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How would I turn this into a working schedule using the four paying apps that would allow me to at least make $400 a week including breaks.Let me know if my math is wrong.

It’s Summer, so I have basically nothing to do. So if I start at 11:00 am each day, how much would I make. And if I could make $400 a week, what would be a good working schedule for something like that.PerkTV10 minutes = 25 points 10 minutes = 50 points 20 minutes= 50 points 40 minutes= 100 points 20 minutes= 120 points1 hour= 120 points 120 points = 240 points 2 hours= 240 points 4 hours= 480 points 4 hours= 480 points 8 hours= 960 points16 hours= 1,920 points32 hours= 3,840 points64 h= 7,680 P 128 h= 15,360 5 (Perk TV) days= $10Bing rewards 1,025 P6,500P=$510 M= 5P 20 M= 10P 40 M= 20P 80 M= 40P 160 M= 80 P 320 M= 160 P 640 M= 320P 1,280 M= 640 P 2560 M= 1280 P 5120 M= 2560 P 10240 M= 5120 P 12,800 M= 6400P 13,120 M= 6560 P9 (bing rewards) days= $5Blabber15000 Messages= $15 813M 10 M= 37P 20M= 74P 40M= 148P 80M= 296 160M= 592 320M= 1184 640= 2368 1280= 4736 2560=9472 3840= 14208 4160= 153923 (blabber) Days= $15 So... 9 (blabber) days= $4510 days= $60 10 days 10 days 30 days= $180Gift…

Earn SYW Rewards $ for Driving or Riding with Uber (or ordering Uber Eats)

The Sears/Kmart/Land's Ends' Shop Your Way rewards program has a partnership with Uber for some reason that isn't really clear to me. I just got a KitchenAid Pro stand mixer for free with the points I earned from this program for taking rides. They also pay out for uber eats orders and for driving. I suggest you link up your accounts and let the free points roll in. Their site is buggy sometimes -- it may take a moment to load. Here's some screengrabs: https://imgur.com/a/q8YZPipIf you're a driver: You can get up to $100 in points by giving rides over any given 3-month period after you link ($400/yr). You also get 50% off oil changes and some services at Sears auto centers. If you're a new driver you can get a $425 signup bonus, then you earn up to $100 per 3 months afterwards ($2/ride).If you're a rider: You earn a minimum of $2 in points for every ride you take after you link your account. On holidays they usually raise it to $5/ride. In November/December…

Dealing With Difficult People at Work: Stoic Strategies by Greg Sadler

" From a Stoic perspective the question isn’t whether such people exist. It isn’t even whether labeling them in these ways is somehow wrong, or unfair, or offensive – read around in Marcus, Epictetus, and Seneca, and see how many people they are willing to label along similar lines! The real question is how we can deal with those difficult people in productive and positive ways. What resources does Stoicism afford us? "http://modernstoicism.com/dealing-with-difficult-people-at-work-stoic-strategies-by-greg-sadler/ submitted by /u/StoicSolutions to r/Stoicism
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FACILITATED TRADING: T-Mobile Tuesdays Trading/Discussion thread June 05, 2018

/u/luckybuilder has some time today so he can help facilitate trades again this week. Please use the below Google form for giveaways/requests/trades. We've created this for convenience and to prevent scammers. Please note that not all requests may be fulfilled and not all trades may be completed as demand for certain codes usually far outweighs the supply.One code from the week usually ends up being the most requested, but very few of that popular code ends up being submitted. To help with this, we have a new point system. People who give away this desired code will receive a credit, which puts them at the top of the list for codes in future weeks. Therefore, it is in your best interest to submit this code if you're not using it. Please see the stickied comment for details.Some notes:IF YOU TRADE A CODE AFTER INPUTTING IT TO THE FORM, YOU WILL BE BANNED FROM THE SUBREDDIT, PUBLICLY SHAMED, AND BLACKLISTED FROM THE GOOGLE FORM. NO EXCEPTIONS.Sorting through all these requests t…

RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/q3fZ2X2hy7

RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/q3fZ2X2hy7 — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 02:10PM
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If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/fx2Pha1ibL

If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/fx2Pha1ibL — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 02:10PM
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“whereas others, who made super-complicated designs (that were technically unsound and… https://t.co/LKcFMorOCe

“whereas others, who made super-complicated designs (that were technically unsound and… https://t.co/LKcFMorOCe — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 02:10PM
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“whereas others, who made super-complicated designs (that were technically unsound and… https://t.co/W1K4O1ncIj

“whereas others, who made super-complicated designs (that were technically unsound and… https://t.co/W1K4O1ncIj — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 01:08PM
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If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/MzPTnXhxE9

If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/MzPTnXhxE9 — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 01:08PM
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RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/Yg9ZVOfdLV

RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/Yg9ZVOfdLV — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 01:08PM
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“whereas others, who made super-complicated designs (that were technically unsound and never worked) and were able to talk about them in ways that nobody understood, were considered geniuses.” #things #feedly https://t.co/RXnvTNCywd https://t.co/RmrFxyshyY

