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    1. How Technology in Pet Care is Moving Forward

      How Technology in Pet Care is Moving Forward

      This is a fascinating article that we thought we would share. It's called How Technology Is Changing The Pet Care Industry.

      It has some interesting insights on the use of technology in the pet care industry. Here's a short excerpt:

      Pet owners want the best for their loved companions. And pet industry businesses want to make sure they are capitalizing on the latest market trends. 

      Take a look at the rest of the article for some specific examples and for more context...

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    2. Make Sure You Avoid These Mistakes Before You Try to Change Things Up in Your Compnay

      Make Sure You Avoid These Mistakes Before You Try to Change Things Up in Your Compnay

      Here's an interesting article from Forbes' Tendayi Viki. Its called Five Mistakes Intrapreneurs Make When Trying to Change Their Companies.

      It shares some eye-opening perspectives. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Most intrapreneurs have no credibility for driving any successful innovation inside their companies. So I recommend that they start small by working with early adopters on innovation projects. Only when they have some early wins and credibility within their company will they be able to influence leaders.

      For more insights like these, take a look at the rest of the article...

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    3. The Duchess of Sussex is Flexing All Her Game-Changing Female Friends in Vogues September Issue

      The Duchess of Sussex is Flexing All Her Game-Changing Female Friends in Vogues September Issue

      Thought we would share this interesting piece from CNN. It's called Meghan is Guest Editing British Vogue - And She's Bringing a Supergroup of Leading Women With Her.

      It's a fascinating look into the whole process. Here's one of the intriguing excerpts:

      From the very beginning, we talked about the cover - whether she would be on it or not. In the end, she felt that it would be in some ways a 'boastful' thing to do for this particular project. She wanted, instead, to focus on the women she admires

      To learn more about the project, give ...

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    4. How Focusing Solely on What They Do Best Saved Booktopia from Being Gobbled Up by Amazon in Australia

      How Focusing Solely on What They Do Best Saved Booktopia from Being Gobbled Up by Amazon in Australia

      Found this article from Fully Loaded. It's called Booktopia: Done by the Book.

      It has some interesting insights. In it, Tony Nash, CEO of Booktopia says in this interesting quote:

      I think the most important is that my ego. The idea of being successful and running a large company as a youngster and who that made me and how I think about today, which is neutral, a zero emotion, has probably been the biggest difference.

      It has other fascinating words of wisdom from the CEO so do give the rest of the article a read.

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    5. Simple Nudges That'll Help You Save More

      Simple Nudges That'll Help You Save More

      Saving can be difficult. This article from CNBC, however, aims to help. It's called Trick Yourself Into Better Money Management. No Budget, No Spreadsheets Required.

      It shares some interesting ways to trick yourself into spending less. Little nudges like these are just fascinating:

      Simply writing out your expenses in a monthly calendar as you go is a very eye-opening exercise, even if you aren’t formally following any rules or budgets.

      Take a look at the rest of this article to learn more of these simple nudges to help you save more so you can invest more...

       

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    6. How to Ace Your Psychometric Tests

      How to Ace Your Psychometric Tests

      Found this interesting article on the blog page of Kaizen Recruitment. It's called The Psychometric Test - What is It? Why Do Employers Use It? How to Prepare for It?

      It shares some fascinating insights. Here's one of them:

      Simply put a psychometric test or assessment is a standard and scientific method used to measure an individual's mental capabilities, behavioural style and ability to perform the job. From my experience the test typically assesses abstract, numerical, verbal ability and personality profiling (cultural fit). Importantly, the candidates’ overall ‘fit’ should be considered not just in regard to the role ...

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    7. What You Should Know Before You Even Start Your Import/Export Business

      What You Should Know Before You Even Start Your Import/Export Business

      We found this article from Finder and thought that we would share it. It's called 7 Tips for Australian Import/Export Businesses.

      It has a great list of things to learn before you even start your import/export business. Here they all are:

      1. Licensing and legal requirements
      2. Learn the logistics
      3. Making overseas payments
      4. Calculate costs
      5. Lock in exchange rates
      6. Open multi-currency accounts
      7. Get expert help and advice

      Take a look at the rest of the article to learn about each of them in-depth...

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    8. Women Aren't Adopting Digital Banks

      Women Aren't Adopting Digital Banks

      Thought we would share this interesting piece from Your Money Blog. It's called Why Do Challenger Banks Have a Female Problem?

