Is It a Problem That Computers Will Soon Be Able to Think?

Having upgraded and modern software, which is still on research, installed in computers, is it a threat that they will soon be able to think? Or, rather is it actually the problem that humans will start to think like computers? Read on for a discussion on this aspect.

That computers will be able to think is a plus for humans. Humans do not have to do all the hard work any longer. They get to relax more and have lots of leisure.

On the other hand, when humans sit down to interact with computers, now that they are smart, the human brain is more likely to grasp the level the computer is thinking and how it is doing so that they continuously focus on the issue. Therefore, in the long run, humans will start to think like computers which poses a problem to society.

These people will be weirdos, no longer being able to enjoy family life and recreation. Their minds will continue to concentrate on how computers are able to think and get glued to the aspect so that they go into another world, which no force might be able to bring them back to the real world.

They will continuously toil in lab in an effort to understand computers and interact with them at the root level so that hope for their families and social circles will get lost and lives will be changed for the worse.

Therefore, it is critical to comprehend that computers should be allowed to think and make the job of humans easier but no way humans should try to think like them. Because as I have illustrated, it poses a threat for others and they are actually likely to convert into robots, no more being able to function like real humans, missing out on all the fun of life.

It is encouraged though that humans work in labs to try to make computers and robots think that will help to solve complex real-life problems. But humans shouldn't give attention about how they are doing it at the basic level otherwise they start to think like them and all hope is lost.

Summing up, I would suggest humans keep their distance from computers and robots but work on them to make them function in smart ways without getting dangerously involved with them so that they cease to start thinking like machines. That machines will be able to think is not the problem at all. Actually the problem is the other way round and humans should be cautious and canny and know beforehand where the threat actually lies.

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7 Thoughts From Scripture for Struggling Christian Business Owners

I have seen a lot of articles that list scriptures for Christian business owners, but rarely do they have practical wisdom that goes with them. Yes, scripture can speak for itself, but when we are struggling Bible verses seem to get glossed over by our stressed out mind.

I want to share with you seven Bible verses with seven thoughts and seven insights. I know when I am going through a tough time, it helps me to 'hear' from someone who understands what I am going through. It makes the Bible come to life when someone shares it from a perspective of a Christian entrepreneur.

Worries are like butterflies, they need to be released.

It is easy to worry. There are so many things to think about it can be overwhelming. Take heart … and mind. When we look at the way we try to handle our problems, we often leave God out of the solution. He cares about all the things you go through and is there to help when we ask Him. We must learn to release our worries to God so that He can work wondrous things for us.

Philippians 4: 6-7 "do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. "

Humility lets us bring others into our struggles.

Sometimes when we get caught up in tough times we try to take on everything ourselves. We must learn to delegate and let others help us. We must bring others in to pray for us and with us. We are leaders in our business, but more than that, we are part of a faith community. God wants us to help us with our anxieties and He may have placed people in your life to do just that. We must remember that God cares for us.

1 Peter 5: 6-7 "Humble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God so that at the proper time he may exalt you, casting all your anxieties on him, because he cares for you."

Our reaction to our struggles defines our success.

We don't like to go through hard times, but when we do our reaction to those tough times can make or break us. When we redefine our struggles in light of what God is doing and has done in our lives, we find God's power working even in the tough times.

James 1: 2-4 "Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. "

Perspectives help us define our problems.

When we go through tough times, we get caught up thinking about all the bad things that could happen. I have an elderly lady at my church tell me, "Quit sowing worries." If you look at your troubles in light of all the things that others are going through, your problems may seem a lot less. Across the world people are starving, being beheaded for their faith and their homes are being destroyed by bombs. How does your problem look compared to those?

Psalm 46: 1-3 "God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and mountains quake and with their surging. "

We can praise God even when times are tough.

