Time is money. That’s a no-brainer.
Time is money. That’s a no-brainer.
Improving their future career prospects is only one reason to get kids interested in STEM. There are many others. First, kids with a strong grasp of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics grow up to be critical thinkers. They make their decisions based upon evidence and proven science, not suppositions or…
Are finances keeping you home, because tickets to movies, plays, concerts, and sporting events are too expensive? It’s true that entertainment events are becoming more and expensive. And this is especially true when you want to attend a super, in demand event.
Tell anyone that you’re having issues with sleep, and they’ll probably throw at least one remedy in your direction. The only problem is, most of them don’t work. They aren’t even based in science. Worse, you may even be employing these tried but not so true methods yourself. Do you think you have the sleep thing all…
If you’re a marketers, educator, business owner or blogger, you will likely already know that infographic are one of the top performing types of visual content out there.
Picture an arena packed with chanting fans. The floor is a flurry of activity. Teams huddle together. Coaches and captains bark orders. The best moments bring standing ovations, fist bumps, and group hugs. The worst moments bring witness to people who are crestfallen to have failed in spite of their efforts.
If you ask your parents and grandparents how they planned their weddings, you may get very different responses, and there’s a fair chance you will find both pretty amusing. One thing is for certain – it depended on the financial situation of the household, especially the bride’s. In “well-to-do” families, mother and…
Some people are just “party animals.” They love gathering people together for no other reason than it’s a Wednesday (better known as “hump day”), its Groundhog Day, or it’s Mozart’s birthday. Any excuse will do.
A few years ago, I was given the opportunity to study in Barcelona for a year. I had about six months notice, so I got my passport. Then, I went about the task of learning to speak the language. I paid for an expensive, online, language immersion type class.
Recently I spoke to my friend, who runs a graphic design firm, specializing in websites and printed materials for the restaurants. After five years doing everything himself, he decided it was time to take on either an assistant, or an intern. So, like benevolent Pokemon Go players, we put out some lures in the form of…
Portable Document Format (PDF) is the now standard format used for documents, primarily because it is independent of any operating system, hardware, or software. It stands alone and thus its documents can be viewed on any device.
Since integrating with LinkedIn, SlideShare has become one of the primary sources for content for business owners.
Today’s party success solely depends on the capacity to promote special events/moments from normal or average to the best memorable times.
Sometimes we watch movie “thrillers.” They are full of suspense and mystery. The same goes for books we may read, and we are thrilled, because that is the type of literature we love. We can also be thrilled when we attend a concert of a music group we love or find the perfect Christmas gift for someone. There is a…
Even if you’re good at your job, you’re going to forget things. Everyone needs a little reminder sometimes.
One of the hard lessons I learned as an adult (apart from the “money doesn’t grow on trees” mantra) is that paying the utility bills can eat up a huge chunk of your budget after paying your rent/mortgage.
Arguably the hardest part of hosting an event is getting people to actually show up.
First, there was dial-up and it already made a lot of people happy as it gave everyone an option to plug in and discover the weird and wonderful world of web. Even though each page was loading for a few good minutes, it still didn’t spoil the fun.
I dare to call myself a frequent flyer.
It’s conference season. Depending on how outgoing of a person you are, this is either a time of excitement or anxiety (or a bit of both). I’m not a particularly shy person but I do find that conferences can be overwhelming, especially the big ones. I know I’m not alone in feeling this.