RE-VISION — COMIC
Re-Vision es un ejercicio de estilo y de síntesis de diferentes iconos culturales. Se trata de una serie de retratos de los personajes más representativos del mundo del cómic, del cine, de la televisión, del deporte y de la música.
Re-Vision es una colección que presentamos en forma de postales. Hemos impreso algunas postales y pósters promocionales en ofset con la imprenta Arts Gràfiques Orient y actualmente tenemos a la venta serigrafías en 180hilos, piezas impresas en digital en la galería de arte online Loudart y chapas en Camaloon.
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Archivo de la etiqueta: Religion and Spirituality
eVerythink PR boutique presenta una nueva división de negocio creada y enfocada exclusivamente al mundo de las apps móviles y web: eVeryapp. El objetivo de esta nueva línea de negocio es ayudar a las empresas que quieran lanzar su nueva aplicación para que, a través de la comunicación, lleguen más fácilmente a su público objetivo e incrementen su número de descargas.
Las apps han despegado en España a un ritmo imparable. El 71 % de los españoles ya se descarga apps de forma habitual y para usos de lo más variado. Jugar, chatear con amigos, conocer la mejor tarifa móvil, dejar de fumar, gestionar tus finanzas o conocer todas las ofertas de ocio disponibles a tu alrededor.
A mission statement is a statement declaring the purpose of an organization or company — the reason for this company’s existence. A mission statement provides framework and context to help guide the company’s strategies and actions by spelling out the company’s overall goal. Ultimately, a mission statement helps guide decision-making internally while also articulating the company’s mission to customers, suppliers, and the community.
It’s important to note the distinction between a mission statement and a slogan. A mission statement is not a marketing tool designed to grab attention quickly. While it should be catchy and memorable, a mission statement is a thoughtful declaration designed to articulate the goals and philosophies of a company. A mission statement is also not a business plan. A business plan is an organized outline of your ideas about how the business functions.
A mission statement differs from a vision statement. A mission statement says what the company currently is; a vision statement states what the company hopes to become. A mission statement is also not a business plan. A business plan is an organized outline of your ideas about how the business functions.
A mission statement is not an evergreen statement. As a company evolves over time, the company’s mission and intent may also change. A good rule of thumb is to revisit the mission statement every five years to see if it needs to be fine-tuned or rewritten. A mission statement will keep your company on track, but it shouldn’t become stale or irrelevant.
What does a mission statement include?
Healthy body, healthy soul, gorgeous website? Maybe that’s why many Wix sites that are dedicated to heath and wellness issues are so outstandingly beautiful. From natural hand-made soap, to mobile produce markets, to plant powered photographers, we’re pleased to get to know some of the most creative and refreshing treatments and wellness trends out there. And of course, don’t forget to add Pil-oga-robic to the list of exciting health activities – that’s pilates, yoga, cardio and strength training combined! What can you do, health and fitness don’t come easy
Check out this beautiful showcase of Wix sites …and keep healthy!
In the first of a new TED-Ed series designed to catalyze curiosity, TED Curator Chris Anderson shares his boyhood obsession with quirky questions that seem to have no answers.
“Questions No One Knows the Answers to” was animated by Andrew Park (http://www.cognitivemedia.co.uk)
View the full lessons:
Good leaders are self-aware, and have thought through the issues and complications of leadership. Here are 10 questions to ask yourself – and to answer:
1. How do you personally define leadership?
Definitions of leadership abound. But if one of your subordinates asked what your definition is, would you have an answer?
2. Who are some of the leaders that you admire and why?
We can learn from other leaders, particularly from their failures. Are there leaders from business, politics, the arts, or sports who you admire, and why? Sigue leyendo
For starters, being in your home means you are surrounded with a plethora of distractions. Aside from the usual TV, dog, kids, and other distractions you wouldn’t find in a “regular” corporate office, being isolated and cooped up can make you feel stir crazy!For many people, the idea of working from home is a dream come true. And you know what? They’re absolutely right! However, it’s not always as easy as one would think.
So how can you work from home and stay sane at the same time? Here are five valuable tips I’ve learned by running my own business (Credit Card Forum) from my home office for 3 years and counting.
Tip #1: Limit your distractions
First and foremost, you should get rid of as many distractions as possible. This means working in a room that has no TV. If your job involves a computer, it’s best to set ground rules for time-wasters like Facebook and news sites… don’t use them during your working hours! The same holds true for texting with friends – you wouldn’t be able to do that at a regular office, so why waste time doing it at your home office?
