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The Solar Eclipse In Sagittarius Takes Place On Dec. 4 At 2:43 a.m. ET.

The last eclipse of 2021 is upon us, and it’s serving as a final hurrah in the expansive, optimistic sign of Sagittarius. The solar eclipse on Dec. 4 will exert its energy in every zodiac sign’s birth chart in its own special way. Here’s how each sign can expect the eclipse to affect them:
ASTRONOMY
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enplugged.com

Nikola Tesla Generator – Truth Or Fiction?

If there is one thing that the internet has promoted, it is the large amount of scams out there; one of the oldest is the Tesla generator scam. The idea is that Tesla invented a way to collect free energy and the electric companies have been keeping this power producing device a secret in order to keep making money.
ECONOMY

Sticky Beliefs And How To Change Them

The Covid-19 pandemic. Remote work, mental health and burnout. The Great Resignation. Diversity, equity and inclusion. Climate change. Inflation. Political polarization. Globalization. Supply chain vulnerabilities.... Your organization is being buffeted by amped up forces of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) from all directions all at once. And while it may be clear to you that your organization must adapt, your people may be moving far too slowly and/or resisting change altogether.
MENTAL HEALTH
elearningindustry.com

How To Create Culturally-Aware eLearning For Global Audiences [eBook]

Creating Culturally-Aware Experiences For Worldwide Learners. Every member of your team should feel like the L&D experience was created just for them. They should be able to connect with the multimedia elements, support tools, and every other piece of the online training puzzle. But how do you personalize the training process and build relatable courses when learners are scattered around the map? This eBook shows you how to create culturally-aware eLearning for audiences, regardless of their geographical location or cultural background.
SMALL BUSINESS
goombastomp.com

Hellbound Provokes and Interrogates Belief Systems

Weaponizing religion and arming it with strange phenomena that cannot be explained, Hellbound is an incendiary television series. In the span of six episodes, Yeon Sang-ho (Train to Busan) delivers an almost unrelenting exploration of the ways in which humanity can easily be manipulated to believe something and structure their entire lives around that belief. Occasionally punctuated by excessive violence, Hellbound is a nasty piece of work that starts off fascinating and then blends its genre elements with its philosophical concepts into an unwieldy blend of thrills and heady ideas that land somewhat inertly by its conclusion.
RELIGION
zenefits.com

Tips for Managing a Partially Vaccinated Workforce

Last month, the CDC expanded its authorization of booster shots for recipients of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Those who are over 65, who are over 18 and meet certain requirements, and who got their first jab 6 months ago are now eligible for boosters. Boosters are already approved for Johnson & Johnson recipients who are 18 and older and who got their shots 2 or more months ago. So, booster recommendations are now in place for all 3 of the COVID-19 vaccines available in the United States.
PUBLIC HEALTH
goodmenproject.com

Following the Pull

For the majority of my life, I’ve seen myself as both curious and intuitive. I’m constantly seeking out new information, but I also have these moments of knowing that come over me––a magnetic pull in a certain direction––in which an inward understanding translates into an outward action. The moments typically...
HEALTH
Bloomfield Democrat

Pause to Meditate: Who can I trust?

I once watched a documentary about politics, and the narrator listed each U.S. senator and congressman with a money amount next to their name. The number signified the amount in contributions, donations, and lobbyist support. His main point was simple; no one was above external influence or compromised integrity. Leaders on both sides of the aisle were implicated. After watching something like this, a person may begin to wonder quite honestly — who can I really trust?
RELIGION
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