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Do you love your office cube? A certain percentage of people working in many offices aren’t happy with their workstations.  And because of that they often fail to fulfill their duties and they turn out to be unproductive workers. So, in the later days they end up losing the job or resigning from it. Well, are you one of them? Don’t worry! Instead, be happy because during this season of joy, Contest Factory launched its Pimp My Cube Contest. The quest of this event is to seek for the worst places to work in. “WORST” means everything from orderliness to safety and whatsoever which makes your workplace undeniably nasty, chaotic, messy, and whatever you can call it! One important thing you should do in order to get into this contest is just upload a video showing your “WORST” workplace. Then, you invite your family, friends, and whoever you might know to vote for your video. (more…)

A Few Things You Should Know Before Visiting Israel

Traveling is usually a fun experience for anyone. The most exciting part about it is to determine a specific place where you are planning to visit. Israel is a wonderful place to enjoy your visit to. Spirituality can be something which is directly connected to the site that can give you more understanding about history of the religion itself. If you are trying to continue your trip to the historical sites of Israel, you must be quite sure about specific planning that you should do ahead of time.

If you are ready for a tour, you will need the correct information about weather as well as many different panoramic areas in Israel. You need to be well informed with Weather information that play a significant role in providing you with specific idea about Israel. (more…)

Three Guideposts for Impromptu Day Trip Planning

It’s Saturday morning. The spirit of adventure calls, but you haven’t had time to drink your coffee, let alone plan a day out. Never fear. These three guideposts will get you out the door and speeding toward a day of excitement in no time.

Focus the Trip Around One Attraction

Wherever your destination may be, there is something of note that only this place can offer. These unique opportunities are a great starting point to organize your day trip. Maybe you are visiting the home of the world’s largest street art festival or the birthplace of a particular style of music. Take advantage of these distinctive offerings for a memorable visit full of local character and one-of-a-kind experiences. Consulting local publications is a great way to discover the best opportunities. For example, if you are spending the day in New York City, (more…)

Great Tips For Writing a Speech

If you want to perform a presentation or speech, then you must write it first. Some people might think that writing speech is difficult, most certainly because of the stress and anxiety associated with the speech. Writing a speech is not as difficult as it might seem.

You initially must have some information regarding the speech itself. Who are the audiences? What are you going to speak about? How much time is the speech will be? After you know these, it can give you good ideas of what you are going to write.

The more difficult part in speech writing is to prepare and write speeches for someone else. That’s difficult. You can write speeches for your presentation and deliver the speech as well, that’s not too difficult to do. But preparing speech for someone else is quite difficult.

For that matter, why don’t you take a while now and try this. Imagine that you write speech that would be delivered by your president to school teachers and the parents in your city. Just do it and write it out. (more…)

Start going Barefoot – Your Initial Steps

All or at least most of us took our first steps as babies in bare feet.  However, over the years, our feet became accustomed to footwear and as a result, some people need to train themselves to walk barefoot again.

When you start going barefoot, it may seem like a big step for some of you, but trust me, once you get over the initial phases, you will start asking yourself how you ever were able to go about in shoes and socks. As I mentioned before, I developed a passion for going barefoot at age 9, but for some of you getting a later start, this may seem kind of foreign.

Take Baby Steps

In the movie “What About Bob?” Richard Dreyfus who plays a shrink advises Bill Murray his patient who drives him over the edge, to overcome his phobias by “taking baby steps”. This consists on concentrating on one fear at a time instead of trying to do everything in one shot. The same is true in barefooting. (more…)

Chinas rich families are putting health before wealth study finds

Another investigation demonstrates that rich mainlanders are spending, all things considered, about a fourth of the family’s month to month spending plan on wellbeing administration, which incorporates everything from medicinal services items to exercise and standard restorative registration.

Families owning resources of more than 10 million yuan (US$1.28 million) are spending a normal of 14,000 yuan for every month on their wellbeing and prosperity, out of aggregate family unit consumption of 57,000 yuan, as per the review by the Hurun Report and the Shenzhen Catic Wellness Group, which runs wellness clubs and offers proficient wellbeing administrations.

For those with resources of 30 million yuan or over, their interest in wellbeing midpoints 23,000 yuan every month – a sizeable piece of the family’s 82,000 yuan month to month use, said the report, which was discharged in Shenzhen on Friday. (more…)