I never jumped on the chia seed bandwagon. That being said, I have a jar sitting in my cupboard (like any true foodie, right?). Coconut Chia Pudding Ingredients 2 Tbsp chia seeds (where to buy) ½ cup coconut milk ¼ tsp. of vanilla dash of maple syrup (or honey) Directions Mix the first 3 ingredients …
2013 saw venture capital and private equity investors pour over $1.7B into the booming cybersecurity market. And this looks to increase given highly publicized hacking incidents and data breaches. Our Mosaic ratings help you discover emerging private cybersecruity companies and understand which technologies and companies are gaining adoption and which are not.
Turmeric is an all around wonder spice studies have shown it to be a powerful anti-inflammatory, liver detoxifier, anti-carcinogenic and that is just the tip of the iceberg try it in golden milk you will not be disappointed.
Retire Dull, Average Spuds With These 6 Sweet Potato Recipes FitSugar.com Although they are a bit starchy and heavier than other veggies, this seasonal spud is loaded with vitamins A and C, fiber, manganese, and potassium.
Marty Koenig's insight:
Yum. Sweet Potatoes are so versitile and good for ya.
If you’ve planked on a yoga mat, slipped on flip-flops, extracted a cell phone from protective padding or lined an attic with foam insulation, chances are you’ve had a brush with an industrial chemical called azodicarbonamide, nicknamed ADA. In the plastics industry, ADA is the “chemical foaming agent” of choice. It is mixed into polymer plastic gel to generate tiny gas bubbles, something like champagne for plastics. The results are materials that are strong, light, spongy and malleable.
For CMOs, 2014 represents a return to marketing purpose and fundamentals. A charter to fulfill three strategic principles beyond just tactical content marketing.
Marty Koenig's insight:
Peter Drucker is one of my all time favorites. I'm not sure a product that perfectly communicates to ideal customers can compel people to buy to the point of being self evident. That seems a stretch to me.
I do understand that product design that includes the customer early on will meet their needs better than one that' just thrown out there and hopes to satisfy. However a vast majority of product managers and product designers don't use design principles like that. Think Facebook and Apple. They are market leaders and their products do sell themselves, but not because company leadership and management goes out of their way to find out what their customers want.
Quite the contrary. When they release new products or upgrades, they essentially ram it down your throat and their customers accept is as good. Or, if they don't initially accept it as good, the features are generally not unuseful and they grow to like them or even love them, almost by brute force. Almost by manipulation. Cultural manipulation. Societal manipulation.
Or is that the new definition of marketing and market leadership in the year 2014?
Daily Mail What's more effective - coffee of exercise? Writer discovers that 30 seconds ... Daily Mail He said his favourite exercises are 20 burpees (a push-up to jumping jack) or 40 mountain climbers (push-up position, bringing knees to elbows).