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first_imgAvoiding eye contactWhen you fail to look someone directly in the eye, it gives them the impression you are not invested in what they are saying. In order to show you’re paying attention, look your colleague in the eye and hold their gaze. Avoiding eye contact will convey to them that you are uninterested, bored, and untrustworthy.Obsessing over phoneThere’s nothing worse than a coworker who is constantly checking their smartphone. No matter how tempted you may be to give your phone a quick peek, don’t reach for it. Instead, leave it in your desk or bag and check it only when the time is appropriate. If you are always looking down at your phone instead of up and into the eyes of others, you will appear distracted from your work which will cause your colleagues to question your level of productivity.SlouchingIt’s important that no matter how casual your office environment is, you remain professional and put-together. Slouching and having bad posture portrays a lack of motivation and energy. Even if you are getting your work done, when you’re slouching at your desk or moping around the office, you will appear lazy and unenthused.InterruptingTaking part in conversations and showing interest in the topic by adding your input is valuable, but not if you’re constantly interrupting your coworkers. Not allowing them to finish their point before you jump in and steal the discussion is a major turnoff. No matter how excited you are to make your point, wait until they stop speaking or until they ask for input before piping up.Fidgeting There’s a reason why fidget spinners are the latest craze among children and adults worldwide. Many of us have nervous quirks we find hard to reel in, therefore taking advantage of spinners and other tricks for taming twitches is never a bad idea. If you’re nervously tapping your pen or your foot while others are speaking or trying to complete their work, they will become distracted and annoyed. This will affect how they feel about you so stop squirming, buckle down, and get back to work. 114SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

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first_imgWest Ham midfielder Wilshere: Aubameyang a dream to play withby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere is full of praise for former Arsenal teammate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.The 29-year-old has netted 24 Premier League goals in 35 appearances, as well as setting up seven.“For a midfielder he’s a dream,” Wilshere said on Sky Sports.“He came in January last year and I played with him for the second half of the season.“He makes runs and he gets frustrated when midfielders don’t find him.“But he does it consistently throughout the game, he will make three or four runs a half that are crying out for a ball to be put in behind.“Defences in the Premier League will hate that.“As a centre-back, the last thing you want is a quick player who runs behind and he does that.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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first_img​Maddison & Sancho emerge as Man Utd top summer targetsby Ansser Sadiqa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United have identified their top two targets for the next summer transfer window.The Red Devils are still in the midst of a rebuild under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.According to ESPN, two names that stand out on their list are James Maddison from Leicester City and Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.The latter is the right winger United think can solve their problems in that position.And Maddison is a central and attacking midfielder who would add intensity, passing ability and set-piece quality to the team.Neither player would come cheap, especially Sancho, given their clubs’ desire to hold on to them. TagsTransfersAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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first_imgFraser: Bournemouth must overcome Southampton mental blockby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveRyan Fraser says Bournemouth must get over their mental hurdle to beat local rivals Southampton away from home.Cherries have beaten their south coast neighbours seven times from 29 meetings, but all of which were at the Vitality Stadium.Discussing the club’s record at St Mary’s, Fraser told the Daily Echo: “It’s disappointing. The gaffer mentioned it, he was already on to the next game in the changing room (after Everton).”Now we’ve got the win under our belt at home, he says we’ve never really had a good record away and it’s time for us to set down a marker that we can go there and turn them over.”We bring big fans, large numbers and we always seem to go away disappointed. Even at home I think I remember one game that we won, but we’ve never really dominated them.”I think we should try and impose ourselves and try and mentally get over that hurdle of going there and trying to win.”It’s one that if we play our best, I can see us winning.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Check out FiveThirtyEight’s Women’s World Cup predictions.