grow.

7 Ways To Profit From Other Peoples Products


If you don't possess the time, money or inclination to create your own hot selling product there is plenty of scope for profit by using other people's.In this quick article I'll detail the best ways to take a third-party product and use it to fill your own bank account.

Ten Tips For Staying Connected While Working Alone


Ten Tips for Staying ConnectedMany of my business clients tell me that what they missed most when they started their businesses was the camaraderie of an office setting. Small businesses often start with the owner as the only employee.

Ten Tips For Starting A New Job


1. Get to know people.

Ten Ways To Sell Your Ideas To Anyone


You have a great idea you know is a winner. All you need is support from some key people.

10 Steps for Simplifying Business Plan Financial Statements


For most business owners and entrepreneurs, preparing, and communicating the financial statement section of a business plan is like trying to give driving directions to someone who doesn't speak the same language."Numbers" is the language most investors speak.

Top Ten Ways to Develop New Success Habits


1. Make a clear, specific commitment to what you want.

Never Sell Again: Get Repeat Business and Avoid the Need to Prospect


If you're a business owner, you know that repeat business is critical to your success. It also makes your life much easier because you can count on ongoing business without having to continuously find new prospects and convince them to hire you.

7 Super Ways To Drum Up More Sales


1. Use subheads throughout your ad copy.

Brainstorming! The Key To Wealth


Advertising executive Alex F. Osborne first coined the word "brainstorming" in the early 1940's.

The Top 10 Reasons Your Staff Wants to Quit


From an employee's perspective, management often conducts itself in ways that make no sense. When the economy is slow, jobs are few and far in between or people are fearful, staff will tolerate management behaviors and policies that are nonsensical (in their eyes) or they judge are harmful.

10 Reasons to Use Online Banking


With today's technology and people's need for more information it is no wonder that online banking is growing as one of the most popular uses of the internet. Here we have listed the 10 biggest benefits to start using online banking.

Ten Tips for Effective Meetings


Here are ten things that you can do to hold more effective meetings.1) Avoid meetings.

Ten Reasons to Implement Choice Theory in Your Organization


What is Choice Theory (CT)? CT is a theory of the explanation of human behavior. CT has applicability to both a person's personal and professional life.

Ten Top Performance Management Tips


Talk to Your People Often By building a great relationship with your people you will bring trust, honesty and information. This gives you a head start in Performance Management of your people.

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Trump said ‘it certainly looks that way’ after briefing, ending administration’s refusal to discuss journalist

Donald Trump has said he presumes that Jamal Khashoggi is dead, and said the consequences for Saudi Arabia could be “very severe” if its leaders are found to have ordered the dissident journalist’s killing.

Trump made the remarks after being briefed on the investigation by his secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, on Pompeo’s return from a trip to Riyadh and Ankara.

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PM will receive backing to build ‘coalition of the reasonable’ in desperate bid to avoid no deal

EU leaders are preparing to back Theresa May in building a “coalition of the reasonable” in the UK parliament, in a desperate bid to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

Following what has been described by diplomats as a “call for help” by the prime minister at a crunch summit in Brussels, the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, stressed that the EU had to pursue “all avenues” to find a deal that can get through the Commons.“I think where there is a will there is a way,” she said.

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President’s comments at Montana rally in praise of violence against US journalist come amid international outcry over Khashoggi

Donald Trump has praised Greg Gianforte, the Congress member from Montana, for violently attacking a Guardian reporter, saying that someone who performs a body slam is “my guy”.

Trump described in glowing terms the physical assault that occurred on 24 May 2017 when Ben Jacobs, the Guardian’s political correspondent, was asking Gianforte a question about health care policy in the course of a special congressional election in Bozeman, Montana. The US president incited cheers and chants from a crowd of about 8,000 supporters on Thursday night when he said: “Greg is smart. And by the way, never wrestle him. You understand. Never.”

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Experts say planet that ‘doesn’t fit’ could offer new insights into how solar system formed

A mission to Mercury, one of our solar system’s least studied planets, is about to embark on its seven-year journey.

Experts say BepiColombo could not only shed light on the mysteries of our neighbourhood’s smallest planet, but also offer new insights into how the solar system formed and even provide vital clues as to whether planets found orbiting other stars – so-called exoplanets – could be habitable.

