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Japan pushes for more business in Africa in meeting with private sector, TICAD VI

Japan pushes for more business in Africa in meeting with private sector, TICAD VI | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
In order to develop Africa’s investment climate, Japan will promote high-quality investment agreements in Africa more actively than ever before.
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Ocici warns youth against rushing to formalise business

Ocici warns youth against rushing to formalise business | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
The executive director of Enterprise Uganda, Mr Charles Ocici, has advised youth seeking to become successful entrepreneurs not to be derailed by calls
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Opera's service for syncing web browser data hacked, users urged to reset passwords

Opera's service for syncing web browser data hacked, users urged to reset passwords | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Opera has issued a forced password reset for all Sync users in response to the breach.
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5 Technological Advancements That Could Soon Make The Password Obsolete

5 Technological Advancements That Could Soon Make The Password Obsolete | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
This is an article on the technological breakthroughs that are making the password a thing of the past. | indiatimes.com
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Biometrics are less secure than passwords -- this is why

Biometrics are less secure than passwords -- this is why | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Many technology pundits talk about biometrics as the ultimate authentication solution -- the technology that will make the 'imperfect' password obsolete. Despite the hype, most companies are approaching with caution. In fact, CEB found that there are varied degrees of biometrics adoption globally, as around 20 percent of firms have actually deployed the technology.
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VMAs 2016: Best and worst red carpet looks at MTV's Video Music Awards

VMAs 2016: Best and worst red carpet looks at MTV's Video Music Awards | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Hollywood's hottest stars took New York City by storm for the 2016 MTV VMAs. Check out what the celebs wore to the highly anticipated award show…
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Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to remove ambassador - BBC News

Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to remove ambassador - BBC News | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
The Iraqi government asks for the Saudi ambassador to Baghdad to be replaced over comments he made about Iran's involvement in Iraq.
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Hillary Clinton Vows to Shut Down ‘Conspiracy Theory’ Websites

Hillary Clinton Vows to Shut Down ‘Conspiracy Theory’ Websites | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Longtime conspiracy theorist condemns opponents for their "dark conspiracy theories" Baxter Dmitry of Investment Watch Blog reports: Freedom of speech and freedom of the press will be resigned to history under a Hillary Clinton presidency, as the Democratic nominee threatens to shut down alternative news websites and anything the establishment view as a “conspiracy theory” if she…
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Scant rallies for Brazil's Rousseff before big day

Scant rallies for Brazil's Rousseff before big day | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
The first small street rallies began in the capital as Brazil headed for the last dramatic act in a political drama that is expected to end 13 years of leftist rule in the huge recession-stricken country.
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Brexit 'will cost Scots economy £11.2bn each year'

Brexit 'will cost Scots economy £11.2bn each year' | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it

Brexit is projected to cost the Scottish economy up to £11.2 billion each year, according to the Scottish Government.
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May to exit EU ‘without MP vote’

May to exit EU ‘without MP vote’ | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Prime Minister Theresa May wants to trigger Britains withdrawal from the EU without a vote in parliament. A source in her office said yesterday a Daily Telegraph report to that effect was speculation but added Mrs May was committed to delivering on the verdict the public gave in the June referendum, when 52 per cent voted to leave the EU.
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7 Science-Backed Habits of Creative Genuises

7 Science-Backed Habits of Creative Genuises | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it

Even if you don't think you're the "creative type," don't assume you can ignore this skillset, or that you can't become creative too.

60% of CEOs polled by IBM agreed that creativity was the most important skill to possess in a leadership role, because can help us solve problems and respond to challenges.

The seeds of creativity live in everyone, but our daily habits can either nurture or constrain them. Here are 7 daily habits that will ignite your imagination and encourage your mind to think outside the box:

Even creative people need a schedule
It's a gigantic misconception that creative people need to live wild and unstructured lives.

That might work for a one-in-a-million rock star, but most creative minds schedule their days quite thoroughly. Stephen King, for instance, has attributed his 350 million+ in book sales to his intense writing routine.

Psychologist William James described the impact of a rigorous schedule on creativity by saying that this can "free our minds to advance to really interesting fields of action."

I'm not saying that you should hole up in your office the entire day, but you do need to pencil in the time for creativity daily. For starters, consider setting your own innovation schedule by spending 20 minutes daily on creative thinking.


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Even if you're not the "creative type" these habits will help you succeed and thrive.

