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  • 8 Ways to be the Light and the Resistance Our nation is about to change. The world is about to change. Make no mistake, for better or for worse, things will never be the same again. That always happens when a new President takes the oval office. However, in this case, those changes have much more serious implications for many people. Most likely for ...
  • How Collaboration Makes You Amazing There’s a shift happening in the global market. We see competition as the old mindset, something that is becoming obsolete. It’s time to create Amazing Companies as the standard, not the exception! Engage­ment revolves around the people, their passions, and the pur­pose. It leads to a higher productivity level; the profits are a natural result ...
  • 10 Websites to List Your Home Renovation Business Intuit forecasts that approximately 7.6 million Americans will be involved as providers into so-called “gig” economy by 2020, which means that the current total of 3.2 million will be more than doubled. On-demand business model is constantly escalating in importance and popularity. Small and mid-sized businesses have to reckon with this fact in order not ...
  • 3 Things the Avengers Can Teach You about Agile Marketing Much like the Avengers, the gruesome work of marketers is never done and often thankless. Just ask a marketer how much behind-the-scenes stuff they go through to do their job and it’ll be enough to make you stab yourself with one of the Black Widow’s daggers. Marketers have witnessed huge changes to their jobs in ...
  • Putting Empathy Front and Centre By Mick McCabe, Global CSO, Publicis Worldwide January always brings the hopes, resolutions and commitments of a New Year.  And CES represents that for many in the marketing and business world.  Every year, 170,000 people and 3800 exhibitors from our world converge in Sin City, Las Vegas, to gorge at the four day, all-you-can-eat business, marketing ...
  • ‘Green News Report’ – February 2, 2017 The Green News Report is also available via… IN TODAY’S RADIO REPORT: Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court not a big fan of federal agencies; Former ExxonMobil CEO now in charge of U.S. diplomacy; Trump’s controversial EPA nominee muscled through GOP Senate Committee; PLUS: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe gears up for another ...
  • Dubai Aims to Become a FinTech Hub By AsiaToday reporter Jina Koh – Dubai has joined the global battle to become a FinTech hub. With decades of growth, the city has developed its infrastructure to become a key business center and is now placing its focus ...
  • Did someone just say “Industrial Policy?” Let’s take a breath and step back from our circus-like introduction to the Trump era. A few weeks ago, we were trying to decode voters’ messages in the US and UK. Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and millions of voters said we have lost trust in the way we’ve managed globalization. Brexit and the ...
  • Success Without a Plan: The Super Bowl Halftime Show Paradox By Andy Walsh, Founding Partner, Listen The Super Bowl halftime show holds a strangely unique and enviable place in culture, one that no other annual event can really emulate. It blends so many different entertainment elements – most of which generally live outside the world of sport – to create a moment in time that taps ...
  • I Let My Six Year Old Use the Internet and I Think It’s Safe Is it okay to allow children over the age of 10 to use the Internet unsupervised? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Kevin Cameron, father, on Quora: I let my six-year-old use the internet “without supervision”, whatever that means. ...
  • All The Single Ladies — Women Who Downplay Their Successes And Why It’s A Huge Mistake Last week, Mary Tyler Moore passed away at the age of 80. Moore made history in 1970 when she portrayed, for the first time in television history, a single professional working woman. In doing so, Moore immediately became the epitome of a modern-day feminist and brilliantly maintained that moniker for nearly 50 years. Today, it’s ...
  • Trumps War Against Wordsmiths Trumps antagonistic attitude to reporters goes beyond the pale. He recently told CNN reporter Jim Acosta that “your organization is terrible” and that “you (CNN) are fake news.” This is a classic bully tactic adopted by him to gain power over his perceived enemies and minimize the effectiveness of fair reporting. In December 2015, Katy Tur ...
  • Is it Harmful to Clean Up After Your Kids? Do parents doing their kids’ laundry, keeping their room clean, etc., result in tidy people when the kids live on their own? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.  Answer by Martyn V. Halm, Pre-Conflct Control Instructor, on Quora: “Do parents doing ...
  • Six Etiquette Rules to Follow in Japanese kitchens What are some rules of restaurant kitchen etiquette that most people don’t know about? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Kaz Matsune, Private Sushi Chef at Breakthrough Sushi, on Quora: Here are some restaurant etiquette rules in sushi ...
  • The Art of the Deal with Afghanistan’s Mess The U.S. finds itself at the right place, at the right time, but it has chosen the wrong individuals as partners. Partnership with Afghanistan is vital to the U.S., and it’s endorsed by the Afghans through a lengthy and democratic process. Emerging threats of ISIL, Russia’s aggressive strategy, China’s vision of dominance for the region, ...
  • Jesus’ Answer To President Trump’s Immigration Ban A great many people, religious and otherwise, affirm the fundamental goodness of helping people in need. But how far does this obligation to show compassion extend? When Donald Trump put in place his ban on refugees from predominantly Muslim countries, his action left many Christians wondering whether there is any religious duty to provide sanctuary ...
  • (VIDEO) News Corp.’s Guenther On Infrastructure Flexibility, Fake News And Viewability HOLLYWOOD, Florida – While programmatic media buying continues to grow rapidly, publishers need to remain flexible with their infrastructure. It’s all about helping advertisers reach the audiences they want, says the SVP and Global Head of Programmatic for News Corp., Chris Guenther. “It’s just a means of servicing our clients,” Guenther says of programmatic in ...
  • (VIDEO) Index Exchange’s Casale On The Benefits Of Supply Side Focus, Infrastructure And Partnerships HOLLYWOOD, Florida – On the heels of his company’s expanded partnership with AppNexus, Index Exchange President & CEO Andrew Casale reflects on the benefits of focusing exclusively on supply side clients, becoming “an infrastructure” company and fostering adtech partnerships. Until three years ago, Index Exchange was known as Casale Media, an early proponent of programmatic founded ...
  • (VIDEO) Cheddar Expands Presence In TV Bundles, Steinberg explains HOLLYWOOD, Florida – Anyone over the age of 60 probably hasn’t heard of Cheddar TV. Which is entirely the point, according to its Founder & CEO, former BuzzFeed executive Jon Steinberg, whose plans include activation within two more popular TV bundles in the coming months. “I saw nobody recreating the MSNBC, CNN, CNBC for people under ...
  • How Democrats Should Fight the Battle Over Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court Seat Yesterday, President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court to replace Justice Scalia. Happily, President Trump did not repeat his previously stated theory that the late justice was smothered by a pillow. Since Robert Bork’s nomination in the 1980s, and perhaps before that, all Supreme Court nominations have been disputed. However, yesterday’s ...