      It's by financial journalist and blogger Iona Bain. In it, she shares some fascinating insights like this one:

      The gender gap in challenger bank awareness has complex and varied causes. One major factor to consider is that men are more likely to be “early adopters” than women, latching onto new technology quicker. Women are doubly disadvantaged when it comes to fintech because they have also been left behind in the world of tech, both as consumers and ...

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    9. How To Not Go Crazy While Building Your Business at Home

      How To Not Go Crazy While Building Your Business at Home

      It can be tough when you're working at home with the kids running loose. But, it doesn't have to be. Here's an interesting piece from Outside the Box Mom that'll help keep your sanity while building your business from the comfort of your own home. It's called 5 Sanity Saving Tips Every Mompreneur Needs.

      Here's a fascinating excerpt:

      “You have to make family a part of your business,” says Lauren Thom, who founded the New Orleans-based clothing brand Fleurty Girl. “I’ve always considered my kids to be my board of directors, whether we ...

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    10. How to Take Better Aim with Your Targeted Copy

      How to Take Better Aim with Your Targeted Copy

      Creating an effective targetted content campaign can be difficult to craft. Luckily, we found this article from Social Media Today. It's called How to Write Digital Marketing Copy Which Attracts the Right Customers.

      It's a fascinating piece that we thought we would share here. Here's an insightful excerpt:

      Ask yourself - are there really Believers who will buy what I’m selling? Sometimes, it doesn’t matter how brilliantly written your copy is - if your product isn’t built for Believers, they won’t buy.

      The rest of the article has a lot to say so check it ...

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    11. How Castor Oil Help in Hormone Balance

      How Castor Oil Help in Hormone Balance

      Stumbled upon this interesting article from Hormones & Balance. It's called Castor Oil Packs for Hormonal Balance.

      In it, Magdalena Wszelaki shares some fascinating perspectives. Here's a thought-provoking one:

      Castor oil has shown to improve levels of the ever important cleansing molecule glutathione. Glutathione carries out toxins, byproducts of plastics, BPA (remember, don’t carry your food or oils in plastic, EVER!) and estrogens out of the body.

       Take a look at the rest of the article as it has other points...

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    12. Going with Small Publishers

      Going with Small Publishers

      If you've been trying to publish your first-ever work of fiction without success, you're not alone. Even the most well-known authors of today went through the same trials.

      Here's an article that shares some interesting points on the subject. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Smaller houses like Deep Vellum have no problem working directly with writers. Writers without an agent can submit directly to smaller presses, and even partner with them to publish their work and gain representation. 

      If you want to learn more about why smaller publishers like Deep Vellum might be the best way to ...

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    13. This New Pre-Fab Home Design is Going to Help a Lot of People with Disabilities

      This New Pre-Fab Home Design is Going to Help a Lot of People with Disabilities

      Here's an article that delivers some good news for people with disabilities. It's called New Portable Homes Billed as a Game-Changer for People with Disabilities.

      In it, SBS news reports on this new prefabricated home design. Here's a short description:

      It has wide doorways, a disability accessible bathroom, ceiling hoists in the bedroom,  voice-activated appliances and height-adjustable benches and sinks.

      To learn more about this thoughtful design, give the rest of the article a read...

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    14. Intrapreneurship in the Social Sector

      Intrapreneurship in the Social Sector

      We found this powerful interview piece from The League of Intrapreneurs and thought that we would share it. It's called Creating New Pathways in Social Sector.

      Ryan Shepard of Care Atlanta Global Innovation Hub shares his interesting views here. This one really piqued our interest:

      One of the things I try to remind myself is that it’s not personal. When you bump up against people who maybe don’t like your idea or not able to see your vision, you have to be able to separate that from your self worth as well as separate from even their ...

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    15. The Importance of Staying True to Your Femininity in Leadership

      The Importance of Staying True to Your Femininity in Leadership

      This awesome article by Fortis Georgiadis is truly insightful. It's called Women in STEM: “Your ability as a leader to inspire and motivate employees is based on trust” with Roni Frank of Talkspace.

      In it, he interviews Roni Frank, co-founder of Talkspace. Here's how she tackles being a woman leader:

      It’s not necessary to emulate stereotypically “masculine” qualities in order to be a successful, assertive leader. Instead, stay authentic, quiet those voices that tell you that you need to show more dominance, power or control. These qualities, despite being considered “strong and masculine” are not effective. On ...

