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Posted 4/27/16 at 4:19 AM | Sylvie Simms

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Selling Complete Process Plants on Your Own vs. Using IPP

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Posted 4/23/16 at 3:40 AM | Lena Burkut

Failure in Endeavors does not Indicate Lack of Talent

Every person in life has certain goals and engages in various endeavors to make his or her life worthwhile and fulfilling. While many people succeed in their endeavors, there are a few who fail. Sometimes, these people are tarnished as being untalented or less talented. Is that true? No!

If facts are to be believed, the most successful today have tasted failure, some time or the other in their lives. There failures were not reminiscent of their lack of talent. These did not hinder their self confidence in any way. Instead, they saw these as valuable lessons and worked around these to succeed.

What this indicates is that a failure should never be seen as a lack of talent. In fact, most people who fail have loads of talent. But, there are some other reasons that could be instrumental in their failure. Wondering what these are? Take a look.

Fear of Failure
Many a times, a fear of failure hovers over person and fills him or her with self doubt. So, when they venture out to achieve their goals, they are constantly bogged by these doubts and are constantly thinking about other’s reactions if they fail. This fear is what ultimately gets to them and actually comes true. FULL POST

Posted 4/21/16 at 3:29 AM | Sylvie Simms

Higher Education Process Automation | Colleges and universities are receiving less state funding, but are spending an increasing amount of money and resources on administrative tasks. Process automation can free up personnel and funds currently devoted to routine bureaucratic tasks, allowing money to flow into instruction and research.

Posted 4/19/16 at 8:55 AM | Sylvie Simms

How To Protect Your Car From Sun Damage | The hot summer sun can do plenty of damage to your vehicle if you don't take the proper precautions. Find out how to prevent your car from harmful UV rays at

Posted 4/19/16 at 8:37 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Growing Gig Economy | The gig economy is a workforce in which full-time staff is less common than temporary positions for short term engagements like independent contractors, seasonal employees, and workers on short term projects such as live event. Over the next few years, it is anticipated that 40% of all workers will be short-term employees only.

Technology and automation are helping the gig economy grow because it allows Event Service organizations to simplify the process of hiring, scheduling and managing the crew they need. Industry professionals also rely on technology to assist with meeting compliance goals and provide in-depth data and analytics that lead to better business decisions.

Posted 4/11/16 at 5:52 AM | Sylvie Simms

Advantages of Reusable Healthcare Textiles | Reusable textiles in healthcare can help keep costs down and improve patient care, and they're also great for the environment. Get the facts at

Posted 4/11/16 at 4:43 AM | Sylvie Simms

Updating Your Home Décor for 2016 | Interior design and home décor play an integral role in our mood and level of comfort. Find out what you can do to change things up without spending a ton.

Posted 4/10/16 at 8:27 PM | Chris Fedorcek

Organizational Stewardship - 7 Keys to Success

When you hear the word “stewardship” what comes to mind? For many, whether in ministry or the secular marketplace, this word evokes the idea of using one’s talents wisely and effectively. For others, you may be thinking about money. Recently I began to look at this word in a different light and in relation to organizational leadership and development.

According to Merriam-Webster, stewardship is defined as “the activity or job of protecting and being responsible for something.” Every team member, regardless of title or position on the org chart, is called to be organizational steward. Rather than defining ourselves by a title, we should simply look at ourselves as stewards. At the end of the day, you have been strategically and purposefully placed in the organization in which you serve. For some, this season may short in duration, for others it may be longer in duration. Either way, as stewards we are called to manage what has been entrusted to us, and each of us needs to take this perspective when looking at your organization. There should never be a situation where a team member is simply working for the paycheck. Every team member should serve with a passion to protect and grow the organization as if they birthed it themselves. FULL POST

Posted 4/5/16 at 4:36 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Process of Repainting A Home | Learn more about how to prepare your home for a paint job, the process of getting it painted, and how to maintain the newly applied paint.

Posted 4/1/16 at 2:38 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Benefits of Residential Deck Coating | Protecting your outdoor deck comes with many advantages, including increased safety, better home resale value, and much more.

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