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How to set up a Google Classroom to train students, employees, or anyone who wants to learn

Google Classrooms is an easy way to create an online educational environment. Jack Wallen shows you how to create your first class so you can begin …

Education Technology

15 Favorite Interview Questions to Completely Disarm Job Candidates (in a Really Good Way)

We asked readers for their favorite interview questions -- and we weren't disappointed.<p>Maybe your favorite interview question is one of the most common interview questions. Maybe it's one of the most common behavioral interview questions. Or maybe you have a less conventional interview question you …

This mindfulness trick is super-effective at calming anxiety

People are saying the results are instant<p>When anxiety starts to take over, it can feel impossible to gain perspective and get out of the spiral of …

Mindfulness

We may have cracked the mystery of Stonehenge

The more archaeologists study Stonehenge, the more mysteries unfold. But a coherent story is beginning to emerge.<p>Stonehenge is one the UK’s most visited tourist attractions – and one of the world’s most enigmatic ancient monuments. People come from all over the world to stare at the iconic stone …

Eliminate Workweek Stress By Doing These 13 Things Immediately | Inc.com

Stress is an inevitable part of life (especially do-it-all, go-for-the-goal entrepreneurs), but let's be honest: Life doesn't always have to be as chaotic as it seems. There are things that many of us do to amplify those toxic, overwhelming feelings that leave us feeling defeated, exhausted and …

Time Management

Why You Need to Stop Believing the Customer Is Always Right | Inc.com

"The customer is always right" is the best-known adage about customer experience and customer service. Its origins lie in shop-keeping etiquette stemming from the rise of department stores, which of course were about selling products. The advice is offers is fine as far as it goes -- shops don't …

Customer Experience

Take this set of courses to become a certified project manager

If you’re obsessively organized, a natural planner, and the person who seems to keep everyone around you on track, you may just be born to be a …

There is something of the Scarlet Pimpernel about this luscious chocolate cake: an aristocratic Gallic gateau that takes the breath away<p>It happens every time. Nothing quiets the din of a great gathering, albeit briefly, like the appearance of chocolate cake. What music does to soothe a savage …

Dessert

Here's 7 Pancakes From Around The World That Will Change The Way You Think About Pancakes

Which one would you eat?

Virus scanner -- or malware? Beware app store fakes

In the wake of WannaCry, 27 different apps materialized promising to protect your phone from the global ransomware attack.<p>But wait: WannaCry, which ensnared more than 200,000 computers around the world, doesn't target phones. It used an exploit, discovered by the National Security Agency and leaked …

Apps

'Cool' New Knee Procedure Eases Arthritis Pain Without Surgery

A new, non-invasive knee procedure could bring some relief for patients suffering from debilitating chronic pain, for whom surgery is not an option.<p>The treatment, recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration, is called “cooled radio frequency ablation” and is a less drastic option for …

Pain

Anti-delirium strategy reduces after-surgery confusion in elderly

A daily 30-minute regimen designed to help elderly surgery patients stay oriented can cut the rate of postoperative delirium in half and help them return home sooner, according to a test among 377 volunteers in Taipei.<p>After they were moved out of an intensive care unit, 15.1 percent given …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Taste Beyond The Tongue

8 Toxic Personalities Every Successful Person Avoids

Nobody can afford an emotional saboteur.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The world is full of many types of people. There are those who sustain you through hard times and applaud you in good times. And then there are the noxious people, the ones who tear you down, who …

4 Things Great Bosses Say to a New Employee That Most Bosses Never Think to Say | Inc.com

You work hard to find, interview, and hire the right employees. They have great skills, great experience, and great attitude. So once they're hired and in the door, all you need to do is set them loose, right?<p>Not so fast. Knowing how to do a job is certainly important, but approaching a job with …

Employment

This Tool Makes It Super Easy to Create Interactive Simulations

Whether you’re working on a big presentation for work or school, interactive visuals always help win over an audience. Loopy, a free tool for making …

Magic happens when you combine soy sauce and butter

<i>Umami Issues</i> <i>is The Takeout’s exploration of cooking food with the rich, savory, mysterious taste sensation known as umami.</i><p>These last few weeks I’ve …

12 Surprising Office Wi-Fi Killers

Think twice before you set up the office aquarium.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Nothing grinds a workplace to a halt like a lack of internet access. Gone are the days of hard-wired desktops in every office. Work environments increasingly support staff and guests with …

Ask Amy: Siblings disagree over death disclosure

<i>Dear Amy: My sister and I cannot agree on whether to tell my 96-year-old aunt that my 92-year-old father (her brother) passed away.</i><p><i>Our aunt is in a memory-care facility with some dementia. There are times that she is really with it, and then there are other times that I have to explain to her who I</i> …

9 Things Good Leaders Never Do When Running a Meeting | Inc.com

Successful leaders know that meetings, while important, are also incredibly expensive.<p>The next time you're in a meeting, mentally add up the hourly rates of everyone in the room.<p>Then factor in the opportunity cost for what every person could be achieving instead of sitting and listening to Stewart …

Management

Are you part of the thyroid epidemic?

Your thyroid used to fall into the “mystery organ” category: something you vaguely knew was useful without knowing exactly how, like your pancreas or …

How To Channel Your Rage Into Something Constructive At Work

These are stressful times. Use anger strategically to create the change you want.<p>With career pressure, relationships, and even the future of the country causing stress, there’s likely a lot of people with frazzled nerves in your workplace. And when people are feeling stressed or overwhelmed, it’s …

If You Don't Build Your Culture, One Will Form On Its Own (And You Might Not Like What You Get) | Inc.com

For being an intangible thing, culture certainly does get talked about a lot. And rightfully so. For a company, culture can be that critical enabler (or barrier) to achieving your business strategies and goals. For an individual, culture can be the difference between a good job fit and one that …

How to Prioritize Your Work When Your Manager Doesn’t ?

You are lucky, if your manager listens to your problems carefully. And, if he takes care of most of the things without having to say a word, you are …

Time Management

Exactly How To Spend The Last Hour Of Your Workday

Try these 60-minute “soft projects” to wrap up every day of the week.<p>It’s 4 p.m. and you’re having a hard time focusing. So you stare at your computer and click in and out of lots of tabs. But when you look up, you see it’s only 4:03 p.m. Then, you get a glass of water, which takes all of seven …

What Makes a Good Boss? Follow This Flowchart to Find Out [Infographic]

"You never stop learning how to be a great boss," according to a flowchart infographic from Headway Capital. But having the responsibility of a boss …

How to Clean Crapware From a New PC

A brand-new Windows computer should be pristine out of the box. After all, you haven't gummed it up yet with software, right?<p>Leave that to the computer manufacturers. They'll gum it up for you with "free" software you don't want. It goes by names like crapware, bloatware, or shovelware because …

These 25 Productivity Principles Will Change How You Work Forever

According to a recent McKinsey report, today’s workforce spends 61% of their time managing work rather than doing it. That’s insane. We can do better …

Time Management

Meet the buzzy plant that calms the mind—and naturally boosts collagen production

What if there was a single plant that could help you concentrate at work, reduce post-workout joint pain, minimize varicose veins, <i>and</i> give you …