Posted 11/18/14 at 3:46 PM | Brian Wallace
Posted 11/17/14 at 1:30 AM | Sylvie Simms
When you buy a car, you want it to last. You have invested a lot in your vehicle from the moment you purchase it, which is why it is so important to invest a little bit more to keep it on the road. If you would like your car to last for years, you will want to know these secrets to car longevity.
The best way to keep your car on the road for years to come is to do regular maintenance on it. Preventing problems before they occur will keep your car running, as well as save you money in the long run. You will also want to drive your car with care. Aggressive driving can really wear on your car, causing it to need more maintenance and work to keep it on the road.
By taking your car in for regular maintenance and by driving your car with care, you will keep your vehicle driving for years to come. The following infographic gives you even more details on how you can make your car live a long life.
Posted 11/14/14 at 9:57 AM | Phil Cooke
Life can throw us a lot of curves. Our childhood, our parents, physical challenges, early experiences on the job, all indelibly imprint us with bad behaviors that are hard to shake. A woman abused as a child, a man whose father told him he’d never amount to much, a person who lives with insecurity. Big or small, they damage our relationships, the quality of our work, and our chances for success. But there are three specific personality “quirks” that really set people back from achieving all they could become in life. I’m not a psychologist, and don’t have all the answers for fixing these problems, but I’ve discovered that if we can take a frank look at ourselves, and at least recognize the limiting behaviors, it helps us get started on the road to freedom. FULL POST
Posted 11/14/14 at 3:52 AM | Sylvie Simms
With fraudsters using more and more sophisticated methods every day, what steps do organizations need to take in order to stay ahead? According to our 2014 Fraud report, the rise in the amount of suspected fraud from 2013 to 2014 was significant, with 87 percent of survey respondents reporting they had experienced suspected fraud over the last 12 months, up from two-thirds in 2013. Understanding fraud targets allows an organization to discover and respond to potential threats, ensuring that legitimate customers get in and fraud stays out. There are three major trends that were apparent in this year’s fraud report:
1. Fraudsters continue to target web applications.
2. Credit, debit, and prepaid card fraud remains a major concern.
3. Small dollar fraud prevails.
By addressing any weaknesses and enhancing the capabilities of a fraud prevention program using dynamic identity verification methods, an organization can effectively detect fraud and prevent it from taking place. Now is the time to act in order to protect customers and ensure that transactions process smoothly. Identity verification and fraud prevention technology solutions are a great way to ensure compliance with regulations, increase customer acquisition, and drive revenue. Click the below image to download a copy of our 2014 Fraud Report Trends Infographic for more details!
Posted 11/13/14 at 12:15 AM | Sylvie Simms
Each year when the holidays approach, Alaska transforms into the Christmas capital of the United States. See what Alaska has in store for you thisChristmas!
Posted 11/12/14 at 11:13 PM | Sylvie Simms
http://www.advancedbionutritionals.com/Articles/Infographics/Advanced-Adrenal-Factor.htm - About 80% of people deal with adrenal fatigue at some point. In order to learn what you can do to handle this medical issue and lessen symptoms, refer to the infographic from Advanced Bionutritionals.
Posted 11/12/14 at 12:03 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://decorusrealty.com/florida-quarterly-market-summary-q2 - According to the latest quarterly market summary, Florida’s real estate is on the rise. There are more active listings and the average cost of homes is steadily rising, reflecting strong investment opportunities in the market. Learn more how the Florida market is developing in this infographic.
Posted 11/11/14 at 3:43 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://www.rentnational.com/construction_theft.aspx - Theft from construction sites can pose a serious problem and delay projects from moving forward. Find out what you can do to prevent theft of machinery, equipment, tools, and more by referring to the infographic from National Construction Rentals.
Posted 11/10/14 at 12:19 PM | Phil Cooke
Work is hard. It’s hard for me, it’s hard for you, and pretty much everybody else. So when I encounter someone who’s constantly complaining about their job, how difficult life is, or how busy they are, I tend to start ignoring them. It’s not that I’m a jerk, it’s that I find far too many people who try to impress us with how many balls they’re juggling, how difficult their job is, and how their schedule is just crammed too full. Novelist Richard Ford said something similar about writers:
“Beware of writers who tell you how hard they work. (Beware of anybody who tries to tell you that.) Writing is indeed often dark and lonely, but no one really has to do it. Yes, writing can be complicated, exhausting, isolating, abstracting, boring, dulling, briefly exhilarating; it can be made to be grueling and demoralizing. And occasionally it can produce rewards. But it’s never as hard as, say, piloting an L-1011 into O’Hare on a snowy night in January, or doing brain surgery when you have to stand up for 10 hours straight, and once you start you can’t just stop. If you’re a writer, you can stop anywhere, any time, and no one will care or ever know. Plus, the results might be better if you do.” FULL POST