Tue.Jul 20, 2021

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

Ideas.Ted

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

Low Pay, No Benefits, Rude Customers: Restaurant Workers Quit At Record Rate

NPR Technology

Average wages for nonmanagers at restaurants and bars hit $15 an hour in May, but many say no amount of pay would get them to return. They are leaving at the highest rate in decades. Image credit: Courtesy of Lamar Cornett

4 Smart Money Moves to Plan for Financial Security

Success

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

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

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U.S. Life Expectancy Fell By 1.5 Years In 2020, The Biggest Drop Since WWII

NPR Technology

The CDC says COVID-19 was the largest factor, along with drug overdoses, homicides, diabetes and chronic liver disease. The decline was even greater for Hispanic men than other groups. Image credit: Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images

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Elon Musk Quietly Wished Jeff Bezos Good Luck Ahead of Space Flight

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Musk unsurprisingly took to Twitter ahead of Bezos' flight -- but it wasn't to cause a stir. News and Trends

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India's Pandemic Death Toll Estimated At About 4 Million: 10 Times The Official Count

NPR Technology

That's the number of "excess deaths" from January 2020 to June 2021, reflecting the true toll of COVID-19, say researchers in a new study. What the big disparity? Image credit: Anupam Nath/AP

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Indiana University Can Require COVID Vaccines for Students, Rules Federal Judge

Entrepreneur.com

Eight students sued the school in June, claiming the mandate violates their 14th Amendment rights of personal autonomy and bodily integrity. News and Trends

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Americans Will Soon Be Able To Go To Their 2nd Most Popular Travel Destination

NPR Technology

After 16 months of closure, the Canadian government announced that vaccinated Americans will be able to travel north of the border, starting Aug. Image credit: Elaine Thompson/AP

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Crypto Expert Weighs in on Plummeting Bitcoin Valuation, $89 Billion Crypto Market Loss: 'Any effort to innovate has volatility'

Entrepreneur.com

Bitcoin fell below $30,000 for the first time since the end of June, wiping around $89 billion from the cryptocurrency market in the process. . News and Trends

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Bezos Landed, Thanked Amazon Workers And Shoppers For Paying, Gave Away $200 Million

NPR Technology

Jeff Bezos gave $100 million each in "courage and civility awards" to CNN's Van Jones and chef José Andrés. Image credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

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How AI and IoT are Transforming Transport Management

Entrepreneur.com

AI-powered IoT systems provide predictive analytics, playing a crucial role in running businesses more efficiently. Technology Innovation

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The Life Cycle Of A COVID-19 Vaccine Lie

NPR Technology

Where do myths about coronavirus vaccines come from and why do they spread? NPR takes a look at how rumors about vaccines and fertility reached the public earlier this year. Image credit: Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times via Getty Imag

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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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Haiti's Slain President Presided Over The Collapse Of Security In His Country

NPR Technology

With gangs controlling the most destitute areas of the capital, Port-au-Prince, Haitians say the country's greatest need is safety. Many blame Jovenel Moïse for the collapse of law and order. Image credit: Jason Beaubien/NPR

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How to Pick the Right Networking Events to Attend

Entrepreneur.com

Here's how to make the most of your time and build up your business. Growth Strategies

A Couple Is Charged In A Deadly Fire Sparked By Their Gender Reveal

NPR Technology

The man and woman were charged with involuntary manslaughter because the El Dorado Fire killed a firefighter, San Bernardino, Calif., authorities said. Image credit: Terry Pierson/The Orange County Register via AP

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Beach Handball Players Fined For Not Wearing Bikini Bottoms—Here’s Why The Uniform Matters

Forbes Leadership

Norway’s women’s beach handball team was fined by the European Handball Federation on Monday, because players wore shorts, and not the required bikini bottoms. Careers /careers Leadership /leadership Careers /careers ForbesWomen /forbeswomen leadership careers

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COVID Warnings From Washington Rise With The Uptick In Cases Around The Country

NPR Technology

While the push to vaccinate and protect people from severe illness continues, the White House and Congress are seeing mild cases among vaccinated people. Image credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

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Eric Porres Builds Meeting Science To Make Meetings More Productive

Forbes Leadership

Eric Porres is the founder and CEO of Meeting Science, a cloud-based application that helps organisations identify the true cost, value, and impact of meetings, and how to improve them.