“We improved a bit and found the net,” Carli Lloyd, a midfielder on the U.S. women’s national team, said after Monday’s Round of 16 game against Colombia. “We’re creating some chances, and I am confident more will come.”Confident or not, chances have not come easily for the U.S. women’s national team (USWNT) at this World Cup. They’ve looked stagnant and uncreative, especially in the attacking third. And to make matters worse, they head into tonight’s quarterfinal match against China without the two players who have created the most chances: Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday.Despite the loss of these players, the team continues to tout its depth and versatility, but there’s no denying that Rapinoe’s spark and Holiday’s vision have been some of the most promising aspects of an altogether lifeless team. So what’s wrong with the USWNT, and can they fix it before they face a team like Germany or France?As Lloyd suggested, much of the USWNT’s problems stem from an inability to create chances — passes that lead to shots — in the midfield, in particular. Lloyd, along with Holiday and Rapinoe, was one of the most prominent playmakers for the USWNT at the 2011 World Cup. Combined, the three players created an average of 5.6 chances per game, compared with 4.8 chances per game at this World Cup. It’s not exactly an apples-to-apples comparison — they’ve faced tougher competition at this World Cup — but Holiday’s absence in the U.S. attack (two shots and zero assists so far, compared with 20 shots and three assists in 2011) is indicative of the larger issue for the USWNT: The central midfielders are being played completely out of position, and without them, the U.S. attack has been listless.Under coach Jill Ellis’s current 4-4-2 system, there is no true defensive central midfielder, despite Ellis’s baffling remarks that Holiday and Lloyd have both played as defensive center mids in some games. In most two-player central midfields, one player is more attack-minded, combining with the forwards and connecting the midfield with the attack, and one player is more defensive, checking back to pick the ball up off her own backline.1Let’s ignore for the moment that this system almost altogether erases one of the most important attacking positions, the central midfielder that plays as a withdrawn forward — the best example we saw at this World Cup was Switzerland’s Ramona Bachmann.Without a designated defensive center mid, Lloyd and Holiday have been positionally amiss, caught in no-man’s land between being high enough to support the forwards and close enough to each other to create any sort of rhythm or connection through the midfield. They’re both trying to cover so much space that it results in huge gaps between the midfield and forwards — the space that is so important for creating chances on goal. Australia32 At the 2011 World Cup, Shannon Boxx often filled the defensive midfield void the USWNT has now, sitting behind Lloyd while Holiday (née Cheney below) played as a withdrawn forward. The midfield combination of Boxx, Lloyd, Rapinoe and Heather O’Reilly (who has yet to play at this World Cup) created almost twice as many chances per game at the 2011 World Cup as the midfield combination of O’Reilly, Lloyd, Holiday and Rapinoe. New Zealand12 Canada28 TEAMTOTAL CHANCES CREATED Norway40 Nigeria19 South Korea22 France43 Colombia20 Japan43 Mexico16 Cameroon50 Netherlands25 Germany85 China29 Brazil37 Costa Rica14 Switzerland36 By Kante4 / via Wikimedia Commons Fortunately for the U.S., this problem isn’t likely to be exacerbated against a much weaker Chinese opponent tonight. Although it’s one of the most inexperienced teams at this World Cup, China has pace up top in forward Shanshan Wang, who has scored two of China’s four goals. But China has yet to play a team with a WSPI over 90, and they have created even fewer chances than the USWNT. China’s most prolific playmaker, midfielder Shuang Wang, has created only five chances compared with Rapinoe’s 10.The Americans head into the game with an 88 percent chance of winning, according to FiveThirtyEight’s forecast, which does not take into account Rapinoe and Holiday’s absences. Should Ellis stick to the same lackluster formation, Christen Press is likely to replace Rapinoe on the wing, with Morgan Brian for Holiday in the midfield. Press is pacy and creative, but the USWNT’s proven “Abby Dependence” — playing long balls forward even when Abby Wambach isn’t on the field — does not suit Press’s strengths as a player. When Press entered the game late against Colombia on Monday night, she too resorted to hitting long balls forward.Should the U.S. win tonight against China (they should), waiting on the other side of that victory is the winner of Germany vs. France. France struggled early, losing to Colombia 2-0 in one of the biggest upsets in WSPI history. But France routed South Korea 3-0 in its last game, controlling more than 60 percent of the possession and scoring one of the most beautiful combination play goals. Yet France’s chances created haven’t exceeded the Americans’ by much, 43 compared with the U.S.’s 37 overall. Thailand12 Sweden25 FIFATV Spain25 U.S.37 Ivory Coast25 England34 Ecuador7 Then there’s Germany, which has been near perfect this tournament, save for