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    Five Steps to Conducting Safe-to-Fail Experiments in Business

    As businesses are opening again, leaders need to think about what they are doing while so many things remain uncertain.  While the market mandates trying new things right now, how you experiment can determine your long term ability to succeed and thrive in the marketplace. Being an experimental leader means that you have a strategy […] More

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    How to update your kid’s bedroom for every age and stage

    In partnership with Surex Your Pinterest board for kids’ bedrooms might not come to fruition in real life, but you can still pull off a recreation, caused and functional space–all while seeing office for your little one’s growing independence and personality. We checked in with Mandy Milks, an interiors consultant, and Abby Wolfson, a pediatric […] More

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    Holiday Recipe – Cranberry Orange Pear Sauce

    Add a little extra flavor to your festivity saucers this year! Drizzle this Cranberry Orange Pear Sauce, putting a flavorful turn on traditional cranberry sauce. Happy, healthful eating and is very well! ingredients 12 oz fresh cranberries 2 ripe pears, peeled, cored and diced 1 cup orange juice zest of 1/2 an orange 1/4 goblet […] More

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    How to Launch a Diversity and Inclusion Initiative at Your Small Company

    If your small company has yet to introduce any sort of diversity and inclusion initiatives, it’s missing an opportunity for both business growth, and, more importantly, moral growth. All across the country (and beyond), organizations are taking steps to encourage and ensure equal treatment and opportunities for any and all demographics that may be involved. […] More

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    Podcast: Joking About Suicide: Is It Ever Okay?

    Is it ever OK to joke about mental illness or suicide? In today’s Not Crazy podcast, Gabe and Lisa welcome Frank King, a comedian who’s turned his fights with major recession and suicidal think into comedic material. What do you think? Is joking about suicide too heavy? Or is humor a good coping mechanism? Join […] More

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    Gluten Free S’mores Pie | No Bake Option

    This super easy gluten free s’mores pasty, made as minis or entire, has all the taste of s’mores in a nifty little pie. Because straight up traditional s’mores are( unforgivably) messy. Minis or one single gluten free s’mores tart? When I first made this recipe, I offset it only into miniature pies. My children were […] More

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    Will There Be a Second Stimulus Check? What Is the HEROES Act?

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    Millions of Americans received a direct payment of $1,200 under the first round of COVID-19 related stimulus spending adopted by the federal government. Now, under another piece of legislation, many Americans could be entitled to a second stimulus check. The second round of economic impact payments is a provision under the HEROES Act, a $3 […] More

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    What Does Lennon, Roosevelt and Wonder Have in Common?

    John Lennon, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Stevie Wonder all have a destiny of 6! ” Just because a adult shortcoming the use of his eyes doesn’t mean he shortcoming seeing .” — Stevie Wonder What does John Lennon, Eleanor Roosevelt and Stevie Wonder have in common you might ask? They all have the destiny of 6. […] More

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    Wealth Health Self

    HOW I GOT CURED FROM HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS: God bless Dr Iyoha for his prodigious work in my life, I was diagnosed of HERPES since 2009 and I was taking my drugs, I wasn’t satisfied, i needed to get the HERPES out of my organisation, I was directed by my brother in-law to meet Dr […] More

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    $15 Minimum Wage: How Have SMBs Been Affected?

    The minimum wage is a divisive topic amongst entrepreneurs. Many feel that paying their employees a living wage is not just an ethical thing to do but also makes good business sense. Many others are concerned about whether they could shoulder the expense of boosted wages. From a public policy perspective, it is important to […] More

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    Dating a Cancer Woman

    Cancer Woman Traits The Cancer woman is an emotionally intelligent, affectionate person who, when you fill her, will probably strike you as the epitome of femininity. This isn’t surprising when you remember that she is ruled by the moon, which powers all things feminine and strange. And just like her eternal governor, you may find […] More

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    Can celiac disease affect life expectancy?

    Celiac disease( CD ), triggered by the ingestion of gluten, occurs in parties genetically predisposed to develop the chronic autoimmune condition. During the past few decades, doctors have learned much about how the disease develops, including genetic and other determining factor. However, arising as a result of studies for purposes of determining whether parties with […] More

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    Does Working From Home Save Companies Money?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a light on working environments, particularly the possibilities of working remotely. According to a GetAbstract survey, almost 43% of full-time employees in America want to work remotely even once this crisis has passed, and the economy reopens. But, is this beneficial for companies? Can working from home save companies money? […] More

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