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Why Men Pull Away Review

Meet Your Sweet: Why Men Pull Away

 

Have you ever wondered how the male mind REALLY works?

Why some women get to experience true love and
companionship, while others have to put up with men who
lose interest?

I’m not easily impressed, but this video is incredibly
eye-opening and accurate:

==> Why Men Lose Interest

If you’ve ever felt unappreciated, ignored, or shut out
by a man, then you really need to watch this video right
now:

==> Why Men Lose Interest

Kind regards,

Dr. Allan

P.S. Make sure that you watch this video while it’s still
online.

It teaches you some amazing things about how the male
mind works, and how to be thought of as a desirable woman
who truly ‘gets him’

==> How to be thought of as desirable

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Watch Wharton’s Entrepreneurship Course Online Free with Coursera Audit Option

What an amazing online course, and all for Free! By going through Coursera, you can Audit Wharton’s Entrepreneurship course streaming to your computer for free.

With all the Business Gurus minimizing the need for formal schooling, a lot of people are missing out golden information that could have saved them years of headache and mis-steps.

In this course you will learn how their students came up with the business plan for WarbyParker.com and harrys.com

You will the type of business startups, what type of problems they solve, how to do a Minimum Viable Product, marketing and growth strategies, getting funding, dealing with partners, exit strategies, pivots, LEAN Startup model and more.

Click each link one-by-one below and select the audit course option for each course.  If you click on the Entrepreneurship link that combines 5 courses together, you will not be given the Audit for Free option.  This is why you have to click each of the 4 links individually below one-by-one if you want to Audit the course for free (Watch the Videos, but NOT receive certification/credit).

Entrepreneurship 1: Developing the Opportunity

https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-entrepreneurship-opportunity

Entrepreneurship 2: Launching your Start-Up

https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-launching-startup

Entrepreneurship 3: Growth Strategies

https://www.coursera.org/learn/growth-strategy

Entrepreneurship 4: Financing and Profitability

https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-entrepreneurship-financing-profitabilty

 

As you can see in the Pricing section, there is an option to Audit these courses at no cost.

https://www.coursera.org/learn/wharton-entrepreneurship-opportunity#pricing

Change Footer for Twenty Seventeen WordPress Theme

 

After watching 5 YouTube Videos and 2 Forum threads, I finally found the one solution that works for the twenty seventeen WordPress theme to get rid of and change the “Proudly powered by WordPress” footer at the bottom. You edit the PHP following the video above, at the ECHO command, and add customization by using the Widget Text box for Footer 1 and Footer 2.

Understand People’s Wants and Needs with Maslow’s Triangle

Mindful Meditation Girl

Maslow’s Triangle or Hierarchy of Needs was proposed in 1943 to describe the stages of growth we experience our lives. The stages include physiologic, safety, love/belonging, esteem, self-actualization and self-transcendence.

You can use this as a reference point to understand where people are in their lives, what they might need and what they might want.  In other words, people can use this to understand and find their “Why”.

People can focus on different levels at different points of their lives and can focus on multiple levels at one time, though often times prioritizing them  at differing extents.

Level 1

Physiologic Needs. These include all the basic requirements of survival and can include air, water, food, safety, shelter, etc.  It can be hard to focus on anything else without these things.

Level 2

This includes interpersonal relationships, having a sense of belonging, friends, family and love.

Level 3

Self-esteem and self-respect can be gained by some through a profession, hobby, recognition, contribution or value.  People that are missing this can have an inferiority complex, needing respect from others, seeking fame or glory.

The lower version of esteem seeks respect from others.  The higher version manifests as need for self-respect from things like strength, competence, independence, mastery, etc.

Level 4

Self-actualization is when one reaches their full potential whether it be professionally, artistically, socially, etc.

Level 5

Self-transcendence motivates one to find a higher purpose.  They can have altruistic goals and seek spirituality.

When you meet with people, you can get a sense of their life and their wants and see where it falls in the triangle.

How to carry a conversation with new people

Having a genuine curiosity about the people around you is the general attitude to have when getting to know someone.  Everyone has a story to tell and when you get that story from them, they will feel connected to you.  For some, being understood is one of the greatest feelings you can give them.  These stories may come out naturally.  If not, you can elicit these stories either by asking them or revealing your own personal stories first to entice them to share theirs as well.  For example, if you want to know about their family, you can simply ask, “Do you have any siblings?”  The other option is you can simply talk about your siblings first and then ask, “What about you? Any brothers or sisters?”  Here are some topics you can reveal about yourself or ask her about.

