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Controlling Bad Habits for a Successful Career

Habits run our lives. Our behavior has a direct and profound effect on our attitude. Anyone can manage the good times and can cultivate the habits that promote well-being and success. However, every now and again, we gain bad habitsShow More Summary

Another crunch week in Greek bailout saga

By Mike Peacock LONDON (Reuters) - The threat posed by Greece beyond its borders may have diminished but efforts to agree an economic reform program to free up bailout funds and avert default will capture world attention this week. Euro...Show More Summary

Mud Season

"The old is dying and the new cannot be born."

Seen, heard, gotten, changed

Most of the news/advice/insight you run into is merely seen. You might acknowledge that something is happening, that something might work, that a new technique is surfacing. Sometimes, if you work at it, you actually hear what's being said. You...        

Human Resources Shouldn’t Be a “Go-To” Function

Sometimes it’s easy to think that our own profession is the only one under the microscope. I know when it comes to human resources, I’ve seen more than my fair share of the “I Hate HR” type articles. The other day, I saw a post titled,...Show More Summary

St. Louis Police Release Body Cam Video of Shooting

A disturbed man armed with a sword was shot to death by St. Louis police on Friday. Thaddeus McCarroll had barracaded himself inside a home. Police officers tried to persuade him to drop the sword, but he emerged from the … More » The post St. Louis Police Release Body Cam Video of Shooting appeared first on EveryJoe.

The IRS Scandal, Day 710

Breitbart, IRS: Mistakes Were Made: Judicial Watch has just released a new batch of documents forced out of the IRS that show the Obama administration’s scandalous misuse of the IRS to target Tea Party and other conservatives goes far deeper than realized. Included in the new batch of documents is...

Nice Downtowns: How Did They Get That Way?

"Visitors think, 'That's just how Seattle is.' But it isn't." Lessons from Fresno to Shanghai.

Mourning the Death of a Monitor

It seems silly to be attached to equipment, but I was very fond of my external monitor, which was attached to a G4 tower, then a Tibook, and then a Macbook Air. It lived to be the ripe old age of over 13 years and died right before my eyes as I hit "publish" on the DC meetup post of this evening.

Foreign automakers double down on China bets despite slowing growth

By Jake Spring SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Foreign automakers continue to plough money into factories in China, the world's largest car market, even as the biggest economic slowdown in a quarter of a century crimps sales growth. Market leaders...Show More Summary

IMF nations warn of geopolitical risks

The International Monetary Fund's member nations have warned of risks to the global economy from exchange rate shifts and geopolitical tensions. ||| Washington - The International Monetary Fund's member nations on Saturday warned ofShow More Summary

Germans protest Europe-US trade deal

Thousands marched in German cities in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they fear will erode standards. ||| Berlin - Thousands of people marched in Berlin, Munich and other German cities...Show More Summary

Elephant Hunter Trampled to Death by Elephant

Ian Gibson, a professional hunter, was trampled to death by an elephant while guiding an elephant hunt in Africa. According to Safari Classic Productions, he was one of the most experienced hunters on the continent. Source: Facebook The announcement of … More » The post Elephant Hunter Trampled to Death by Elephant appeared first on EveryJoe.

GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Sometimes Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight Pays Off

An Argentinian man, Dias Costa, and his wife were asleep when four people armed with guns broke into their home. When the burglars let their guard down for a second, Costa grabbed a Samurai sword and began defending his home. … More » The post GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Sometimes Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight Pays Off appeared first on EveryJoe.

Feds Ask Court to Shut Down 2 S. Carolina Tax Preparers – The federal government has asked a judge to shut down two South Carolina tax preparers who officials say potentially cost the government millions in underpaid taxes. The U.S. Justice Department says in a release that it has asked... The post Feds Ask Court to Shut Down 2 S. Carolina Tax Preparers appeared first on.

245 Years Ago Today

James Cook spots the south-eastern coast of Australia and his crew of the Endeavour becomes the first recorded Europeans to encounter its eastern coastline, 164 years after the first undisputed sighting of the western coastline by the Dutch in 1606, and 148 years after the first English sighting. (Ten days later Cook’s expedition makes landfall […]

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