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Oprah Winfrey Uses the Same 3 Sentences to Get Every Meeting Off to the Perfect Start

Many meetings limp to a start. The group sits waiting for people to straggle in late. Others want to keep chatting about "important" but unrelated topics: The dreaded "since I have you here" move that turns the group's agenda into a personal one. Still others keep texting and emailing while the …

Oprah Winfrey

4 Is the Magic Number for Great Conversations, New Research Reveals

Meaningful conversations are incredibly powerful. They ease our loneliness, spur thinking, and according to research, boost happiness. In business they are a wellspring of creativity and decision-making wisdom.<p>But while great conversation is incredibly valuable, it's also elusive. Sometimes a group …

William Shakespeare

This Ridiculously Easy Technique Is Scientifically Proven to Help You Remember More

Want to remember more of what you learn? There's a very simple practice that science has shown will really help. It's so easy that absolutely anyone can do it. In fact, you've done it yourself, when you were a child, although maybe not since then. It's drawing.<p>"But I can't draw!" you might say. I …

Doodling

What Pulling an All-Nighter Does to Your Mind and Body

Here's the bare minimum amount of sleep you need before a big exam.<p>You had a whole week to prepare for your Comparative Lit exam—but then, well, Assassin’s Creed happened. (Lots of Assassin’s Creed.) Now your only hope is the fallback option that college students have relied upon since the days of …

The One Voice Holding You Back Could Be Your Own | Inc.com

As I work with clients to help them become the leaders they want to be, I often find that the singular thing holding them back -- or pushing them forward -- is what they tell themselves.<p>Take, for example, my client Carissa, a high-tech professional on the path to a leadership position. Carissa has …

Body Language

We’re Dating, K-Pop Stars Declare. You’re Fired, Their Label Says.

SEOUL, South Korea — Two of South Korea’s pop idols, HyunA and E’Dawn, have learned of the painful cost of falling in love and declaring their relationship in public: On Thursday, they were fired by their management company.<p>The two performers’ falling out with their Seoul-based label, Cube …

Hyuna

I Studied Mentally Strong People for 15 Years and Discovered They All Had This One Thing in Common

As a psychotherapist, I've always been interested in things like resilience, perseverance, and self-discipline. But after losing my mother, husband, and father-in-law in just a few short years, my interest in mental strength became personal. I set out on a quest to learn about mentally strong …

Self-help

India legalized homosexuality, but many of its neighbours haven’t

India’s decision to legalize gay sex sets it apart from many of its geographical neighbours, where homosexuality is often punished with time in …

LGBTQI

Why Hasn’t Science Solved Acne Yet?

Dermatologists are cautiously optimistic that a new vaccine could work better than so many other flawed treatments.<p>There are dozens, if not hundreds, of theories on preventing and treating acne. Some people swear by supplements. Others sing the gospel of giving up dairy or even drinking dog pee in …

Birth Defects

The Rise of the Cyber-Mercenaries

The first text message showed up on Ahmed Mansoor’s phone at 9:38 on a sweltering August morning in 2016. “New secrets about torture of Emiratis in …

Human Rights

If You're Using this Word, You're Boring Your Customers

Hardly a day goes by that I don't receive at least one product announcement or press release that starts by with a statement that the writer is "excited" about something or other. Here are some real-life examples from my email inbox:<p>"We are excited to share our new website!""I'm excited to share …

Marketing

This is the suicide story you're not hearing.

For every person who goes through with it, there are 280 who decide not to. Listening to them could be life-saving.<p>In a small tent in the middle of the Panamanian jungle, Carly Schwartz clutched a plastic bag in her hands, wrestling with the idea of killing herself. She sat cross-legged on a …

Mental Health

"White hat" hackers fill companies' cybersecurity demand

Amid a gaping shortage of skilled cybersecurity hands, a cottage industry has sprung up to fill the demand, with some of the biggest U.S. companies …

Deepfakes for dancing: you can now use AI to fake those dance moves you always wanted

Thought you’d never learn to floss? AI is here to help<p>Artificial intelligence is proving to be a very capable tool when it comes to manipulating videos of people. Face-swapping deepfakes have been the most visible example, but new applications are being found every day. The latest? Call it …

Dance

Titles Don't Make Leaders

Being a long-time student of leadership, I’ve naturally heard a lot of pithy quotes about the subject. One of my favorites is from Margaret Thatcher: “Being a leader is like being a lady. If you have to remind people you are, you aren’t.”<p>Well said, Madame Prime Minister!<p>And another, by John Quincy …

