Monday, July 4, 2022
4 Types of Entrepreneurs: How to Know Which Type You Are

4 Types of Entrepreneurs: How to Know Which Type You Are

Your thoughts, experience, and career trajectory seem to be moving you toward various types of entrepreneurship, yet you wonder if you’re cut out for it. True, the potential rewards are great, personally and financially, but the pitfalls give you pause. You may already know that more than nine of every ten new businesses fail...
Balancing Life and Work As a Working Mother (Go-to Guide)

Balancing Life and Work As a Working Mother (Go-to Guide)

“Working mother.” That title is loaded with ideals, pressure, misconceptions, and expectations. Everyone has an opinion about working mothers, and it would be nice to say that the only opinion that matters is yours if you’re a working mother. But life just isn’t that easy. So...
5 Strategies to Plan Ahead of a Business Crisis

5 Strategies to Plan Ahead of a Business Crisis

Today, more than two years after the global onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems many businesses are finally starting to see the light (or at least more light) at the end of the tunnel. Many of them have faced a business crisis and somehow managed to survive...
Online Dating as a Single Parent: How to Get Responses

Online Dating as a Single Parent: How to Get Responses

Picture this: You’ve been having a great time getting to know someone you matched with on Hinge, and the conversation seems to be flowing well. Then, you mention you have kids, and now your match seems to be taking longer than usual to get back to you...
Think Like Elon Musk With First Principles Thinking

Think Like Elon Musk With First Principles Thinking

First Principles Thinking or reasoning from first principles is one of the best strategies to use for breaking down complex problems and coming up with original solutions. It’s also one of the best ways to learn the art of thinking clearly. Reasoning from first thinking has been used for years by many successful people such
7 Home Office Organizers Every Remote Worker Must Have

7 Home Office Organizers Every Remote Worker Must Have

Maintaining the tidiness of your home office can promote increased productivity and concentration. Proper organization can also minimize anxiety, whether from procrastination or disorganization. Everyone needs a dedicated workspace to make workflow streamlined and efficient, from your documents to any cables and cords. Searching under your papers for a pen isn’t exactly the ideal use
17 Family Game Night Ideas To Bond With Your Kids

17 Family Game Night Ideas To Bond With Your Kids

Looking to plan an epic family game night that will bring the family together rather than induce moaning and groaning? All it takes is a little planning and you will have a new tradition that everyone will look forward to while building essential life skills. Family game night offers more than just some fun time
Multitasking: Is It Good And Can You Actually Master It?

Multitasking: Is It Good And Can You Actually Master It?

For a moment, think about how many errands you juggle around in a day. From the moment you wake up till you lay your head on the pillow at night, you deal with a multitude of things, from helping kids with their homework to doing your office work at home...
5 Conversations To Have With Your Partner Before Marriage

5 Conversations To Have With Your Partner Before Marriage

Like everything in life, change and evolution happens over time—and marriage isn’t exempted from that change. Married couples face many challenges these days that previous generations never had to face. Just the recent developments in technology add a factor that influences relationships and marriage today. Because of these developments...
How To Help Your Children With Anxiety (Do’s and Don’ts)

How To Help Your Children With Anxiety (Do’s and Don’ts)

Anxiety to many is the all-encompassing term to describe being nervous, but for those with a specific anxiety disorder, it can be a debilitating fear of a thing or situation that does not pose a real threat. The overuse of the word in our daily lives can make understanding the disorder confusing for our children