Sarah Gehring

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Here’s what your body would say if it could talk

By Alan Levinovitz<p>Alan Levinovitz<p>Bio Follow<p>James Hamblin was a radiologist at the University of California Los Angeles Medical Center, but he found the job isolating, exhausting and ultimately unfulfilling. So he studied improv comedy at night, and became a health editor at the Atlantic in 2012. He …

Immune System

3 Poses To Stretch Your Chest And Loosen Up Stiff Shoulders

Photo: @FionaPeters<p><b>Surfing is one of the healthiest and most beneficial activities you can do physically, mentally, and maybe even spiritually.</b> …

2 Numbers That Will Make You a Better Rower

Would you ever just walk up to a barbell and attempt to lift it without knowing how much weight was on it? Would you just start swinging a kettlebell …

Muscle

How Nike And Under Armour Became Big Data Businesses

Like the Yankees vs the Mets, Arsenal vs Tottenham, or Michigan vs Ohio State, Nike and Under Armour are some of the biggest rivals in sports.<p>But the ways in which they compete — and will ultimately win or lose — are changing.<p>Nike and Under Armour are both companies selling physical sports apparel …

Under Armour

The Purpose Of Life Is Not Happiness: It’s Usefulness

For the longest time, I believed that there’s only purpose of life: And that is to be happy.<p>Right? Why else go through all the pain and hardship? …

4 Easy Tips to Clear Inbox Clutter from a World-Famous Tidying Guru

The life-changing magic of tidying email.<p>Even if you're not a disciple of Marie Kondo's method of organization, you've likely heard of her by now. She's the Japanese organization consultant behind <i>The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing.</i> In the <i>New York</i> …

Dear Data: You're a useful tool but 'some stones should be left unturned'

Data is the new gold. We're either creating it, collecting it, or making money with it. But can it help us get to know other people? After an …

“I Realized that My Calendar Was Full of Commitments to Other People, But Few Commitments to Myself.”

Happiness interview: <b>Amy Whitaker</b>.Amy and I met many years ago. She has a fascinating background: she got both an MBA and an MFA in painting (not a …

8 Tips for Staying Motivated When You're Not Enjoying Your Job - OLBlog

Most people go through a period of demotivation at work or in their career at some point. It’s normal. Gallup’s most recent statistics indicate that …

Extracting data from journals using SQL

Previously I wrote about how to extract data from a Journal using the Display Journal command, DSPJRN. There is an alternative approach with SQL …

Top 5 Habits to Increase Your Productivity By 30% Every Week

In 2015, an eighth grader did some research into the story behind the ‘No Irish Need Apply’ signs that were alleged to have existed in 19th century …

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Do Your Friends Actually Like You?

THINK of all the people with whom you interact during the course of a day, week, month and year. The many souls with whom you might exchange a greeting or give a warm embrace; engage in chitchat or have a deeper conversation. All those who, by some accident of fate, inhabit your world. And then ask …

Relationships

If You’re Not Helping Employees Learn, You’re Not Doing Your Job

When Frederick Taylor published his pioneering principles of scientific management in 1912, the repetitive and mundane nature of most jobs required employees to think as little as possible. Breaking down each task into basic components and standardizing workers’ behaviors to eliminate choice and …

Women Are Using Tissue Paper to Dye Their Hair and the Results Are *Crazy*

Color us impressed.<p>The internet has not only reached peak rainbow hair obsession—it now has a hack for dyeing your mane more often, for less. And by less we mean <i>under a dollar</i>.<p>The secret? Beauty bloggers are using crepe paper, as in the material used to create cheap party decorations, to dye their …

Hair Color

Here's how long you can work before your brain shuts down

I'm having a hard time starting this article.<p>According to research out of the University of Melbourne, that might be because I'm middle-aged and work …

Weight Training Diet: How to Build Muscle Mass and Lose Fat

Designing any weight training diet may be one of the most important factors in achieving your body building goals. Some bodybuilders declare that a …

Working Full-Time Could Be Bad For Your Brain After a Certain Age

We knew it.<p>Working long hours Monday to Friday is tough no matter how old you are, but recent research suggests that, if you're over 40, working more …

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Data Storytelling: Separating Fiction From Facts

Data is playing a larger role in day-to-day business conversations than ever before. The ability to communicate with data is now a necessity for business leaders, frontline employees, and everybody in between. People who may have easily avoided discussing data in the past are finding numbers being …

Data Visualization

How Food Can Improve or Worsen Your Thyroid Function

With all the conflicting information out there pertaining to your thyroid, especially regarding what to eat and what to stay away from, it may be …

This Is the Secret Sauce for Happy Employees

Before we get to the secret sauce for happy employees, let's first talk about happiness at work. It's tricky to focus on happiness at work. It's subjective, and too often leaders focus on making employees happy. This is the wrong focus.<p>Where leaders need to focus in terms of workplace happiness, is …

Employee Engagement

Autoimmune disorders are on the rise. Yet, few things are really known about them. New breakthroughs in genetics and stem cells have created cutting-edge therapies, and some studies indicate that we may have a cure in hand.

For sailors, a mutiny was one of the most harrowing and fearsome events, though if a sea captain was a tyrant, it could be justified. In the military …

11 Surprising Ways to Use TRX for Yoga

We already know that a TRX (short for total-body resistance exercise) suspension trainer is an effective tool for bodyweight moves. But did you know …

Suspension Training

What is intermittent fasting, and is it healthy?

When you hear the word "fasting," you probably think of gimmicky diets—and, um, feeling "hangry." But a growing body of research suggests that cycling super low-calorie days into your normal eating plan could potentially improve your health (more on that later). But before you skip lunch and let …

5 Foods That Help Gut Bacteria Flourish—and Why That’s a Good Thing

We spend a good portion of our lives trying to prevent bacteria from coming onto and into our bodies. We scrub down with antibacterial soap. We load …

What Is 'Being in the Zone'? -- the Fascinating Psychology of Super Productivity

Being "in the zone" is delicious, immersive, and...kinda trippy. Time collapses. Sound falls away. Suddenly we look up, and it's 4 a.m.<p>This tunnel-vision phenomenon is reported by athletes, creatives, and psychologists alike as a hyper-focused, sometimes spiritual, state of mind where anything is …

The Best Science-proven Ways to Add Strength and Size to Your Quads

If you’re looking to forge some major strength gains in your lower body, traditional weightlifting may <i>not</i> be the answer, according to research from …

True confessions of a former bikini competitor

Being long, lean, ample-bootied, and X-Men-level muscular is the calling card of a fitness competitor. See them on stage and you might think: What does one have to do to get eight-pack abs? And how come these people have NO cellulite?<p>Reality check: Though some train responsibly, many bikini …