Employee Happiness as a Business Tool [infographic]

June 20, 2013 |  by  |  Business  |  1 Comment
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Times are tough for us post graduates. I just graduated in May and I’m still trying to find a job. I’m in the phase of job searching where I don’t even care what I do, just as long as I get job. I’ll mow lawns if needed. Just let me work for you! With that being said, I never even thought about employee happiness until I read this infographic, I just figured if I got a job I’d be happy. But turns out, that isn’t the case.

According to today’s infographic, employee happiness affects the productivity of the workplace, and the overall feelings that employees have about their work. Fixing issues that make employees unhappy can turn the productivity of a workplace around, and can ultimately save a doomed business. When looking for jobs, I will definitely look at the environment of my future employers to see if it is a place that I will feel happy in. I think it will be a step that will positively impact my first big girl job. I encourage you readers talk to your employers to find new ways to make your place of work a more happy and enjoyable place to work! [Employee Happiness as a Business Tool]

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Top Ten Athletic Facilities [Infographic]

June 19, 2013 |  by  |  Sports  |  3 Comments
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For today’s infographic we have a list of the top athletic facilities that US universities have to offer. Say you are an athletic senior in high school looking for a place that invests in its athletic programs. This can be a difficult and overwhelming decision. This infographic makes it easy with ten great universities that invest in their sports programs.

First, there’s Clemson University, highlighting their tennis, basketball, football, and water sports. At Clemson there’s a unique facility for almost every sport. University of Southern Florida also has an astounding amount of tennis courts available, as well as a rather large football stadium that was built recently. There’s UNC, with a solid 18-hole golf course, and Auburn with a soccer stadium that fills 1,500 easily. Louisville has one of the top golf programs in the country, while Appalachian State has a four mile stretch that is considered some of the best training terrains on the east coast. The list goes on, naming more stellar programs and facilities across the US.

When it comes down to it, we love sports. To watch your favorite team win in a close match is one of the best pleasures in life. These places are where that can happen for you.

P.S. Where the heck is UT on this list?! We pile so much money into our football program, it’s absurd. Trust me, the stadium is legit. [Patterson Pope]

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June 18, 2013 |  by  |  eCommerce  |  No Comments
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29 Ways to Stay Creative [infographic]

June 18, 2013 |  by  |  Lifestyle  |  2 Comments
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Creativity is a must.  I can’t think of a time that being in the creative zone hasn’t helped turn stress into laughter, boredom into inspiration, or sadness into downright giddiness.

For those of you who don’t think you are creative, don’t think that way.  And for the record, creativity doesn’t have to refer to all the DIY madness floating around the internet.  Creativity can come into play in all areas of life, so it’s beneficial to know how to work with it.

The infographic I’m featuring today is pretty sweet because it gives you ways to keep your creative juices flowing.  By trying even a handful of these things, you’ll start to notice the creative beast in you coming out to play a little more often.  When good ideas come your way, hold on tight to them–write them down if you have to. Ideas tend to slip from our memory as easily as our dreams do.  Once you have a good grasp on your idea, dive in and watch it evolve.

I practice a lot of the things listed below, and they are all really helpful. Here are some other things I do: furious stream of consciousness writing on my typewriter, piece together eccentric outfits, and plaster favorite quotes all over everything. Enjoy! [via]

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100 Years of Change [Infographic]

June 17, 2013 |  by  |  Lifestyle, Mind-Blowing  |  No Comments
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As a nation that’s ever changing, it’s sometimes easy to overlook some of the changes that happen within our nation year to year and even week to week. We grow larger in population every year, and with that growth in quantity comes growth in our national population’s diversity as well. Even things like which names are more popular and what forms of media we enjoy the most change more regularly than most of us probably think to realize.

Today’s infographic gives us a large-scale comparison of modern life in America vs. what was the norm 100 years ago in 1913. For instance, we seem to spend a good deal more of our time and money on entertainment now vs. then. Even with inflation taken into account, the most popular movie 100 years ago (“Traffic in Soles”) only brought in $9.4 million at the box office while in 2013 the most popular movie is “Iron Man 3″ and it’s already made $340 million in the relatively short amount of time it’s been out. America also had a somewhat lower unemployment rate 100 years ago but the average life expectancy was also almost 36 years lower than it is today.

Have a look at the graphic below for some more interesting comparisons between the U.S. today and 100 years ago. [Via]

Then vs. Now
Source: MoneyChoice.org

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