Best Twitter Accounts To Follow


These guys don’t use Twitter accounts to impress people, they use it to impact people!”

Twitter is only as good as the people you follow on it. And so, we’ve created a special list of Twitter accounts you must, must, must follow:

  1. Narendra Modi

Here is a man who has used social media to his absolute advantage. According to a report, the Prime Minister strategically tweets under nine broad themes: Cricket, Rahul Gandhi, entertainment, sarcasm, corruption, development, foreign affairs, Hinduism, and science and technology. But what struck the researchers is his “use of political irony and sarcasm to become broadly appealing and refashion his political style.” You can definitely learn some social media tips from this account, of course, along with all the other content posted!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/narendramodi

  1. BBC Breaking News

If you want to feel more knowledgeable, it’s important that you stay up to date on current events. While there are countless sources for breaking news online, BBC Breaking News’ Twitter account has proven to be a reliable and timely source. Even with the 140 character limit, this Twitter account can tell you the key point of any breaking news story so that even if you’re pressed for time and don’t click the link to read the entire report, you will have a general notion of what is happening in the world of news simply from a quick scan of their feed.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/BBCBreaking

  1. TED Talks

Among various Twitter accounts, this one is especially devoted to spreading ideas that can change your world, and change the world. Typically, A TEDx Talk is a showcase for speakers presenting great, well-formed ideas in under 18 minutes. If you want to make it big, this Twitter account will contribute tremendously!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/TEDTalks

  1. Barkha Dutt

One of India’s top journalists, Barkha Dutt is the group editor of NDTV, a leading and credible TV news channel. Sharp and diligent, she has made a name for herself as an anchor-reporter not merely in India but globally. Her tweets are a mix of on-ground reportage and accompanying views.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/BDUTT

  1. Forbes

Forbes has it all: career advice, business news, cultural news and the latest tips and advice from the world’s most powerful and innovative entrepreneurs. Of all Twitter accounts, this account can definitely not be missed!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/Forbes

  1. Economic Times

India’s largest business newspaper, The Economic Times focuses on large companies, particularly listed entities, apart from the economy and finance. But it also publishes stories of small businesses with advisories thrown in. You could look at it as a starting point into India Inc. Instead of following several Twitter accounts, this one summarizes the Indian economy and the financial setup in the country.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/EconomicTimes

  1. Harvard Business Review

This premiere business school publication tweets articles by the world’s leading scholars and academics regarding business and leadership. Definitely a must read!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/HarvardBiz

  1. Ronnie Screwvala

One of top names in the entertainment industry, Ronnie Screwvala tweets on entrepreneurship. He takes questions from potential entrepreneurs and that makes his timeline interactive and interesting. Apart from enterprise and start-ups, Screwvala also tweets on rural India and the young.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/RonnieScrewvala

  1. She Negotiates

She Negotiates is a negotiating training and consulting and executive coaching firm, and their account tweets their negotiating tactics and expertise for free for their followers. These tips could help you crack a deal one day!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/SheNegotiates

  1. Richard Branson

His thoughts and beliefs will take you a long way. If you’re finding ways of turning your ideas into reality, then, among various inspirational Twitter accounts, this is the one you just cannot miss!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/richardbranson

  1. LifeHacker

The all-encompassing life advice site tweets on their account articles ranging from relevant Ted Talks to financial advice to what National Parks to visit. It brings you success mantras of business icons, shares tips on making money and helps you get things done faster and better!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/lifehacker

  1. The financial diet

This Twitter account throws light on money matters, champions financial honesty, helps in budget planning and writes about the smartest ways to save and spend money, especially for millennials.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/TFDiet

  1. Bill Nye

While his Twitter bio states “Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t”, Bill Nye knows more than most. Best known for his children’s TV series, “Bill Nye the Science Guy” has a way of crafting every piece of knowledge he shares through Twitter in an exceptionally fascinating way. Alongside his Tweets sharing scientific facts and oddities that are always solid conversation starters, he also participates in Q&A’s with his followers and retweets content from other educational sources!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/BillNye

  1. LiveScienceHealth

This Twitter account provides news and information about the “top stories of the day in health, environment, animals, technology, and space.” Their mission is to “leave their fans five minutes smarter than when they arrived,” and their tweets definitely achieve this. All of the content they share is extremely interesting and answers questions that you didn’t even know you had.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/LiveSciHealth/

  1. Amitabh Bachchan

His tweets are filled with his comments on current events, sensitive stories, witty statuses, and sometimes, an insight into the world of glamour!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/SrBachchan

  1. Tanmay Bhatt

This Twitter account of an Indian stand-up comedian, script writer, producer and the co-founder of the popular comedy sketch group All India Bakchod is sure to leave you in splits!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/thetanmay

These guys don’t use Twitter accounts to impress people, they use it to impact people!”

