Did you know that 99.92% of the people trying to earn a living on the Internet are failing miserably?
They are working an 8 to 10 hour a day job and then coming home and staying up until 3 am trying to make money on the world wide web! The problem is not that its hard to make money
on the net.. in fact it is just the opposite, making money on the net is actually easy! The… Continue
Added by Karoly Domonyi on February 28, 2009 at 7:04 —
There is a stigma going around that suggests the book reading industry is fading…
TamaRe House Associates and TamaRe House Publishers Ltd are established for the purpose of engaging in a multiple of educational and business development projects that serve the cultural preservation of local communities. Our aim is to help local people to maximize their potential through our youth and community development projects, self-empowerment workshops and edutainment.
To address the… Continue
Added by Paul Simons on February 26, 2009 at 16:40 —
Funke Koleosho's Contemporary Nigerian Cuisine cookbook now available on Amazon Online Booksellers. http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0956148808 Order your copy now.
Added by Funke on February 23, 2009 at 15:23 —
When I found out that I was nominated for the Lambeth Business Award’s Best Young Entrepreneur category I felt reaffirmed. When you work hard all day every day, it feels so good to be noticed by others-especially when that recognition comes in the form of an award.
I think the Lambeth Business Awards, and others like them, are so helpful on so many levels. People who have nothing to do with business, or who are thinking about setting something up, can see that the council will… Continue
Added by Andrea AKA DJ De'Luscious on February 20, 2009 at 17:48 —
The Child Rights Act 2003 seeks mainly to re-enforce the rights of the child to education, among other fundamental rights. Although rights abuse is not restricted to the girl-child, theirs is a precarious situation given their peculiarities and some misconceived and obfuscating variables with religious and sociological denotations.
The Almajirins syndrome or destitution, and religious misnomer have necessitated concerted efforts at tackling the factors militating against girl-child… Continue
Added by Akeju Olukemi Abimbola on February 19, 2009 at 15:05 —
A National Dialogue to Promote Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Nigeria was organized by the Community Research and Development Centre (CREDC). The conference received financial support from the Global Greengrants Fund (GGF) and the Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN). The conference took place on the 10 – 11 November 2008 at the Parkview Hotels, Abuja. The event attracted 50 participants from… Continue
Added by Akeju Olukemi Abimbola on February 19, 2009 at 14:49 —
In 2008 we fought so many battles and there where lots and lots of casualties, Some are dead, some are still alive with injuries of all sorts,emotionally,mentally,finanacially,spiritually and the least goes on....The reality is I dont care how old you are, what you have been through or how many battles you feel like you've lost,its never too late to win that war,Its never too late to find that dream job,that dream gal,that dream dude,that dream ride and that dream whatever you dreamt… Continue
Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on February 18, 2009 at 3:09 —
There is nothing worse than reaching the end of your life and wondering what could have happened, or should have happened, but somehow did not happen. Thats the tradegy that some of us are facing and dealing with in our daily lives and this is the reality of it all...'You can only correct what you are willing to confront'
The new year is here and we are now in 2009 so many resolutions and what what...the do-s and donts, pages of things that we want from things that we actually need… Continue
Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on February 18, 2009 at 3:08 —
The wounds of my best friends have pierced my soul and I am filled with naked emotions. I ponder under the stars as this thoughts keeps vamping in my head for attention..'' We often strongly condemn others for the very thing we are most guilty of ourselves''....That’s the title deed of hypocrisy which we are all culprits in some way or the other...
Fortunately enough I have realized that anytime we have no goals, it is easy for others to impose on us their ideas of who we are and are… Continue
Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on February 18, 2009 at 3:07 —
Clustered in the mist of fused confusion, in the naked space of where the non existence of my fears resides to the place beyond the reality of my mind. I stand from a distance looking at the world between the shallow and polarized minds of society. I laugh at the buffoonery of your fake smile, it makes me wonder why the deception, when we eat and sleep together in the same tent. Why the envy when all that I have is the replica and produce of my hard work and talent. Why the arrogance when pride… Continue
Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on February 18, 2009 at 3:05 —
Her eyes are moist in dew,
Asphyxiated by the flames once danced in her eyes,
Eroded by the thin veneer of excitement in her grostesque heart,
Framed in rose tinted memories,
Scars hidden beneath her smile,
Her solitary chin starkly lit,
As smoldering embers bashed with leery pain,
Scoffed in lost for her first love,Like a hogpen,
She frails,Groping for a heart to love again.
Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on February 18, 2009 at 3:03 —
My friend Lisa and I share this interest. She has given me permission to share this with you.
Part 1 of 3.
Balance of Self: A Woman’s True Housework
LB Lacey, MA.
What is balance of self? What is "self"? Self is all aspects of your identity that make you who and what you are. You are Body...yet more than that. You are Mind...yet more than that. You are also Spirit and more than that as well. What is more is that you are greater than the sum of all… Continue
Added by Diana Armstrong on February 16, 2009 at 22:22 —
Have you been working hard on yourself, using affirmations, visualisations and other methods? Are you feeling fed up and frustrated because you're not achieving the results you want?
In order to bring about positive change at a deep level, we ,ay need to change our core programming - our deepest, most fundamental beliefs, assumptions and attitudes.
Core programming is also known as core conditioning.
If your core conditioning is getting in your way, you need to… Continue
Added by Zhana on February 16, 2009 at 9:30 —
The best things in life are unexpected - because there were no expectations
by Sophia Bailey
Okay so the weekend of romance has come and gone, whether it was the best ever or one of the worst depends on what you expected to happen.
Looking back through the years I think the simplest gestures made me happiest, especially when unexpected . If I’ve been disappointed, something was said or done in a way that I didn’t expect.
How many times have you heard… Continue
Added by Sophia Bailey on February 15, 2009 at 15:15 —
What an honour to be invited as a guest speaker at the 1st 10/10 Summit, organised by Samuel Jonathan, the Chief Executive of the London Youth Corporation. On Saturday 31st January, at the Park Lane Marriott Hotel, around 150 young people gathered for this inspirational and motivational event.
I had spoken with Samuel earlier in the week to discuss which of the three core subjects: Character, Commitment and Discipline, I would like to present. I chose Commitment because I wanted to… Continue
Added by Sharon Simpson on February 3, 2009 at 16:57 —
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Not a member of Squidoo yet? Join here for… Continue
Added by Zhana on February 2, 2009 at 10:46 —
I can't believe January is over today and we are already moving on to valentines day and the first school half term of the year. How are you doing with your new year re-solutions?
I had an awesome interview with Gilly onthe speak-easy radio show on www.playvybz.com
this week where we spoke about resolutions as well as lots of other topics, it was a great show and the station owner Andrea Photiou is young entrepreneur who is doing amazing… Continue
Added by Sophia Bailey on February 1, 2009 at 16:23 —