You’ve all heard this particular bit of advice on positivity along with all the clichés about silver linings and half-full glasses. It is quite easy to tell someone to be positive but what really matters is the thinking behind it. You can repeat ‘Be positive’ until you’re blue in the face and you can still be bitter and negative about everything. Instead, every time you have a negative thought or attitude, ask yourself why and argue with your negative side. With time, you will automatically question every negative thought.
I was asked to evaluate a specific manager in a mid-sized company and it didn't take long to figure out the problem. His rise to a position of leadership wasn't much different than why most organizations promote people. He was a great performer who had provided a lot of value to his organization. As a result and to incentivize his loyalty, he was promoted. In the years after, the indicators that his team had fallen behind became clear.
Aargh! Yet another G? And, just after we have just come to terms with LTE! So, what is this 5G? What is so special about it? First, let us take a lookback at the timeline of cellular network technology. 0G was the era of the analog radiotelephone. 1G introduced the world to mobile phones. 2G kick-started mobile revolution and allowed users to digitally text one another. 3G transported mobile phone users online for the first time. 4G supplied faster speeds that you and I enjoy today.
What is a virtual assistant? How do virtual assistants work? Virtual assistants typically operate from a home office, but they have access to all business documents and strategies. A virtual assistant (VA) is a powerful tool that has come to the rescue of businesses, especially startups and small businesses struggling with having an excellent online presence.
Over the last few years, the wants and needs of consumers have taken a definite turn in the direction of customization. E-commerce companies, everywhere, are slowly discovering the value of offering customization along with the enormous potential that goes with it.
According to statistics, the worldwide user base of AR and VR games is expected to grow to 216 million users and will be worth 11.6 billion U.S. dollars by 2025.
How do you know when it’s time to give up? When does an idea go from focused hits to achieve a breakthrough to pointless hammering at an unbreakable wall? When does it make sense to keep going and when is it better to walk away?