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11 Phrases Intelligent People Say Every Day (and So Should You) | Inc.com

Every success is based on action, but every action starts with a thought. That's why every worthwhile accomplishment starts with a change in perspective, or a new connection, or a renewed sense of purpose and motivation.<p>And sometimes success starts with remembering what is important to you -- and …

Self-improvement

10 research-proven tricks that will make you appear smarter than you are

It's great to be smart, but intelligence is a hard thing to pin down. In many cases, how smart people <i>think</i> you are is just as important as how smart you actually are.<p>"I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow." —Woodrow Wilson<p>As it turns out, intelligence only explains …

University of Michigan

Challenge Yourself to Eat Clean For 2 Weeks With This Plan

Eating clean doesn't mean giving up foods you love, but it does entail making healthy, homemade meals. If you're ready to clean up your eating habits, we have a two-week plan for you! It's easy to follow and chock-full of tasty recipes for all your meals, snacks, and treats — yes! You get a little …

5 excellent questions to ask the hiring manager when your job interview is going horribly

The person I ended up speaking with got called in to talk to me at the last minute and hadn't really prepared much. He only spent five minutes asking me about my professional qualifications and then answered my questions about the company and his role in a matter of 15-second, one-sentence …

Employment

Four Nosy Questions You Shouldn't Be Afraid to Ask in Your Job Interview

If you prepare for interviews as thoroughly as I think you do, you’ve probably got a (long) list of questions to ask. But you probably also worry …

Employment

How to become a highly paid freelancer while keeping your day job

Since I began freelancing just over a year ago, I've had the opportunity to work with nearly a dozen high-growth startups and world-class experts.<p>What's more, I've never had to negotiate for the premium prices I charge for my content marketing services.<p>Because I've done such an effective job of …

Employment

The Best Way to Approach the “What Motivates You?” Interview Question

There are a lot of questions you should expect in an interview, but sometimes the questions are so broad you don’t know how to answer them on the …

Employment

When to Book a Cheap Flight from US to Europe?

Booking a cheap flight from US to Europe two months in advance is believed to save you a lot of money. However, there is a better offer.

The Importance of Keeping A Notebook

In her excellent book <i>The Art of Slow Writing: Reflections on Time, Craft and Creativity</i> Louise DeSalvo talks about the power of keeping a notebook …

Consciousness

Top 10 Computer Disasters (and How to Deal with Them)

Using a computer means occasionally dealing with annoying, possibly disastrous problems like losing all your data if your hard drive crashes. Here …

7 Steps To Enable A Creative Culture

Building a creative team – and nurturing the creativity of individuals — is an art and a science. Here in the SAP Design and Co-Innovation Center, we have made it our mission to foster creativity that sparks innovation. Here are seven practical steps to cultivate creativity in your</b> …

Creativity

How Electronic Health Records Will Be More Helpful To Doctors -- And Patients

Twenty years ago, if patients wanted to read their own medical records, they likely had to sue their healthcare provider for access. Even after the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act was passed in 1996, legally guaranteeing patients the right to their medical information, the …

Digital Health

The foodie traveller sips ginseng coffee in Milan

A very un-Italian sounding coffee has been popping up in bistros from Milan to Napoli – though caffè al ginseng remains stubbornly obscure in the UK<p>Cappuccino, espresso, macchiato – we’ve all learnt how to speak coffee in Italian. Visit Italy nowadays though and you’ll find its bars serving a …

Italy

12 Weight Loss Tricks

<b>Raid Your Cabinets</b><br>No, we don’t mean ditching everything in your kitchen—just stock up safe zones and limit your junk drawers. If starting any diet, keep your healthy choices like cut-up vegetables, hummus, Greek yogurt, and fresh fruit at eye level or in easily accessible places and hide …

Savvy traveller who never pays for flights reveals his top tips on how YOU can travel the world for free

• <b>Scott Keyes, 28, has cracked the system around the world for free</b>• <b><br>The writer reveals his secrets in two eBooks and to MailOnline Travel</b>• <b><br>Tips include</b> …

How to Spend a Weekend in Paris

As a newly engaged person (yay!) this year I'm trying to rack up as many small (not-bank-breaking) city breaks instead of our usual big holidays and …

France

How I Make Money as a Travel Photographer in 2015

Long gone are the days in which being a travel photographer simply meant you shot photography for a certain travel magazine or newspaper. The world …

Photography

12 Ways Successful People Handle Toxic People

Co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and President at TalentSmart<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive satisfaction from creating …

Emotional Intelligence

How to Be Someone People Love to Talk To

When do we really learn good conversation skills? Well, we don’t. We’re just kind of expected to pick them up…<p>And we wonder why people aren’t better …

Self-help

Top 10 alternative city breaks in Europe

For great-value city breaks, look past the capitals and big names; some of Europe’s liveliest cultural scenes are in its smaller cities<p>Ghent, Belgium<p><b>Why go?</b><br>While Bruges can sometimes feel a little like a tourist toy-town, Ghent keeps it real. The city still offers picturesque Flemish architecture …

European Travel

How to Find Happiness in Today’s Hectic World

Trying to find happiness in a world so busy and complicated can seem impossible.<p>What’s weird is that in so many ways our lives are objectively better …

Happiness

4 Examples of How to Use Flipboard on Your Website

MagMaker / January 29, 2015<p>We’re seeing some great examples of people promoting their Flipboard profile and magazines on their web sites. <b></b><p>Health …

Are You Up For It? How a Personal Challenge Can Improve Your MagMaking Skills

Jenn de la Vega / January 29, 2015<p>Creative challenges can jumpstart your brain and make you think about magazine curation in a new light. If you put …

What’s in a Name? How to Make Your Magazine Title Stand Out

Jenn de la Vega / February 6, 2015<p>A compelling magazine title can draw in a new person before they even start flipping. You can be funny, literal or …

Spotlight: Personal Growth Expert Fabio Angeleri

MagMaker / February 9, 2015<p><b>My name is</b> Fabio Angeleri and <b>my medium is</b> personal growth.<p><b>My love of</b> meditation started when I was around 22 during very …

Meet 15 Young Innovators Who Will Change the Magazine Business

The future of the magazine business lies with innovators like these—the young men and women who are creating engaging content, forging new revenue …

Advertising Industry

4 Steps to Decluttering Your Life

Do you wake up with a full mind overflowing with the have-tos -- meetings, classes, family, and the all too common "What the hell am I doing with my life?"<p>Does your mind resemble an episode from one of those reality television shows about hoarders? Are you a closet hoarder? Are you holding on to …

Minimalism

The 5 People Making You Fat

Overview<p>You're invited to eat lunch in a room with one other person in it. That person has been told by researchers what and how much to eat, but you don't know this. At the end of the meal, you're asked this question: "Why did you choose to eat as much as you did?" If your answer is "I ate what I …