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30 Behaviors That Will Make You Unstoppable

A lot of people are good at what they do. Some are even elite. A select few are completely unstoppable. Those who are unstoppable are in their own world. They don’t compete with anyone but themselves. You never know what they will do?—?only that you will be forced to respond. Show More Summary

The Three Things Best-In-Class Companies Are Doing Today To Advance Women

During the past month, I have been fortunate to attend a number of events focused on breakthrough initiatives companies are implementing to it advance women. The first was the 2017 Colloquium on Global Diversity with 50 major multinational...Show More Summary

Sea Ice, Nature, And The Trump Budget

Arctic sea ice reached its annual maximum extent on March 7, the lowest maximum in the 38-year satellite record, according to a new report by the National Snow and Ice Data Center. In other words, both winter and summer sea ice continue...Show More Summary

4 Things Great Leaders Do In the Face of Dissent

Risk-taking and innovation don't happen when people are discouraged from questioning the norm. Gaining buy-in for new initiatives is crucial to the success of any organization and the responsibility of every CEO. That's not the same as achieving universal agreement, however. Show More Summary

H1B Visas: Why They’re Broken And What We Can Do

This article originally appeared on Techonomy.com It looks like the Trump administration may further restrict work visas for technology workers by making changes to the H1B program. If it does, that will send the cost of such tech workers skyrocketing, since they are already in high demand. Show More Summary

I Shouldn't Have To 'Pass' On The Phone For You To Take Me Seriously

My name is Nicole Breedlove. My name is not necessarily a culturally specific name. When you speak to me, my voice doesn’t sound culturally specific either. In fact, my last employer told me that she did not know I was African American when she spoke with me. Show More Summary

Gender Diversity: Are We Asking The Right Questions?

By: Priya Jain The World Economic Forum’s 2016 Global Gender Gap report predicts that it will take approximately 158 years to achieve gender equity in America. In other words, a fair system won’t be in place for roughly four more generations of women. It’s not that society hasn’t been trying. Show More Summary

Is Well-Being The Missing Piece To Employee Engagement?

By Jason Lauritsen Early in my career I treated “work hard, play hard” like a divine mandate. My ambitions drove me to bust my tail at work. But, I also loved to party with my friends, which translated into late weeknights and lots of...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Is Inciting A New Culture Of Impunity Among American Businesses

One of the biggest impacts of Donald’s Trump’s election is not the direct damage he may do – but the cultural shift he has unleashed among American business leaders. Assaults on decency and health that would have been unthinkable a few...Show More Summary

Trump’s Budget Will Harm The Planet And The Economy

As expected, the war on science and the environment is underway. The president’s proposed budget is the starting point of a long process of negotiation, but between the Tea Party in the House and the ideologues in the Executive Branch, the news is bound to remain grim. Show More Summary

Why Smart People Don’t Multitask

You may have heard that multitasking is bad for you, but new studies show that it kills your performance and may even damage your brain. Every time you multitask you aren’t just harming your performance in the moment; you may very well...Show More Summary

Trump's Budget Endangers American Workers

After the president issued a budget last week slashing and burning environmental, labor and educational programs, the guy responsible for the thing, Mick Mulvaney, contended those financial massacres are the heart’s desire of the “steelworker...Show More Summary

The Deeply Disturbing Trump-Merkel Press Conference

Yesterday’s Trump-Merkel press conference was disturbing on several levels. Worst of all was the scene of a German Chancellor listening to an American president boast about how strong his military is, and how much stronger it soon will be. Show More Summary

Crackdown Needed On Airbnb And Uber Alike

In November 2013, I found out that a handful of my New York condo neighbors were renting out their units through Airbnb. This was unacceptable and I wrote an article in a major New York newspaper that helped fan a movement. We made presentations...Show More Summary

A Soul-Sick, 'Shock And Awe' Budget

Donald Trump released his 2018 budget blueprint this week. It was called, with typical Trumpian bombast, “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again.” It won’t make America great again. It reflects a hardness of the...Show More Summary

Trumpcare Raids Medicare To Enrich The Wealthy And Plant A Bomb

Trumpcare is Robin Hood in reverse. It robs from the elderly, people with disabilities, and poor children to give massive tax giveaways to millionaires and billionaires. Trumpcare slashes health-care spending by a whopping $1.2 trillion and tax revenues by an also whopping $883 billion. Show More Summary

The Dread Of Returning To The Health Insurance Bad Old Days

Even if you are fortunate enough to have employer-provided health care insurance or the means to purchase coverage, the promise of a return to free market flexibility should arouse dread. After all, the beneficiary of the flexibility...Show More Summary

Get Real About Paid Sick Days

Have you seen the contest floating around Facebook called “Sick Just Got Real”? You’re supposed to send in a selfie or YouTube video answering a question such as this: “What’s your first thought when you hear the kids cough?” Those who...Show More Summary

My Path To Understanding — And Owning — My Feminism

By: Madeline Kelley I grew up in what most people now refer to as a “blended family;” I have an older brother and an older stepbrother who are the same age, an older stepsister, and a stepsister who happens to be my same age. We’re basically...Show More Summary

GOP Health Bill Draws Opposition, Lifts Concerns About Health Care

The Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act has done more than generate a negative reaction. It has also boosted worries about health care to the point where it may soon rival jobs and the economy as the issue Americans...Show More Summary

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