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5 Secrets to Building Self-Discipline

What are some good ways to build strong self-discipline? <i>originally appeared on</i> Quora <i>- the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p>Answer <b>by</b> Nela Canovic<b>, Productivity hacker, writer, entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, on</b> Quora:<p><b>Here’s why</b> …

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Six Brain Hacks To Learn Anything Faster

Research proves there are ways to learn new skills and concepts with speed and ease.<p>Whether it’s a new technology, a foreign language, or an advanced skill, staying competitive often means learning new things. Nearly two-thirds of U.S. workers have taken a course or sought additional training to …

The College Student’s Guide to Living Cheaply

<i>Andy Wallner is a freelance writer and web developer that specializes in providing information to students considering a marketing degree, or</i> …

8 Habits To Help You Learn 100% Faster And Better

How envious we are of fast learners. They always seem to catch onto everything at a glance while we, the common folks, seem to struggle through the …

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There’s going to be a pedestrian-friendly party across 60 blocks in Lower Manhattan this Saturday

It looks like one of NYC's biggest summer parties just got bigger: Summer Streets, the car-free pedestrian festival, opened with a bang this …

What millennials wish their aging parents would tell them

This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org.<p>Boomer-generation parents, listen: Your millennial kids are willing to offer assistance …

How to Choose a College Major

Be patient, but proactive.<p>After months (or perhaps longer) of poring over college brochures, visiting campuses, and picturing yourself donning different school colors, you finally decided where to go to college. So, the decision-making is done, right? Not necessarily. There’s also that whole …