What kind of style do you like on guys?

What was your best job?
What was your worst job?
What kind of work do you do?

Do you have a best friend?

Who is your favorite actor/actress/singer?

What kind of movies do you like?

What pushed your life in this direction?

Ever done drugs before?

Where do you like to shop?

How do you like to relax?

Are you romantic?

Have any pets?

Do you work out?

What is your drink?

What were you like as a child?

Have you ever been cow tipping?

What is your favorite movie?

Do you like coffee?

Where have your traveled to?

Where would you like to travel?

What was the best country you’ve been to?

Have you ever kissed a girl?

Do you have any tattoos/piercings?

Do you play video games?

Where do you like to club?

What is your passion?

What are you studying?

Where were you born?

What’s your nationality?

What languages do you speak?

Where did you grow up?

Do you have any brothers or sisters? What are they doing?

Are you single?

What languages do you speak?

What kind of food do you like?

What are you celebrating?

Are you superstitious?

Do you think men understand women?

Are you a trusting person?

What do you like to do when you are out with your friends?

What do you like to do on the weekends?

Are you artistic?

What do you like to do for fun?

Where do you like to hang out?

Do you like going to museums?

Are you into fashion?

Do you play any sports?

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Can you shoot pool?

What kind of music are you into?

What bands do you like?

Do you like dancing?

Can you cook?

Did you hear about (current event)?

What did you do this morning?

What would you do if you won a million dollars?

Would you ever want to be famous?

What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?

Are you close with your family?

What did you hate most about your ex?

What is your dream?
What makes you happy?
Are you a spiritual person?

What were you like as a child?
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
What was the happiest moment of your life?
What was your dream job as a child?
What are your friends like?

What do you look for in your friends?
What values do you hold most deeply?
What are the most important things in life?
What is the meaning of life?
Do you believe in soul mates?

Do you believe in true love?

Do you believe in romance?

What are you passionate about?

What did you dream of becoming when you were younger?

What was your most embarrassing experience?

What was your wildest experience?

Do you believe in ghosts?

What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?

What television character do you most relate to?

What is your favorite holiday?

What the most spontaneous thing you’ve ever done?

Do you have any talent?

What’s the worst pick-up line you’ve heard?

Ever dated someone you met from a club?

Tell me about yourself?

The list of possible questions goes on indefinitely.  You should never come to the point where you have nothing to talk about or have nothing to say.  When you ask a question, you should be ready to answer it as well.  Have something interesting to say or a good story ready when you ask a question.  Delve deeper into questions rather than rattling off question after question like an interview.  For example, if you are going to ask about her siblings, you can follow-up with what they are like, what they are doing, where are they, their relationships, and stories about you and your siblings.

 

i. Common Interests

As you get to know the other person, you will find out more about her along with her goals, hobbies, interests, history, and passion in life.  These topics will come up naturally in conversation.  If they don’t, you can simply bring up the topic.  When one of these topics arises, you should delve deeper into these topics as they are something your target is passionate about, will likely be interested in talking about it, and we’ll give you a better picture about the type of person she is.

There are three basic responses for when she brings up her interests.  You will be an agreement, feel neutral about the topic, or be in disagreement.  Regardless about your feelings on the topic, you can continue the conversation successfully while still being honest about your feelings.

If you agree with her stance on a topic or share in her interests, you will bond and cultivate your connection with her as long as it comes off as sincere.  This is first done by having a positive response.  “Wow!  I would have never imagined I would meet someone here who is an artist.”  You should only agree if you truly do agree or truly share a common interest.  If you start agreeing with everything, then it will come off as insincere.  Furthermore, you won’t be able to back up your response with details, personal stories, or answer her questions about the topic.  Sharing details you know about the topic and your personal stories will validate that you truly do share this common interest.  “I’m really passionate about my art.  I’ve been painting since I was eight.  I’m actually having my art exhibited at a studio this weekend.  I will send you an invite.”

