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Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid

Nov 01, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

Editors’ Note: Following the huge popularity of this post, article source Amy Morin has authored a guest post on exercises to increase mental strength here and Cheryl Conner has interviewed Amy in a Forbes video chat about this article here. For all the time executives spend concerned about physical strength and health, when it comes […]

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Can man-made Crystal Lagoons wedge vacationers away from golf courses? This guy thinks so

Nov 01, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , ,

It’s a tough image to resist. Acres of Caribbean blue water lined by broad promenades and luxe cabanas. White sand beaches — some serving as launches for swimmers and kayakers, and some designed for relaxing with a fruity cocktail — slope into a sparkling sea. But can you picture all that plunked down in Texas, a […]

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Construction industry embraces a new wave of healthcare facilities

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In many areas of the country, gone are the days when one had to spend hours in the car traveling to see a medical specialist or sit patiently all night in the emergency room waiting to connect with a doctor. Urgent care centers, walk-in clinics and medical specialty complexes are popping up nationwide, even in […]

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4 Tips for Growing a Sustainable Business

Oct 27, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

  In the old days, before online rating places like Yelp, TripAdvisor, OpenTable and even RateMyProfessors and HealthGrades, the worst that would happen if a company or service provider dished out poor goods or lousy service is that they’d get a bad reputation. Maybe they’d even have to fold. Consumers have more choices today than ever, […]

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We have liftoff: New FAA commercial drone rules now in effect

Sep 01, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

Dive Brief: The Federal Aviation Administration’s new small commercial drone rules went into effect Monday, and the agency said more than 3,300 potential drone pilots signed up for the first testing slots, according to Bloomberg. The FAA announced the new rules in June, clarifying what was an ambiguous set of drone rules and eliminating the […]

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Building boom resumes in as tech firms crave office space

Aug 11, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , ,

San Franciscans hoping that the city’s five-year, skyline-transforming tech boom is finally cooling off will have to wait a while longer. Maybe a lot longer. After a six-month period during which it seemed as if demand for tech office space had stalled out, fast-growing companies are once again fanning out across the city in search […]

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This gorgeous pool started out as a 3D-printed model

Jul 28, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

These days, it seems like if you can dream something, 3D printers can produce it. It doesn’t matter if you want to make a fully functioning robot or an entire earthquake-resistant villa, the list of uses for 3D printers is constantly growing and the technology is working its way into more and more industries. WhiteClouds, […]

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Tesla’s New Gigafactory: 10 Mind-Boggling Stats in the Construction Permits

Jun 24, 2016 (0) comment , , , , ,

Here’s all the wild stuff Elon Musk and co. have been up to in the desert. by Jack Crosby, June 23, 2016 Until now, most of our information on Elon Musk’s next big endeavor — the massive Tesla Gigafactory — came from drone footage of the site. When completed, the Gigafactory in the Nevada desert […]

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California construction workers uncover the perfectly preserved body of a 19th Century toddler

Jun 15, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

Tim Walker California California construction workers made a chilling discovery earlier this month, as they dug beneath a garage they were renovating in the Richmond district of San Francisco: a 145-year-old coffin, containing the perfectly preserved remains of a toddler. The homeowner, Ericka Karner, who has been staying with her family in Idaho during the […]

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Construction of giant ‘Crystal Lagoon’ swimming pool in Wesley Chapel to start soon

Apr 13, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , ,

By Alli Knothe, Times Staff Writer Construction of a giant swimming pool called a ‘Crystal Lagoon’ is set to begin soon in Wesley Chapel. This photo is of the San Alfonso Del Mar Lagoon in Algarrobo in Chile. Chilean-based company Crystal Lagoons makes gigantic swimming pools that look like lagoons and are increasingly used by […]

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