Flow – that uninterrupted working time of productivity and creativity. Many of us have experienced it at one point or another, but struggle to experience it consistently or regularly. Instead most of our working lives are spent trapped between deadlines and distractions.
Check out the infograph below to find some ways to avoid distractions and achieve that elusive Flow.
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Have you tried any of these methods? What has worked for you?
There are about 16,500 people groups around the world each with it’s own culture or subculture defining and describing it’s members in unique ways. One such way that cultures differ around the world is how they attach meanings to colors.
Did you know that the color Black represents death in North America but more often represents celebration in Asia?
Did you know that success is Green in Africa but Red in Japan?
Check out the infographic below to find out more about color in different cultures around the world.
This infographic was designed by AlwaysWithHonor.com and David McCandless. It is used under the license: CC BY-NC-3.0.
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In the comments below, what surprised you most from the Colors in Culture infographic?
The ease of using the internet for all our work and responsibilities like work, banking, socializing, sharing information, etc. has allowed many of us to become lethargic, apathetic, or ignorant when it comes to internet safety. 12.6 million Americans were hacked and had their personal information stolen last year. Carelessness and/or ignorance can lead you to being one of those victims.
Check out the infographic below to understand why you need to be keenly aware of what you’re doing on the internet and how to protect yourself from hackers, snoops, and potential identity thieves.
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