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Fancy That - Our first Women in Business Networking Night... | Facebook

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Our first Women in Business Networking Night is Wednesday, July 24th at 5:30 pm. Wine and cheese will be served. Like this post if you plan to attend!... (Our first Women in Business Networking Night is Wednesday, July 24th at 5:30 pm.
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Proving the Power of Social Media Marketing | Social Media Today

Proving the Power of Social Media Marketing | Social Media Today | Sports Entrepreneurship Craig 4353682 | Scoop.it
Your company may not even be taken seriously without a presence on the big four social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. However, simply maintaining social media accounts for your business is not ...
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7 New Rules of Marketing - Fox Business

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7 New Rules of Marketing
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I'm fond of saying that marketing is like sex: everyone thinks they're good at it. Of course, they're not.
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The Forbes Fab 40: The World's Most Valuable Sports Brands - Forbes

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The Most Valuable Brands In Sports The Forbes Fab 40 comprises the 10 most valuable sports brands in the world in four distinct categories: businesses, events, athletes and teams.


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What NFL Refs Can Teach Us About Business Leadership - Forbes

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If you’re a football fan like me, you’re undoubtedly glad to see the return of the NFL referees.


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Bernanke’s latest remarks will be scrutinized by investors worried about higher interest rates

WASHINGTON — Ben Bernanke’s sway over financial markets has been on full display in recent weeks.
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Content Marketing Innovation | Social Media Today

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High-quality content marketing is required to succeed in today's competitive business world. Whether you are a large corporation, a small or big business, an educational institution or a non-profit organization.
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Honey Day at Cayo Welcome Center

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It's Honey Day in Cayo, and the Cayo Welcome Center is the venue.  Go on down, get some locally made jams, sauces, and honey.  They also have some great sere there too.

 

"Today is the International Day of Cooperatives, and they are celebrating at the Cayo Welcome Center.  They have honey, jams, soy sauce, Garifuna food, and many other products on display."


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Entrepreneurship Is a Team Sport

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The co-founder and CMO of Staff.com on why entrepreneurship is a team sport--and why start-up founders need real lives, too.
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Patrick Quest's curator insight, October 27, 2013 9:29 PM

This is a great article for all entrepreneurs, novice or expert, to evaluate what a successful leader or entrepreneur does.  For true success of a company or idea, you can not do all the jobs of a company or business.  You must find co-workers that you trust and are good at the things you are not.  You must see the big picture and long term goal, but you must have detailed short term goals figured out before you look too far into the future.  Do not let your business take complete control of your life..  Yes, invest and work hard, but also have other interest to keep your mind fresh and ready to seize the next big opportunity. 

Ivin Parker's curator insight, August 24, 2014 2:08 PM

This article gave some great information on why you need great people around you to be successful.

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The Poor State of Health of Americans

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A new study highlights some of the reasons the United States is falling so far behind other developed countries by most measures of public health.

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Graham Player Ph.D.'s curator insight, July 11, 2013 12:33 AM

Researchers at the University of Washington and the US Burden of Disease Project have analyzed two decades’ worth of health records from 34 developed countries and determined “which diseases, injuries and risk factors are related to the greatest losses of health, and how these risk factors and health outcomes are changing over time.”

They found that 27 out of 33 peer countries now out-rank the USA on mortality statistics such as life expectancy and premature death. They also show the leading causes of disability and death in the USA and compare their change from the previous decade. Here is a partial list of diseases showing their percentage increase over that period:

Alzheimer disease - 159%
Chronic kidney disease - 69%
Diabetes - 58%
Osteoarthritis - 56%
Major depressive disorder - 43%
Cirrhosis - 38%
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) - 34%
Schizophrenia - 29%
Non-ischemic cardiovascular diseases - 27%
Asthma - 14%
Lung cancer - 4%
Colorectal cancer - 3%

The researchers point out that the average American has seen “an increase in the number of years lived with disability” since 1990, and “chronic disability now accounts for nearly half of the health burden in the United States.”

The high rates of death and disability in the USA are driven by social, economic and environmental factors, rather than biological factors. Medicine is not the remedy for that situation. The primary root causes of these problems are related to lifestyle, physical inactivity, diet, and environmental pollution.

RISE - The Multi-Media Magazine's curator insight, July 11, 2013 10:01 AM

VERY Sad. #Rise4War: http://on.fb.me/16FKXNW