It’s Army week for Air Force, which means the inevitable flashback to a certain White House visit in May.President Donald Trump honored the Black Knights and coach Jeff Monken for winning the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for a second straight time by beating Air Force and Navy.“Air Force is tough,” Trump said to Monken. “They’ve always been tough, coach.” “Not that tough,” Monken replied.Falcons players were reminded of Monken’s comments Saturday after lambasting Utah State.“I guess we’ll see next week,” defensive end Jordan Jackson said.Of course, Air Force doesn’t need extra motivation for this game.After dominating Ar
Normani has enlisted 21 Savage for a remix of her new song “Motivation.” Normani tweeted, “🖤 ty @21savage for coming through for me !!!” Give a listen to “Motivation (Savage Remix)” below.Back in August, Normani performed “Motivation” at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards. The dance-heavy performance mirrored the song’s wildly popular music video. 21 Savage released his latest studio album, i am > i was, in 2018. More recently, he hopped on DJ Khaled’s Father of Asahd track “Wish Wish” alongside Cardi B. Find out where 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s 2016 collaboration Savage Mode landed on Pitchfork’s “The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s.” [embedded content]Let's block ads! (Why?) Source link
School can be really stressful and most students have gotten used to doing anything to get a good report card. Jocelyn, a senior said, “I don’t think I’m ever motivated. I follow routines and just do it.” You have to follow the same pattern every day to get where you want. The whole process might be a struggle but it must be done. Besides having a goal, motivation is the thing that keeps a person going, but it’s also something a person can lack. There are many ways to be motivated, such as:Actions you can take: Think about the future you want. Be organized and clean. Get involved. Have a positive attitude. Reward yourself and hype yourself up. Create a vision board Use your devices, calendar, reminders and notes Help others and do things you enjoy Always
Richard Sherman, like a lot of great athletes, looks for and finds motivation in things both real and perceived. You remember #HandshakeGate with Baker Mayfield, right? The veteran 49ers cornerback plays with a chip on his shoulder. He wants to be doubted and relishes in sticking it to those who choose to come at him. Teammate Dante Pettis, no doubt, is aware of that. The second-year wide receiver gave Sherman a little bulletin board material before the 49ers' 51-13 curb-stomping of the Panthers in Week 8. But whether that motivation was on the level, still is yet to be determined. “I guess [Pettis is] friends” with [Kyle] Allen, Sherman said, via The San Francisco Chronicle's Eric Branch. “He’s like, ‘Hey, man, his plan is just to go at you.’ It’s like you’ve got to understand: I’m not
According to research from Gartner, mobile marketers by next year will drive 80% of engagements through mobile websites. That means marketers will increase their efforts in mobile marketing. But first they’ve got work to do. Those same marketers, though, are building their mobile websites without accurate knowledge of their customers’ mobile preferences. If there were ever a time to start doubling-down on mobile marketing efforts — and getting better at it — it’s now. And Gartner’s not the only one who’s saying so. Meeker Finds Mobile on the Rise According to Mary Meeker’s 2019 Internet Trends Report this year, mobile time spent vs. advertising equivalency is finally flattening out. In 2010, mobile time spent on media was 8% vs. 0.5% spent on internet advertising. In 2018
To compete in the increasingly competitive digital marketplace, hospice providers must become more sophisticated in their use of social media, experts say. Using these tools effectively helps develop and promote your brand, identify and attract prospective patients, and recruit good staff. Social media offers marketing opportunities that few businesses can afford to underestimate or ignore, particularly as the tech savvy millennial generation are increasingly engaged in purchasing, health care and end-of-life care decisions related to aging parents and other loved ones. The average person spends more than six hours hours online every day, according to a report released in January. Plus, more and more people turn to social media first when making decisions about everything f...
Getty Images The way the 49ers defense teed off on Panthers quarterback Kyle Allen, you’d think he refused to shake their hands. Or something. Along with the seven sacks Allen absorbed were his first three interceptions of his career, one of which went to veteran cornerback Richard Sherman. And after the game, Sherman said he was upset and looking for vindication against Allen, though a teammate may have just been winding him up. Via Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle, Sherman said a conversation with teammate Dante Pettis offered all the motivation he needed in advance of playing Allen for the first time. “I guess (Pettis is) friends” with All
It may be a busy and demanding time for a musician, but letting your marketing slip because you're on tour is a huge mistake. Here we look at some key tips for how artists can keep their marketing game strong while on the road. ____________________________ Guest post by Ainsley Lawrence of Dotted Music Going on the road as a music artist is an exciting, busy, and even exhausting experience. You’ll be playing a lot and may have other obligations, too, like album signings or meet-and-greets. It’s a lot to juggle, and it’s easy for your marketing efforts to get pushed to the side during this busy time. Letting your marketing go while you’re on the road is a mistake. When you’re touring or simply traveling for leisure, you’re in an ideal setting to create some unique, memorable
Neurons in the lateral habenula (LHb) of the mouse brain send projections to the ventral tegmental area (VTA) and dorsal raphe nucleus (DR), two brain regions responsible for dopamine (DA) and serotonin (5-HT) release, respectively. Imbalances in dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain are associated with depression. Credit: Stephan Lammel, UC Berkeley Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have identified biomarkers —genes and specific brain circuits in mice—associated with a common symptom of depression: lack of motivation. The finding could guide research t
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