Top Affiliate Marketing Tips: Take The Next Step!

by Paschal E Nwanaji Arts and Entertainment, Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Real Estate, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
Top Affiliate Marketing Tips: Take The Next Step!  When you read about affiliate marketing, you may feel overwhelmed. There are so many tips, techniques and strategies out there that it can feel like you'll never sort out the good information from the bad. In this article, you'll find only the best affiliate marketing tips, without any of the fluff. Diversify your affiliate marketing strategy; do not put all of your advertising eggs in a single basket. No matter how tightly you focus ...
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Affiliate Marketing Ventures That Will Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Venture

by Paschal E Nwanaji Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Real Estate, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Home Improvement, Self Improvement, Communications, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
Perhaps there's no other genre in the history of the world that has the entrepreneurial appeal of the internet. With so many millions of people logged on at any given time, there are literally trillions of dollars exchanged via the internet on a daily basis. Being a successful affiliate marketer can ensure your slice of the pie, and these tips can help you grab a big piece. Another way to make your affiliate advertising venture a success is to put information ...
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Igniting the Flame of a New Idea

by Steve Martin Relationships, Self Improvement
How is starting a fire a perfect illustration for "igniting the flame of a new idea?"  In order to start a physical fire you need three basic elements.  Those elements are fuel, oxygen or oxidizing agent, and heat.  When considering the parallel to new ideas, fuel could represent the new idea itself, oxygen could represent allowing this new idea to be or stay "uncovered" to the environment around it vs. hiding this idea, and heat from friction could represent the ...
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Powerful Empathetic Listening

by Lori Childers-Paoletti Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
What is Empathetic listening? I have heard of mindful listening, but what is empathetic listening?  Steven R. Covey Author of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People will help us to get clear on this highly effective tool for learning. I will be paraphrasing Mr. Covey throughout this article. I highly recommend you pick up a copy of this amazing book by clicking on the title above. It is so easy to get distracted nowadays with technology constantly stimulating our brains. It is ...
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How my compassion came from being co-dependent

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
How my compassion came from being co-dependent My younger years For as long as I can remember, I have always been or felt compassion to other people. I always thought the best of people and wanted the best for people. I hated to see suffering and I hated conflict or confrontation of any kind, shape or form.  I’ve been called a wimp, a jerk, a coward, gutless, yellow belly, I’ve been bullied, told to toughen up. But none of that changed me and ...
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Accept

by Rowena Bennett Home Based Business, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
Our brains are getting a little busy with all this conscious thought and creation stuff, hey! But that's exactly what we are looking for. We want to be busy making conscious decisions and having conscious thoughts about every aspect of our lives and creating the good stuff. This stops the unconscious thoughts from happening which lead to less than optional results. ReflectionHow do you feel after focusing on the concept of creation for a week? Have you been able to be ...
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Are you truly living life? If not, let fulfillment set you free.

by Omar Almajali Relationships, Self Improvement
If you had the choice between living a life 'sleep walking' and living a life of fulfillment what would you choose?  What is a life of fulfillment? In my opinion, a person living a life without fulfillment is choosing to sleep walk. Before choosing to live a life of fulfillment, I also used to see myself as an image of a walking dead. What is life without fulfillment anyways? Cambridge Dictionary defines fulfillment as “the fact of doing something that is necessary or something ...
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CELESTIAL LOVE - AND HOW JAMES GOT NUN

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews
Go to www.elysiumspassage.com to view all blog posts The third book of the ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE series will be call MYSTICAL ROMANCE. Though there are several themes that run through the book, the most prominent is celestial love and how things might be different from what is experiened on earth. Yes, the scenes include sex, but offers a much different and surprising understanding to how that occurs. As Swedenborg suggests in his quote above, nothing is diminished, only embellished according to the capacity ...
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When you are down...the choice you make is crucial to your character.

