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You've never heard of these 5 classes — but their areas of study will boost your pay in the future

If you want the excitement of working in a growing industry, like renewable energy or artificial intelligence, you could try to strike out on your …

Your Faith Has Made You Well [Mark 5:24-34]

Mark 5:24-34A large crowd followed and pressed around him. 25 And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years. 26 She had …

Jesus

20 Simple Life Hacks You'll Wish You Knew Yesterday

https://diply.com/article/simple-life-hacks-you-wish-you-already-knew<p>article<p>We know life is hard and we're here to help.<p>Diply

Lifehacks

Oceanside Shrimp And Crab Dip Recipe - Genius Kitchen

Watch on your Apple TV, Roku, or Fire TV and your iOS, Fire, or Android device.<p>1 view more photos<p>Made this recipe? Have a way to make it better? …

Seafood

9 Signs You're Successful--Even If It Doesn't Feel Like It

If you're ambitious, you're bound to feel like a failure from time to time. Lofty goals lead to inevitable moments when you aren't yet living up to your expectations.<p>We live in a world that reinforces this feeling. Though most people won't admit it--other than the guy with the <i>'He who dies with the</i> …

20 Easy Life Hacks That Will Make You Wealthy

Stop blaming failures on bad luck.<p>Many people strike it rich by just making one smart career move, investing in the right stocks or even inheriting a …

A lot of women don’t enjoy hookup culture—so why do we force ourselves to participate?

At Middlebury College, I lived a double life.<p>On the surface, I was successful. I was surrounded by diverse, intellectual friends. I led a popular student website and was active in the arts and athletics. I loved learning and made Phi Beta Kappa my junior year. I’m also a white, straight, …

Relationships

Startups need to do due diligence, too

I hear a lot of horror stories about investors. Many are misunderstandings. Some are just outright false. Then there are those that are true. Sadly, there are a lot of those.<p>There’s the alleged angel in the Baltic region who committed (in an email) to leading a round and then refused to talk to the …

Venture Capital

Angel investors hope to find the best and brightest in Cuba’s emerging tech scene

President Obama’s bold new course on Cuban policy is paving the way for emerging tech to blossom in the country. A new entrepreneurial competition, 10x10KCuba, hopes to uncover Cuba’s best and brightest tech minds with an offer of mentorship and potential financing.<p>The idea is to prevent brain …

Impraise raises $1.6M seed to rethink how companies handle performance reviews

Annual performance reviews are often more like an annual headache for both managers and employees. Impraise, a startup that wants to streamline the process with a mobile app, just raised $1.6 million in seed funding. Investors include Palm Drive Ventures, China Growth Capital, and HenQ.<p>A Y …

RebelMouse’s new Discovery tool helps publishers find the right people to promote their stories

Social media startup RebelMouse has created a new tool for publishers — Rebel Discovery, which helps those publishers identify the social media accounts that they should be sharing stories with for maximum impact.<p>Founder and CEO Paul Berry said that when you publish a story, there are probably many …

3 reasons New York City is the best place to start a tech company

Mona Bijoor Contributor<p>Mona Bijoor is the founder and chief executive of JOOR, an online wholesale clothing marketplace.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>Start thinking like a startup<br>• How legacy brands and retailers can keep up with our tech-driven world<p>In terms of venture capital dollars, it’s still …

DoorDash’s Tony Xu and Sequoia’s Alfred Lin will join us at Disrupt NY

DoorDash, for better or worse, has become an example of the 2016 VC funding environment. After reportedly failing to raise at a $1 billion valuation, the company had to settle for a flat round. So what happened, and how will it affect the company going forward — and other companies in the on-demand …

Tripping.com sees non-hotel lodgings draw “420-friendly” travelers

A search engine that lets travelers find and book a stay in non-hotel lodgings, Tripping.com, has detected a burgeoning “budbnb” trend in Colorado.<p>San Francisco-based Tripping.com aggregates vacation rental listings from the likes of HomeAway, Booking.com, VRBO and other sites, and shows travelers …

How Le Wagon is quietly becoming a major coding bootcamp in Europe

Slowly but surely, French startup Le Wagon is becoming a leading coding bootcamp in Europe. Not only the company is executing quickly and expanding to a bunch of new cities, but Le Wagon is also refining its approach to coding bootcamps by using technology as much as possible.<p>Le Wagon started in …

