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Did you know... ... that today is Typing Speed Record Day? On this day in 1918, Margaret Owen set a typing speed record of 170 words per minute on a manual typewriter. Can you imagine what her speed would've been if she'd had access to an electric one?! ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "One tree can … Continue reading did you know

Did you know…. and today’s inspirational quote


Did you know... ... that today is First Passenger Train Day? On this day in 1825, George Stephenson operated the first locomotive that hauled a passenger train. The engine, later called Locomotion, took 450 people 25 miles from Darlington to Stockton at 15 miles per hour. The railway age had begun and George Stephenson was … Continue reading Did you know…. and today’s inspirational quote

True Self-knowledge


To arrive at true self-knowledge is to arrive at God-realization. God-realization is a unique state of consciousness.It is different from all the other states of consciousness because all the other states of consciousness are experienced through the medium of the individual mind whereas the state of God-consciousness is in no way dependent upon the individual … Continue reading True Self-knowledge

Learning Body language from Vanessa van edwards – her newsletter i subscribe


I found Vanessa Van Edwards on Udemy when I was learning and beginning my Toastmasters Pathways journey. In one of the exercises we have there, we have to research a topic and speak. I found Apart from Content, it was Vocal variety, Gestures and Body Language, Personality which had important place in a Public Speaker's … Continue reading Learning Body language from Vanessa van edwards – her newsletter i subscribe

The Beacon Newsletter I subscribe to


It’s Tuesday, September 15, and a new bill is paving a path to employment for California’s incarcerated firefighters.Inmate firefighters have battled some of California’s most destructive wildfires, including the Thomas Fire, the Mendocino Complex Fire, the Ferguson Fire, and the Camp Fire. But for years, most former inmates who had received firefighting training were ineligible to … Continue reading The Beacon Newsletter I subscribe to

The Master serves. Mastery in servitude


The Master serves the whole universe out of the finality of his infinite consciousness, and those who serve the Master and obey him also have their share in his universal work. Their service has the advantage of his wisdom and insight.Willing participation in the work of the Master not only raises the value of service, … Continue reading The Master serves. Mastery in servitude

Beside the point? Punctuation is dead, long live punctuation | Aeon Essays


Photo by Corbis/Getty Florence Hazrat is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the School of English at the University of Sheffield, working on parentheses in Renaissance romance. Her first book ‘Refrains in Early Modern Literature’ is forthcoming, and she is currently writing a book called ‘Standing on Points: The History and Culture of Punctuation’.Listen here … Continue reading Beside the point? Punctuation is dead, long live punctuation | Aeon Essays

EU STARTups NEWSLETTER


It’s Charlotte here again, with an update from EU-Startups. Despite Thomas officially being still on paternity leave, last month we’ve been working on some very exciting new projects for you at EU-Startups. Can’t wait to find out? Read on! Startup PR: In the next addition of the EU-Startups podcast we’ll be interviewing ourselves (!) and bringing … Continue reading EU STARTups NEWSLETTER

Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like


Hi, it's Nik again with 3 more free and life-changing book summaries just for you! Do you like audiobooks? We do! It's an extra way of learning from great books anytime, anywhere. But if you bought 300 full audiobooks, that'd take you 100 days of straight listening - and $6,000. To speed all that up … Continue reading Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like

What’s Cooking – allrecipes newsletter


How to Bake Potatoes Five Easy Ways Baked potatoes take your usual dinner and make it special. No matter how pinched for time you are, you can still get loaded potato on the plate.  See More » English Baked Potatoes Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes  Alfredo and Cheese Stuffed Potatoes Wine Baked Potato Creamy Twice-Baked Potatoes Garlic Baked Potato … Continue reading What’s Cooking – allrecipes newsletter

Random Paragraph – writing prompt


Sometimes it's simply better to ignore the haters. That's the lesson that his dad had been trying to teach him, but he still couldn't let it go. He latched onto them and their hate and couldn't let it go, but he also realized that this wasn't healthy. That's when he came up with his devious … Continue reading Random Paragraph – writing prompt

Gastro Obscura Newsletter I like


Oatmeal Full of Bowl During the 1920s and 1930s, ubiquitous household goods, such as bags of flour and canisters of tea, included unusual trinkets. “Depression glass” was so cheap to produce that heavy-hitting companies of the time gave them away in their products. The practice wasn’t relegated to home goods, either. READ MORE Wordless Recipes … Continue reading Gastro Obscura Newsletter I like

Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like


Heyo, Nik here with your free summary of the day. If you enjoy these, check out our reading guide. It'll help you learn and remember more from everything you read. Happy reading! Want to get just one weekly summary roundup? Switch to weekly. 1-Sentence-Summary: The Art Of The Start is your guide to beginning a company and explains everything from … Continue reading Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like

Strategy+business Newsletter I like


  Ideas that work August 25, 2020 Share:     Targeted marketing campaigns are the key to capturing the at-home consumer Brand manufacturers and retailers will have to work together in response to long-lasting shifts in consumer behavior produced by COVID-19. by Derek Baker and Matt Egol advertisement How businesses can fast-track innovation to help during a … Continue reading Strategy+business Newsletter I like

Anti-Corruption Daily Newsletter for 08/25/2020


via Anti-Corruption Daily Newsletter for 08/25/2020 Your source for international risk & compliance related news, insights, and best practices. The new home of the FCPA Newswire edited by Mike Kenealy Anti Corruption Digest is the most comprehensive source for global risk & compliance related news, insights, and best practices. Readers are welcome to research the Anti Corruption … Continue reading Anti-Corruption Daily Newsletter for 08/25/2020

What’s Cooking Newsletter


Make a large head last and last. Get the Magazine Here's How to Store Cabbage So It Lasts Longer Cabbage is a go-to comfort ingredient, but seeing the large heads at the store can be intimidating. Luckily you can use one head for multiple recipes and store the rest with these tips.  See More » German Pork Chops and … Continue reading What’s Cooking Newsletter

Mixed Nuts via PNUTs Newsletter I like


Playing God With Mosquitoes  (Joe Raedle via Getty Images) In 2021, 750 million genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes are set to be released in the Florida Keys and a string of surrounding islands. The Environmental Protection Agency granted permission in May to the British-based but US-operated company, Oxitec, to produce the genetically engineered, male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, known … Continue reading Mixed Nuts via PNUTs Newsletter I like