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How to survive, thrive and scale while working remotely
Is your business prepared to weather this profound period of change? Learn how to succeed while working from home.
11 things you’re paying way too much for (and how to save instead)
When it comes to buying everyday necessities, you rarely question the prices because they’re must-haves in your life.
The Doctor Who Helped Defeat Smallpox Explains What's Coming
Epidemiologist Larry Brilliant, who warned of pandemic in 2006, says we can beat the novel coronavirus—but first, we need lots more testing.
8 Ways for Your Business to Stay Ahead During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Setting direct health concerns aside, it has now become clear that coronavirus will not pass without leaving some long-term business and economic consequences in its wake.
These 8 words are your wake-up call to living a great life
“Press on. Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful (people) with talent. Genius will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.” — Ray Kroc
The "Scary Times" Success Manual
By Strategic coach Dan Sullivan
Coronavirus - Ticking All The Boxes For The Global Elite - David Icke
Ingenious inventions for 2020 with high reviews & tested by our team that are only available Online.
Tech Gadget Trends has kept an eye on sales of new inventions in the last decade, and the following products will sell like hotcakes in the next months of 2020 (each with an average user rating of 4.5 stars).
Dr. David Icke talks about the coronavirus
Want to sound emotionally intelligent in interviews? Avoid these 6 expressions
Nobody will tell you that’s why you didn’t get the job. But an apparent lack of interpersonal skills is often the underlying reason candidates get passed over.
Groundbreaking New Book Shows How to Fight Cancer With Food
Best selling author Liana Werner-Gray has come up with a plan to use food as medicine in her groundbreaking new book. Cancer-Free with Food: A Step-by-Step Plan with 100+ Recipes to Fight Disease, …
Yale Study: This 1 Question Will Instantly Strengthen Your Relationship
A dead easy, research-backed trick for gaining perspective and shutting down arguments.
Wild Birds Unlimited of Paramus, NJ Gets featured on the Bergen Review
Wild Birds Unlimited of Paramus specializes in bringing people and nature together with bird feeding and nature products, expert advice and educational events.
The Truth About Dentistry
It's much less scientific—and more prone to gratuitous procedures—than you may think.
This article was originally published by The Atlantic. Story by Ferris Jabr
What we're all getting wrong about child's pose _and how to fix it.
Sit on your knees, lower your forehead to your mat, walk your finger tips forward, and send your weight into your heels. Voilà, you’re in child’s pose. The magic of this asana is in its simplicity, which is why I always feel so dumb when I can’t do it right. No matter how hard I press, my butt kind of just hovers above my heels. And all that pushing diminishes the bliss.
Ready for spring? 10 New Books That Will Help You Spring-Clean Your Life
Each of these are sure to inspire and motivate you
7 Ways to Know You're in the Wrong Job
How to tell if it's time to find a new profession.
21 tiny things that build major trust with people
If you don’t have trust, you don’t have much…especially when it comes to the relationships with your people. Trust the connective tissue that keeps the beauty deepening. It’s how you find new levels of knowing each other. Of loving each other. Of supporting.
You can achieve anything if you focus on 1 thing
You can achieve almost anything in life…As long as you focus on achieving one thing at a time. It’s a time-tested strategy that’s been shared by many successful people.
Darius Foroux for Bergen Review Media
10 of the coolest things under $25 on Amazon you've probably never seen before.
Amazon it's so chock-full of bargains that it can be difficult to pick out the truly awesome buys.
The Best City For Living An Active Lifestyle In 2020
New Year, new you, right? With “lose weight” and “exercise more” topping the list of New Year’s Resolutions each year and as many of 92 percent of people failing to keep their resolutions at all. Here to help you out with a new study of the best and worst cities for living an active lifestyle in 2020.
Samantha Reed for Bergen Review Media
Age-related memory decline reversed with magnetic pulses to the brain
A compelling study has found that just five 20-minute magnetic stimulation sessions restored an older person's memory to the level of a younger control group
Investing 101: How to start investing if you've never done it before
Erin Lowry of "Broke Millennial" shares her advice on how to take your first steps toward financial freedom.
How to upgrade your economic status (according to Harvard research)
“Just once I’d like to wake up with more time on my hand than hours in the day.” — Will Salas
How 50 year olds can have the brain of a 25 year old, according to study
A popular phrase “older and wiser” refers to the fact that we as human beings gather more life experience and more valuable lessons as we age. But unfortunately, our neurological systems don’t always cooperate.
I Suffered From Back Pain For 2 Years — These Are the 12 Exercises That Got Rid of It For Good
Sometimes it takes an injury to remind you just how important every bone and muscle in your body is. For me, I didn't realize just how important my back, core, and glutes were until I experienced lower back pain.
by Tamara Pridgett for Bergen Review
Wake up! Oversleeping linked to increased stroke risk
A combination of sleeping more than nine hours a night plus midday naps lasting more than 90 minutes increased a person's risk for stroke by 85 percent
Want to Raise Kids With Good Financial Habits? Try Warren Buffett's Genius Advice
Some of the sage's best advice applies to our most important asset--our kids. It's not too shabby for us, either.
When we think of all that we want for our children, for them to be successful, to do well in school, or to just be happy, it can feel lofty and even daunting. But there are plenty of practical, everyday things we can do to help them thrive in simple, but powerful ways.
10 “Polite” Things You Do at Restaurants That Are Actually Quite Rude
You mean well, but those little gestures you’re doing to help the server might make their job harder.