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This recipe is Gluten-free, Vegan and is ready within 20 minutes
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 15 mins
Extra virgin olive oil
2 head of garlic (12 cloves)
1 1/2 tbsp Tumeric Powder
3 tbsp high-quality sweet paprika
2 Chopped(cubed) Plum Tomatoes
8 cups fresh spinach
½ cup water (125 ml)
4 ½ cups cooked chickpeas
For the chickpeas, it’s best to cook them in boiling water for one or two hours or until they’re soft. But before you cook them, you should soak the chickpeas overnight, as the longer you let it soak before cooking them, the quicker they will cook.
With regards to the spinach, chop the spinach to your desired size(finely is better) and cook it in olive oil , instead of water ,is the best choice for lower calorie intake.
Cook the garlic (diced) and tumeric powder in a saucepan with the oil over medium heat until golden brown. Add the paprika, stir and add the spinach. Add the water and salt to taste (optional) and cook for 6 minutes.
Add the cooked chickpeas, tomato, stir and cook for 5 minutes more.
Being one of the most controversial Grand Slam finals in recent years denied Serena Williams’s attempt to tie the record with her 24th major title, was levied a game penalty late in the second set during a stunning display of outrage directed at the match’s umpire.
As the problems we face today – from our local communities to the workplace, and the global stage – require diverse leaders who have a variety of skill sets, women leadership
will bring the additional skills needed, as well as a different perspective to drive effective solutions. Female leadership is revolutionizing the game by adding value to the way the world does business.
Having more women in the workplace can lead to significantly higher productivity and efficiency
Although women make up 50% of the workforce, have higher education levels than men, are often the primary breadwinners in their families, ensuring progress entail removing the well-known obstacles to womens’ leadership, that include slow career advancement, fewer raises and promotions, and even more obstacles for women of color.
Securing Advancement Will Require a Shift in Perception
Whereas men think that the workplace is equitable and gender-diversified, women view integration and gender diversification in the Workplace as lacking improvement in that realm. Women also see a workforce that lacks fairness and offers less support. Women’s view, in that respect, is more precise, granted the lingering impediments to women’s advancement.
Women must not only be better represented in leadership in companies, as only one in ten senior leaders is a woman, but they must also receive the support that they need in their day-to-day work as on the road to advancement. Although it’s been known that employees who receive more advice from managers are more likely to say they’ve been promoted in the last two years, women are less likely to receive advice from managers and senior leaders on how to advance. Likewise, employees who interact regularly with senior leaders are more likely to aspire to be top executives, women are less likely to.
Until we change the world to reach the 50/50 parity, where both genders value each contribution and shed the concept of living in a male-dominated culture, we will not unlock nor start benefiting from the full potential of women. Raising awareness of the true status of women in leadership, celebrating their accomplishments, recognizing that more women are needed in leadership, and working together will help women gain confidence and the skills they need to overcome barriers and reach their ultimate goals.
Organizing People can Drive Change in Healthcare Delivery
In Healthcare delivery, change requires those on the front lines to embrace new approaches to care and to work across department barriers. We can encourage others to come together to bring about change just as the campaign that Samuel Adams led toward United States’ independence from Great Britain. These methods, if applied throughout the world, can lead to a revolution in healthcare delivery. One-one techniques, personal narrative, creation of leadership teams, and the creation of effective strategies and tactics are necessary to bring about action and change. You can make a difference.
Although happiness is a major component of our genetic makeup, happiness can also be attributed to life events and life experiences such as the people we interact with, the
activities we engage in, and the places we live and work. It is so important that even big companies like Google, Johnson & Johnson, and Apple now emphasize on creating a culture of happiness among their employees as this is an attractive feature in people that fuels their creativity. Likewise, several governments across the world have now acknowledge the importance of happiness in social policymaking. Being happy impacts the quality of every relationship, productivity, and overall life satisfaction.
Moreover, neighborhoods can provide environments for socializing and engaging in leisure, both of which have been shown to be associated with happiness. But just how are individual and neighborhood attributes associated with happiness and how is happiness related to how we feel about our neighborhood?
Sense of community (SOC) describes the social connections, mutual concerns, and values that exist within a community. It’s been found that individuals who have a strong connection to their community are happier. Likewise, happy people seek out the social interaction and fellowship that are essential components of strong communities. Happiness alone accounts for 7% of an individual’s SOC (sense of community.)
Other than social bonds, there are many other great qualities, including quality relationships with friends and family members, that happy people have in common. Likewise, happy people tend to be more connected to their neighborhoods and tend to contribute more to the social capital growth of the community in which they live. This sense of generalized happiness in the community can be an impetus for positive behaviors in the community such as volunteering and neighboring, which has further encouraging implications for community planners, public health officials as well as residents.
DELIGHT EXISTING CUSTOMERS IS EASIER AND MORE IMPORTANT THAN ATTRACTING NEW ONES
Instead of spending lots of money on trying to attract new customers to a business, focus on delighting your existing (or ex) customers instead. Providing them with a great customer experience will turn them into promoters and evangelists.
Being as connected as we are today, thanks to technology, the sharing of positive experience is instantaneous and can potentially be a favorable post going viral through social media highlighting your meticulous service to millions of people