Sat.Jan 04, 2020 - Fri.Jan 10, 2020

How To Secure Mobile Data: Tips to Protect Yourself Online

Dumb Little Man

Think about all the Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter posts you make. Then, consider that for every post, there is data collected about your location, device, and more. We create new data amounting to 250 million terabytes each day.

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How to Make Smart Career Decisions (Webinar)

Eat Your Career

Join us for this month’s free webinar on the topic of “How to Make Smart Career Decisions.” ” Date : Wednesday, January 22, 2019. Time : 11:00 AM Pacific | 12:00 PM Mountain | 1:00 PM Central | 2:00 PM Eastern.

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Shape Thinking with Experiences that Make You Proud

Ian's Messy Desk

The post Shape Thinking with Experiences that Make You Proud appeared first on Ian's Messy Desk. Do our thoughts shape our lives? Albert Einstein believed so. He said, “The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”

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The four things you need to do to impress your boss in 2020

Practically Perfect PA

A new year is an opportunity for a fresh start. So this year, why not make your resolution to impress your boss – and reap the rewards that follow! Here are some top tips on how to make a positive impression in 2020 when planning a meeting.

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The Connection Between Sugar and Cancer You Might Not Know About

Dumb Little Man

In its simplest form, the body uses calories provided by sugar for energy. There’s also the pleasurable aspect is has on many foods. And it’s rather surprising how frequently it appears in savory foods like sauces, processed meats, and vegetable products.

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The Growing Backlash Against AB5, California's New Gig Economy Law

Small Business Labs

California's new labor law, AB5, was meant to help Uber and Lyft drivers - and others - get hired as traditional employees with the hope this would increase their pay and financial security. 

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8 Tips for Getting Back in the Work Groove

Office Dynamics

We all know how hard it is to mentally get back in our work mode after a holiday—especially a long holiday like Christmas season. Here are some tips to help assistants refocus on business and their priorities.

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A House-Buying Guide For Millennials

Dumb Little Man

Buying a house can be an exciting time in anyone’s life, and it’s a huge milestone that you should celebrate. Millennials buying houses is nothing new, but there’s a new surge of younger homebuyers throughout the United States.

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The Rise of Career Nomadism

Small Business Labs

Korn Ferry is a large, global organizational consulting and recruiting firm. Their research institute recently released their Top 10 Talent Trends for the New Year.    All the trends are interesting. But the one that jumped out at us is the rise of career nomadism.

2020 130

Podcast Episode 14 – Are You A Chronic Starter?

Simple Productivity Blog

How many projects do you have that aren't finished right now? I'm not talking about just the ones you are aware of. I'm talking about all those things that you put somewhere with the intention of getting back to them "someday". Today we will look at how starting projects can become a problem, a way to list all of your projects, and how to combat some of the things that can keep you from finishing. The post Podcast Episode 14 – Are You A Chronic Starter? appeared first on Laura Earnest.

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Episode 278: Keeping Productive with Francesco D’Alessio

Productivityist

This week on the program I’m joined by a guest I’ve been looking to chat with for a long time. Francesco D’Alessio runs Keep Productive , a YouTube show dedicated to helping people find the most suitable productivity software for their work and life needs.

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How Companies Should Handle Office Romance

Dumb Little Man

We spend more of our waking day at work than anywhere else. Throughout our careers, we come across many new faces and form strong connections with those we work with. Spending so much time with the same people leads us to build strong friendships and for some, more than that.

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7 Tips for Reading More

Jen Lawrence

I wish I read more. I think this a few times a week as I try to balance all the aspects of my life. I love reading and probably fall above average for my reading time, but still… I wish I read more. Turns out, I’m not not alone.

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Changing Jobs: Let’s Do The Math

Simple Productivity Blog

How do you know if a new job is the right way to go? If all other factors are equal, how do you know that you're not actually taking a cut in pay? I get asked this question - a lot - because people know I can do the math. The price to pay of an engineering degree and a teaching license in math, I guess). So today I wanted to get the article out there so other people can see how to work through it. Bear in mind that this is just the money numbers.

