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Why We Hurt Each Other: Tolstoy’s Letters to Gandhi on Love, Violence, and the Truth of the Human Spirit

In 1908, Indian revolutionary Taraknath Das wrote to Leo Tolstoy, by then one of the most famous public figures in the world, asking for the author’s support in India’s independence from British colonial rule. On December 14, Tolstoy, who had spent the last twenty years seeking the answers to …

The Paradoxical Traits Of Resilient People

Resilient people develop a mental capacity that allows them to adapt with ease during adversity. Like bamboo, they bend but rarely break. How resilient are you?<p>Journalist Hara Estroff Marano once wrote in a <i>Psychology Today</i> article “The Art of Resilience”:<p>“Resilience may be an art, the ultimate art …

Self-improvement

10 Quality Online Courses To Make You Successful Entrepreneurs

As technology continues to evolve at a fast pace, it becomes clear that it affects the way things get done. As an Entrepreneur, it is important to …

Ladies, Here Are 3 Ways To Become A Better Negotiator At Work And Get What You Want Out Of Life

Negotiating skill is one of those things that many people think you either have or don’t. It’s like your height, either you are born tall or you …

Successful Negotiation Isn't About Being Dominant

Most of us think of haggling as asserting our dominance and showing we’re unafraid to get what we want. But successful negotiation isn’t necessarily …

University of Southern California

When You Shouldn’t Try to Dominate a Negotiation

Should you act dominantly or deferentially when you negotiate? Negotiators generally believe that dominance will give them an edge—and for good reason. Some past studies have shown that when negotiators act dominantly by raising their voices, expanding their body postures to appear larger, and …

Body Language

8 New Rules Of Public Speaking

The rules of public speaking are changing in an age of TED Talks and YouTube. Here’s how to adapt.<p>TED Talks, YouTube videos, and even new platforms like Periscope are all changing the ways we transmit and receive messages. Powerful communication is no longer the formalized ritual it used to be, …

Public Speaking

How To Negotiate Your Employee Stock Option Package

For tech employees, a stock option package can be the biggest part of a person’s compensation. Yet the fact is that many people really do not spend much time with negotiation — and yes, this could mean missing out on even more gains.<p>Then again, this situation should not be a surprise. Let’s face …

Tech Industry

Dear Shannon: How do I negotiate a salary?

<i>If you have a question for Shannon, send it to [email protected].</i><p><b>Dear Shannon,</b><p><b>I'm job hunting and have had a couple of second-round interviews. I'm</b> …

Negotiate your VALUE (not your rate)

<i>This is a post from a member of the Freelancers Union community. If you’re interested in sharing your expertise, your story, or some advice you think</i> …

Employment

A Woman’s Most Powerful Salary Negotiation Tool? Silence

Probably works for guys, too.<p>Salary negotiations fill many people with fear, but studies show that women find them particularly challenging.<p>“You have to remember that women are newer to the workplace,” says Katie Donovan, the founder of Equal Pay Negotiations, a consultancy that helps women get the …

Employment

Negotiating your salary

<b>London, United Kingdom –</b> Even the best executives now need strong arguments to negotiate higher pay, says Conrad Prambök, Head of Compensation …

Effective Salary Negotiation

By<p>One of the most important and complicated stages of the job search process is salary negotiation.<p>Robert Hellmann of Hellmann Career Consulting …

Top 5 Salary Negotiation Tactics

When looking for and obtaining a job, many people might say, “I’m lucky to have anything at all,” and that’s true. With all the resumé-building, …

Ask the Headhunter: The huge mistake almost everyone makes when they ask for a higher job offer

<i>Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979 and has answered over 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community over the</i> …

Employment

This Technology Could Change the Way Deaf People Live

Ryan Hait-Campbell says his San Francisco company’s invention is really about jobs. Deaf people like himself, explains the MotionSavvy CEO, are too …

Language

How the crowd, not medical professionals, will lead the health-tech revolution

Technology has improved our ability to control many aspects of our lives — although, it’s done so more rapidly in some areas than others. So we can stream music and films where and when we choose and do our banking at 3 in the morning if we wish. Yet, when it comes to health care, medical …

7 Habits of Incredibly Happy People

<i>This post is in partnership with Inc., which offers useful advice, resources and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners. The article below was</i> …

Happiness

Can C.E.O. Satya Nadella Save Microsoft?

Over the last decade, as the biggest force in tech history hurtled toward irrelevance (albeit lucratively), a few blamed Microsoft’ s woes on founder Bill Gates, while most pointed to his successor as C.E.O., Steve Ballmer. Bethany McLean charts the breakdown of their relationship, the growing …

Adobe Builds On Creative Cloud Strategy to Unify Workflows

As Adobe enters the season of Max — the company’s annual creativity conference that runs October 4-8 in Los Angeles — it’s closing in on Year Two of Creative Cloud.<p>First introduced in 2012 — when the creative software subscription plan was made available alongside traditional licenses — and then …

10 Apps You Probably Never Heard Of That Employees Are Sneaking Into Work

With our tablets, smartphones and cloud services, if we need an app, we get it ourselves.<p>This is drastically different than the way work tech used to be: bought by IT, set up by IT, issued by IT and controlled by IT. You didn't like what you were given? Oh well.<p>Interestingly, this has created …

Apps