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Startup Trends 2014 - via @Curatti_

Startup Trends 2014 - via @Curatti_ | Entrepreneurial spirit | Scoop.it

2014 will be a MONSTER TREND year for startups. Everything from money to customer service in the balance.We share 10 trends and more than 25 cool startups on this Curatti.com post.

First Five Startup Trends:

* Internet of Things.
* Shared Social Branding.
* New Social / Web Currencies.
* DIY vs. Customer Experience.
* Learn To Think Like Video Game Developers (think platforms not websites and User Generated Content #UGC and the social shares it brings).


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How to be More Productive Under Stress

How to be More Productive Under Stress | Entrepreneurial spirit | Scoop.it

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, May 27, 2013 11:26 PM


Part and parcel of life as a business owner or manager is learning to cope with stress, and those who struggle with this challenge, will find it very difficult to succeed in the business world.


Stress impacts on individuals in many different ways, some business owners seem to thrive on it, whilst others find the toll that stress takes on them to be debilitating to the extent that they become unproductive.


This excellent article, suggests that there is a way to be successful and productive even when under stress, and it discusses how to achieve this state.

Lucas Eaton's curator insight, May 28, 2013 11:56 PM

One thing i found very significant about this article is the portion where they say divide tasks into to different sections the 50% you can control and the 50% you cannot. The 50% that you can control are things like your job performance, how you communicate with others and your productivity. The 50% you cannot control is other peoples reaction to what you say/do and things that are completely out of your control like accidents unexpected problems etc. I find this division of focus very helpful when managing stress. For instance at my work my job is to stock the shelves everytime a new load comes in, if i dont complete the load i get very stressed out, however sometimes it is not my fault and the load is to large. If i divide my focus and act passively to the fact that i will not complete the load and i communicate the problem to my manager i find there is alot less stress than if i were to try my best to finsih the load then not tell my manager and stress when i wait for his reaction.

 

Cameron's curator insight, May 30, 2013 2:18 PM

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This was a really helpful article. it explains how to still do productive work when you are under extreme stress. All the tips it told me are really helpful and i'll use them whenever im under lots of stress