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Tokyo-based KYB admits doctoring data for equipment in almost 1,000 structures across Japan

A Japanese hydraulics firm has admitted falsifying inspection data for equipment used to protect hundreds of buildings from major earthquakes, including venues for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Tokyo-based KYB and a subsidiary said the practice of doctoring data for hydraulic oil dampers – which control vibration and reduce shaking during earthquakes – affected almost 1,000 structures across Japan.

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Relief for trans community after country fell behind in offering the procedure

The New Zealand government has lifted a cap on gender reassignment surgery to address a 30-year plus waiting list.

Under the previous government the state funded three male-to-female surgeries and one female-to-male every two years. The waiting list for around 100 people stretched into the decades.

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Petrol, food and medicine shortages bite as country deals with legacy of Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe will plunge further into economic crisis unless international lenders provide aid to the heavily indebted former British colony, senior officials from the Zanu-PF ruling party have said.

In recent days, some vital commodities have become scarce, with motorists in Harare, the capital, spending a night in their cars in queues outside petrol stations, supermarkets rationing purchases or shutting entirely, and chemists unable to provide some basic medicines. Food prices have soared.

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Despite policy change by UK government offering them free abortion in England, women risk stigma and prosecution

Women in Northern Ireland who want an abortion are caught between the costs, stigma and complexities of travelling to Great Britain and the risk of prosecution if they access pills online to take at home, according to new research.

A policy change by the UK government last year allowed women from Northern Ireland to have a free abortion in England on the NHS, but it has not solved the problems they face, says a study based on a series of interviews published in a medical journal.

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Threat joins backlash from Middle East over possible move of embassy to Jerusalem

Indonesian officials have threatened to “adjust” policies towards Australia if the Morrison government decides to move Australia’s embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

The warnings from officials in the Indonesian foreign ministry and ministry of defence – first reported by ABC’s AM – add to a growing backlash from 13 Middle Eastern and north African nations and the Palestinian National Authority against the Coalition’s plan to reconsider the location of the embassy.

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex don leis on Sydney sand to shine spotlight on mental health

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have again wowed crowds in Sydney – on the sands of Bondi beach in the morning, before the prince climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Friday afternoon.

Prince Harry and prime minister Scott Morrison climbed the bridge to raise the flag for the Invictus Games.

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The controversial Peace Bridge is now one of the most-used walking and cycling routes in Calgary. The councillor behind it reveals the project’s stormy process

“The level of hatred directed towards that piece of infrastructure was out of proportion with the cost,” says Druh Farrell as she recalls the stormy process leading to the construction of Santiago Calatrava’s pedestrian and cycling Peace Bridge in Calgary. “It was an incredibly painful process. It became so intense.”

The celebrated Spanish architect was brought in to address a complicated brief. The crossing – connecting downtown to the northern river pathway and the community of Sunnyside – had to completely span the Bow River, while being flat enough to avoid obstructing a nearby helicopter-landing area.

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Carlos Marchand photographs basketball hoops in Queens, New York City, as a way of framing suburbia

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Santa Maria Tonantzintla was set to be one of Mexico’s first smart cities – but residents saw it as an attempt to westernise their town and leave tradition behind

Lupita Tecual Porquillo had heard a rumour that the plaza was going to be “remodelled”. The 51-year-old grocery store owner lives around the corner from the centre of Santa Maria Tonantzintla, a sleepy town in the state of Puebla, about three hours from Mexico City. She assumed “remodelling” meant repairing the plaza’s centuries-old cobblestone pavement.

In November 2017, heavy machinery arrived to tear out the characteristic cobblestones and replace them with smooth, uniform stone tiles. On 11 January, Tecual Porquillo discovered the municipality had also knocked down the clock tower and stucco bridge – both beloved landmarks in the central plaza.

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Dunkirk is a month into a project that makes it the biggest European city to offer entirely free public transport to residents and visitors alike. So what do people think?

One month after the French channel port of Dunkirk introduced free public transport for all, a small revolution is taking place.

Two women, perfect strangers until now, are chatting across the aisle about nothing in particular. One admits she sometimes takes the bus “just for the fun of it”. A young man wearing headphones is charging his mobile in a socket just above the “request stop” button.

