Some clubs have less loft, allowing the player to hit the ball farther. Other clubs are more lofted for shorter, high shots. The club heads are made of forged iron, steel or titanium and are thinner than the woods. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileParalympic mascot, are unveiled at a primary school in London, England on May 19. (JulianFor those experiencing withdrawal two months after the conclusion of the Vancouver Olympics, the unveiling of the mascots for the 2012 Games in London should offer a certain thrill.For the rest of us, it’s an opportunity to poke fun at another craven marketing stunt.Their names are Wenlock and Mandeville, and man, are they weird.Unveiled by London Olympic committee chair Sebastien Coe at an East London school on Wednesday, the two figures look like a couple of marshmallows clad in space suits. That’s my first impression, anyway.
With files from The Associated PressRead more.Do you think social media has led to a decline in decorum? Are you mindful of your language and tone when communicating online? Tell us what you think about the level of civility in online conversation in the comments below.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests. Continue reading this postAccess to information: Does Canada need to be more open with data?TTC bus driver: Do you often see your local drivers texting?The Toronto Sun on Thursday published a picture sent by a reader of a TTC bus driver driving while texting on a mobile device.
Every salesperson whether selling a product or an idea must deal with “objections.” Most sales training focuses on how to overcome them. In the first in a series of articles, Contributing Editor Richard Brooke, one of Network Marketing’s true masters, shows us a whole new way to look at and work with objections. Rather than seeking to overcome them, Richard reveals a way to turn them into win2 opportunities for everyone by “listening through them.” Here’s what it’s all about.