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What Leaders can Learn from 8th Grade Science

by Art Locke, Focal Point Coaching, ArtLockeCoaching.com Remember when you first learned about the concept of magnetism?  If your experience was like mine, you ran an experiment using iron filings dumped onto a flat surface.  They lay there in a

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Makeover of the Month: Sydney Wilson

by Cloud 9 Salons Sydney had very blonde eyebrows and eyelashes, we enhanced them by tinting them a middle brown color that would play off any hair color she receive. This color system is specific for the eye area and

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A Hometown Girl, A Hometown Company

There’s something incredibly charming and simple about the way Laurie Fraser talks about the small North Texas city she grew up in, and in many ways never left. That city – we’re sure you have guessed by now – is

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Focus on Women’s Heart Health

February is American Heart Month. Since 2003, the American Heart Association has been working to increase women’s awareness of heart disease by launching the Go Red for Women ™ campaign. A heart attack occurs when blood flow to the coronary

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It’s All In Your Head

Learning to Change Perspective by By Brieanna Casey, Head Instructor | The Tutoring Center, Bartonville Whether you’re working with students who feel below or above average in the classroom, the most pervasive threat to their future success is the idea

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Lake Dallas Athletics has a Bright Future

by Steve Gamel As I raced down from the press box at AT&T Stadium in Arlington to the field for interviews, the first person I wanted to see was Lake Dallas football coach Michael Young. And trust me, he wasn’t

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What Kind of Business are You Running?

by Art Locke If you’re in business for yourself, whether you employ people or run a home-based business solo, it’s important to answer the question, “What kind of business are you?” This isn’t a question about the industry you’re in,

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Location, Location, Location

“Hello, we are looking for a new home and not very picky. We would like a 3,500+ square-foot, 4-bedroom, 3-bath, 3-car garage, with a study, updated, open floor plan, single story, with a pool, on more than an acre, with

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What Can Your Dentist Do For You?

I grew up in West Texas, and most anyone from there is aware of the unique mineral content of water. My town was specifically known as “The Town without a Toothache” because the excess of fluoride in the water resulted

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Gulf Coast Flavors – Casual New Orleans Style

Sometimes, you just have to get your Cajun on! A step into Dani Rae’s rustic décor will transport you to that ‘friends and family throw down’ that only could happen on a hot summer night in the back yard along

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