Likes, comments, shares, pins, updates, oh my! Whether you have been in business one day or fifty years, you cannot escape social media. Chances are you have a friend, business associate, or employee who talks about social media and raves about how great it is. Everywhere you look, social media is around you.
Every day, individuals are on the front lines working to improve our communities after the creation of societal gaps made from the intersection of for-profit and government entities. Our businesses and citizens can better help by following a few counter-intuitive tips when giving to the charities we know and love.
The phrase “Tesla effect” has been applied to a variety of opportunities and situations in Northern Nevada. Moreover, Tesla’s effect on Nevada’s education system will have long-lasting implications for students and teachers.
We’ve all heard the phrase “You are what you eat” — suggesting our bodies somehow physically manifest as reflections of our diet. Healthy people, the thinking goes, consume healthy things. Well I’m here to suggest a corollary to that argument. You are what you “digitally” eat. Gross? Not so much — let me explain.
One of the many things I love about working at NCET is getting to meet the incredible people and companies who drive our vibrant and diverse business and technology community. One of the ways I discover them is through the annual NCET and EDAWN Awards.
The one thing we know about life is this – nothing changes until we take action. But what gets you to take action? Before you take any action you must first make a decision.
You’re taking action now to read this article. But before you did that you had to first make a decision to do so. You had to decide if this was going to bring value, whether you will learn from it, or if it will help you grow in some way. And once you made those decisions, you could take action and read on.
At New2U Computers, technology gets a new life and individuals with disabilities receive training and work experience. It’s no wonder this organization, along with iCelebrate (formerly High Sierra Industries) were just named NCET’s 2019 Technology Nonprofit of the Year.