David went through some horrible trials. His boss tried to kill him. His best friends betrayed him. His kids killed each other. Yet, through all of these things, he always took time to worship. He looked to God in the good and the bad. There are so many Psalms that start out talking about how bad thing are only to end by focusing his attention back to praising God for all he has.

Psalm 37: 3-6 "Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture. Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will do this; He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn, the justice of your cause like the noonday sun. "

Action trumps worry almost every time.

Worrying is what happens when we are not taking action. Christian business owners are people of action. Instead of worrying about the things you cannot change, take action on the things you can. Action will lead to better results than thinking and worrying about your struggles. Take time to write out your problems, get them out of your head and plan a strategy to take care of business.

Matthew 6: 25-27 "Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the body more important than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life? "

You have a purpose

If there is one thing you will see over and over again on this webpage, it is the fact that you have a purpose. You are a Christian. You were created to be an entrepreneur. God placed a desire in your life to help other and you are a Christian business owner who can make a difference in the world. Go and do what God has called you to do.

Romans 8:28 "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose."

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Small Business Marketing Strategy – A Blink Lesson Part 5

This is Article five of six in a series of lessons for small business marketers from Malcolm Gladwell's Blink .

Wow, what a great chapter for marketers Chapter Five in Blink is. This quote on p. 160 outlines the thoughts a great marketer (Louis Cheskin) had on packaging: "Cheskin was convinced that when people give an assessment of something they might buy in a supermarket or a department store, without realizing it, they transfer sensations or impressions that they have about the packaging of the product to the product itself. To put it another way, Cheskin believed that most of us don't make a distinction – on an unconscious level – between the package and the product. The product is the package and the product combined. "

A key concept in this chapter is that experts are often more reliable at identifying what will work – or won't – in the marketplace than market research based on consumer surveys. For small business marketers, then, this chapter is a must-read. You know full-well you rarely have the money for consumer surveys.

Gladwell explores the New Coke debacle and the incompleteness of the market research that led up to it. Although this is a well-known marketing mistake, Gladwell supplies his typical journalistic behind-the-scenes story, and clues us in on why the marketing information that Coke marketers used to base their decision on was flawed to begin with.

Even more fascinating is his exploration of the musician named Kenna, a person music experts agree should be a smash, but can't get Top 40 airtime on radio because market research can't capture the same information the experts see in a Blink.

Why? Because as Gladwell points out, the "… first impressions of experts are different … more esoteric and complex." (p. 179). Kenna's music is different and hard to put a specific label on, so the music market research can't adequately measure him.

Gladwell also relates the story of the Aeron chair – a new product with a completely innovative look that even experts said would fail. But with this chair, which looked so different, people did not know how they themselves felt about it; Gladwell says consumers "misinterpreted their own feelings" (p. 173). Market research indicated the chair would fail, but it did, because it was a great product.

What's this chapter mean for the small business owner? Two lessons.

For one, we need to understand the limits of market research. This method is not fool-proof nor will it guarantee market success or prevent market failure.

Second, the small business owner should learn to recognize in just what areas she is expert and in what subjects she is not. In areas where you know you are an expert – where your years of experience have taught you well and you can now realize something in a blink about your industry or your industry as it relates to your customers-well on those topics it's a safe bet that you really are an expert.

However, a key pitfall is to then think you are expert in all areas of your business. You aren't, and even your customers aren't. They are super-savvy purchasers, but they, too, are not always aware of why they do what they do … so, where possible, study what they do, and then find out ways to alter that behavior in your favor.

Remember: Brand (who you are) + Package (your Face to the Customer) + People (customers and employees) = Marketing Success.

© 2006 Marketing Hawks

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How to Dominate China As a Marketer – An Advice From an Insider

Olivia, what is the story behind your move to China?

