The Overlooked Benefit Of My Wearable Fitness Tracker

This is an article written for Thrive Global. You can read it on Medium.com.

 

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As Seen on darlingmagazine.org: 9 THINGS FOR YOUR COMPUTER THAT YOU SHOULD START DOING

Your computer and your car have a lot in common. Whether large or small, used for long periods of time or not, both can enhance your life and both should continue to serve you season after season. The key to making this happen, however, is proper care and maintenance.

The number of miles you drive triggers car maintenance activities such as tire rotations and oil and filter changes. Scheduled maintenance ensures a well-functioning engine, a smooth and safe ride, and a longer life for your tires.

Likewise, your computer requires regular maintenance. You don’t accrue mileage on your computer, but there is a way to schedule computer maintenance. Simply look at what you should do on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Following such a calendar both keeps your files safe and your computer secure, as well as operating at its optimum speed.

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Raising Venture Capital: Big Headlines Hide the Ugly Truth

Dataminr, Inc. is celebrating. The company just announced a feat that a lot of small business owners would love to claim: a new $130 million investment from leading angels and VC… on top of $50 million raised since opening their doors in 2009. The latest investment values the company north of $700 million.

Dazzled? Jealous? Stories like this make you think that raising venture capital is the easiest, fastest – and sexiest – option for funding your small business.
Think again. Behind the headlines are 4 tough truths about raising venture capital and private equity.

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As seen on the blog of FUSE Financial Partiners