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How Advances in Medical Technology Will Improve Nursing Homes

Dumb Little Man

As America marches further into the twenty-first century, the nation’s population continues to get older. By 2030 , the first of the 77 million baby boomers will reach the age of 85. In 2034, seniors will outnumber children for the first time in the nation’s history.

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The Secret To Getting Things Done

Simple Productivity Blog

There is only one thing you need to do to get things done, no matter what the time frame or task. It's very simple, yet profound. And still many people won't do it. Want to know this secret? Today we'll look at the secret and why most people don't do it.

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How to Achieve Self-Mastery

Dumb Little Man

Life is comparable to chess. There’s a limitless number of viable moves. You’re free to choose, but every move generates all future moves. Consequences, after all, are unavoidable. There’s never an escape from even the smallest of actions. You are the Architect of Your Life.

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Career transitions for Executive Assistants

Practically Perfect PA

Career transitions for Executive Assistants Being an Assistant isn't for everyone. I mean, let's face it, the job has its challenges, and I think you have to love the role to succeed in it genuinely. If you think of the position as a stepping stone to something else or a job [.].

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From Goal to Action: How to Build a Plan for Success (Webinar)

Eat Your Career

For most career-minded professionals, goal setting is an essential part of the new year celebration. But sadly, few people know what to do once a goal is set. Consequently, they end up feeling overwhelmed, unsure of where to start or how to make real progress. Thus, many goals are quickly abandoned.

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Yet Again, Flying Cars are Predicted to be Just Around the Corner

Small Business Labs

Both the New York Times and the BBC have recent articles claiming that flying cars, in the form of flying taxis, will soon be common.    And it could be true this time.

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How To Prepare Your Data For Industry 4.0

Dumb Little Man

A new industrial revolution is coming, and no, it won’t look the way it did 100 years ago. Industry 4.0 is on the way, and at breakneck speed. Industry 4.0 is set to completely remake the way that products and inventory are created.

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What’s Left After The Messy Beginning

Brilliantly Better

10 years ago, if you wanted to eliminate meat from your diet, you had very few options. You could obviously go with salads, nuts and crucifers, but if you wanted a more dense source of protein, you were out of luck. And I’m talking mostly about engineered protein-rich foods.

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Autogolpe —Another Word for Seizing Power

Daily Writing Tips

During the recent unsettled times, I have come across a new word (new to me) to describe an extralegal maneuver to seize power in a country that has an established government: autogolpe.

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What is Good Information Hygiene?

Small Business Labs

Edelman released their 2021 Trust Barometer , which is an annual global study on the level of trust citizens have in institutions. The Trust Barometer focuses on trust in governments, corporations, NGOs and the media and Edelman has conducted this study for two decades.

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The Seven Steps to Finding Self-Acceptance

Dumb Little Man

According to Wikipedia : “Self-esteem is an individual’s subjective evaluation of their own worth. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about oneself as well as an emotional state such as triumph, despair, pride, and shame.”. I believe all of us, as human beings, have experienced self-esteem struggles.

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Podcast Episode 38: 20 Life Skills You Should Have…Or Teach

Simple Productivity Blog

Today I'm going to talk about the skills I think everyone should be able to do to be self-sufficient - and why. The post Podcast Episode 38: 20 Life Skills You Should Have…Or Teach appeared first on Laura Earnest. Podcast

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Is It Still Worth Promoting Your Blog On Facebook Or Instagram? An Experiment

Brilliantly Better

A few months ago I started a promotion experiment. I wanted to see if Facebook / Instagram are still worthy of that, or – as my hunches were telling me – these outlets are already so opaque that they don’t even serve their initial purpose, which is connecting people.

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Code-switching Is Not Cultural Oppression

Daily Writing Tips

Until recently, I thought that most English teachers shared my view that mastering a standard form of English is the acquisition of a desirable skill that is as much a basic of a general education as learning the four math functions.

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MBO Partners 10 Future of Work Predictions for 2021

Small Business Labs

Last week MBO Partners released their annual future of work predictions for the coming year. 

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Top Articles of 2020

Simple Productivity Blog

One of the things I constantly remind myself of is that it's not enough to look forward. Plans, goals and steps all have their place; but if I don't look back to see the lessons from the past, I am missing a large part of the picture.

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You’re Improving While You’re Resting, Not While You’re Running

Brilliantly Better

When I started to run, about 10 years ago, I plunged right into it. Heads on, daily runs, complete involvement. I set up a very tight routine, basically running every day, and didn’t skip a run. For a while, maybe a couple a months, this worked out, somehow.

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2 Critical Web Design Errors & How To Avoid Them

Small Business CEO

Two catastrophic web design errors can kill the performance of any website. A website requires a significant investment in time and money. Therefore, you need to avoid two particular errors to deliver a positive ROI: a responsive web design and a fast page speed.

