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BusinessApril 3, 2019

Will We Barter Again?

  Are your humble savings limiting your growth? Do you find it difficult to grow your business while managing expenditures? Then, online bartering could be a solution. Are you a professional videographer? Accounting perhaps? Yet you don’t have enough savings to paint your house? How about you shoot a video for a painter who is

Mental HealthDecember 5, 2018

Burning Inside Out for Medicine

  The rates of burnout in healthcare is increasing at alarming rates. Together, we discover the reasons behind burnout, its consequences, and probable solutions. In 1974, “burnout” was officially recognized between healthcare professionals, especially physicians. Nevertheless, medicine was already known to be a tough discipline many years before that. Dr. William Steward Halsted, the father

Mental HealthSeptember 26, 2018

Taking Sick Leave for Your Mental Health

A look at what organizations need to do to support mental health. A few months ago, Sail dedicated

Work LifeJuly 2, 2018

When Fresh Graduates Feel Inadequate at Work

  We don’t need to be perfect to succeed in our jobs, but we need to persist. We have watched multiple videos on how to excel as a student and we have read enough books on self-help to know, at the back of our heads, how to approach any situations in the workplace. But, once

SocietyMay 23, 2018

4 Things I Learned from Being an Online Volunteer

  Virtual Volunteering is a tool that helps the hand you extend to reach further into some of

Work LifeDecember 4, 2017

Are We Planning For Our Post-Retirement Life?

  What activities should your retirement plan include and how can you ensure you can finance it. I

MarketingOctober 18, 2017

Genericide: Brands’ Worst Fear

What is Genericide, and why is it so bad and how marketing can help in preventing it. You’d think a brand would love it if people used their brand name as a word describing the whole category it belongs to. Like when you ask someone to hand you a Kleenex when the tissue box near

MarketingAugust 30, 2017

What is Guerrilla Marketing?

What is Guerrilla marketing, and what makes it better than traditional marketing? And why is it especially suitable for small businesses. I know what you’re thinking and no, this has nothing to do with the banana-loving tree-swingers. Guerrilla Marketing is an approach introduced back in 1984, by Jay Levinson, an advertising executive (Wallace, 1989). It’s

Work LifeAugust 2, 2017

The Millennial’s Path To Success

How does the millennial generation define success different from the generations before and how are we achieving it? For many generations success has been a clear path; a good education, a good job, marriage, a house and a good retirement plan. This path still works for a lot of people but most of us millennials

BusinessJuly 20, 2017

Agenda-Setting – But I Want to Catch ’em All

What is agenda setting, and how does it relate to advertising. The information portrayed in a way that