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29 Healthy (Easy!) Slow Cooker Recipes to Help You Stay on Track

<b>Follow us on</b> <b>Pinterest</b> <b>for more healthy eating inspiration.</b><p><i>Additional reporting by</i> <i>Justina Huddleston</i>

12 Simple and Delicious School Night Suppers

Now that school's back in session and everyone's schedule is a little more hectic, easy weeknight dinners are a must. These simple and delicious recipes will help you get dinner on the table fast.<p>Now that school's back in session and everyone's schedule is a little more hectic, easy weeknight …

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5 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Morning Workout

Science is indeed on the side of the early risers, showing that people who sweat in the A.M. have reduced blood pressure and get more sleep. And in a …

Easy Breakfast Casseroles for Brunch and Beyond

<b>Whether you’re prepping brunch for a group or cooking ahead for the workweek, it’s time to make friends with these large-format starts to the day.</b><p>Bacon and Egg Casserole<p>No time for bacon and eggs on a Tuesday? Whip up this puff-pastry-rimmed casserole on the weekend, and freeze leftovers for quick …

How successful people beat stress

• Sell more than other employees do<br>• Give better customer service<br>• Adjust better to new assignments<br>• Take home an average of 50 to 150% more in annual income

An Organization-Wide Approach to Good Decision Making

Behavioral economists and psychologists have uncovered scores of biases that undermine good decision-making. And, along with management experts, they have provided helpful tips that decision-makers can use to try to correct for those biases. But a comprehensive framework for achieving quality …

A Leader’s Guide to Data Analytics: A working knowledge of data science can help you lead with confidence.

Florian Zettelmeyer, a professor of marketing and director of the program on data analytics at the Kellogg School, explains why every business leader …

The Miranda Lambert Workout: Get Fit Anywhere, Anytime

Never miss a workout with this travel-friendly routine from Miranda Lambert's trainer.<p>When you're on the road as much as Miranda is—or simply away a lot during the summer—staying in great shape can be challenging. "You have to be creative with what you have and with your environment," says her …

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What Board Games Can Teach Business

Patrick Hruby<p>A board game is a tiny universe: The rules are the laws of physics or social norms, the board is the physical environment, cards often function as resources or catalysts, dice provide a dollop of randomness. And those little pawns? They’re you and me.<p><i>I’m gonna stick it to you, make you</i> …

What Maslow’s Hierarchy Won’t Tell You About Motivation

At some point in their careers, most leaders have either consciously — or, more likely, unwittingly — based (or justified) their approach to motivation on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Maslow’s idea that people are motivated by satisfying lower-level needs such as food, water, shelter, and security, …

10 Easy Recipes for a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

I used to host elaborate Thanksgiving celebrations, where I'd cook and prepare for days on end, only to be completely exhausted by the time my guests arrived on Thanksgiving day. After one glass of wine, I'd be nodding off at the table, dreaming of my pillow!<p>I used to host elaborate Thanksgiving …

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Boris Johnson on Influence and Ambition

The mayor of London explains why Churchill is a role model and whether his aspirations include the Prime Minister’s office.<p>Download this podcast<p>ALISON BEARD: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I am Alison Beard. I’m here today with Boris Johnson, the mayor of London and …

Companies Have Always Struggled to Engage Young People

<i>A capable young manager in a financial services company returns from a month’s vacation. Formerly clean cut and conservatively dressed, he’s now sporting a beard and long sideburns. He also begins appearing at work in bright-colored sport-shirts and bell-bottom trousers. He resumes working with his</i> …

Managing People on a Sinking Ship

When your business is facing declining sales, a potential buy-out, or even certain closure, how do you manage people who are likely panicking about their future? Can you keep your team’s motivation and productivity up? The short answer is yes: Even when it’s clear that a company’s in trouble, there …

How to Motivate Yourself When Your Boss Doesn’t

Let’s face it: some bosses are not inspiring. They don’t motivate us to perform at our best — let alone improve our skills. What should you do if your boss is too hands-off, ambivalent, or downright demotivating? How can you keep your engagement up and your own professional goals on track? Is it …

Learning Is the Most Celebrated Neglected Activity in the Workplace

When I am invited to “teach leadership” to managers in corporations, I use the first few minutes to address the issue of where and how one learns to lead—and what gets in the way. I usually begin with a confession and a question.<p>My confession is always the same. That I am hoping to learn something …

Crispy Green Bean Fries

It's 3 p.m. You're well aware that you should be reaching for something virtuous to snack on. Luckily, we've figured out how to make vegetables more alluring when hunger strikes. These oven-baked green beans are the answer. They're easy, satisfying and not at all bad for you.<p>It's 3 p.m. You're well …

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