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    16. The Big Benefit of Small Business

      The Big Benefit of Small Business

      Mark Bouris shares some really interesting insights in this article. It's called How Small Businesses Are Serving it Up to the Big Guys.

      In it, the business mentor gives us some perspective on how small businesses operate. This short excerpt really piqued our curiosity. 

      The surface-level numbers are grim, with economists pointing to our retail sales falling to levels last seen during the 1990 recession, and growing fears the many interest rate cuts just haven’t had enough of a flow-on effect to make a difference.

      ...you’ll find it’s actually Australia’s small businesses, our mum-and-dad stores ...

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    17. Combining Digital and Pencil Art

      Combining Digital and Pencil Art

      Here's an awesome article from Bored Panda. It's called Brazilian Artist Tullius Heuer Creates Digital Paintings That Leap Off The Page.

      It shares some beautiful works of art. Here's a short excerpt to give you an idea of this one-of-a-kind art form. 

      He masterfully blends his pencil art simulations with real photos in his magical three-dimensional manipulations and the results leave us wondering what would happen if drawings came to life. 

      Take a look at the rest of the article to see the photos.

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    18. You Don't Need to Figure Out Your Career So Early

      You Don't Need to Figure Out Your Career So Early

      Here's an interesting article from Psychology Today. It's called a Be in Such a Hurry to Choose Your Career.

      It has some fascinating points to share. Here's one that's absolutely thought-provoking:

      Some people call that skill stacking, where you don't have to be the best at any one thing, but if you have a diversity of experiences, you can overlap them in a way where you create a unique ground to work on or compete on.

      Take a look at the rest of the article for more...

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    19. The Virtue of Adding Vitamin D in Wheat Flour

      The Virtue of Adding Vitamin D in Wheat Flour

      We found this interesting article on Mind Body Green. It's called Is This The Solution To Our Widespread Vitamin D Deficiency Problem?

      It shares some fascinating points. Here's one that's really thought-provoking:

      The research, which was published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed that requiring mandatory fortification of vitamin D in wheat flour would prevent 10 million new cases of vitamin D deficiency—and save the country a lot of money down the line. 

      For more information, give the rest of the article a read...

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    20. Moving Forward In the Face of Confronting Your Fears

      Moving Forward In the Face of Confronting Your Fears

      Our fight or flight mechanism jumps out at us when we're suddenly faced with our fears. Here's an awesome article that we found on the subject from Foward Steps Blog. It's called Facing Your Fears for Achieving Your Goals.

      In it, Thea Westra shares some fascinating points. Here's one that's thought-provoking:

      Teach your body to release chemicals and brain signals that make your muscles and organs slow down and increase blood flow to the brain.

      Check out what else she has to say by clicking on the link below...

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    21. Old-Fashioned Yet Effective Methods in Self-Care Practice

      Old-Fashioned Yet Effective Methods in Self-Care Practice

      Here's a thought-provoking article from Living Tired that we just had to share with you. It's called 8 Old Fashioned Self-Care Tips That You Can Still Use Today.

      It shares some interesting points. This one, in particular, piqued our curiosity:

      Self-care would not necessarily mean buying into the modern day fashion. It can be as easy as slowing all the way down to do something you experience.

      To find out how the self-care tips, give the full article a read at the link down below...

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    22. Why You Should Embrace the Impostor Syndrome

      Why You Should Embrace the Impostor Syndrome

      This article from REA Group piqued our curiosity. Matilda Stevenson, the author, titles it Switching My Mindset from ‘What Would I Like to Learn’ to ‘What Would I Like to Teach’.

      She offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom here. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      In this situation though, it’s easy to feel like an impostor and therefore not feel qualified to teach, but I think embracing being an impostor is a positive. It helps me see teaching others as an opportunity to find the gaps in my knowledge, and to consolidate concepts in my own mind.

      Take a ...

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    23. Break Your Fitness Barriers By Learning These Inconvenient Truths

      Break Your Fitness Barriers By Learning These Inconvenient Truths

      Have you read this interesting piece from Legion Athletics? It's called 19 Inconvenient Truths That Will Make Getting Fit a Breeze.

      It shares some ideas that really piqued our interest. Here's one of them:

      Researchers found the women reported being in a more negative mood after viewing Facebook compared to other websites, and viewing Facebook led to a greater desire to change their physical appearance for women who were predisposed to appearance comparisons.

      Take a look at the rest of what the article has to say to learn more about how to break some of the most potent ...

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