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Photo: Jakob Schiller Every May, travel enthusiasts from around the world gather near Flagstaff, Arizona, to show off old adventure rides or shop for parts to trick out new ones at Overland Expo West.
As the shock-and-awe of conventional warfare has given way to the unpredictable carnage of terrorism, much of the job of keeping America safe has fallen to the military's most elite soldiers. Delta Force.
This could be part of the future of farming. NEWARK, New Jersey -- David Rosenberg is trying to build an agricultural empire out of an old paintball arena in a blighted urban neighborhood about 45 minutes
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Former Delta Force officer says the elite military unit taught him there's a time and place for arrogance
Over more than 20 years in the US Army as a Ranger and then a Delta Force operator, Dalton Fury learned that you need to "play well with others, but remain the alpha," if you want to be an effective leader.
We've all been there. Projects fail, presentations flop, and opportunities evaporate. These setbacks don't define you or your career though--they can't. You have too much to offer to let the temporary
Let's get this out of the way: Mental toughness is not a quality you either do or don't have. Sure, some people may have greater self-discipline than you possess. Some people may be better at resisting
Could shipping containers be the future of local produce? A Boston-based startup called Freight Farms thinks so. The company is transforming the containers into grow machines – or what they like to call
About 200 years ago, a French physician rolled a sheet of paper into a cylinder and held it up to the chest of a patient. The creation was crude and simple, but it worked. Rene Laenneac could better hear
Keeping the dream alive. Prior to World War II, the United States was considered a world leader in handmade watches with more than a few homegrown companies giving the Swiss a run for their money. While
For years, green tea has gotten high marks for its amazing health benefits— it’s antioxidant-rich, great for your heart and gives your brain a bump. What if you could boost those benefits ten-fold? Enter
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Habits save the brain work and conserve brain fuel. There is very little processing power involved with respect to habits. So what does that have to do with being rich? I studied 177 self-made millionaires
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