The Trinity Forest Golf Club will take over as the host of the AT&T Byron Nelson next May. Here are 10 things to know about Trinity Forest and the upcoming Byron Nelson. 1. Don’t take the name literally The course’s name is inspired by the Trinity Forest, which surrounds the property. 2. You’ll still be able to party For those wondering if the pavilion would go away as the Nelson shifted from Irving to South Dallas: do not fret. Organizers intend to have a pavilion at the new location, too. Nelson tournament director Jon Drago said the plan is for the pavilion to be staged off the planned main entrance near the 13th hole. And while some tournament directors hinted that it might potentially be a little smaller than the pavilion at the TPC Four Seasons, it should still pack a similar punch at its new location. 3. Prepare to see some things you’re not used to seeing On Tuesday Coore said Pinehurst No. 2, host of the 2014 U.S. Open, is a more appropriate … [Read more...] about 10 things to know about Trinity Forest Golf Club, the new home of the AT&T Byron
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By Philippine News Agency SAN FRANCISCO — Researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) have identified “repetitive thought” as a pathway between work-family conflict and negative outcomes in six different health categories. The findings, published in the journal Stress & Health recently, was based on a study involving 203 people, indicate that the damage from thinking over and over again about conflicts between job and personal life is likely to cost both your mental and physical health. In the study, led by Kelly D. Davis of OSU’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences, repetitive thought refers to thinking repeatedly and attentively about the parts of your job and your personal life that clash with each other: for example, that late-afternoon meeting that prevents you from attending your son’s baseball game. Noting that repetitive thought is a maladaptive coping strategy that impedes daily recovery from stress, Davis said it keeps the stressor … [Read more...] about Study identifies health risks of “repetitive thought” about work-family conflict
False is true. To determine the authenticity of a fake job offer, there must be a factual basis to verify the claim. Otherwise, to simply dismiss a job offer as fake is itself a lie. With the twin specter of unemployment and terrorism raising the ire of locals in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and especially the UK, right-wing nationalists have achieved success in getting governments to close borders as well as the birthing of candidates like the Donald who have so far trumped the efforts of the Republican Party to win and whine his way into the US presidential nomination. That is true. That immigrants are causing unemployment and exporting terrorism is false. The global financial crisis that shuttered factories and jobs in the financial and real-estate sector was precipitated by investment firms and financial institutions seeking to make profit from multi-layered investments, a game that most immigrants do not play nor have the capacity to engage in. Foreign workers do not … [Read more...] about Is that overseas job offer a ‘genuine’ fake?
You’ve probably seen those roadside signs stapled to telephone poles advertising big bucks for dubious work-from-home tasks. “Hiring students! Up to $1,000 a month! Call this number!” the “snipe signs” read. But one can only assemble so much furniture and stuff so many envelopes, and the payout is rarely what’s been promised, if anything at all. Luckily for those without bachelor’s degrees, not every high-paying, work-from-home job you qualify for is a scam. FlexJobs, an online service specializing in telecommuting and remote work, recently sifted through its listings for legitimate remote jobs that don’t require four years of college. Each of the below positions pay more than $45,000 a year, according to median annual salary data from PayScale, and does not require a bachelor’s degree. Web content editor Pay: $46,147 Sample job description:Edit original content with a focus on keywords provided by clients … [Read more...] about 8 high-paying work-from-home jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree
Apple was a disaster before Steve Jobs returned to the company he helped start decades earlier. Despite the company’s success in the early 1980s with the Apple II and Macintosh computers, Apple was in big trouble by 1997. The company was hemorrhaging money. The final quarter of 1996 showed Apple’s sales had plummeted 30% from the year before. There were simply too many products – Apple was selling a dozen versions of the Macintosh but couldn’t advertise the computers’ differences to people in simple terms. Shareholders were livid with Apple’s leadership. In short, there was no focus. “It was insanity,” Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of marketing who was working for Macromedia at the time, told Steve Jobs’ biographer Walter Isaacson. “Tons of products, most of them crap, done by deluded teams.” The return of Jobs changed all that. By September 1997, Jobs had cut 70% of … [Read more...] about Apple is losing its focus again — and this time, there’s no Steve Jobs coming to the rescue