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    1. Your Tech Addiction is Worse Than Heroin

      Your Tech Addiction is Worse Than Heroin

      Is the world more distracting? Sometimes it seems that way. With our devices perpetually buzzing, it seems that more events need our attention right away and more things try to entertain us while we're trying to focus. Distraction is hardly a digital phenomenon, though. More than 2,000 years ago, Socrates and Aristotle debated the nature of akrasia" (pronounced "uh-crazy-uh"), our tendency to act against our better judgement.

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    2. Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      You did everything right. You found the company you’ve always wanted to work for. The job was a perfect fit and you aced the interview. Finally, after a weeks-long hiring process and far too much waiting, an offer comes your way. You negotiate a great compensation package, take the gig, and start what you consider to basically be your dream job. Long story short, it isn't. For any number of reasons, the reality of your shitty position falls way short of your expectations.

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    3. Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      You did everything right. You found the company you’ve always wanted to work for. The job was a perfect fit and you aced the interview. Finally, after a weeks-long hiring process and far too much waiting, an offer comes your way. You negotiate a great compensation package, take the gig, and start what you consider to basically be your dream job. Long story short, it isn't. For any number of reasons, the reality of the position falls far short of your expectations.

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    4. Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      You did everything right. You found the company you’ve always wanted to work for. The job was a perfect fit and you aced the interview. Finally, after a weeks-long hiring process and far too much waiting, an offer comes your way. You negotiate a great compensation package, take the gig, and start what you consider to basically be your dream job. Long story short, it isn't. For any number of reasons, the reality of the position falls far short of your expectations.

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    5. Bleeding On The Job: A Menstruation Investigation

      Bleeding On The Job: A Menstruation Investigation

      Nancy Kramer, founder and CEO of the 330-person marketing agency Resource, was sitting in a swanky conference room in Silicon Valley with a potential client. She steeled herself in the moments before her presentation, ready to clinch a multi-million dollar deal. As negotiations heated up, she suddenly felt a trickle between her legs. She performed some mental calculations and realized that her period had arrived early.

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    6. Bleeding On The Job: A Menstruation Investigation

      Bleeding On The Job: A Menstruation Investigation

      Nancy Kramer, founder and CEO of the 330-person marketing agency Resource, was sitting in a swanky conference room in Silicon Valley with a potential client. She steeled herself in the moments before her presentation, ready to clinch a multi-million dollar deal. As negotiations heated up, she suddenly felt a trickle between her legs. She performed some mental calculations and realized that her period had arrived early.

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    7. Bleeding On The Job: A Menstruation Investigation

      Bleeding On The Job: A Menstruation Investigation

      Nancy Kramer, founder and CEO of the 330-person marketing agency Resource, was sitting in a swanky conference room in Silicon Valley with a potential client. She steeled herself in the moments before her presentation, ready to clinch a multi-million dollar deal. As negotiations heated up, she suddenly felt a trickle between her legs. She performed some mental calculations and realized that her period had arrived early.

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    8. This Routine Can Make Your Evening Less Stressful And The Next Day More Productive

      This Routine Can Make Your Evening Less Stressful And The Next Day More Productive

      One afternoon a few years ago, a colleague of mine who wasn't then a parent remarked how I must be counting the minutes until I left work and reunited with my young children. "That must be your favorite part of the day." I gave her a blank stare that may have cast doubt on my humanity. Since then, I’ve been conducting a straw poll, asking fellow parents at pick-up whether this is indeed the most arduous part of the day for them, too. Without exception or hesitation, they always say yes.

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    9. 25 Free Chrome Extensions To Make You An Incredibly Productive Person

      25 Free Chrome Extensions To Make You An Incredibly Productive Person

      Webster’s defines productivity as "the quality or state of being productive." Helpful, no? While sometimes it’s hard to actually define what it means to be productive, most of us know productivity when we see it and, better yet, when we feel it coursing through our own veins. Here’s a 25-strong list of extensions for Google’s Chrome browser that’ll have you feeling all tingly as you're tapping your way through a workday.

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    10. The First Four Things You Should Do Every Workday

      The First Four Things You Should Do Every Workday

      I recently got to work an hour early. I had one goal in mind: world-domination, early-morning productivity. I made coffee, opened my email inbox, and the next thing I knew . . . it was noon. Where did the day go? And, more importantly, why didn’t I get anything substantive done? Sure, I cleared out my inbox, but I didn’t tackle a thing on my to-do list. After my lackluster morning, I decided to do some research and really figure out the right way to spend the first hour of my workday.

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