When his former running buddy Bob Arum heard Thursday about the death of versatile boxing figure Gil Clancy at age 88, the head of Top Rank had mixed emotions.
As we age and change, so does everything else. The best thing you can do for yourself is to learn. Learning can mean getting out the manual of your new digital camera and learning it, or setting up your own computer without the help of a tech. Keeping up is much easier then catching up, so get to learning your equipment.
Everybody wants to be successful in any aspect. Some people want to be prosperous in business, relationship, Languages and more. But most of us want to be successful in everything. When it comes to material well-being, or becoming rich, everyone wants more as they achieve a certain level of richness. Nobody would like to live a life of being below the poverty line or a life that is stagnant or without any progress. Everybody wants to experience a life of luxury. It is everyone’s dream to be successful. Though it’s true that it is not easy to achieve prosperity, most people are doing everything, giving their best to achieve success.
If you were fired, a reference check to your previous employer will undoubtedly reveal the truth so don’t bother lying. Briefly explain that you were let go from your previous job but that you have learned from your mistakes and are ready to move forward. Keep your explanation short and to the point. Above all, resist the urge to speak badly about your former boss or employer. Nothing sends up a red flag faster than a prospective employee who appears angry and vindictive.
“People are saying to me, ‘You must be sad.’ In a way, I am sad but I will always have the great memories of all the trips, all the fights and all the fun we had, especially doing shows in great places like Monte Carlo and in Italy,” Arum said Thursday night.
Find a mentor. No matter where you want to go, latching on to someone who has experience who can guide you can be helpful. A mentor may help you with the self-assessment mentioned below and be a sounding board for your ideas. You may even have “serial mentors” who help you throughout your career.
QR codes can be seen as real life hyperlinks. They do the exact same thing as hyperlinks do online, only they exist in everyday reality. So let me ask you this: are hyperlinks “inadequate” technology? Will they be replaced? Far from it – hyperlinks make up the backbone of our Internet structure. They are fundamental to people’s online experience. So what makes QR codes different? Why would online hyperlinks thrive for well over a decade, but QR codes will just die out right when they are starting to become ubiquitous?
So will QR technology be around forever? I’m not saying that. Is any technology really around forever? The definition of technology requires change and advancement. So do I think that QR technology will never die out? Hardly. What I’m saying is that we’re only in the infant stages of QR. This technology is far from dead – in fact, it’s just beginning to grow.