Write a Post
Don't have an account yet?
"Sign in" above to accept KNOWPIA’s
Terms of Conditions
Forgot your password?
Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
Confirm Password *
I’ve read and accept the
Terms and Conditions
Cloud Server Hosting For Online Businesses
Inexpensive SEO Services
Benefits of Wanting to play Free Online Slot machines
WELCOME TO KNOWPIA
Sports & Entertainment
Health & Fitness
HOW IT WORKS
Author Popular Blog
Maximizing Self #3
I grew up with the impression..
The root of two evils
Whatever your political ..
Donald Trump a Blowhard?
I’ve noticed that the older w..
Trump Claims Flynn’s Dealings ..
According to the BBC ne..
Papa John's Apologizes for Pi..
Once again corporate-speak ste..
FHA Facing Losses in New Year
Alex Spanko in the reverse mor..
Musk Bids to Build Chicago Tra..
According to BBC Technology N..
I've just come from havin..
Red Day 2019! - Thursday, May 9th
It's time for Keller WIlliams annual day of service! Red Day stands for Renew, Energize, and Donate. This year, our KW SDNI office will be hosting a 5K to Clean
Selling To The Willfully Blind
I grew up in a lower middle class, blue collar neighborhood. My group of friends were the trouble-makers in our elementary school. Whenever something went wro
Dealing with Difficult Customers - Part 4
In our quest to learn how to be the most effective Customer Service Representatives we can be, we’ve learned the importance of carefully controlling our exper
Dealing with Difficult Customers--Part 3
In our first two installments we learned that there are no dictators and no doormats in customer service.We are to lead firmly and confidently, but not harsh
Dealing with Difficult Customers--Part 2
I closed my last installment by writing that in customer service, there are no dictators and no doormats. We are to lead firmly and confidently, but not hars
Dealing with Difficult Customers
Customers! A truly double-edged sword of a word if ever there was one. Especially when you work with them every day. Most of us have worked or do work in po
Make More of Your Memory
I was Jonathan Livingston Seagull! I was 15 and landed the lead in a recital theater adaptation of the book. It had a nice little run that went w
I Voted for Trump
I voted for Donald Trump! There. I’ve admitted it. Right here in print. I’m part of the problem. There are times in the last two years when I’ve never be
At the age of 21, I became a food server at a soon-to-open restaurant called ‘Bobby McGee’s’. The restaurant became a very popular night time destination
San Gabriel Mountain Views
Until recently, I never really thought of going to the San Gabriel mountains for a hiking adventure. It's a bit far and we have many scenic mountain locations n
We enjoy hiking and traveling to scenic locations. Over the last few months we've been to a few. Some are new, some we return to because they're our favorite sp
HUD: Facebook Enabling Housing Discrimination
The Department of Housing and Urban Development late last week filed a formal housing discrimination complaint against Facebook, accusing t..
Inaugural Hall-of-Fame baseball Sells for record Amount
A baseball signed by 11 of the 12 members of the inaugural Baseball Hall of Fame class of 1939, including Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Cy Young, an..
$1M in Retirement Savings Can Disappear in 11 Years
Having at least $1 million in retirement savings is a common — if increasingly lofty — goal for American seniors, but a new breakdown shows..
Income Inequality Could Disrupt Retirement Savings for Generations
Over the past decades, the gap between high- and low-income Americans has grown substantially, and should those trends continue, a large s..