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5 Ways Learning Can Help Your Business During The Coronavirus

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Today, more than any other time in history, online learning is happening all over the world—whether you’re listening to podcasts, taking online courses, or reading, you are doing some form of distance learning.
At this moment, we still don’t know how life will change …

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Post-Coronavirus, How Telemedicine Could Upend The Healthcare System.

The future of our healthcare

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The global coronavirus pandemic has accentuated major failures in our healthcare system. The number of patients needing treatment for the virus itself is off the charts, while shortages in supplies and professionals raise fears that not everyone that needs treatment will get it. Simultaneously, …

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How To Foster A Culture Of Connection In The Digital Age

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From our laptops and smartphones, we can instantaneously exchange information with anyone, anywhere, 24/7/365. The emergence of and dependence on digital correspondence have revolutionized how we communicate at work. In addition to email, instant messaging and even text messaging have become acceptable forms of workplace communication.
We are increasingly connected …

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What Advice Are Venture Capitalists Giving To Startups In Light Of The Coronavirus Crisis?

The coronavirus pandemic is broadly affecting businesses globally, but it is affecting startups particularly hard. In this article, I have gathered some key advice to startups from leading venture capitalists and others connected to the venture industry.1. Cash Runway Is Paramount
“We suggest you question every assumption about your business, …

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The 10 Biggest MISTAKES You Are Probably Making With Your Estate

Building your estate isn’t just financial planning- it’s about values, principles, and defining your … [+] legacy.

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1- Only Passing On Money, Not Values
Don’t get bogged down in trying so hard to pass on tax-free money that you forget the most important …

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Medical Device Entrepreneur Designs Emergency Ventilator, At $10,000 Price Point, To Battle Coronavirus

BreathDirect’s emergency ventilator

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Medical device entrepreneur Darren Saravis was awake at 4 a.m. one night recently worrying about what he could do to help in the fight against coronavirus. The CEO of Long Beach medical-device engineering firm Nectar, Saravis decided to start a new firm, called BreathDirect, …

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Creating Hope In Time Of Crisis: JPMorgan Chase Leads Positive Change In Response To COVID-19

Just a few weeks ago, I was rushing into a neighborhood hole-in-the-wall to pick up my morning chai latte. The barista and I chatted like we did everyday—about our days, our families and my wild 2-year-old’s antics. But something was different that morning—the normally-animated and chatty barista …

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Huxton: Simple, High Quality And Easy To Use Cannabis Products

CJ & DJ

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Warren Bobrow=WB: Why cannabis? What was your (both) of your path to the plant?
Chelsea and Dustin Johnson=DJ and CJ: Our mother shattered her knee cap in the early 2000s and was prescribed increasing amounts of opiates for over 10 years. When the …

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The ‘Quarantine Hoodie’ Organizes All Your COVID-19 Essentials

The Quarantine Hoodie has all your Coronavirus needs handled

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If the Coronavirus crisis teaches us anything, it’s that you should never leave home without an arsenal of defenses and safety measures to keep contagions at bay. At least we have the Quarantine Hoodie to organize all our …

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