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6 Top Reasons Why Companies Fly Private

No matter what is happening in the world executives must still be able to carry on their work as usual, and it’s imperative this happens as time is money. Now more than ever, safety is a feature for any business, securing human capital is critical, no matter how smart computers are without top-class…

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Three Ways Leaders Can Use Resonance to Navigate Upheaval

A hospital system CEO scrambles to find personnel for extra Covid shifts one month and has to layoff other employees a month later. The CEO of a consultancy firm hosts soul-searching webinars to eradicate racism in their own company and those they advise. In our own work at the Institute for Zen Lea…

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Fascinating Places To Visit In Ireland

Ireland is filled with an incredible wealth of places that are sure to fascinate you every time. Despite having a small size, Ireland boasts of many exciting placesto visit for the wanderlusts. As much of the Irish population are concentrated around the cities, the nation has a lot of free spaces fo…

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The Benefits Of A Career As A Nurse

Are you thinking about becoming a nurse? The nursing profession is one quite unlike any other, and there are many benefits to becoming a nurse. While it certainly is demanding, challenging, and at times upsetting, it can also provide incredible job satisfaction, and many nurses see their profession …

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Are European Citizens Dangerous Drivers? New Survey Reveals

European citizens drive less dangerously and are kinder while driving, according to the annual Vinci Autoroutes barometer released recently. Dangerous behaviors are still very common among the European regions: 88% of drivers in 12 European countries surveyed by Ipsos admitted that they violated – a…

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The Current State Of The Yacht Sales Market

As anticipated, there was a drop in sales and value due to the pandemic. The lockdown in key yachting hubs on both sides of the Atlantic, travel restrictions and the general market sentiment put several sales transactions on hold, with some buyers waiting to finalize the yacht sales process and othe…

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The Pandemic: Bonfire of the Vanities on Steroids

Those of us who were not born with iPhones remember this book by Thomas Wolf, and younger folks may have seen the movie. The story is one of a fall from privilege and grace of Sherman (Tom Hanks in the movie) – a bond trader in Manhattan during the roaring 80’s – who along with […]

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CEO Coaching International Congratulates Client RecorGroup on Recognition as a Top Place to Work

MIAMI, Fla., June 15, 2020 — CEO Coaching International, the leading firm coaching over 200 of the world’s top growth-focused entrepreneurs, congratulates its client RecorGroup on earning the title of one of the Top Places to Work in Idaho.

The list, unveiled in May, only included a total of 50 …

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How To Install The Rust Programming Language On Linux

Rust was developed by Mozilla, originally released on July 7, 2010, and designed for highly concurrent and safe systems. The syntax of Rust is similar to C and C++, with blocks of code delimited by curly braces (). The emphasis of Rust is safety, control of memory layout, and concurrency. Rust is cu…

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Why Now is the Best Time to Get an Online MBA

MBAs in general have been getting a lot of flak over the last few years, but you’d have a hard time finding someone who downgrades them now. People are now realizing how fragile the supply chain can be, and those who don’t have the proper set of fundamentals are having a real hard time adapting. […]…

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Five Ways Philanthropists Can Turn Adversity into Opportunity

Nobody ever chooses the hard road, but it has a way of finding us. And when it does, sometimes the only choice we have is in how we respond. Interestingly, we never know exactly what we’re capable of until we’re tested. So, especially for philanthropists and other change makers, during this new worl…

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The 5 Universities in Uruguay That Are Among The Worldҳ Best, 2020

This post was originally published on this siteUruguay is one of the most welcoming countries in Latin America. Its reputation stems from its amenability to accepting diversity and allowing it to thrive. Over here, you will find people freely expressing their identities and participating in …

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Why Authentic Leadership DoesnҴ Always Work?

This post was originally published on this siteMany leaders simply manage and it is the opposite. Leadership falls into the functions of management and is at the core of being a great manager. Without great leadership a manager is stagnant only concerned for the status-quo. Leadership, being…

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Countries Where Consumers Avoid Stores Due To Coronavirus, 2020

This post was originally published on this siteInternet users in specific countries all over the world tend to avoid crowded places due to the coronavirus threat. Instead, they make their purchases using online services. According to a March 2020 YouGov survey, 85% of internet users in China…

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The United States ranks 35th in child prosperity, 2020 rankings

This post was originally published on this siteThe United States was ranked as the 35th best country in the world for a child to be born in, according to the CEOWORLD magazine’s child prosperity index 2020. The child prosperity index ranked 180 countries on two measures of child prosperity: …

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These Are The 15 Fastest-Growing Cities In The World (2020-2035)

This post was originally published on this siteThe 15 fastest-growing cities in the world, all located in Africa, are projected to almost double their populations by 2035. The No. 1 spot goes to Bujumbura in Burundi, according to the report, Bujumbura’s estimated population in 2020 was 1,013…

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5 Things You Should Know About the Life-changing College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT) in South Korea

This post was originally published on this siteMany countries administer a nationwide entrance exam for future college students, and one of them is South Korea. College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT), locally known as Suneung, is a prestigious standardized test that is accepted by local univ…

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CEO Spotlight: Omeed Malik, Founder and CEO of Farvahar Partners

This post was originally published on this siteOmeed Malik is the founder and CEO of Farvahar Partners, a boutique investment company that provides partner capital to growing businesses, while also assisting their clients with service such as advisorship, investment banking, and capital rais…

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How to use surveys to get project buy-in

This post was originally published on this siteGetting everyone to accept a project can be a challenge. Surveys can help build interest and get ideas. https://coo.systems/how-to-use-surveys-to-get-project-buy-in/

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Revealed: The best (and worst) countries in the world for raising a child, 2020

This post was originally published on this siteThe best (and worst) countries in the world to raise a child have been revealed by the U.S. News Report – and the United States does not feature in the top 10. Denmark was hailed as the best country to start a family, while Sweden and Norway pla…

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