If you are neutral about a topic, you can still continue an interesting conversation by asking the right questions, relating to her indirectly, and showing a genuine interest and curiosity about the topic.  You may be neutral about a topic simply because you don’t know very much about it or have not been exposed to it in your past.  “I really have no artistic ability, which is probably why I admire artists so much.  What kind of art do you do?”  You can relate to her indirectly by talking about stories in the past that relate to her interests or talking about someone in your social circle that is related to her interests.  “I know nothing about art which is strange because I grew up in an artist family with my father being a musician and my mother and architect.  Although, I did just see the Picasso exhibit….”  If you know absolutely nothing about the topic, simply ask her questions about it that delve deeper than what she is telling you on the surface.  “What inspired you to become an artist?”

If you are in complete disagreement on the topic, it is okay to say so.  It will make the times that you are in agreement more sincere.  Also, it is a hiatus for stimulating conversation.  Though, don’t end up in an argument with your set.  If it is headed in that direction, simply cut the thread and move on to a different topic.  It is also possible to relate to her on a different level.  “I have absolutely no artistic ability, but I really admire creative people.  I feel like all successful people are where they are because of their creativity….”

ii. Personal Stories

After you have built enough comfort and trust, she will start to open up and may begin telling you personal stories about her life and experiences.  Within these stories, pay attention to hints at the type of person she is, what her interests are, and tangential topics that you can discuss.  You can relate to her stories in the same manner as discussed in the prior section.  For example, you can tell similar stories that you have experienced in the past, relate to something she talks about in her stories, or simply ask questions about what she is talking about.  If she begins talking about depressing or tragic situations, show empathy, cut the thread, and then change the topic.  You want your interactions with her to be positive.  You don’t want her to associate negative feelings with being around you.

You should share personal stories about your life as this will build comfort along with her trust in you as she gets to know you as a person.  As mentioned before, telling personal stories can be related either directly or tangentially to the stories she shares with you.  For example, if she talks about some hardship in her past, you can go ahead and share a hardship in your past.  Be cautious not to mention any demonstrations of lower value or other stories that will reflect poorly on you.  This includes stories of you being jealous, psychotic, violent, needy, emotionally unstable, mean, used, etc.  The exception is if she reveals something about her that makes her vulnerable or in a position to be judged poorly.  Then, it would be okay to relate to her and can be important for her to feel comfortable around you.

Your personal stories should reflect a wide variety of topics and give a broad picture about the type of person you are and the values you have.  Your stories should demonstrate your value and be interesting.  They should carry emotional ups and downs to capture your audience.  Humor is a plus when appropriate.

Calibrate your stories to the situation and person you are talking to.  When the mood is up, don’t bring down the crowd by telling a tragic story about your hamster dying when you were 6.  On the other hand, if the mood is low you can empathize with your set with a personal story or choose to lighten up the mood with a happier topic.  You can calibrate your stories by watching the reaction of your audience.  For example, if you are talking to a librarian and she starts wincing or wandering off during your story about dropping ecstasy at the rave last weekend, you should cut that thread and change the topic to your trip to the local art museum yesterday.  By having a wide variety of stories and life experiences to talk about, you should be able to relate to almost anyone out there from all walks of life.

Telling stories can reveal different aspects of your life.  Topics of stories can include your family, friends, childhood memories, hopes, dreams, goals, hobbies, sports, recent events, travel, pets, school, your evolution, recent revelations you’ve had, funny things that have happened to you, events you have been to, interesting interactions you’ve had with people, or even what you had for breakfast.  You don’t have to be a world traveler to tell interesting stories.  Everyone has a story to tell.  This includes the person you are talking to.

Lifetime Risk of Developing Cancer: Approximately 39.0 percent

I’ve got good news and bad news.

First the bad news:

30% of people die before the age of 65. So, if you have 10 friends, three of them are not going to make it.   Or maybe, that person is you.

http://employees.oneonta.edu/vomsaaw/w/psy345/handouts/demograf.pdf

 

Lifetime Risk of Developing Cancer: Approximately 39.0 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer of any site at some point during their lifetime, based on 2011-2013 data.

https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/all.html

 

Thus is the tragedy of life. One day you are watching Star Wars and eating caramel popcorn, and the next you get hit by a bus. Regardless, most of us are going to die one day (see 2045.com). We have no idea how much time we have left, and everyone has a different answer to what happens after we die (but I am certain your answer is the right one).

