Hiring a Motivational Speaker for a Financial-Services Leadership Team: 4 Things to Consider

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Senior executives and business leaders often turn to external talent to help motivate their senior management teams. A motivational speaker can bring a new perspective that commands top managers' attention, but it's important to bring in the right sort of speaker. If you are thinking that you will hire a public speaker for your senior financial-services managers, consider the four following things that will help you choose the right person. The balance between entertainment and message
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Should You Fix The Leak Or Replace The Drain?

Posted on: 14 April 2016

When a drain starts to leak or keeps getting clogged, you have a decision to make. Do you limit your work to fixing the leak, or do you go ahead and replace the whole drain assembly? Fortunately, the decision is pretty straightforward once you analyze the two options. Your plumber can help you in determining which of these criteria apply to your situation. How Old Are The Pipes? Perhaps the simplest reason to replace the plumbing in your bathroom is because it is just too old.
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3 Tips On Restoring Your Furniture

Posted on: 6 April 2016

When you need to restore a piece of furniture, you will be able to do so as long as you follow some words of advice. These tips will give you the opportunity to restore the shine, charm and appeal of any type of furniture piece so that it can once again retain value and become a centerpiece of any room in your home. To do this, it will take some understanding and savvy about the process, so read on in order to get the restoration that you need.
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Tips To Reduce Data Loss From Laptop Computers During A Move

Posted on: 1 March 2016

If you need to move your office from one building to another, then it is very likely that you will need to pack a great deal of your computers for safe travel. If some of these computers are laptops, then you probably know that the smaller and more delicate computers can be damaged much more easily than desktop varieties. This can leave you without important data and with some substantial costs to replace the electronics.
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