an early group stage tie with Norway. Germany has created more than twice as many chances as the USWNT. Nine players on Germany’s roster have created five chances or more at this World Cup; only Rapinoe and Holiday have more than five for the U.S. The tournament’s leading goal scorer, Anja Mittag, has created 14 chances alone for Germany — more than Alex Morgan, Wambach, Press, Tobin Heath, Lloyd, Brian and Sydney Leroux combined.Germany’s chances of winning the tournament have increased more than any other team, up from 27 percent at the start of the tournament to 33 percent now. If the U.S. faces Germany in the semifinal (assuming both teams have the same WSPI rating they do now), the U.S. would not be favored to win: Germany would have a 56 percent chance of winning, and even that seems too low given the U.S.’s inability to create chances against teams far worse than Germany.After solidifying a spot in the World Cup back in October, Press told Fox Sports, “Jill has emphasized having a really big attacking shape. It took us a while to see the angles and to see how that changed everything, but as we’ve progressed through this tournament it’s become quite clear that we’re starting to get it.” But when she was interviewed before the Colombia match Monday, that sentiment had changed entirely. “We’re kind of in a rigid formation with no natural angles,” she told ESPN. “And I think we’re working so hard to do what our coaches want and get the tactics right that we lost a little bit of that spirit of the game where you can just run where you want and do what you want.”Tonight’s game could go one of two ways: Slip in Press and Brian and play exactly the same way, squeaking past China on pure athleticism while hoping for moments of individual brilliance,2If that’s what we’re calling Alex Morgan’s cross-turned-accidental-goal. or realize that this formation has strangled the USWNT’s ability to create chances and scrap it altogether. That doesn’t necessarily mean reverting to the 2011-era USWNT style, but it does mean reconsidering the players that are available — in tonight’s game against China and going forward at the World Cup — and how to best utilize some of the most talented players in the world. The USWNT must evolve or die, Deadspin wrote this week; let’s hope the former happens before the latter. read more

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Senior midfielder Danica Wu (19) tries to take the ball during a match against Purdue Sept. 29 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU lost, 1-0.Credit: Michele Theodore / Copy chiefAlthough it was senior day for the Ohio State women’s soccer team, two freshmen stole the show. Freshman forward Nichelle Prince notched a hat trick and freshman midfielder Alexis Degler added a goal as the Buckeyes defeated Northwestern 6-1 Sunday.“Today, finally we have gotten into a rhythm … and it just felt right,” Degler said. “We started connecting and scoring goals, especially in the second half.”Five Buckeye seniors, midfielders Danica Wu and Kristen Niederhaus, defenders Samantha Lewis and Megan Fuller and goalkeeper Rachel Middleman all played their final game at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium as members of the OSU women’s soccer team.“I’m proud of what our seniors have done for us, and I think that was a nice way to send them out in their last game at the Jesse,” coach Lori Walker said. “What I’ve enjoyed about all five of them is what quality people they are.”In the 12th minute, Prince had her shot bounce down off the crossbar. At first, play continued, but a few moments later officials ruled that it was actually a goal, giving the Buckeyes an early 1-0 advantage.Prince was the source of offense throughout the first half, netting both of the goals for OSU in the opening frame. She reached double digits in goals on the year in the 30th minute, finishing from eight yards out to double the Buckeyes’ lead.“Nichelle is just so special, and what I love about watching her is just the passion that she plays with. She’s so clean technically and so quick,” Walker said.Despite scoring three goals, Prince said the improvement against Northwestern came from the team.“Really it’s just like a team effort,” Prince said. “We’ve kind of been picking it up in the last two games, so it was good to get a few of those today.”The Wildcats cut the lead to 3-1 in the 69th minutes, just four minutes after Prince’s third goal, as Northwestern freshman forward Addie Steiner finished a cross from two yards out.OSU had an offensive burst late in the second half, scoring three goals in a little less than seven minutes. Degler started the run in the 72nd minute, chipping in a goal after Northwestern freshman goalkeeper Jenna Hascher bobbled a shot from Buckeye sophomore defender Marisa Wolf.“I saw her kind of bobble it, and kept running at her and got the ball in, and took her with me,” Degler said.Niederhaus and freshman forward Nicole Miyashiro added goals to give the Buckeyes six goals on the day. The six goals for OSU was a mark they had not reached since 2009, also on senior day against Indiana.“It was really nice to come out here and get all the seniors on the field, get them all minutes and really give them a good way to leave Jesse,” Degler said.The squad is next set to face Nebraska at 5 p.m. Friday on the road. read more

