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15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for April 2018

We share with you a collection of awesome and free resources for this April. Continue reading on Tutorialzine.

How CSS Works: Parsing & painting CSS in the critical rendering path

What is the Critical Rendering Path, Anyway?<p>When we say that users want quick load times, we have to draw the distinction between <i>critical</i> and</i> …

Effective Event Binding with jQuery

If you've used jQuery much at all, then you're probably already familiar with event binding. It's fairly basic stuff, but dig a little deeper and …

Prince Harry: Army kept me out of trouble

LONDON (AP) — Britain's Prince Harry has thanked the army for keeping him out of trouble and has called for national service to be brought back.<p>In an …

An Example Worth Following?

Job Opening: Skilled Worker Required!

Is Everyone Gifted To Be A Teacher?

Do We Have The Wrong Goal Of Teaching?

How to Walk Within the Greatest Freedom

<i>You are the ones who justify yourselves in the eyes of men, but God knows your hearts. What is highly valued among men is detestable in God's sight.</i></b> …

Battlefield of the Mind (Enhanced Edition)

• <b>Author:</b> Joyce Meyer<p>In celebration of selling 3 million copies, FaithWords is publishing a special updated edition of BATTLEFIELD OF THE MIND.<p>Worry, doubt, confusion, depression, anger and feelings of condemnation: all these are attacks on the mind. If readers suffer from negative thoughts, they can …

How to Clear the Clutter in Your Life

Sometimes our dining room table gets cluttered.<p>For one, it’s a big table. Every time I have to squeeze around the end chair, sliding my back against …

Dining Rooms

3 Simple Keys To Teaching God's Word

21 Ways to Overcome Personal Discouragement

Ever get discouraged as a leader?<p>It’s kind of like asking if you have a pulse.<p>If you’ve led <i>anything</i> for more than a few months, you’ve been …

Face Your Fear; the Result Might Be Amazing

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but the mastery of it” -Victor Hugo<p>Do you remember back to when you were a kid? When you blew out the birthday candles to make a wish with the belief that it would actually come true? Or when you pinned a towel to your shoulders and played the superhero …

Master the 4 Secrets of Awesome Leadership | Inc.com

The role of an entrepreneur in the organization he or she built is becoming increasingly complex and dynamic. While entrepreneurs have always had to act as <i>managers</i> to move their organizations forward--taking on the traditional management roles of planning, organizing, leading and controlling--they …

Is Your Eternal Perspective Out Of Focus?

Working For A Non-Believer?

Get Any Project Off to a Great Start: 5 Tips | Inc.com

For many people wishing to tackle an important project, starting is the hardest part. If a project is big or complicated it can seem overwhelming or intimidating. Some people get stuck in analysis paralysis while trying to figure everything out before starting. Others start without ever thinking …

6 Practical Strategies to Get You Through a Bad Day

I had a bad day recently.<p>Chances are you have too.<p>Mine blindsided me, and it threw me off so much I got almost nothing accomplished that I wanted to …

All Successful Leaders Need This Quality: Self-Awareness

It’s always pleasant, if uncommon, to find out something you’ve long intuitively believed has been, unbeknownst to you, validated by research. This was the case when I recently came across a study emphasizing the importance of “self-awareness” as a critical trait for successful leaders.<p>The study …

Do You React Or Respond?

Learning to Say “No” Is Part of Success

Success* is often built on a reflexive habit of saying “yes” to opportunities that come our way. We’re hungry for any chance to prove ourselves, and when we’re presented with one, we take it, even—or especially—if it seems daunting. (A lesson I learned years ago was to say yes to opportunities that …

7 Secrets to Becoming Far More Productive With Your Time

Do you have enough time to accomplish everything you want to get done?<p>Almost everyone who’s asked that question answers “Not really.”<p>The irony is …

How to Be Perceived as an Expert in Your Field

<i>5 Steps to Boosting Your Influence and Authority</i>During a recent Launch Conference, my friend Ken Davis joked from the stage, “All you have to do to …

Twelve Ways to Be a Godly Leader

<i>By Chuck Lawless</i><p>This blogpost was not easy to compose. Writing about godliness is never easy, for to do so is to imply you’ve figured out how to walk …

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day

Bill Rielly had it all: a degree from West Point, an executive position at Microsoft, strong faith, a great family life, and plenty of money. He even got along well with his in-laws! So why did he have so much stress and anxiety that he could barely sleep at night? I have worked with Bill for …

Six Space-Age Watches Launching At Baselworld

Are you visiting Baselworld, the world’s largest watch fair, by any chance next week? Well, even if you’re not, you should keep an eye out for these highly uncommon luxury timepieces. I guarantee you’ve never seen anything like them before: hydromechanics, one-thousand-hour power reserve, …