This 15-minute talk by Prem Rawat, from his recent series of Lockdown talks, is absolutely brilliant. If you're wondering why the world is having such a hard time these days -- and what the simplest solution for its troubles might be -- here's the medicine. PS: It doesn't matter what "path" you walk or what religion you practice, peace is peace for everyone. Just like water is water for everyone, no matter what their seeming differences might be.
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Vote 2020: ACT list makes gun lobbyist and climate change denier electable

The Act party has placed a gun lobbyist and a climate change sceptic school teacher at third and fourth place on its parliamentary list for the September 19 election.On the most recently published public polling, this week's One... [Author: [email protected]]
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Coalition plays down reports of permanent $75 rise in jobseeker payment

Social services minister says any talk of permanent change in unemployment payment will be for after coronavirusDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsThe Australian government insists it is focused on the next phase of “short-term measures” to support people through the coronavirus pandemic amid reports it is considering a permanent $75 per week lift in unemployment benefits.The government has b...
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One star reviews: Auckland businesses' Google ratings attacked by trolls

Internet trolls have targeted two Auckland businesses with a co-ordinated wave of fake reviews.The business owners say the dozens of reviews are damaging their brands and raised questions about who is orchestrating them.Police,... [Author: [email protected]]
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VOTE 2020: Greens back wealth taxes, ACC reform, guaranteed minimum incomes

By Pattrick Smellie The Green Party has launched its first major new policy for the September 19 election, ditching its previous advocacy of a capital gains tax for wealth taxes targeted at people with more than $1 million in assets... [Author: [email protected]]
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Twitter will refine fact-checking labels on tweets linking COVID-19 to 5G

Labels are showing up in tweets with the words 'frequency' and 'oxygen'
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Facebook starts rolling out Dark Mode feature to iOS devices

Dark Mode may be activated through the Settings & Privacy menu
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Are You In a City Where You Can Earn the Most?

According to Bloomberg, median earnings for women entrepreneurs vary widely across the U.S., according to a new analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data by Volusion, an e-commerce store service.Entrepreneurs make up 7.7% of the total female workforce in the United States, earning a median annual income of $40,000. Women running their own businesses are making the most in Denver and Alaska.Read more at Bloomberg. Illustration credit Bloomberg.  Source:  Volusion. [Author: Laurel Delaney]
Tags: Sales, Bloomberg, United States, Denver, U S Census Bureau, Laurel Delaney, Women Entrepreneurs, Women-run Businesses, Volusion, Alaska Read, Earn The Most, Median Annual Income, Bloomberg Illustration

Summer job 2020 prospects + 12 tax tips if you do get hired

A new study says young people looking for summer jobs should see more of these signs, just later in the season. Summer is so different this year. That's especially true for young people, who, depending on their ages, look forward to just messing around, going to camp or getting a job. Most kiddos already have been messing around for months. Hey, parents who are trying to telecommute (or really commute if they have essential jobs) and also home school during a global pandemic can only do s...
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Are travel tax subsidies a good idea?

On May 18, 2020, President Trump was meeting with some restaurant execs and suggested a few tax law changes to help the industry. This included "r estor e the restaurant deduction to help jobless restaurant workers" He also suggested: " Create an “Explore America” — that’s “Explore,” right?  Explore America tax credit that Americans can use for domestic travel, including visits to restaurants." On June 22, 2020,  Senator McSally (R-AZ)  introduced S. 4031,  American Tax Rebate and In...
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Mellonsfolly Ranch: Entire town for sale in New Zealand captures foreigners' attention

Got a spare $11.6 million burning a hole in your pocket? Well, have we got a deal for you.An entire town, complete with a manuka honey business, is currently for sale in New Zealand - and some rich foreigners already have their... [Author: [email protected]]
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Metal Slug mobile game in the works from Pokémon Unite developer

The game is currently known as Metal Slug Code: J
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These are the best cheap Xbox Live Gold deals for July 2020

If you are trying to ease the boredom of being stuck at home, we have found an Xbox Live Gold deal for you.
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The best Nintendo Switch deals and bundles for July 2020

We've smoked out the best deals, featuring Mario, Super Smash Bros., and more
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Locked Twitter account sparks hope for new Prince of Persia game

The Twitter account fuels rumors that a new game is on the way
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Reserve Bank gets budget boost

The Reserve Bank has welcomed a significant funding boost that will see its budget increase from $80 million in 2019/20 to $111.7 million next year.Finance Minister Grant Robertson said the increase recognises that the number of... [Author: [email protected]]
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6 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom

Want to retire early? Wish you had the time and money to do what you really want? Just take these six steps to financial freedom. On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss how to accumulate a nest egg which will support the lifestyle you dream of. Here’s a summary of that discussion. It’s easier than […] The post 6 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
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World Cup 2023 will be a massive boost for women's sport – but does it make financial sense?

