Tag: reading


Speed Reading 101: How to Read Faster

On average, a person reads around 250 words per minute, but if that same person learns the art of speed reading, then the amount of words read per minute can be doubled. However, the question we have to ask is why go to the trouble of learning how to read more quickly? Well, firstly, one…

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Become a Minimalist: 10 Blogs You’ve Gotta Check out

Why minimalism? When it comes to web design, it’s often the case that less is more. This is also the case for other everyday decisions. If you don’t need to make something complicated, why do it? Minimalism can save you time, and if you are a web designer, graphic designer, freelancer, or a business owner,…

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Mind Read: What Your Customers Wish You Knew About Them

Large corporations spend millions of dollars analyzing customers in a bid to understand what motivates them to buy their products. Typically, that analysis involves a third-party marketing company, one that that attempts to gauge, analyze and develop one or more reports extrapolated from that data. However, when it comes down to it, your customers really…

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13 Reasons You’re Not Successful [Infographic]

For over 16+ years, Jim Kukral has helped small businesses and large companies like Fedex, Sherwin Williams, and Ernst & Young understand how to: Innovate new products and services that could positively change your business bottom line Attract first-class publicity that actually means something and gives an ROI Make more profits with less work Build…

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Are Phablets Here To Stay?

CES revealed that a not so new mobile technology could very well be the next step in our technological evolution. Phablets (Phone-Tablet) have been around for a while, the most notable being Samsung’s Galaxy Note in 2011. Being one of the biggest supporters of these 5+ inch phones, Samsung released a second version of its…

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