by being the first to ask a provocative question, strangers are usually only too happy to follow suit. Helpfully, the Harvard Business Review has now published 8 great questions to ask at any kind of event.
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Think listening to music helps you block out distractions and be more productive? It can, but only under the right circumstances. Once upon a time, I was great at ignoring distractions. Loud music didn't
Because this 352 square foot house is built in a hurricane zone they opted to build it using steel SIPs. This house was designed by David J. Bailey / Stephanie Harrison-Bailey. Metal panels are from Permatherm.
These talented students give some professionals a run for their money. As we all already know, architecture students have a lot on their plates. Balancing countless studio hours, lecture time, reading
Historically, we've equated successful leadership with personality traits statistically more likely to be found in men: confidence and charisma. Truth is, neither one is correlated to success in the long-term.
Planting billions of trees across the world is by far the biggest and cheapest way to tackle the climate crisis, according to scientists, who have made the first calculation of how many more trees could
Your ideas and spirit are worth preserving. Take the struggle out of it. As a writer, I might be a little prejudiced here, but putting pen to paper or fingers to keyboard regularly is a wickedly awesome