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The Different Types of Business Plans

Business plans go by many names: Strategic plans, operational plans, internal plans, and many others. Lately, I’ve been focusing on lean business plans. There are also one-page business plans, although those are really more summaries. Of course there are traditional business plans, which can also be called formal business plans, or wow-do-I-really-have-to-do-all-that business plans.

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Sierra Leone Is The First Country In The World To Use Blockchain Technology To Prevent Election Meddling

Sierra Leone’s presidential elections have made world history, reports OkayAfrica.


The latest election is notable because it is the first in the world to use blockchain technology, according to Business Insider. Each paper ballot was announced out loud by election official and then manually logged by Agora, the company that provided the technology.

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Son Of Wu-Tang Clan’s ODB To Launch Own Coin Via ICO To Support Music, Brand

Hip Hop artist Young Dirty Bastard, the son of late rapper and producer Ol’ Dirty Bastard of the Wu-Tang Clan, is launching his own cryptocurrency in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO), he announced in an interview with Yahoo Finance Tuesday, March 6.


Bar-Sun Unique Jones, originally from Brooklyn and better known by his stage name Young Dirty Bastard, claimed in the interview that he decided to launch his Dirty Coin (ODB) to fund his next album and to support music projects and other ventures, including books and video games. Dirty added that he plans to use ODB coins as payment for concerts, merchandise, and music from Ol’ Dirty Bastard and himself.

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A 2016 survey released by Upwork and the Freelancers Union showed that 33 percent of the American workforce either freelance or work as contractors. Two-thirds of those freelancers chose to work that way because of their own personal preference, not out of necessity.

Some have an extra part-time job to make a bit more cash, to improve their job skills, or to try out a career different from their 9-to-5. These freelance gigs, whether they are regular or occasional, can be invaluable to your career path.

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