Ancient Celtic doggos – Myths, proverbs and laws

Ancient Celtic dogs are in stories and proverbs, protected in laws, and even used to name other animals.   There are nine breeds of dog that are native to Ireland: four terriers, three gun dogs, and two hounds. At least one, the Irish Water Spaniel, legendarily descended from the dobhar-chu-a Celtic spirit. Cú Chulainn is the […]

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essential websites for entrepreneurs, business owners and marketers

67 essential websites for entrepreneurs, business owners and marketers

Is there a website that you turn for inspiration, business tips or the latest tech tools and hacks? Ever wondered what websites entrepreneur swear by to save time and refine their skills? Here are 67 websites that entrepreneurs recommend in online forums. Canva, Trello, and Producthunt get a lot of love! The good news is […]

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bad meetings

Why am I here? The true cost of bad meetings

Bad Meetings. Amazon boss Jeff Bezos banned PowerPoint presentations from ‘em; Elon Musk has famously encouraged walkouts. The bane of many lives. As the saying goes:  minutes are kept in meetings but hours are lost. Workers on average waste 61% of their time coordinating their work in meetings, email, and chat rather than actually doing […]

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how to write a product category that doesn't suck

How to write product categories that don’t suck in 6 steps (copy included!)

Here’s a guide to writing e-commerce product category descriptions with a twist. Every single tip is backed up by real e-commerce website copy that I just worked on. Every business relies on words. But how does an e-commerce site get the words right while focusing on suppliers, sales channels, markets, currencies, legal requirements – and […]

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Why IMHO is a word, not an acronym

In the internet debate on whether the H in IMHO stands for Honest or Humble, I go with neither. Believe it or not, there’s a poll on Buzzfeed right now and honest is leading humble at about a 60-40 split. Honestly, I have to humbly side with The Atlantic on this one. “We all know […]

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