Andrew Woo

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The Most Dominant Golfer In The World Right Now Is Inbee Park

Do I win the award for the most obvious headline of 2013?<p>Inbee Park won her third straight women’s major golf tournament yesterday at the Sebonack Golf Club in Long Island, a young and ferocious course that played very tough for most of the field. Only three players finished under par for the …

Can I Wear Oversized Stripes To The Office?

<b>Style Strategy</b><p>Patterns and prints have been big over the last few seasons and not just in popularity — but literally in size. I’ve been seeing oversized florals, giant polka dots, and even extra-wide stripes.<p>Oversized patterns can sometimes be tricky to wear because they can quite easily overwhelm …

Should You Bootstrap Or Raise Money For Your Startup?

There’s a raging debate going in the tech startup world: should you bootstrap a company or raise money from investors?<p>The reality of the situation doesn’t lend itself well to absolutes. Most companies start out by bootstrapping, but can only go so long until they start to hurt their companies’ …

Do What You Love? Only If You're One Of These Three People

My city of Los Angeles is invaded annually by thousands of young actors and writers who believe that, if they only follow their dreams, their dreams have no choice but to blossom forth.<p>After a few warm Christmases around these parts and some long hours as a barista or waiter, the awful math dawns …

The Surprising Benefits Of Working Backward

<b>By Akiko Busch, Next Avenue Contributor</b><p>For a number of weeks this past spring, every time my friend Jane and I would take our regular walk alongside a pond and creek, a bald eagle would swerve in our direction, almost as though to greet us.<p>Eagles are not new here in New York’s Hudson Valley region …

At Work: One size doesn't fit all on leadership

A good leader has to adapt to changing situations, staff capabilities.<p>Good leaders are hard to come by.<p>Just ask most people who have bosses or who look to someone to lead their organization.<p>Some of the complaints I hear:<p>• He's cold as ice.<p>• She doesn't delegate.<p>• He only cares about short-term …

5 Ways Leaders Rock Employee Recognition

I was grocery shopping the other day (Yes, this sometimes happens). A mom with two small kids in tow kept up a constant stream of chatter: “Great job pushing the cart, Stella, you are so smart.” “Good work picking out a pepper, Max, now put it back.” It went on and on – kids do something/anything, …

Texas Senate Forgets Screen Caps Are a Thing, Tries to Rewrite History

<b>Did you miss last night’s monumental Texas state senate filibuster debacle? Because the Internet didn’t.</b> Over 160,000 people tuned into a single …

Obama Gave a Monumental Climate Change Speech, But It’s Still Not Enough

Yesterday, President Barack Obama gave what Al Gore called the “best presidential address on climate change ever.” It’s true: the actions President Obama outlined will likely reduce our contribution to climate change, possibly by quite a lot. And while the plan will have large impacts on business, …

Chips and white bread trigger cravings in the brain

Foods like white bread and potatoes trigger the parts of the brain that are linked to addiction, a new study has found.<p>It may explain why it can be so hard to stop nibbling on breadsticks and chips.<p>Researchers used scanning technology to watch brain activity in volunteers during the four hour …