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Learning about College Admissions from Chris Russo

We can learn a lot actually by thinking deeply about the college admissions scandal. It shines a light on privilege, elite colleges and universities, the realities of what it takes (and who it takes) to get into an elite institution, the value of fame and connections, the role of money, the importance of pre-school, paid tutoring and the list goes on.

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The Consequences of Lecturing: The Science of Learning

There are too many of you reading this article without reading the article that lays out what the evidence says about lecturing as a learning event. I would strongly recommend taking a few minutes to read the evidence article before reading the consequences article.

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What Kind of Leader are You ?

Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. If you’ve been following up on the latest leadership trends, you’ve probably already heard of different approaches and values that worked for many existing and aspiring leaders of the industry. Frankly, there is no right or wrong in leadership - as long as you have your team’s and your business’s best interest at heart.

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Tips to Retain New Hires from Day One

The hiring process is only half the battle of building a successful team, if you don’t properly onboard them chances are you’re probably going to lose them. First impressions are everything. Employee onboarding is a lot more than management; it’s personal. 

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How to Bond with Your Boss While Working Remotely

#RemoteWork has come far from being a trend, it has now become a viable option for many businesses. But things aren’t always good and easy in a remote work culture. After all, we are talking about people who are sitting oceans away from each other and constantly figuring out ways to work together as a team. 

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Sadhguru’s 10 Practical Tips for Success

“With the source of creation ignited within you, you are a powerful source of creation...Now, visualize three things you want to accomplish: one, a short term vision, something you want to accomplish within the next two months; second, a mid term vision, something you want to accomplish in the next two to three years; and then a long term vision, something that you want as a life’s accomplishment. Now, visualize your first vision. Create a vivid positive image of your vision in your mind, and see it being accomplished...” – Meditation guided by Sadhguru