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Key Findings from 10 Years of Studying the Gig Economy: The Rise of Microbusiness Exporters

Small Business Labs

Despite trade wars, tariffs, and the erection of other barriers to cross-border commerce, the past decade has seen a substantial increase in the number of U.S. microbusinesses and freelancers who export goods and services.

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Anxiety Buster: A Three-Step System To Help You Get Rid of Panic Attacks

Dumb Little Man

Have you been struggling with anxiety? Then tell me if this sounds familiar: You’re on edge – and on the verge of tears – almost all the time and you don’t know why. Sometimes, you get really jittery and lose focus, even if you’re in the middle of a task at work.

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3 Ways Automation Can Hurt Your Business

Jen Lawrence

Okay – raise of hands… how many of you have been told that the way to get ahead in your business is to automate as much as possible? I can’t tell you how many people are shocked to hear that, as a systems expert, I still do quite a bit of work manually. Sound like a contradiction?

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The Subtle Danger Of Being Able To Do Whatever You Want

Brilliantly Better

Goal setting is nice. And it works like going to gym: the more you do it, the better you get at it. If you practice goal setting long enough, at some point you’ll be in a place where it’s getting comfortable. Like a second nature: whatever you put your mind to, you make it happen.

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A Competitive Industry: How to Stay Relevant as a New Business

Small Business CEO

Without a doubt, a startup owner has plenty of hurdles to overcome if they intend to experience any kind of success in their industry.

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Side Hustle Stack - A Directory of Gig Platforms and Marketplaces

Small Business Labs

Side Hustle Stack describes itself as: " a resource for finding various platforms to earn income—ranging from side hustles to building a full-time standalone business.

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5 Easy & Healthy Tips to Stop Smoking

Dumb Little Man

Cigarette smoking is injurious to health. Anti-smoking advertisements first started in the late 1960s and have been a significant global campaign ever since. Whether it is a motion picture or an advertisement; cigarette smoking scenes always come with a statutory warning that it is cancerous.

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4 Solutions to Imposter Syndrome

45 Things

Imposter syndrome is something that affects most of us at one time or another, but many people don't know what to do about it when it hits them.

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2020 In Review

Brilliantly Better

This was a good year. Different, for sure, but it was a good one. In fact, it was so good that I felt compelled to write a review of it, something that I didn’t do in other recent years. So, without further ado, let’s see what went well, what went not so well and what. Read more.

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Tips to Improve your Investments With Forex

Small Business CEO

When investing in foreign currency, the most important things are to choose a good currency broker, a good strategy, and to execute your strategy exactly how it was intended. This article will outline 5 tips to improve your investments with Forex. Choosing the right broker.

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“Become” and a Question of Syntax

Daily Writing Tips

A sentence in a biographical piece in the Washington Post about the gifted librettist Randy Rainbow got me thinking about syntax and linking verbs: His closest friend became his caustically funny maternal grandmother.

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5 Ways To Manage Money When You’re Broke

Dumb Little Man

Having financial stability can be empowering—you can get your needs and indulge your wants without anxiously waiting for the next paycheck. It also allows you to prepare for emergencies and other unexpected circumstances.

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3 Trends That Could Define Your Career in 2021

45 Things

When you're making career plans for 2021, it's a smart idea to imagine where you think future economic growth will be, the industries that will still continue to suffer from the pandemic and whether this might be the right time to start your own business.

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A Short Fitness Recap Of 2020

Brilliantly Better

I started 2020 training to run in a 24 hours race. It was the first one ever organized in Valencia and it seemed like a good opportunity – no travel, no extra costs, no extra time to get there and back home. Alas, the pandemic changed this, so the race was postponed indefinitely.

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10 Ways Small Businesses Can Come Out Ahead In 2021

Small Business CEO

The year 2020 left us with some shocking details to ponder regarding business. Knowledge is power, and this year we need to use the lessons from 2020 and know the changes being made to business administration.

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Feeding Your Inner Brainiac: My 2020 Recommended Books, Podcasts & Ideas

The Marq

It’s been an educational & enjoyable year of reading books and blogs, as well as listening to new podcasts. It's been especially helpful, a relieving distraction, from all that's been in the news.

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How To Boost Your Personal and Professional Spirits During the Pandemic Crisis?

Dumb Little Man

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson. These are tough times, aren’t they? The pandemic has shaken the world, no one is spared. It has revolutionized the way the globe was operating, prior.

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Why It's a Great Time to Explore New Career Paths

45 Things

The pandemic has forced many people to take a hard look at their careers. Some like what they see -- they realize how much they love their jobs and feel fortunate to be doing it for a company that appreciates them.

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Today’s A-ha Moment Comes From A-Ha, The Norwegian Pop Band

Brilliantly Better

Every once in a while, the endless scrolling on Twitter can reveal something actually interesting. That’s exactly what happened the other day, when I stumbled upon a really nice story. Mind you, this also led to a little bit of an A-ha moment, but more on that later.

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