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What are the new features of Office 2013?
Microsoft Office 213 has pretty new features that someone would like to have.n Word Read Mode Word can be an e-reader. Read mode removes the tool bars and lets you swipe your way through a document. Word is now video friendly . You can search for videos on the Web and YouTube and add them to your documents without leaving Word. Word can also play the videos. Word now does really good job converting PDFs into Word format . You can open a PDF in Word or insert one (or part of one) into your document. Excel has made it easier to create charts and work withmon formulas on spreadsheets. From PowerPoint you can find and add photos from your albums on Facebook Flickr and other online services without having to first save them to your PC. PowerPoint now has a bunch of nifty new features for you like Presenter's view makes it easier to work with two screens. Slide Zoom let's you zoom in on a portion of your slide. The best feature in OneNote is still awesome It syncs an audio or video to your d or scribbled notes. If you record say a lecture you can hear what your professor was saying when you wrote down a particular sentence. Outlook 213 now easily integrate s with OneNote . This is the best in the basket out there. Powerpoint slides imported to OneNote and we can write notes on the slides to help us later .(Personally I loved it) n Integration with the cloud but in that case you can just use SkyDrive and nothing you want to use any other cloud space provider you can manually upload the file. Learn more from New charts and custom shapes for powerpoint slides in office 213. New templates to be used in Word 213. All in all its really cool features and integrated with previous word features which give it an upper hand when we are choosing among options we have !!!
What are the most common mistakes first time entrepreneurs make?
I've started 5panies-- several (fortunately) very a couple painful failures. I've learned far far more from the failures than the successes. There's one rule and one rule only to business success NEVER drop the ball. The ball is everything related to the business. A growing business screams like a baby. It never stops asking for your attention. Take your eye off the ball for 1 minute and you'll slip off the treadmill. Businesses fail because people lose their focus. Look at every failedpany and it all gets back to that. They lost their direction and focus. Success is virtually guaranteed when you're absolutely obsessed and absorbed in the business. Therefore n1) Never outsource anything important. Ever. There's no such thing as a brain transplant. You can get a new heart a new arm-- mechanical things-- but you can't replace the central nervous system. 2) Never trust anyone with anything critical. No one. You have to be the one to take care of it. And don't even trust yourself. Constantly question how you're doing what you're doing why you're doing it. 3) Never stop thinking about what can go wrong because something is always going wrong. 4) Never trust your reports who tell you everything is fine. Nothing is ever fine. Things are always breaking. Things are always going wrong. (We say rejoice things are breaking. We're growing!). Breaking isn't necessarily a bad thing. Frustrating yes but not bad. It usually means you're growing. 5) Treat your customers better than your spouse. Take your customers for granted pay the price. Without customers yourpany is a high school science project. 6) Businesses are 1% about cash flow. Cash is king. Never forget that cash is king. Did I mention that cash is king. Guard it jealously until you have an embarrassment of riches. Then let your investors that you're not paying a big enough dividend; and then you can ease off the gas. The truth is nobody cares about your big idea and your cool technology. Not investors not employees not your spouse and not your mother. What they care about is are you making a lot of money or not? Or if not are you clearly on the path to creating such tremendous protected asset value that one day very soon the business will start kicking off tons of cash. Then your investors and your spouse and your employees and your mother and Inc. Magazine will all shower you with praise and lift you up on their shoulders and go marching out of the room and singing a song about you. Google isn't valuable because it has great technology-- it's because those mofos mint money. And FB is just sitting on a goldmine of active users so they are highly valuable. But it's about money and nothing more. (Btw money is a *measure* not a goal.) 7) You fail because you let things fail. And at the end of the day you'll blame every person you've ever met for your failure. You'll give 1 reasons why it's their fault. How that employee didn't do his job. How that customer screwed you. How that investor didn't invest when it was really important. How the damn developers just sat on their asses and delivered dog crap to you. Then you'll wake up one night when it's just you sitting there alone and you'll realize that you're the entrepreneur and you're the only one holding the bag of responsibility. Thatpany is yours even if you're a 1% equity holder. Employees are as loyal as cats. Investors have lots of other deals going on. Customers always have other options and they're pretty good about reminding you of that. So at the end of the day it's just you. You and yourpany. Because you see thepany is you. You are thepany. You are singular zen being. That's when the lightbulb goes on and you have to be a big boy or big girl and say I take absolute and total responsibility for the success or failure of thispany. It will succeed in part by me and I will get partial credit for its success. But it will fail in full by me and I will take 1% of the responsibility for its failure. Sorry you only get partial credit but 1% responsibility. A metaphor When I taught rock climbing as an undergraduate at Berkeley we did big climbs in Yosemite. And it wasmon wisdom that the people who fall are the ones who let themselves fall. The ones who climb to the top are the ones who persevere every minute and insist their way to the top. They never even let their toe budge an inch. Their fingers cling to the rock often in pain invariably bleeding. But they hold on and insist their way to the summit.
