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    1. The Recruiter Called Me -- Then Demanded I 'Sell Her' On Myself

      The Recruiter Called Me -- Then Demanded I 'Sell Her' On Myself

      We set up a time to talk and she called me. Right away she said, “So, let’s talk about you — what makes you a great candidate?” I said “Hold on, you called me — did you have a position you wanted to tell me about?” She said “I have lots of them! Right now I want to hear about you.” She was not hostile at all. She was bouncy and free-wheeling.

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    2. We Overcommit Because We Don’t Want to Disappoint. But Then We Disappoint Because We’re Overcommitted

      We Overcommit Because We Don’t Want to Disappoint. But Then We Disappoint Because We’re Overcommitted

      We live in a culture of “yes.” We don’t want to disappoint our bosses, colleagues, families, or friends, so we say “yes” as often as we can manage. But when we overcommit ourselves, we spend our time checking things off a list rather than actually creating value. Without the ability to say “no” to low-level tasks in order to say “yes” to groundbreaking ones, people stop innovating.

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      Mentions: Steve Jobs
    3. Can A Chatbot Be A Good Therapist? This Scientist-Founded Startup Says Yes

      Can A Chatbot Be A Good Therapist? This Scientist-Founded Startup Says Yes

      There are quite a few applications that aim to help users manage their mental state, from meditation apps to more therapeutic platforms like Joyable. However, many apps have little scientific research supporting them–much less randomized controlled trials that test their efficacy. But a new Facebook Messenger chatbot called Woebot, which tries to help people with depression and other mental disorders through education and mood tracking, has some research cred to back it up.

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    4. Entrepreneur Journey - Tips for Being Better Without Being Bitter

      Entrepreneur Journey - Tips for Being Better Without Being Bitter

      As a serial entrepreneur, I get the question a lot on how I got through not only one company but multiple. Did I have great mentors? Did I learn from someone? Did I learn in school? I think most entrepreneurs have different journeys of how they got to where they are today and what inspired them. What makes us all unique is we have our own stories, our own journeys, and our own reasons that drive us. What we do all have in common is the determination to succeed.

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      Mentions: Cnbc
    5. Looking Back: 7 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self

      Looking Back: 7 Things I Would Tell My Younger Self

      When I was first starting out in real estate, I had a lot of passion, and I thought I knew what I was doing. But let’s face it, I was bound to make some mistakes along the way. But the great thing about mistakes is that when you learn from them, you gain some measure of wisdom. Now, some 20 years later, I still have that passion and drive, but there’s a thing or two I’d definitely tell my younger self. If only he’d listen.

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    6. Why Problem Solvers, Not Whiners, Always Win in Business

      Why Problem Solvers, Not Whiners, Always Win in Business

      The following excerpt is from Jill Schiefelbein’s book Dynamic Communication. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes Nobody likes complainers -- the people who always have something negative to say. And in the workplace, constant complaints have negative consequences that reach into multiple areas of productivity, camaraderie, leadership and culture. One bad apple can spoil the whole bunch.

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