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This Millennial is Changing Careers to Escape the Workaholic Lifestyle

This millennial left behind a blossoming career to lead trips in the wilderness. If your job leaves you stressed and exhausted, his story may inspire you to consider changing careers. The post This Millennial is Changing Careers to Escape the Workaholic Lifestyle appeared first on Brazen Life.

The value—and risk—of activism

Academics must manage involvement in social and political causes with care if they do not want to jeopardize their careers.

How a Canadian Woman is Standing Up for Her Rights After Mountie Confrontation

A woman from Kelowna, Canada identified as Susan Rowbottom isn’t afraid to fight for what she thinks is right. This single mother said that she was at a beach with a friend when a Mountie confronted her and said for … More » The post How a Canadian Woman is Standing Up for Her Rights After Mountie Confrontation appeared first on EveryJoe.

Morning: Meetings and More

Up early. Preparing for morning meetings. A crew is working in my back yard. My dog is barking. Emails drift in on another meeting. [A friend asks if I'm going to be a member of a "cabal." Love the humor.] Am fashioning some marketing items and preparing the roll-out of an online class. Show More Summary

The Iran Deal

The Atlantic: Leon Wieseltier on "The Iran Deal and the Rut of History." The Atlantic: Peter Beinart, David Frum, and Jeffrey Goldberg discuss the Iran deal. The Weekly Standard: David Adesnik gives an alternative. The Washington Post: Charles Krauthammer on "Worse Than We Could Have Imagined."

A Man and His Bees

Cultural Offering points to an interesting profile of the man who started Burt's Bees.

An Artificially Intelligent Attorney?

FutureLawyer discusses "ROSS." I was about to say that an AI attorney might be able to handle the checkers, but not the chess, aspects of practicing law but what about Deep Blue?

Quote of the Day

No good deed goes unpunished. - Claire Boothe Luce

Answering, ‘Do You Have A Minute?’ When You Really Don’t

You’re working hard on a project with a deadline, when a co-worker asks, “Do you have a minute?” Here's how to answer when you don't have the time to spare. The post Answering, ‘Do You Have A Minute?’ When You Really Don’t appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

6 Little Ways To Make Your Boss Adore You RIGHT NOW

There are ways to make your boss love you that have nothing to do with kissing her behind. Here is a no-brownnosing guide to making her adore you. 1. Be good at your job. This should be a given, but … More » 6 Little Ways To Make Your...Show More Summary

Who Gets the Bread First?

Peter Post explains what to do when bread first arrives at a business dinner table; who gets it first; what is the best way to pass food around a table, and why do we "leave left" and "remove right?"

People Artists Coming in October: Catch the Fire

People Artists: Drawing Out the Best in Others at Work will be released this October. Peter W. Hart and I will be releasing our new book on People Artists in October. The picture in this post, painted by Peter, was used for our cover. Watch for updates, ideas you can use, and other material as we […]

Think Salaries Are Confidential? Google Found Out They Aren’t

American culture says that salary information is confidential; 43 percent of married couples couldn’t correctly name their spouse’s salary. Some were off by as much as $25,000. We don’t talk about salaries with our friends and family, and we certainly don’t talk about them with our co-workers. Leaving a list of salaries on the copy […]

Monitors: Does Size Matter?

I have been using the 24? desktop monitor I’m currently typing on for what feels like forever. It’s connected to my laptop because that screen is really small. Most of the time, it works just fine for my needs. But...

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