People, these days are becoming increasingly aware of how their eating and lifestyle habits, has a direct effect on their health. They are making a conscious effort towards living a healthier life by making certain dietary changes. Attributing to it high nutritional value, Sprouted Brown Rice has been gaining a lot of importance in the past few years. This variety of Brown Rice, has a sweeter flavor and less chewy texture as compared Brown Rice. Owing to its delicious taste it can be used in a many recipes that you would use your white or brown rice for. Sprouted Brown Rice is loaded with a number of healthy nutrients. It is a whole grain that is relatively low in calories as it does not contain any saturated fat. It is high in fiber, gluten-free and a good source of manganese, phosphorus and Vitamin B6. Eating Sprouted Brown Rice is especially beneficial to women as it controls weight, promotes healthy skin, helps reduce menstrual stress and increases stamina and energy.

Written by: Hervé Coureil, Chief Digital Officer, Schneider Electric


“Security is everyone’s job now.” These are wise words from Amazon’s CTO Dr. Werner Vogels, especially for companies embarking on a digital transformation or accelerating their journey.

By Moritz Miller, Project Partner and Senior Consultant at Drees & Sommer Middle East


Lean thinking is a methodology which, when applied in construction, has allowed thousands of buildings to increase operational efficiency in the construction phase of projects, saving time and resources by following a standardised system to mitigate waste of all types.

 By Sean Hird, Director of the DIFC Wills Service Centre, a division of the Dubai International Finance Centre’s Dispute Resolution Authority


DIFC Wills Service welcomes new visa rules reducing the vulnerability of women following death or divorce

Monday, 09 July 2018 13:36

The Psychology of Success

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Words by Ebraheem Al Samadi, CEO & Founder of Forever Rose


When  it  comes  to  the  psychology  of  success,  the  first  thing  you  need  to  ask  yourself  is  why  you  want  to  be successful.  By  success,  I refer to  achieving something  in  your  life  that  you  currently aspire towards.  What is emotionally  driving  you  towards  it?  You  might  say  you  want  a  "pay  rise",  or  "more free time"  however  these  are objectives, as opposed to the fundamental reason why. The "why" is what you need to consider, it is your emotional driver  behind your objectives. For example, the true  reason  for  wanting  that  pay  rise  may be  because  you  have a young family and wish to build a beautiful home for them to create unforgettable childhood memories in, or being able to spend more precious time with your family whom you may rarely see due to work.  It’s  these  emotion-based reasons that  direct  and  push  us  forwards and always deserve reflection to meet our aspirations.

Sunday, 08 July 2018 13:19

Embracing the Power of Word of Mouth

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Words by Medy Navani, Founder & Creative Director of Design Haus Medy


According to the Nielsen Global Trust In Advertising Survey, 92 percent of people trust recommendations from friends. That means if you aren't receiving word-of-mouth recommendations for your business, you're missing out on the single most effective and trusted means of attracting new clients. And despite the prolific influence of social media on modern society, an extensive fact base has been established by marketing researchers that reveals that the vast majority of sharing of information about brands is actually offline, rather than online.

Sunday, 08 July 2018 12:15

Going Green in the Workplace

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Words by Sally Sarieddine, Founder of LaLaQueen

I firmly believe that being conscious and ethical is not just the hottest trend in fashion right now, it is also non-negotiable in the workplace. As companies get more engaged in the sustainability arena there are more and more opportunities to work from the inside out. Increasingly sustainability will become part of everyone's job so it is important to be up to date and aware of the issues.

Saturday, 07 July 2018 11:40

How to ask for a promotion

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Picture this, you have been working in a position for a few years, love the company and enjoy the work you do, but recently you have been feeling a little restless and ready to take the next step in your career. Sound familiar? Wanting to move forward is an exciting prospect, the hard part is finding the opportunity. At whatever level, asking for what we want is not always as easy as is sounds.

Saturday, 07 July 2018 11:21

How to use competition for your own success

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From a young age, competition is a strong motivator for progression and success. Starting out, it may be a simple rivalry with a sibling, later through sports played at school, and more notably seen in the working world between businesses and colleagues. Competition can be seen as negative but as a part of human nature, “survival of the fittest” inevitably pushes us to achieve.

Saturday, 07 July 2018 11:15

Dark social – the untapped opportunity

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Lucy Merigold, Head of Digital at Grayling Middle East


So what exactly is dark social, and is it something brand managers need to be considering when devising their campaign plans?

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