Late last year, I saw an article in the Atlantic that talked about the Decline of the American Book Lover.
The Pew Research Center reported last week that nearly a quarter of American adults had not read a single book in the past year. As in, they hadn’t cracked a paperback, fired up a Kindle, or even hit play on an audiobook while in the car
At the time, I noted the article for two reasons: Continue reading “Liz Asks: How many books did you read last year?”
If you work remotely, chances are you spend a lot of time on the phone, on web conferences, and virtual meetings. For you to be productive, the other end of the call has to be able to hear you clearly. There can’t be much in the way of background noise. You’ve got to be able to hear them. And the headset can’t be uncomfortable or you’ll be distracted to the point of missing important conversation.
When it comes to headsets, I’ve got SPECIFIC requirements
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Summary: In this article, I hope I can convince you to gather requirements before you buy. It’s the only way to guarantee that you find the best content management system for you. Not for someone else. FOR YOU. Whenever you’re looking to buy more than a simple retail product, you need to know what success looks like. This article includes many strategies to make the search easier, to know what to watch out for and who you can trust. I want you to be wise, savvy, and powerful purchasers. I want you to know how to serve yourselves and your companies well, today and in the future.
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