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The 5Ls That Stop You from Starting a Professional Coaching Business

  You have been coaching for years. You’ve already built a strong and respectable reputation in the industry. And you have long wanted to set up your own professional coaching business. The problem, however, is that you’re not sure if your business will succeed. What makes you think so? If you do not know the […]

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Understanding SSL Certificate Authorities

  SSL certificates are probably the easiest way to secure your Web site and earn your customers’ trust.  If you think that all SSL certificate providers are the same, then you simply must read on.  As it will be difficult to review all companies that provide SSL certificates, we would go with two of the […]

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“Monet’s Garden” Opens at the National Gallery of Victoria

Claude Monet made a lot of money when he started to paint haystacks and the facade of the Rouen Cathedral in the 1890s.  He used the proceeds of his works on his garden in Giverny in France, which became a lifelong obsession for the artist until his death in the mid-1920s.  As a painter, Monet […]

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Naked Storytelling…With Your Clothes On

Most of us are not comfortable with sharing something personal, or something close to the heart. This is especially true when we are telling stories to a complete stranger. I realize that we all do not want to be seen as vulnerable. People do not like telling others something that may be seen as a […]

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Top Three Ways to Make Your Home Server Power Efficient

  The best things about having a home server is that you have a network that allows you to handle computing, storage and sharing of your files, no matter what devices you are using.  However, to fully maximize your Home Server, you would want to keep it on 24/7.  Can you imagine how that would […]

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Hack Wi-Fi (How Does It Work and How Users Can Protect Themselves)

The thing about passwords is that they lull you into a false sense of security.  Take for example your WiFi network.  Most WiFi networks are supposed to be protected by a WiFi Protected Access password.  The WPA, on paper, acts like a guard that prevents other people from accessing your WiFi network. It is essentially […]

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How Does A Hacker Hack Into A Website (and How Website Owners Can Protect Themselves)

About ten (or more) years ago, hacking was something new to many of us. We knew that hacking was bad, but we had no concrete idea what it really was. Today, as hackers of every age are everywhere, the general public is more aware of them and what they do; but there are still quite […]

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