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Beth Burgess is a personal and professional development and effectiveness expert, working as a solution-focused coach, speaker and trainer. As a freelance writer, she focuses on helping others to achieve happy lives and healthy, effective mindsets at home and at work. She is the author of two books, and runs workshops on subjects such as stress, assertiveness and communication. Beth's services and Beth's profile

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9 months ago

Life Hacks

Top 5 Reasons Startups Fail: Startup Study Reveals All

The startup scene is not unacquainted with failure. It is largely an accepted part of entrepreneurship that most startup founders will begin a few firms that do not succeed. In fact, failure can be a great way of learning how to do things better. It’s preferable that someone else goes there first, and makes the…

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11 months ago

Life Hacks

9 Life Lessons Most People Don’t Learn Until It’s Too Late

Most people go though their lives without really stopping to think about the way they want to live. Then, as they get older, they may look back with regret and wish they could have done things a little differently. Here are some positive life lessons you should learn as soon as you can, so you…

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11 months ago

Startup Advice

9 Signs Your Startup Idea Sucks

1. Everybody Hates It There is a fine line between genius and madness. Lots of ideas that were once dismissed as trivial, silly, unrealistic, or unworkable later became essential fixtures in our daily lives. Airplanes, light-bulbs, Google, and Amazon all had critics who were proved completely wrong. But if a multitude of people tell you…

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11 months ago

Brain Hacks

10 Ways to Keep Your Cool Under Pressure

When the pressure is mounting, at work or at home, it’s sometimes easy to panic. But learning how to stay calm under pressure has a whole host of benefits. Keeping your cool will help you to deal with challenges more effectively and solve problems more wisely, as well as making you feel better within yourself….

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11 months ago

Brain Hacks

10 Brain Hacks for Learning More Quickly

The brain is good at learning, but it usually needs a lot of repetition to make new knowledge stick permanently. If we remembered everything we ever glanced at, there would be no room for storing anything important. When you consciously want to retain information, you need to “tell” your brain that this is vital information…

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11 months ago

Brain Hacks

How to Motivate Yourself to Do Tasks You Hate

At times, whether at home or work, we all have to do things that we don’t like doing. In order to live productively and get on professionally, we need to accomplish things that don’t seem like much fun. But there are ways of turning dull, boring or demanding chores into tasks we’re much keener to…

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11 months ago

Startup Advice

6 Startup Catastrophes – and How to Avoid Making the Same Mistakes

It is normal for entrepreneurs to have a few unsuccessful startups before striking gold; without failure, there would be no success. Certain startup flops are particularly memorable, because they seemed so close to nailing it, only to fail quite catastrophically. These startups impressed investors and raised large amounts of capital, only to make disastrous mistakes…

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12 months ago

Startup Advice

8 Habits That Will Get Your Startup More Business

Excellence is not an act, but a habit, according to Aristotle. This applies to business as well. You can’t expect to get great success by doing one great thing. That’s why it’s important to make a habit of regularly doing things that will support your business goals. Getting more business and sales is not necessarily…

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12 months ago

Startup

5 Powerful Lessons From Famous Startups

Build Your Business Skills – LinkedIn LinkedIn was pretty much destined to become successful. The founder had spent time building up a wealth of experience and skills that would enable him to create the perfect startup. At college, founder Reid Hoffman decided that he wanted to make an impact on the world, and thought entrepreneurship…

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1 year ago

Social Media

9 Types of Twitter Follower – and How to Treat Them

There are several types of social media users in the Twittersphere. Some ‘tweeps’ will be helpful to you, while others will waste your time. Knowing Twitter users’ quirks and traits can show you their likely motives. When you know how they operate, and why, you can work with your followers more effectively. Use this guide…

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