“This article is terrible so far,” you are saying to yourself right now.

Remember that time you had that idea for a business but talked yourself out of it? Ever worry about what rumors are floating around about you at the office or who is talking trash about you online? Feeling sad about that person that dumped you 17 months ago?

Good news! Eventually you are going to die, and so will everyone that has ever even thought, seen or even heard of you.

 

Procrastination:
It is hard to get motivated to do what you think you should be doing? You lie in bed looking at your Facebook feed, maybe you should get up and do something? But, instead you lie there shifting between your Facebook feed, IG and YouTube on your phone.

Since you don’t have that much time left, maybe it’s time to get something done. Or at least try.

In fact, since this could be your last year on the planet, why not just get your entire bucket list done. So now you are saying…

Nobody will give me a chance – make your own chance. Nobody will hire you? Make your own business. Can’t get a part in a movie? Make your own. Wish you could be a designer? Get a pad or open up Adobe and Start designing today.

I don’t have enough funds/I need investors – Do what you want to do on a smaller scale to get it done. Make a prototype/minimum viable product of your idea. Learn how to and apply for a patent on your own like the inventor of Spanks. Take out your iPhone and start filming your movie. Rent on a short term basis or look for cheaper alternatives to owning/buying.

If you keep waiting for someone else to give you a chance or just the right time or some person of authority before you get started, you will never be in control of your future. How much time do you have to wait? If you get something done, no matter how small the scale or how different than the way you wanted the final product to look, at least you made a starting point, learned from it, can build on it and possibly use that product as a launching point to do it the way you imagined afterwards.

Fear of Being Judged:
Well in 100 years, you will be gone and don’t have to think about that anymore, AND anyone thinking/talking/gossiping about you will be gone too. So…who cares?

Most people won’t really know how you did or what you did with your project or how successful or not it was. Even if they did, it would almost every time just be a passing thought as most people are intently thinking about themselves and what people think of them to think about you very long…or the newest clickbait article on their Facebook Newsfeed.

Risks of Failure:
Mitigate your risk. By starting at a smaller scale to start, you risk less and the mistakes you make are at a cheaper scale so you can recover easier and avoid the same mistake in the future. Studies show by keeping your job and creating your startup part time, you have a 33% chance of lasting longer than someone who jumped full time at the beginning of their startup.

Ego:
Creative people create successful, original ideas by creating the most failed ideas. People assume people are geniuses by their success, because they never see the failed, bad ideas. People are characterized by their greatest success, not their failures. So go out there and fail as fast and as often as possible.

“Wow, that was a terrible motivational article.” Good, now you have some motivation to make a better one…today.

 

How to get into the BS/MD Program

Thoughtful young woman doctor thinking and writing on clipboard over white background

How to get into the BS/MD Accelerated Medical Program out of High School

There are dozens of programs in the United States that will combine your undergrad Bachelor of Science and Medical Degree to become a doctor. Some you can finish in 7 years for your BS and MD and other take 8 years. Some are guaranteed to matriculate from high school to medical school while meeting a minimum undergraduate GPA while others require a minimum MCAT score or require you to out compete other students in your medical program to continue on to medical school.

You will be filling out applications and likely interview at the medical school in order to be admitted.

Check out this site to see which medical schools offer a combined medical program.

 

Combined BS/MD Medical Program List

Albany Medical College
8 year MS/MBA Leadership in Medical Management at Union College, NY
8 year Program in Science, Humanities and Medicine at Siena College, NY
7 year Accelerated Physician-Scientist Program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY

Baylor College of Medicine
8 year Medical Scholar program with Rice University
8 year Guaranteed Admission Program with Baylor University
8 year program exclusively for DeBakey High School for Health Professions seniors
8 year Premedical Honors College with University of Texas-Pan American and South Texas High

Boston University School of Medicine
7 year program of Liberal Arts and Medical Education
8 year Engineering/Medical Integrated Curriculum for BU Engineering sophomore students
Early (sophmore) Medical School Selection Program with 14 institutions and 10 historically minority schools

Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine
8 year Program in Liberal Medical Education
Program with the University of Rhode Island for Rhode Island residents (freshman or sophomore )
Program with Providence College for Rhode Island residents who are sophomores

California Northstate University School of Medicine
6 and 7 year BS/MD programs

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
8 year Pre–Professional Medical Scholars Program

City College of New York Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education
7 year integrated program with CUNY School of Medicine

Drexel University College of Medicine
7 year program for Arts, Science and Business majors
8 year program for Engineering and BME majors
Accelerated, Early Assurance, Scholar and linkage programs
Robert Morris University, Muhlenberg College, Monmouth University, etc.

