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1 hour per day doing this mental exercise will exponentially increase your success

<b>“Remember, dreams without goals are just dreams and they ultimately fuel disappointment. Have dreams, but have goals, life goals, yearly goals,</b> …

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30 behaviors that will make you unstoppable

A lot of people are good at what they do. Some are even elite. A select few are completely unstoppable.<p>Those who are unstoppable are in their own …

This 15-30 minute routine makes your brain healthier, younger, and smarter

“Everything popular is wrong”  —  Oscar Wilde<p>In the book, <i>BLUE ZONES: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who’ve Lived the Longest</i><i>,</i> author Dan …

How to Make a Great First Impression

Six strategies for making a better first impression:<p><b>1. Stop acting and be your best self:</b><p>"Be yourself" is the best all-time phrase in personal development. However, you can plus that by being your best self. During your next networking or social situation, just show up with the intention of being …

20 misused English words that make smart people look silly

We’re all tempted to use words that we’re not too familiar with. If this were the only problem, I wouldn’t have much to write about. That’s because …

In 'Self/less,' a man cheats death by transferring his mind to another body — here's how close we are to making that reality

Thanks to the help of a secretive doctor and a lot of money, all the procedure requires is going for a short spin in a device that looks like an MRI machine.<p>Of course, the mind that originally belonged to the younger body still exists — which creates some problems for the mind that has now taken up …

As Steve Jobs Once Said, 'People With Passion Can Change The World'

5 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In 1997, Steve Jobs returned to Apple after a 12-year absence. The company he had co-founded was running out of cash and close to bankruptcy. Jobs held a staff meeting and explained the role passion would play in revitalizing …

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The Lesson of Gay Marriage

Thanks to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) every gay person who wanted to get married in the United States should have had the chance to, by now. The longest waiting period in the nation - a requirement in both Minnesota and Wisconsin - is only five days. The majority of states have …

I'm a Christian, Therefore I Support Same-Sex Marriage

Crowd assembled in front of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, DC on Friday, June 26, 2015<p><i>(commons.wikimedia.org Matt Popovich)</i><p>Last week, in a landmark opinion, the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples would be allowed to marry in all fifty states. And that banning them …

Can Love Be a Sin?

The other night, I was in downtown Austin with my husband and daughter to celebrate the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality. Many of us stood in tears as we watched joyous members of the LGBT community embrace and applaud as our mayor, local elected officials and Austin's police chief spoke …

Hoping for Love

My friend Alan Jacobs, a traditional sort of Anglican Christian, wrote this the day after the <i>Obergefell</i> ruling:Perhaps I am soft on sin, or otherwise …

Steve Jobs Quotes Serve as Valuable Life Lessons

In the world of tech, Steve Jobs was one of the rare people who quite literally had seen and done it all. For starters, Jobs played an instrumental …

2 Ways to Copy Files to iCloud Drive from Mac OS X Finder

iCloud Drive supports direct file transfers from the Mac, meaning you can take just about any file, folder, document, or item stored in OS X, and …

Awesome iPhone Trick: Record Your Screen With a Mac for Free

A hidden iOS 9 feature that Apple hasn’t really explained is ReplayKit, and it’s one that many gamers, developers and other iOS users will …

A Gay Dad's Letter To Aussie Couple That Vowed To Divorce If Gay Marriage Becomes Legal

<b>By Rob Watson | The Next Family</b><p>Something one learns as a parent is that children are often not rational in their behavior. When something happens that is not to their liking, they will strike out in a variety of fashions, many of which do not line up to a logical agenda of self-interest. Part of …

Max Richter composes longest ever piece of classical music

Contemporary classical composer unveils 'eight-hour lullaby' which audience will listen to from beds<p>For those who have ever worried about drifting off during a classical music concert, composer Max Richter has created a piece specifically for that purpose.<p>Sleep, an eight-hour piece which the the …

The science of sexual orientation: The latest on genes, chromosomes, and environmental factors.

<i>This article originally appeared in</i> <b>The Conversation</b><i>.</i><p>People who are attracted to others of the same sex develop their orientation before they are …

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12 things that surprise foreigners when they visit the US

But it happens.<p>We took a look at a Quora thread that asked, "What facts about the United States do foreigners not believe until they come to America?"<p>Answers ranged from tipping customs to the need for healthcare to the lack of public transportation.<p>Put yourself in a tourist's shoes and take a look …

Why it pays to be a jerk

Sneer at the customer. Keep your colleagues on edge. Claim credit. Speak first. Put your feet on the table. Withhold approval. Instill fear. Interrupt. Ask for more. And by all means, take that last doughnut. You deserve it.<p>Follow one of those paths, the success literature tells us, and you'll go …

Google and Apple don't really compete and never have

It makes sense. Apple and Google are widely held to be bitter rivals in the mobile space. Steve Jobs was once so angry about Android allegedly ripping off the iPhone, he vowed to go "thermonuclear" on Google.<p>Everything Google announced this week — and everything that Google has announced in mobile …

Report: Apple's Smarter iOS Spotlight Will Challenge Google Now

For several years now Apple’s Siri has languished in the role of weaker challenger to Google Now in the battle of mobile personal assistants, the still-evolving digital brains in our phones that can carry out voice commands and answer casual queries.<p>While Siri waits passively for a user to ask it …

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14 genius Stephen Hawking quotes that will make you question your place in the universe (pictures)

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A Letter to the Couple at Mass

To the Married Couple at Mass:<p>I saw you enter the Sunday morning service recently at a Manhattan parish. You were a few moments late and sat down as the congregation began to sing the Gloria. I watched carefully and wondered if you were real. Had a married gay couple really come to worship at a …

The Ten Dating Commandments

As someone who has been in the same relationship for 18 years, I often get asked for dating advice. Over the years, I have developed the dating commandments which I share with friends as they pursue new promising relationships.<p>You should live by these dating commandments to increase the likelihood …

A Christian Response to Same-Sex Marriage

Resources that were made available that Sunday in the Commons.<p><b>The Truth About Same-Sex “Marriage”</b> – http://alliancedefensefund.org/<p><b>The Top Ten Harms</b> …

Respected Apple blogger shares his wish list for iOS 9

At a glance, iOS 7 and iOS 8 don’t look all that different. Many of the changes were granular or internal, although new features like iCloud Drive …

What would you see in a black hole?

What would it be like to fly a spacecraft into a black hole? Marcus Woo investigates.<p>Something about a black hole just pulls you in. Sure, its gravity is so strong that not even light can elude its grasp. But, there's something else, something harder to pinpoint. Maybe it's a black hole's absolute …

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