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The 18 Best Workout Moves For Your Chest

Your chest deserves more than just the bench press.<p>To build a strong (and strong-looking) upper body, you'd better start with the chest.<p>You don't want your pecs to look droopy and uninspired, and you <i>definitely</i> don't want to skimp out on the strength benefits that come from a well-trained chest.<p>If …

Great Storytelling Connects Employees to Their Work

I once spent a few delicious days studying Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG), a collection of high-end, casual eateries started by the famed New York restauranteur, Danny Meyer. He had recently claimed the key to his success was creating a “culture of hospitality.” I set out to discover how.<p>One …

Your Brain Has A Hunger Off Switch, And It May Be Possible To Switch It Off Faster

A new study has located a set of brain cells that control appetite, and activating them by eating more of certain foods could be a key to losing weight.<p>The brain cells are called tanycytes and they’re found in a brain region called the hypothalamus, which plays a crucial role in how our bodies …

Nutrition

17 Skills That Are Hard to Learn but Will Pay Off Forever

#7: Mind your business<p>The best things in life may be free, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take time, sweat, and perseverance to acquire.<p>That’s …

Self-improvement

Case Study: How Much Should a New CEO Shake Things Up?

Sena Aslan, the CEO of FDM Turkey, wished the drive from the Ankara airport to the bank’s largest branch were a bit longer. She had made site visits a hallmark of her short tenure at the company’s helm, because they helped her see how frontline employees were weathering the changes she’d been …

How the Best CEOs Get the Important Work Done

If you’re a chief executive officer, your job is to execute. It’s written right into your title. But what does it mean, in terms of daily tasks, to be the company’s top “executer?” After all, CEOs don’t actually build factories or sell products.<p>It’s tempting, therefore, to view the CEO as primarily …

Value creation in medical device M&A

Successful large, transformative deals are rare in medical devices. With further consolidation ahead, future acquirers need to reconsider their …