“whereas others, who made super-complicated designs (that were technically unsound and never worked) and were able to talk about them in ways that nobody understood, were considered geniuses.” #things#feedlyhttps://t.co/RXnvTNCywdpic.twitter.com/RmrFxyshyY — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 12:21PM
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RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/NqWsnYi4vi

RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/NqWsnYi4vi — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 11:20AM
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If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/RxbqQhBULe

If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/RxbqQhBULe — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 11:20AM
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If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/ziwVIryHOz

If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $… https://t.co/ziwVIryHOz — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 09:35AM
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RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/OeuA0v8o0X

RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone… https://t.co/OeuA0v8o0X — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 09:35AM
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If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $10 to $35 in cash or store credit from the Best Buy class action settlement. The deadline to opt out of or object to the settlement is June 18, 2018. https://t.co/AFQLQ8wyKG https://t.co/V9sDJiOgTb

If you bought a Monster HDMI Cable between Aug. 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018, you could get $10 to $35 in cash or store credit from the Best Buy class action settlement.
The deadline to opt out of or object to the settlement is June 18, 2018.https://t.co/AFQLQ8wyKGpic.twitter.com/V9sDJiOgTb — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 31, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 08:53AM
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RT @mikailborg: “Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone younger than the writer who makes them uncomfortable for any reason

“Millennial” no longer refers to a specific generation, but to anyone younger than the writer who makes them uncomfortable for any reason — Resistance Is Working Ω (@mikailborg) May 29, 2018
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May 31, 2018 at 08:17AM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/6XSnwXrwFi

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/6XSnwXrwFi — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 02:33PM
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"It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost… https://t.co/brVE3bN2Ym

"It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost… https://t.co/brVE3bN2Ym — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 02:33PM
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"It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost… https://t.co/nesxvV1IZB

"It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost… https://t.co/nesxvV1IZB — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 01:39PM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/70pNUtA0rl

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/70pNUtA0rl — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 01:39PM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/K796n0e3tl

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/K796n0e3tl — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 12:23PM
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"It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost five-year absence, the red tide has again returned, and with it, glowing bioluminescent waves." #mustread #feedly https://t.co/eI3f8RiR1X https://t.co/jdoLQbiOGe

"It’s a massive, unpredictable bloom of single-celled, red plankton, and after an almost five-year absence, the red tide has again returned, and with it, glowing bioluminescent waves." #mustread#feedlyhttps://t.co/eI3f8RiR1Xpic.twitter.com/jdoLQbiOGe — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 12:21PM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/JqA4LxcwJ5

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/JqA4LxcwJ5 — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 11:18AM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/4oHS7Z6zwe

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/4oHS7Z6zwe — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 10:40AM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/lpJj1M4MjH

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug… https://t.co/lpJj1M4MjH — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 10:00AM
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"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug-related crimes and deaths to enjoying one of the lowest rates of drug-related deaths in the world" #news #feedly https://t.co/KGId1chiWy https://t.co/avUg634yyu

"In less than two decades, Portugal went from suffering an epidemic of heroin use, drug-related crimes and deaths to enjoying one of the lowest rates of drug-related deaths in the world" #news#feedlyhttps://t.co/KGId1chiWypic.twitter.com/avUg634yyu — John McGready (@jmcgready) May 30, 2018
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May 30, 2018 at 08:53AM
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Massive Attack’s Mezzanine to be Encoded into DNA #MusicMonday

Buying Stish Keeps Getting Easier Which Should Help With The Token Event Coming Soon!

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Where have all the people gone?

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SteemThat Community Growing Fast

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Stish Sales Climbing And The Pre-ICO Is Coming To An End Soon!

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More Ways To Get Discovered On SteemThat.com

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Mr. Grip

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April 7, 2018 at 05:24AM Fix worn and stripped screw holesI work in an independent hardware store that carries a plethora of interesting items that Home Depot and Lowes will not. Mr. Grip is by far my favorite dohicky. It provides you with a way to keep a stripped out screw screwed in. Essentially Mr. Grips are little metal strips that are perforated much like the fine side of a cheese grater. If you cut off a strip as long as your screw, then fold it over like a taco, you can jam it down into the hole that has become stripped out. Simply run the screw back in next to the strip and, presto, the screw holds like new. Our bathroom door is held up with nothing but these. Works in metal, wood and even cheap particle board.-- Brad Thompson04/7/18

Calendly/Mark hard to reach places/Website status check

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April 8, 2018 at 05:24AM Recomendo: issue no. 89Free calendar scheduling
I use Calendly to manage Kevin’s calendar. Calendly connects to Google calendar, blocks off the times you are busy and creates a unique and permanent url to share so people can self-schedule. The scheduled event is then automatically added to your Google calendar. There is a basic, free plan that does this and paid plans with more features. — CDLong-nosed precision marker
In my workshop I use a Dixon needle-nosed marker for maximum accuracy. This is like a wire-thin sharpie that can reach deep into holes or tug close along edges to make a thin indelible line or dot. The handle is fat for your grip, but the business end is only 2mm wide and several inches long (like a hummingbird beak) making it perfect for precision marks on fabric, plastics, metals and wood. This Dixon is a slightly cheaper version of a similar Pica brand marker recommended by Adam Savage. — KKWebsite statu…

Why even bother to think about strategy?

