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Rev. salud pública vol.10 no.5 Bogotá Nov./Dec. 2008 Emerging diseases and species barrier: the risk of equine herpesvirus 9. Enfermedades Emergentes y Barrera de Especies: Riesgo del Herpesvirus Equino 9 Emerging diseases and species barrier: the risk of equine herpesvirus 9 Julián Ruiz-Saenz1 y Luis C. Villamil-Jimenez2 1 Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y de Zootecnia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Sede Bogotá. email@example.com 2 Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad de la Salle. firstname.lastname@example.org Recibido 7 Mayo 2008/Enviado para Modificación 26 Octubre 2008/Aceptado 12 Noviembre 2008 El salto en la barrera de especies es responsable de gran parte de las enfermedades emergentes y re-emergentes en el mundo; en la actualidad, no están completamente esclarecidos los mecanismos involucrados en la restricción de un agente hacia un(os) hospedero determinado(s) ni en los procesos necesarios para que éste cruce la barrera de especie e invada un nuevo hospedero.
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Adding your company’s personality to that logo will be a challenge, but when done correctly you can end up with a brand mark that you’re truly proud of, that attracts attention and that makes your competitor’s look bland and uninteresting. The Freelancers Guide to Getting Into Flow. The 8 Habits of Highly Productive People. What do you define as a “productive” person? Is it the ability to robotically churn out work, hour after hour? Is it the amount of discipline one has? Is it the speed at which one works? Before we can discuss what makes a productive person, we should first define what productivity is. The common notion of productivity is the ability to churn out a lot of work in a short span of time. For example, let’s say Peter types very fast and can reply 1000 emails a day. The past few months have been my most productive months for the year. At the same time, I’ve also been managing other work, such as 1-1 coaching with clients (I’m handling about 5-6 clients on average at each time), administrative aspects of the business, writing Personal Excellence articles/guest posts, maintaining the site, etc.
A few days ago I finished designing my lineup of workshops next year, and earlier this week I conceptualized the idea for a new book. For everything you’re doing now, ask yourself how important this is. Ben Franklin’s Virtue of Industry: Being Diligent Develops Self-Respect. This is the sixth in a series of posts on Ben Franklin’s 13 virtues. Photo by Lewis Hine Lose no time. Be always employed in something useful. Cut off all unnecessary actions. If you spend any time on the web, you probably have heard of Tim Ferris‘ book “The Four Hour Work Week.” Basically, what this entails is outsourcing as many menial tasks as you can to some person in India so you can have time to travel the world pursuing your passion. 1. 2. The whole idea of shifting all your work to someone else is elitist and undemocratic. 3. 4. 5. The Case for Industriousness Develops self-respect. Do not live useless and die contemptible. ~ John Witherspoon Fights Depression.
The last time I went camping, I took a hike along a beautiful stream. More time for family and civic engagement. In addition to having more time for family, by being industrious you’ll have time to devote to your community. How to be Industrious Plan. Eliminate distractions. Have a worthy goal. Set worthy goals for yourself. Extraits musicaux | CHOEUR ORTHODOXE BULGARE SAINT JEAN DE RILA. 30 Outstandingly Creative Poster Designs. Posters are an incredibly common form of advertising. Whether they giant posters mounted to the side of a bus stop, or just a paper flyer tacked to a telephone pole, posters are designed to grab the viewers attention and invite them to take some action, either immediately, or in the future. This post showcases 30 outstanding and creative poster designs from some of the best designers around.
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How Much Do Top Tier Bloggers and Social Media Consultants Get Paid? We Asked Them! The media world is changing and its jobs are changing too. The rise of the blogger is an often-told story, but are the lucky few bloggers who do it for a living well paid? We did a survey to find out. We asked 20 top-tier tech bloggers and social media consultants to tell us how much they get paid, by the post, by the hour or by the month - however their rates are set. Half of them told us, on the condition that we wouldn't disclose who they were or where they worked. The end result is an anecdotal overview of what some of the top tech bloggers and social media consultants are making. These aren't the founders of big blogs, these are their employees and people who get work writing, doing trainings or consulting for tech companies.