Twitter is only as good as the people you follow on it. And so, we’ve created a special list of Twitter accounts you must, must, must follow:

  1. Narendra Modi

Here is a man who has used social media to his absolute advantage. According to a report, the Prime Minister strategically tweets under nine broad themes: Cricket, Rahul Gandhi, entertainment, sarcasm, corruption, development, foreign affairs, Hinduism, and science and technology. But what struck the researchers is his “use of political irony and sarcasm to become broadly appealing and refashion his political style.” You can definitely learn some social media tips from this account, of course, along with all the other content posted!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/narendramodi

  1. BBC Breaking News

If you want to feel more knowledgeable, it’s important that you stay up to date on current events. While there are countless sources for breaking news online, BBC Breaking News’ Twitter account has proven to be a reliable and timely source. Even with the 140 character limit, this Twitter account can tell you the key point of any breaking news story so that even if you’re pressed for time and don’t click the link to read the entire report, you will have a general notion of what is happening in the world of news simply from a quick scan of their feed.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/BBCBreaking

  1. TED Talks

Among various Twitter accounts, this one is especially devoted to spreading ideas that can change your world, and change the world. Typically, A TEDx Talk is a showcase for speakers presenting great, well-formed ideas in under 18 minutes. If you want to make it big, this Twitter account will contribute tremendously!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/TEDTalks

  1. Barkha Dutt

One of India’s top journalists, Barkha Dutt is the group editor of NDTV, a leading and credible TV news channel. Sharp and diligent, she has made a name for herself as an anchor-reporter not merely in India but globally. Her tweets are a mix of on-ground reportage and accompanying views.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/BDUTT

  1. Forbes

Forbes has it all: career advice, business news, cultural news and the latest tips and advice from the world’s most powerful and innovative entrepreneurs. Of all Twitter accounts, this account can definitely not be missed!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/Forbes

  1. Economic Times

India’s largest business newspaper, The Economic Times focuses on large companies, particularly listed entities, apart from the economy and finance. But it also publishes stories of small businesses with advisories thrown in. You could look at it as a starting point into India Inc. Instead of following several Twitter accounts, this one summarizes the Indian economy and the financial setup in the country.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/EconomicTimes

  1. Harvard Business Review

This premiere business school publication tweets articles by the world’s leading scholars and academics regarding business and leadership. Definitely a must read!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/HarvardBiz

  1. Ronnie Screwvala

One of top names in the entertainment industry, Ronnie Screwvala tweets on entrepreneurship. He takes questions from potential entrepreneurs and that makes his timeline interactive and interesting. Apart from enterprise and start-ups, Screwvala also tweets on rural India and the young.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/RonnieScrewvala

  1. She Negotiates

She Negotiates is a negotiating training and consulting and executive coaching firm, and their account tweets their negotiating tactics and expertise for free for their followers. These tips could help you crack a deal one day!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/SheNegotiates

  1. Richard Branson

His thoughts and beliefs will take you a long way. If you’re finding ways of turning your ideas into reality, then, among various inspirational Twitter accounts, this is the one you just cannot miss!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/richardbranson

  1. LifeHacker

The all-encompassing life advice site tweets on their account articles ranging from relevant Ted Talks to financial advice to what National Parks to visit. It brings you success mantras of business icons, shares tips on making money and helps you get things done faster and better!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/lifehacker

  1. The financial diet

This Twitter account throws light on money matters, champions financial honesty, helps in budget planning and writes about the smartest ways to save and spend money, especially for millennials.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/TFDiet

  1. Bill Nye

While his Twitter bio states “Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t”, Bill Nye knows more than most. Best known for his children’s TV series, “Bill Nye the Science Guy” has a way of crafting every piece of knowledge he shares through Twitter in an exceptionally fascinating way. Alongside his Tweets sharing scientific facts and oddities that are always solid conversation starters, he also participates in Q&A’s with his followers and retweets content from other educational sources!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/BillNye

  1. LiveScienceHealth

This Twitter account provides news and information about the “top stories of the day in health, environment, animals, technology, and space.” Their mission is to “leave their fans five minutes smarter than when they arrived,” and their tweets definitely achieve this. All of the content they share is extremely interesting and answers questions that you didn’t even know you had.