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April 10, 2018 at 07:24AM There's confusion between tactics and strategy. It's easy to get tied up in semantic knots as you work to figure out the distinction. It's worth it, though, because strategy can save you when tactics fail.If a tactic fails, you should consider abandoning it.But that doesn't mean that there's something wrong with your strategy. Your strategy is what you keep doing even after you walk away from a tactic.A real estate broker could decide that her goal is to get more listings.And her strategy is to achieve that by becoming the most trusted person in town.There are then 100 tactics she can use to earn that trust. She can coordinate events, sponsor teams, host community meetings in her office, sponsor the local baseball team, be transparent about her earnings, hire countless summer interns at a fair wage, run seminars at the local library, etc. ...It doesn't matter if one or two or five of the tactic…

Russia orders immediate block of Telegram messaging app

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April 13, 2018 at 05:15AM A Russian court has ruled that messaging app Telegram must be blocked in the country. The ruling follows months of battles between Telegram and Roskomnadzor, Russia’s telecommunications watchdog. Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) wants to access user data from Telegram through the sharing of encryption keys, but Telegram has refused to comply even after a court ruling.Russian news agency Tass reports that the messaging service will be “blocked immediately” following the latest court ruling, and that the ban will be in place until Telegram provides decryption keys to the FSB. It’s not clear how immediate the ban will be, though. The Financial Times reports that the ban will likely take place once Telegram has exhausted the appeals process over the next month.Russia implemented strict anti-terrorism laws in 2016, which required messaging services to provide authorities with the ability to decrypt messages. Telegram has…

These 1923 Copyrighted Works Enter the Public Domain in 2019

8 ways to beat burnout and reenergize

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April 10, 2018 at 01:53PM
Clickbaity entrepreneur advice sites love their lists of “80,000 productivity hacks for busy entrepreneurs.” They paddle around in the shallow end of the pool because they’re scared to dive into the things that are actually holding entrepreneurs back.At GrowthLab, we harbor no such anxieties. We’re here to tell you: all of the productivity tips in the world won’t help if you’re actually suffering from something deeper: burnout.Numbers don’t lie: burnout is a problem that entrepreneurs have to face. Last week, the Harvard Business Review published the findings of a study on burnout in entrepreneurs showing that 25% of entrepreneurs felt “moderately burned out,” and that 3% felt “strongly burned out.” That’s more than a quarter of people you might think would be more motivated and energized than anybody — who are experiencing things like cynicism, detachment, and disillusionment instead.We asked some Zero to Launch students t…

Don’t Make Important Decisions Out of Desperation

What will change when millennials lead?

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April 13, 2018 at 09:12PM A reporter emailed me to set up a call to talk about millennials. There was a time in my life when I would have ignored the email. I’m tired of talking about millennials. But now that I’m home with kids, I say yes to reporters so I have someone interesting to talk to.This one asked me about how millennials will change leadership. She wanted a quote about David Solomon – quintessential BS-laden story that millennials eat up. He’s the CEO-in-waiting at Goldman Sachs who is also a DJ and walked his kids to school. And then I remembered the other reason I don’t do calls with journalists: I go on tirades.Walked his kids to school! So devoted!Really, how do people believe this crap. Here’s what it’s like to be a millionaire and walk your kids to school: someone else wakes them up and gets them ready. And then there’s a car service to pick you up at the school and drive you to work.In the past you got a gold medal for…

AmbientLightServer Television Using Raspberry Pi

The Largest Steem Power Buy For The Steem That Community To Date

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The Smallest Addition To The Whale Pool Yet

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14 Million Visitors to U.S. Face Social Media Screening

How I validated my business idea using Upwork

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March 27, 2018 at 05:09AM It’s one of the big existential questions of starting a business: How do you know if the thing you think might be a business is actually a business?In highfalutin’ business circles, this is called “idea validation.” Here at GrowthLab, we use a different term: pay certainty.We like “pay certainty” because it cuts right to the core of what people are really asking when they ask if their idea is really an idea: will people pay for thisproduct or not? For some people, qualitative research is enough to answer the question. They immerse themselves in their audience’s mindset, spend time where their audience spends time, compile pages of notes about pain points and frustrations and possible solutions, and come away knowing exactly what they want to build.  But if you’re like Callum Birch, you need a bit more quantitative heft to really put your mind at ease.  “I quite easily could have said, ‘This is my hypothetical audience, I th…