Ten Tips for Choosing the Right Direct Sales Company

Written by Susie Cortright

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About the author: Susie Cortright is the creator of the award-winning online magazine http://www.momscape.com as well as a representative for a rapidly growing new direct sales company. Learn about the company she chose here: http://www.momscape.com/scrapbooking/business.htm

How to become a Career Coach for Profit

Written by Randy Wilson

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Training, skills or experience:
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Books or Trade publications:

  • Career Coaching: An Insider's Guide -- by Marcia Bench

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    Randy has dozens of home based business articles such as Best Home Based Businesses and Batting Cages Business. Also has a blog: Profitable Home Businesses.

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