If you have spent years of your life frustrated by stubborn belly flab, then you may be over the moon about finally having a tummy tuck procedure. Here is a comprehensive guide that will provide everything you need to know about making it through your tummy tuck and the subsequent recovery, with minimal discomfort.
Credit scores are key when you are looking to apply for different types of credit such as a credit card, loans and a mortgage. A bad credit score can limit your opportunity for credit. Capital One has created the following infographic to provide a quick guide to credit scores.
Teeth extractions are performed by a dentist or oral surgeon and are fairly quick inpatient procedures with anesthesia. Often, extractions are performed for wisdom teeth, diseased teeth, and teeth that need to be removed for dental implants placement. What do you do after you get your tooth pulled? Find out in the following infographic.
If you have ever traveled, done business or even have important contacts around the world, then you will know all about the issues that come with time zones. As if the foreign language, various accents, and awkward translations around the world weren’t enough of a challenge, prepare to be amazed with some strange and curious things some countries have done with their time zones.
These days, it’s relatively easy to obtain information from your partner’s phone. According to a survey, only 36 percent of people admit to secretly checking their partner’s phone. And three percent of people actually find evidence of their partner being unfaithful. PeopleFinders.com explores this further in the following infographic.
The U.S. Mint has been producing coins since the creation of the first mint in Philadelphia in 1792. In the last 100 years alone, the U.S. Mint has created more than 816 billion coins worth $169.5 billion. The following graphic from WizardPins breaks down U.S. Mint coin production over the last one hundred years.
With so many job titles being used today, it’s hard to know who does what. Therefore, it makes sense to start by hiring a fractional chief operating officer (COO) who can help in this area for a fraction of the pay rate. But, what’s the difference between a COO and a fractional COO?
In the past, if you needed an executive, you would have to hire them as full-time workers and pay them high wages. A less costly solution is to hire what is known as a fractional executive since they only work a portion of the time a full-time executive would.
Homeschooling rates in the United States have remained fairly steady for the past decade at around 3.3%. However, the COVID-19 pandemic ignited interest in homeschooling and other alternative schooling arrangements. This propelled homeschooling rates in America to 11.1% in the fall of 2020.
Had you mentioned an outsourced, seasoned, or fractional chief executive officer (CEO) a few years ago, people would have been stumped. Today, these words not only make a lot of sense but also bring value to organizations. But what’s the difference between a CEO and a fractional CEO?