I started studying Chinese at St. Louis Mary's High School. It was the first high school in Oregon to offer Chinese program. The summer after my first year of studying we had an opportunity to come to China and I was one of the seven students selected. We traveled all around China during the holiday, it was my first trip outside of the States. It was Summer 2007, and we went to Beijing, Henan, and the southern part of China, Kunming in the Yunnan province. It was so different from anything I had known or been exposed to before. After that experience, I started thinking that this is the path that I wanted to follow. I studied Chinese and business throughout college and I completed my final six months of college in Beijing, at Beijing Language and Culture University. I moved there by myself and enrolled in an intensive language program. The classes were only taught in Chinese and I was the only American in my class, with no other native English speakers. I think I cried a lot (laugh) and I was a little bit miserable for about five months, but by the sixth month I was loving it: I have this distinctive memory of riding in a cab and passing all these incredible buildings in Beijing. The energy from the city was electrifying. I went back to Oregon, graduated and found a job at an international adoption agency. I was helping prospective parents through the first 1 to 2 years of the adoption process. I was also helping to update the organization's website to drive more traffic and liaising with our Beijing office. While this role was a huge learning opportunity for me, I knew it wasn't my career path. I really wanted to move back to China and pursue a career in international business.

How did you do it?

The easiest way to be back in China quickly was through a teaching job. To the surprise of my friends and family, it only took me a couple of weeks to get one. The whole process of getting a visa took around four months. My parents knew I wanted to move back to China. Although it was probably hard for them, they never questioned it. They knew I could do it and I knew I was determined to make it work. I ended up in a city nearby Shanghai. The first time I visited Shanghai in March 2015 I totally fell in love with the city. I said to myself: I must move here. And to think, I didn't even know what I know now about the city!

How did you find your current job?

I was using LinkedIn, Smart Shanghai, E-China cities. I had quite a few interviews, but nothing really seemed to be the right role for me. I knew I was passionate about and storytelling and how brands design and market products. At that time, I did not know marketing and branding were the answer until after I had an interview for a marketing position with a solar energy company. Although it was not the right fit I enjoyed working on several interview projects. It helped me to narrow down my search.

The position I am in now was posted on LinkedIn and I applied for it. I had fifty connections and an outdated profile picture, but I got called in for the interview. Now I have over 1,100 followers and have published several popular posts and articles, several of them receiving over 12,000 views. I was featured in Forbes because of a connection I made on LinkedIn. We began a conversation about getting qualified leads through HubSpot, and we ended up writing an article that was published on Forbes, in just over a week it surpassed 5,000 views.

I know people in my industry are using LinkedIn, but I don't see people, especially my peers, using it to its full potential. Nowadays building your personal brand is extremely important, it is the biggest thing you will carry with you from job to job. The reality is that my generation will be changing jobs at least a few times throughout their careers. LinkedIn is the platform to build your professional presence online. Twitter and Instagram are important too, but the LinkedIn is the ultimate professional space where people are going to go to search not only for talent but for thought leadership. How have you contributed, what do you have to say about your industry? Building and interacting with your network is important, and now is the time to utilize LinkedIn to do this.

Can you tell us about your typical day at work?

I work for Brandigo, a global branding, and marketing agency, with offices in Shanghai, Boston and Manchester. I'm based in Shanghai as our in-house marketing manager. I develop and carry out our inbound marketing strategy, this means I'm working with our marketing automation software, HubSpot, which helps to attract and track qualified leads. Each day I'm checking how are people interacting with our website, looking at which content is the most read and shared, what problems are people searching for that we can help solve, and what channels are they using? I develop our content strategy, keep our marketing collaterals updated and looking fresh.

What are the skills needed to succeed in marketing and branding in China?

You have to realize that the market here is unlike anything you have seen and experienced before. I cannot tell you how many conversations I have with professionals in this industry who will tell you that no matter what, you must be prepared to throw most of what you know out the window. China is changing incredibly fast, much faster than in the West. I see many international brands coming into China and they have no idea what WeChat is, but they want it. The fact is that marketers need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. China is massive, each city is like an individual country, and all these cities are very different from each other. A great WeChat will only get you so far, it's about finding the right way to localize everything. If you can roll with the punches, see 10 steps ahead, listen to what is happening, and be flexible, you can survive in China.

