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Cash Crunch: Quick Business Cash Flow Relief in 3 Simple Steps

When in the midst of a business cash flow crunch, what you need more than anything is more money quickly.

Here are three ways you can ease a short-term cash crunch fast.

1. Collect Your Money Now!

Do you have clients who have not yet paid you what they owe? Pick up the phone and give them a friendly nudge!

Making collection calls does not have to be…


Added by Donna Reade on July 27, 2016 at 8:00am — 1 Comment

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Learning Is Connected to Everything You Do

We all are products of our educational experiences. Those experiences influence the way we teach other people. It's safe to say that our view of learning is limited by our personal learning experiences. Whether you are a blogger, author, speaker, entrepreneur, homemaker, craftsman, business leader, employee, or anyone I left out, you have numerous opportunities to teach and…


Added by Terry Hadaway on July 27, 2016 at 7:25am — 2 Comments

Nutrition: Are You Throwing Away Some of the Most Nutrient Rich Parts of Your Food?

Often we throw away the parts of our fruits and veggies that have just as much or more nutrition than the part we typically eat!

In a previous post I explained why you…


Added by Ann Musico on July 27, 2016 at 7:00am — 3 Comments

Are You Full of Hope?

Are you full of hope? Hebrews chapter eleven shows people of faith are people of hope. That makes sense, doesn’t it? Those who trust God have more reason for hope than those who don’t. But problems with no visible solutions test our faith and challenge our hope.

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A planned vacation to Yosemite National Park for my husband’s birthday…


Added by Debbie W. Wilson on July 26, 2016 at 2:57pm — 3 Comments

30 Second Tip – Have a Cleaning Supplies Bag

Many people will leave cleaning supplies under the kitchen and bathroom counters.  But often this results in multiple bottles (glass cleaner in each area, multiple toilet cleaning bottles, bleach wipes in each area, etc), extra sponges, and increased clutter.  Not to mention the cleaning supplies tend to be down in a lower area where younger hands could inadvertently get into them!

My solution –...

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Added by Lesley Morrison on July 26, 2016 at 10:26am — 2 Comments

Rita S. Wilson Memorial Scholarship


"The Scholarship" was created in memory of friend and mentor, Ms. Rita S. Wilson, Staunton's first African-American councilwoman!

What a phenomenal woman!

Help us; please, keep the legacy alive!

Thank you!

Bless 'ya!



Added by Ms Angela L Vann on July 26, 2016 at 8:49am — No Comments

I Did It Now What?

I quit my job at the end of the month a week and a half ago. I left for a handful of reasons:

1. Salary 20% below par for experience and background

2. 1 hour commute each way and owner will not allow more than one day remote per week.

3. technology is disparate and legacy (I'm a software engineer)

4. I'm working on a team of 1

5. The company is not growing--since I joined 18 months ago most of the meetings are about how the company is not…


Added by Brian Seim on July 25, 2016 at 9:48pm — 9 Comments

Taking Rather Than Giving / Social Media User Name Research

Good Evening 48Days.net community!  Over the past week we have been hard at work editing our first video featuring none other than my future sister-in-law's wedding shower!  We are excited to share the results with the community and receive your feedback!  We are only on our third blog post and my brother and I feel we have already broken a cardinal rule of this community.  We have taken more than we have given!  We have asked community members for their feedback and given none of our own.…

Added by Chris Dyer on July 25, 2016 at 8:39pm — 2 Comments

5 Time Management Tips for Busy Job Seekers

I’m not always the most organized person with my time, but I try. I like being efficient. The trouble is, sometimes when the “to do” list is very long, it can become overwhelming and then procrastination takes over rather than action. Here are 5 time management tips you can use to keep your…


Added by Marcy Travis on July 25, 2016 at 6:30pm — 2 Comments

Prayer (part 1)

We talk about it all the time saying things like; I will pray for you or I will keep you in my prayers, but what does it mean to pray?

