Harib Shaqsy

Videography for Beginners: 10 Must Know Secrets to Get You Started

[ad_1] If you want to create compelling videos, you need to be good at videography, the art or process of making video films. It is an art you must invest time to master, especially if you want to do it professionally. In today’s business market, videography has grown to be strongly linked to video work outside films and television. Commonly referred to as a “one-man show,” a videographer is a jack-of-all-trades career that tackles the recording and editing of raw videos to create a story.The technological improvements from film stock to digital platform helped shape videography as both a career and a hobby for a lot of people. Videographers are usually hired to record footage of different important events and...

Read More

30 Cleverly Designed Fitness Logos for Your Inspiration

[ad_1] Any business logo aims to do one thing best – to represent the brand and show the world what it stands for, no matter what industry the business may be part of. A logo of any bank or financial institution, for example, is often very professional and shows stability and trust. Look at a logo representing a food brand and you’ll probably see something that relates to the kitchen. So when you look at a logo that represents something in the health and fitness sector, what do you expect to see?Making Health and Fitness LogosIt has become evident in the past few years that people are becoming more conscious about their health. They make better choices in every way...

Read More

Why Being a Lazy Manager Is a Good Thing

[ad_1] “Lazy” typically isn’t a word you’d like people to use when describing you, especially in the workplace. But guess what? Being lazy is a good thing! As a manager, you want to help your employees. And that’s great — until it isn’t. When an employee comes to you with a problem, your tendency may be to jump in and offer advice. While your intentions are noble, you may end up helping where it isn’t needed or taking over the conversation altogether. You go into rescuer mode, it’s understandable. You’re trying to add value and help out wherever you can. But at the end of the day, you’re exhausted because you’ve taken on more than you should have, and your...

Read More

Slay Stress: 4 Ideas For People Who Can’t Find Their Calm

[ad_1] Every night is the same thing… You’re lying in bed, but you can’t sleep. You try sleeping on your left side. You try sleeping on your right side. You try sleeping on your back. But still, you’re wide awake. Too many things are going on in your life. You simply can’t shut down your mind. Maybe your relationship is going downhill or your family is falling apart. Maybe you owe more money than you make, and you’re worried about ending up living in a card box on the street. Maybe you’re too busy and the pace of modern life is killing you. But whatever your case is, you can’t cope with stress anymore. And you may think the answer to stopping feeling...

Read More

The Good Fight – How to Get Closer Through Conflict

[ad_1] Fighting in a relationship is not a big problem. How you fight with a mate or a friend is the real issue. John Gottman’s research shows arguments and perpetual issues are healthy in committed relationships as long as couples know how to resolve difficulties as they arise. If you are authentic and honest, you will disagree with your partner, get hurt and be angry at times. Working through hurt and anger are the pathway for true intimacy. Couples that report high satisfaction in their relationships know how to work with the inevitable ruptures or disagreements that come up from time to time. These couples can find humor in the reoccurring themes of their arguments.  On the other hand, making a...

Read More

6 Ways to Embrace Jealousy

[ad_1] “Jealousy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own.” – Unknown    In Mandarin Chinese, “a vinegar jar” is referred to as a person with a jealous nature.As a recovering perfectionist and an overachiever, taming jealousy has been one of my biggest challenge on the self-discovery journey. Truth be told, I had been a giant “vinegar jar” all my life ever since I was little.  The tiniest situation with minimal threat could spark like a matchstick and prompt a strong, acidic inner fire running through my veins in just a second.  It’s like having a built-in radar that can detect any level of external competition going on in the air… “Why can she deserve all the...

Read More

7 Simple Hacks to Develop a Morning Routine that Will Set the Mood for the Whole Day

[ad_1] ‘The early bird catches the worm’ is something that all early morning risers will testify to. When you rise early, you can accomplish a great many things making you more productive.But not everyone is as enthusiastic about mornings, like for instance the night owls. They stay up late into the night, making it difficult to rise in the morning. For such people, early morning is not the apt time of the day. If woken up, they stay irritable and grumpy. If you are not a morning person, but want to have a productive day, you can easily turn your tired disposition into a vibrant and enthusiastic mood with some simple hacks and no, coffee doesn’t feature in them. Hack...

Read More

5 Ways to Conquer Stress When Life is Overwhelming You

[ad_1] I get it, you’re overwhelmed. You feel like you’re being pulled in every direction. When you fall into bed at night you wonder where the day went. You never get any time for yourself. You often give your last ounce of energy to the next person in line who requests another chunk of your precious time. It’s frustrating. You can’t cope with all this stress. You can’t help but wonder, will life always be like this? You know you can’t go on like this for much longer. Something has to change. Have a look at these five stress busting strategies I use when life gets chaotic. 1. Say ‘Yes’ More Often You’ve heard the advice before, just say no!...

Read More

How to Read a Book a Week (52 Books in 52 Weeks)

[ad_1] New year resolutions are something that I don’t share publicly. The goals I write down are personal and most of them won’t be applicable to others. However, I did identify one resolution that I think can be helpful. For the past few years, I’ve stacked books on top of books (virtually) based on recommendations I’ve received from friends, podcast guests, and my personal discoveries. The problem was: I’ve never made the time (and priority) to set up the right systems to read more books. Now, I’m laying out a public challenge to you and myself called ‘The BAW (Book A Week) Challenge’.The goal is simple: read 52 books in one year (one a week; four a month). *Note: Yes,...

Read More

Episode 32: Humanity’s Growth Tension Points

[ad_1] In Episode 22, Dan explained his model of stabilizers and accelerators, and his belief that you can predict the major events in the news. This episode, Peter and Dan discuss how technology is changing the political process around the world, and what this means for entrepreneurs. In this episode: Dan and Peter discuss the work of Deb Roy, who runs the Laboratory for Social Machines at MIT and his deep data experiment with the 2016 U.S. election.
 Dan concludes that he believes that in the short term, government will become more personal and local government will become more important. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS [ad_2] Source link

Read More

Back to Main Page
Support