Jose Palomino

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Keeping your mind fit can be even more of a daily challenge than keeping your body in shape. But for us businesspeople — in every industry — the way we think can fundamentally affect the success of our company. Keeping our thought patterns positive and effective is essential in our day-to-day lives.

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The eight-hour workday was invented by Henry Ford way back at the turn of the 20th century. Back then, it was an attractive alternative to workers who were accustomed to 12-hour workdays, and the nationwide adoption of the

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Toxic thought patterns can be a hindrance to our happiness both at home and in our workplace. If our minds stick to dangerous areas, it can spread to and affect the health of our

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Once one of the most-used social media websites on the planet, Twitter has been falling into an era of decline at an alarming rate. Millennials, the most active and up-to-date users of social media on the daily, are no longer using

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Instant noodles are a staple in the diet of every college student and starving artist in the world. Everyone has heard of famous brands like Nissin Cup of Noodles, Maruchan, and Nissin Chikin Ramen. Most people have

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If your life is anything like mine, then you probably have days when you think your business card should include “Task and Idea Juggler.” For many of us — myself included — it can be difficult to remember to

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With more and more business services becoming automated, it feels like every day we lose a little bit more of the human side of sales. Customer service helplines cycle callers through a handful of machines before they ever speak to a real human, and online ordering means

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18th century physician Edward Jenner earned his place in the history books by creating the first vaccine and effectively curing the deadly smallpox virus. Generations of people remember him for his contribution to the well-being of the entire world. He was more than just

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