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    1. Exciting Future Ahead for United After Dragging a Bloodied Passenger Off a Plane

      Exciting Future Ahead for United After Dragging a Bloodied Passenger Off a Plane

      It’s proof that complicated problems don’t get easier with big company resources. We reached out to a range of experts to get a better sense of what might have gone wrong and why the public reaction to this incident has been so passionate. Their advice is a sobering reminder to companies of any size of how to keep priorities straight. 

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    2. When You Agree to a Networking Meeting But Don’t Know What You’re Going to Talk About

      When You Agree to a Networking Meeting But Don’t Know What You’re Going to Talk About

      For some networking meetings, the agenda is obvious: your companies are considering doing business together, or you’re looking for a job and this person might help you get one. But many professionals often find themselves in networking meetings where the goals are murkier. Perhaps a friend thought you’d hit it off and introduced you, or you met the person briefly at an event and they’re following up for indeterminate reasons. In some cases, you’ll want to decline the invitation.

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    3. Exactly How To Spend The Last Hour Of Your Workday

      Exactly How To Spend The Last Hour Of Your Workday

      It’s 4 p.m. and you’re having a hard time focusing. So you stare at your computer and click in and out of lots of tabs. But when you look up, you see it’s only 4:03 p.m. Then, you get a glass of water, which takes all of seven minutes. You’re not feeling inspired to tackle something important, but ducking out early—or sitting at your desk and twiddling your thumbs for 50 minutes—aren’t options either.

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    4. The One-Page Cheat Sheet To Your Most Productive 90 Days Ever

      The One-Page Cheat Sheet To Your Most Productive 90 Days Ever

      Dr. Challa wasn’t starving for opportunity, he was drowning in it. He was bright, confident, and empathetic. Not only did he have great bedside manners, but he was also a savvy entrepreneur who’d grown his medical practice to nine locations in five cities. But Challa’s ballooning options were starting to exceed his abilities to chase them all–not to mention his team’s.

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    5. Three Perfectly Legit Alibis For Avoiding Last-Minute Meetings

      Three Perfectly Legit Alibis For Avoiding Last-Minute Meetings

      A coworker sends you an email asking if you’re available for a 2:30 p.m. meeting, and your first thought is: How am I going to get out of this? You haven’t blocked out that time on your calendar, because technically you aren’t already committed to something else. However, you have a list of things planned for the afternoon, and no, a surprise meeting isn’t on it.

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    6. The Idiot's Guide To Networking, No Work Experience Required

      The Idiot's Guide To Networking, No Work Experience Required

      Long before you enter the workforce, you're told over and over again that you need to network. And for many years afterward, you're given loads of advice on how to schmooze tactfully, talk yourself up, meet VIPs, make introductions, and even make your way to the door when the time comes. But there's surprisingly little advice for people who may have cause to worry that they don't have anything to talk about.

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    7. Two Simple Steps To Sell Anybody On Your Vision

      Two Simple Steps To Sell Anybody On Your Vision

      Something needs to change, and you think you know how. In other words, you've got a vision, and now you just need to sell it to other people. To help you out, there are two basic facts of psychology you need to know. First, persuading anybody of anything means connecting with what matters to them already. And second, when it comes to what matters to people—in other words, what motivates them—most people fall along a spectrum.

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    8. 12 Powerful Posters Of Female Scientists That Every Classroom Needs

      12 Powerful Posters Of Female Scientists That Every Classroom Needs

      Maybe you named one, or two. Chances are you remembered Marie Curie, the famed two-time Nobel Laureate whose work led to the discovery of radioactivity. Yet there are hundreds of female scientists whose work has been foundational to science as we know it today—but many people don't know their names, their faces, or their achievements. The neuroscientist-turned-designer Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya is on a mission to change that.

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    9. The Neuroscience Of Music, Behavior, And Staying Sane In The Age Of Twitter

      When it comes to music and the human brain, Daniel Levitin's expertise is hard to top. The musician, professor, and neuroscientist quite literally wrote the book on the topic when he penned the 2006 bestseller This is Your Brain On Music. His most recent book The Organized Mind furthers his exploration into our brains with a focus on how information overload is affecting cognition and what we can do it about it.

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    10. This Entrepreneur Shares the Most Important Factor of Success

      Reed’s first project about being the chief technology officer of President Obama's second presidential campaign, was to create Modest, a platform designed to make mobile transactions simpler for online retailers.

      His goal was to help any company, no matter the size, seek out new customers and sell its products anywhere. “We wanted to give retailers access to compete,” explained Reed.

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    11. Two Simple Steps To Sell Anybody On Your Vision

      Two Simple Steps To Sell Anybody On Your Vision

      Something needs to change, and you think you know how. In other words, you've got a vision, and now you just need to sell it to other people. To help you out, there are two basic facts of psychology you need to know. First, persuading anybody of anything means connecting with what matters to them already. And second, when it comes to what matters to people—in other words, what motivates them—most people fall along a spectrum.

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    12. A Psychologist Finally Explains Why You Hate Teamwork So Much

      A Psychologist Finally Explains Why You Hate Teamwork So Much

      There's no way around it: Every significant human accomplishment is the result of coordinated group behavior—people working together to achieve a common goal. Of course, that reality doesn't change the fact that for lots of people, teamwork is like pulling teeth. Here's why, and what to do about it. Psychologists know there's a universal human need to belong to groups, but they also know that people aren't always predisposed to working well with each other.

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