In the early hours of the morning, we learned Australia and New Zealand won their historic joint bid to host the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup.It's the first time two nations from different football confederations (Asia and Oceania)... [Author: [email protected]]
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Under Armour wants to end $280M UCLA deal, but university is fighting to keep it

WESTWOOD — UCLA officials are resisting attempts by Under Armour to terminate a 15-year apparel and footwear contract with the school, university officials confirmed Saturday. “UCLA Athletics learned this week that Under Armour is attempting to terminate its 15-year apparel and footwear contract with us and the Bruin community. We are exploring all our options to resist Under Armour’s actions,” UCLA Athletics Director Dan Guerrero said in a statement. “We remain committed to providing our hard-w...
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Startups Weekly: US visa freeze is latest reason to build remote-first

Editor’s note: Get this free weekly recap of TechCrunch news that any startup can use by email every Saturday morning (7am PT). Subscribe here. While the US tech industry relentlessly tries to do business with the rest of the world, this week it became further embroiled in national politics. High-skill immigration visas have been suspended until the end of the year by the Trump administration, precluding thousands of present and future startup employees and founders from coming to the US and bui...
Tags: Apple, Startups, TC, New York, Supreme Court, China, Ipo, New York City, US, Tech, Silicon Valley, Robinhood, Anthony, Anthony Ha, Gdpr, Alex Wilhelm

Upcoming STEM Virtual Forum Promotes Women in the Field

If there is anything the lockdown has shown, it is the importance of technology. And the technologies people used to work, communicate and play are the result of STEM-based education. And the Executives’ Club of Chicago is looking to get more girls in those fields with the annual Women in Technology Forum event. Degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are still dominated by males. This is despite the fact more female students are taking up these courses than ever. Ho...
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The story of Ed Dwight: the man who nearly became the first African-American to reach space

Ed Dwight may not be remembered by many space aficionados, but he very nearly became a household name, spoken in the same breath with John Glenn and Yuri Gagarin. In the early 1960’s, Dwight nearly became the first African-American to reach space. Born in Kansas City, Kansas in 1933, Dwight’s father, Ed Dwight, Sr, played second base for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro League. His mother, Georgia Baker Dwight, encouraged the boy from a young age, and Ed Jr. became an avid reader, able to w...
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How to watch Legion online: Stream the superhero drama for free

This psychedelic superhero show will be your new summer obsession. Here's how to watch it for free online.
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Social media in crisis: Coca-Cola joins Facebook boycott

Coca-Cola has become the latest brand to boycott Facebook as the social network grapples with how to deal with hate content.After its shares crashed on Friday, Facebook announced a new plan to label all rule-breaking posts, even... [Author: [email protected]]
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Google to start paying some publishers for news

Google says it will start paying some publishers for their news content, in a move that could pave the way for reduced tensions between the internet search giant and the beleaguered news industry. Read More Faafoi hints at Facebook/Google... [Author: [email protected]]
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How to Train Your B2B Salespeople

The following list of ideas about training salespeople is for those in B2B sales training or who aspire to train others. Many ideas come from my experience as a person being trained to sell, with a few coming from watching others, and more from my own experiences. Respect the Sales Force’s Experience: I once watched a sales trainer explain to the people in his training that the way they were selling was wrong, that it needed to change, or they would continue to struggle. There was no evidence th...
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Nike warns of job cuts during shift to digital 'swoosh'

Nike warned of job cuts Friday after the sportswear retailer reported a $790 million quarterly net loss.
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IIM Bodh Gaya Faculty Non-Teaching Vacancy Recruitment 2020

Faculty and Non-Teaching Vacancy Recruitment in IIM Bodh Gaya 2020 Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bodh Gaya, Bihar belongs to the prestigious IIM family of business schools. It is a new generation IIM, set up by the Government of India. ( = || []).push({}); IIM Bodh Gaya (IIBG) invites online applications from suitable candidates for Recruitment of following... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
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How to watch Killing Eve online: Binge the crime drama for free

Here's how you can stream and binge BBC's sexy, funny, and addictive spy thriller Killing Eve for free online.
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Diana Clement: Post-Covid recession, unemployment, likely until 2022

If you're thinking "whew we dodged a bullet" over Covid-19, think again. Healthwise, New Zealand did, at least so far. But the coming recession is inevitable and it is going to be like no-one alive has experienced. What's your plan?... [Author: [email protected]]
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