Tip #2: Have a comfortable chair
This may be the best investment you could make. Years ago when I was working for the man, I remember the cheap computer chair I had to sit in (it was the most entry-level model you could imagine). The surface was so hard, I would constantly have to re-adjust my body throughout the day to prevent my behind from going numb! So the first thing I did when I became self-employed was buy a comfortable chair – what a world of difference! I’m not saying you should go buy a Lazy Boy to sit in, but being comfortable and being productive usually go hand-in-hand.
Tip #3: Stick to a schedule Sigue leyendo
Desde el blog de ClassConnect anuncian que hoy su beta pública, dando a todos la posibilidad dedisfrutar de esta herramienta educativa.
Si eres educador y no conoces ClassConnect, es una buena oportunidad para que le des un vistazo, ya que permite que puedas crear, trabajar en forma colaborativa y compartir lecciones de manera gratuita. Aunque la idea es sencilla, las herramientas y las opciones que ofrece ClassConnect abren muchas posibilidades.
Por ejemplo, verás que te permite que integres a tus lecciones cualquier tipo de contenido multimedia, ya sea videos, audio, links a sitios web, entre otros. De esa manera, no se limitará a solo textos, contribuyendo a una enseñanza didáctica.
¿Te gustaría compartir tu experiencia con otros educadores o beneficiarte con la de ellos?… Sigue leyendo
Time and time again, I’ve watched coaching clients walk into my office stuck, in the fog of confusion about some situation in their lives. They are sure that they don’t know how to move forward, that they don’t know which next step to take.
We’ve all been there – in that uncertain, frustrating place. It’s no fun.
Time and time again I’ve watched those same clients walk out of my office having uncovered a clear, wise answer to their questions, a clear resolution to their dilemma, the kind that allows them to move forward with that wonderful sense of confidence and calm.
I certainly didn’t give them their answers – I don’t have them. They found the answers inside. We followed a simple process that cleared a space for their own answers to emerge.
This article is a guide to doing that process on your own. In 3 simple steps, you can shift from a state of confusion to mental clarity.
All of us have an ever-present, remarkable well of inner wisdom, there for us whenever we need it. The tricky part is learning to access it. Our inner guru speaks quietly. In the midst of busy lives and busy minds, it can be difficult to hear.
Sometimes Recessionwire carries a certain bias, one that supports the out-of-worker and opposes the big, bad CEO. As a fair and balanced news source, we find it necessary to provide the reader a glimpse of both sides of the coin. What really goes on in the life of some of the world’s most powerful people? To find out, we get the perspective of the CEO of DASSCC (Dynamic Analysts and Synergetic Systems Consultants Corporation), Peter B. Gibbonsworth, in a segment we like to call: Myth…And Busted.
Myth I: All CEOs are chubby male WASPs.
…And Busted: This old rumor! I certainly understand where it comes from, but I do believe I serve as a fine counterexample. Yes I am a male. Yes I do pack on a few extra Krispy Kremes (shout out to CEO James Morgan!). And yes I am white and I happen to attend a Protestant church. But, as anyone can tell you, the Gibbonsworths are a quarter Dutch. I kid you not. Mom’s mom. The Janssens. Also I’m pretty sure the CEO of Nabisco, or Cisco, or some corporation is a woman. I think, might want to check that out though. Busted!
Myth II: We live unnecessarily opulent, luxurious lives… Sigue leyendo
This past week, Ogilvy PR of Washington DC had the treat of hosting a discussion with DC-based Facebook representatives Adam Connor and Andrew Noyes. Among the topics discussed was the new Facebook community page feature, which Ogilvy blogged about in April.
Facebook Community Pages 101
For those unfamiliar, a Facebook community page is a separate page that groups users around a common interest. Users opt into the page automatically when they list the interest on their profile.
For example, when I click on my interest in “yoga,” I am taken to a Facebook yoga community page. Here, I can see all of my friends who also like yoga. I learn that my friend Erin “really needs some yoga in her life,” and that my favorite yoga teacher is hosting his next rooftop yoga class at the W Hotel. I can also see status updates from people and companies who would not otherwise show up in my newsfeed: yoga studio events, a yoga apparel company’s new product, what yoga DVDs are for sale. I have a whole yoga community at my fingertips, with current and future connections… all in what appears to be an informative, authentic, non-commercial space. Sigue leyendo