Adam Macias

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Developing A 360-Degree Digital Marketing Strategy - #infographic

"360 degree digital marketing is one of the most popular marketing philosophies around right now – but what does it really mean, and how can you do …

How To Win The Impulse War Inside Your Brain

Your brain is complicated. Understanding how it works can help you make better decisions.<p>What role do our emotions play in decision-making? Some might say it’s a fairly contentious one. Acting on emotions without reason can be dangerous. 17th-century French philosopher Descartes would have you …

How to Avoid Mediocre Results on the Guitar - Part 1: The Correct Practicing Method | Guitar Lesson

Did you play an instrument in elementary school, middle school or high school. Did you try to learn guitar in the same way you learned this other …

7 early-morning stretches to build a better body

Tired of waking up in the morning achy or constantly tight and sluggish? Chances are you’re like everyone else who skips out on stretching. To start …

Should I Stretch Before or After My Runs?

Neither, experts say. Or if you must, do it after your workout—not before.<p>You’ve seen the iconic image of a runner bent over and touching his toes. You’ve probably seen plenty of runners doing this before races. So it may surprise you to hear that this so-called static stretching—attempting to …

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5 best ways to get your brand noticed in 2015

Music benefits a child’s mind in numerous ways: study

Theories abound about the cognitive advantages of playing the piano or violin early in life, and recent research says it could also help children to …

Finding faster-than-light particles by weighing them

In a new paper accepted by the journal <i>Astroparticle Physics</i>, Robert Ehrlich, a recently retired physicist from George Mason University, claims that …

Why every company needs a minimum viable product

All businesses strive to create value – they just don't always know where that value lies.<p>A minimum viable product (MVP) is the most basic level at which a product can enter the market. It's an experiment to determine if the execution of an idea has enough marginal utility to make or improve …