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Why Keeping A Daily Journal Could Change Your Life
Benjamin P. Hardy
Husband and foster father of 3. Pursuing Ph.D. in Organization...
You’ll never want to miss another day of journaling again.
You Are Amazing, And Other Communication Hacks
Writer, Director, Social Entrepreneur, Change Maker, Hyper Cre...
A client of mine just called to tell me I’m amazing. I like when that happens. In fact, I like it so much that I’ll try twice
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Can You Trust Your Gut?
Author, Speaker & Systems Entrepreneur devoted to building a m...
Marketing Maven Serves With A Purpose
Journalist | Educator | Coach | Advocate | Producer | Connecto...
Salesperson Salespeople make change happen through persuasion. Salespeople are able to take almost any idea and shape it
Psychotherapist & Author
In our new "Independent Contractor" service economy, most of the manufacturing in the first world has been outsourced to
Muscle Memory -- It's In Your Head, Not Your Limbs
Richard E. Cytowic
Neurologist & Author
Transcription doesn't take nearly as much brainpower as concentrating on the ideas you hear and deciding what to put down
GPS FOR THE SOUL
10,000 Hours Of Love
International counselor for anxiety
As I say on my blog and in my courses: Don't give up. Hang on. Do the work. It's worth it. It's worth it a thousand times over. It's supposed to be hard. All good things in life require tending and laboring, falling and working. It's how we grow and it's how we learn to love.
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Malcolm Gladwell Is Making Enemies In Higher Education. That’s A Good Thing.
His new podcast challenges the status quo in academia.
The Tipping Point of Financial Wellness Looks Like This
Elliot S. Weissbluth
Chief Executive Officer, HighTower
They're often the best way to explain a new idea or concept... for instance: comparing brokers and independent financial
Learning to Teach by Learning Badly: Lessons in Bookbinding
Frank H. Wu
Author, Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White
But the teacher plays a major role. I have been an autodidact for the most part. That likely is explained by my weakness
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GPS FOR THE SOUL
4 Times Every Day You Can Cultivate Your Intuition
Author, Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi: Cloth Diapers, Cosl...
Intuition is like a muscle; it helps to work it out every day. Below is my daily intuition workout -- four times every day I check in to build my muscles of intuition. Give this workout a shot and let me know (in the comments) how it goes for you.
Je Suis Encore Charlie?
Director, Foreign Policy In Focus and Editor, LobeLog; Author ...
War is exactly what the Islamic State wants. War legitimizes its claim to be a state and to be treated like a state. The bombing strategy -- whether pursued by Hollande or Obama or Putin -- is also doomed to fail, even if it succeeds in its narrow objective of destroying the Islamic State.
Black Woman, White Movement: Why Black Women are Leaving the Feminist Movement
Lindsay H. Hoffman
Professor of Communication & Political Science, University of ...
Black feminists seek emancipation from the norms and expectations of typical white women. In a society where the Black female body is appropriated, Black feminists are clamoring to be seen as an everyday type of beauty rather than exotic.
The First Thing Introverts Should Know About Public Speaking
By Susan Cain, Quiet Revolution
This article first appeared on QuietRev.com I have a really complicated relationship to public speaking. The mere prospect
Stories From a Father of 2 Girls: Gender Stereotypes and Malcolm Gladwell's Tipping Point
Geek with Social Skills
Which preconceived notion (graffiti) of our generation you want our children to be oblivious to? Interested in your thoughts in the comments section. If you like the read, share it with your network.
Dreams Becoming Reality
Contributing Writer; Formerly at The Weekly Standard and The D...
Since childhood, I have been interested in journalism and politics. When I was in my early teens, I frequently watched the early local news. Now as a young adult, attending school in Washington, D.C. I can take advantage of a plethora of journalistic opportunities.
Power vs. Legitimacy: How the NFL and NCAA Have Lost Their Trust
Athlete, Author, Entrepreneur
The NFL and NCAA have power. Nobody is questioning that. But legitimacy is a question that still needs to be answered. 10, 20, 30 years ago, yes, these two institutions had legitimacy. Things most likely weren't perfect, but there wasn't a public outcry for reform.
How to Power Network Like a Relationship Coach
Author of 'Love @ First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Da...
As the founder of a digital dating consultancy, I know that relationship development really begins when you meet offline. To create meaningful connections, you need to put the phone down. Face-to-face is the new FaceTime. But even for me, saying hello at a networking event isn't always easy.
The Geek's Guide to the Writing Life: Alan Cheuse's Gift
Stephanie M. Vanderslice
Certified Writing Geek
Some weeks ago I was headed down up the Hudson River on the train from Albany-Rensselaer to Penn Station. As I rode I was thinking about my former teacher, Alan Cheuse because at the time, Alan was still in a coma from head injuries sustained in a car accident in California.
Malcolm Gladwell Rebuts Claim He 'Shills' For Big Tobacco
An article headlined "Shillers for killers," published Tuesday on the news site Pando, accuses Gladwell of shilling for Big
Refugees: Existence. Resistance. Persistence.
Author, Reporter, Speaker
World Refugee Day, held each year on June 20th, honors the resilience, courage and determination of more than 50 million refugees forced to flee their homeland under the threat of persecution and violence.
A Trick for Higher SAT Scores? Unfortunately, No.
Terry Burnham, Ph.D.
Finance professor, Chapman University
The idea is simple, powerful and easy to grasp. An oyster makes a pearl by reacting to the irritation of a grain of sand. Body builders become huge by lifting more weight. Can we kick our brains into a higher gear by making the problem harder?
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