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Chloe the bulldog, who had 180,000 followers and several brand partnerships, is a case study in a new kind of celebrity death

Loni Edwards, 34, treated her four-year-old miniature French bulldog Chloe like her baby. “We did everything together. Every flight. Every meeting. We cuddled every night,” said Edwards.

Then tragedy struck.

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Officials working for Jeremy Hunt lobbied to alter oversight of failing hospital schemes

Civil servants working for Jeremy Hunt successfully lobbied the Cabinet Office to stop failing Carillion hospital projects from being overseen by an independent watchdog, an official report has disclosed.

A National Audit Office report said the Department of Health intervened in 2015, which meant the Cabinet Office took responsibility for oversight of Carillion’s health construction projects including the Midland Metropolitan hospital. Hunt was health secretary at the time.

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One year ago this month, California’s wine country was ravaged by more than 20 major wildfires, one of which was the Tubbs fire, among the most destructive. By the time it was extinguished, more than 20 people had been killed and nearly 40,000 acres devastated. Photographer Justin Sullivan returned to Santa Rosa, the city most severely affected by the fire

The Tubbs fire is thought to have been sparked by power lines toppled by gale-force gusts and fanned by hot, dry “Diablo” winds that blew into northern California toward the Pacific. In addition to high winds, the fire was stoked by an abundance of thick brush left tinder-dry by a hot summer.

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Sotol has re-emerged in Mexico and across the border thanks to growing interest in authentic and ethically sourced spirits

When the US banned alcohol production and importation in 1920, spirits from Mexico began illegally crossing the border. Alongside mass quantities of tequila was the lesser-known sotol: a north Mexican moonshine with a similar flavor profile.

“We exported 300,000 liters during prohibition,” said Ricardo Pico, of the Chihuahua-based distillery Sotol Clande, who has spent years studying the drink. After prohibition, Pico said, the Mexican government – protecting the interests of large alcohol companies – embarked on a campaign to paint sotol as an unrefined peasant drink. Mexico criminalized the production of sotol, destroyed distilleries and imprisoned maestro sotol makers.

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Grace Meng speaks out about ‘cruel, dirty’ Chinese authorities after disappearance of France-based Meng Hongwei

The wife of Meng Hongwei, incumbent president of Interpol who has been detained in secret by China, says she is not sure her husband is alive after he disappeared mysteriously last month, to turn up under investigation in China.

In an emotional interview with the BBC, Grace Meng said she and her children have been waiting for news of Meng Hongwei, who has not been seen or heard from since 25 September when he flew from France to China. “I tell them Daddy is on a long business trip … We want to hear his voice,” she said in an interview published on Friday.

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Coalition of green groups has been working hard to ensure voters realise they have a chance to give Liberals a wake-up call

Young people in colourful T-shirts bearing slogans of Stop Adani, and members of Renew and other green groups, have been fanning out across Sydney’s eastern suburbs to knock on as many doors as possible – not for any particular candidate, but for a specific cause.

Unlike most general elections or byelections where economic management, tax, health and education dominate voters’ thinking and candidates’ pitches, the byelection in Wentworth will be a referendum on climate change and the lurch to the right by the Liberal party.

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For 22 years, Rano Mahmurodova was violently abused by her husband. A groundbreaking new project changed everything

The change in behaviour of Rano Mahmurodova’s husband was nothing short of a “miracle”.

Married at 18, the 42-year-old had spent more than two decades being physically and verbally assaulted by her husband, who was fuelled by drink, drugs and unemployment.

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The development secretary was dramatically interrupted while addressing delegates at a conference on sexual abuse in the aid sector when Alexia Pepper De Caires, a charity whistleblower and former Save the Children employee, strode on to the stage

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Development secretary allows demonstrator to address audience at event called in response to Oxfam scandal

Penny Mordaunt was dramatically confronted on stage by a protester who accused her of failing to give women a voice at a conference on sex abuse in the aid sector.

Alexia Pepper De Caires, a whistleblower and former Save the Children employee, approached the minister while she was delivering her speech in London on Thursday.