What is your advice for someone who's just relocating to China?

At the beginning, it seems like a massive life change. And it will be! But you have to be proactive and seek out groups and events that interest you. The unique aspect of being an expat is that you will almost always be able to relate to other expats on some level. You will share this common affinity for adventure and independence. There will be hard days, days, when everything seems to be working against you and nothing, makes sense. These tough days are amplified by the fact that you are another side of the world from everything you have ever known to be comforting. However, compared to other parts of China, living in Shanghai is easy, because most people speak English, and it is a modern, multi-cultural city. Find your community, find people who share the same values, interests, passions and surround yourself with people and projects which can expand your horizons and keep you grounded.

How did you find your community?

I moved here in August 2016 and did not know anyone in the city. I searched on and found Girl Gone International . This was the first community I got involved in and it gave me a gateway to many other friendships and relevant communities. The incredible thing about China is that we have WeChat, and WeChat groups. These groups can have up to 500 people in them, and when they are well managed, like the GGI (Girl Gone International) ones, they can be incredibly useful. After GGI I attended a number of networking events, and have since become actively involved in other groups such as IPWS (International Professional Women's Society), TedxPuxi, and FitFam. The community that I have grown the most with has been FItFam. I got involved with FitFam – a free fitness community in Shanghai, which started about two years ago. Currently, FitFam has 14 locations all over Shanghai with over 2,000 active members, and over 5,500 WeChat followers. I manage the FitFam WeChat account and communication strategies. The FitFam community is so special to me, everyone, foreigners and Chinese, are so supportive and always welcoming. This community has given me so much, especially because I have been able to combine my passion for fitness and healthy living with my passion for marketing and content creation. I truly believe that if I was back home I would not have pushed myself to get involved in so many different organizations, meet so many diverse people or challenged myself explore my passions. In Shanghai, you can meet so many incredible people from backgrounds you never imagined, try new things you did not even know existed, and simply get out of your comfort zone. I believe Shanghai gives you the opportunity to become a much stronger, empowered person.

What is the question no one asked you about, and you feel they should?

"What can you do differently?" I made a huge, and hard decision to leave my family and my home to come to another country to work. There are some tough days; It can be lonely, and sometimes nothing makes sense, but the hard work and sacrifice should be for something much bigger. My initial decision 10 years ago to start learning Chinese was because I wanted to do something out of the ordinary. During this past year, I have tried to take in every experience, every opportunity that I possibly could. The more people I meet, the more I learn, not only about myself but also about the industry I work in. Today the world we live in is increasingly competitive, and I believe that to make an impact, not only in my own life but also to impact the lives of others in a positive way, it requires us to seek out opportunities and challenges that are outside of the norm. This is what I am looking to do.

Thank you, Olivia, we are looking forward our next interview: Everything About Branding.

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Securing a Small Business Loan

Insufficient funding is one of the top reasons why 80% of businesses fail within the first year and a half. As a business owner, not only do you have to cover all operating expenses, but the time and effort needed to succeed means you will almost certainly have to bid farewell to your day job and regular pay checks. Unless you've saved up enough to pay for everything for at least 18 months, you will probably have to find other sources of funding.

However, here we encounter another problem. A recent survey cited by the Credit Union Times showed that only about one-fifth of small business owners – incidentally about the same rate of successful businesses – rely on a small business loan. The survey showed that 62% were fearful of taking on a loan and almost one-fourth of respondents think they would not be approved for one. A Harvard Business School working paper by Karen Mills (Administrator of the US Small Business Administration until 2013) showed even more discouraging statistics. Banks continue to apply measures that restrict small business lending since the financial crisis hit, since such loans are generally always riskier than those to large businesses. Loans amounting to $ 1 million or less – the domain of small businesses – have gone down 21% since 2008. These loans were made up half of all bank loans in 1995, but only 30% in 2012.

