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The three levels of self-awareness you need to hit before you know yourself

Self-awareness is like great sex: everyone thinks they have a ton of it, but in reality no one knows what the fuck they’re doing.<p>The fact is that the majority of our thoughts and actions are on autopilot. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing either. Our habits, routines, impulses, and reactions carry …

According to Harvard, This 1 Leadership Trait Separates Exceptional Leaders From the Rest

Better team collaboration, stronger employee commitment, and lower staff turnover are possible, if you can lead with compassion.<p>When researchers Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter looked at the factors that separated exceptional leaders from the pack, one trait stood out above the rest: …

Three common arguments for preserving the Electoral College – and why they’re wrong

<b>(Reuters/Nancy Wiechec)</b><p>How did we get here, and how do we democratize presidential elections?<p>Robert Speel<p>November 16, 2016 8:23am (UTC)<p><i>This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article.</i><p>In November 2000, newly elected New York Senator Hillary Clinton promised that …

When It’s Worth Having a Meeting Before Your Meeting

Imagine the following scenario. You’re a division president of a Fortune 500 company and you’ve been tapped to run a crucial new initiative. The executive committee has targeted Southeast Asia as a new market for your company, and you’re tasked with reorienting the strategic focus of your division. …

Sow hardy annuals now for a colourful display next year

Sowing in autumn gives poppies, corn marigolds, cornflowers and other hardy annuals a head start<p>I’ve been looking out of our lounge window onto a singed hay meadow all summer, which would be fine if we lived opposite a farm. But what I’m gazing at, rather downheartedly, is my attempt at creating an …

I helped create a climate of fear in the new age of terrorism, and I’m sorry

<b>(Reuters/Allison Joyce)</b><p>My daughter, in college, will now have to clean up the mess my generation helped create.<p>Peter Van Buren<p>September 20, 2016 8:58am (UTC)<p><i>This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.</i> <br>I recently sent my last kid off for her senior year of college. There are rituals to such …

National Security

The end of American democracy could be weeks away

President Obama put it starkly: "Democracy is on the ballot" in November. That is an unprecedented and terrifying statement from a sitting U.S. …

Deer Proof Raised Garden Bed

This step by step diy project is about rustic <b>deer proof raised garden plans plans</b>. If you want to grow your own vegetables but you have trouble with …

An Anniversary of Shame

Fifteen years after 9/11, we're still entangled in the bad decisions America made following the disaster. But some in the CIA say the whole thing could have been over in six months.<p>Fifteen years ago, Americans given a glimpse of the future wouldn’t have been surprised to learn that the nation was …

A week with Trump: inside the campaign that keeps confounding

Donald Trump greeted by hundreds of adoring voters, vowed to expand the military and took reporters on an exclusive plane ride. All in a week’s work<p>All of Donald Trump’s strengths and weaknesses were on display this week as he kicked off the homestretch of his presidential campaign.<p>From a walk …

The Silent Rise and Blossoming of Qualitative Research

<b>By Edward Appleton</b><i>“The qualitative research renaissance is in full swing”.</i>Wow – a bold assertion from Adam Rossow on the GreenBook Blog.Is it …

The 21st Century’s 100 greatest films

The best that cinema has had to offer since 2000 as picked by 177 film critics from around the world.<p>“They don’t make ‘em like they used to.”<p>How often have we all heard that resigned expression? How often have we said it ourselves? ‘The death of cinema’ is debated in university film studies …

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Metabolism in Mind: New Insights into the "Gut–Brain Axis" Spur Commercial Efforts to Target It

What if controlling the appetite were as easy as flipping a switch? It sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but Jeffrey Friedman of Rockefeller …

The appeal of Donald Trump

THE church billboards in the mountains of middle Tennessee give a fair sense of the region’s politics. Lately they have expressed support for the …

Donald Trump

Netflix's newest hit show was rejected at least 15 times by other networks — here's why that's important

But it wasn't always clear that it was going to be a success, according to its creators, Matt and Ross Duffer.<p>The show, a supernatural thriller filled with '80s nostalgia, wasn't a concept that networks immediately "got." In fact, Matt told Rolling Stone that "Stranger Things" had been rejected 15 …

Ancient Egyptian History

HOME / Table of Contents = Civilizations - Cultures - Areas - Regions - Prehistory <br>Other Archaeological Sites / The Neolithic of the Levant (500 Page …

12 lingering questions we have after watching the first season of Stranger Things

We really dug the first season of Netflix’s show <i>Stranger Things</i>. It’s a great mix of nostalgia for the films of the 1980s and a great story about a town getting to the bottom of a strange disappearance of a local boy. Like any good show, it left us wanting a bit more, and left us some questions to …

The Key for Democrats: Expose Trump as Weak, Not Strong

Trump’s fatally thin skin is what really disqualifies him, a former presidential speechwriter argues. Hillary should campaign against that.<p>American presidents get insulted and abused and lied about more than anyone on earth. They don’t have the options of thin-skinned dictators who jail dissidents …

Six science fiction novels you should be reading

There’s no better place to catch up with the best in recent science fiction than the shortlist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award. Selected from more …

How neuroscience can help us understand — and address — police racial profiling

<b>(Susan Chiang via iStock)</b><p>Before they can begin to counteract implicit bias, law enforcement officers must first be aware of its existence<p>Gleb Tsipursky<p>July 24, 2016 12:00pm (UTC)<p>The deliberate murders of white police officers in Baton Rouge and Dallas are terrible acts of lawless revenge for …

Justice

The New Science of Empathic Accuracy Could Transform Society

Do you believe that the ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and feel empathetic is more the result of gut intuition or systematic …

Donald Trump Completes Takeover of Republican Party Shell

Christopher Morris—VII for TIME<p>Christopher Morris—VII for TIME<p>Landon Nordeman for TIME<p>Landon Nordeman for TIME<p>Landon Nordeman for TIME<p>Christopher …

In Cleveland, sea of white reflects GOP's math problem

After Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential election, Republican Party heavyweights uniformly agreed that white voters alone do not hold the keys to winning the White House.<p>Yet in 2016, another overwhelmingly white gathering of Republican convention delegates — the makeup clear on television …

Ted Cruz Didn't Endorse Trump At Trump's Own Convention

Let the 2020 speculation ramp up.<p>CLEVELAND ― Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) saw his big moment at the Republican National Convention drowned out by thunderous boos on Wednesday night as he notably declined to endorse his former foe Donald Trump for president.<p>The speech had started with a diametrically …

8 common traits of highly intelligent people

Some users claim to know from personal experience; others are just taking an educated guess.<p>As it turns out, many users gave answers that researchers would agree with.<p>We pulled eight of the most intriguing Quora responses and explained the science behind them — and let's just say that we feel a lot …

Albert Einstein

27 Goodest Tweets We Scrolled Past This Week #43

This week’s tweets will at least make you feel SOMETHING.<p>I like to sit on my hand until it goes numb so it feels like someone else is liking my …