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Peggy Marshall
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Chunking Your 2017 Goals

Chunking Your 2017 Goals; Now that we know that we increase our odds of success when we break down our goals into smaller parts, let’s return to the twelve week year. Due to the limitations of space with this blog, I cannot cover all of the aspects of the twelve week year but will cover what are a few critical aspects to success. Click here for the full article.
Clarissa Burt
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Spring has arrived

Spring time is always jam packed with various events for me; I have no time to be fashionably late. What helps keep me on time this spring is my new Michael Kors Rose Golden Pyramid-Stud Leather Runway watch. I am in love with the simplicity design of the smooth face. Click here for the full article.
Clarissa Burt
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Phoenix Fashion Week

The fashion-minded and artists alike have heard of and marked the famous New York, Paris, and Milan Fashion Weeks. Marrying the art of runway and fashion design while showcasing a new collection isn’t a new concept Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Putting Your Attention On

This month we are going to focus on Intention and Attention. In my work with people who are trying to make changes in their lives by putting their heart’s desires Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Thinking Differently about Conflict

When we think about conflict, many of us cringe. We avoid it, we ignore it, and we may try desperately to remain disengaged from it. However, when we allow ourselves to embrace conflict as a natural component of healthy relationships, we can learn tools and techniques that move us through conflict more quickly and resolutely. Dudley Weeks in “Eight Essential Step to Conflict Resolution” lays out a road map for us to successfully navigate through conflict. Click here for the full article.
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Ohio Autumn Adventure

Day One: Grab Your Passport to Ohio’s Wine Country Where Lake Erie and Grand River Valley meet is a terrain of rich soil that produces plump grapes. It's here, in Ashtabula County, where the production of 65 percent of all Ohio grapes in their distinct microclimate gives this region the name "Wine Country." Stop by Ferrante Winery and Ristorante where 22 family-owned, secret-recipe wines are paired perfectly with the restaurant's upscale dining menu. The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake offers breathtaking views of Lake Erie and is adjacent to Geneva State Park. Or, if you're a nature enthusiast, spend the night at the family-friendly Indian Creek Camping Resort. Don't Miss: Ashtabula County's 17 covered bridges during a self-guided driving tour. You'll see the longest covered bridge in the country at 613 feet! Click here for the full article.
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Web Extra Phoenix

Shift Across America is an attempt at modern storytelling. There is a movement underway in America. A movement to reshape and reform our communities and economies. Leaders from coast to coast are doing amazing and transformational work, and I will help them share their stories. And along the way, I'll be sharing information about the 10% Shift happening in New England, a grassroots initiative to catalyze sustainable and equitable economies. Click here for the full article.
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Tunneling or Guided Persuasion

Fogg’s Principle of Tunneling: “Using computing technology to guide users through a process or experience provides opportunities to persuade along the way.” This month we take a journey to tunneling in our series on B. J. Fogg’s seven tools of persuasion from his book Persuasive Technology: Using Computers to Change What We Think and Do. Fogg cites software installation as a tunnel. That frequently involves staying near the computer and answering questions every so often. You are a captive audience as the installation proceeds. As such, you may experience promotions for other products or about the benefits of your new purchase. You and the company share a journey of software installation, with the company selecting the sights along the route. Click here for the full article.
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Advertising in a Tough Economy

Businesses that continue to promote in a tough economy have a stronger and greater chance of a full recovery. Often one of the first things businesses do in a financially tough economy is cut back on advertising. Studies show the businesses that reduces their marketing are at risk of being forgotten. This is the best time to keep your "Open for Business" sign on. Clients may assume you are not ready to provide product or services , or worse, assume that you are out of business. Click here for the full article.
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Increase your Marketing Readership

Increase your Marketing Readership with a Double Path Article. There are two types of readerships Analytical and Impulsive. So to get the most bang for your buck you need to appeal to these two personality extremes. While most sales letters appeal to one extreme at the expense of the other, you can very easily incorporate both. Click here for the full article.