Bilder des Tages 1. April 2013 dpa Unvergessener „Comandante“: Graffiti-Künstler lassen ein Porträt des verstorbenen venezolanischen Präsidenten Hugo Chavez in Caracas entstehen. Foto: Miguel Gutiérrez dpa / Karl-Josef Hildenbrand Ein Winzer verteilt Stroh auf einem Weinberg bei Retzbach (Bayern).
Would you like to be happier? I’ve gathered 7 tips you can put into practice immediately for more happiness in your life. The trick is to take what you believe will work for you right now, put it into practice, and build on your successes. You needn’t always be grins but I’m hopeful that you’ll get a few more with the following insights. Enjoy! 1.
A few potentially useful thoughts about work and working life. When you’ve reached enlightenment, your boss will still be a jerk. The good news is that it won’t bother you any more.
Three years ago, one of my mentors was debating internally about how to handle a personnel situation. There were enough funds to employ one person. The performance of one worker was better overall, but the other worker often showed flashes of brilliance and was trusted more by his coworker. In the end, the decision was made to keep the one with flashes of brilliance. After all, in my mentor’s words, “followers are easily replaceable, leaders are not.”
“Humanity’s greatest advances are not in its discoveries, but in how those discoveries are applied to reduce inequity.” – Bill Gates Passion, intensity, and tenacity. That’s one way to describe Bill Gates.
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-6707" title="warriors thebes" src="http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads/2009/10/seven.jpg" alt="seven" width="509" height="278" /> In Euripides’ Suppliant Women , a messenger reports the bravery of the seven men who died while trying to take back the city of Thebes. All the men who died were not only great warriors, but they lived exemplary lives of honorable manliness. Hear, then.
I just re-read "Born to Run" (it was excellent once again).... One of the big lessons I took from it was the nutritional advice to "eat like you are poor" - in other words eating basic, but nutritional, food - avoiding meat and processed foods. I thought it would be nice if we could start a thread of simple recipes that seem to work for your running. I'll start: Rice and beans seems to be the most economical and nutritious thing I can make. It is simple: I cook up a cup of whole grain rice.
Lucidworks Enterprise search solution is built on top of Apache Solr. It scales seamlessly w/sub-second response times under extreme query loads for multi-billion document collections. It has user friendly UI, which does all the job of configuration and search. It is built on top of Solr, It has all its features like full-text search, result highlighting, faceted search, database integration, caching, distributed search and index replication. LucidWorks has which crawls the web, localsystem, database.
Oh to be agile, and not just in the sense of physical agility, although that would be nice too. The sense of agility that I'm referring to is, the ability to change focus, change the direction of your life, quickly and with as little impact on your life as a whole. Being able to quickly change direction, refocus, and get back on track are key qualities to establishing agility in your life. By being agile you're better able to act on ideas, opportunities, and you can quickly start taking these ideas forward. But this is easier said than done, right? How can we become more agile?