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What Things To Look At When Investing In A Startup?

Investing in startups is the new black – everyone wants to do it. And with the JOBS Act Title III going into power this May, everyone will be able to invest in private companies. 972 more words

Evaluating with Google Drawings

Evaluate (v) – to determine the significance, worth, or condition of usually by careful appraisal and study (Merriam-Webster).

Evaluating is a  fundamental 21st Century skill and according to P21.org in order “to be effective in the 21st century, citizens and workers must be able to create, evaluate, and effectively utilize information, media, and technology.” This is coupled with the need of all historians and social studies students to be able to evaluate evidence and ideas in order to draw conclusions on the past to make connections and better decisions for the future. 680 more words

Middle School

5 Ways to Make Your Next Big Speech Successful

Imagine you are a caterpillar, a very hungry caterpillar. You look around and what do you see? Right in front of you there are apples, pears, strawberries, sausage, and cake. 1,807 more words

Public Speaking

10 Thing You Should Know About Your Competition

While it is important to evaluate your own business from time to time, it is equally important to evaluate your competition. Here are ten things you want to know about your competition. 380 more words


The Unconventional Man

Have you ever considered that stories are just data with a soul? Well, Raul Alvarez, Jr, a Chief Communicator, Storyteller & Synergist, certainly has. In fact, he has not only considered it, but he has made storytelling a main part of his career. 280 more words

About belief...

When people ask me what belief is like i explain that its almost like a processing machine in the middle of my being. Info goes in on the one side, processed through core values, and then comes out either as a belief or a fly by comment…belief is strong. 425 more words

Performance Management on Trial: To Keep or Not to Keep. Is that Really the Question?

Some 20 HR professionals gathered on the morning of March 22 to discuss Performance Management on Trial; an intimate Forum led by People and Strategy editor Anna Tavis. 877 more words