Tue.Jun 26, 2018

How to Rewire Your Brain for Success

Dumb Little Man

The brain is an incredible organ. It is constantly regenerating and renewing itself while absorbing the information being thrown at it. However, not every piece of information it absorbs is positive or even correct. For example, if you fall down in public and feel embarrassed, the thought “I’m an idiot” pops into your head. Your brain will absorb it and form a neural pathway.

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13 Ways You Should be Using Your Smartphone for Business

Tips From T. Marie

Admit it, you don’t go anywhere without your smartphone. It’s ok, the rest of us don’t either. That reason alone is incentive enough to examine just how useful your smartphone is to your business. With more of us enjoying job flexibility today, and with the probability of up to 58% of workers expected to be independent contractors by 2027 , if you’re not using your smartphone for more than texting, calls and email you should be.

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How to Ace Your Job Interview

Dumb Little Man

In October 2009, at the end of the Great Recession, unemployment hit 10%. Finding a job was hard. Many people, especially recent graduates who lacked experience, ended up taking part-time jobs or working in a field that didn’t actually require a degree. Unemployment has been falling slowly and steadily and it’s now down to 3.8% but many people are still struggling to find work. Why Is It So Hard? The hiring process isn’t what it used to be.

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When Will New Technologies Impact Small Businesses?

Small Business CEO

Huge enterprises are already taking advantage of bleeding-edge technologies that cut costs while improving efficiency and customer happiness.

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Names of Animals and Insects Formed by Folk Etymology

Daily Writing Tips

This post lists words derived from words in other languages as a result of folk etymology, a process by which speakers adopt the foreign terms after revising them by using existing elements from their native language.

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