Ohio State University

Russian Trolls Used Vaccine Debate to Sow Discord, Study Finds

“Don’t get #vaccines. Illuminati are behind it.”<p>“Do you still treat your kids with leaves? No? And why don’t you #vaccinate them? It’s medicine!”<p>With messages like those, Russian internet trolls meddling in the 2016 presidential election also lashed out at Americans debating the safety of vaccines, …

Public Health

How K-Pop Conquered the World

On a humid summer afternoon in New Jersey, several thousand people are screaming their hearts out in a language they don’t speak. American devotees …

How Evil Are You? Psychologists Have Developed an IQ-Like Test to Measure Your 'Dark Core'

IQ is basically steady no matter how you measure it. Apparently, so is evilness.<p>It doesn't matter what IQ test you take, where you take it, or what you have for breakfast the day you sat down to get your intelligence measured. Whatever the circumstances of the exam, your score is likely to be …

Psychology

The only way to become a better public speaker as an introvert

With sweaty palms and a dry mouth, I took a deep breath.<p>In front of a room full of chubby-faced, clumsy 4th graders and their parents, I arrived at a …

Public Speaking

9 Things Mentally Strong People Would Never Think or Say

Are you guilty of these? We all are at one time or another.<p>You've heard the notion of the "self-fulfilling prophecy" right? In a negative sense, it's a false expectation about something or someone that may affect your behavior in a way that causes those expectations to be fulfilled. Not good.<p>It's …

Self-help

How TripAdvisor changed travel

The world’s biggest travel site has turned the industry upside down – but now it is struggling to deal with the same kinds of problems that are vexing other tech giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter. By Linda Kinstler<p>Should one be so unlucky as to find oneself, as I did, lying awake in bed in …

TripAdvisor

Why AI Must Disclose That It’s AI

<i>Google’s Duplex AI now tells its interlocutors that they are speaking to the Google Assistant and that the call is being recorded. Here’s why that is</i> …

The 25 Most In-Demand Job Skills Right Now, According to LinkedIn

Stand out with these skills.<p>A whopping 94% of recruiters actively use LinkedIn to vet candidates.<p>Professionals use LinkedIn when looking for new jobs and to showcase a career and stand out to recruiters.<p>Does your profile have what it takes stand out from the masses?<p>LinkedIn released a report that …

Money

Artificial Intelligence Will Replace Tasks, Not Jobs

There is no shortage of angst when it comes to the impact of AI on jobs. For example, a survey by Pew Research Internet finds Americans are roughly twice as likely to express worry (72%) than enthusiasm (33%) about a future in which robots and computers are capable of doing many jobs that are …

Is digital technology harming our children?

Comment<p><i>Richard MacManus is wary of alarmist talk that digital devices are completely 'rewiring' childrens' brains, but argues parents should take an</i> …

Google DeepMind's AI can detect over 50 sight-threatening eye conditions

Tech industry insiders regularly herald AI as the solution to all of our problems, included those posed by health care.<p>London-based DeepMind, owned by Google's parent company, Alphabet, focuses heavily on the specifics of using artificial intelligence in health care, and on Monday it released a …

Artificial Intelligence

Your foolproof guide to creating a gallery wall

A quick glance at Pinterest and Instagram is all you need to see that gallery walls are still incredibly popular. A mix of framed photos, prints, paintings and 3D items, gallery walls are a great way to fill space and express your style.<p>To create one that looks great can be intimidating though. How …

Interview with Alto’s Odyssey developer Snowman founder Ryan Cash

With last week’s release of Alto’s Odyssey on Android, Snowman has once again let Alto loose on the slopes more than five years after Alto’s first adventure.<p>We spoke with Snowman founder Ryan Cash and Android publisher Noodlecake’s Ryan Holowaty about the challenges of moving between platforms, …

The Company That Invented the iPhone in 1990

<i>Chances are that you’ve never heard of General Magic, but in Silicon Valley the company is the stuff of legend. Magic spun out of Apple in 1990 with</i> …

How to Make Friends, According to Science

To begin, don’t dismiss the humble acquaintance.<p>“What are friends for?” This isn’t a rhetorical question. Friendship is one of life’s most important features, and one too often taken for granted.<p>The human desire for companionship may feel boundless, but research suggests that our social capital is …