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Why Indie Brands Are At War With Shein And Other Fast Fashion Companies

NPR Technology

The fast-fashion giant is facing growing criticism from customers and independent designers, who say the brand has made it big by copying designs from small businesses. Image credit: Katja Knupper/Die Fotowerft/DeFodi Images via Getty Images

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Free Webinar | August 10: How to Implement Mental Health & Wellness in the Workplace

Entrepreneur.com

Discover how to become a better leader in the workplace and be more mindful of your employees' mental health when you join us for this webinar with industry expert Cece Morken of Headspace. Prepare to Succeed

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'Who Wants A Skittle?' And Other Things Overheard On Jeff Bezos' Trip To Space

NPR Technology

From, "Woo-hoo!" to "Who wants a Skittle?" here's what Jeff Bezos and his crew said on their 10-minute Blue Origin flight to the edge of space. Image credit: Tony Gutierrez/AP

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Will Ethereum's Co-Founder Leave the Crypto World? This is what we know

Entrepreneur.com

According to Bloomberg, the businessman will once again focus on philanthropy and other companies that are not related to crypto assets. cryptocurrencies

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Toyota And Other Big Olympics Sponsors Are Downplaying Their Ties To The Games

NPR Technology

Companies that spent big to back the Tokyo Olympics are scaling back their associations with the Games, which are unpopular among many Japanese people. Image credit: Noriko Hayashi/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Why Netflix is getting into games

Vox Open Sourced

Netflix’s Stranger Things | Netflix. It thinks you’ll watch Stranger Things and then play Stranger Things , the game. Netflix started out shipping DVDs to customers through the mail. Then it started streaming other people’s movies and TV shows. Then it started making its own movies and TV shows.

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Monster Wildfire Shows Benefit Of Years Of Forest Management Efforts

NPR Technology

Firefighters in Oregon said flames jumped less from treetop to treetop and instead returned to the ground, where they were easier to fight, moved more slowly and did less damage to the overall forest. Image credit: Bootleg Fire Incident Command via AP

America needs to talk about miscarriage

Vox Open Sourced

Getty Images/iStockphoto. The experience is incredibly common. It’s time to lift the stigma. When Sen. Tammy Duckworth had a miscarriage, she was worried it was her fault.

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Liftoff! Jeff Bezos And Three Crewmates Travel To Space And Back In Under 15 Minutes

NPR Technology

The Amazon founder became the second billionaire this month to reach the edge of space — following Richard Branson, who rocketed there aboard a vessel made by his company Virgin Galactic. Image credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

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2 Important Rules for Attracting Wealthy Clients

Success

Go with me here: You’re a salesperson. You could be selling anything: real estate, cars, vacuum cleaners, watches, timeshares, ideas, projects, anything. For our purposes let’s say it’s watches.

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In The U.S., Google Searches For 'Dating' Have Reached A 5-Year High

NPR Technology

Searches for 'dating apps for older people," "top dating apps 2021," and "virtual first date ideas" have also all seen a significant spike. Image credit: Leon Neal/Getty Images

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Why Even the Most Successful People Can Benefit from a Business Coach

Success

Anyone who is skeptical about the potential benefits of having a business coach should look at athletics. The greatest athletes in the world all have coaches. They know that no matter their level of talent, there are always areas for improvement.

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Jeff Bezos And Blue Origin Will Try To Travel Deeper Into Space Than Richard Branson

NPR Technology

The founder of Amazon, who stepped down as CEO earlier this month, is scheduled to lift off early Tuesday with three crewmates on the maiden flight of Blue Origin's New Shepard launch vehicle. Image credit: Sean Murphy/AP

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