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Are you paying attention?

How attentive are you when you are with your colleagues and friends? You have probably been in a situation when you have noticed that the person you are talking to seems preoccupied, distant or just not paying attention to you. You would never be so dismissive yourself in your behaviour – or would you? Attentiveness

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What’s The Best Way to Google?

Google receives 63,000 searches every second and is the biggest repository of human knowledge every constructed since the burning of the library of Alexandria. It is the best way for us to access new information and use cutting edge technology to run our businesses, blogs and banks. With so much raw data available, a valuable

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What We Can Learn From The Daily Routines of Artists

Creatives might seem to live precarious and messy lives, with little in the way of a daily routine, occasionally punctuated by eureka moments. Although this is undoubtedly the case for some, most artists held meticulous daily schedules to aid their creative process. In their lifetimes’ artists like Beethoven, Mahler, Satie and a whole host of

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Interesting Laws Passed 400 Years Ago To Combat The Black Death

With Covid-19 still looming over us, it is easy to forget that all the other epidemics that have happened through history. Today I will be covering some actual laws passed that the people of the time hoped would curb the infection. Lots of their ideas came from their firmly held belief in tradition. Because human

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Fabulous Gardens To Visit During Lockdown

We know that that lockdown is a bit of a bummer, you can’t meet up with friends, go shopping or take a trip down to the pub. So, why not take a journey with us through the modern wizardry of computers to see some of the worlds most exceptional gardens. Maybe get some inspiration for

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How To Make The Most Of Your Time In Isolation

Isolation isn’t great. You can’t see friends, go to the pub, and the news is feeling particularly apocalyptic right now. Some have likened it to the quiz broadcast from That Mitchell and Webb Look. But all we can do now is make the best out of the situation in which we find ourselves. Here are

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Professional Development and Staff Training Courses from Home

The current circumstances mean that lots of businesses are losing thousands of productive hours due to isolation and social distancing. We provide TQUK endorsed programs that your employees can embark on during their time away from the workplace. Give your office a new suite of essential skills with our courses on a wide range of

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An Alien Spaceship, is it from Mars or just a hoax?
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Our New Short Course In UFO Spotting

Welcome to your advanced certificate in UFO Spotting as part of our new Centre for Extra-Terrestrial Research. In this short course you can expect to learn about: Terrestrial UFOs Extra-Terrestrial UFOs What to do if you spot one How to avoid being abducted Lesson 1: Types of UFOs UFOs can be any type of Unidentified

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Become an Irrigation Expert!

Become an Irrigation Expert! Have a read about the great Career Opportunites. A career as a professional Irrigation expert would encompass the design and installation of landscape water systems (sprinkler systems) whether on a small or large scale, for domestic or commercial purposes. Homes, businesses, golf courses, parks, sports fields and all kinds of landscaping

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Having well developed critical thinking and writing skills will take you far in your work and personal life. Here’s our list of 5 of the most significant benefits of critical thinking and writing. In your school work This one may seem obvious, but it is still worth writing about your schoolwork! When you can translate

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Some Improvements to your Office Productivity…

At the moment most of us are working from home instead of our usual cubical or if we’re lucky, personal office. I thought that it would be fascinating to find out more about offices, where most businesses take place and where research innovations come to light with an aim to see how productivity can be

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This blog covers some serious issues that may have impacted you personally; please take a moment to make sure you are in the right frame of mind to benefit from this article positively.   During the global coronavirus pandemic, we are all aware of the huge amount of suffering experienced worldwide, nationally, and also within

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