Over the last two decades, technology has disrupted most fields of human activity. Day to day activities like shopping, paying utility bills or even filing tax returns have moved online. In fact, many companies now give you the option of doing a full day’s work without stepping out of your living room. One field that… Read more »
Month: February 2018
Science Shows the Value in Teaching Students Gratitude
The Galapagos Islands are probably on every wildlife enthusiast’s travel bucket list because of their biodiversity and breath-taking beauty. Due to their proximity to the equator, Galapagos travel boasts of a wide range of species visitors can see, including iguanas, tiny penguins, giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, endangered dolphins, among many others. It is then no… Read more »
As the world gears up to be a place where outsourcing is common, there are several speculations about temporary staffing jobs. It is true that temporary staffing job might sound like it is not secured. Which is true as well. But if you think about the positive sides, there are plenty actually and the best… Read more »
Have you ever witnessed conversations where people aren’t necessarily arguing, but seem to be talking at each other, rather than with each other? This doesn’t just happen with heated topics like politics and religion. Even the simplest conversations can follow this pattern. What’s happening during these types of interactions is a lack of presence. When… Read more »
Networking: An Untaught Skill on Many College Campuses
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