They say that listening to Mozart makes a person smarter, but it is not only classical music that boosts mental activity.
Nine out of 10 workers perform better when listening to music, according to a study that found 88pc of participants produced their most accurate test results and 81pc completed their fastest work when music was playing.
The new credit-assessment methods appears to be coming from a familiar source. (Mobile Phones)
This process is being used in more than 15 countries across the Caribbean’s, Asia, Europe and even in some African countries like Ghana..
Startups like Lenddo and EFL Global Ltd appear to be reaping huge benefits from this process, non-traditional data appears to be the new method for entering into new market segments that couldn’t be served before.
Proposed borrowers who are previously unbanked and don’t have credit history may now have inroads to accessing small loans.
Article by Gregg Ward CEO of the Gregg Ward Group.
Just about everyone is talking about politics right now, even at work. And, given the current amount of nasty invective, ongoing scandals and campaign wackiness, it’s really tempting to offer up your opinion to your colleagues. But venting about Trump or Clinton in the office is a terrible idea, especially if you’re in management. Here’s why…
The best teams thrive on productive disagreement. Here’s how to plead your case respectfully.
Whatever your feelings toward your boss, the fact is that he or she got to that position because of some combination of experience, expertise, and training. In other words, they earned it. That doesn’t mean you’ll always agree with the decisions your boss makes. Sometimes you’ll even be certain your boss is wrong–either on something small and harmless or much more consequential.
Does the start of your workweek trigger overwhelming feelings of anxiety, sadness, or stress? Do you lack passion and motivation on Monday morning? Are you sluggish or tense? If you’re nodding affirmatively, you might have a case of the Monday Blues.
The ‘Monday Blues’ describe a set of negative emotions that many people get at the beginning of the workweek if they’re not happy at work,” says Alexander Kjerulf, an International Author and on happiness at work. “It contains elements of depression, tiredness, hopelessness and a sense that work is unpleasant but unavoidable.”
Ladies and Gentlemen I think we can appreciate that we are officially in one of the worst economic recessions Nigerians have seen within the last decade.
So how do we survive it? By looking for opportunity and being proactive.
Find below Top 10 Business ideas to survive the recession.