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6 Expert Ways to Make Sure Your Kids Will Be Great Leaders as Adults | Inc.com

Many people make the mistake of buying into persistent leadership myths:<p><i>Leadership is an innate skill you either have or you don't and only a select few are capable of learning the needed skills to excel.</i><p>In fact, most great leaders develop through the pursuit of skills over a long career. Some even …

Leadership

Want to Live Remarkably? 9 Things a Navy SEAL Says You Should Always Do | Inc.com

One of the instructors on <i>The Selection</i> is Ray Care, a 12-year veteran of the United States Navy who spent 10 years serving as a SEAL; later Ray served as an overseas security officer for government agencies.<p>I had the honor of speaking with Ray about perseverance, developing the right mindset, the …

Special Forces

Logan will never get an Oscar nomination, because comic book movies will never get Oscar nominations

<i>Luke Owen on Logan’s “Oscar chances”…</i><p>Amidst all the news and rumours of a possible Deadpool cameo in <b>Logan</b> [see here, here and here], Ryan Reynolds …

How ‘Sherlock of the library’ cracked the case of Shakespeare’s identity

Literary detective Heather Wolfe reveals how her passion for manuscripts helped unravel mystery of who the bard really was<p>Deep in the Folger Library, in Washington DC, Heather Wolfe says that studying Shakespeare makes an ideal preparation for the onset of Trump’s America. You can see her point: …

Literature

Indonesian minister says Melbourne protester's actions 'intolerable'

Indonesia’s foreign minister has urged Australian authorities to act against a trespassing protester who climbed on to the roof of the consulate-general in Melbourne and displayed a West Papuan flag.<p>A video of Friday’s protest shows a man scaling a wall to enter the consulate and climb on the roof …

Australia

'I fell out of bed laughing': writers on their favourite funny book

Nina Stibbe, David Nicholls, Bridget Christie and others reveal the books that made them laugh the most<p>Jonathan Coe: Will satire save us in the age of Trump?<p><b>At Freddie’s</b> <b>by</b> <b>Penelope Fitzgerald</b><p><b>Chosen by David Nicholls</b><p>So many of my early reading memories involve hysterical laughter. There was Adrian …

Books

How to quit sugar this year: 'It's a lifestyle change, not a diet'

Week four is when most people experience a crash, and mine is monumental. But by week six, I’ve come through the other side<p>• From getting stronger to writing that novel – how to achieve your goal<p>It’s Monday night, and I’m clutching an eight-pack of mini Kellogg’s cereals in the queue of my local …

World Health Organization

Claire Ptak’s recipes for two light desserts free from refined sugar

Chocolate peanut butter slabs and silky chocolate mousse have been appearing and re-appearing in my kitchen lately. I have been feeling the weight of the festive season’s perpetual cheese and mince pies, so I am experimenting with lighter sweets – removing refined sugars and dairy for a change. …

Dessert

Why Anything Slow Cookers Can Do, Others Can Do Better

People love their slow cookers. I mean, they <i>love</i> them. Month after month, they continue to be one of the top-selling kitchen appliances, and the number of websites and books dedicated to recipes for them is staggering. And with good reason. At least on the surface, slow cookers offer a level of …

The ultra-healing, Ayurvedic cider latte everyone in Brooklyn is freaking out over

When Montauk Juice Factory partners Madeleine Murphy and Bret Caretsky decided to expand their enterprise to include a Brooklyn brick and mortar, …

Small Spaces

The 93-year-old Englishwoman who is the rock star of Mexican cooking

Over the past five decades, Diana Kennedy has received countless accolades for her pioneering food writing, but being called the Mick Jagger of Mexican cooking is the one that tickled her most.<p>“It was after I’d given a rousing talk at the Texas book festival in my leather trousers and fur-lined …

Mexico