Category Archives: Tools and Information

You’ve Already Abandoned Your New Year’s Resolution. Here’s a Better Path to Reach Your Goals. | Entrepreneur

It’s only mid-January, but chances are pretty good that all those lofty resolutions you made before the clock struck midnight on Dec. 31 have fallen by the wayside. You’re not alone.

A small, but oft-cited, longitudinal study of New Year’s resolutions by John Norcross, a professor of psychology at the University of Scranton, revealed that nearly a quarter of people abandoned their goal after one week. That number swelled to 46 percent at a month and 64 percent after six months. Less than a fifth, 19 percent, were able to hang on for two years.

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Secrets to Creating Your Own Profitable, Sustainable, Successful Business | Getentrepreneurial.com

Growing a successful business is something every entrepreneur and business owner aspires to. So why do so few actually succeed and experience business success?

Having worked closely with very successful business owners and entrepreneurs, and having built my own successful business, I’m here to tell you it isn’t easy.

True success comes from two things: Knowing the business and/or marketing strategy that’s perfect for you, and mastering your inner blocks and mindset.

Both are easier said than done.

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Ossia Partners With Spigen To Bring Phone Cases With Wireless Charging | Digital Trends

The idea of sending power wirelessly over a distance dates back to Nikola Tesla, who proved the concept more than a century ago, but it has been slow to develop. That could be about to change thanks to recent developments from Ossia. We wrote about Ossia’s forever battery at CES last year and we saw them at MWC, but at CES 2019 the company announced a partnership with case manufacturer Spigen to bring the technology to your phone case.

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Why You Can Crave Stodgier Food In Winter | Goodhousekeeping

Rainbow, schmainbow. When Luther is back on TV and it gets dark outside 20 minutes after your lunch break, only beige food will do.

First, let’s debunk the myth that this is your body’s way of fattening you up for winter – you’re not a hibernating woodland creature. So, what is going on? Blame your hormones, says registered dietitian Jo Hollington.

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Common Job-Hopping Myths | Business News Daily

Millennials get a bad reputation for everything they do. They get blamed for killing the mayonnaise industry, the diamond industry and even the divorce rate. Myths and stereotypes follow every generation, and none of them are immune from job-hopping myths.

Industry experts told Business News Daily that these “facts” about job-hopping aren’t at all what they seem. Here are few common ones and how to combat them.

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9 Tips on Multitasking Management That Will Improve Your Productivity | Life Hack

When you’re hungry to grow, expand and drink deeply of life, you want to be as productive as possible. And with so many choices of how to drink deeply of life, we can add a lot to our plate. Enter multitasking management that will improve your productivity.

It starts, innocently enough, with inspired action and a will to accomplish, build and fulfill what’s in our heart or mind to create. But if we’re not careful, it quickly turns into being buried in work and delayed outcomes rather than the productivity we thought we were creating.

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Seven Time Management Hacks for Hippies | marketingforhippies.com

A question I often get is, “What’s Tad short for?”

But another question I get almost as often is, “How do you do so much?”

The most honest answer I can give is, “Other things suffer.” And that’s true in just about every way we could mean it.

But, what’s also true is that I have figured out a few things about managing my time and organizing those to do lists. Because, if you’re not organized, it’s easier to just never, ever get to those important projects of yours.

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The 2019 ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ Total Lunar Eclipse Does Affect Earth, But Not Like You’ve Heard | Forbes

In less than two weeks, the moon will turn blood red for a short period and things may seem  a little weird, but they couldn’t be more normal. After all, we’ve seen this twice in just the last twelve months.

And yet there’s long been anxiety over total lunar eclipses, also referred to as ‘blood moons’ for the reddish hue that the shadow of the Earth casts on the full moon during the not-really-that-rare event (it happens about every one to three years on average). Often thought of as a bad omen by various prognosticators of assorted religious, conspiratorial and otherwise paranoid stripes, it’s sometimes claimed that a lunar eclipse can “trigger” natural disasters like earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

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Should You Move From Your Home Office into a Coworking Space? | AllBusiness.com

One of the biggest benefits of being in business today is the technology at our disposal. New platforms and tools have made it easier to reach people, and you can see, talk, and engage with coworkers across geographic barriers better than ever before. It’s this lack of boundary restrictions that has opened the door to owning and working in a geographically dispersed business.

One way for people who work in different locations than their peers to get out of the home office and operate more efficiently is to work in a coworking space. If you’ve ever considered working in a shared office space, here are a few pros and cons to consider before moving in.

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