5 Dos and Don’ts When Making a SMART Goal [Examples]

When I was 14, my dream was to play college baseball. But I had one small problem: I only weighed 100 pounds. And even though I still had four years to bulk up and improve my skills, I knew I had a long way to go. Fortunately, my coach always knew how to give me opportunities to shoot for that kept my drive alive.
I think of SMART goals like my former baseball coach.

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How to Research like HubSpot’s Research Team

In college, research was always my favorite part of writing papers. I don’t know why, but finding data to back up my hypotheses always gives me a thrill.
But, even though I love research, it’s not exactly my forte — and I know I’m not alone.
Conducting market research is a necessity for both B2B or B2C companies.

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Why Artificial Intelligence Research is Still Relevant

As a college student, you will often be required to submit a written research paper in whatever field. For such a paper, you will have to analyze different data and come up with a hypothesis. This is where artificial intelligence comes into play. It helps you analyze data and make predictions based on your findings.

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25 Social Media Campaign Ideas to Try in 2019

The summer before my sophomore year in college, I was scrolling through Facebook when I saw my friend dump a bucket of ice water on herself.
When I read the status update, I realized she was doing the Ice Bucket Challenge in an effort to promote awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) disease.
This was in 2014 when the Ice Bucket Challenge went viral and raised $220 million worldwide.

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15 Books Every College Student Needs to Read before Graduating

College life is considered a crucial phase of a person’s life. It is the transition period when a student slowly makes his/her way to the professional world. Whatever decisions you make during this period, shapes your future. So, when you are in college, you need to make smarter choices to ensure success.

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Make AI “Intelligent” Again

The term “artificial intelligence” (AI) was first coined in 1956, at a conference at Dartmouth College, in Hanover, New Hampshire. Since then, AI has had its ups and downs. The period between 1974 – 80 has become known as “AI Winter,” because heavy criticism about its progress led to a reduction in both government interest and government funding.

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College Football – Are you a Fan?

With the college football in full swing, it is worth a look to see how the teams stack-up, not based on rankings, but based on fan loyalty. Big Data and Data Visualization help us with this and lead to some interesting insights. College football also offers us a great opportunity to look at the Big Data of fandom and the business of college football and even that of universities.

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