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Buy Your Own Name As A Domain Name

Whilst I’ve been pondering the ways I can exploit my experience and skills to make money and eventually escape the rat race, I wondered how I should represent myself. Having an online identity relating to you as an individual makes a lot of sense if your business is heavily related to you as an individual too. For example, if you have a reputation as a public speaker, photographer, life coach, counsellor, or any other similar service, it would make sense to have a domain name that uses your own name. Having an identity linked to your career I’ve been considering a career in coaching, primarily in ecommerce, SEO, and website management. The idea is that I help people learn how to get the best from their website. I can also help them learn about what traffic they receive and why. The goal is to help individuals learn how to maximise income from their websites. I also could see myself doing coaching courses or education eventually, teaching the skills I’ve spent so long building up as w…

Does Seeing a Color Affect a Person's Performance?

Many people are aware that color can have an affect on mood, but research also has determined that seeing certain colors can affect mental processes. In fact, people who see the color red are likely to do more poorly on a test or exam. Some studies indicate that cooler colors, such as blue or green, tend to promote concentration and increase creativity and other cognitive skills. More facts about color and performance: -Not all studies agree regarding the effects of red on test scores. One school of thought holds that in cultures where red is perceived to be a sign of danger, the potential for breaking concentration and leading to lower test scores is greater. -Different studies exploring the connection between color and performance have used different criteria. Some studies have focused only on the reaction to specific hues, and other research has considered additional elements such as brightness and saturation. -In addition to test scores, research into the connection between color and …