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10 Success lessons from Warren Buffett– “Oracle Of Omaha” for entrepreneurs

Share68<p>Tweet<p>Share26<p>+19<p>Shares 103<p>With an estimated net worth of $66.2Billion, Warren Buffett is one of the most successful, wealthiest businessmen and …

Why Aperture Priority is the Most Preferred Shooting Mode by Photographers

Photographers have their own shooting preferences. Some like using flash, some don’t. Some love to play around with depth of field, while others want …

No Fork Needed: 10 Fabulous Meals You Can Eat With Your Hands

Fact: Dinner is more fun when you can dig in with your hands. From pesto pizza to grilled chicken fajitas, these recipes are perfect for getting the whole family sharing and smiling around the dinner table.<p><b>1. Pizza with Pesto, Fresh Tomatoes and Mozzarella</b><p>This pizza packs a serious pesto punch. The …

8 Apps Tech Savvy Entrepreneurs Use To Achieve Their Goals Faster

Credit<p>Are you among the tech savvy entrepreneurs? Do you use your smart phone most of the time? What if I tell you that there are apps that can help you achieve your goals faster? You see, as an entrepreneur I understand that time is money. And just like me, so many other smart entrepreneurs who …

The 1 Quick Question That Will Instantly Make You More Productive

Goodbye cluttered to-do list, hello laser focus.<p>You're blurry-eyed and slack-jawed at your desk, staring at a to-do list so long you feel like you could wrap it around the entire earth -- twice. Yes, we've all found ourselves in this stressful situation every now and then.<p>Facing a to-do list that …

Breath Counting Meditation: How to Build Mental Power

You know what's funny? Nearly everything we buy or use comes with instructions. Not just cellphones and computers, but even something as simple as a hammer will usually have at least a drawing that tells you how to use it.<p>But people are not products. We're all born with a brain and body, but at …

Chartered Club

Many people park their money in deposits and securities for investment purpose. And in times of financial emergencies there are only two options …

The 12 golden rules of investing

Whether you’re an old timer or are planning on buying your first share, these 12 rules will help you learn how to become an investor who is …

What it costs to produce oil - CNNMoney

Australia's economy could eat dirt in 2016

From my point of view, we will begin to see a significant shift in media attention towards the first pillar of the Australian economy, the financial services sector.<p>And when I say shift, I mean a deeper dive into the risk profile of our highly leveraged banking system and its dependent relationship …

Scientists Pull Carbon Nanofibers Out Of Thin Air

Pulling some strings to capture CO2<p>Rumpelstiltskin may have been able to spin straw into gold, but even he couldn't pull carbon fibers from thin air. Yet that's exactly what researchers at George Washington University have managed to do.<p>Led by Stuart Licht, researchers have created a solar-powered …

Is India's 100 smart cities project a recipe for social apartheid?

In architectural renderings, Gujarat International Financial Tec-City resembles a thicket of glassy blue skyscrapers soaring above the Sabarmati River in Gandhinagar, capital of the western Indian state of Gujarat. Its “signature towers” include the Diamond, a 410-metre spire resembling an icy …

Smart Cities

How to supercharge the way you learn

What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick... fast.<p>Face to face with the world’s leading memory experts, my mind is beginning to feel very humble. Ben Whately, for instance, tells me about the …

The Brain

8 of the Biggest Business Mistakes in History | Inc.com

It's a fact of life that people make mistakes. Even me, and I'm awesome. However, whenever we're facing a big screwup we've made or dealing with the repercussions of another's error, it's easy to forget that mistakes are a part of life. Fortunately, for most people, our greatest mistakes on the job …

What is a Wormhole?

A wormhole is a theoretical passage through space-time that could create shortcuts for long journeys across the universe. Wormholes are predicted by …

Knowing Your Frequency: 3 Simple Steps to Getting What You Truly Desire

Many times when we want to create something new in our life we go at it with this initial excitement. Yet, if we could probe our mind and thoughts we …

Outsourcing

The Positive Psychology of Dance

<b>The brain dance is better than the twist, the macrena, the Texas 2-step, the cupid shuffle, or the 'YMCA'.</b><p>Children of all ages have been doing the …

Why We Cry at the Movies

We spoke to Dr. Jeffrey Zacks, a professor of psychology who's written a book about our neurological responses to movies.<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE UK.</i><p>I find hard to understand why people enjoy <i>Love Actually</i> so much, let alone why some shed tears of passionate sorrow every time they …

Mindfulness: The Power of “Thinking About Your Thinking”

Dan Harris from ABC News contacted me out-of-the-blue a few years ago to discuss the power of mindfulness and meditation. His book, <i>10% Happier,</i> which …

5 Boundaries You Can Set That Will Help You Boost Your Creativity

Think you’d generate more ideas with more time, more money, and more opportunities? Think again.<p>Several years ago, I joined a small group visiting the set of <i>Saturday Night Live</i> after its Friday-night rehearsal. During the visit, executive producer Lorne Michaels discussed <i>SNL</i>’s creative …

How to Keep Your Brain Young

<b>By Dr. Mercola</b><p>Are forgetfulness and "senior moments" inevitable parts of aging? Many medical professionals (including the doctor in CNN's news brief …

Earth - Will we ever have a theory of everything?

The recent film <i>The Theory of Everything</i> tells the story of Stephen Hawking, who managed to become a world-famous physicist despite being confined to a wheelchair by a degenerative disease. It's mostly about his relationship with his ex-wife Jane, but it does find a bit of time to explain what …

Photoshop Tutorials: 29 New Tutorials to Make Up Your Designing Skills

Fresh Photoshop tutorials for learn new techniques and tips, to design amazing portraits or a character. All <b>new Photoshop tutorials</b> will teach you …

Robot spiders could build the next generation of objects in space

One of the most difficult parts about constructing satellites, space stations, or other orbiting objects is getting the materials into space. For the most part, existing space structures have to be built on Earth. But one company wants to use the ingenuity of spiders to change the way we build for …

Space Exploration

Why Saying This Four-Letter Word Can Transform Your Productivity

A neurochemical shift happens in your brain when you say “done” at the end of even the smallest tasks.<p>Perfectionists are often reminded that “done is better than perfect.” But it turns out there’s another reason we should all try to create more “done” moments in our workdays.<p>Saying the word <i>done</i> can …

Recommended Science Books For Non-Scientists

Steven Weinberg is hawking a book about the history of science these days, and as part of the publicity effort for that, has produced a list of 13 books for non-scientists, with an accompanying essay on the history of science writing. I haven’t read Weinberg’s book, but my impression from the …