Let’s be honest for a moment to start this topic. The healthcare system in this country is inherently broken. This isn’t just a matter of the wrong people being in charge or prices getting out of hand, while these can be problems. Rather, the fundamental economic principles that keep the industry going have nothing to do with your health as an individual consumer.Read More
Author: Social Campus
Work life, either you love it or you hate it. Well, that’s actually best-case scenario considering you would at least know where you stand on your career path. Unfortunately, most of us fall into another category when it comes to are the current line of work or career. We don’t really like the work we do but we don’t necessarily hate the work either. There may be things that truly get under your skin but your still kind of comfortable in the position. That’s a very dangerous place to be for anyone.Read More
Good content is hard to find. When you’re hosting a large-scale event, there’s never enough time to handle your regular marketing responsibilities on top of taking the perfect photo for Facebook or thinking of a clever Tweet. The brands that focus on content marketing – like promoting their events on social media with photos, blog posts, videos and infographics – are seeing massive returns on their investment.Read More
Many of you email me and ask me how I managed to get featured in major publications both on Medium and off Medium (like CNBC). There’s no point holding onto the strategies. I could get hit by a bus tomorrow and then no one gets to benefit from what I’ve learned. I want you all to share your message so I can selfishly read it to and be inspired. Enough preamble, sarcasm and pointless self-promotion. Let’s get to the advice.Read More
Many who are probably wealthier than you (Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, etc.) have defined success differently. True, they have great wealth, but they have also come to understand that a successful life is one of balance – of passion for the work you do, of taking time to self-reflect, of giving back, and of building relationships. Through the years, I have learned a few things about getting to success.Read More
Lump a bunch of MIT researchers into an Uber and they’ll come out with a thesis. In this case, a new study titled The Economics of Ride-Hailing: Driver Revenue, Expenses and Taxes reports that Drivers for Uber and Lyft make a median hourly profit of only $3.37 and that 74% of drivers earn less than minimum wage.Read More
For most of us, the non-eating portion of our lunch hour typically consists of browsing through forums and news sites, making small talk with colleagues or staring at our phone. In truth, all that time squandered adds up. What could you do to improve your life and emotional well-being if you devoted just one hour a day to it?Read More
Life is a matter of priority and decision. Rather than burying your head in social media day in and day out, wasting hours staring idly at the screen, invest your time in strengthening something of value, like yourself.Read More
Overstock.com and cryptocurrency…two things we haven’t mentioned in a while. But both came to our attention after the WSJ highlighted an SEC probe into the mysterious world of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).Read More
Finding inner peace is something we all hope for, but like anything else, it takes some work to achieve. Peace can seem elusive and it is easy to let negative thought streams or destructive emotions block the inner peace that resides inside us. If we know what to look for, we can prevent these negative emotions before they become habits that prevent us from finding inner peace.Read More
Smoking has far-reaching consequences that are subtle enough for the layman to ignore. Its harm to the body is well established but modern research links smoking with decreased social life and work performance.
The indirect burden of smoking falls directly on the company’s books. Hence, major corporations discourage smoking in the workplace.
I have realized that the things I’ve learned about social media actually apply more broadly to life. The key differentiator between those who achieve a lot of success online are these 5 characteristics.Read More
What do people want when they talk about being successful? Some of us might want things such as a yacht, private island, or a jet. Others want to feel like they belong and have great relationships with their family and loved ones.
We end up wanting things without knowing exactly why.
Neuroplasticity isn’t some kind of new Play-Doh for kids, it’s the power your brain has to rejuvenate and create the life you want. Neuroplasticity – or brain plasticity – is the brain’s ability to modify its connections or rewire itself. Without this ability, any brain, not just the human brain, would be unable to develop from infancy through to adulthood. It has now been proven the brain continues to learn and rejuvenate itself as new data is received and stored.Read More
Whether you like it or not, your existence on this planet is made up of a series of pitches. You pitch to get into school. You pitch to get a girlfriend. You pitch to get a job or start a business. You pitch to get married. You pitch to have kids etc. So, what are many people doing wrong? In this article, we will cover that exactly.Read More
What if you never took another selfie again? That’s the question I want you to ponder right now. We all take selfies because that’s what we were told to do, and that’s exactly why we need to question this habitual flaw that we’re now indulging in.Read More
In relative wealth, the Rothschild’s were the richest family in history. Starting in the 1800s, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, along with his five children set up a banking empire that would spread across Western Europe and do business all over the world.Read More