Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Business plan..

I plan to put up a small business. But the thing is I don't know how to start, what are the things to consider for the certain business and most of all, I've to be ready to take risk and chances. I'll just keep my fingers cross but hopefully, whatever I plan to put up with will work out well as planned. I don't want to expect too much from it. You know when you are very eager to do a thing, you just have to believe in your self. I have to set my objectives and goals. Business planning isn't that easy but if I will start it now, then maybe, just maybe, who knows, I might have things I hold turn to gold like Midas. :)

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Friday, July 16, 2010

The gift

I thought of the best gift,however, I've very less time to go downtown area. And so I thought of BookSwim.com Gift Card the easiest and fastest way. Somehow it has become rewarding to me being a bookworm also. BookSwim is the first online book rental library service lending you paperbacks, hardcovers and now college textbooks Netflix®-style directly to your house, without the need to purchase! Yayy!I think I like this. Hopefully, I can avail soon. :)

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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Philippine BEC (Basic Education Curriculum)

I found it online that might help the educators out there esp. in the Philippines.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Memory tricks for the brain...

Can't remember where you put your glasses? Blanked on your new colleague's name? "Forgetting these types of things is a sign of how busy we are," says Zaldy S. Tan, MD, director of the Memory Disorders Clinic at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. "When we're not paying good attention, the memories we form aren't very robust, and we have a problem retrieving the information later."

1. Pay attention. When you're introduced to someone, really listen to the person's name. Then, to get a better grasp, picture the spelling. Ask, "Is that Kathy with a K or a C?" Make a remark about the name to help lock it in ("Oh, Carpenter -- that was my childhood best friend's last name"), and use the name a few times during the conversation and when you say goodbye.

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