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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U.S. cell carriers are probably still selling your real-time phone location | Fast Company

Facebook and Google grab headlines for their roles in the massively profitable “personal data economy.” You know, the business of buying and selling your personal browsing habits to advertisers, pollsters, and other deep-pocketed third parties.

But cell phone companies deserve some attention, too.

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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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5 Strategies to Quickly Get More Consulting Clients | Betsy Jordyn

If you want to achieve sustainable success as a consultant – ideally you want to create a marketing system to ensure you have a consistently full pipeline of right-fit clients.

However, there will be times when you have to feel the cash flow pressure and need to find clients…right now!

This article is designed to give you some immediate traction while still setting you up for long-term success.

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Why Authenticity Matters in Marketing | Business.com

In 2019, socially conscious businesses and earned media will thrive thanks to the growing power of millennial and Generation X buyers.

Consumers are increasingly immune to traditional advertising and have become adept at tuning it out. The public’s fatigue with paid and owned advertising has created an opportunity for other types of marketing and public relations to flourish. Of these, earned media is poised to have the greatest impact in 2019, particularly with Generation X and the millennial audiences who crave authenticity and contribution to the greater good from businesses they frequent.

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Tech Trends to Watch From CES 2019 | Digital Trends

Tech shapes our daily life, impacting not just how we read and work and play but how we interact, how we learn, how we grow. And just days from now in Las Vegas, CES (formerly the Consumer Electronics Show) will give us a window into what that will look like.

Unfortunately, it’s a really big window.

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Album Sales Are Dying as Fast as Streaming Services Are Rising | Rolling Stone

In 2018, Best Buy decided to stop selling CDs, with the change partly brought on by record labels’ increasing reluctance to even issue them. Both choices are symptoms as well as causes of a seemingly inevitable trend: Buying music is now going out of style nearly as fast as streaming music is rising.

In 2018, album sales fell 18.2 percent from the previous year and song sales fell 28.8 percent, according to U.S. year-end report figures from data company BuzzAngle, which tracks music consumption. Meanwhile, total on-demand music streams, including both audio and video, shot up 35.4 percent. Audio on-demand streams set a new record high in 2018 of 534.6 billion streams, which is up 42 percent from 2017’s 376.9 billion streams.

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How to Choose the Best Office Space for Your Startup? | The Startup Magazine

Starting a new business is an exciting journey. You have finally decided to take the initiative and invest in your dreams. You have put together the perfect business plan, received the necessary funding to start, now all you need is the perfect office space for your new business. Unfortunately, this can be easier said than done, but with the following tips you will be able to choose an office space that not only fits your business but helps your business to success.

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