I’ve always wanted to visit the Consumer Electronics Show, but I believe there are restrictions on the general public from wandering around. Because of that, kindof have to take someone else’s word for what is cool vs. not cool. Here’s one author’s opinion…
I’m a techie at heart, so I tend to gravitate towards new gadgets. I must say that I am considerably more hesitant to get attached to Alexa, or Google Home, or Siri, as the news leaking out about how much conversation is recorded, even when the machine isn’t being asked to do anything.
That said, it is still neat technology.
Perhaps it means we have too many news outlets, perhaps it means that I have too much time on my hands, but either way Kylie Jenner has been overtaken by an egg.
Ok, the pushing of the boundaries in transportation is cool. No idea if it will ever pay off financially, but the innovation in space exploration and ground (or underground) transportation in the last 10 years (arbitrary range, don’t correct me ) is amazing.
We always do our best to focus on the needs of our customers, hopefully on occassion, doing it before they are aware of their own needs. Here’s some tips from the Harvard Business Review on how to build that kind of culture.
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Once the political mail season has settled down in November, check and see if you have 50 or more to send in, let us know and we’ll send you a pre-paid UPS label to ship them to us.
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I’ve done a few public speeches, and although I don’t consider myself an expert, I’m not generally afraid of them, but a few tips to calm the nerves probably is a good thing … https://hbr.org/2018/07/how-to-cure-your-dread-of-public-speaking
I get the idea that those that telecommute have more difficulties with loneliness on the job. Perhaps these tips will help. https://www.fastcompany.com/90207080/six-emotionally-intelligent-habits-to-make-work-less-lonely?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeeds
Too lazy to see if that is the actual quote from Stuart Smalley vintage of Saturday Night Live, but it is likely close Here are some other ideas for boosting your confidence… https://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/317242?utm_source=feedly&utm_medium=webfeeds