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3 apps that can help you craft an ironclad business plan

The first step on the road to creating a successful startup is developing a solid business plan. This document should map out your plan for growth over the next three to five years, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Your business plan is important for getting investors on board …

Small Business

How Do You Know Someone Is an Exceptional Leader? Look for Any of These 7 Signs | Inc.com

If you're new to the employee engagement conversation, I'll cut to the chase and break it to you like this: Since 2000, Gallup research has shown that roughly 70 percent of the U.S. work force is "not engaged" or "actively disengaged" at work.<p>If your company is part of this dismal predicament and …

Employee Engagement

If you're using LinkedIn like a digital résumé, you're doing it all wrong

In fact, 87% of recruiters leverage LinkedIn to find high quality candidates.<p>This is great news for us because it means that, with the right set up, your LinkedIn profile can become a passive lead generator for new opportunities.<p>However, if your profile looks like everyone else's, your chances of …

Employment

11 Daily Habits of Exceptionally Successful People | Inc.com

Succeeding in business and in life obviously requires mastering a set of skills that will produce extraordinary results, says conventional wisdom.<p>None of them, unfortunately, come from reading books or articles such as this one, but it's certainly a good start.<p>The real success factor comes from the …

Self-improvement

5 Sauna Health Benefits | Men’s Health

Perspiring in steamy temps might help you preserve your memory. In a study recently published in the journal <i>Age and Ageing</i>, men who used a sauna multiple times a week had a lower risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.<p>“More robust studies would be needed to strengthen this association, …

The fit guy's guide to human growth hormone

A "miracle drug," the "fountain of youth"—human growth hormone (HGH) has a strong reputation for solving pretty much every health concern a …

11 best state parks in California

1. Malibu Creek, Calabasas<p>This is the former site of the 20th Century Fox studios’ location ranch, where they filmed the TV show M*A*S*H. There are …

California

We don’t understand how AI make most decisions, so now algorithms are explaining themselves

Self-awareness, or the ability to understand and explain oneself, is one of the largest divides between artificial and human intelligence. While we may not fully understand ourselves, we can offer up a rationale for our decisions in most cases. On the other hand, AI algorithms are usually only …

Artificial Intelligence

The True Cause of All Middle East Conflicts

In November 2016, the International Monetary Fund approved a $12 billion loan to help Egypt cope with an economic crisis.<p><b>Jordan</b> - Kingdom ruled by 92 …

War based on deception: Bush’s Iraq lies, uncontested, will haunt us under Donald Trump

Reminder: Iraq posed absolutely no threat to the United States<p><i>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.</i><p>The CODEPINK Tribunal taking place Dec. 1 and 2, and live streamed by the Real News, is a historic collection of testimonies about the lies and costs of the Iraq war. It takes on new meaning …

Middle East

Self-driving cars could eliminate urban crashes

The golden age of pedestrians is waiting for us.<p>As the auto and tech industries pour millions into developing autonomous vehicles, some of the biggest gains will be realized by those who aren't even riding in self-driving cars. Transportation experts see the dawning era of autonomous transportation …

Autonomous Cars

Americans keep looking away from the election’s most alarming story

<i>This op-ed piece is a special To The Washington Post from Eric Chenoweth, the co-director of the Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe.</i><p>In assessing Donald Trump's presidential victory, Americans continue to look away from this election's most alarming story: the successful effort by a hostile …

Donald Trump

Power is no problem for vegan athletes

"I don't want to be vegan," David Carter once said to his wife. "That's for weaklings."<p>At the time, Carter was an NFL defensive end, weighing in at more than 300 pounds. Growing up in Los Angeles, he was raised on barbecue at his family's restaurant and felt that meat was his source of strength, so …

White prosperity over racial equality: It’s (still) the American way

Donald Trump’s victory feels like an earthquake, but its roots run deep in America’s history and priorities<p>On November 8, 2016, individual voters confronted the imperfect legacy of the Founding Fathers. In this election, for the first time since the great rights revolutions of the 1960s, Americans …

Rights & Freedoms