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The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Accessibility, and How it Can Boost Your Platform

The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Accessibility, and How it Can Boost Your Platform

Making a website accessible means building a platform that maximum people can share and find reliable. That’s why WordPress Accessibility is so crucial.

More than 45.8% of websites across the globe will be powered by WordPress in 2023. The figure was 43.2% in 2022. Whether you want to create a simple or complex website for your business, WordPress can create the most trusted, versatile and user-friendly platform for your business goals… (Read on…)

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Why You Shouldn’t Schedule Meetings Longer than One Hour

Why You Shouldn’t Schedule Meetings Longer than One Hour

People have a hard time attending meetings that are longer than one hour.

Maybe it’s today’s ADD. Or perhaps, it’s just that any meeting that long is a waste of many people’s time.

Either way, there is almost no reason to schedule a meeting for over 60 minutes.

If you do, you’re scheduling more time than is necessary or productive. (Read on…)

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Google Launches Gemini, the AI model It Hopes Will Take Down GPT-4

Google Launches Gemini, the AI model It Hopes Will Take Down GPT-4

Gemini is Google’s latest large language model, which Pichai first teased at the I/O developer conference in June and is now launching to the public. To hear Pichai and Google DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis describe it, it’s a huge leap forward in an AI model that will ultimately affect practically all of Google’s products. “One of the powerful things about this moment,” Pichai says, “is you can work on one underlying technology and… (Read on…)

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Small Businesses File Brief Against California’s Unconstitutional Shutdowns

Small Businesses File Brief Against California’s Unconstitutional Shutdowns

FRESNO, Calif. (Nov. 8, 2023) – NFIB filed an amicus brief in the case Ghost Golf Inc. et al. v. Gavin Newsom at the California Court of Appeal, Fifth Appellate District. The case concerns Governor Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, the government shutdown of businesses ordered during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the separation of powers. (Read on…)

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7 Habits To Live A Healthier Life, Inspired By The World’s Longest-Lived Communities

7 Habits To Live A Healthier Life, Inspired By The World's Longest-Lived Communities

Dan Buettner’s decades-long exploration of centenarians who thrive in the longest-lived communities on Earth is attracting lots of attention.

His new Netflix documentary, Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones, is trending as a top streaming pick…

Compared with Americans, people in Okinawa are about three times more likely to reach their 100th birthday, according to Buettner’s research. (Read on…)

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It’s Not Just You. Linkedin Has Gotten Really Weird.

It's Not Just You. Linkedin Has Gotten Really Weird.

With 950 million members as of July, LinkedIn is poised to soon have a billion users, joining a rarefied three-comma club with the likes of Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. Started in 2003 as little more than an online repository for résumés, the Microsoft-owned behemoth has recently transformed. Not only are there more users to post, but they’re posting much more often. The number of LinkedIn posts grew 41% from 2021 to 2023. But it’s the content of the posts that’s shifted the most,.. (Read on…)

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Oops! I Called My Boss ‘Dude.’ Career Coaches Weigh In On Tricky Workplace Dilemmas

Oops! I Called My Boss 'Dude.' Career Coaches Weigh In On Tricky Workplace Dilemmas

It can be hard to know how to act at work. I want to be my relaxed, authentic self — but sometimes that comes off as way too casual.

For example, I once called my boss “dude.” She’s not that much older than I am, so I slipped into a more laid-back attitude that should probably be reserved for peers. I instantly felt like… (Read on…)

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Need More Energy? Try These 5 Foods Full of Vitamin B12.

Need More Energy? Try These 5 Foods Full of Vitamin B12.

Did you know vitamin B12 is often called “the energy vitamin”? Not only is vitamin B12 pivotal in keeping your blood and nerve cells healthy, but it’s also involved in making DNA – meaning it’s literally part of the material that makes up every single cell of your body. So, when you hear health professionals say vitamin B12 is kind of a big deal, we mean it! 

Now, there may be a “magic pill” for what seems like everything these days, including vitamin B12, but buyer beware… (Read on…)

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7 Nutrient Deficiencies That May Lead to Low Energy—And the Best Foods for Bringing Your Battery Back to Life

7 Nutrient Deficiencies That May Lead to Low Energy—And the Best Foods for Bringing Your Battery Back to Life

It may be normalized to complain of low energy, but chronically low energy levels are certainly not normal and there may be a nutrient deficiency causing fatigue. While specific nutrient deficiencies are associated with low energy, you’ll want to consider whether or not you… (Read on…)

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33 Fitness Tips For Busy People

33 Fitness Tips For Busy People

Staying on top of your fitness can be tricky. We all know it’s great for body and mind, releasing endorphins and boosting our confidence and self-esteem. But, it can also take up precious time. When it comes to work, family and season 2 of The Bear, who has time for that 7 am circuit class? Or that Sunday morning spin session?

To help you not only make those classes but include fitness hacks in your everyday life, we’ve put together the ultimate list of fitness tips. (Read on…)

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6 Things You Should Never Do on a Plane, According to a Former Flight Attendant

6 Things You Should Never Do on a Plane, According to a Former Flight Attendant

It’s no secret that being a flight attendant is no easy task. From long hours and days away from home to potential delays and unruly passengers, it takes a special type of person to survive and thrive on the job. Cabin crew training is intense and can take months to complete, and covers everything from food hygiene and incident reporting to fire fighting, terrorism awareness, and even how to deliver a baby. But many cabin crew claim that the trickiest and most challenging part of their days involves customer service: dealing with passenger requests, worries, nerves, and… (Read on…)

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Best Business Books of All Time

Best Business Books of All Time

Reading great business books is one of the most cost-effective methods to become a whip-smart business person. As business book editors, we read a lot of books — and this curated book list is to bring you the best choices.

Indeed, reading top-notch business books is a smart investment of time and money. As business book editors, we’ve navigated the sea of literature to distill the most potent wisdom and strategies for you. This list will guide you towards making the right choices in the business landscape. (Read on…)

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Fear and Entrepreneurship: The Psychology of What Scares Us

Fear and Entrepreneurship: The Psychology of What Scares Us

Your stomach ties itself into a knot and your heart races nowhere as your mind sorts through every conceivable worst case scenario. We call it “fear” and our instincts scream for us to avoid whatever source it stems from. But as irrational as it often is, as silly as it sometimes seems when you witness it in others, fear is something we have to continually confront throughout our lives. Entrepreneurs especially—so steeped in uncertainty as they are—have to learn how to live with fear if they want to go far. Because perhaps the scariest thing about fear is how it

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