Remember These Words When You Have to do Something Difficult TODAY'S TIP IS SPONSORED BY NEW YORK ANTIQUE JEWELRY AND WATCH SHOW YOUR TIP FOR JULY 9, 2012 "If you have to swallow a frog, it is best not to look at it too long." WHAT? Immortal words from Mark Twain, a writer who just seems to keep getting smarter every year (even though he's been dead for more than a century). WHY? Remember these words whenever you have to do something difficult. Like sharply cut prices on stale inventory. SOURCE: INSTORE You Better Have a Mobile SiteJewelers Breakfast Grows in PopularityWhat's Your Favorite Fourth of July Tradition?The Rules of CharismaShared Excitement About Our Coolest Stores IssueJolie Rocks Engagement Ring at Film FestivalGroup Spins Gold Grass into JewelryFocus on Existing Customers to Sell MoreHandmade Jewelry Helps Kenyan OrphansJessica Biel 'Nervous' About Lost Engagement RingJewelers Mutual Joins Up with DiGem to Buy Over 55 StoresOmi Gems Debuted Ome Privé Collection in Las VegasIDEX: The Online Price Report for July 6Adwar Casting Sponsors Bike Team to Help Cure DiabetesMJSA Launches New "conFab" to Help Designers Profit Copyright © 2012 Smart Work Media. All Rights Reserved. You have subscribed to the Work Smart Tip of the Day. If you believe this has been sent to you in error, please safely unsubscribe.