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  1. Read and Remember Forever -- How to Study Better

    Read and Remember Forever -- How to Study Better
    Unless you possess photographic memory, the only way you can ever remember things you read for a long time is to employ certain learning and memorization techniques. If you are frustrated at how you can’t seem to remember certain concepts you’ve read or studied, what you may need to do is to change your study habits altogether.
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  2. Change Your Pace: Upgrade Your Walking Exercise for Better Health

    Change Your Pace: Upgrade Your Walking Exercise for Better Health
    Sitting down and lounging about may look comfortable and relaxing, but scientists have noted, time and again, that too much sitting or living a sedentary lifestyle can actually do more harm than good to your body. The human body was not designed to live slowly and inactively; like most members of the animal kingdom, we were designed to hunt for food, to move, to run, and to walk, unless a genetic condition or an accident renders you unable to do so.
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  3. Creative Ways to Organizing Wires and Cables

    Creative Ways to Organizing Wires and Cables
    If you work in an office, chances are your daily view includes hundreds upon hundreds of cables and wires wrapped and tangled around each other. If you've had enough with these necessary, but prone-to-tangling objects around you, you can creatively tidy up your space with these.
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  4. Easy Health Checklist: Think You Are Healthy?

    Easy Health Checklist: Think You Are Healthy?
    Think you’re living with a clean bill of health? Think again. These days, it’s easy to fall victim to the idea that nothing might be wrong with you just because you seemingly “feel good.” Unfortunately, some of the worst conditions and ailments may not manifest physically and their symptoms only tend to appear when it’s already too late. From another point of view, good health is not limited to your physical wellbeing. True health expands into your mental health and emotional balance, as well.
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  5. Standing Desks: The Easiest Way To Transition Out Of A Sedentary Lifestyle

    Standing Desks: The Easiest Way To Transition Out Of A Sedentary Lifestyle
    Professionals who reduce the amount of time they spend while seated for more than an hour a day tend to live longer, according to research by the Institute for Health and Sport at Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia. As further suggested by the researchers, the fastest and easiest way to transition from a sedentary lifestyle into a healthier one may be best done with the help of a sit-to-stand desk.
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  6. 5 Tips to Foster Creativity in Your Small Office/Home Office

    5 Tips to Foster Creativity in Your Small Office/Home Office
    Workers do not just exist in the office but they can also be found at home. They are commonly referred to as small office/home office or SOHO workers. If you are part of this latest trend, then you are familiar with the struggle to keep your SOHO a fantastic area that promotes a healthy environment.
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  7. How Your Body Language Affects Your Success

    How Your Body Language Affects Your Success
    Language is not limited to uttered words and expressions alone. By its textbook definition, language can also include non-verbal cues, gestures, and actions. Although human language might seem like it has no place in a corporate boardroom, how you move, act, speak, and carry yourself can actually affect your success in your career, business dealings, and productivity.
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  8. What is a Paperless Office and How Do You Start?

    What is a Paperless Office and How Do You Start?

    One of the ways companies can save money is going paperless. It means reducing the use of papers starting with eliminating unnecessary record keeping including redundant bookkeeping and the distributions of paper reports.

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  9. What Does a CEO’s Office Really Look Like?

    What Does a CEO’s Office Really Look Like?
    Productive people tend to take their environment seriously, which is why the most successful individuals you've heard of are often shown on TV entering their swanking, spacious offices. Many successful deals have been made possible on desks like these, which is why it isn't surprising to see millionaires and billionaires, professionals and CEOs sport the best work offices.
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  10. Building a Proper Office in Your Home

    Building a Proper Office in Your Home
    Even if you’re out of space, it is not impossible to build a little private office for yourself. These practical tips will help you build your dream office no matter the size of your home.
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