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10 Things Incredibly Likable People Never, Ever Do (and Why You Love Them for It)

What you do can make you extremely likable, but so can what you don't choose to do.<p>Some people are incredibly likable because of the things they do. Some people are incredibly charismatic because of the things they do.<p>And some people are incredibly likable because of the things they <i>don't</i> do.<p>If you …

Self-improvement

12 Little Things That Show People You're Intelligent, Without You Having to Say It

Actions speak louder than words.<p>I was at a breakfast meeting the other day.<p>Four people around a small table on the outdoor deck of a nice hotel, right on the beach, one of the women brought two boxes of avocado toast from the café.<p>"For us to share," she said.<p>My first thought was, "How are we going …

Productivity

Driverless 'pods' set to hit the road in the US as part of FirstGroup trial

UK bus and rail company FirstGroup has started testing driverless vehicles at a major US test facility.<p>The company’s First Transit division, which runs transport services for businesses, will be working on driverless ‘pods’, as it dubs them, at the 2,000-hectare GoMentum test facility in Concord, …

Autonomous Vehicle

11 Habits of Mentally Strong People

Mental strength is a choice and a discipline, not an innate quality bestowed upon the lucky.<p>We all reach critical points in our lives where our mental strength is tested. It might be a difficult friend or colleague, a dead-end job or a struggling relationship.<p>Whatever the challenge, you have to be …

Happiness

Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones

Most mornings as I leave the Y after my swim and shower, I cross paths with a coterie of toddlers entering with their caregivers for a kid-oriented activity. I can’t resist saying hello, requesting a high-five, and wishing them a fun time. I leave the Y grinning from ear to ear, uplifted not just …

Mindfulness

5 free online classes to improve your financial literacy

Education has become a personal finance issue of late, with countless Millennials deep in student loan debt. But thanks to massively open online courses (MOOCs), you can learn—whether about money or music or marketing—for free.<p>Sometimes there is a fee for graded coursework, but you can still access …

Personal Finance

Here's what Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and 29 other successful people ask job candidates during interviews

They're not in the habit of wasting time with dumb or irrelevant queries.<p>In fact, they often have one favorite go-to question they like to ask. This typically reveals everything they need to know about a job candidate.<p>Here are 31 of those questions.<p><i>Jacquelyn Smith, Alison Griswold, and Vivian Giang</i> …

Employment

Diversify your income: All my ideas for making money online

You needed more income streams yesterday.<p>“Many small streams will form a big river.” — Swedish proverb<p>Most Americans have one stream of income (a …

Bill Gates's and Warren Buffett's Top Advice for College Students

In a candid conversation, the Oracle of Omaha along with Bill Gates shared top advice for young people.<p>It's not every day you get treated to a master class in life and business from Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.<p>Excited chatter filled the halls of Columbia University's Lerner Auditorium this past …

Warren Buffett

The Third Transportation Revolution

Lyft’s Vision for the Next Ten Years and Beyond<p><b>Introduction: A Country Built for Cars</b><p>I remember when I first fell in love with cars. It started small …

A Heavy Metal Detox

When we first wrote about Medical Medium Anthony William, and excerpted his now <i>New York Times</i> best-seller, <i>Medical Medium: Secrets Behind Chronic and</i> …

How to use search like a pro: 10 tips and tricks for Google and beyond

Searching with regular sentences will only get you so far – if you need to find something a bit tricky turn to these advanced yet simple methods<p>Search engines are pretty good at finding what you’re looking for these days, but sometimes they still come up short. For those occasions there are a few …

Meatless Monday: Plant-Based Diet Finds Common Ground, Makes Common Sense

News flash: Top global physicians and academics agree -- eat more fruits and vegetables.<p>So speaketh the participants of Common Ground, the recent Oldways symposium gathering health and nutrition starpower both impressive and diverse to find some dietary common sense and common ground. We're talking …

Beyond the maximum: cities may be booming, but who's invited to the party?

New York, like Rio, like Mumbai, seems to be flourishing – but who exactly is it going well for? To build a great city, a just city, we have to look at who’s included and who’s excluded, writes Suketu Mehta<p>I’ve been spending a lot of time in New York’s Coney Island, because it’s the capital of fun, …

We Want More Walkable Neighborhoods -- but Can Our Communities Deliver?

"The most requested neighborhood characteristic of all buyers is walkability," real estate broker Andrea Evers recently told a reporter for The Washington Post. But, in an article written by the Post's Michele Lerner, Evers went on to say that "very few areas" in the greater DC market meet the …

Why Did the WHO Take So Long to Declare Meat Dangerous to Our Health?

When I read the news yesterday that an analysis by the World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that red and processed meats increase the risk of cancer, my first thought was: The medical community has known this for some time.<p>Studies going as far back as the 1970s have shown an increased risk of …

If meat causes cancer, what can we eat?

<b>(CNN) —</b> You may have just learned that processed meat such as bacon, sausage and ham may cause cancer and unprocessed meat may be "probably carcinogenic to humans," according to a new World Health Organization report. Or that cheese and sugar can be as addictive as a drug. Or that even veggie hot …

Nutrition

Why you should add fermented foods - and their friendly bacteria - to your diet

If you haven't tried – let alone heard of – fermented foods, such as kimchi, kombucha or natto, consider adding them to your menu. They've been part of the human diet for nearly 10,000 years, but only recently have fermented foods become trendy in North America for their purported health …

No fizzy drinks, no juice: here's what to drink to be healthy

A report claims that sugary drinks are responsible for 8,000 new cases of diabetes a year. What should you sip instead?<p>We all know that fizzy drinks are bad for our health, but the latest research proves just how terrible they are. News that sugary sodas cause 8,000 diabetes cases each year follows …

Coca-Cola

Solar Panel Windows : solar cell technology

Windows don’t typically do a whole lot more than let natural light in and a person’s gaze out, but what if solar cell technology had the potential to …

Google Creates Company to Improve Cities | Smart Cities Dive

<i>Google has created Sidewalk Labs to solve urban challenges with technology. Photo by Roman Kruglov/Flickr</i><p>If Google were to solve urban problems as it …

Smart Cities

Our Best Detox Cleanse Diet for One-Day Results

It started with a bite-sized cookie. A sip of beer. A handful of chips. You promised yourself today would be different. And you were doing so well! …

Wellness

6 Easy Tips for Clean Eating on a Small Budget

<i>Photo: Pond5</i><p><i>By Kristen Domonell for Life by DailyBurn</i><p>Ever thought about cleaning up your diet but worry about the price tags on all that healthy food? You're not alone. Whole Foods Market, often nicknamed "Whole Paycheck" for its prices, recently announced the launch of a new, budget-friendly store …

Nutrition

What People Who Live to 100 Eat Every Day

<b>We'll have what they're having.</b><p><i>By Sarah-Jane Bedwell</i>, SELF<p><i>(Photo: Courtesy Blue Zones)</i><p>There's one pretty mind-blowing characteristic about the people who live in these five communities throughout the world: Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; the Greek island of Ikaria, the Nicoya peninsula of Costa …