New York is getting closer to legal marijuana. On Monday, the state health commissioner said he would recommend legalizing the drug, and on Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city would out
Are you unstoppable or average? Do you get derailed by prior success? Are you thinking linearly or exponentially? Do you do these 10 things? 1. Don't get crushed by success. Success can become a catalyst
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lithub.com - Randon RosenbohmRandon Rosenbohm is a Libra (with a Gemini moon) from New Orleans (and Long Island) living in New York City. She currently writes weekly horoscopes for Broadly (and this monthly column for Literary Hub).
Recently, my younger brother texted me: "I was just thinking, I always got everything I wanted for Xmas ¯\_(ツ)_/¯" I replied: "Well, yeah, because if you didn't, you'd have gotten really upset." His response?
Job interviews are designed to help a hiring manager determine if you're a good fit for the team. Behavioral interviewing is the technique many employ to figure this out. It's a set of open-ended questions
Dear Liz, I manage a sales team. There are eleven members of the team. It’s a great group. Recently we had a pretty big problem, though. “Jennifer” is one of my top salespeople. She’s great at her job
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