East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine (for North Carolina Residents only)
8 year Early Assurance Program with ECU
8 year Early Assurance Program with North Carolina A&T State University (NCAT)

Floridia Atlantic University
7/8 year BA/MD program

Florida State University College of Medicine
7/8 year Honors Medical Scholars Program

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
7 year BA/MD program at GWU
8 year BS/MD or BA/MD program at St. Bonaventure University in New York
8 year early selection program as a college sophomore from the following colleges:
Claremont McKenna College, Colgate University, Franklin & Marshall College, George
Mason University, Hampden-Sydney College, Knox College, Lyon College, Rowan University,
Scripps College, St. Bonaventure University, University of Maryland

Hofstra North Shore-Long Island Jewish School of Medicine at Hostra University
8 Year 4+4 B.S.-B.A./ M.D. Program at Hostra Univsersity

Howard University College of Medicine
6 year BS/MD Accelerated Medical Education Program – program details

Indiana University School of Medicine
8 year Rural Health program with Indiana State University – Indiana Residents only
8 year Rural Health program wth University of Southern Indiana – Indiana Residents only
7/8 year B/MD program iwth Univsiery of Evansville

JAMP – Joint Admissions Medical Program – Texas Residents only

Jefferson Medical College with Penn State
6/7 year joint accelerated program with Pennsylvania State University
8 year Medical Scholar Program with University of Delaware freshman only

Loyola University, Stritch School of Medicine, Chicago
8 year Early Assurance Program

Medical College of Georgia
8 year Georgia Regents University Medical Scholar Program

Meharry Medical College
8 year Fisk University – Meharry Joint PreMed Program
7/8 year BS/MD program for African American students

Mount Sinai School of Medicine
FlexMed Program for Fall of sophomre year you can apply from any undergrad college or major

Northeastern Ohio Medical University Formerly known as NEOCOM
6/7 year program , Ohio residents preferred,
Undergrad at The University of Akron, Kent State University and Youngstown State University.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
7/8 year Honors Program in Medical Education
8 year Undergraduate Premedical Scholars Program for NU students only

Penn State College of Medicine at Hershey
At Wilkes University, PA for high school seniors from rural/medically underserved parts of Pennsylvania

Rowan University – Cooper School of Medicine
8 year BS/MD program with University of Sciences (PA) Pen Residents only undeserved

Rush Medical College
Illinois Institute of Technology Honors Program in Engineering for IIT sophomores only

Rutgers – New Jersey Medical School
7 year BA/MD program with 8 institutions
8 year BA/MD program with Montclair State University
7/8 year articulated program with Rutgers University sophomore students only

Rutgers – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
8 year BA/MD program with Rutgers University of New Jersey

State University of New York Upstate Medical School
8 year special admissions programs
Early Assurance Program for College Sophomores

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center
8 year BA-MD program with Brooklyn College
Early Assurance Program with college juniors at Polytechnic University
Early Assurance Program with college sophomores at The College of Staten Island

Stony Brook University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
8 year Scholars in Medicine Program
8 year Engineering Scholars for Medicine

St. Louis University School of Medicine
8 year Medical Scholar Program allows sophomores in program to apply early

Temple University School of Medicine
7/8 year BA/MD program at Temple University students

Texas A & M University System Health Science Center College of Medicine
8 year Partnership for Primary Care Program for Texas residents from underserved areas.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences School of Medicine
8 year BA/MD program for Texas residents only

The Commonwealth Medical College
8 year BS/MD program with University of Sciences

Tufts University School of Medicine
8 year Early Assurance Program for sophomore students from the following institutions: Tufts University, Brandeis University, Boston College, College of the Holy Cross, and Northeastern University
8 year Maine Track Early Assurance program for sophomore students from the following institutions:Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College and University of Maine

University of Alabama School of Medicine
8 year Early Medical School Acceptance Program

University of South Alabama School of Medicine
8 year College of Medicine Early Acceptance Program (EAP)

University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine
8 year Medical Scholar Program at CalTech – (Unclear if program still running)

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
High School Dual Admission Program

University of Connecticut School of Medicine
8 year Combined Program in Medicine Connecticut residents preferred

University of Colorado Denver
8 year BA/BS-MD program

University of Florida College of Medicine
7 year Junior Honors Medical Program for college sophomores from any 4 year college.

