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Follow These 27 Digital Marketing Teachers To Add Some Value In Your Life

Whether you’re a startup, business owner, beginner or expert in marketing who is looking for new marketing ideas and the right advice. You don’t need …

10 pictures that show your daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables

I realized, though, that part of the problem was that I didn't really understand how much we were talking about. What does a daily recommended amount of fruits and vegetables look like? I decided to find out, once and for all. Here are 10 photos of fruits and vegetables, each one a complete daily …

Healthy Eating

12 habits of unsuccessful people

Old habits die hard.<p>Still, some of them <i>definitely</i> should be laid to rest. Certain habits project a pretty bad image.<p>In fact, bad habits may even cause others to view you as unsuccessful.<p>Obviously, having one of these bad habits doesn't necessarily make you a failure. In some cases, however, these …

Self-improvement

3 Surprising Habits of Smart Investors

Image source: Getty Images.<p>We all want our portfolios to grow as briskly as possible, and every time we make a bone-headed move, causing our nest eggs to shrink or falter in their growth, we may wish we were better at investing. We would all be well served by looking at successful investors and …

3 Things to Ask Yourself When You're Feeling Overwhelmed

I want you to play a short game with me. Close your eyes and imagine a long to-do list that lays out a mountain of work in front of you. Now imagine …

Time Management

How This 26-Year-Old Founder Raised $9 Million

<i>This piece originally appeared on brunchwork.</i><p>Hustle. That’s what Liz Wessel, the 26 year-old founder and CEO of WayUp, attributes her rapid success …

Startups

The “gay cure” experiments that were written out of scientific history

For the first hour, they just talked. He was nervous; he’d never done this before. She was understanding, reassuring: Let’s just lie down on the bed together, she said, and see what happens. Soon, events took their course: they were enjoying themselves so much they could almost forget about the …

The Brain

One of the best culinary schools in the world is about to award the Nobel Prize of food

In recent years, several high-profile chefs have sought to use their craft and stature to improve the world around them. José Andrés and Tom Colicchio have done advocacy work for hunger relief. Alice Waters has morphed her farm-to-table movement into a campaign to improve the health and …

Nobel Prize

Apple patents concert camera blocker

<b>Apple has been granted a patent for technology that could stop smartphone cameras being used at concerts.</b><p>The patent describes a smartphone camera receiving coded infrared signals beamed from emitters in public places.<p>The handset could then offer on-screen information or disable the camera …

Barcodes

Intellectuals have ushered the world into a dangerous age of political nihilism

On the surface, it would seem that intellectuals have nothing to do with the rise of global illiberalism. The movements powering Brexit, Donald Trump and Third-World strongmen like Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte all gleefully reject books, history and higher education in favor of railing …

Political Science

Facebook News Feed Changes Reduce Page Exposure: This Week in Social Media

Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that …

Marketing

5 Online Marketing Trends to Leverage

To stay on top of the game, businesses have to know the latest trends within online marketing. Here are 5 of the most interesting ones.<p>Online …

Think big, spend little: Securing brand exposure for small businesses

Greenlid Envirosciences did not have the money for a flashy advertising campaign. So it made one that intentionally looked cheap.<p>After a successful appearance on CBC's <i>Dragon's Den</i>, Greenlid's "compostable compost bin" is sold at established retailers such as Home Hardware, but it still has only a …

Small Business

What 17 Successful People Wish They'd Known About Money in Their 20s

Your 20s are far from simple … especially when it comes to your finances. Even the some of the wealthiest, most successful people didn’t escape this …

Personal Finance

Why Women Need to Drop the 'Chill' Act and Embrace the Hysterical

The pressure to be "chill" is just the modern iteration of calling women "crazy" and "hysterical."<p>For decades now it has been severely out of fashion to deem a woman hysterical. The word, of course, brings to mind to hysteria—a mental illness that only affected women and, for hundreds of years, …

Relationships

Massive Study Finds Genetic Links To Happiness And Depression

The rush is on to find genetic links to happiness, depression and other psychological traits. In the latest study—one of the largest ever conducted on the subject—more than 190 researchers in 17 countries analyzed genomic data from nearly 300,000 people.<p>The results zeroed in on a handful of genetic …

Genetics

The 3 Things Venture Capitalists Say All Startups Must Do

Venture capitalist Bill Gurley thinks unicorns are in for a rough ride in the months ahead. He wants other startups to stop making the same fundraising mistakes.<p>The tide has gone out pretty quickly when it comes to venture capital rounds for promising tech companies.<p>And as so-called …

Venture Capital

The Cognitive Origins of Religion

To understand the human brain we often turn to neuroscientists and psychologists. Two decades ago, Professor of Archaeology Steven Mithen decided to …

Miss Manners: Don’t take your etiquette cues from TV

<i>Dear Miss Manners: While watching certain “judge’’ TV shows, I’ve noticed that when a plaintiff or defendant is given a tissue, there is never a “thank you’’ offered to the giver.</i><p><i>It leads me to wonder: Is not thanking a person for this small favor considered somehow improper? Please help, as I am</i> …

Engagement Rings

Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week

Nearly 8.2 million Australians work full-time, and a further 3.8 million work part-time, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics …

Employment

People Don’t Want To Know What You Photograph So Much As They Want To Know Why

My old pal Skip Cohen published a post at his blog (SkipCohenUniversity.com) a little while ago and used my “Artist Statement” as a teaching tool so …

Photography

Choosing Your Words Carefully

Have you ever thought of words which excite a ready response in readers? Choice is important, and in cases of dramatic suspense, vital. Perfumes can …

Books

5 Ways To Keep Learning After College

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” — Henry Ford<p>As children, we just couldn’t …

What Your Small Business Should Do To Look Like A Social Media Pro

As social media use continues to grow, so does the number of marketing opportunities for small businesses. Nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults now use social networking sites, according to Pew Research, up from just 7 percent in 2005.<p>“That’s just a remarkable adoption curve,” said Sean Miller, lead …

Small Business

Ganja Yoga Is the Cannabis-Fueled Workout of Dreams

It makes perfect sense to us that cannabis and yoga would work hand in hand—after all, what could be more relaxing than a little weed and a little …

Yoga