Happy New Year! Now that you’ve had a chance to relax and celebrate a bit, are you ready to dive back into productivity? January tends to be a month filled with newfangled goals as you embark on fulfilling your resolutions or simply adjusting old habits. As you reflect on the past year, can you think of some areas in your life that you could use assistance with? The answer is likely “yes”, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that! We all need a helping hand sometimes. Likewise, we could all use more time to focus on the things that light our personal fires.
GetAssist’s CEO Bruce Fikowski sat down with Global News Calgary’s Joel Senick to talk about the state of social media today and the recent data collection controversies.
With headlines in the news like:
‘Facebook Decides What’s Best For You’
‘Facebook Knows You Better Than Mom, So Can Anyone Else’
‘Twitter Showing More Of Some Kinds Of Tweets, Less Of Others’
‘YouTube Blocks Keywords That Might Not Be PC’
…it has left many people frustrated, losing interest, losing their voice and wondering, isn’t there something else out there?
Fresh air, good music, and great company—what more do you need? It doesn’t matter what kind of music you like; there’s a festival for you. Whether you’re going to your first music festival or you’re a music-loving pro, this list will help you get the most out of your experience.
Have you ever had one of those perfect moments in life when everything seemed to just click? Or maybe a dear wish came true? They say those are the moments that memories are made of. Well, granted, some moments in life are more heartfelt than others, but each one is worthy of our appreciation and gratitude for one reason or another. And all too often, magic moments go unrecognized. Here are 15 Ah-ha moments that we think deserve to be added to the memory jar:
Online groups of any nature all have one thing in common: they are powerhouses of collaboration. Okay, they have one more thing in common: they all have a fearless leader.
As a kid, summers were thrilling, action-packed and completely free. Fun was our only endgame.
We are a nation obsessed with weight. Even though we’ve gone from idolizing anorexic models to athletic fit-chicks, we’ve never taken the focus off weight. We only teeter between who’s carrying too much and who’s not carrying enough.
“Though there are many fewer newspapers, we all speak headlines now,” says Tom Leonard, District 93, Michigan House Republicans.
We live in an age of skimming. We skim through headlines, newsfeeds, magazine articles, school papers that come home in our children’s backpacks. Let’s face it—serious reading has taken a major hit. If it doesn’t catch our interest in the first few seconds or isn’t said in 140 characters or less, we grow restless and move on.