Top 10 Companies in the US that Control Your Choices [Visualization]

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Avinash Kaushik shared this wonderful visualization which shows how amazing marketing can be. 10 companies in the US control almost 100% of the “choices” that we have when it comes to consumer products. We feel that we have a choice, but not really.

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LinkedInterview #3

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Sue Stockdale, I am a motivational speaker, executive coach and author, and work with clients ranging from global multinationals and leading Universities to entrepreneurs and not for profit organisations. They are based around the world and have one thing in common – the desire to achieve exceptional performance. (you can view Sue’s LinkedIn profile here)

When was your LinkedIn date of birth?

October 11th 2004 which made me one of the first million users worldwide!

Finish this sentence “to me LinkedIn is……….”

A quick and efficient tool to establish, build and maintain relationships. I tend to connect with a lot of people who have heard me speak so they know more about me than I do about them. LinkedIn helps me understand them better and assists me in being able to communicate in a relevant way that is of interest to them. I used to use a…

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Protecting Your Personal Information on the Web

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Mobile computing allows you to store documents, photos, video, and more within the cloud. However, many people have been hesitant to do so because of security concerns. The good news is that security is becoming stronger as mobile computing continues to grow and transform the way we live and do business.  

5 Tips to Keep Your Information Safe


1. Create strong passwords that use a combination of letters, symbols, and numbers. To boost security, use a phrase or sentence that you’re sure to remember, or use the first letters of each word in a favorite quote.


Man2. Never use the same password on all of the sites you visit.


3. Don’t store personal information, such as your password or credit card information, on your computer, tablet, or smart phone, or on a website that you visit frequently.


4. Install anti-virus software, which will protect your…

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