Sometimes the same old same old does not do the trick. I was ready for something brand new. I was overdue. People were always telling me what I should do in order to get my life on track, and of course many of the suggestions just seemed stupid, unrealistic, or just really annoying. But many people suggested that I go back to school, and that always had a way of sticking with me. Well I was finally ready to do that and I knew I needed to get some outside assistance and help in determining what I wanted to go to school for and how to go about it. I asked everyone I knew and tried to get advice and some sort of inspiration. A friend of mine suggest getting an MBA and referred me to amerasiaconsulting.com, a consulting site that helps people like me get started. The mba admissions consultants are knowledgeable, nice and really helpful. On the site, there is a lot of information that can help you get going on your next step. I really appreciated how everything I heard on www.amerasiaconsulting.com came out to be true, that they really take the time to learn about me, the applicant, and help me along. I t never felt like I was just another cog in the machine and I think that the personal attention I got made a huge difference. I’m really glad my friend referred me to here and I’m happy to do the same for you, whomever is reading this here post. But don’t just take my advice, you should go onto the site and poke around and engage them in their services. You won’t be sorry, that’s for sure. You can get going on turning your life around like I did, and there’s no time like the present.
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Thursday, April 25, 2013
The front page of the business section is frequently splashed with news of the big banks in this country. Wells Fargo, Chase, Bank of America, and others among them are sometimes hot topics for their financial performance and their impact on the American economy. At other times, they face heat for how their practices affect everyday consumers. Consequently, some might think that these banks are the only ones in the market – people seldom read about or even notice the local community banks down the street.
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Buying a home for the first time can be an extremely stressful event for anyone. There’s hundreds of things to consider from location to interior size, quality of neighborhood to the potential for flooding, pipe freezing, and whether the lower price really makes up for on-street parking on a busy road. However, there are a tips to keep in mind that will make things a little bit easier when considering the purchase of a home for the first time.A first-time buyer experiences a plethora of benefits once the stress of the search and purchase is finished.
Friday, January 4, 2013
Apple iphone5 offers a wide variety of features and one of the noticeable features is the bigger screen. In order to make the best use of this smart phone, updated versions of the apps should be installed. The financeapps offer everything that you need, to manage the personal finances. You can save every financial data on the mobile and manage different accounts both personal and business using the iPhone. These apps can be used for tracking the budget, incomes, expenditures and funds transfer for various accounts and you can also shop online.
It is not an easy task to find the best finance apps for iPhone5 and for this you can browse the internet for best available finance apps for your mobile. There are many finance apps available for iPhone5, some based on their popularity and importance are as follows,
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
It’s New Year! To ensure a prosperous year ahead, Filipinos, even Chinese and perhaps other cultures in the world, tend to observe a list of New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day superstitions. It may sound more like of crazy tips for others but we’d rather be safe than sorry. After all, you won’t lose anything if you follow these century-old beliefs. We are the drivers of our own fate. Beliefs like these are not meant to guide you to a better life but a reminder that it is you and your choice that will determine how your life will be. So sit back and think on how you’ll going to celebrate this New Year.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Philippines has been beset with terrible calamities this year leaving a lot of us grieving for our fellow brothers and sisters who have been greatly affected in some areas. Even if our countrymen are not new to these tragedies, it still leave the same scars for years. We just pray that 2013 will be a good year for everyone — less calamities, killings and more happy thoughts to celebrate. Before we say goodbye to 2012, we have our list of some disheartening calamities that tested us all.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
The term “fairy tale” was coined in the late 17th century by Madame D’Aulnoy (1650-1705). Fairy tales weren’t published yet during the 16th and 7th century. They are passed on to generation to generation orally. Then at the end of the 17th century, the first books of fairy tales were published. Well thanks to Google for commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Grimm’s Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. And up until now, their fairy tales still capture the hearts and imagination of the children and even adults. Like any other fairy tales, we love that it all ends “happily ever after” but there are quite intriguing facts behind those happy endings that you’ve probably never heard of. Here’s a list of some interesting and perhaps intriguing facts of our favorite fairy tales.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Search engines might be a little bit busy than as usual as people tried to get the facts straight on the internet about this Mayan doomsday before the most-talked about date (and perhaps most-feared date by some) sets in. Oh yes, it’s the 20th of December (as of writing) and tomorrow is the controversial 21st ever. Believers say that tomorrow is the end of the Mayan calendar cycle which also means that it is as well as the end of the world. On the 21st there will be explosion of solar flares, asteroids colliding, ETs and Earth colliding with Planet Nibiru — all these and more are spreading like virus causing panic to most people. But did you know that the Mayans never said that the world would end tomorrow? They never did. In fact, life goes on for years, years and years to come. Here’s why the world won’t end yet.