7 Things That Can Kill a Company Project
I will admit that I am not exactly the biggest fan of group projects. I would prefer to do more work by myself than have to rely on others.
But that is my own issue, of course; the fact is, in many schools and workplaces, we have to work in groups. And if company projects are going to run as smoothly as possible, employees should use proactive techniques... [Read the full article]
7 Things No Man Should Do Without
Whether you’re a high-powered attorney, a pro athlete, a gear-head, or a farmer; whether you’re a country boy or a city man, into sports or into books, a fan of the Yankees or a fan Red Sox; there are seven things your wardrobe should never be without.
Take this list when you go shopping and make sure the man who has “everything”... [Read the full article]
A Beginner’s Guide to Basic Computer Maintenance
People are not born knowing how to troubleshoot and maintain computers; we acquire it through experience and exposure to technology. Many professionals in the tech industry learn their trade through long periods of exploration, trial and error, and research in their fields.
However, you don’t need years of experience to perform basic maintenance... [Read the full article]
5 Ways to Lower Training Costs
Every business knows that training staff can be a costly, ongoing task. What is the best way to promote specialized training as a method of investing in current talent?
Many companies struggle with this challenge, and find themselves dedicating too much or too little to employee development. Take a look at these five ways to reduce training costs without... [Read the full article]
Cicadas Are the New Fad in Low-Carb Dieting
If you live in the Eastern United States and are over 23 years old, try to remember what spring was like exactly 17 years ago. That was the last time the Brood II Periodical Cicadas emerged from their underground domestics, took flight, then landed and peeled out of their exoskeleton.
Next they settled down to cover trees, lawns, sidewalks, roads, and... [Read the full article]
Seattle Shows Dramatic Increase in Apartments As Baby Boomers Retire
Building apartments is incredibly popular, with an unprecedented 6,796 new apartments coming onto the Seattle market in 2013. Some critics think overbuilding is a real threat, since that’s what happened in the condo market just a couple of years ago. An influx of apartments is great news for renters, but for developers and investors, nailing profits... [Read the full article]
American Opinion Shifts on Infidelity and Divorce
A May 2013 Gallup poll of over 1,500 Americans revealed that of all the social changes in the country today – gay rights, women’s rights, the legalization of marijuana, gun rights, abortion and birth control rights, etc. – the one thing Americans will not forgive, nor forget, is infidelity. From our childhood, we’re told not... [Read the full article]
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