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Leaked Memos Show George Soros Plotted to Oust Putin, Destabilize Russia - ITCW

Leaked Memos Show George Soros Plotted to Oust Putin, Destabilize Russia - ITCW | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
The Hungarian billionaire appeared to have a fascination with not just fostering but creating anti-Putin opposition forces inside of Russia in a bid to destabilize the country. The recen
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Vietnamese ‘million-dollar Mayor’ in the US expands business

Vietnamese ‘million-dollar Mayor’ in the US expands business | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
VietNamNet Bridge - Pham Dinh Nguyen, the ‘million-dollar Mayor’, has been taking slow and firm steps in his business after buying the town of Buford in the US. In 2012, when the international press reported that a Vietnamese man bought Buford, the name of the man – Pham Dinh Nguyen – remained unknown. Reporters could…
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Schoolgirl porn photo-sharing website back online after being shut down

Schoolgirl porn photo-sharing website back online after being shut down | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
The website caused widespread outrage this month when it was revealed that many of the pictures were of underage students and were published without their knowledge.
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Samsung invents a new Biometrics System for their Gear Fit Watch & Gear VR

Samsung invents a new Biometrics System for their Gear Fit Watch & Gear VR | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Earlier this month Samsung introduced their new Note 7 along with a new biometrics authentication option using an iris scanner. Samsung's latest biometrics patent came to life this month via the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that illustrates how Samsung is thinking of adding fingerprint authentication to a future version of their Gear Fit watch and possibl
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Biometrics in banking, what is out there - CUInsight

Biometrics in banking, what is out there - CUInsight | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Voice Recognition Current systems are able to identify roughly 130 different physical and behavioral characteristics within a person’s vocal pattern. They can match these to a prerecorded voice print to verify your identity. That match can happen within seconds of you calling the line for any reason and will automatically authorize the representative to talk …
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Next Biometrics : INNOLUX and NEXT Biometrics to jointly invest in flexible sensor mass production capacity | 4-Traders

Next Biometrics : INNOLUX and NEXT Biometrics to jointly invest in flexible sensor mass production capacity | 4-Traders | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Innolux, one of the world's largest manufacturers of TFT-LCD-panels and NEXT Biometrics Group ASA today jointly announce that they are investing in establishing mass production... | août 29, 2016
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BREAKING: Lawsuit Just LINKED HILLARY CLINTON TO 2 MURDERS, Sickening Details Released! - World Politicus

BREAKING: Lawsuit Just LINKED HILLARY CLINTON TO 2 MURDERS, Sickening Details Released! - World Politicus | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Hillary Clinton has been running out of luck, after her political and personal life has been brought into question, as a result of her being accused of two murders, according to a lawsuit. The latest details from his lawsuit may incriminate the DNC candidate in such way that she never walks free again, or any …
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This smartphone sensor can see through walls

This smartphone sensor can see through walls | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.
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Europe plans news levy on search engines - FT.com

Europe plans news levy on search engines - FT.com | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
European news publishers will be given the right to levy fees on internet platforms such as Google if search engines show snippets of their stories, under radical copyright reforms being finalised by the European Commission. The proposals, to be
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Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor - BBC News

Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor - BBC News | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
Germany's vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel says the EU could go "down the drain" if Brexit is handled badly and that the UK cannot keep the "nice things" without any responsibility.
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Why the Most Productive People Start Their Day at 4 a.m. (Yes, We're Serious)

Why the Most Productive People Start Their Day at 4 a.m. (Yes, We're Serious) | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it

A few days ago, I shared my thoughts on what billionaire entrepreneurs do to stay productive in their spare time.

 

What I didn't know is that there's a recent productivity trend on the rise. A number of successful leaders and entrepreneurs, I have found, are declaring that they are most productive while the majority of us are still under the covers in a deep sleep.

The 4 a.m. productivity shift

A new report published in the Wall Street Journal says that 4 a.m. may be the most productive time of the day. The reasons behind the increased productivity at such an ungodly hour include:

Minimal distractions (like kids or work) before the sun rises.No one is emailing or texting you.There's less to see on social media.

Productivity in this context may not necessarily be work-related. The trend seems to be pointing toward reserving this "sacred time" for things that will energize you and set you up for success the rest of the day -- self-care, exercise, family time, personal growth, and spiritual connection.

 


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Terry Yelmene's curator insight, Today, 8:39 AM
I know this won't be the most "popular" post I ever make here, but as someone who has been getting up at least this early every day for 10 months now, I wholeheartedly endorse this success tactic.  When I get up well before the crack of dawn, my brain works better, I'm way productive and the -"quiet"- is the cherry on top!
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'Breaking Bad drug' crystal meth causing hike in drug-related arrests

'Breaking Bad drug' crystal meth causing hike in drug-related arrests | Business Video Directory | Scoop.it
THE use of “Breaking Bad drug” crystal meth is at an all-time high.
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