Well first of all it’s comforting to know that even the followers of Jesus had to ask to be taught how to pray “Lord, teach us to pray” Luke 11:1. They…


Added by Mike Fenton on July 25, 2016 at 2:45pm — 2 Comments

Playing Bored Games at Your Job?

Oh no, Not the Pokemon-Go type games or anything like those. These are games we play when we stay at a job far too long for all the wrong reasons.

One of the things I hear consistently from many clients is how long they have been unhappy at their jobs. Many have stayed working in an area where they no longer experience joy, a sense of purpose or any contentment. They play Bored GamesFrustration Games,Blame Games and…


Added by Kathy on July 25, 2016 at 1:23pm — 2 Comments

Health and Appetite: Clutter vs Control

Anyone who knows me well knows I am most definitely not a fanatic housekeeper. I like a clean orderly house, but mine is of the “lived in” genre! God, with His amazing sense of humor, has given me close friends who are more of the “clean-freak” types – you know what I mean. Vacuuming the mattress every…


Added by Ann Musico on July 25, 2016 at 7:30am — 2 Comments

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5 Habits to Develop NOW to Be Wildly Successful In Life

You should give out of a joyful and cheerful state of heart- just because you want to.

Andrea wrote me a question about my daily routines, disciplines and habits that I have in place that…


Added by Stephanie OBrien on July 25, 2016 at 3:48am — 2 Comments

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Having a Confidence Breakdown?

“Your thoughts are incredibly powerful. Choose yours wisely.”  Joe Dispenza

I recently had a confidence breakdown. It wasn’t just low confidence, it was more like negative confidence. All the old brain voices spoke loud and clear:…


Added by Lynne Watts on July 25, 2016 at 12:00am — 1 Comment

Finding Purpose

By Mike Fenton

How often do you ask yourself, what is my purpose or my life’s plan? How can I discover and manifest what is most important to me? Your discovery becomes a foundation for leading a purposeful and fulfilling life, and for…


Added by Mike Fenton on July 23, 2016 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

Movin' On Up

I finally got everything together and it is looking good.

  1. Music Lessons California website
  2. Fast Track Music Lessons website
  3. Get Jazzed About Music blog

All of my social media is in place and that is doing great. I'm getting more followers and more comments on my…


Added by Brenda Mueller on July 23, 2016 at 10:24am — 1 Comment

5 Steps to Reaching Your Goals with Marianne Renner

Making positive changes in life can be a challenge. Making changes that last is even more of a challenge. That's where Marianne's goal-setting process comes in.



Added by Justin Gentry on July 23, 2016 at 7:30am — No Comments

Sundaram chants Om Mata Jaya

This recording is from a Saturday evening Satsang at Yoga Vidya in Bad Meinberg. Sundaram chants Om Mata Jaya. Enjoy this deeply touching chant and sing along!

Visit Sundaram on:…


Added by Sukadev Bretz on July 22, 2016 at 12:06pm — No Comments

Healthy Weight Loss: Two Ways to Tell How You Shape Up?

One of the ways you can assess your heart health is by knowing your waist-to-hip ratio (WHR). This number measures your health and risk of heart disease based on how your body fat is distributed. You are probably aware that if you carry most of your fat in your belly, it is a risk factor for heart…


Added by Ann Musico on July 22, 2016 at 7:30am — 2 Comments

5 Reasons You Should Start Building Jigsaw Puzzles

Did you used to build jigsaw puzzles as a kid?  What about now?  Does it seem like something only "old folks" do to pass the time?  Well, this week I want to encourage you to go through that closet and pull out one of your jigsaw puzzles and get busy!  Here are 5 reasons I believe we should all start building jigsaw puzzles.
Puzzles are fun, relaxing, and engaging. You can do them by yourself or with others. It is a break from your routine and is a…

Added by John Miller on July 21, 2016 at 5:30pm — 4 Comments

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