Showing posts from November, 2021

Gadgets For Remote Workers

Below is a checklist of tools for organizing gadgets at home and on the road. For more organizing ideas, read articles about gadgets for home offices ,  working on the go , and tools for international travel . For further study, read books with  tech tips  and technology guides . Gadgets for Remote Workers Bag - store accessories (e.g. cables, chargers, and adapters) Batteries  - backup power for smartphones and tablets Cable Block - detangle wires  Carrying Case  - transport iPads and other tablets Charger  - wirelessly charge smartphones and digital devices Digital Assistant  - set alarms, listen to music, ask questions, etc. Dock  -  organize wires for laptops and accessories Drive  - backup documents with a portable hard drive Flash  - transfer documents and photos to other devices Headphones  - silence outside noises Speakers - improve conference calls Trackers - find lost keys, wallets, etc.

Staying Calm

Below are tips on how to become a calmer person. Learn more by reading articles about easing anxiety ,  releasing stress  and seeking serenity . For deeper study, read books about managing stress  and positive thinking . Tips for Staying Calmer Browsing - don’t Google for comments by extremists on the right or left  Debating - change topics when others try to discuss politics or controversies  Disengage - reduce time spent reading and viewing political and news content   Extracurricular  - Pursue hobbies and attend concerts, seminars, and sporting events Meetup - stay connected with family and friends Reading - avoid reading sources of anger-producing material Socialize - participate in group activities

Dealing With Liars

Lying can occur in a variety of settings including business, family, legal, medical, political, and social. Lies range from white lies to bald faced untruths. Lies can be told by anyone including celebrities, clients, coworkers, family, friends, politicians, and sellers. Liars can cloud judgment, cause problems, and damage relationships. Remember that you cannot change a deceptive person. Maintain an attitude of healthy skepticism and independently verify truthfulness. Below are warning signs that someone is lying and a list of articles and books to help deal with them.   Warning Signs That Someone is Lying Answering - repeats questions before answering them Body Language - plays with hair, gestures with hands, puts fingers on face Eyes - looks away at a crucial moment Eyes - excessive blinking Response - vague response with few details Perspiration - facial sweating Volume - sudden increase in volume Articles Avoiding Scams Body Language   Dealing With a Liar Handling a Lying Client P