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    4 Money-Saving Ways Companies and Restaurants Are Going Green

    4 Money-Saving Ways Companies and Restaurants Are Going Green
    The current trend with everyone currently is to ‘go green’ and this trend definitely does not stop at large and small companies alike. Everyone is looking to save a little bit of money in any way possible, if going green will help them do this then they will gladly look into it. 1. Reusable/Recycled Bags This is one of the most ...
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    Keeping the Faith: How to be a Successful Personal Chef

    Keeping the Faith: How to be a Successful Personal Chef
    Last week, we talked about the two most important things you need to have in order to be a successful personal chef. This week, I'd like to talk to you about one more thing that is absolutely essential if you're going to succeed. It's going to sound incredibly simple, and it's also going to sound like something that will make you ...
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    How to Get a Pay Rise

    How to Get a Pay Rise
    Colleagues call you ace, you always look busy and the chief executive knows who you are thanks to some smart moves at the office Christmas party. But have you done enough to earn yourself a raise? Not on that evidence. Here’s what it really takes to make the perfect pitch and boost your pay packet: 1. The bottom line. “You have ...
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    5 Tips to Get a Work Life that Doesn't Suck

    5 Tips to Get a Work Life that Doesn't Suck
    Michelle DeAngelis is the founder and president of Michelle Inc., a management consulting firm that has served Fortune 500 companies for 14 years. In her book, Get A Life That Doesn't Suck, she details tricks helpful to entrepreneurs looking for guidance on living life and starting their business successfully. WomenEntrepreneur.com asked her to discuss five key tips from her book from ...
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