Month: July 2016

Anna Maria Island Florida – Seven Best Places To See Sunset

Anna Maria Island has been a favorite Florida beach vacation spot more than a hundred years. Although the fun in the sun is usually all about the beach daze, watching the sun settle in for the night can be a magical experience. Here are some of the best places to watch sunset on AMI: 1. Bean Point: Bean Point is located on the northern-most point of the island and named in honor of the earliest se... »

Ten Commandments of Intercultural Communication

More and more companies around the world are hopping national borders to conduct business. Regardless of the organization you join, you are likely to be dealing with people who come from various national, religious, and ethnic backgrounds. Communicating across language and cultural barriers at home will also challenge your skills. Without leaving your own country, you’re likely to come into ... »

Nitric Oxide: Will It Help You Lose Weight & Burn Fat

Nitric Oxide, also know as “N.O.”, is one of the latest supplements to hit the market, promising lean muscle tone and a sculpted body, enhancing the weight loss and fat burning appearance. Can this supplement in fact help you to tone up, lose weight, and burn body fat? If you believe what all the magazines are saying , then I have some land in the Everglades I’d like to sell you.... »

Why Kaizen Fails (And The Secrets To Its Success)

Its true – the majority of attempts to apply kaizen, the Japanese management concept of continuous improvement, fail, and fail miserably. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that kaizen itself fails. In fact I’m a big fan and promoter of kaizen having written a book on the subject and numerous articles. I even called my consulting firm Complete Kaizen in order to further... »

Cruising the Great South Bay on the Lauren Kristy

Long Island’s summertime heart is pumped by its beaches, bays, and boats, and during a cruise on its Great South Bay, I was able to take its pulse. Area activity, as evidenced by the parking lot overflow at the Bay Shore Marina on a hot, crystal blue Saturday in late-June, had taken root on both land and sea. A family dragged a cooler from their car to the sand. The occasional wave of a colo... »

Renaissance and Neoclassical Historical Arts

Renaissance is a cultural movement that started in Europe during the early 14th to 17th century or a period between the Classical and Modern era. More than its cultural essence, the Renaissance period was known for its developments in art, painting, philosophy, architecture and other intellectual aspects. It was an era that witnessed the largest growth and development in Western Europe. A1. Renais... »

Bodybuilding 101 – Vocabulary

For newbies in bodybuilding, these terms may be new to you. What is one repetition? What is one-rep max? Here is a list of vocabulary you hear a lot when it comes to bodybuilding. – Power Power refers to your muscle strength. It is measured by how much weight you are able to lift. – 1RM or one-rep max One-rep max is the heaviest weight you can lift properly for only one repetition. If ... »

So Many Scooters, So Little Time

When Razor Scooters first burst on to the scene in 2000, many thought they would disappear into oblivion never to be heard from again. Instead, a whole new category of kids’ recreational gear was born. The original Razor Scooter is still Razor USA’s best selling item, though the company has launched a dizzying array of new products such as the “PowerWing Caster Scooter”, th... »

GR-4N Cuisinart Grill Review: A Time Saving Device for Cooking Small Meals

I have never tried an electric grill before. It happened that I’ve got one for the birthday. Its model code is GR-4N and it is made by Cuisinart company. Internet sources says that there is another model GR-4 produced by the same brand and GR-4N is tuned and improved version of it. Let me do a short review of my Cuisinart grill. First of all I would like to say that the concept of an electri... »

Pegasus – A Memoir About Dream Image Work

I first encountered Robert Bosnak’s dream work technique at the C. G. Jung Institute in Boston and was later invited into a private dream group that met around a woodstove in the upstairs of his barn in the suburbs of Boston. This group deeply explored the unconscious lives of the group members. Huddled in a small circle under blankets, we only knew one another by sharing our dreams. Here I ... »