by Lori Childers-Paoletti Relationships, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
I often hear of people saying they go up and then they are down. I as well feel that tug and pull. Stop and think about this for a minute. Are you going to be pulled around by life? Or...are you going to take the steering wheel and make a choice! A stand for your life?  I am human like anyone else. I have my weak moments. My choice in life is to lift others up. Do I make the choice ...
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Work-place Injury, Depression and My answer

by Shawn Fitzgerald Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, News and Society
Hi there, my name is Shawn'o and this is my story. Back in July 2018, I did a substantial injury to my left knee in the workplace. I work in the Civil and Mining industry for 10years and before that, I was a carpenter for 11yrs. I have had to overcome my battle with depression financial strain from my injury that took 6 mths to heal even though it felt like years came off my life and this is how I ...
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7 reasons why you should be grateful today

by Omar Almajali Relationships, Self Improvement
Let’s check in with ourselves this holiday season and ask “how grateful have we been this year”? Gratitude is the one trait that can set you free. It has been proved that feeling grateful and counting your blessings can actually help increase our happiness levels, as cited by one of Harvard Med School’s articles on positive psychology. So what does it actually mean to be grateful in a practical sense? Being grateful is not about blocking out hard times nor is it ...
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I Couldn’t be a prouder Dad

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
 “I Couldn’t be a prouder Dad” “I Couldn’t be a prouder Dad” Are you a parent? I had the absolute pleasure and privilege the other day, by attending my two Sons’ Christmas pageants at school. Watching my two wee boys perform in their plays, filled me with so much pride and love for them I could have burst. Now they are only 5 and 8 years old and are still our babies, and every day I put them on the school bus, I must admit ...
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You are doing so much better than you think you are.

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
"You are doing so much better than you think" Intro My Low Self Esteem For as long as I can remember, I have had low self-esteem. I don’t know where it came from and I am not that interested to find out as that will make no difference to me now. I was a timid child, was bullied at school and was an active alcoholic until I was 34. During that time, I did function, went to school, college, worked and even set up ...
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How important is to change your mindset to be happy?

by Luci Perry Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
"I think anything is possible if you have the mindset and the will and desire to do it and put the time in." Roger Clemens -Growth Mindset Quotes Times have changed and thanks to the flourishing digital economy and the user-friendly technologies, we have at our fingertips many choices and the freedom to take control of our lives. But while we enjoy all this freedom of choice and we have all the right tools and training to break free from a traditional ...
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DAILY MESSAGE FROM THE PASSAGE

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Computers and Technology, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
For a list of more blog postings you may wish to read, go to: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage Soren Kierkegaard was a prominent Danish philosopher and theologian and is often regarded as the first existentialist. On the surface, the above statement regarding silence may not seem that profound, and yet it is, especially when witnessing a person of such discipline in both silence and speaking. Such a person, I think, we generally regard as being wise since their thoughts are well considered and 'essential.' ____________________________________ . DAILY MESSAGE ...
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TO MY FATHER

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Writing and Speaking
To view more blog posts, go to www.elysiumspassage.com     IN MEMORY OF MY FATHER born 100 years ago . GORDON PHILIP MEYERS1918-1951 . This year it has been 100 years since my father was born, so before it's too late, I thought I'd post a number of his pictures in honour of his short, but exemplary life. He passed away at the age of 33, just six years after returning from the war. I was only two years old at the time, so my memories of ...
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WHICH IS IT, PLATO OR ARISTOTLE?

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
See more blog posts at: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage  THE ONE IN THE MANY AND THE MANY IN THE ONE  THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS Roman fresco by Raphael Scuola di Atene, Italian Renaisance painter   For centuries Western intellectuals... the ones who influence our precepts and cultural direction, have been divided between Plato and his student Aristotle. What do I mean by that? Take a look at their fingers. Plato has one finger pointed upwards, indicating the One in the vertical transcendence of all that is. Aristotle, however, is more ...
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Quality Family Time - 5 Ways to Spend More Time with Your Family

by Phil Panossian Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
According to a study by a Californian-based destination marketing organization that was published in the New York Post, the average American family gets just 37 minutes of quality family time together each day. While time spent together as a family does increase somewhat on weekends, many families are still finding it difficult to find quality family time and get everyone on the same page at the same time – even when all immediate family members are in the same house. ...
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COMING SOON: SURREAL ADVENTURES

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Communications, Writing and Speaking
For more blog postings: https://digitalbloggers.com/articles/elysiumspassage ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE: SURREAL ADVENTURES is the second novel in the ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE novel series. The projected release date is this summer of 2019 and will be the first sequel to ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE: THE SUMMIT which was published in spring of 2018. Details of the hard copy or eBook may be viewed online at Amazon:           The plot of SURREAL ADVENTURES continues where THE SUMMIT leaves off. The narrative becomes even more intriguing with its ...
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