Mohamed Elyounoussi admits Europa League pain must make way for domestic gain as Celtic prepare to face St Johnstone on Sunday. The Hoops are still smarting after exiting Europe on Thursday night following a 3-1 home defeat by FC Copenhagen, the Danish side progressing to the last 16 4-2 on aggregate. Elyounouss passed up a great chance in the first half when he missed the target with a drive from 14 yards, but the on-loan Southampton forward insists the whole squad need to re-focus for their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final at McDiarmid Park and on their bid for a fourth successive domestic treble. The 25-year-old Norway international said: “It is hurting a lot at the moment. “This is obviously going to give us motivation for the league and the cup. “We are going to fight our
Alamgir Rajab, a native of Hyderabad in Pakistan, has become a global collaborator not only in Pakistan but has also expanded marketing realms across the Western world February 25, 2020 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Globally, Asia continues to be the focal point for high-speed Internet penetration. This decade is ideal for start-ups to consolidate e-commerce trade in emerging markets. A few young entrepreneurs understood the intricate value of using online platforms to do business and leverage it for clients. As new forms of digital marketing are pushing the envelope in this region, its reach and impact is being felt worldwide. It ...
How spirituality exists in America today Over time, religious thinking in the United States dissolved and sequestered itself to places of worship, cults and personalized practice. A swelling irreligious attitude has manifested itself since the 1990s, with 18% of the population identifying as not religious or spiritual, 27% not religious but spiritual and 26% completely irreligious. Today, discussions of spirituality and the immaterial aspects of the mind exist exclusively in academic disciplines, most notably motivational and cognitive-behavioral psychology and philosophy. We’ve dug ourselves into an array of assumptions about human behavior, falsely introduced by pop psychology. These assumptions come in the form of self-help books, myths like the “learning styles,” generalizing perso
Getafe used derogatory comments from Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong in their dressing room as motivation to beat Ajax in the Europa League. De Jong – who joined Barça from Ajax last summer – told Diario AS: “Getafe does not play to entertain the fans, it bothers me to watch them play.” This is the picture of Frenkie de Jong that was posted in the Getafe dressing room. [@VoetbalPrimeur] pic.twitter.com/Rt8d0yZGga — Zach Lowy (@ZachLowy) February 28, 2020 But it was they who had the last laugh. Dutch media outlet Voetbal Primeur discovered after the game that De Jong’s comments were printed and pasted on the wall by manager José Bordalás, in order to inspire his players. Getafe won an ill-tempered first leg 2-0 in Spain and progressed to the last 16 despite losing 2-1 in Amsterdam
Sometimes it requires climbing a mental mountain before taking the first step towards one's fitness. Picture for illustrative purposes only. Image Credit: Why is it so difficult for me to get motivated? You’d think at my age, a hefty 40 years, I’d have figured out a way to fool myself into doing things that are good for me but that I don’t particularly want to do. Recently, without thinking, I signed up to a physical challenge in June. It’s called Total Warrior and features a 12 kilometre course packed with obstacles of varying levels of difficulty — such as hard, harder, hardest. I don’t know what posse
<!-- --> <!-- --> <!-- --> <!-- --> by Trish James | February 28, 2020 If a tree falls in the woods, and no one is there to hear it, has it made a sound? If you can’t remember the brand that created your favorite Super Bowl commercial, was it effective? If you are still relying on the same advertising and marketing tactics you did 10 years ago, are you reaching the audience you need to? If you build it, will they come? The answer is no, excect maybe the tree question, that is a debate for another day. Trish JamesThe age of blanket marketing tactics is slowly fading and in order for brands to remain relevant, it is vital that they evolve. We are no longer in the “build it and they will come” g
Social media is the perfect place to market your product, connect with customers and share your business story. There is an immense opportunity for farmers to engage with their consumers through social media platforms. Social media marketing is all about starting a conversation and creating a narrative to share your business with your customers.Thanks to social media, farmers can now share their daily work with a larger audience. Conversely, consumers now also have a way to connect with their local farmers and learn more about what crops they have to offer. Whether through a business page or community forum, social media marketing can be a huge asset for your business.People crave transparency. As a small farm or homestead, customers want to see the people behind the product. Whether yo...
With the dominance of the internet and online world today, online businesses are expanding now more than ever. In fact, it is becoming essential for all businesses to prove they have a strong online presence to be able to connect with the various customers. However, with the countless numbers of businesses that are available on online platforms today, you need to ensure that the brand stands out. To help you run your businesses efficiently and reach the maximum number of potential customers, here are expert tips to aid you in running your online business. 1. Organize Your Online Platforms First, you need to organize online platforms that will represent your business. This could range from your website, Instagram, and Facebook profiles, and others. Moreover, you w...
COMMENTARY 5 marketing strategies to fire your growt By Elizabeth HarrFeb 28, 2020 There are admittedly dozens of marketing techniques firms can choose to invest in. Determining which ones deserve a seat at the table alongside your marketing budget requires consideration around your current capital (human and financial), goals for each, and your starting place to see how aggressively you need to get from A to B. In this article, I’ll share findings from our new 2020 High-Growth Study on the top 5 marketing practices that high-growth government services firms are prioritizing as they chart their path forward to continued high-growth. First, a definition of high-growth. In this study, we consider firms that post 20
Reading books remains one of the best ways to acquire knowledge. And if you are a marketing beginner, taking the time to read digital marketing books can help you boost your career. Unlike how-to-guides and articles that you can search quickly online, books offer more in-depth information and explanations. Experts also write books to share their knowledge and experiences with their respective professional communities. Now, if your reason for not reading a book is that it’s bulky — sorry, but it’s not acceptable. Books are more accessible now than ever. Most books today, especially digital marketing books, are already available in different formats. If you want to learn from some of the most successful SEOs and marketers, read their books. So in this article, we compiled a list of t