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African Economic Outlook

Posted By GuestCrew on Business

http://www.24hourtranslation.com - To the surprise of many economists and historians, Africa has experienced significant economic growth over the past 20 years. Owing to the continent’s abundant resources that include oil, natural gas, uranium, diamonds and fertile farming land, the continent has experienced substantial foreign investment

The Art and Science of Presenting-Episode 10 – Body Language

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - In episode 9 we said that ‘If there’s a mismatch between what we are saying and how we are saying it then the impact of the words we use is significantly diminished; people won’t trust what you say.’ In other words when it comes to the way people feel about our message then what we say and how we say it both verbally and non- verbally are each critically important to building trust. In fact, we don’t have to utter a word to communicate as even if we aren’t saying a thing our body is still giving us away.The way we move our arms, heads, the way we stand, use our face and make eye contact are constantly sending messages.

So You’ve Got A Popular Website – What Now?

Posted By erikemanuelli on Make Money

http://www.fillmymoneybox.com - Building a popular website has involved a lot of hard work. You probably spent a lot of money too. So, it makes sense to monetize your domain and create income streams.
After all, that’s why you started the website in the first place. On this page, you will find some tips and advice that should help you to progress.
It’s important that your new business evolves and capitalises on the latest trends. The guidance you’re getting today comes from experts with ample experience. Use it wisely!

19 Social Media Authorities Reveal the Risk Hidden in Your Profile

Posted By GuestCrew on Social Media

http://www.marketingholt.com - I decided to reach out to some serious influencers in Social Media to find out what they do to decrease risk by gaining connections and protecting them.

You may not know some of them, but if you don’t you’ll probably want to. Many of them don’t even need an introduction, so because of all of the great information that they have to share with you,

I’ll focus on their responses and include their contact info so you can get to know them yourself if you don’t already.

The Art and Science of Presenting-Episode 11 – How to tell a story with impact

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - Each of us have stories to tell which hold the wisdom and power to influence, inspire and connect with others in a way that facts, numbers and data can’t even come close. It seems to me that the last thing people really want more of at the moment is information. Emails, texts, social media, instant messaging, the media, our boss, colleagues and customers together with report after report after report; we are all drowning in information.

How to Train Your Team to Think Strategically

Posted By GuestCrew on Business

http://www.allbusiness.com - Strategic thinking can be taught. The Center for Management & Organization Effectiveness (CMOE) offers multiple comprehensive Applied Strategic Thinking workshops for management and every level of employee. They teach how market leadership requires strategic thinking and stress the importance of a company’s culture to their success

Why You Should Launch A New Concept In 2015

Posted By erikemanuelli on Business

http://www.fillmymoneybox.com - 2015 is the best year in recent memory to launch a new business concept. The state of the global economy has improved, and it’s easier than ever before to gain investment.
The information on this page should leave you with no doubts about timing. As far as we’re concerned, any hesitation could hinder your prospects.
It’s impossible to say what the situation will be like in six months time. That means you need to act fast and capitalise on the current situation.

The Art and Science of Presenting-Episode 12 – How to make the right first impression

Posted By mauriced on Public Speaking

http://mindfulpresenter.com - How long do you really have before you make that all important first impression? Is it 5 seconds, 10 seconds or perhaps a little longer? Researchers at Princeton University believe that it takes only one tenth of a second for someone to judge us as soon as they see our face. That may be difficult for some people to believe but think about the last time you were introduced to a stranger - didn’t you get a feeling about them in an instant?

Multilingual Website Translation and Search Optimization Made Easy

Posted By GuestCrew on WebSites

http://www.24hourtranslation.com - Marketing to foreign audiences is challenging and
risky:

Products and advertising that succeed in one
country may fail in another country.
Entering a new market without first-hand
knowledge can prove disastrous.