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The Ultimate Guide to Bitcoin Trading Robots

Small Business CEO

The Bitcoin (BTC) market has been growing since its inception in 2009. The surge in price has seen everyone try cryptocurrency as an investment option. Others are still hesitant to buy and invest in BTC coins. Unlike other financial markets, cryptocurrency trading is available 24/7.

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How to Measure Influencer Marketing Impact

Dumb Little Man

The rise of social media in the last decade has altered the way we live, work, buy, and do business. Millennials and Gen Z that have the most purchase power spend most of their time online. This is why it has become indispensable for organizations to have a robust presence on social media platforms.

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Bedbugs and Bessie Bugs

Daily Writing Tips

The other day, I heard a celebrity say that someone was “as crazy as a bedbug.” I laughed, amused that the person had gone so far wrong with the idiom “crazy as a bessie bug.”. As I usually do when struck by some linguistic oddity, I began searching for other examples.

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5 Critical Life Lessons You Can Learn From Kung Fu Panda

Dumb Little Man

Kung Fu Panda is an animated movie that teaches several interesting life lessons, embedded in a predictable storyline. It is highly entertaining, done in a Dreamworks storybook fashion. Even though we first watched the movie over a week ago, my kids can not stop talking about it. In the show, the panda, whose name is Po, was chosen by a wise old turtle, Ooguay, as the dragon warrior to defeat the enemy. Unfortunately, Po was an unlikely character for he was fat and clumsy.

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Important Tips for Safe Online Dating

Dumb Little Man

Can online dating be done safely? Older generations might warn that the only people doing online dating are serial killers. However, it’s important to remind them that the crime rate is lower than it ever has been.

2020 146

5 Advantages of Getting a Forklift Ticket

Small Business CEO

A forklift is a powerful industrial machine. Without proper knowledge and training on how to operate it, a forklift can easily cause personal injuries and damage to property.

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Before You Get A Credit Card, Read This

Small Business CEO

Credit card is a small piece of rectangular shaped plastic card that gives a person the ability to purchase anything within its credit limit with one swipe. One can pay on time and enjoy the perks and benefits of it or opt to delay your payment and pay more because of the added interest per month.

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5 Common Product Packaging Mistakes – And How to Avoid Them

Small Business CEO

No one wants their product’s packaging posted online as a joke or horror story. Perhaps the packaging failed, allowing the product to be damaged in transit. The labels might be considered misleading, or the amount of packaging is criticized as wasteful.

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How to Monitor your Brand’s Online Reputation

Small Business CEO

If you’re a small business owner that posts about your brand online, you need to pay close attention to what audiences are saying in order to gauge your professional reputation.

2020 62

WCAG 2.1 Overview: Updates in Accessibility

Small Business CEO

Accessibility on the internet has been long overdue for an overhaul. One of the most undervalued audiences on the web is that of disabled people (who use the internet just as much, if not more, than “non-disabled” people).

2020 59

Simple Ways To Reward Your Employees

Small Business CEO

One of the most powerful tools to use for employee motivation is rewards. According to the Havard Business Review when you reward top performers in your company effectively, this ensures that you keep employees and make certain they’re happy working for you.

2020 59

How to Determine Pay Raises for Your Employees

Small Business CEO

There’s no doubt that corporate culture has shifted. Gone are the days when a new college graduate would seek to cement their place in a massive Fortune 500 corporation and stay with that corporation till the end of their career.

2020 62

Best T-Shirt Printer for New Businesses

Small Business CEO

The heart of your T-shirt business may be creative and unique designs. But the muscle of your business is going to come from the equipment you use.

2020 62

7 Marketing Ideas That a Small Business Can Use

Small Business CEO

If you are like many other small businesses, then chances are that you don’t have a lot of cash to invest in marketing. However, that is okay because there are many ideas that you can easily implement without having to spend your entire budget.

2020 59

Competitive Analysis: 5 Ways to Get and Keep a Leg Up on the Competition

Small Business CEO

When you own a business, you’re always looking for new ways to get ahead of your competitors. Here are five excellent ways to get ahead and stay ahead. Know Your Customers And Your Competition.

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