So what can you do to have a better chance at securing a loan?

As the saying goes, "The devil is in the details." Given the stricter requirements of banks, you will need to come up with a very convincing plan that shows your business will truly make a profit. Each number presented has to be supported by hard evidence or at least some realistic projections backed by in-depth research. There must also be a clear plan as to where the money will go and how it will influence your business's success.

Aside from this, your entire personal finances will also be scrutinized, so make sure your taxes, mortgages, credit cards, assets and liabilities, and even your credentials are all spotless and in order.

The bottom line is, if you believe in your business idea and do the necessary due diligence in coming up with a sound budget and business plan, there should be no reason to be denied a small business loan. Otherwise, you may want to reconsider quitting your day job.

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"How to Draw Cars Like a Pro" – Is it Worth It?

Is "How To Draw Cars Like A Pro" still the best book on how to draw cars? There's only so much you can get from looking at step by step car drawing pictures and this book doesn't do much to help that. A lot of people are looking for better and more interactive ways to learn, so does this book cut it and what's the better alternative?

In my opinion "How To Draw Cars Like a Pro" might be one of those things you buy excitedly, look through, get bored and then store in a cupboard where it can try and teach the dust mites how to draw a car. This is a problem with a lot of drawing books these days, they're just not fun enough to read and you actually have to work hard not to get too bogged down in them. So is there a solution to this problem or are all us car enthusiasts doomed to turn page after page of drudgery?

Luckily no! This problem has forced authors to try something new and push the boundaries. They've done this by creating e-books. Why is an e-book better than an actual book? Because e-books can contain videos, can be updated regularly and can be downloaded instantly. You can have someone talking to you in a video, guiding you through every step involved in learning how to draw cars. And your never going to get coffee stains on it!

E-books really are a much better idea if you want to learn how to draw a car. If you order a book like "How To Draw Cars Like A Pro", you will end up having to pay for shipping and waiting a week or more before you even get the book. By then you might not even want to draw anymore!

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The Pharmacy School Interview With Actual Interview Questions

The pharmacy school interview is an integral part of the application process as the admission staff, who already knows everything about you on paper, will finally be able to see how you will fit into their program. This is also your time to interview each pharmacy school, so be prepared to ask questions you may have about their program.

Most pharmacy schools do a good job of making the interview session as comfortable and non-stressful as possible. Usually current pharmacy school students will greet you and make conversation with you. Take full advantage of this opportunity to loosen yourself up and practice your speaking skills. By this time you should have already completed your speech requirement, so now is the time to make use of what you have learned in the classroom!

Prepare yourself by familiarizing yourself with what you wrote on your personal statement essay. In addition, it is a good idea to have a general idea on what kind of questions are going to be asked.

As soon as you meet your interviewers, take the initiative to build rapport / spark up a mini conversation (crazy traffic this morning, beautiful day, etc). Smile and split eye contact between all your interviewers as much as possible when you are speaking and keep eye contact on the person asking the questions.

Some General Interview Questions
1. Tell me about yourself
2. What was your favorite / most difficult course in college?
3. Who is your greatest role model?
4. What is a negative aspect about yourself? How have you worked on making it better?
5. Describe a moment you felt proud an accomplishment.
6. Why our pharmacy program?
7. What do you want to do after you graduate?
8. What do you do in your free time?
9. Why pharmacy, why not research or medicine?
10. What got you interested in pharmacy?
11. What are the most important attributes of a pharmacist?
12. What makes you stand out among other applicants?
13. What got you interested in pharmacy?
14. Give us an example of your leadership ability.
15. Is there anything you would change about your undergraduate experience?
16. Describe the importance of understanding diversity as a pharmacist.
17. What is the most positive aspect of pharmacy?
18. Give us an example of when you used your creativity to solve a problem.
19. What makes you unique?
20. Where will you be in 5/10 years?
21. Anything else we should know about you? YES, [list other positive aspects about you]

Be familiar with topics in health care and ongoing changes to pharmacy practice as you may be asked to give your opinion or specific questions on some of the major events that are going on now.

