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Christy Castaneda

How to Use Mindfulness to Boost Creativity

You’ve probably heard about mindfulness, and maybe you even have a regular mindfulness practice. But did you know that mindfulness is useful not just for keeping you calm and focused, it can stimulate your creativity and open up your thinking? If you’re interested in reaching your creative potential, here’s how mindfulness can give you a

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Entrepreneurship
Jean-Pierre Fallou

6 Tips for Becoming an Entrepreneur Later in Life

6 Tips for Becoming an Entreprenuer later in Life is not limited by age, and you can start a successful business at any stage of your life. However, becoming an entrepreneur later in life has its own unique challenges. Consider these tips for starting a business as a senior: Avoid allowing others to limit your

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Career
Jean-Pierre Fallou

14 Career Tips to Help You Brush Up on Your Soft Skills

For many job hunters, describing their soft skills can be the hardest part of applying for a new position. You’re prepared to send your transcripts and discuss your sales record, but how do you prove that you’re a team player or early adopter? In case you don’t already know, hard skills are the job-specific education

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Brain Training
Jean-Pierre Fallou

Keep Your Brain Healthy in Just 5 Minutes a Day

You look after your body, stay as fit as you can and make time for a healthy lifestyle, right? It’s just as important to keep your brain healthy too if you want to deal better with stress, be more productive, and reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia later in life. The good news

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Attacking Goals
Christy Castaneda

5 Reasons Why Prioritizing Your Own Needs Isn’t Selfish

Being selfless is a wonderful attribute. However, consistently giving more of yourself than you have to offer is a societal pitfall. Are you always taking care of others: their needs, their wants, their everything? Then it’s time to take a step back and see to your own needs. Taking care of yourself isn’t a selfish

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Brain Training
Jean-Pierre Fallou

3 Ways to Supercharge Your Brain Power Through Exercise

Supercharge Your Brain Power Through Exercise is good for your physical health, but did you know it’s also good for your brain? The latest neurological research has shown that there is a so-called ‘magic protein’ called Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) that has the power to supercharge your brain and improve your memory. And it is

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Entrepreneurship
Jean-Pierre Fallou

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is the creation or extraction of value.[1][2][3] With this definition, entrepreneurship is viewed as change, generally entailing risk beyond what is normally encountered in starting a business, which may include other values than simply economic ones. More narrow definitions have described entrepreneurship as the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often

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Career
Jean-Pierre Fallou

High-Paying Creative Jobs

Whether you’re a user experience designer or marketing director, creative professionals with in-demand skills and experience have many job opportunities in the current employment market. Here’s a look at just some high-paying creative jobs, according to the latest Robert Half Salary Guide for marketing and creative professionals: User experience (UX) director UX directors oversee user experience for

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Tony Jackson

People are good

The world can have us believing that everything is on fire and that everyone is out to get us. Generally speaking, people have good intentions and mean well. Find me on social: @TonyJacksonVO

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Career
Jean-Pierre Fallou

7 Online Marketing Jobs

As a new graduate, if you’re looking for a job in 7 online marketing jobs, there are a variety of careers you could choose. Whether you’re looking towards business and management or if your career goals are aimed more at the creative field, opportunities abound.  Whatever your focus is in marketing, there is something for you

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Tracy Tanner

Social Distancing | Distance Learning | 6’ Apart

Moment by moment, national, state, and city officials are announcing new directives changing the course of our daily lives. Most recently a large majority of corporations, educational institutions, and other entities have made decisions to work remotely. Remote, in this instance, means to work from home, that is, if our workforce is equipped to do

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