visualized by: Neo Mammalian Studios
The New Year is now starting and a lot of people have already given up their resolutions. What about you?
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Mollycoddle or pinched? Even more young adults are cohabiting with parents at homestead. Why that? No guess that this situation largely results from poor financial condition either due to unemployment or to significantly low income. This presentation outspeaks the data across the US and suggests some tips for how youngs can move on.
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In a Goliath vs David combat model hypothesis, odds are that the former takes the game according to conventional logic. But what if the underdog would take on? This infographic argues that advantages and disadvantages are determined by perception. Could this lead to the assumption that balance is relevant to how we evaluate power?
visualized by: Graphs.net
Great ideas drive the most promising projects. Do you have any? Don’t keep them in the “later drawer”. Get on, take the plunge and start planning. Consider the following useful tips on your way to turn thoughts into tangible achievements.
visualized by: OfficeTime.net
According to an OfficeTime.net survey the average amount of dawdling time at work ranges between 1 and 2 hours per day. The best way to fight something is to know it. Learn which are the most common time killers, what type of time waster you are and how to start fixing this.
visualized by: Joseph LeBaron
How about your last year resolution? Did you make it? And how about 2013? Have you set your goals? Let’s see how the average American plan to walk through 2013.
visualized by: DegreeSearch.org
What makes us happy? Paula Davis – Laack gives us the 10 step path to happiness and DegreeSearch.org shows its creative simplicity off with happy tiles.