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    1. How This Workaholic Entrepreneur Learned to Focus on Quality Rather Than Quantity - Nav (blog)

      How This Workaholic Entrepreneur Learned to Focus on Quality Rather Than Quantity - Nav (blog)

      Kristin Marquet is the founder and creative director of Creative Development Agency, a small public relations firm based in New York City. The business works with fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands to build their sales funnel via influencer ...

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      Mentions: New York London Paris
    2. 11 Email Productivity Hacks You Never Knew About

      11 Email Productivity Hacks You Never Knew About

      If you've ever worked for an enterprise-sized organization or an established business, you've likely encountered Microsoft Outlook. This quintessential email experience has remained king in the business world for a long-time, especially since it is typically bundled with other Microsoft Office applications. While it is a robust solution, it isn't always the easiest to navigate quickly and efficiently.

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      Mentions: Microsoft Office
    3. How Houston’s Urban Planning Made A Catastrophic Storm Even Worse

      How Houston’s Urban Planning Made A Catastrophic Storm Even Worse

      Hurricane Harvey, the strongest hurricane to hit the United States in a decade, pummeled the coast of Texas this weekend. Thirty inches of rain has fallen in the Houston area, and flood waters have inundated the city and surrounding suburbs. Conditions are only expected to worsen over the next few days . The storm itself is unprecedented, and humans contributed to its severity–not only through climate change but the way the region was developed.

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    4. How Houston Can Become More Resilient To Future Floods

      How Houston Can Become More Resilient To Future Floods

      Smaller but still damaging floods are even more frequent. Some amount of flooding is unavoidable in the low-lying city. But urban planners and designers say future storms that are likely to continue to become more common and more intense because of climate change, and that Houston–and any city with a risk of flooding–has a choice: It can continue dealing with catastrophic flooding or accept that they floods will continue and redesign so that it is resilient to them.

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    5. Cold Beer, Strollers, and Craft Draft Hipsters – What’s not to love?

      Cold Beer, Strollers, and Craft Draft Hipsters – What’s not to love?

      Cold Beer, Strollers, and Craft Draft Hipsters – What’s not to love? written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing

      Today I’m thrilled to share the story of my long-time friend and Kansas Citian John Couture who is the founder of the Bier Station, as a part of the “Amex Welcomed” program with @americanexpress, which is showcasing the people behind our favorite local businesses that welcome Amex.

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    6. Want To Be The Next Uber, Lyft, or Facebook? You Might Be More Successful Trying To Be This Instead

      Want To Be The Next Uber, Lyft, or Facebook? You Might Be More Successful Trying To Be This Instead

      As entrepreneurs, we tend to think that the only way to succeed is to be first. So much emphasis is placed on first-mover advantage--which means being the first company to establish significant market share in an emerging industry. But the truth is (and there is plenty of data to support this), being a first-mover often times welcomes much more risk than if you were to play the less celebrated but better positioned role of "second-mover pioneer."

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      Mentions: IBM Apple Inc.
    7. These drone videos over Houston show Harvey’s devastating floods: “Beyond anything experienced”

      These drone videos over Houston show Harvey’s devastating floods: “Beyond anything experienced”

      The Category 4 hurricane that barreled into Texas late Friday—the first to hit the state since 1961—is “a landmark event,” said Brock Long, the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, who predicted that his agency would have to be involved for years to deal with Harvey’s catastrophic aftermath.

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    8. Five Simple Tips For Building A More Emotionally Intelligent Team

      Five Simple Tips For Building A More Emotionally Intelligent Team

      Getting smart people into your company is hard enough. Turning them all into great collaborators and risk-takers is even harder. Even on the most high-performing teams, coworkers don’t just openly share feedback and challenge each others’ ideas all on their own–managers need to create a culture that encourages this. And that usually requires building your team’s collective emotional intelligence. Here are a few straightforward (and entirely low-tech ways) to get started.

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      Mentions: Google
    9. From Katrina To Harvey: How Disaster Relief Is Evolving With Technology

      From Katrina To Harvey: How Disaster Relief Is Evolving With Technology

      As Hurricane Harvey pelted the southern coast of Texas, a local open-data resource helped provide accurate and up-to-date information to the state’s residents. Inside Harris County’s intricate bayou system–intended to both collect water and effectively drain it–gauges were installed to sense when water is overflowing. The sensors transmit the data to a website, which has become a vital go-to for Houston residents.

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      Mentions: Texas Fema Houston
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