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Here’s Why Leaders Love Reading

Have you ever wondered why there are so many common traits between great leaders? Well, maybe a lot of them read the same books.

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Heat Surrounds Us; Some Less Well-Known Consequences and Some Uncommon Solutions

No doubt about it: we are experiencing a serious heat wave across America. Millions of people in our nation are living with record temperatures. And heat at this level is dangerous to humans.

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Learning in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

If we look behind us, we can see three industrial revolutions that have occurred over the last 150 years with another right on the horizon as you can see in the figure below from Heather McGowan's The Hard Truth About Lost Jobs: It's Not About Immigration.

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Why You Need To Create A Content Publishing Division For Your Company

I cite the work of Gary Vaynerchuk often in my writing and this piece is no exception. I have been paying attention to the business moves he has been making over the last few years, and while there are a lot, two have my focused attention. The acquisition of a content publisher called PureWow, and most recently the creation of a men’s content brand called One37pm.

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5 Ways to Achieve Anything You Want in Life

We all have dreams. For some, it could be to launch a business and for others, it might be becoming a renowned sportsperson. Whatever your dream is, the good news is that you can achieve it and make it a reality.

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Manage Your Energy for a Better Work Life

It doesn’t matter how much time you are giving to a particular activity, if you are doing it all tired, and exhausted you will never be able to achieve the goals.

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When did Information Transmission become the Primary Goal of Education?

A century and a half ago a Western education was not considered complete without a trip to the capitals of Europe. Now, if a parent in the UK takes their children out of school to visit a European capital they face a stiff fine for breaking the law. How did this happen?