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[15 May 2010 | No Comment | ]

Google has about 80% of the search engine market and is the undisputed king when it comes to search (despite a valiant effort recently by Microsoft with Bing). Their ‘Reader’ service allows us to subscribe to different news feeds, share them with colleagues and even analyse time we spend on them.

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[19 Apr 2010 | One Comment | ]

Despite Blackberry and Nokia handsets being used more in business at the moment, the iPhone leads the way in business apps. You can now view opportunities, tracks leads and manage your pipeline – all whilst on the go. Check out there dedicated webpage for business apps, which includes apps for Salesforce and Oracle: http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/apps-for-iphone/

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[8 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]

You see it all around you. If you think you don’t, open your eyes. Salespeople come into the office and immediately start checking e-mails and voice mails, returning them like a manic badminton player. Then they run off to a client meeting, late and unprepared. When they get back, there are more messages to return, a new crisis to resolve, and the quote they promised to submit before the end of the day.

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[6 Feb 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

It is often said that success comes from experience, and experience comes from failure (or words to that affect). However, we don’t need to experience failure all the time to become successful at something – often it’s better to learn from someone else who’s already gone through that learning curve and is happy to share their experience.
Therefore, at AW3i we read a lot of books to bring you lots of content to make you (and us) healthier and wealthier. What follows is a list of our favourite ones, …

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[17 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]

Many busy working professionals have got a reasonable idea of how much income they receive, but often no idea how many expenses they clock up each month. This can be both fixed expenses such bills and variable, such as a new pairs of shoes or a weekend break away.

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[30 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

Bored with setting the same goals every New Years, because you write them out in January and then forget about them until December?

Here’s a tool that can be used to plan anything from racing camels around the Pyramids to Tango classes in Buenos Aires. It’s the work of Timothy Ferriss, a master of Lifestyle Design. He living proof that the dream life is up for grabs, and he’s nice enough to share his secrets.

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[24 Dec 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

We’re getting fatter than ever before!
Depression and suicide rates are up!
We’re dying of heart attacks in our 30’s!

Michael Jackson is still alive!
Okay, only joking about the last one…but the others are very real! Fortunately help is at hand to turn things around and massively reduce the chances of becoming part of the statistics above.

So we’ve written this 50 page premium ebook specifically for busy professional workers. The content is based on common sense, the personal experiences of other office-based workers, and a synthesis of concepts from …

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[27 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

Using technology like Google Reader and RSS feeds, saves us from getting distracted by irrelevant ‘breaking news stories’, and boosts our productivity by receiving only what’s relevant to us, when we want it.

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[3 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]

Modern day gyms are now called Health Clubs, because they are good for more than just building muscle and/or loosing weight. Great reasons to join one include:

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[10 Jul 2009 | 6 Comments | ]

Mergers and Acquisitions, and the subsequent tools rolled-out for optimising processes and tracking performance, can result in a huge increase in information flow across the workforce – on top of today’s already information-rich working environments. This affects everyone in the company, especially salespeople, because TIME is MONEY and unless dealt with effectively, it can be the source of much stress and overwhelm.