Henri Poussin

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Cancelling One-on-One Meetings Destroys Your Productivity

We all can agree that we have too many meetings. From the one-off event to the weekly check-in with an employee, meetings are taking an increasing amount of time in our daily work. But removing meetings from your calendar isn’t always the best way to take back your time.<p>When faced with an onslaught …

4 Maps Crucial to Understanding Europe's Population Shift

Despite economic growth in Central and Eastern Europe, the continent is still migrating to the Northwest.<p>Europe’s population is shifting to the Northwest. The GDP in its more easterly nations seems to be booming, while the countryside and many smaller cities continue to empty at the expense of the …

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If you wear Primark to posh events and can pronounce ennui, you’ve made it!

According to a survey on ‘having it all’, most people seem to covet long driveways and Agas. I’d say there’s more to life<p>Women are no stranger to the question about whether they can “have it all”. Exactly what “having it all” is, though, is somewhat ambiguous. Usually it seems to imply being able …

Could the 43 Missing Students in Mexico Finally Lead to Reform?

In Mexico, tragedies compete for headlines, and then they are forgotten.<p>On September 26, 43 students set out from their school in Ayotzinapa to attend a protest in nearby Iguala. The mayor of Iguala, José Luis Abarca, had a politically driven wife, María de los Ángeles Pineda. A woman with …

Break Out Your Relaxed Jeans, It’s Dad Rock Season

It’s that time of year again—when small children and big retailers alike open their hearts to the magic of Christmas. Record labels, too. You’d have to be a Grinch not to be moved by the music industry’s eyes-all-aglow belief that it can still goose a few dollars from consumers over the holidays by …