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Choosing Colors For Small Spaces

Many home owners believe in the myth that only light colors work for small rooms. They’re worried that going with their favorite shade will give the room the appearance of looking smaller. While this can happen, there are many factors that influence the final outcome of a room’s look. Going with a saturated color will not make the room look smaller if it is plastered on the wall’s of a room that has the factors listed below.   Lighting If there is a lot of natural...

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When Should You Hire, and When Should You Hire-Out?

The number one responsibility of managers and executives is to delegate work properly. In the modern business landscape, hiring managers have the choice to hire in or outsource certain projects. There are a few rules that you can depend on if you are unsure of which strategy is best for your company or situation. Frequency of Use Do you need a specialist on a day-to-day basis, or do you only need that person for seasonal issues? Depending on how much you will be using the resource, you...

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Working from Home: How to Make Your Home Office a Productive Workspace

Whether you’re working in a traditional office or from home, office design is still important. A large part of how your workday goes depends on the environment you’re in. It impacts how well you can focus on the tasks at hand and how productive you've been at the end of the day. Implement these tips to create the most conducive environment possible for productivity. Lighting Lighting is a basic concept that is often overlooked during initial design. But it has a tremendous...

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The State of Blogging Industry & The Ultimate Beginners Guide on How to Create a Blog

Creating your first blog might be difficult, but with the step by step instructions on How to create a blog you can easily conquer this interesting area! Check out this infographic on The State of  Blogging Industry 2017.

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5 Ways to Get Ahead of Your Coworkers

The world of business is more competitive than ever. Not only are you competing with other companies for business, but you also have to compete with your coworkers when it comes to promotions and raises. If you choose not to compete, you will end up passed over and underemployed, even if you are working full time. So how do you compete with your coworkers without ending up with a toxic work environment? Be a Team Player The first step, ironically, if you want to get ahead is to be a team p...