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first_imgThe Newcastle loanee believes he’s now more mature to play in the English Premier League giant and he hopes to prove it with his footballRobert Kenedy Nunes Nascimento, better known as Kenedy, believes he’s now more mature than before to be able to play on English Premier League side, Chelsea.The winger started his professional career in Fluminense, where he played from 2013 to 2015.He was then bought by Chelsea, but he has been loaned three times: once in 2016 to Watford, and then twice in 2018 to Newcastle United.And now, he wants to prove he has grown as a professional.“I hope this year I can make a good season for Newcastle and go back to Chelsea,” he told Brazilian website UOL.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“It is not that I didn’t succeed at Chelsea.”“I arrived at 19, very young. It was good to be loaned to get more playing time. Better than staying at Chelsea and not play,” he continued.“I hope this year I can make a good season for Newcastle and go back to Chelsea to continue. I have a dream to return and to be a champion for the club.”“Just being in the Premier League is already a great achievement. A lot of people come and can’t play. For me, it’s been very good. My dream is to win a major title,” Kenedy explained.“I played at Chelsea with [Jose] Mourinho, he always helped me and showed me what I had to do in training, what he taught me I take as learning with me, and now I’m learning from another great coach, Rafa [Benitez].”last_img read more

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first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 22 Oct 2015 – The International Monetary Fund or IMF has weighed in on the Turks and Caicos, and among its reporting is that the Financial Services Commission is making progress. However, the IMF did point out that there needs to be stronger legislation to mitigate risk. The report, conducted in April this year “highlighted that the Financial Services Commission (FSC) as the regulatory authority should further strengthen its capacity for risk and financial stability assessments, notably focusing on the real estate market. It also concluded that a framework for crisis prevention and management should be established.” Kevin Higgins, Managing Director of the FSC says in a media statement that next for the Commission is implementation, following their own report since the release of the IMF findings. That report for the Turks and Caicos FSC was done in consultation with Richard Holmwood, Head of the Economics and Financial Team at the Foreign Commonwealth Office and the FCO consultant, Steve Johnson who had prepared the “Johnson Review”‎. The full report is available on: https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/scr/2015/cr15282.pdf Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Another Successful review for Grenada from IMF Turks & Caicos: FSC: Over 1000 companies unregistered, first deadline two weeks away Recommended for you FSC confirms staff changes at ScotiaBank TCI, Emergency executives brought in Related Items:fsc, IMF, kevin higginslast_img read more

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first_img Posted: January 16, 2018 KUSI Newsroom January 16, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Two Chihuahua puppies found dumped in trash, County Animal Services searches for suspect(s) responsible By Tracy DeFore, County of San Diego Communications OfficeSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — For the second time in just 10 days, two puppies were found dumped in the trash in San Diego County.This time, two Chihuahuas, about 7 weeks old, were found in a trash can at the Old Town trolley station.Animal control officers picked up the two tiny dogs after they were discovered Jan. 12 and took them to the County’s animal shelter on Gaines Street. Veterinary staff determined the dogs were females and they both appeared to be in good health.“There is no reason whatsoever to dump puppies, kittens or any other animals in a trash can where they are certain to die,” said County Animal Services Director Dan DeSousa. “Anyone can drop off unwanted animals at County Animal Services where they’ll have an opportunity to find a good, loving home.”Due to the puppies’ age, County Animal Services asked a rescue group to foster the dogs. Once they are old enough, the rescue group will put the puppies up for adoption.Two other puppies were found inside a box at a dumpster in the Midway area on Jan. 2. The two were only about 12 days old and believed to be King Charles spaniels.County Animal Services is seeking information on who owned the abandoned puppies or the identities of the people who committed the crimes in both cases. People with information are asked to call (619) 767-2740.If convicted of animal cruelty/abuse, a suspect could face up to three years in prison, a fine of up to $20,000 or both.If you witness or suspect animal abuse or neglect, the department asks you to call (619) 236-2341. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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