Monday, January 17, 2011

Undetectable Anytime-Anywhere Tush-Toning Exercises

Undetectable Anytime-Anywhere Tush-Toning Exercises by Clyde Porter

If you're like most people, there's never enough time to stay in shape.  The brilliance of Clyde Porter's breakthrough tush-toning work-outs is that you can do them at anytime and anywhere.  Whether you are on the train, having lunch with a friend, listening to a presentation from a co-worker, or having your hair done, you can develop a rock solid buttocks with these tighten-and-hold exercises.  And the best part is that with a little guidance and practice in controlling your facial expressions these moves can be virtually undetectable.  With a little practice in front of a mirror you can learn how to replace that groan and grimace with a subtle little smile.  At that point you will be on your way to that highly tuned and toned tush you've always wanted. 

Monday, January 3, 2011

Helping Your Co-Workers Think Outside the Box

Helping Your Co-Workers Think Outside the Box by Dennis Wortzel

While you might be a "natural" at thinking "outside of the box" that doesn't necessarily mean you find it easy to help others attain this skill.  Though divergent thinking is an intuitive process, author DennisWortzel (an assistant manager of a Piggly Wiggly in Crivitz, WI for the past 10 years) is unwilling to concede that this skill is unteachable.  In fact he contends that until you help your co-workers develop this ability, you will continuously be frustrated by their resistance to your most creative ideas.  Wortzel serves up a set of  five strategies with a generous supply of humorous anecdotes that will have everyone at work thinking outside of the box.  Which admittedly might be a little bit of a problem if the solution is actually in the box.

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