Seattle Nightlife Examiner: Broken-hearted? Let it all out at the V-Day Bash!

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Posted by: seattlelogogogue | February 12, 2009

Seattle Nightlife Examiner: Seattlites flee to Orcas for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is about red heart shaped boxes, cards and jazzy saxophone love songs. Right? Well, maybe for 13 year olds. Grown ups want to celebrate by being alone (together). So what better than a romantic escape from the city to beautiful Orcas Island?

Seattle Nightlife Examiner: Seattlites flee to Orcas for Valentine’s Day

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Tout de Sweet‘s sexy, live theatre sparkles at Century Ballroom in Seattle. On February 14, 2009 enjoy their final performance with your honey.

Seattle Nightlife Examiner: Tout de Sweet – Cabaret show is Seattle’s sexiest Valentine’s Day ticket for couples

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Posted by: seattlelogogogue | February 10, 2009

Seattle Nightlife Examiner: Best Gay Dance Clubs on Capitol Hill

Seattle Nightlife Examiner: Best Gay Dance Clubs on Capitol Hill

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The Russian rock/pop sensation Mumiy Troll is coming to Seattle’s Chop Suey Friday, February 6th. The show is slated to be awesome! Unfortunately, with the full allotment of $20 tickets sold out already – it may be too late to plan on hitting the dance floor with post-SSSR rebellious zeal. Read more at Seattle Examiner

Posted by: seattlelogogogue | January 17, 2009

How to Write a Conclusion

The structure and style of the concluding paragraph of an academic essay presents a challenge to many young writers.


Often they are told to restate the thesis and the main points presented in their essay. Should they re-write the first paragraph minus the hook? That is absolutely preposterous.


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Posted by: seattlelogogogue | January 16, 2009

Small Business Strategy: Fundamentals of Success for Owners

Planning for success means having a clear vision supported by a dynamic strategic framework, built on ethical precepts and empirical analysis.

Many small businesses are owned and operated by passionate people who have a clear and intuitive understanding of their industry. They are often experts carving out a niche in the market. Unfortunately, they rarely also possess specialized knowledge about how to run the many facets of the business aspect of business.

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Posted by: seattlelogogogue | January 16, 2009

The Power Position: An ethical approach to managing conflict

In any relationship where there is conflict there are two roles that generally emerge: the Power Position and the Position of Vulnerability.

The person in the Power Position may hold valuable resources and have the ability to make decisions that affect others. The person in the Position of Vulnerability is usually a subordinate, or someone who does not have the same level of influence. In essence, one is at the mercy of the other.

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The main objective of all for-profit businesses is to make money. Some businesses are able to do this better than others. Why? Different management theories suggest numerous explanations. Goldratt and Cox introduced the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in 1984. The theory looks at the practical aspects of business operations to identify and solve problems directly related to making money.




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Posted by: seattlelogogogue | November 6, 2008

Differences in Buyer Motivation for Marketing

Do you know what motivates consumers and business clients to buy? B2B and B2C companies face different challenges in web design due to motivational factors.

Electronic media are able to reach more people, at greater distances than ever before imaginable. Business-to-business and business-to-consumer oriented companies have a wide range of options when developing web-based marketing strategies.

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