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Jordan Spieth: Sharpen Your Putting With My Two Favorite Games

Putting practice can be a snooze fest if you don’t do something to spice it up. My coach, Cameron McCormick, and I have come up with two games that will help improve the speed and accuracy of your putts—without the boredom. Play these games for about 15 minutes when you practice.<p><b>LEAP FROG</b><p>This game …

“Busy” people are actually not that productive

<i>This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Follow the author here.</i><p>Being busy has somehow become a badge of honor. The prevailing notion is that if you aren’t super busy, you aren’t important or hard working. The truth is, busyness makes you <i>less</i> productive.<p>When we think of a super busy person, we …

Time Management

These are 8 things Google looks for in a manager

The experiment didn't go down well and in the end failed. After only a few months, the engineering manager role was restored. It turns out that far from creating an unnecessary layer of bureaucracy, a good manager is actually key to a happy and productive team. Google's latest research, which they …

World Economic Forum

Wall Street believes Amazon has a $160 billion business under its roof

According to a note by Deutsche Bank Tuesday, Amazon Web Services is forecast to book $16 billion in revenue by 2017, and based on a 10x multiple, it would get a valuation of roughly $160 billion.<p>"We conclude that a 2017 revenue multiple of 10x seems fair for AWS, which given our 2017 AWS revenue …

Deutsche Bank

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Games Like Fruit Ninja - Not Facebook - Get Worst Grades On App Privacy

One million Android apps have been indexed and graded as part of a landmark study into how much each one invades user privacy. Among the big offenders: mobile games like Fruit Ninja, Angry Birds and Despicable Me – apps that are often incidentally, used by kids. The best behaved A-grade players are …