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How to Boost Your (and Others’) Emotional Intelligence

Among the various core ingredients of talent and career success, few personal qualities have received more attention in the past decade than emotional intelligence (EQ), the ability to identify and manage your own and others’ emotions. Importantly, unlike most of the competencies that make it into …

Emotional Intelligence

Chief Executives Learn To Innovate By Thinking Like Designers

<i>The ubiquity of internet access has changed the rules of business.</i><p>The world wide web not only gave people a low-cost way to connect, but it …

⚡️Magic Mirror⚡️

##Overview<p>We took the magic mirror concept a step further by enabling user recognition<p>😃. The mirror can recognize registered users and personalize …

Raspberry Pi

The U.S. Can’t Count on Technology to Revive the Job Market

Job recovery after the 2007 recession is happening, but slowly, and wage growth is still anemic. Apart from the effects of the recession, there are concerns about the future of employment in the United States. I and others believe that the recession may have precipitated or accelerated certain …

Manufacturing

CuteCircuit: La ropa del futuro que ha seducido a U2 y Katy Perry : El futuro es apasionante

Imaginar la moda del futuro, hasta ahora, nos trasladaba a ideas de dudoso gusto estético casi siempre influenciadas por lo que hemos visto en las …

Augmented-reality headsets could help helicopter rescue pilots fly in dense fog

Could augmented reality headsets help helicopter rescue pilots to fly more safely in extreme weather conditions — including heavy fog — in which they …

Augmented Reality

Augmented reality headset helps helicopter pilots see through the clouds

Unlike commercial airlines, helicopters often fly amidst serious obstacles like skyscrapers, power lines and mountains. So when heavy fog or clouds …

West Palm Beach

Beauty

It's gonna get sappy up in here.<p>Author:<p>December 30, 2016<p>Here's your place to come talk about hair, makeup, nails, skincare whatever/whenever you feel …

How to Build a Customer Journey Map that Works

If you’ve searched for information about how to build a customer journey map, you’ve likely encountered a dizzying array of different approaches. …

Developer's introduction to Azure IoT

For the vast quantity of articles, guides and opinions written about the Internet of Things (IoT), it seems much attention goes to shiny, new …

The 40-30-20-10 Rule Of Time Management

The underlying concept behind every piece of time management advice you’ve ever received is that you should spend more focused time on what matters most and less or no time on distractions from what matters most. The trouble is that that choice is rarely black and white but, rather, filled with all …

Time Management

10 Questions That Will Transform Your Life

<i>This article was originally published on Completed Thoughts.</i><p>Have you ever asked yourself questions like these?<p>"Why do I have to get up so early?"<br>• "Why is this happening to me?"<br>• "I'm screwed, aren't I?"<br>• "Why is life so hard?"<br>• "I should just give up, shouldn't I?<p>If you are like the average person, you …

Happiness

10 Rules to Live By for Those Who Want to Live a Positive Life

<b>1. Be comfortable in your own skin.</b><p>The first step to becoming happy is to feel comfortable in your own skin. Everyone was born with a flaw. No one is perfect. Accept yourself with what you're born with whether it be your background, your skin, your nose, your eyes, your hair, your freckles, your …

Happiness

You can learn to be creative, if you’re willing to embarrass yourself

In 1666, one of the most influential scientists in history was strolling through a garden when he was struck with a flash of creative brilliance that would change the world.<p>While standing under the shade of an apple tree, Sir Isaac Newton saw an apple fall to the ground. “Why should that apple …

Creativity

The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs

His saga is the entrepreneurial creation myth writ large: Steve Jobs cofounded Apple in his parents’ garage in 1976, was ousted in 1985, returned to rescue it from near bankruptcy in 1997, and by the time he died, in October 2011, had built it into the world’s most valuable company. Along the way …

11 Things Happy Couples Never Do

Or not often, at least.<p><i>This article was written by Rabbi Shlomo Slatkin and repurposed with permission from YourTango.</i><p>Happiness in a relationship takes much more than luck. It takes a conscious daily effort to put healthy relationship habits into practice. Sounds simple, but that alone is very …

Wiener Kaiserschmarrn - Rezept

Erstellt von Chelle<p>Wundervoller Wiener Kaiserschmarrn, der unseren Gaumen Freude bereitet. Das Rezept für köstliche Momente.<p>Zubereitung<p>Für diesen …

10 Ways to Experience Kyoto

After Osaka, it was time to get on the Shinkansen again, and head out to Kyoto.<p>Follow our Journey here:<p>10 Things to do in Osaka<br>How To Navigate …

Japan

Now *this* is Japanese culture! 4 shops in Kyoto where you can have a Geisha experience! – Japan Info

Maiko are famous characters, right up there with Samurai and Ninja.<br>With faces painted white like snow and breathtakingly beautiful kimonos, they were …

Japan

5 Common Mistakes Travelers Make in Japan

Yuko Ehara, the Palace Hotel Tokyo's expert on manners, shares five of travelers’ most common mistakes—and what to do instead.<p>With its baroque rituals and ancient traditions, Japanese etiquette strikes fear in the hearts of even seasoned travelers. But no need to worry: It’s effort—not …

Where The World's Best Chef Eats In Tokyo, The World's Best Food Town

<i>Photo: Getty Images</i><p><i>By Jeralyn Gerba for Fathom |</i> <i>Fathom editorial director Jeralyn Gerba recently had the good fortune to fly to Tokyo (thanks All Nippon Airways!) to have lunch at Noma Japan, the six-week pop-up restaurant and global culinary event that had the food world enthralled.</i> She had the …

Japan