Replace or fix leaking boiler

With a thorough investigation by an expert, you may find that the boiler pump is the reason behind the leak in the boiler seals. If water seems to be coming from the pressure valve, it is likely that the pressure on the boiler is too high. Similarly, an internal leak …

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Email Is A Wonderful Tool

Email is a wonderful tool. But like any tool, it needs to be used properly to be effective. An email blast is a good way to make an initial announcement to get people familiar with your product, service, or project. It’s a concentrated e-mail sent to a large list …

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What to consider when choosing a Hull marketing agency

Even when you have an in-house marketing person or team, you often look to hire an outside Hull agency to help with some or all of your marketing and communications needs.

Marketers are demanding more from their Hull agencies that ever before, and as a result, agencies and clients alike …

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Water Is Important For Good Health

Our bodies are more than 60 percent water; our brains are around 80 percent water. Drinking enough good quality water is supremely important for good health. If you are lucky enough to stay near a freshwater stream, just drink that water. A treasure hunt is a fantastic way of having …

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Internal And External Audiences

From banks to industrial groups, search engines to skincare, brands are talking about their origin story and their reason for being. The question that your brand needs to answer in order to attract attention from internal and external audiences is no longer only ‘what do we do?’ but also ‘why …

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Important Tiers Of The Celebrity Industry

The most important tier of the celebrity industry (besides the celebrities themselves) is the media. Everyone in the celebrity business agrees that the media is the raison d’être of the celebrity industry: The media must think you’re worth its while. “You need various elements to achieve the elements …

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Four Ways That Humans Listen To Each Other

The first way – which accounts for the vast majority of listening – is when someone else is talking, and one’s mind drifts to thoughts that have nothing to do with the discussion, such as, ‘I wonder what’s for supper?’, ‘Looks like rain’ or ‘When can I get out of …

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Short List of Potential Business

For most projects, it’s usually helpful to start with a list of business events longer than just a couple. This will give a project a ‘kick-start’ to get it off the ground. To arrive at a potential list of business events you need to do some brainstorming, applying a …

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Dealers

Corporations, investors, and speculators access the foreign exchange market through dealers, who can be the direct counterparty or a middleman. For most travelers, the airport kiosk is their foreign exchange dealer. Corporations, mutual funds, and hedge fund managers, on the other hand, directly call in to the dealing or sales …

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Team Launches

The smell of Iraq was the smell of smoke. The sulfuric smell of cooking fires, propane heaters, and neighborhood generators pervaded the city and country alike, and in poor neighborhoods and towns it was mixed with the smell of excrement. Iraq’s other unforgettable sensation was of the ubiquitous dirt …

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Vitamins To Take On Vegan Color Diet

Vitamin B-6 - One 1.3-1.7 tablet every day. B-6 helps reduce depression by producing serotonin in the central nervous system. It also helps with nausea during pregnancy, reduces risk of heart disease, decreases risk for cancer, and promotes eye health. You should consider taking vitamin B-6 on a vegan …

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Differences in everyone

A catalog of times I ignored my own differences, hoping it’d make them disappear to everyone else. But it hadn’t stopped that guy in high school who, when we were out bowling with our friends, wrote my name down as “rice picker” on the TV screen that keeps …

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Asian representation

It wasn’t until college that I started desperately clinging to any small shred of Asian representation. (And I’m only now starting to grapple with the impulsive need to declare how “seen” I feel when Hollywood tosses me the slightest hint of Asianness or anytime someone whispers “Sandra Oh …

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Racism from a young age

I didn’t really understand the nuance, but I knew they weren’t trying to start a dialogue about race. Could you imagine, though? Me and A.J., two nine-year-olds from Grafton, Wisconsin, having a thoughtful discussion on the sociopolitical implications of race and not being white in America? Mrs …

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Bartering Like the Old Days

Although barter is the oldest form of transaction in the world, we are always amazed at how often people are startled by the idea of using barter in their everyday lives. Our culture is so cash-focused that for all but an inventive few, most of us have forgotten this age-old …

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Resistance and Opposition

Along the way to achieving a big dream, you will encounter opposition. Don’t believe me? If your dream is to create a business that will bring in more than a million dollars a year in profit, then say that out loud. In front of other people. Tell your family …

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Paradoxes in Business

It's useful to define paradox, as often used in management, in more detail. Leaving aside its literary uses, we define paradox, first, as a problem requiring leaders to recognize and fulfill two or more competing demands at the same time—for instance, winning at global and local levels simultaneously. You …

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Introducing Brand Communities

A brand community is a special kind of community. All brand communities we’re discussing aspire to serve both (1) members and (2) at least one organizational (brand) goal.

In this discussion, an authentic brand community includes all these elements:

  • Members who share a mutual concern for one another’s …

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The Evolution of Telescopes and Observatories

On September 25, 1608, a Dutch spectacle maker named Hans Lipperhey applied for a peculiar patent. About his invention Lipperhey wrote, “All things at a very great distance can be seen as if they were nearby, by looking through glasses . . .” Although lenses and eyeglasses had been manufactured since the fourteenth …

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