Other questions may be hypothetical questions that place you in a 'difficult' or ethical situation where you will need to discuss your course of action. There is usually no right or wrong answer, but make sure you are paying close attention to the question being asked so that you don't miss anything. Take a moment to think over your answer before starting to speak.

I personally bought a book to have the correct mindset and strategy to answer even the toughest interview questions. I think this really helped me to nail my interviews. Check my Pharmacy School Interview Lens for a link to actual interview feedback and questions from each pharmacy school.

Don't stress out, you'll be just fine for your interviews !!

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Why Would A Doctor Need To Re-Break Your Bone?

If you hear your doctor say that he needs to re-break your bones, what would you feel? You may feel confused and scared because in most cases, bones need to be treated and not broken by a physician. However, you did not hear the doctor incorrectly. He is in fact telling you that he needs to break your bones so that he can proceed with the treatment. If you want to know why it has to be done, then you are on the right page! This article will tell you just why this procedure is needed.

Here's the thing. The term used is "re-break." This means that the doctor is going to break again a bone that has previously been broken before. In a more technical term, this is referred to as fracture reduction or resetting. It is the procedure that aims to restore and align correctly the broken bones.

The first and main reason why re-breaking is necessary is that the bones heal incorrectly sometimes. When your bones break, they become deformed. When they heal by themselves, they are still deformed and this condition may have some problems. First, bone deformity can affect how you move. You may not be able to move as freely as before if some of your bones are not correctly correctly. Second, bone deformity is not visually pleasing. It does not look good therefore a lot of people undergo resetting of the bones.

There are two types reduction method. The first method is the open reduction. This usually does not involve re-breaking because the fracture is still fresh. This is a condition wherein the broken bones cut the skin and are exposed. It could also mean that the surgeon exposed the bone to better dissect the tissues affected by the fracture. The second type is the closed reduction. In this procedure, the bones are not exposed in the air. The skin may be cut but the bones remain hidden beneath.

After the re-breaking of your bone, your doctor will proceed to aligning the bones so that when they heal, they will heal in the right manner and position. Painkillers and sedatives will be given in order for you not to feel the pain so much. After the whole procedure, your doctor may either use implants or casts. For bone fractures that are quite severe, implants may be necessary to add internally to hold the bones together. However, if the bones were just slightly fractured and can heal by themselves effectively, casts and tractions are enough.

Always listen to your doctor about what is best for your condition. They know exactly what you need. Do not be afraid to ask questions if you have worries about the procedure. For more information about healthy bones, consult your doctor, osteopath or physiotherapist.

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What Are the Responsibilities of a Web Developer

A web developer's job is to build and maintain websites, keeping the customer and consumer in mind. This means the finished design should contain the products / services offered, and show the way to access them. For instance, the customer might need a form to get the visitor's email address so they could acquire more information, give a newsletter or thank a customer for doing business with them.

A back-end developer is one type that focuses on creating the back-end of a site. Another type, the front-end developer, focuses on the client side to give more style and functionality to the site.

Typically, the work is very focused on every project, which includes working together with a team that helps in coordinating the client's requirements with the final product. Work may involve having meetings with clients to discuss what they want and need for their website, or how to keep it up-to-date and functioning efficiently.

Generally, web developers build the website's layout, creating a visually appealing home page, a user-friendly design, and at times, useful content for visitors. Once a website is active, a developer sees to it that the site functions well on all browsers, whatever the screen size / resolution by testing and revising whenever necessary.

