Category: People

Baby Boomers: Getting Older Used To Be More Comfortable – Infographic

Baby Boomers: Getting Older Used To Be More Comfortable – Infographic

Getting older is inevitable. Few people are comfortable thinking about aging and losing independence. Senior Care communities that strive to support staying healthy and independent are faced with growing numbers of elderly people, incomes down, health conditions up, and a wealth of new technologies hitting the market. How are communities...

Netflix’s Hastings on Hunt for Next ‘Arrested Development’

Netflix’s Hastings on Hunt for Next ‘Arrested Development’

In today’s “Movers & Shakers,” Bloomberg’s Betty Liu reports on Netflix’s CEO, Reed Hastings, and the company’s in talks for another season for “Arrested Development.” She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

The Power Of Brand Advocacy – Infographic

The Power Of Brand Advocacy – Infographic

What can brand advocacy do for your business? They can create awareness of your brand, help increase your sales, and increase consumers’ trust in your brand. 50% of advocates recommend a brand because they had a good experience with a product or service. This Infographic was created using information from...

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Career Change: Every Skill And Experience is Transferable – Connect The Dots

Ever had the idea, need or felt the force of changing your career? Most people have, but can’t find the right time, and courage, to jump ship and make the switch to something different. Sad. In today’s competitive job market we all have been told “be an expert in what...

Digital Attacks: Something To Think About – Infographic

Digital Attacks: Something To Think About – Infographic

In honor of the 66th Anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident’s reporting, we’ve created a fun, alien-themed review of the changing battlefield for smartphone and tablet users and how digital invaders are after their private and personal information. With more than 1 billion mobile devices now used in the US...

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