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Does Life Coaching Really Work?

Does Life Coaching Really Work?

You may be wondering if life coaching actually works and if it will give you any real, tangible benefits to your life. Some skeptics ask, “Why would I need a coach for my life?”

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How to Be Happy: The Complete Guide

How to Be Happy: The Complete Guide

Here are 10 ways you can be happier right now.

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Robotics in STEM Education

Robotics in STEM Education

Robotics integrates all of the STEM fields in a way no other subject does.

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Tribal Gaming in the U.S.

Tribal Gaming in the U.S.

The American Indian gaming industry has seen a vast expansion over the last two decades. In the 26 years or so of its existence, its economic impact has given tribal nations the opportunity to rebuild their infrastructure and strengthen their cultures after decades of destructive federal policies. This infographic gives a visual representation of what is inside the business of tribal gaming in the United States.

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Cherokee Nation, Proud Partner of Oklahoma

Cherokee Nation, Proud Partner of Oklahoma

The Cherokee Nation is growing its economic footprint throughout northeast Oklahoma. A recent independent study reveals the Cherokee Nation has a significant economic impact on Oklahoma. These impacts result in new homes for families, quality health care for citizens and hope for a brighter future for the children.

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History of Native American Casinos

History of Native American Casinos

2016 saw the acclaimed film “The Revenant” hoping to collect a plethora of film awards (it finally got Leonardo DiCaprio an Oscar). The story, which follows fur trapper Hugo Glass in the wilds of North America, is a classic survival tale that also takes a look at the indigenous tribes invested in these territories. Where are these tribes today? The Arikara – the tribe that Hugo Glass comes into contact with – now has gambling operations in North Dakota. Unibet has done a study looking at the history of the Native American gaming industry and its place in the United States economy.

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5 Ways to Rock Your Profile

5 Ways to Rock Your Profile

Here are five simple tips to help make your LinkedIn profile work for you.

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7 Reasons to Embrace Online Culture (Social Media)

7 Reasons to Embrace Online Culture (Social Media)

Two billion people are online. Eighty-five percent of customers expect businesses to be active in social media. Word of mouse equals word of mouth. Online culture is the culture. You can hate social media but you can’t ignore it. Here are seven reasons and some thought provoking questions to get you loving Facebook, Twitter, e-marketing, blogs and more.

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Still Think Social Media is a Fad?

Still Think Social Media is a Fad?

Social media burst onto the media scene and in a rather short period of time has managed to change the way we live forever. At first many questioned social media's longevity and practicality but now with the plethora of social media available it appears the debate is over. This infographic looks at the many ways in which social media is here to stay.

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Oklahoma’s Teacher Shortage

Oklahoma’s Teacher Shortage

Oklahoma school districts are trying to fill more than 500 teaching vacancies as a new school year begins despite eliminating more than 1,500 teaching jobs since last school year, according to a new survey from the Oklahoma State School Boards Association.

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To MOOC or not to MOOC

To MOOC or not to MOOC

This infographic shows a data visualization of “To MOOC or not to MOOC: Strategic lessons from the pioneers,” based on a joint research report conducted by ACE and InsideTrack.

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We Are All Equal?

We Are All Equal?

Despite efforts to increase diversity in schools, minorities and lower-income families still find themselves behind when it comes to getting a degree.

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Black History Month

Black History Month

This infographic tells the story of how Black History Month came to be.

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African-Americans in America: From Slavery to Presidency

African-Americans in America: From Slavery to Presidency

African-Americans landed in the American colonies some 400 years ago as slaves and have come a long way since -- all the way to the American presidency. Check out some great facts about African-Americans.

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Cosmetology Careers: Always in Style

Cosmetology Careers: Always in Style

Estheticians typically make between $38,000 and $54,000 each year. Makeup artists typically make between $28,000 and $90,000 each year. Learn about the beauty industry on this infographic from a cosmetology school in New York.

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Community Involvement: A Win-Win for Everyone

Community Involvement: A Win-Win for Everyone

Volunteering is a great way to spend time with your kids while also teaching them about the value of helping others in their community. See what volunteering opportunities are available for both children and adults by reading through this infographic.

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Which Sector Will Be the Next to Burst?

Which Sector Will Be the Next to Burst?

"Creative destruction" is the name given to the process of capitalism. Wealth built up in old industries flows to hot new sectors where it creates growth, matures and then is destroyed to make way for the next wave. Sometimes popular attitudes push growth in one sector beyond sustainable limits until it pops like a bubble bursting. This infographic looks at some areas where speculation of bubbles is present.

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Foreign Trade

Foreign Trade

Constantly increasing globalization and integration of the world, often emphasized in modern times, is carried out mostly through merchandise trade. Nowadays, a wide variety of goods are involved in merchandise trade, but traditional ones, such as fuels, mining products, machinery and transport, remain most tradable. International trade of services, including transport, tourism and financial services, is also gaining momentum, headed by the United States as the world leader in exports and imports of services. The data on these and other indicators covering the framework of foreign trade is presented in the below datasets and visualizations.

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Early Childhood Education Facts

Early Childhood Education Facts

Children who participate in early education programs grow up to be healthier and wealthier than their peers who did not.

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The Wired Child

The Wired Child

It seems like every generation is summed up by an idea, and this generation is no different. The newest generation has been deemed, “Generation C,” or “The Connected Generation.” With the emergence of tablets and touch screens, our children are learning about technology in a completely new way.

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