Here you are, cooking for your future in-laws for the very first time. Clearly the meal needs to be perfect, nothing less will suffice. Yet you’ve decided to prepare a challenging dish, where each ingredient needs to be just right for the dish to work. A little too much cayenne,
Post-mortem meetings, which are also called debriefs or retros[pectives], are an essential key to the success of present and future projects. At their best, they can help uncover insights that allow your team to improve your internal processes, streamline your workflows, and find ways to increase your production and the
Hajj Flemings is the founder of Brand Camp University and Rebrand Detroit. In 2011, he was one of eight entrepreneurs selected for the CNN’s Black in America 4: The New Promised Land Silicon Valley documentary with Soledad O’brien. I was thrilled to chat with Hajj recently about design, social impact and civic innovation. What
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This post was originally published on this site Google News – Productivity Like money, productivity gains compound over time. A few minutes gained here and a few minutes gained there add up–particularly if you keep up your efforts. That’s the gist of a recent blog post from Sam Altman, the president of
This post was originally published on this site Google News – Productivity Thanks to technology the worldwide web has opened up vital knowledge resources to many across the globe. While face-to- face education still takes place in-person in physical classrooms, the internet offers an opportunity for those who may not
This post was originally published on this site by Jeremy Gray posted Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 10:30 AM EDT A blurred background is why many photographers choose fast lenses for portraiture. You want to be able to create good separation between your subject and the background to help draw