inMessment Featured on the Festival of Stocks Blog Carnival

inMessment has been featured on the Festival of Stocks. The Festival of Stocks is a blog carnival dedicated to highlighting bloggers best posts on stock market related topics. → Read More . . .

Freedom Category Moved to New Blog – HistoricWords.com

Over this weekend I started a new blog. The Freedom category on the inMessment blog has started to take on a life of its own. This new blog will help to set the Freedom category free to stand on its own. → Read More . . .

8 Steps To Get More Done In Less Time – Without Multitasking

I personally find that I can work in an intense concentrated fashion for 30 to 40 mins. After that I need some change. So I’ll go with the plan of dividing bigger tasks or aligning smaller ones so that I can work on each collection within a sprint of 30-40 mins. → Read More . . .

SQL Server Profiler – A Beginner’s Guide

Warning: Extreme Geek Content!
Read only if you want to invest in your deep knowledge of technology.

Have you ever wondered why a certain SQL process takes so long in SQL Server? SQL Server Profiler can really help out this situation. → Read More . . .

ASP.NET 4 ~ Overview Of The New ClientID and ClientIdMode Functionality

Warning: Extreme Geek Content!
Read only if you want to invest in your deep knowledge of technology.

One of the new features of .NET Framework 4 and ASP.NET 4 is related to the handling of the client Id of the controls generated by the ASP.NET. With this new feature, the client Id’s can be more cleanly handled and also provides some level of control to the user to decide how the client Id’s would be generated. → Read More . . .

The Script of Human Function

Every time you surf the internet, it’s one script after another that gives you the content that you are looking for. Coders and programmers know it is the essence of every program. One of the most effective ways to improve the efficiency and scalability in a program is to use loops. The programmer saves time by sending the script into a loop and therefore bypassing the need for more work to be spent adding things in. In comparison to this technique, have you ever thought about loops in your daily life? How many things are you bypassing by reverting to your routine? → Read More . . .

Review of TweetDeck Desktop for Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

I have been using Facebook and LinkedIn for several years now. I recently started trying to use Twitter. I could not get into using Twitter because had to open another webpage just to tweet.  I stated seeing others update their status via TweetDeck, so I thought I would check it out. → Read More . . .

The First Key To Investing Is Giving

How does one start investing? This is a common question. I have a really simple answer: One has to start giving.

To invest money, I have to spend less than I make and save the leftover amount for a long time. This means I have to give my money to a savings account, mutual fund, stock broker, etc. I lose control of my money for a time with the hope (hopefully educated hope) that when I get it back it will have grown. → Read More . . .

Would you like to write a post for inMessment?

I would love to post your guest post. I do not have all the answers and I certainly do not have all it will take to make this blog successful. Of course, the risk is that your post will not be written the way I would right, or even the topic I would write about, but isn’t that the whole point! → Read More . . .

Ship it. Get it out the door. They’re waiting on your message

True authority – whether in public policy, business, Christian leadership, or wherever – benefits others.  Real authority serves.  It lifts.  It frees. A good author uses authority in a good way.  She originates something.  He creates something.  An author moves in authority for the service and benefit of others. → Read More . . .