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Day: August 2, 2019

AmpiFire by Jay Cruiz Omnipresent Digital Marketing Course Bonus App Price & OTO – Yahoo Finance

AmpiFire by Jay Cruiz Omnipresent Digital Marketing Course Bonus App Price & OTO – Yahoo Finance

Online Marketing
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POLL – What's Your Best Source for Motivation? – Small Business Trends

POLL – What's Your Best Source for Motivation? – Small Business Trends

Motivation
We all need a little motivation every once in a while. Sure, you’ve got the drive to succeed. Otherwise you never would have founded a business in the first place. But some days, it’s hard to literally find that motivation. Even though many times a simple source of motivation is well within reach. So, that’s why this week, we’re asking our readers: What’s Your Best Source of Motivation? Take our poll below and let us know … How do you find the strength to keep them going when the going gets tough? Maybe you’re stacking your achievements against someone you admire? Maybe a mentor is in your ear on a daily basis. Or it may not be as evolved as that. Sometimes, people go straight to a favorite playlist and get motivation through a pair of earbuds. It could be a song, a speech or a mantra
Marianne Williamson, Self-Help Adviser, Denies Support Of Scientology – The Daily Caller

Marianne Williamson, Self-Help Adviser, Denies Support Of Scientology – The Daily Caller

Self Help
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson, known for her work in the self-help field, denied support of Scientology and fat-shaming in a Friday tweet. Williamson did not explain in the tweet what allegations she was responding to, but she spoke with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday night about her previous comments regarding doctors overprescribing depressants, as well as her thoughts on medicine, depression, sadness and Scientology. (RELATED: Marianne Williamson Supporters Create ‘Occult Task Force) “So let’s state it again,” Williamson, who has been Oprah Winfrey’s spiritual adviser, tweeted Friday. “I’m pro medicine. I’m pro science. I’ve never told anyone not to take medicine. I’ve never fat-shamed anyone. And today there’s a new one: no I don’t support Scientology
Warriors' Klay Thompson speaks on knee injury, motivation for next season – Sporting News

Warriors' Klay Thompson speaks on knee injury, motivation for next season – Sporting News

Motivation
Klay Thompson won't rush to get back to playing in 2019-20, but he is eager handle some unfinished business.The Warriors star tore his ACL in Game 6 of the NBA Finals and will likely miss the majority of next season. He's in uncharted territory during a critical transitional period for Golden State. "I knew I did something. But I've never had the severity of an ACL injury or an injury that bad," Thompson told ESPN when recounting his injury. "So me, personally, I didn't think it was that bad, initially. My adrenaline was so high being Game 6, whatever. I thought I sprained my knee; that's all I thought it was."But when I went back to the locker room, it swelled up a lot, didn't feel right. It's just not a good feeling when you feel helpless and the team's out there competing." ...
How Raiders D-line is using unlucky No. 13 as motivation – NBCSports.com

How Raiders D-line is using unlucky No. 13 as motivation – NBCSports.com

Motivation
NAPA – Vontaze Burfict has taken firm control of this Raiders defense. The veteran middle linebacker established himself as a scheme authority this offseason, a title earned thanks to years spent running Paul Guenther’s scheme in Cincinnati. Players have been asking Burfict to watch film together, so they can approach his firm grasp of the system. They listen to him during practices and, at times, coaches let Burfict call defensive plays for full periods at a time. Burfict can also be demanding of those around him, as we saw during Thursday’s training camp practice. Tight end Darren Waller caught a pass near the left sideline that was good for a first down, and Burfict was instantly upset about it. Burfict was in fellow veteran leader Lamarcus Joyner’s ear about not communicating well e
How Digital Marketing is Changing Recruitment and Staffing – HR Technologist

How Digital Marketing is Changing Recruitment and Staffing – HR Technologist

Online Marketing
<!-- --> <!-- --> <!-- --> <!-- --> <!-- --> <!-- --> How Digital Marketing is Changing Recruitment and Staffing | HR Technologist <!-- --> Digital marketing is changing the face of recruiting and staffing. An ability to blast job openings to any person in any place has sped up the hiring process and created new opportunities and challenges for job-seeker...
Today Host Sheinelle Jones' Shares Her Self-Care Routine—and the $19 CVS Purchase That Changed Her Life – Parade

Today Host Sheinelle Jones' Shares Her Self-Care Routine—and the $19 CVS Purchase That Changed Her Life – Parade

Self Help
Some people have days with perfectly manicured routines. Sheinelle Jones is like a lot of us, with weeks so uniquely different that it can be difficult to have a set way of doing things. In scenarios like that, it’s all about embracing the moments of Zen that we can find within the madness—or “carving out calm,” as Jones likes to call it.“My day is always different,” says Jones, co-anchor of Weekend Today (which requires her to be on set at 4:30 a.m.) and co-host of the third hour of Today (which airs at 9). “It’s definitely day to day for me,” she admits. She’s come to realize that “balancing it all” means embracing the fact that there are some days where you know you’re going to be all-in at work, while other days it’s about hair braiding and helping kidd