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British and American scientists have published new research showing that group nature walks help us combat stress while boosting mental well-being. Researchers from the University of Michigan and Edge
If you’ve ticked off Europe's big city hitters such as Paris, Rome and Madrid, then Lonely Planet Traveller magazine has some suggestions for your next trip. Jerez de la Frontera, Spain Jerez distils culture
Ask someone to name Europe's great wine destinations and chances are you’ll wait a long time before they say Moldova. That’s not surprising, as this sliver of a country wedged between Romania and Ukraine
Want to use your leadership to drive cultural change at your company? Here’s what it takes: a 9-point checklist of what we’ve found, as culture change consultants, to be required for a company culture
If you do a basic search for the term "US oil production," chances are that you will come across a slew of articles singing the praises of the oil and gas industry. Adjectives like "flooding" and "overwhelming"
Grapevines march across wires strung along rolling hills, their little trunks improbably supporting heavy black fruit. Cindy Steinbeck’s family has been farming this land in central California since 1920.
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We're all students of body language. Too bad we're not students of our own body language. Here are some tips to help ensure your body language works for, and not against, you: 1. Prep with a power pose.
It's easy to think of happiness as a result, but happiness is also a driver. One example: While I'm definitely into finding ways to improve personal productivity (whether a one-day burst, or a lifetime,
A solar-powered Grand Prix combines the speed of auto racing with the elegance of yachting. Monaco has always been known for its annual Formula 1 Grand Prix, in which racers whip around the hairpin turns
Warren Berger, author of A More Beautiful Question, collected the provocative questions top designers, tech innovators, and entrepreneurs ask themselves to spark creativity. In a previous post, I shared
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Willpower is not something you either have or you don't. Sure, some people may be more self-disciplined than you. Some people may be better at resisting temptation than you. But that's probably not because