On the afternoon of Tuesday, March 24th, 2020, the Prime Minister of India, announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown, which was to be effective from the stroke of midnight of that very same day and was to be continued till the next twenty-one days.
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As we forced ourselves to move our work indoors for the pandemic, the concept of work from home is more intensively faced by companies around the world. Initially, there was a lot of conjecture on how smoothly this process could run. Company managers thought about how they would be able to connect and meet client requirements. Team members wondered how they would connect with others for updates on work. The search for remote communication applications heightened.
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In the 21st century, the question is no longer whether technology can improve your business. We instead wonder whether it’s possible to conduct it without a significant helping hand from tech.
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It’s 2019 and the world is moving more into digital space. More and more people are connecting to the Internet, companies, and small and medium business are moving their services and products online in the hopes of getting more millennials, the current largest consumer market, to avail of their services or buy their products.
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There’s a lot of confusion about what exactly Blockchain and Bitcoin are and how they function in the real world. Some people even think the two are synonymous, but they are two unique technologies. However, Bitcoin can’t operate without Blockchain. Bitcoin is the best-known form of cryptocurrency, and Blockchain was created to enable its use and existence.
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ability of human beings to adapt to different situations and come out winning
on the other side is something that has stood us in good stead over ages.
Ever since one of the biggest bubble bursts of our time, the Great Recession of 2008, blindsided us with a huge 8 trillion dollar deficit, we have changed the way we look at work. During the recession, 8.4 million jobs were lost in the US labor market alone. This had a domino effect worldwide with a huge glut of finances and jobs.
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Burnouts have become a collective term for people in demanding jobs. Various factors contribute to having one, but there are always telling signs before the eventual “running out of steam” take place. It does not pick and choose the industry it affects people on. A public school teacher can have a burnout as easily as a divorce and family law expert. The cause is, however, the same; chronic stress.
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When it comes to staying in good shape, it’s only natural that we look to exercise. Exercising is good for both body and mind, and tends to be a very important part of living a healthy life. However, when works gets in the way, it becomes increasingly easy to see exercise as a thing that simply takes up time. If you see exercise as a burden, then you might want to look closer at the benefits.
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Success lies in learning and moving on from mistakes and problems smarter. But as we can all attest: getting over a slump is as hard as waking up when your work is no longer satisfying. Incidentally, hitting a slump is responsible for “not feeling like it anymore,” sounds familiar, right? It happens to the best of us. We go through moments when we lose our mojo. We no longer feel fired up. Our performance slows down, and we become inefficient and ineffective. It is natural, our comfort and safe zones turn into painful ruts, and even that secure job may become boring.
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Marketing and business promotions are not an option for the companies but is an essential business process which cannot be skipped out. Rather than directly planning on increasing the sales of the products and services, the initial attempt is to gain the attention of the audience to conduct the necessary brand awareness. The focus is to bring out the positivity of the brand so that the attention of audiences could be fetched and they could be transformed into the potential customers of the company.
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In a market where famous brands rule, a start-up can have quite the difficult time attracting the attention of the average citizen. While it is a challenge, it is not impossible- all large brands started somewhere. It is also worthy to acknowledge that the small business will not have an extravagant marketing and advertising budget. There are however plenty of free- or inexpensive- ways to have people paying attention to your brand.
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Recent studies indicate that there are more than 800 million active monthly Instagram users around the world and that at least 60 million photos go up on Instagram every day! And, on any given day, there are at least 1.6 billion likes recorded on the site.
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