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Connecting the Dots Between Service and Hospitality

ProAssisting Blog

Connecting the Dots Between Service and Hospitality.

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The 7 Signs of Fake News

Dumb Little Man

These days, it’s hard to know what’s fact and what’s fiction, especially on the internet. Everyone has their own agenda and some people are willing to post fake information to manipulate people or get more people on their side. Fake news” is a real and serious problem.

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The World Economic Forum's 2021 Global Risk Report

Small Business Labs

The World Economic Forum's (WEF) Global Risk Report identifies the top risks faced by businesses and society over the next decade.  

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Tips for Saying “No!” the Nice Way

Stephanie LH Calahan

How easy is it for you to say “no” to requests that you do not want to do? For many, it isn't easy! In today's fast-paced, activity-rich society, we are all juggling a lot of responsibilities. You believe that you are handling all of the items well, and nothing is falling yet.

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RESPECT

Simple Productivity Blog

In hindsight, I can see that he was spoiling for a fight. There was nothing I could say that wasn't going to be twisted around and fired back at me. But I didn't see it at the time and made the assumption that I was dealing with someone who wanted to make a differing point heard.

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Role Of HR Technology During The Pandemic And Beyond

Dumb Little Man

One of the biggest challenges for businesses was to shut down operations immediately, as the pandemic took the globe in utter shock. However, as soon as the businesses went remote, a new family of problems became apparent.

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CNBC's Ultimate Side Hustle Guide for 2021

Small Business Labs

The number of people who have side hustles (also called side gigs) has been growing rapidly over the past 5 years.      The reasons for this growth - and how to start and run a side gig - are nicely explained in CNBC's extensive field guide The Ultimate Side Hustle Guide.

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The “New Normal” Is The Old Abnormal, With A Twist

Brilliantly Better

A year ago, having the police storming your place for spending life with your extended family, would have been unconceivable. Only extreme, totalitarian regimes would have resorted to something like this, and probably only in very targeted cases. Now, this is the norm.

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How To Avoid The Most Common Valentine’s Day Mistakes Men Make

Dumb Little Man

So, you made it through the major holidays and you’re breathing a sigh of relief, right? That New Year’s kiss marked the end of worrying that you’d purchase the wrong gift, fail to be festive enough, or not show the right amount of appreciation for her efforts at making things merry and bright.

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Wunderman Thompson's 2021 Future 100 Trends Report

Small Business Labs

The 2021 edition of the annual Wunderman Thompson Future 100 report was released last year.    It's one of our favorite trend reports. 

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A stealthy reimagining of urban public space | Elizabeth Diller

TED Talks

Cities are becoming increasingly privatized: commercial real estate dominates the streets, carving up open space that once belonged to the public and selling it as a commodity to the highest bidder.

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The GameStop Takeaway – We’re Already In A Post-Factual World, But We’re Just Entering A “Post-Fundamentals” Economy

Brilliantly Better

GameStop is a retailer which was facing a lot of hurdles because of the Covid-19 pandemic. It was planning to close 450 stores this year. Why would this matter to you?

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The Case Against 50/50 Fairness In Modern Marriage

Dumb Little Man

The mindset of modern, two-career marriage isn’t working. This has certainly been our experience.

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Conversations

Confessions of an Admin Junkie

I don’t know about you, but turning on the Conversations feature in Outlook can get me in trouble, if not just really embarrassed. After I updated a meeting invite today with last week’s agenda and materials (aack!), I knew I had to disable that Conversations feature.

What COVID-19 revealed about US schools -- and 4 ways to rethink education | Nora Flanagan

TED Talks

The abrupt shift to online learning due to COVID-19 rocked the US education system, unearthing many of the inequities at its foundation.

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The Schnitzel Effect

Brilliantly Better

I happen to look, physically, better than my age. In fact, every time I tell people my real age, which is 50 at the moment of writing, I am met with disbelief, like I’m trying to play games or making bad jokes. Usually, it takes some time to convince them that this is actually my. Read more.

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Renting vs. Buying a Home: This Is Exactly How To Decide Which Is Best For You

Dumb Little Man

Figuring out whether to rent or to buy property is a big and important decision. Each of these options has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Before you decide which option to choose, you have to take some time to evaluate both the pros and cons. The decision might affect your lifestyle.

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Bonnie’s Workplace 2021 Wish List

Bonnie Low-Krayman

By Bonnie Low-Kramen. The most important thing we can do before we die…is live.” Simon Sinek. We will all remember 2020 as the year that got put on “hold.” We had whiplash as assistants the world over had what felt like five minutes notice that their world was turning upside down.

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The joy of shopping -- and how to recapture it online | Nimisha Jain

TED Talks

Shopping is about more than just what you buy: it's a treasure hunt to discover something new, a negotiation to get a great deal, a time to catch up with friends and family. But for many, online shopping has turned the experience into an impersonal, unsatisfactory event.

