Vaccinate Yourself Against 5 Common Flu Myths

Vaccinate Yourself Against 5 Common Flu Myths. It’s flu season again. And now, along with the barrage of helpful flu shot reminders, comes the annual outbreak of myths about the flu. First, here are some basic facts. Influenza (also known as the “flu”) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses, and is different […]

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4 Customer Comments That May Not Mean What You Think

4 Customer Comments That May Not Mean What You Think. “Your check is in the mail” and “Don’t call us; we’ll call you” have become laugh-lines for comedians. But other such comments from real customers can be a little trickier for salespeople to interpret. Take, for example, these lines that top sales performers seldom interpret […]

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A Clean 2015: Trends from ISSA

Last week, thousands of leaders in the cleaning industry converged in Orlando, Florida for the annual ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America conference. The show is the industry event of the year – with hundreds of companies showcasing their best and brightest offerings. Less is more At this year’s show, exhibitors were making the most of their space […]

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50 Ways to Teach With Current Events

50 Ways to Teach With Current Events. How can we make sure that students are informed about what’s going on around the world? That they are armed with the tools to be able to distinguish between opinion and fact; between evidence-based statements and empty rhetoric; between sensationalism and solid journalism? Just like most other things […]

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Visual Social Media for Your Restaurant

A picture is worth a thousand words – especially if you’re sharing them online. Upon logging into nearly any social media platform, you’re sure to be met with enticing, beautiful food pictures, and some may be taken at your restaurant. With about half of consumers using Facebook to search for restaurants and one third of […]

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Solar Power Will Take Over the World: Industrial Round-Up

We Could End Hunger If We Recovered Half Of The 1.3 Billion Tons Of Food Wasted Each Year. According to the World Food Program, about one in nine people — or 805 million — do not have enough food to live a healthy, active life, and developing regions of Africa and Asia are disproportionately affected […]

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