There are a handful of people in tech blogging that make even more than this but the vast majority of people who get paid to blog get paid far less. Payment Per Blog Post Most people who are paid to blog are paid per post. How does this work out long term? Haiku Productivity: The Fine Art of Limiting Yourself to the Essential | zen habits. By Leo Babauta I’ve been wanting to write this post for a little while now, about an experiment I’ve been doing. For a few months, I’ve been purposely binding myself. Not as a way to hamstring myself, but as a way to make me focus on fewer, but more important things. As a way to allow myself to do more in less time. I’m sure you’ve heard of the Pareto principle, known also as the 80/20 rule. But while that’s nice in principle, in practice it’s hardly ever done. There’s no systematic way to focus on the essential stuff, and eliminate the rest. Until now. Haiku: Limited but powerful To understand this simple concept, think about the form of the haiku (the common version, at least): it’s poetry in 17 syllables, with 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables (I know there are variations and this is only a rough definition, but that’s not important to this article).
What this does is forces the poet to focus on only those words that mean the most to the poem. That’s it. What limits should you set? Fight Procrastination! I’ve often thought about why we Procrastinate. If one was logical, one would assume if there’s something that needed to be done and was Urgent/Important or rewarding enough, we’d get on to it right away. Here’s what it would look like on a diagram: The reality however is people are seldom logical.
As humans we’re governed partly by our intelligent mind and partly by our feelings and desires. Here’s what this would look like on a diagram: Whatever the actual reasons are, generally when the Pain associated with doing a particular task increases, so too does the level of Procrastination. Let’s consider a couple of typical examples. Doing the school report: I’d have to do some research at the library and online. I’m sure you can think of better things to do than that school report or 5km run. The good news is Procrastination is a function of both Pain and Payoff. As before, Procrastination increases along with Pain. However, this tapers off as things become more urgent and important. How to get rid of Creative Block. Creative block (the evil sister of writer’s block and the unwanted daughter of unmotivation) hits us all at some point in our lives, and often in our daily routine.
As designers, creative block can be a cancer to our work, spreading and spreading until our mind produces absolutely nothing at all, leaving us to bang our heads aimlessly at the keyboard or stare at the ceiling for several hours on end. For a designer who is put under a time limit by a client, this time waster can be lethal, and doesn’t just mean lack of inspiration and ideas, but also lack of money. So how then, can we get out of the dreaded creative block and stimulate our minds into fifth gear? Well different things work well for different people, and it is all about finding what is right for you and the way your mind works, but I am going to discuss a variety of tips and techniques that I find work well for me, so that you guys can try out their levels of success on yourselves. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. How to avoid your Creativity Burnout. 35+ Beautiful Examples of Creative Collage for Your Inspiration. 25 Examples of Super Creative Resume Design | WorkAwesome.
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This session we proposed a challenge to two illustrators. We asked each of them to take our own "tuts+" brand name and illustrate it with a creative lettering solution. Learn how each of them went about solving this, and the concepts they worked with to bring about the final work. In this Part 1 of this challenge, we'll look at Wojciech Pijecki's solution and how he combines expressive and abstract concepts, with lots of colorful elements, transforming this brief into a vibrant work of art. About this Challenge Inspiration for doing this challenge came from the awesome "tuts+" solution presented in the post PsdTuts+ Presents: Exclusive Wallpapers By Tim and Bram Vanhaeren. Let's take a closer look at the brief and then look at the solution from Wojciech Pijecki here on Psdtuts+. Creative Brief for this Challenge For this challenge, we kept the brief simple, which would allow for the illustrators to really go in a creative direction that inspires them: Wojciech Pijecki's Solution.
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