If You Eat Garlic And Honey On An Empty Stomach For 7 Days, Here’s What Happens To Your Body

When it comes to cooking, garlic is one of my favourite ingredients. And it’s such a versatile ingredient that it can be used in almost any savoury dish! Roasted with some proteins, stir-fried in some vegetables, blended into a creamy pasta sauce…. the list goes on and on. Personally, I absolutely love the flavour and aroma of garlic so when a recipe calls for two cloves of garlic, I’ll somehow justify to myself that I really should be putting in five or six. And the best part is that I don’t feel too guilty about it because garlic is healthy!

Garlic can be used to help lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure, and prevent cancer, heart attacks, coronary heart disease, and atherosclerosis. This superfood can also be used to help treat the common cold, the flu, bug bites, fungal infections, and traveller’s diarrhoea. Garlic is great for strengthening your immune system while eliminating toxins, leading many people to consume it after chemotherapy.
But while I love cooked garlic, garlic in its raw form is apparently how you’re going to get the best results. This is because heating garlic has been shown to reduce its anticancer properties and inactivate a key enzyme called alliinase. What you’ll want to do to maximise the health benefits of garlic is to crush it up raw, releasing the enzymes that will break down into good organosulfur compounds, and then eat it on an empty stomach. But raw garlic is incredibly pungent, so try this…

Take 2-3 garlic cloves, chop up and crush them, and mix it with a tablespoon of honey (also healthy with anti-bacterial properties!). If you can consume it this way on a regular basis, it can go a long way in boosting your immune system!

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Industrial Psychology And Acknowledgment

 

Industrial Psychology And Acknowledgment

In his job as an accounting professional, Anthony Stirling felt that the monetary rewards for his job were as good as he could anticipate. What he discovered hard to understand was the feeling of absence of worth that turning up every Monday early morning provided him. The office was highly effective however individuals very rarely appeared to have time to talk with each other and his boss was a far-off figure who hardly knew his name.

The reason why individuals, like Anthony, need recognition, besides money, to produce inspiration in their everyday work is not a secret.

Frederick Herzberg

In 1955 Frederick Herzberg an Industrial Psychologist released his writing on human relations at work which unwinded the role of influences on motivation at work.

The outcomes were not exactly what reasoning may determine. He produced two quite various lists; one showing what pleased people at work and the other revealing exactly what disappointed them.

Health Factors

– business policy

– business procedures

– relationship with supervisor

– workplace

– relationship with colleagues

– income

– status

– security

Incentives

– achievement

– personal growth

– career potential

– job complete satisfaction

– recognition

The list of features that disappoint individuals at work might not be expected, by themselves, to offer high levels of inspiration if they were supplied in unrealistic amounts. For example, if your chair is comfy and shows your organizational status, you are unlikely to feel a rise of inspiration if your boss offers you the exact same design with an extra cup holder.

The causes of fulfillment included aspects like personal development and recognition. These, it appears, might just be utilized to inspire if the frustration list had been remedied. Herzberg does not believe that motivation is absent in organizations with a long "dissatisfiers" list; he simply explains exactly what we need to currently know; that attempts to encourage may be squandered if frustration is not dealt with initially.

Herzberg compared a typical worker to a recovering client. He concluded that the "dissatisfiers" were actually Hygiene Factors. These are essential for satisfying recovery of the "patient" but are not, in themselves, able to ensure complete health. The "satisfiers" list is, in truth, a list of Motivators; those things that truly trigger the "client" to promote healing and to become totally operating.

This powerful analogy makes it clear that, if the Hygiene elements are deficient in any way, it wouldn't matter how much effort was put into the Motivators, the client might potentially pass away anyhow.

The conclusion to draw from Fred Herzberg's work is that acknowledgment is an essential incentive in the office. Nevertheless applying acknowledgment in a vacuum without guaranteeing that the Hygiene Factors are efficiently handled may produce few returns for the effort made.

Herzberg's findings are amplified by other Industrial Psychologists such as Abraham Maslow and Douglas McGregor so, although these easy realities have been taped for the very best part of 50 years some companies, like Anthony's company either forgot or never troubled to integrate in a reliable recognition system.

The causes of complete satisfaction consisted of factors like personal development and acknowledgment. These, it appears, might only be used to inspire if the dissatisfaction list had been rectified. Herzberg does not think that inspiration is missing in organizations with a long "dissatisfiers" list; he merely points out what we must currently know; that tries to encourage might be lost if discontentment is not attended to.

Herzberg compared a normal employee to a recovering client. The "satisfiers" list is, in truth, a list of Motivators; those things that really trigger the "patient" to press for healing and to become totally functioning.

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Instagram Expands To Over 500 Mil-Can it save Facebook?

Why is this happening? Reason: Most people on the go are highly visual and don't tend to read much anymore. "A Picture Says A Thousand Words" as the old saying goes, so maybe there is something to keeping it short and sweet and visual. 

"Facebook has spread its tentacles into the messaging boom after building the world's most popular social network, buying Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock in 2012. Facebook also owns two other of the world's most popular apps: WhatsApp, which it bought for billions and has 1 billion users, and its homegrown app, Facebook Messenger, which hit 900 million users in April.

