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Nate Holzapfel: Every Relationship Counts

Connections are important, but how do you build them? How do you meet people that will help you get the most out of life, your career and your ambitions? Spouses, Employers, business partners and classmates all fall into our lives; these are the people that help define you.

George Hobica: TSA PreCheck Expanding, Breezes You Through Airport Security

Since 2001, multiple schemes have been floated to get passengers through lines at security and customs more quickly. Some were marginally successful, others failed, some...

Raymond J. Learsy: The Price of Oil: Speculation, Manipulation Or a Deeply Broken System

Much of this you may have read here before, but it worth repeating because the dramatic distortion in oil prices over the past weeks and...

Yogi Cameron Alborzian: Yoga: Liberation From the Body

If we remain attached to a certain style of yoga postures, we remain attached to the material aspect of our existence. When we're no longer attached to this aspect, we're able to use yoga for its intended purpose and live in a state of supreme joy as a result.

Sydney Levin: 'Real Housewives Of New Jersey' Recap: The Ultimate Backstabbing Friend

Kim D. and her posse of hags walk in and Rich motions for her to sit right down in the lion's den. "I heard about your little outing," Melissa tells her calmly. "[Jan] doesn't like you anymore, and I have not done anything wrong," Kim D. quickly says in defense of herself.

D. Robert Worley: Allies or Protectorates

Which security system should we rely on in the future -- a system of alliances or a system of protectorates? For reasons beyond my grasp, questions like this aren't asked of candidates for high office.

Laurie Gerber: Guess What Saved My Marriage?

I remember the day I realized I was selfish. It was a painful and slow process to get to that point. My coach had to work really hard with me about it. And I had to almost lose my marriage for it to sink in.

BurgerBusiness: McDonald's Offers One-Day-Only LTOs in Japan

In Japan, McDonald's is taking both the "limited-time offer" and "premium price" concepts to new extremes. The chain's "Quarter Pounder Jewelry" promotion is three gem-stone-themed...

Neha Lobana: Summer-Friendly Moisturizers

Summer is here and for some, that means finding a new skin care routine -- something lighter in weight that will also be compatible with the different temperatures experienced in the summer.

Robert Kuttner: Hero or Villain?

So is Edward Snowden a hero or a creepy betrayer? The fact that he is huddled in a Moscow airport waiting for some country to take him in lends credence to the betrayer view. Since September 11, 2001, a lot of queasy liberals have cut the U.S. Show More Summary

Bradley Foster: Border Defense for Personal Development

Takers can't take anything from us unless we give it to them. Having good boundaries is a balance of our needs and beliefs and what we can do to support the other person. We are authentic and genuine when we are in harmony with ourselves and the other's boundaries.

Lauren Taylor Shute: A Prescription for the Fear of Missing Out

I now understand that, even though it's incredibly dorky, sometimes it's okay to say no to brunch so that you can stay in, close the curtains, and pretend the world doesn't exist while you scrapbook.

Richard C. Senelick, M.D.: 5 Things Your Surgeon Forgets to Tell You

Going into surgery soon? Make sure you know about the "five little pearls" -- bits of practical wisdom that won't be in that fancy color pamphlet that the surgeon gives you or the packet of loose papers that the nurse shoves into your hands as you're hurried out the door after surgery.

Steve Mariotti: Interview With the Street Rapper Nazz

His sales manner was so confident and he had three people in his employ, so I was intrigued. Here was a young entrepreneurial artist who created four jobs.

Fueled: The Top 5 Music Apps for Offline Listening

Groove is like Apple's Genius on turbocharge. The app taps into users' iTunes collections to quickly and effortlessly create a variety of smart playlists and instant mixes.

David W. Peters: Why Fireworks Make Me Cry

The noises sound hostile and angry to me. I see arms and legs shattering the bodies of people I know in every red, white, and blue explosion. I don't try to hide from them, I just start to weep.

Leigh Steinberg: Dwight Howard Signing Changes Power Dynamic in NBA

My prediction was not based on any inside knowledge, but an understanding of how free agents think.

Diane Dimond: Murderabilia: Our Fascination With Serial Killers

Would you believe these collectors buy serial killer's autographed photos, artwork and handwritten letters sent to people outside prison walls? Even an envelope bearing a handwritten return address commands a pretty penny.

John Brown: Foreign Service Exam Question: What to Do With Edward Snowden on the Fourth of July in Moscow?

Good luck with your exam, but don't expect USG employment until you pass the security clearance!

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