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How to Protest and Complain to Receive a Refund
If you feel that you didn't get what you paid for or worse, that your rights as a consumer have been violated, here's how to defend yourself and seek compensation. By approaching the matter maturely and methodically (rather than kicking and screaming) you can increase your chances of receiving fair treatment. More ...

How to Make Your Own Video Game
Designing a video game is no small task, but if you have an idea that is too good to NOT make, there is no better time than now get started. Here's how. More ...

How to Hold a Successful Garage Sale
Looking for a great way to get rid of your household clutter and make some extra cash at the same time? A garage sale or yard sale may be just the ticket. Garage sales are easy to plan and manage, and they can turn large, unwieldy old lamps and dishes into smaller, more manageable piles of cash. More ...

How to Be Creative
In this article you'll learn many ways to be creative. Using these methods you can create all kinds of new and unconventional ideas. More ...

Odds are Very Good that You'll Be Arrested
One in seven Americans has an arrest record. Once your arrest record is in the National Crime Information Center computers, even you're found innocent, this arrest record will NEVER go away. It's available to employers, and anyone else who does a character search. More ...

Stealing from Dealers - Your Car Negotiation Guide
90 percent of car buyers get ripped off. Don't walk into the car lot until you've read this guide, or your hard earned cash will turn you into yet another dealer victim. More ...

How to Write and Deliver a Presentation to Remember
If the mere thought of standing up in front of an audience makes your knees quiver, you should know that you're not alone. Public speaking is one of the top fears listed by Americans. The truth is, even the most seasoned public speakers get at least a little nervous before they step on stage. But the seasoned pros also know the tricks to delivering seamless and engaging presentations. More ...

How to Sell Your Home Fast
The roaring housing market, when buyers lined up to bid on houses, is only a faint memory now. But there?s still a good supply of eager buyers. You just have to make a little more effort to sell your home now. By following the steps in this article you can still sell your house quickly and for a good price. More ...

Five Strategies Stay-At-Home Moms can Use to Decrease Stress
as a stay-at-home mom you need to consider your role in the home as a professional position on an equal footing such as a Nanny or housekeeper and treat it in such a way. If you do, you will find it much easier to deal with the challengers and stress of the daily chores. More ...

How "Fear of Speaking" Can Make You a Better Speaker
Fear of public speaking is the number one apprehension in the United States. A Sunday Times of London 1973 survey found that 41 percent of the respondents listed "fear of public speaking" as their number one fear, while 19 percent listed "death". More ...

Digital Photography
The digital revolution is the conversion of analog information, which is represented by a gradually fluctuating wave, to digital information represented by bits. Essentially the digital camera represents a form the computer can understand, the information is collected in bits and bytes. Each part of the image is broken down into "pixels", which is a contraction of picture element. More ...

How to Learn a Programming Language
The demand for computer programmers is projected to grow 8 percent from 2012 to 2022, the 2012 median pay for computer programmers is $4,280 per year. More ...

How to Handle an Irate Customer on the Phone
Being able to help an angry or frustrated customer, and keep him as a customer, is both a skill and a gift. Tactics for dealing with an upset customer over the phone is something that can be taught. Possessing this skill will help make you a very valuable employee. Here's how to handle an irate customer on the phone. More ...