left brain — lifehacks, business, tech

Nine Common Signs You Will Be Laid Off in the Near Future

Downsizing can happen to any company, even when things are going well. Here are some common signs you will be laid off in the near future.

How to Inspire Others in the Workplace on a Daily Basis

Workplace teams thrive on prupose and a sense of motivation. Here's hopw to inspire others in the workplace each and every day.

Seven Helpful Examples of Professionalism in the Workplace

Professionalism is key to the creation of an effective work environment. This article will give examples of professionalism in the workplace.

Overhearing Someone Talking About You at Work: What to Do

Overhearing someone talking about you at work can be uncomfortable. Check out these tips to make sure you avoid these situations in the future.

Staying Positive at Work in Tough Times: A Basic Guide

Staying positive at work during tough times is difficult but not impossible. Check out our guide to learn how to better cope with challenges at work.

Helpful Car Driving Tips for Beginners in the USA and Beyond

Nervous about driving extensively here in the states? Here are some of the most important car driving tips for beginners in the USA.

What to Look for When Renting an Apartment Checklist

Moving into a new place soon? Here's our What to Look for When Renting an Apartment Checklist. Click right here to read more.

Tips for Working Full-Time and Running a Small Business

Many founders had to start their own companies while working a full-time job. Here are our tips for working full-time and running a small business.

Top Business Books of All Time that You Should Read ASAP

Your business education doesn't have to stop when you graduate. Here are the top business books of all time, packed with helpful tips.

How to Apologize to a Friend for Being Rude (and Mean It)

Maintaining friendships is important for all of us. Here's how to apologize to a friend for being rude and work to resolve the issue.

Negotiating Used Car Price Over Email: Getting the Best Deal

Negotiating used car price over email can seem intimidating at first. But if you make use of these tips, the process will go much more smoothly.

"I Can’t Get Out of Bed in the Morning" - Possible Solutions

If you've been saying to yourself, "I can't get out of bed in the morning," the underlying issue could be many different things. Click here for more.

right brain — entertainment, music, the arts

Interview: Culinary Pros Talk Food, Work, and Passion

We talked to two culinary professionals about what makes great food and wine worth seeking out. Check out the full interview here.

What Equipment Do You Need to Start a Podcast? - A Guide

So what equipment do you need to start a podcast? Well, it depends on what you want to make and how many people will be involved. Read more here.

Interview: Denny Sila on Raising a Jazz Piano Prodigy

Coach and mentor Denny Sila discusses helping his son, jazz prodigy Joey Alexander, develop his own artistic sensibility. Click here for more.

The Importance of Art and Culture in Our Life: A Guide

In the digital age, we're in danger of forgetting our cultural roots. Here you'll find our argument for the importance of art and culture in our life.

List of Social Activities for Adults: Fun Ideas to Try Today

It can be hard to decide what to do with friends when everyone has busy schedules. Click here to check out our list of social activities for adults.

Books for Guys Who Don’t Like to Read - The Idea Trader

Have you been away from reading since high school? Here are some great books for guys who don't like to read. Click here for details.

Can I Become a Graphic Designer Without a Degree?

You may be asking, "Can I become a graphic designer without a degree?" You can, but it will take a lot of work and dedication. Click here for tips.

The Plan Behind the Packaging: Leading Designers Moree Wu and Sijia Zhang Give a Pre-Holiday Crash Course on the Importance of Design

The holidays are a time of year when commercial design is prominent. From the boxes that hold our most coveted wishlist gifts to the timeless posters of classic Holiday movies, the holiday season seems like one big competition to gain your attention. While we tend not to think about the hands and minds behind many […]

Bassist Ole Kirkeng on the Ins and Outs of Being a Musician in 2018

Ever since the days of Napster and the subsequent digitization of music, the entire industry has been undergoing all kinds of changes, suffering some inevitable growing pains along the way. And the rise of independent record labels and artists has decentralized how music is produced and listened to, ultimately to the public’s benefit. Ole Kirkeng […]

Weekly Update, 9/30/18

New Paint Aims to Cool Buildings A new polymer coating has been proven to reflect a majority of solar energy. The polymer uses a network of micro cavities to reflect light rather than trapping it. The most immediate practical application of the new material is for it to be used by construction companies, in particular […]

Weekly Update, 9/2/18

Nintendo Fans Await ‘Animal Crossing’ Switch Announcement This past summer’s E3 was missing some major players. For one, there was no announcement from Nintendo of a new ‘Animal Crossing’ game for the Switch. Then, just last week, Nintendo released a statement concerning a whole bunch of games coming to the console early next year, including […]

UN Report on US Poverty Puts the Blame on Politics

A United Nations report on poverty in the US released this week cited levels of inequality to be increasing under Trump’s presidency. Despite being considered the “land of opportunity,” the report states that the US has some of the highest rates of infant mortality, child poverty, income inequality, and incarceration rates in the developed world. […]

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