Would you take advice from a rich person on how to get on top and stay there?
Top-10 Donald Trump tips to get to the top --and stay there:
(excerpted from the book: "Trump: How to Get Rich")
10. Dress for your culture. The way we dress says a lot about us before we ever say a word. The "look" in Beverly Hills may be attractive, but that same look may be met with scorn on Wall St.
9. Let your guard down, but only on purpose. Offer a calculated nugget of information, or a provocative opinion to see what the reaction will be.
A mass of tents and people gathered outside the new Chik-Fil-A in Bearden Thursday, each hoping to win free food at the restaurant for a year.
Chik-Fil-A offers the "First 100 Celebration" at all its openings, and the first 100 in the store get free meals for a year at the restuarant.
People started arriving more than a day ago at the new restaurant, which opens after 6 a.m. at 4944 Kingston Pike Thursday.
Chik-Fil-A says if more than a 100 are in line, the free meals will be given by raffle. This is usually the case.
SUNSCREEN SAFETY TIPS
Keep in mind, SPF protects only against UVB rays!
It's easy to get overwhelmed with the sunscreen options on store shelves.
Here's a quick guide to find the best products to protect your family from the sun:
--Use a sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 15 and a maximum of SPF 50;
--Make sure labels list UVA and UVB (or broad spectrum protection);
Most of us love animals and get very upset when you hear a story of animal abuse.
Cases like Michael Vick and the local one a couple of years ago involving the “Little Brown Dog” really get people emotional about what these people did.
So should we treat those people the same as a sex offender?
Some states think so, including Tennessee.
Did you believe it would work?
The government wants you to know that simply sporting a pair of Skechers' fitness shoes is not going to get you Kim Kardashian's curves or Brooke Burke's toned tush.
Skechers USA Inc. will pay $40 million to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission that the footwear company made unfounded claims that its Shape-ups shoes would help people lose weight and strengthen their butt, leg and stomach muscles.
NO FREE SPEECH?
We hear about these stories all of the time. A person has a bad experience and they share it on a social media website like Facebook or Twitter or even write a blog.
But what happens when someone doesn’t like what you said and sues you.
That’s what’s going on in Oregon, where a pastor is reportedly suing Julie Smith and her daughter for $500,000 after the two blogged about the church and described it as "cult-like."
The Pastor of the church claims reviews on a blog started by former church member amounts to defamation.
EAT WITH CAUTION!
Has there ever been a term harder to define than healthy food? Just when we think that we have a good list of healthy foods, new information comes out telling us to be cautious. Here are what the experts are warning us about these 6 “healthy foods”
Reduced-Fat Peanut Butter: No fat sometimes means artificial sweeteners. Be wary of the added ingredients, for they could make the difference between Reduced Fat and Regular Peanut Butter as little as .5 grams of fat and 10 calories.
Ashley and Brad,
My boyfriend and I broke up about two months ago, but we're still on good terms, which is good for me because -- occasionally -- I need him to come over and fix stuff (like my garbage disposal or my sink faucet).
My friends say I should stop asking him to do stuff for me since I broke up with him. They say calling him for help is like I'm leading him on.
But I say if he's willing to do it, who is it really hurting?
What do you think?
With graduations around the corner the 2012 list of worthless degrees is out…
Let’s hope your college grad didn’t get one of these-
THE 10 MOST WORTHLESS MAJORS
1. Fine arts (12.6% unemployment among recent grads; recent grads earn an average $30,000)
2. Drama and theater arts (7.8%, $26,000)
3. Film, video, and photographic arts (12.9%, $30,000)
4. Commercial art, graphic design (11.8%, $32,000)
5. Architecture (13.9%, $36,000)
6. Philosophy, religious studies (10.8%, $30,000)
17 THINGS EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW HOW TO DO IN HER OWN HOME
1. Cook a signature meal that's not toast. Something simple-yet-delicious that you can whip up for guests. Scrambled eggs count but only if you add a little spinach and cheese.
2. Clean up and put everything away in a timely fashion. A place for everything and everything in its place, you know?
3. Change lightbulbs. How many women does it take to change a lightbulb? One. Duh.