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Dr. Gabor Maté — New Paradigms, Ayahuasca, and Redefining Addiction

“Trauma isn’t what happens to you, it’s what happens inside you.”  – Gabor Maté Dr. Gabor Maté (@drmate) is a physician who specializes in neurology, psychiatry, and psychology. He’s well known for studying and treating addiction. Dr. Maté has written several books, including the award-winning In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction. […]

Embrace the Boredom

It is likely that some many of the most important things you do this day or this week will be boring. You won't be following a dream or indulging in a passion. You will be doing something that needs to be done. And your ability to do that will determine whether or not you can eventually follow a dream or indulge in a passion.

Career Zingers #17: Be Ignorant

Ignorance is essential for authentic career development Ignorance means not knowing. Stupidity is thinking you know when you don’t. Often in career development we seek out experts, coaches, authors, and counsellors to tell us what we should be doing. We can learn from others but deep and authentic learning can occur if we are willing  to […]

Your City or County Probably Doesn't Break Even On Amazon Distribution Center Jobs...

With all the talk about Amazons's 2nd Headquarters campaign and where that project will land, it seems appropriate to examine the economic impact of the less lofty Amazon distribution center. These smaller projects from Amazon are often highly contested, with...

Novels for Leaders

Tolstoy's classic is one which, because of its size, many people plan to read someday, perhaps, when they get around to it. Don't procrastinate. Although the depiction of General Kutuzov's strategy against the invading Napoleon is valuable in itself, the real value for leaders (and anyone for that matter) will be found in the novel's sharp insights on human nature.

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All my best thoughts were stolen by the ancients. - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Major General Grant My dear General I do not remember that you and I ever met personally. I write this now as a grateful acknowledgment for the almost inestimable service you have done the country. I wish to say a word further. WhenShow More Summary

Do’s and Don’ts of Asking For a Raise

Everybody wants to get a fair paycheck for the accomplishments they have achieved. In the ideal scenario, your boss notices your achievements and gives you a raise. However, in the real world this is not really the case and you need to stand up for yourself and ask for a raise. Show More Summary

20 Top Graphic Design (Branding) Project Proposal Templates

If you're in business, branding is an important part of that. Branding affects how others perceive your business, and ultimately it affects your bottom line since people choose whether to do business with you based on their perception of you. Show More Summary

Mr. Time Management

As chairman and chief executive officer of a global alliance of auto companies—including Groupe Renault, Nissan Motor Co., and Mitsubishi Motors Corp., all three of which he also leads as chairman or chairman/CEO—his travel schedule begins to fill up six months to a year in advance. Show More Summary

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Although he was one of the most famous men in the world, Henry Peel was a will-o'-the-wisp. Paparazzi could not plague him because they didn't know what he looked like. Hardly anyone did. The only known photograph of him was the one on his student ID at Caltech. Show More Summary

5 Steps to Take in the Wake of a Data Security Breach

Equifax, Target and Yahoo each suffered a massive data security breach that made their customers vulnerable. While you may think you are safe because your customer data isn’t nearly as interesting as these giant corporations, nothing could be farther from the truth. Show More Summary

The NLRB Says Google Did Not Violate Discrimination Laws in Firing James Damore

In August, Google fired engineer James Damore for an internal memo he wrote which questioned the role of biology in career choice. He wondered if the reason there were fewer women in tech than one might expect had more to do with innate...Show More Summary

5 Ways to Reinvent the Traditional Job Interview

The job interview has changed a lot over the years. But, has it changed enough to keep up? Here are 5 ways to reinvent the traditional job interview. The post 5 Ways to Reinvent the Traditional Job Interview appeared first on hr bartender.

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