Sat.Jul 24, 2021

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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A Dutch Rower Competed At The Olympics, Then Tested Positive For Coronavirus

NPR Technology

Dutch rower Finn Florijn had already raced and was scheduled to compete again on Saturday when his positive test came back. Now it's over in an instant," he said. Image credit: David J. Phillip/AP

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3 Breakout Stocks to Buy Now

Entrepreneur.com

Are you sold on why buying breakouts can be such a profitable strategy? If so, keep reading on for a brief overview of 3 breakout stocks to buy now. Finance

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Teens Asked, We Answered: The Truth About COVID-19 Vaccines

NPR Technology

Nope they won't put a microchip in you. And the side effects usually aren't that bad. And if you want to get your HPV shot at the same time, that totally works. Read on for these and more answers. Image credit: Paige Vickers for NPR

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Every Entrepreneur Should Know How to Use Facebook Ads

Entrepreneur.com

Learn how Facebook Ads can help your business grow. Facebook Ads

Novak Djokovic Could Close In On A Historic 'Golden Slam' At The Olympics

NPR Technology

The Serbian tennis star is aiming for a "golden slam" – meaning winning all four major tournaments and an Olympic gold medal in a single year. No male tennis player has ever done it. Image credit: Patrick Semansky/AP

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Three Reasons Why It's Never Too Early to Invest in HR

Entrepreneur.com

Many startups and small businesses view human resources as an unavoidable cost center rather than a strategic contributor to their success. Here's why investing in HR sooner rather than later can pay dividends in the long run. Growth Strategies

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How to Keep Your Most Valued Employees During "The Great Resignation"

Entrepreneur.com

Companies that keep the best people on their team know that every employee's healthy work-life balance is different. Prepare to Succeed

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Anti-abortion lawyers are finally being honest about what they want from the Supreme Court

Vox Open Sourced

Susan Collins (R-ME) meets with then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in her office on Capitol Hill on August 21, 2018. Zach Gibson/Getty Images. For decades, abortion opponents urged the Court to lie about abortion restrictions. They don’t need to anymore.

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Is Your Brand Ready for Public Relations and Press?

Entrepreneur.com

A well-strategized PR campaign can boost your business, but you need to know if you're ready for it, and you need to be prepared to be part of the process. . Growth Strategies

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Gymnastics still hasn’t fully reckoned with its abuse problem

Vox Open Sourced

An athlete trains on balance beam ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on July 22, 2021. Patrick Smith/Getty Images. Allegations of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse go way beyond Larry Nassar.

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Permanent Residents Who Left The U.S. During The Pandemic Worry They Can't Come Home

NPR Technology

Many green card holders are still stuck outside of the country, worried about returning to their lives in the U.S. because of broad disruptions to the immigration system during the pandemic. Image credit: Jefferson Pitcher/Keri Smith

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Do Electric Scooters Grow On The Streets?

Brilliantly Better

I work from coffee shops for more than a decade, and during the last 2-3 years something changed about that. It’s not specifically about coffee shops, as it is more about my way there. Something new appeared on the sidewalks.

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Opinion: Pandemic Memories Will Stay With Our Children

NPR Technology

NPR's Scott Simon remarks on the continuing pandemic and how today's children might remember this time decades from now. Image credit: Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images

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Does Congress know what it would take to stop the next pandemic?

Vox Open Sourced

President Joe Biden tours the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. Eric Baradat/AFP/Getty Images. Why America can’t allow pandemic preparedness funding to fall prey to short-term thinking. In the US, pandemic preparedness has long been neglected among national security concerns.

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Teen Girl Leaders In A Pandemic: Fight For What's Right, Then Groove To BTS

NPR Technology

Four attendees of the Girl Up Leadership Summit share how they balance their passion for social justice issues with self-care: tuning out the news, going for a walk and binging Harry Potter. Image credit: Giovanna Basso, Mofiyin Onanuga, Emma Fetzer, Joanne Lee

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How To Get Hired For A Job That Isn’t A Perfect Match

Forbes Leadership

If you see a job posting where you match only some qualifications, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply. Job postings are often inaccurate. That said, too many candidates apply for jobs where they have no relevant experience. How do you know if you’re stretching or delusional?

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Viva Las Vegas! The City's $2 Billion Wedding Industry Is Back

NPR Technology

In June, about 340 couples a day were getting hitched in Sin City, a rate higher than even before the pandemic. Image credit: Nate Hegyi/Mountain West News Bureau

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Work Still Required To Root Out Discrimination From Football

Forbes Leadership

Racism in football has reared its ugly head in the wake of the Euro 2020 football tournament, but behind the headlines, research reveals how much work is still required to ensure equality in the sport.

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'Rebel' Skateboarding Is Ready For Its Olympic Debut in Tokyo

NPR Technology

Skateboarding is one of four new sports added to the Olympics this year. For skateboarders who have long loved their rebel status, performing in the mainstream Olympics is just a bit different. Image credit: Charlie Neibergall/AP

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There’s No Growth Without Health: Employee Wellbeing Is Non-Negotiable

Forbes Leadership

It took a pandemic for personalized health and well-being to start to sink in for both employers and their employees. It took a pandemic to drive home the point that the systems and models we built during the age of standardization are no longer relevant in today’s age of personalization.