Buying on a budget? Here’s all the best tech accessories you can snag for $20 or less

A good accessory should complement or enhance the functionality of the main product. Whether it’s a printer working with a computer, or an Apple Pencil with an iPad Pro, the two should work in lockstep to give you a better experience.

But accessories get expensive, some can run well into the…

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(via A Pre-Feedback Worksheet: From Finding Fault to Useful…

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Fault-finding or feedback:

Angry feedback is interpreted as fault-finding. Feedback isn’t venting or therapy for the giver.

Any feedback that begins with, I have to get something off my chest, misses the point.

Fault-finders look through the wrong end of the telescope when reflecting on themselves and the right end when looking at others.

Fault-finders circles darkness. Feedback presses for light. Useful feedback rallies for improvement.

Fault-finders lacks passion for growth. Feedback includes commitment to support. Never give feedback unless you’re committed to the recipient’s success.

28 Teamwork Quotes From Great Leaders – #Infographic

In business and in life one person can only get so far. Real growth happens when you are surrounded by others that can push you, teach you, collaborate with you, and offer you business advice. Surrounding yourself with people that have different skills and ideas will only lead to innovation as long…

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24 Google Doc Hacks to Make Running Your Business Easier – #Infographic

Twenty years ago, collaborating with people in real-time over the internet seemed unfathomable. Now we do it every day with the click of a button. Google Docs is a powerful tool that makes working with people both near and far a breeze, but do you know how to use it to its full capacity? Go beyond…

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(via How to Fight for Bright and Win) Bad is stronger than…

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Bad is stronger than good.

  1. Bad emotions, bad parents, and bad feedback have more impact than good ones.
  2. Bad information is processed more thoroughly than good.
  3. The self is more motivated to avoid bad self-definitions than to pursue good ones.
  4. Bad impressions and bad stereotypes are quicker to form and more resistant to disconfirmation than good ones.