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Day: March 10, 2019

Johnson, Alabama looking for motivation ahead of SEC Tournament – 247Sports

Johnson, Alabama looking for motivation ahead of SEC Tournament – 247Sports

Motivation
The Alabama men’s basketball team dropped its third game in a row to end the regular season Saturday, losing 82-70 at Arkansas, and is limping into the SEC Tournament needing a win or two. The Crimson Tide was on the bubble entering Saturday’s road game at Bud Walton Arena after losing to LSU and Auburn, and a win over the Razorbacks would have increased its odds to make the NCAA Tournament field. Now, there is work to do in Nashville where Alabama will be the No. 10 seed and will face No. 7-seed Ole Miss on Thursday, March 14, at 6 p.m. CT. “It’s probably good that we’re in a situation where you either win or go home. Maybe that’s just what this team needs,” head coach Avery Johnson said after the game. “... We’ve been talking about...
Branding vs Marketing: Innovative Solutions In Today's Digital Marketplace – Forbes

Branding vs Marketing: Innovative Solutions In Today's Digital Marketplace – Forbes

Online Marketing
I created this graphic taking open source images and screenshots of images from companies’ websites and putting them together in this fashion.Mme doing my graphic designed combined with other assets I have recently covered branding in terms of digital linking of company name and products to specific links related to a company brand domain or URL. However, I covered the topic in tandem with digital asset management and in a way branding is a topic all onto itself deserving more of an analysis. Branding, including link building and other digital practices, is also an innovative way for companies to stand out digitally in the competitive online marketplace of today. Many people also confuse branding with marketing and vice versa. You may be asking yourself: wh...
British People Are Buying Record Numbers Of Self-Help Books, New Figures Reveal – Bustle

British People Are Buying Record Numbers Of Self-Help Books, New Figures Reveal – Bustle

Self Help
Turned to a self-help book for guidance this year? You're one of a growing number: British people are buying record numbers of self-help books, new figures from Nielsen Book Research reveal. Over the past year, sales have risen by 20 per cent, with three million self-help books sold, the Guardian reports. According to the newspaper, the genre has become "one of the fastest-growing genres of publishing." An awful lot of us, it seems, are turning to the written word for help getting it together. So which self-help books, exactly, are Brits buying? For an entirely unscientific study, let's take a quick glance at Amazon. The bestselling book in the "Mind, Body and Spirit Self-Help Books" category (at the time of writing) is Professor Steve Peters' The Chimp Paradox: The ...
Columnist discovers her motivation – Chicago Daily Herald

Columnist discovers her motivation – Chicago Daily Herald

Motivation
I'm walking like Frankenstein's monster and I like it. Three weeks have passed since beginning the Fittest Loser challenge and aches radiate through my body. advertisement By the numbers Starting weight: 155Current weight: 152Week weight lost: 0 lbs.Total weight lost: 3 lbs.Percent weight lost: 1.9% Early in my training with Josh, whenever any "pain" was felt in my upper back, a mental alarm would go off telling me to stop what I was doing with fears of an old back injury resurfacing. Luckily, the soreness surging throughout my body is accompanied with a newfound strength, which superse...
Blake Snell plans to use contract renewal by Rays as motivation – Sporting News AU

Blake Snell plans to use contract renewal by Rays as motivation – Sporting News AU

Motivation
Blake Snell, the 2018 American League Cy Young Award winner, will reportedly make less than $600,000 in 2019. Such is life as a player who isn't yet eligible for salary arbitration.Such, also, is life as a young star with the Rays, who chose not to give their 26-year-old ace a few extra dollars. Snell says he will treat his contract - and the potential for making millions next spring in arbitration - as carrots."Hopefully this pushes me. Arbitration will be the business side, and that's what I'll tell them," Snell told reporters Friday, per the Tampa Bay Times. "I think fair is fair. It all comes around in the end anyway. At the end of the day, you get what you put in. I'll be motivated."WYLLYS: Why the Rays will contend for the playoffs in 2019 The Times' Marc Topkin reported that the ...