What are some useful day-to-day Android applications?
Apps that I use on a daily basis Waze - I grew up in Phoenix where everything is on a grid but then I moved to Boston where I feel like I apparated there and wouldn't have a clue how to get back. Waze is my go to GPS. Spotify - I bit the bullet and upgraded to premium Spotify and it's the happiest app purchase I've ever made. If you're a music junkie like me this is THE app for your fix. Hangouts - I use Google Hangouts as my default SMS app. I find it has better UI is more reliable and keeps all your Gmail messaging and SMS in the same place. IFTTT - If This Then That lets me set up conditionals so I never have to worry for the things that need to follow an action or occurrence i.e. If I arrive at work location then turn my phone on vibrate. There are many conditionals that exist and more you can create. Misfit - There are lots of activity tracker apps out there and I used to love Google Fit but it doesn't work on the HTC One M8(I mean really Google? How hard can that be?). I also can't use most activity tracker wearables as they mostly have stainless steel mon metal allergy to nickel) but Misfit is small light and magnetic so I can clip it to clothes and sync via Blutooth to the app. It also syncs with apps like Walgreens MyFitnessPal and more. Clean Master Doctor Love it for knowing which apps are zapping my power in an easy and digestable manner and quick optimization to make sure my device is in top condition. Inkpad - There are a lot of list apps out there (super saturated market) I just happen to like this one.
Why do so many people think they can diagnose narcissistic personality disorder when they have no training?
Where can you get trained? I think people associate the best they can based off of their experience. Sure some people are diehard diagnosing people based off small amount of evidence. However that evidence may be strong. It may be convincing. Sure some people are way off base and most likely causing more problems then they will ever admit. One thing people have to understand is that narcissist's need to have shown this behavior for a longer time then most have been exposed to. One might say this person during our relationship is exhibiting narcissistic personality traits. You might also need to understand that most people who are not a narcissist will lie cheat steal. They will manipulate. They will project. They will push and pull. They will gaslight. This just means they are educated in protecting themselves getting what they want off people and doing whatever they want however they want whenever they want. A narcissist will not be very skilled at all these things in a way that somebody that is neurotypical that is just a human.. which is basically 9% of the population is human nature to lie is to protect themselves.. is not to be empathetic. Most likely a narcissist can't really exhibit any of empathy. Some can understand it on a different level. But empaths - people who are empathetic or really the people most capable of manipulating somebody because they can understand and bond with somebody on a different level because of their empathy. Look at Hillary Clinton. Look at Bill Clinton. They are master manipulators skilled in the art of empathy. Empathy is the most powerful tool in manipulation. It's just a lot of times that empathy will trigger a sort of Mercy orpassion and that person will not take advantage of the other person however that is not human nature. it is human nature to deceive it is human nature to lie it is human nature to make yourself look better than you really are it is human nature to blame others it is human nature to be racist. However when I say everybody is racist I mean it in a tribal sense. You feel morefortable with people that you are like. This is why mirroring is such an effective tool for creating bonds with people and it can be used for good or bad. the of racism that we are speaking about in the news these days is more like what happened to Emmett Louis Till. The young black boy who whistled at a white woman at the wrong place at the wrong time. He was drug from his home while his mother stood by helpless while these racist white men lynched the poor boy and beat him to death. He was unrecognizable after they found him tied to a wheel that pulled him to drown him. This is learned racism that is a lot different than what I'm speaking about. Back to the question.. there really is no training except for actually experiencing these behaviors. Which could be just a short. Of this behavior that was brought on by particular circumstances. it could actually be narcissism which stems from Early childhood where they had to learn particular coping methods because they could not trust anybody. we had nobody to help them establish their sense of self. This is very different than people that practice the dark arts of psychology. These are normal people that understand the way the world works. There's a book called the laws of human nature There's another book called the 48 laws of power There's another book called never split the difference And last but not least a book called influence. This will tell you that you will find people acting like narcissists that aren't really narcissists. It's human nature to act like a narcissist but not be sick like a narcissist. You will find more people that pretend to be your friends are not really your friends and what they are doing is actually acting like a narcissist wood by telling you what you want to hear not being honest with you stabbing in you when you back when you least expect it. Most of your friends are really your enemies. Most lf your enemies will over time make better friends. And don't let anybody tell you differently but empathy is the most powerful manipulation tool in the book.