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Ways to Boost your LinkedIn Profile

Ways to Boost your LinkedIn Profile

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com | Recently, the Department of Labor and Employment in the Philippines stated that over 150,000 job vacancies are available online this year.  PhilJobNet (PJN) is the government’s official job search portal for the unemployed. They even mentioned how LinkedIn and other social media sites can be used to access the said platform and can provide the applicants feedback on the results of their job applications, ...

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Insights of UX design that you must know

Insights of UX design that you must know

Negosentro.com | The user Experience(UX) design is not about graphical or visual interface, it is totally based on scientific knowledge & intersecting point where behavioral science, web development and domain determined knowledge can meet together. Graphical user interface is not the focal point for UX designers but they always focus on user-friendliness and how the site is working for a user. UX design is more than graphics design so you ...

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Anatomy of a Startup

Anatomy of a Startup

by Sudhir Ahluwalia | Negosentro.com | Case study of Easter Egg Sandeep Sangli was fond of his beer. He went to a local pub in Bengaluru, India. He liked the beer and its flavor. He liked it so much that he wanted to gift it to his friend. The option available to him was to buy a pint and personally take it to his friend’s home. But his friend is located out of ...

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Online English Teaching — now considered as a modern noble profession

Online English Teaching — now considered as a modern noble profession

by Kyla Camille | Online teaching has become one of the most popular career nowadays. For example, in 51Talk, the country’s fastest growing online English Language Teaching (ELT) platform, there are currently about 6,000 online teachers and counting. As many may want to consider teaching online, one must understand that it is as noble as classroom teaching and as professional. Here are the most common myths and the actual truth ...

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Top 20 Most Popular WordPress Plugins

Top 20 Most Popular WordPress Plugins

by Kyla Camille | Negosentro.com | WordPress plugins are easy to use and make your site feature rich and noticeable. Plugins are bit of application that play a vital  role in extending the functionality of word press site.They not only helps to boost seo however also check the security of your site. Plugins provide your word press site more flexibility and ability to perform more functions such as swift loading, ...

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Start-ups at Bengaluru for Surge 2016

Start-ups at Bengaluru for Surge 2016

by Sudhir Ahluwalia | Negosentro.com | Startups from across India and seventy countries congregated together in Bengaluru, India on the 23rd and 24th of February 2016.  These were largely technology startups. There were more than five thousand of them from seventy countries that attended this global technology business event. It was organized first time in India by Paddy Cosgrave and his Irish Web Summit team.  Bengaluru also known as Bangalore is ...

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Getting a job using your second language

Getting a job using your second language

Negosentro.com | Knowing other languages ​​in a world that, thanks to globalization, has forced us to be bilingual and almost makes us forget our mother tongue, definitely comes in handy when looking for a new job. Numbers do not lie, today, nearly 60% of the job offers require the candidate to master a second language. English and German are taking the lead in the list for the most popular languages ...

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Richard Branson: Screw it, just do it

Richard Branson: Screw it, just do it

Decades had passed, still, successful entrepreneur Richard Branson hasn’t lost his charms and the way he runs his brand. He possesses a certain aura that makes him inspiring towards other entrepreneurs. “Most young people with good ideas … will find that 99 percent of people will give them every reason why their idea’s been done before or why it’s not a good idea or why they’re going to fall flat ...

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Talk About Life – Helping Your Teens Prepare for the Real World

Talk About Life – Helping Your Teens Prepare for the Real World

by Kyla Camille | Negosentro.com | For generations we have been making life easier on our children. There was a time when kids would come home from school and instead of going out to play or hitting the books, they were expected to lend a hand at home or in the family business. Over time the rules changed so that today there are really very few parents who actually expect ...

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4 Important Lessons You Will Never Learn from School

4 Important Lessons You Will Never Learn from School

Negosentro.com | One of the biggest responsibilities of parents is to give their child a proper education. In the regular Philippine setting, children are expected to attend school and be good to be able to get a decent job. But guess what? After 15 or more years of studying (and actually being good at it), there are more important things you will never learn from the four corners of your ...

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10 Cool Ways Great Leaders Stay Calm

10 Cool Ways Great Leaders Stay Calm

by Travis Bradberry | via Success | The ability to remain calm under pressure is a massive predictor of success. In this article, originally posted on LinkedIn Pulse, I provide 10 strategies you can start using today. The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance. At TalentSmart, we have conducted research with more than a million people and found that 90 percent of ...

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11 No-Brainer Ways to Handle Confrontation

11 No-Brainer Ways to Handle Confrontation

via YEC | You probably hate confrontation just as much as the next guy, right? And it’s probably because 1.) you’re scared that the conversation is going to be terribly awkward and so you put it on the backburner; or 2.) you’re frustrated but don’t want to make a big deal of it and so you just bottle it up. Wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Neither option is good for handling ...

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