October 24, 2020
  • 10:32 am INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY ACADEMY(ISA) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM IN GERMANY
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Can your personality be formed from different types of thinking? If so, how can you take full advantage? So what has thinking got to do with our personalities? Well, would you describe yourself as a logical or a creative person? Are you rational or do you prefer to think in abstract terms? We use different types […]

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Marketing your small business online isn’t all that tricky. Though there are plenty of things to learn if you’re to get the best results from your efforts, I wouldn’t advise anyone to sit around learning all there is to know about online marketing before jumping in. First of all, I don’t know any small business […]

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Talent acquisition is a new trend in the Human Resources sectors with great strategic potential for organizations. Acquiring talent means a vision not only of filling positions but also of the use of candidates and their skills, which results from a rigorous recruitment process. This process works as a means to fill positions in the […]

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“Japanese students spend 240 days a year at school, 60 days more then their American counterparts” (Johnson & Johnson 1996)     American and Japanese school structures differ in many different ways.  The first, and most significant way, is that Japanese schools incorporate a national curriculum created by the Japanese Ministry of Education.  Thus, unlike the […]

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By now, you’re probably aware of how important a great CV is when trying to land a job. Your CV is realistically the only way you have of showing a hiring manager that you’re suitable for the job. If you don’t emphasise your skills and suitability, how else will they know you’re the right choice? Fortunately, […]

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Yoga is a spiritual, mental and physical practice that has been around since ages. With time, people have discovered a number of health benefits associated with yoga. Yoga does more than burning calories and strengthening muscles, it is a workout which involves both body and mind.This International Yoga Day start a good habit and promise […]

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1. Children who read often and widely get better at it. After all, practice makes perfect in almost everything humans do, and reading in no different. 2. Reading exercises our brain. Reading is a much more complex task for the human brain rather than watching TV, for example. Reading strengthens brains connections and builds NEW connections. […]

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In the off chance you’ve been sleeping under a rock with no Wi-Fi for the past 20 years, here’s some news: The U.S. educational system is under attack from multiple fronts and is on the verge of being reshaped by a profound entrepreneurial uprising. This is acutely evident in higher education. Colleges are in an unsustainable […]

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