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4 Fighting Spirit Takeaways From a 2000-year-old Statue To Win At Life

Dumb Little Man

No matter how humans have evolved, there is a fighter within everyone. We all have personal battles to take, directly correlated with the quality of our lives. Although there is a different arena for everyone, some ethos and codes apply in most cases and battles.

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Combo Social Club/Coworking Space Soho House Went Public

Small Business Labs

The high-end combo social club/coworking space Soho House went public last week   under the name Membership Collective Group (ticker symbol MCG). Soho House is targeted mostly at creative professionals and has 30 current locations across the globe. 

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Moxie Tip #3: Being Away

Virtual Moxie

It’s important to have high standards around how you’ll handle times when you simply cannot work, whether that’s due to vacation, illness, or just a personal day. When deciding, think about the distinction between the words “depended on,” and “dependent on.”

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Time Management Self-Assessment: Rate Your Skills!

Eat Your Career

I am a big believer in the power of self-awareness. All growth starts with understanding where you currently are. I am also passionate about all things related to time management. Recently, I wanted to assess my own skills in this area, so I did a personal inventory.

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Handling Inputs With Getting Household Things Done

Simple Productivity Blog

One of the weak spots of the Getting Things Done process is that it doesn't deal well with household and family type items. This article is the second in a series to show how you can create a system for Getting Household Things Done.

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Six Poultry Workers Died From A Nitrogen Leak. OSHA Has Issued $1 Million In Fines

NPR Technology

Six workers died when a freezer malfunctioned at the Foundation Food Group's poultry plant in Gainesville, Ga., in January. OSHA cited the company and three others for failing to ensure worker safety. Image credit: Elijah Nouvelage/AFP via Getty Images

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Most Common Reasons Why Men Lose Their Hair

Dumb Little Man

Picture: Andrea Piaqcuadio . Research suggests that over half of men start showing signs of hair loss by the age of 50. By the time they turn 70, four in five will have lost at least some hair.

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The jaw-droppingly high, out-of-this-world carbon footprint of space tourism


The commercial race to get tourists to space is heating up between Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson and former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

It's Time to Upgrade U.S. Economic and Labor Statistics

Small Business Labs

Sometimes we post articles on topics few people are interested in.    This is such an article.      But you should be interested because the economic and labor data collected by government agencies no longer provide the information we need to properly understand and manage the U.S. economy. Over the past week several sources explained the problems with government data collection efforts and made suggestions on how to improve them.

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China Has Rejected A WHO Plan For Further Investigation Into The Origins Of COVID-19

NPR Technology

Chinese officials say they cannot support a second phase of a study into the origins of the pandemic, including new investigation into the theory that the virus might have leaked from a Chinese lab. Image credit: Laurent Gillieron/AP

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Your Money Should Work for You – Not Against You

Dumb Little Man

Your Money Should Work for You –Not Against You. “We We must develop an absolute priority of humans ahead of profit — any humans ahead of any profit. Then we will survive.” Frank Herbert. Is your money doing its best for you? We expect our money to be loyal, especially when we send it to work for us.

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Vegan Leather Is the Next Big Thing &#8212 and Sylven New York Is at the Forefront

Sylven is pioneering a vegan leather that could take the industry by storm. leather

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4 Smart Money Moves to Plan for Financial Security


It’s easy to put off important tasks and say you’ll do them some other day. We all do it, from waiting to wash laundry until there’s no clean underwear in sight to going to the grocery store only after the fridge is empty and you’ve ordered takeout three nights in a row.

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Tips for Women Re-entering the Workplace

On The Job

Traditionally, employment gaps on resumes have been a source of concern to hiring managers. Some recruiters assumed that people with resume gaps might be bad employees or undesirable — and therefore unhireable — for some other reason.

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CIA Director Says He Is Escalating Efforts To Solve 'Havana Syndrome' Mystery

NPR Technology

In an NPR interview, William Burns says he has appointed a senior officer who led the hunt for Osama bin Laden to head the investigation into ailments that afflicted U.S. officials around the world. Image credit: Ian Morton/NPR

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5 Tips on How to Do Video Marketing for Your Business?

Dumb Little Man

Video content has become a phenomenon in all social media platforms and other public forums, helping every individual and company to sustain their business in the digital world. The conventional marketing methods have become less effective when compared to the current video marketing strategy.

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Stop Making Ads. Start Making Entertainment.

Audience entertainment should always be the main goal of any sales pitch. Advertising

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Jane Goodall reveals what studying chimpanzees teaches us about human nature

Vox Open Sourced

British primatologist Jane Goodall at the chimpanzee enclosure at Australia’s Taronga Zoo in 2014. Jeremy Piper/Newspix/Getty Images. The renowned primatologist wants us to remember that humans aren’t so exceptional — we’re animals, too.