The 6 Stages Of A Toxic Attachment (To Anything, Not Just A Person)

Brilliantly Better

We’re human, so we’re flawed. By design, we go through existence by clinging to various perceptions. That’s how we make sense of the world, stacking clinging on top of clinging, forming identities and then navigating events based on those identities and values.

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HDD And SSD: Seven Common Problems And Solutions

Dumb Little Man

Many people see solid-state drivers or SSDs as faster, more stable, and more energy-efficient than a traditional hard disk drive or HDD. However, they aren’t flawless, and they can experience routine SSD failures over their five to seven-year lifespan.

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7 Ways Recruiters Can Use Recruitment Analytics For Better Hiring

Recruit CRM

Recruitment analytics, otherwise known as selecting examination, assumes an undeniably significant job for recruiters and recruitment supervisors. It is the disclosure and interpretation of important patterns for sourcing, selecting and hiring.

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The Essential Furniture for Your New Home Office

Small Business CEO

With working from home becoming more commonplace, many people are looking into how to transform their spare rooms into the perfect place for concentration, production, and comfort.

All People Are OK, Their Actions May Be Off At Times

Brilliantly Better

About 5-6 years ago, I made this reframing. Instead of thinking of people as being in a certain way, globally, I started to consider them all as being fundamentally OK, and apply a value only to their actions. For instance, instead of thinking: “this guy is an idiot”, I started to think like: “this guy. Read more. The post All People Are OK, Their Actions May Be Off At Times appeared first on Dragos Roua. Personal Development

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How to avoid catching prickly emotions from other people | Jessica Garza

TED Talks

Difficult emotions can get under your skin if you're not careful. Sport and performance consultant Jessica Garza calls this the "jumping cholla effect," inspired by a sneaky kind of cactus that detaches and burrows its spines into unsuspecting passersby.

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5 Hacks for Virtual Assistants to Work Smarter

The Brainy Gal

This week I had planned to write about a particular software that I use for my Virtual Assistant Business, but when I sat down to write it.it felt s ooooo boring and blah and I didn't feel like talking tech today.

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5 Potential Business Expenses

Small Business CEO

If you’re going to start a business this year, you probably have come up with a plan already. Having a comprehensive plan in place is one of the most critical things you can do if you’re going to find success within your niche.

Playing Music To Someone Who Can’t Hear You

Brilliantly Better

Our paths are a never ending maze: sometimes they cross violently, for short amounts of time, while other times they go together, harmoniously, in the same direction, for years. We get to know and walk along with persons that are just sparks in our lives, lightning our path for just the blink of an eye, Read more. The post Playing Music To Someone Who Can’t Hear You appeared first on Dragos Roua. Relationships & Society

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5 Mistakes Small Business Owners Make When Purchasing Insurance Policies

Small Business CEO

With so many liabilities, insurance providers, and policy options for small businesses to consider, purchasing proper coverage can be a time-consuming, complicated process. But with your business’ finances and reputation on the line, it couldn’t be more critical.

Linkedin Marketing: 13 Common Mistakes To Avoid

Small Business CEO

Since Linkedin is the biggest professional network in the world, it’s safe to say that this platform holds undeniable potential when it comes to marketing. This popular networking platform can become a powerful tool in your digital arsenal.

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How Can Contract Cleaning Help Businesses Save Money and Become More Efficient

Small Business CEO

Every business needs some level of cleaning; some more than others. An establishment that works with food or drink is among those that require highly sanitary conditions.

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7 Tips To Make Your Construction Business A Success

Small Business CEO

Whether you’re a contractor who’s decided this year, you’re going to try and go it alone, or you’re a small construction business owner looking to take your business to the next level, it can be hard to know how to stand out from the competition.

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Business Insurance Benefits for Small Business Owners

Small Business CEO

As a small business owner, it is vital that you ensure your business is protected in different ways – this protection should extend further across the business as a whole including you and your employees.

Learning To Play The Guitar – 5 Months Later

Brilliantly Better

For what is worth, I’m not particularly proud of this performance. On the contrary, I can think of at least 2,306 reasons it sucks. Yet, I decided to own it, make it public and stick to my monthly updates. Hopefully, there will come a time when I will look back to this and admire my. Read more. The post Learning To Play The Guitar – 5 Months Later appeared first on Dragos Roua. Personal Development

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Foolproof Your Content: The Best Proofreading Software All Small Businesses Should Use

Small Business CEO

According to Grammarly, they have 6.9 million active users who use their automated proofreading software. However, that’s one of the only software options out there that you can use for proofreading your emails, documents, or posts. But what is the best proofreading software?

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