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Dennis Carey is leader in the field of CEO recruitment. It is the field which gets CEO's their position and it may not be glamorous it certainly pays well. Dennis Carey is worth millions and with him he connects it to his hard work. Its clear to anyone who has worked with that Dennis Carey has somehow tapped into a higher energy (whether that energy is his or something from above) and it is this energy that has led to his success. Continue reading
Posted Jul 4, 2010 at Market Your Business
Although debt negotiation companies have a bad reputation, I can not judge them all equally. It is true that some companies exploit trading debts from customers, but there are many reputable companies that have achieved very good results. In fact I have noticed that most of the complaints that customers have come from unrealistic expectations about what is entering a debt negotiation. Here are some examples of the most common misunderstandings that can help you understand a little more the possibilities and limits of debt negotiation companies. The biggest problem I see in the market for customers is that the... Continue reading
Posted Dec 22, 2009 at Market Your Business
A person without fear of debt generally has among others the following features that differentiate it from other people: or supreme control and discipline over himself, both emotionally and financially. o Have clear expectations and consumption expenditure, prioritises them and know that things are so vital and which not. or have a savings fund of up to three for wages or salary for any emergency. or does not fear debt. Meet the optimum point and takes advantage of debt, ie to "leverage". Besides applying the various financial tools to maximize profits. Many financial advisers such as Gregg Hymowitz of EnTrust... Continue reading
Posted Dec 22, 2009 at Market Your Business
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