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9 Tips for Overcoming Setbacks from 9 Resilient Entrepreneurs


Remember the lows don’t last. As an entrepreneur, there are always setbacks and challenges. I try to remember the lows don’t last (and neither do the highs). Dealing with both is part of the journey and what makes growing a company so exciting. .

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The Delta Variant Will Drive A Steep Rise In U.S. COVID Deaths, A New Model Shows

NPR Technology

New estimates show the U.S. is on track to see a big rise in cases and more than triple the number of deaths by October. Image credit: Hyoung Chang/MediaNews Group/Denver Post via Getty Images

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5 Essential Items Every New Dog Owner Needs

Dumb Little Man

If you’ve finally decided it is time to get a dog, perhaps this is something you’ve been planning for a long time, or maybe you’ve fallen in love with a dog unexpectedly during lockdown.

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Why Digital Freelancing is the Future of Work

The way people work has changed. Starting a Business

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Here’s how hard it is to vote in Texas

Vox Open Sourced

SDI Productions/Getty Images. Three voters explain what it takes for them to cast a ballot in a state where Republican lawmakers want to adopt even stronger restrictions.

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How every child can thrive by five | Molly Wright

TED Talks

"What if I was to tell you that a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?" asks seven-year-old Molly Wright, one of the youngest-ever TED speakers.

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Public Health Experts Call On CDC To Endorse Masking Indoors

NPR Technology

The agency argues that vaccinated people are safe without masks. But the guidance leaves room for plenty of unvaccinated people to mingle dangerously, and many argue this is fueling case surges. Image credit: PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images

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Top 6 Psychological Insights That Boost Productivity At The Workplace

Dumb Little Man

There are various things that an organization is concerned about in running the business successfully. And one of the most predominant ones is the productivity of the employees, because many other aspects are dependent on it.

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"Creepy" Video of Robots Dancing Causes Internet Frenzy -- And Even Elon Musk is Weighing In

A new video of a dancing robot by Boston Dynamics went viral on Twitter this week. News and Trends

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Welcome to the age of billionaire joy rides to space

Vox Open Sourced

Blue Origin is launching its first flight with humans, including Jeff Bezos, aboard. Blue Origin. Today, Blue Origin is launching its first flight with humans aboard, including billionaire Jeff Bezos. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is flying straight to the border of space.

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Weekend Poll: How cybersecurity aware you in 2021?

Exceptional EA

It was while supporting a board of directors and its committees that I first began paying serious attention to cybersecurity.

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Beneath Istanbul, Archaeologists Explore An Ancient City's Byzantine Basements

NPR Technology

Below the surface of the sprawling, modern metropolis is a different world. Archaeologists are gaining insights into the city's ancient past by examining the basements of ordinary buildings. Image credit: Nicole Tung/NPR

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Why AI Is Pushing Marketing Professionals To Reinvent Themselves

Forbes Leadership

Raj Venkatesan, co-author of “The AI Marketing Canvas: A Five-Stage Road Map to Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Marketing," shares insight on how marketers must upskill to address the changing marketing landscape.

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Jeff Bezos Thanks Amazon Employees After Space Flight: "You guys paid for this"

"My expectations were high and they were dramatically exceeded.". News and Trends

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Lessons from Indigenous firefighters on the front lines of Western wildfires

Vox Open Sourced

Brady Highway, a member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada, assists on a prescribed burn in 2012. Shanon Bond/Parks Canada. First Nations bring generations of knowledge to the fight against climate-fueled blazes.

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10 Obstacles Every Startup Must Overcome to Be Successful


The odds of survival for a startup are daunting at best. Nine out of 10 startups fail in their first year. Failure is so common, in fact, that many entrepreneurs have taken to penning failure post-mortems to determine where things went wrong, in the hopes that others will learn from their mistakes.

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Deaf-Blind Athlete Quits Team USA After She's Told She Can't Bring A Care Assistant

NPR Technology

Becca Meyers is a star for the U.S. Paralympic swim team. But she won't be in Tokyo, after being told her mother, who acts as her personal care assistant, can't join her. Image credit: Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Women's Sports Foundation

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6 Ways To Reduce Stress At Work

Forbes Leadership

While it may not be possible to eliminate stress completely, there are ways to manage and mitigate it. ForbesWomen /forbeswomen Leadership /leadership ForbesWomen /forbeswomen Entrepreneurs /entrepreneurs leadership Leadership

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