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Month: February 2015

5 Pitfalls of Procrastinating to File Your Taxes (And How to Avoid Them)

When the calendar turns to a new year, it’s time to start thinking about doing your taxes.

Many people procrastinate on this process, waiting until close to the April 15th deadline to get going. There are many reasons why it’s a bad idea to wait to file.

The smart people get going as soon as possible, and they reap the rewards of early filing.

If you’re wondering whether you should get ahead of the crowd on your taxes, here are some pitfalls of procrastinating and a few reasons why it pays to get the ball rolling right away…

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How to Write a Perfect Introduction to Your Resume

A resume is essentially a document for selling your skills and work experience.

However, if you directly jump to the work experience section from your name and contact information, recruiters will lose interest in your profile and it will leave a bad impact. Therefore, it is necessary to come up with a good introduction for a resume or CV (Curricula Vitae).

We all know the importance of the competencies and work experience section for a resume. But do we ever place the same importance on writing a good introduction? The answer is usually no.

This is one of the reasons why even a well written resume and a deserving candidate get no response from the recruiter.

A good introduction to a resume is as important as dressing well is for an interview…

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The Most Important (And Most Forgotten) Part of Your Productivity

I’ve read articles, books, guides…pretty much anything you can think of, but I’ve noticed there’s something that gets skipped over a lot.

This is probably the most important part of productivity, yet it’s usually mentioned in a sentence or two and then forgotten.

What is this mysterious piece of the puzzle? I’m glad you asked, let me tell you…

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Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People [Infographic]

From Warren Buffett to Oprah Winfrey, there are some common traits in the habits of the richest people in the world.

And I’m not talking about the habit of inheriting a lot of money.

That seems to be one of the main reasons people think they can’t become wealthy. They think that the rich come from rich families and they never had to work for anything in their life.

Not true. At all. In fact, most of the richest people either work or have worked harder than any of us and that’s exactly why they are where they are.

As you’re about to see, 68% of the 400 Americans on the Forbes 2013 “billionaires list” are considered “self-made” billionaires. Meaning they built, rather than inherited their fortune.

That doesn’t really tie in to the belief that the rich didn’t work for their money. Of course, as we all know, the point is to make your money work for you, but sometimes that takes work in itself!

Let’s see what we can learn from the habits of the wealthiest people in the world…

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