University of Hawaii – Manoa
8 year JABSOM Scholar Program: Early acceptance program for entering Hawaii Residents only.

University of Illinois at Chicago School of Medicine
Guaranteed Professional Program Admissions for Illinois residents from high school to med school

University of Louisville School of Medicine
Guaranteed Entrance to Medical School Program with the University of Louisville, KY

University of Miami School of Medicine
7/8 year Honors Program in Medicine
7/8 year Medical Scholar Program for University of Miami sophomores only

University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Medicine
6-year accelerated program Missouri residents preferred

University of Nebraska College of Medicine (for rural Nebraska residents )
8 year Rural Health Opportunities Program with
Chadron State College, Wayne State College and Peru State College

University of Nevada School of Medicine
7 year BS-MD Accelerated Early Admission Program for Nevada residents

University of New Mexico School of Medicine
8 year Combined BA/MD Degree Program for New Mexico Residents

University of Oklahoma
7/8 year Medical Humanities Program

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
8 year Guaranteed Admissions Program

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
8 year Rochester Early Medical Scholars

University of South Florida College of Medicine
7 year combined BA/MD Program with the following institutions:
University of Southern Florida Honors College, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Southern University

University of Texas – Texas Residents only
University of Texas Medical Branch 8 Year conditional acceptance
UT-PACT Program with University of Texas-Dallas and Southwestern Medical Center
Texas (UT San Antonio and UTHSCA) 7 year Bachelor/MD program
Facilitated Acceptance to Medical Education (FAME) Program
A-PRIME TIME Bachelor/MD program at UT Brownsville/El Paso/Pan-American
and UTMB-Galveston or UT-Houston -apply as HS senior or college sophomore -6 year program
Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) for Disadvantaged Texas Residents

University of Toledo School of Medicine
7/8 year BA/MD program with College of Arts and Sciences
8/9 year BS/MD program with College of Engineering

Virgina Commonwealth Univeristy
Guaranteed Admission Program for VCU Honors college sophomores

Washington University in St.Louis School of Medicine
8 year University Scholar Program in Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine
8 year Med Direct Program program works for MD or MD/PhD

West Virginia University School of Medicine
8 year MedSTEP Program with Shepherd University

4 Types of Online Business Ideas

It’s tough to think of the next online business idea that hasn’t been done already. How do you know if an online business is worth investing your time and money into? Here are 4 types of online business models that you can look into, categorize yourself as or give you your next fresh idea.

Margin Disruption

Offer products with a high margin of profit in traditional business at a lower price online by going direct to the consumer. i.e. Dollar Shave Club Oftentimes, these industries have little competition in the traditional market.

Better match supply and demand

Fill a demand for not just products, but services as well. Build software that matches consumers with suppliers as well as reviews. i.e. Yelp Professional Listings

Easier Access and Greater Scale

Make it easier for consumers to access what they want and reach a greater number of people from around the world. i.e. Online Courses, Online Church Streaming, Podcasting

Group Consumption/Rent

Share resources among a group of rated and reviewed renters. For example, if someone owns a home with extra rooms, those rooms could be used at all times and could be rented out online.

What your web browser choice says about your personality.


 

 

 

What your web browser choice says about your personality.

IE vs. Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Safari

Evolv, a company that monitors recruitment and workplace data analysed data from over 30,000 employees. They found that those applicants who installed new web browsers on their computers (Firefox or Google Chrome) perform better and stay in their posts for 15% longer, on average, than those who use the default pre-installed browser that came with their machine (Internet Explorer and Safari).
(http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2013/04/economist-explains-how-browser-affects-job-prospects)

One possible explanation is people that use Chrome and Firefox took an extra step to come up with a solution for a better internet experience for themselves. While on the other hand, people that used Internet explore and Safari were simply using the browser that came with their PC or Mac by default.

Do you look for solutions to things you are dissatisfied with? Do you question why things are done a certain way or do you simply accept the default as well?