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Heatwaves and drought have devastated crops in rural Cambodia, forcing many farmers to abandon the fields and take work in the country’s burgeoning brick industry, where they become trapped in debt bondage. Photographer Thomas Cristofoletti visited Cambodia to explore the reality behind research done at Royal Holloway, University of London, that shows farmers struggling with debt are putting their families’ lives at risk to make ‘blood bricks’

• All photographs by Thomas Cristofoletti. Blood Bricks: Untold Stories of Modern Slavery and Climate Change from Cambodia is on at the Building Centre, London WC1E until 31 October

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Slavery is illegal in throughout the world, yet an estimated 21 million people are enslaved globally. To put that number in perspective on Anti-Slavery Day, there are more slaves in contemporary society than at the height of the transatlantic slave trade. But would you recognise a modern slave if you saw one in the street?

• This video was first published in July 2017

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The president is right where he wants to be as he defends fellow corrupt rulers in Jamal Khashoggi’s death

From the moment he laid his stubby hands on that glowing orb in Riyadh, Donald Trump signaled to the world what kind of leader he aspired to be. Bathed in a spectral light, standing alongside the Saudi King Salman and the Egyptian dictator, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the man formerly known as the leader of the free world smiled with self-satisfaction that he had arrived at his chosen destination.

Despite the object’s likeness to the orb of Saruman, this was no secret society of evil wizards. Instead, it was a brazenly open society of corrupt old men with a clear disregard for the rule of law, if not a cruel desire to brutalize their opponents.

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How much longer can Trump indulge Saudis’ claim that a rogue operation is to blame?

Claims by Turkish officials that investigators have found evidence that Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul have not completely derailed US efforts to ease the biggest diplomatic crisis between Saudi Arabia and western interests for generations, but it has left the administration struggling for options.

The White House knows it will be straining credulity with its supporters if, as Donald Trump has suggested, it were to accept Riyadh’s claim that Khashoggi’s presumed killing was the result of a rogue operation that went wrong.

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Guardian investigation reveals how a small firm of wealth advisers built up a $3bn ‘golden passports’ industry and gained influence in the Caribbean

It was supposed to be a lunch, but the Swiss businessman was not eating. As his companions tucked into their pasta, Christian Kälin sipped mineral water.

Related: Henley & Partners statement

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Trump’s loyalty to Riyadh amid the Jamal Khashoggi crisis is stretching his credibility to breaking point

A key player in the US-Saudi relationship is conspicuously missing from the talks held in Riyadh by the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, to try to defuse the international crisis over the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.

Jared Kushner helped build the alliance between the House of Saud and the House of Trump. The president’s son-in-law and senior adviser took the lead in promoting Mohammed bin Salman as a Saudi visionary, and persuaded the administration to hitch US Middle East policy to the prince’s rising star.

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The US president draws laughter at a Montana rally with advice to 'never wrestle' local Congressman Gianforte, who in 2017 assaulted a  Guardian reporter. 'Any guy that can do a body slam ... he's my guy,' says the US president. Trump’s comments mark the first time the president has openly and directly praised a violent act against a journalist on American soil. It comes in the wake of Trump’s refusal to condemn Saudi Arabia despite growing evidence its leader, crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, ordered the decapitation and dismemberment of the journalist and Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi.


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The US president tells reporters that ‘it certainly looks like’ missing Saudi journalist Kamal Khashoggi is dead. Trump said his administration is still awaiting the results of a number of investigations into the journalist’s disappearance after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul

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Abdel Fatah al-Sisi sits upfront as the Russian president takes the wheel for a lap of a race track in the Black Sea resort of Sochi where the two have been holding talks

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Investigators use drones and cadaver dogs to search Mohammad al-Otaibi’s Istanbul residence

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The march continues as people journey towards the US in search of asylum. A caravan of 1,600 set off from the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula five days ago. They have been joined by many others fleeing poverty and violence along the way. Most of the people are walking along the roadside or trying to hitch a ride on pickup trucks and buses

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US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, says neither he or the Saudi government want to discuss the facts when asked whether missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi is alive or dead. Pompeo was speaking to reporters before a meeting with Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

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At least 10 people have died and many more wounded after a explosion at a college in Crimea. The blast took place in the city of Kerch. One witness told local television that armed gunmen were also involved in the attack. Russia’s Investigative Committee has declared the assault a terrorist attack

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