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10 Uncommon Habits of Extraordinarily Productive People | Inc.com

Whatever your definition of success (each person's definition of "success" is and should be different), one thing is true for everyone: Success means getting things done.<p>Highly successful people are able to get a lot more things done, and here are simple ways you can too.<p>1. They eliminate every …

Time Management

9 Ways to Become More Creative in the Next 10 Minutes | Inc.com

Modern culture often labels creativity as natural gift. Artists get showered with praise and proclamations of "you're so <i>talented</i>," but truthfully, talent has little to do with it.<p>Creativity is a skill to be learned, practiced, and developed, just like any other. Juggling takes practice, as does …

Creativity

When the Son of Hamas Spied for Israel

Code-named ‘The Green Prince,’ Mosab Hassan Yousef betrayed his father and passed intel from the highest echelons of Hamas to Israel’s internal …

The Leg Workout That Will Turn Your Lower Body to Jelly—in 15 Minutes!

Hit your legs from all angles with this quick, grueling circuit<p>Working your lower body is tough. The movements that train your quads, glutes, and hamstrings—like squats and lunges—require a ton of effort and a lot of willpower. No wonder leg day gets a bum rap.<p>But you don't have to spend 45 minutes …

Workouts

What Does It Take to Change the World?

<i>Photo L to R: Neil Blumenthal, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Warby Parker; Maggie Doyne, Founder & Director, Kopila Valley Children's Home and School, Nepal; Dr. Oliver Rothschild, Founding Director, Kepler</i><p>What does it take to make the world a better place? Three young change makers shared their stories at …

What Is The Most Dangerous Impact Of Climate Change?

<i>NOAA</i> <i>concluded in 2011</i> <i>that “human-caused climate change [is now] a major factor in more frequent Mediterranean droughts.” Reds and oranges highlight</i> …

Porsche's first vehicle found in shed after a century

First vehicle was electric and made in 1898<p>The first Porsche ever made has been recovered from a shed in Austria where it sat for over 100 years. The vehicle is called the "Egger-Lohner electric vehicle, C.2 Phaeton model" — nicknamed the "P1" for short — and was created by Ferdinand Porsche …

Stone Age mural ups the stakes in quest for oldest map

<i>(Image: Keith Clarke)</i><p>Who were the first cartographers? This Stone Age mural may be the oldest known depiction of a volcanic eruption, according …

Stone Age

Pictures of the Week 1.3.14

DAY 1/7 OF JUICE CLEANSE When I juice in big amounts, I don't use any specific recipes, but just mix different kinds of fruits and vegetables in the right proportion so that my juice tastes good. Here are my HEALTHY JUICE ingredients: - Spinach, Romaine lettuce, endives, bokchoy, broccoli, celery, cucumber, lemongrass, green apples, oranges, carrots, pineapple, beetroot, lemon, ginger root. The RESULT: About 2.7 liter (~90 oz). This will last me about 1.5 days. For this batch of juice, I used my Greedy Gabby. See my juicer here: http://juicing-for-health.com/kuvings-wide-mouth-slow-juicer.html It is perfectly fine to store juices extracted using a slow juicer, in a bottle, in the fridge for up to 24 hours. A food scientist tested that juices extracted this way and stored overnight loses about 4-8% nutrients. This is acceptable to me, if it saves me time juicing and washing up 3-4 times a day! If you're new to juicing, please don't get overwhelmed with what to juice. See this page for some tips on how to make tasty green juices: http://juicing-for-health.com/how-to-make-green-juices.html Happy Juice Cleansing !! :) Sara Ding

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How Google has been making Android a safer place since 2012

Last year in June, Google brought Android Jelly Bean 4.1 to the world. It was a wonderful day, too. It brought with it Project Butter, which spelled the end for lag for a lot of people. Android was running smoother and more complete than ever. Who’d have known that just a year later, we’d be …