Web developers know a lot about technology and the way computers and web servers function. They are versed in most software programs, web applications, plus web programming languages ​​like JavaScript (JS), HTML, C ++ and Ruby on Rails. They should be capable of communicating well, setting goals and meeting target dates.


Web Developer Types:

Front-End Developers

This type of web developer codes the site's front end. Web design refers to how a website looks, but front end development is the means by which this design is executed on the web.

Back-End Developers

These web developers build and maintain the technology required to supply the components with power, in order to make it possible for the site's user-facing side to exist. The back-end code gives function to everything created by the front-end designer.

Full Stack Developers

Such developers know how all parts of the web development process go together, and they can guide when it comes to strategies and best practices. Full stack developers will definitely have an important role even more in the future of web development, and have the ability to look at the "big picture". They are familiar with both the server-side and the client side's user experience.

Java Script (JS) Developers

JavaScript is a web programming language that is used by most websites and supported by each and every browser and tool. This type of language gives JS developers the power to build, modify and enhance websites. Though a JS developer often works on the front-end, the JS programming language is not restricted to just front-end use.

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How To Use The Garcinia Cambogia And Apple Cider Vinegar Diet For Weight Loss

Let's be honest, losing weight is not easy.

The reality is, it takes a lot of hard work to get in shape and get fit and healthy. Not to mention sticking to a diet and avoiding some of your favorite foods. It can be a pain especially when you go the extra mile only to realize that you've only lost a single pound the entire week.

At times it can be depressing especially when you have some slim friends that can eat whatever they want and never gain a pound. While you are on the treadmill 5 days a week and eating up your vegetables and still getting 'so so' results. Thus, you need to use every resource available to you at your advantage.

Fortunately, there are few things that are relatively cheap that you can add to your weight loss tools to maximize your results. This is not meant for overnight results but with a little effort and determination, you 2x your results in a short amount of time.

In this article you are about to discover a popular duo that is creating a huge buzz online. They are Garcinia Cambogia and Apple Cider Vinegar.

An Introduction To Garcinia Cambogia And Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

I first came across this 'weight loss duo' in an article while browsing my Facebook newsfeed a while ago. The Garcinia Cambogia and Apple Cider Vinegar article was on CNN and made reference to student at Stanford University that lost a lot of weight on the recipe.

Unfortunately, I cannot say how valid the merits of that article are but after reading it, I started doing some research. What I found out was amazing to say the least.

Here's What I Found Out About Using Garcinia Cambogia And Apple Cider Vinegar For Weight Loss

Garcinia is a fruit originated out of India and some Asian countries. Scientist have discovered that it's main ingredient hydroxycitric Acid also known as HCA has some amazing weight loss benefits. These include appetite suppression, boosting serotonin levels as well as blocking the production of fats from carbs by inhibiting the enzyme citric lyase.

Apple Cider Vinegar on the other hand is rich in pectin, which will also curb hunger pangs. It is also known to stimulate the digestion of proteins. This in itself enhances calorie burn because proteins require more energy to be broken down when compared to the other macronutrients namely: fats and carbohydrates.

There are also other health benefits to taking ACV. Some of these include:

  • It Prevents Fat Accumulation
  • Controls Blood Sugar Levels
  • Helps In Suppressing Your Appetite
  • And It Also Detoxifies The Body

So can you imagine what will happen when you combine ACV with an effective fat burner like Garcinia Cambogia?

Amazing things can happen.

By combing the two, you give yourself an advantage to burn fat faster than you would without them. The appetite suppression and fat blocking properties of this duo will help you to eat less than you are accustom to which allows you to create a calorie deficit necessary for fat loss.

It is recommended that you take them daily first thing in the morning about 30-45 minutes before breakfast. This means that depending on the time you normally have breakfast, you may need to wake up a tad bit earlier.

In order to get started, just be sure that you have a high quality brand of Garcinia and only take organic raw apple cider vinegar is unfiltered, unheated and unpasteurized.

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