Cities

Venture capital isn’t the only way to build a ‘successful’ business

Nicola Corzine Contributor<p>Nicola Corzine is the executive director of the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center.<p>In Silicon Valley’s Unchecked Arrogance, Ross Baird (Executive Director of Village Capital) and Lenny Mendonca (Director Emeritus at McKinsey) boldly ask an important question that’s becoming a …

Startups

TaskRabbit announces plan to increase hiring of black employees

TaskRabbit announced a detailed plan to improve the diversity of its workforce today. The plan is part of the Congressional Black Caucus’ Tech 2020 initiative, which aims to increase black representation and inclusion throughout the tech industry.<p>TaskRabbit’s plan is focused on increasing diversity …

You never forget the pain, so try to avoid it

They say once you’ve had frostbite, you never forget the cold. A founder who has suffered a bad board, or board member, never forgets that, either.<p>I took my company public at age 33 with a board of four: me, someone I trusted and two people who taught me the meaning of the word acrimony. I have …

The future is the trust economy

Adriana Stan Contributor<p>Adriana Stan is the public relations director of W magazine and a writer on media, culture and technology.<p>As we get into cars with complete strangers, sleep in the beds of people we’ve never met and lend money to others on the other side of the world, a powerful new currency …

Customer Service

How social entrepreneurship is making a difference in the world

We have grown accustomed to the Silicon Valley zeal driving startups to develop new technologies that will disrupt the market in yet another way.<p>On-demand apps like Uber are aimed at making our lives easier by saving us time and money.<p>In other parts of the world, people are faced with different …

How to Know When You Need to End a Friendship

<i>By: Lodro Rinzler</i><p>Friends are essential in life, yet there are times when we need to reassess how certain people contribute to our personal growth and happiness.<p>True friendship is essential to our spiritual journey, yet there are times when we may need to discern who actually is a true friend and …

Relationships

What I Mean When I Say 'I Have Anxiety'

<i>Trigger warning</i><p>For most people I talk to, when I tell them I have an anxiety disorder, they nod their head and tell me it'll be okay. When I tell them, "I'm sorry, I'm having a bad anxiety day, can we reschedule?" They smile and tell me there's nothing to worry about and if I just get out of bed, …

Depression

Faculty Present Entrepreneurship Education Research

​​<p>​​Entrepreneurship education has grown dramatically from 600 colleges and universities offering courses in 1986 to more than 5,000 courses today at …

Entrepreneurship

The 19 Wildest Hair Color Trends of 2015

People loved their rainbow hair this year.<p>Here are the 19 craziest hair color trends from this year, listed in no particular order because really, how could you rank these? They're all so magical and awesome.<p><b>1. Sand Art Hair</b>To get sand art hair, the stylist parted the hair in horizontal zigzags and …

Hair Color

Amazon and Alibaba have approached 5-year-old startup Wish, but the CEO seems to want more than $10 billion

But all the major e-commerce players have. Sources close to the company say that Amazon and Alibaba have talked about buying it in the past year. And the price they're talking about is jaw-dropping.<p>The most interesting rumor is that Amazon recently offered $10 billion in cash for Wish — and Wish …

eCommerce

These tweaks to your morning routine will make your entire day more productive

<i>This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Follow the author here.</i><p>I don’t know anyone who couldn’t use a little boost in their energy and self-control.<p>Researchers at the University of Nottingham recently published findings from their exploration of 83 separate studies on energy and self-control. …

Time Management

5 Money Moves You Must Make Now

Smart entrepreneurs take their personal finances seriously.<p>When it comes to running your business, you know the value of good advice. From the beginning, you’ve looked for mentors, advisers, and subject matter specialists who can provide guidance on everything from making an investor pitch to …

Small Business

Apple is taking its e-book price-fixing fight to the Supreme Court

Apple's long-running court battle over manipulating the pricing of e-books is getting even more dramatic. Next stop, the Supreme Court, Fortune reports. Back in June, Apple failed to get a Manhattan appeals court to overturn a 2014 ruling that would have it pay $450 million dollar settlement over …

5 Research-Backed Habits of People Who Never Skip a Workout

The first few weeks of a new fitness routine, you couldn’t be more stoked. You practically pop out of bed to hit the gym—rain or shine, snow or …