"Facebook itself captures enormous amounts of people’s attention on their mobile devices, and that’s hugely powerful. But there will always be alternatives either in broad use or in use by demographic or geographic segments," said Jan Dawson, chief analyst with Jackdaw Research.

EMarketer forecast for Instagram mobile adverting revenue.

EMarketer forecast for Instagram mobile adverting revenue. (Photo: EMarketer)

Instagram, for example, is popular with teens.

"Facebook has arguably been deploying the candy bar strategy — own as many of the brands on the shelf as possible to maximize your market share," Dawson said.

The exception: Snapchat, the mobile app popular with young people which Facebook tried to buy twice.

"It remains to be seen how important that miss will be, but it’s already clear that it’s a really important competitor to Facebook for people’s time and attention, and for companies’ ad dollars," Dawson said.

SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst Robert Peck says Instagram's overall growth is impressive but the numbers suggest growth in the U.S. is slowing as competition from Snapchat escalates.

"We note that most, if not all, of the (monthly active user) growth is coming from international markets. In fact, we estimate the U.S. market likely grew in a range of 0 to 18% on an annualized basis in the most recent 9 month period," Peck wrote in a research report on Tuesday.

Instagram targets small business ad revenue

The jump in Instagram users — and their advertising-pleasing demographics — has helped Facebook bill Instagram as a buy for marketers looking to increase awareness and spur sales. Evidence of its early commercial promise: Instagram already has more than 200,000 advertisers. Analysts say Instagram's nascent advertising business is growing rapidly.

Research firm eMarketer expects Instagram's global mobile ad revenue to reach $1.53 billion this year and more than $5 billion by 2018. Analysts say Instagram's contributions are already being felt in Facebook financial results even though the giant social network does not break those out.

"What is certain is that Instagram has been a big factor in Facebook’s recent repeated blowing out of its financial results, and its impressive rate of revenue growth in particular," Dawson said."

Can Instagram save Facebook? With Facebook trending down and Instagram trending up maybe it will pick up the loss of Facebook. Pretty smart move Facebook! 

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Dr. Raymond Jewell

PS: Dr. Raymond Jewell is a leading Economist specializing in the Small and Home Based Business Marketplace. He is a Alpha Founder with Markethive and manages several blogs on the hive. Dr. Jewell is a professional Network Marketer and represents several companies successfully. He can be reached through Markethive.

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29 Motivational Quotes for Company and other Work Environments

29 Motivational Quotes for Company and other Work Environments

Some days an inspirational quote can supply a quick pick-me-up for staff members as well as management. They can be a breath of fresh air when it comes to a dull afternoon. These are also a terrific method to jazz up a newsletter or a memo and even to merely print and connect to a publication board. Utilizing quotes like these are perfect ways to produce an inspirational and successful workplace. As Mr. Rick Pitino states "The only method to obtain individuals to like striving is to inspire them. Today, individuals should understand why they're striving. Every individual in a company is motivated by something various."– Rick Pitino

Motivational Quotes:

1. Mahatma Gandhi: You must be the change you wish to see in the world.

2. Jim Stovall: You need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes, and encourage them in their pursuits. When we all help one another, everybody wins.

3. Robert Frost: The only way around is through.

4. Warren Buffett: You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don't do too many things wrong.

5. Les Brown: You must remain focused on your journey to greatness.

6. Theodore Roosevelt Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.

7. Charles F. Kettering: Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier

8. Henry Ford: Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't, you're right!

9. Jim Rohn: You must either modify your dreams or magnify your skills.

10. William Hazlitt: Who likes not his business, his business likes not him.

11. Denis Waitley: Winners take time to relish their work, knowing that scaling the mountain is what makes the view from the top so exhilarating.

12. Le Iacocca: Management is nothing more than motivating other people.

13. Dwight D.: Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.

14. Drucker: The most serious mistakes are not being made as a result of wrong answers. The truly dangerous thing is asking the wrong question

15. Max Schmelling: Why did I want to win? Because I didn't want to lose!

16. J. Paul Getty: To succeed in business, to reach the top, an individual must know all it is possible to know about that business.

17. Pierre Corneille: To win without risk is to triumph without glory.

18. Tony Dorsett: To succeed… You need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you.

19. James Broughton: The only limits are, as always, those of vision.

20. George Kneller: To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.

21. Peter McWilliams: To the degree we're not living our dreams; our comfort zone has more control of us than we have over ourselves.

22. Johann Wolfgang Von Goeth: To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult.

23. Tryon Edwards: To waken interest and kindle enthusiasm is the sure way to teach easily and successfully.

24. Spanish Proverb: Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week.

25. Lyndon B. Johnson: The noblest search is the search for excellence

26. Charles M. Schwab: The man who does not work for the love of work but only for money is not likely to neither make money nor find much fun in life.

27. Chinese Proverb: The miracle is not to fly in the air, or to walk on the water; but to walk on the earth.

28. John Naisbitt: The new source of power is not money in the hands of a few, but information in the hands of many.

29. Henry Ford: The man who will use his skill and constructive imagination to see how much he can give for a dollar, instead of how little he can give for a dollar, is bound to succeed.

Many employers will add these quotes inside the employees' paycheck envelope. In some cases it might be an inspirational quote, other times a silly remedy. Consist of employee birthdays or other essential occasions to help your employees feel a part of the group.

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