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There's no shortage of advice on raising successful kids or how to coach kids. Or even how to be a kid, for that matter. But when findings from a 47-year study from noted experts on child development I
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I hope you're reading this while drinking a cup of coffee. Maybe even your second or third cup. That's because a massive new British study, examining the coffee habits and longevity of nearly 500,000 says
Smash Bros., Cyberpunk 2077, Halo Infinite, and more E3 2018 has been filled with new announcements, trailers, and reveals. With all this chaos, it’s sometimes tough to keep up with all the news. Fortunately,
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Bill Gates Reads 50 Books Per Year. But Only These 6 Leadership Books Made His List of Recommendations
In a 2016 interview at the New York Times, Bill Gates said that reading is still the "main way that I both learn new things and test my understanding." He told The Times he reads about 50 books a year.
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Mark Divine is a U.S. Navy SEAL and the founder of SEALFIT, a fitness organization for those who want to push themselves to the max. Divine is no stranger to stress and extreme circumstances. And there's
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Scientists just created an algorithm capable of performing a complete human brain simulation. Now we just have to wait for someone to build a computer powerful enough to run it. The team, comprised of
From top-performing CEOs to world-class athletes, mindfulness has become a common activity to enhance performance. Through it, you can become a better leader, friend, and controller of your surroundings.