Buying A New Boiler? 5 Things You Need To Know

Place a bucket or container under the T&P discharge pipe and open the T&P valve by pulling the valve tab up so its pointing straight out. If after flushing, it's still leaking, you'll need to replace the T&P valve with a new one. The good news is …

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Search Engine Crawlers

Then news releases are posted on your site, search engine crawlers will find the content, index it, and rank it based on words, phrases, and other factors. Because news release pages update more often than any other part of a typical organization's website, search engine algorithms (tuned to pay attention …

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To Create A First

There is an easier way to create a first. (Creativity is required but not genius.) Find an existing product or category and carve out an extension or subset of the category that is new or “first” in some way. What you are doing is creating a new category that diverges …

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The Creative Process For Branding

Before you start the creative process for your branding, advertising, and marketing programs, take a page from the marketing playbook and develop a creative brief. The creative brief is the bible for creative development, whether it’s designing the product packaging, creating a website, or doing a digital marketing campaign …

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Launching your digital marketing efforts for your Hull business

How do you go about launching your digital marketing efforts for your Hull business? You can either hire a full in-house team, or you can hire a Hull marketing agency. We would thoroughly recommend an agency that can fulfill both parts of your marketing.

Even when you have an in-house …

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The Right Goals In Place

You’ve put the right goals in place, identified the target audience you want to reach, spent time hanging out where they hang out, reading what they read, and researching what matters to them—and in the process, you’ve established the key prospects who are influencing those individuals. When …

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The Sympathetic Nervous System

You see, the heart is a muscle with far more responsibility than just pumping blood. It is an essential part of your autonomic nervous system, featuring an acceleration system and a deceleration system that, together, function as your body’s internal braking system. Heart rate variability is an indication of …

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Looking Out For Other Physical Signs

As I mentioned earlier, we establish rapport by adapting to our recipient in a number of different areas. The first of these is body language. I am actually not particularly fond of that term. “Language” makes it sound as though there’s a vocabulary list somewhere that you can just …

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Core Identity

People differ in their certainty of who they are. People high in self-concept clarity are chronically certain of their core identity and are generally happier as a result. The brand that can connect to a consumer high in self-concept clarity will enjoy powerful brand loyalty. Telling your brother that you …

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Feeling Down?

Depression is about more than feeling down. It involves cognitive changes too, including poorer memory and slowed thinking. It also features bodily changes. As with other so-called mental illnesses, effects are not restricted to the brain. One of the hottest topics in current depression research is the link with inflammation …

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Multipitch Climbing

Multipitch climbing, in theory, should encompass all the disciplines and an appreciation of all the skills that are covered in other texts in this series. It will involve basic top roping skills like anchoring and equipment use, but the typical counterweight arrangement involved in belaying a toprope setup will evolve …

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Feeling Insecure

In adolescence, one can learn to feel insecure in academics or social conditions due to peer pressure, embarrassing revelations (or threats of disclosure), or adult distrust. Teenagers may feel insecure about a traumatic rejection or a series of small rejections. Adults can also feel dangerous when presenting or performing tasks …

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Have A Nest Egg For Emergencies

The next priority for your short‐term goals should be an emergency fund. Many people don't have an emergency fund, which may be the result of the human tendency to believe bad things only happen to others. A fully funded emergency fund is also difficult to build quickly, which may …

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How To Remember People’s Names

Many people have difficulty remembering names when meeting a lot of new people at the same time. The best thing to do is slow down and focus. By this, we mean listen to the other person. Oftentimes, in trying to make a good first impression, we are so busy thinking …

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Working From Home

Anyone working from home needs to be self-directed. While this is certainly true if you’re running your own show, it’s still true if you’re working for someone else. You’re not so subject to visible group norms; you’re largely going to have to manage yourself. And …

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Distinction Matters

Look at the lists of the best-managed companies and compare them to the lists of the most innovative companies—there’s almost never any overlap. Why? The answer is quite simple. The criteria that define success on these two lists are different. Management is about controlling resources to optimize predictable …

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Shade and Shadow

A house’s striking patterns of light and shade arise in part from practical requirements. Traditional load-bearing walls were thick, so the jambs at an opening were deep, throwing a longer shadow. Likewise, substantial eaves were used to throw water far from the walls and foundation. Among more formal elements …

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Address The Issue

Picking your battles means occasionally you do have to address disagreements or bad behaviors. Our kids may not like it, but that’s okay. Life is full of disagreements. And frankly, if we don’t teach our kids how to deal with conflict in a healthy way, they’ll never …

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What To Do With Your Money

It was the 2008 stock market crash that fuelled Satoshi Nakamoto to launch blockchain technology and Bitcoin. But why was the 2008 crash so influential to him? I think it was the bank bailouts, lack of accountability, and lack of punishment (for the massive bets that banks took) that solidified …

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Growing Up

When I was little I was enchanted by video games. Kids will doodle and sketch, and like a lot of kids, I sketched video games. I would draw potential videogame levels, imagine my own versions of Super Mario Bros. where Mario had to collect a magic sea anemone instead of …

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War, Terrorism And Imperial Legacy

To say that Tony Blair is a divisive figure would stretch even the habit of British understatement. His decision for the UK to join the USA in the Iraq invasion has sullied his reputation beyond repair for a swathe of Britain’s populace. That decision, and how it came to …

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New Way of Being

Begin to defy the lie by bringing the defining story out of the shadows and into plain sight. As I say this, perhaps you’re already flashing to yours, or at least have a sense of it. It exists in the area of your life where you’re disempowered and …

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The Importance of a Mentor

A mentor teaches you not only what they know but where they screwed up along the way. They’ll teach you all about the Force, but a couple of drinks in and they’ll segway in the way the Sith penetrated their order and banged them over the head. They …

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