No matter what time of year or day of the week you’re eating seafood, one rule still holds true: don’t overdo it, lest you put yourself at risk of mercury poisoning. The heavy metal accumulates most in large, predatory fish such as swordfish, tuna, and sharks, but other species like bluegill and striped bass can contain enough mercury to cause problems for people who eat fish regularly. Those who are pregnant or nursing should avoid these species altogether (you can see the full FDA guidelines here ). Dr. Michael Gochfeld, MD/PhD, who specializes in mercury poisoning, says that some people who eat fish several times a week will show signs of mercury poisoning. “A recurring theme in our clinic is, ‘for health reasons, I ate a can of tuna every day for years.’”
Within this school to help managers improve, the first step is to stabilize emotionally because that Emotional Intelligence is a transversal skill that influence the application of other skills as happens in the case of a key point as empowerment where by internal fears decreases substantially the effective management of the leaders .
On the other hand, the most important consideration when hiring someone are his values because knowledge can be acquired. Remember that the strength values is relative to fears therefore the loyalty can be relative and less credible, and this is stronger than IQ.