Follow now: https://twitter.com/LiveSciHealth/

  1. Amitabh Bachchan

His tweets are filled with his comments on current events, sensitive stories, witty statuses, and sometimes, an insight into the world of glamour!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/SrBachchan

  1. Tanmay Bhatt

This Twitter account of an Indian stand-up comedian, script writer, producer and the co-founder of the popular comedy sketch group All India Bakchod is sure to leave you in splits!

Follow now: https://twitter.com/thetanmay

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Take Time to Reflect (1)


“In it he saw…honey.” Jdg 14:8 NIV

One day Samson encountered a lion and slew it. The Bible says, “Some time later, when he went back…he turned aside to look at the lion’s carcass. In it he saw…some honey. He scooped out the honey with his hands and ate as he went along” (vv. 8-9 NIV). There’s a lesson here for you. When you take time to stop and reflect, you discover “honey” in your experiences that you can eat and grow stronger and wiser. When you reflect, you are able to put things into perspective; you gain new appreciation for things you didn’t notice before. Few of us have clear perspective in the heat of the moment. Most of us who have survived a traumatic experience usually avoid similar situations at all costs. This can leave us with unresolved issues that leave us tied up in knots. Reflective thinking enables you to distance yourself from the intense emotions of an experience and see it with fresh eyes. Indeed, this process is one of the first steps to getting rid of our emotional baggage. President George Washington observed, “We ought not to look back unless it is to derive useful lessons from past errors, and for the purpose of profiting by dearly bought experience.” Each of us has been shaped by the experiences, good and bad, that we’ve had in life. What we refuse to deal with deals with us, and often in harmful ways. We “act out” of our unresolved issues. But when we bring them into the light and ask God for the grace to face them squarely, they lose their power over us.

Power and Influence


Power
The term “influence”, like many other term in political science, is itself a source of considerable controversy.
Some scholars have used “power” and “influence” interchangeably, while others have stressed their differences.
As the eminent political scientist, Robert Dahl, rightly acknowledged , “one writer’s influence is another’s power .
We can generally say, however, that political influence is just a form of power, less in degree than domination and admit that the distinction between influence and dominance cannot be made very clear-cut.

Amazon will pay $0 in taxes on $11,200,000,000 in profit for 2018


While some people have received some surprise tax bills when filing their returns, corporations continue to avoid paying tax — thanks to a cocktail of tax credits, loopholes, and exemptions.
According to a report from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), Amazon (AMZN) will pay nothing in federal income taxes for the second year in a row.
Thanks to the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), Amazon’s federal tax responsibility is 21% (down from 35% in previous years). But with the help of tax breaks, according to corporate filings, Amazon won’t be paying a dime to Uncle Sam despite posting more than $11.2 billion in profits in 2018.

Briefly about the main events of the day


“To think is easy. To act is hard. But the hardest thing in the world is to act in accordance with your thinking.”

💬 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Briefly about the main events of the day

🔴 Airbus warns of no-deal Brexit, says has spent tens of millions preparing.

🔴 Russia’s Gazprombank freezes accounts of Venezuela’s PDVSA.

🔴 Qatar aims to build $20 billion sports sector ahead of World Cup.

🔴 ECB’s Rehn sees euro zone economy weakening.

🔴 European car imports no threat to U.S. national security.

🔴 Nissan panel to recommend outside director to chair board.

🔴 Canada’s Freeland pushes end of steel, aluminium tariffs in meeting with Pelosi.

Robinhood Launches Banking Services


Fintech startup Robinhood Financial LLC today announced that customers can sign up for access to a Checking & Savings product, which will be available as part of their free-trades brokerage services. The company makes money primarily from interest on customer cash balances.
Upon logging in to the app, customers are now greeted with an invitation to apply for the banking capabilities. The accounts pay a 3% annual interest rate, which is certainly a loss leader at the present time, and there are no fees for the customer.
Robinhood says it can offer the high rate of interest due to splitting the revenue it receives from MasterCard whenever a debit card is used.