Sometimes, you don’t need millions to better a life. Sometimes, only a little contribution can make all the difference. Charity trusts and NGOs around the globe do whatever it takes to better lives of millions. We can join them in our own way.

Local search. No, you don’t have to sort through vendors from here to Timbuktu. Local search technology now makes finding someone downtown as easy as finding someone anywhere. If you use Google, you only have to enter a place name along with your keyword to get a list of local businesses. Try “wedding planner fargo” (without the quotes) and see for yourself.

Negotiating skills are not usually part of our formal Jobs, though we use these skills all day, every day. These skills are at the very core of both our professional and personal lives. It doesn’t matter if we run General Motors or the corner snowball stand or our households, we all have to communicate and convince effectively.

Don’t only go to the conference – You know this one already, but you rarely do it, probably because your work is project-based so just because you are not at work doesn’t mean you don’t have to work. So you stuff a full-day’s work into a six-hour evening with only basic cable and room service to keep you company. Ok, I’ll give you one night for that because we’ve all been there. But on night two, do something. Go to a play or a movie or show up on the doorstep of a Facebook friend from high school (Disclaimer: One of those actions may result in an arrest). Trust me. Just one night out can make a big difference in how you view your trip.

Marketing Tool. A book is a vital component of an effective marketing plan. Once your book is done, you’ll no doubt sit down and brainstorm with your coaching team, targeting people and places to send complimentary copies for reviews and publicity. This can be an exciting, idea-popping process, and can go a long way towards the creation of a comprehensive marketing plan for your core business.

The exponential rise in crime in all facets of our society; government, colleges and universities, secondary schools, cities and towns, families, and individuals. Although not a crime, suicide is increasing in the US, especially in young people.

Is it too late to call off the apocalypse? Come on, let’s be serious: there is absolutely nothing wrong with QR technology. Despite the latest and greatest advancements from augmented reality like Google Goggles, QR technology remains the single best way to get information to a user in the quickest way possible.

So will QR technology be around forever? I’m not saying that. Is any technology really around forever? The definition of technology requires change and advancement. So do I think that QR technology will never die out? Hardly. What I’m saying is that we’re only in the infant stages of QR. This technology is far from dead – in fact, it’s just beginning to grow.

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