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5 Reasons Using Solar Energy Is A Good Business Move

There is a growing demand for electric power along with increasing worries over preserving the environment. More businesses are turning to alternative sources of power both to defray costs and be less dependent on the public energy grid. Of all the options out there, such as wind farms and fuel cells, solar technology is the most advanced and the most versatile. It’s been used to power everything from vehicles to entire buildings. The US government even has a site devoted to the usage of solar power. Overall, the amount of energy behind solar power is incredible, so many companies are now taking advantage of this solution for the many benefits it provides. Here are just a few of those benefits. (more…)

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Happiness and Your Small Business

Happiness and Your Small BusinessIt’s always been true, that if you love what you are doing, then it will continue on and your love will just grow. A business is the same thing. When you can do something for hours on end and not even realize that time has passed, you have found that one special thing you should be doing. If you can make it pay an income, you’ve found your very own nirvana.

Why you should be happy in what you do

Life speeds by really slowly when we are growing up. Can you hear yourself say, “When I turn 14, I can get my learner’s permit to drive.” “When I turn 18 I can’t wait to find my own place.” And then just as suddenly, “I can’t wait until the grandkids come to visit. It’s been so long.”

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8 Cheat Tips to Save Time, Money and Space in the Office

Office supply stores are eager to solve all your office needs . . . for a price. With a little creativity, you can find your own solutions, reduce company waste and save the company credit card for another day. Use these eight cheats to help save time, money and space around the office!

Corral your cords and cables

Computers come with copious cords and cables — power cords, monitor cables, printer cables, Ethernet, and more. Keeping all those cords organized and out of the way doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive:

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