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Preventing Mom Meltdowns

As mothers, we know how to keep our kids from dissolving into a tantrum: Not overscheduling them, getting little ones down for naps on time, keeping a regular bedtime, and making sure they are well fed. If we do our best to stick to these habits, it's more likely that meltdowns will be kept to a …

What Really Happens to Your Breasts After Pregnancy

Many were left bewildered when <i>Page Six</i> reported back in July that supermodel and über human <b>Gisele Bündchen</b> had supposedly sneaked into a Parisian plastic surgeon’s office in a burka to have some “work” done on her breasts. The alleged work would seem out of character for the hardcore yogi and …

Pregnancy

Report: Digital Transformation and the New Customer Experience

We’re under attack! Social, mobile, real-time, cloud, big data…it’s coming at us all at once! Rather than miss out, many brands are jumping from …

<i>“Progress is never permanent, will always be threatened, must be redoubled, restated and reimagined if it is to survive.”</i><p>Zadie Smith on optimism and despair, superb read:<p><i>“The fact that religions through the ages have spoken in images, parables, and paradoxes means simply that there are no other</i> …

Ursula K. Le Guin

Fixed vs. Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives

<i>“If you imagine less, less will be what you undoubtedly deserve,”</i> Debbie Millman counseled in one of the best commencement speeches ever given, urging: <i>“Do what you love, and don’t stop until you get what you love. Work as hard as you can, imagine immensities…”</i> Far from Pollyanna platitude, this …

The Woman Who Helped Define Facebook’s Culture Explains How Startups Can Explain Who They Are To The World

A company’s founder can set the tone for how the culture thrives. Here’s how Facebook did it, and your business can, too.<p>When Molly Graham joined Facebook in 2008, the company still felt scrappy. With 400 employees serving 80 million users, people were so busy “moving fast and breaking things” that …

Microsoft Research – Emerging Technology, Computer, and Software Research

AI News and Innovations<p>Humans play an indispensable role in many modern AI-enabled services – not just as consumers of the service, but as the actual …

5-Minute Flatbread Pizza with Prosciutto, Arugula, and Mozzarella Recipe

This recipe is a slight cheat on skillet pizza, since it uses pre-made flatbread instead of pizza dough. Then again, it really does only take five minutes to make, so I don't feel badly about it at all. I made two personal pizzas in succession and the first one didn't get soggy or cold by the time …

Rack of Lamb with Mint and Capers

Garlic and lemon invigorate the familiar pairing of succulent roasted rack of lamb and mint in an intense marinade that infuses the meat overnight. The fresh herb then makes an encore in a sauce with capers that's slathered generously on the lamb and served on the side.

Food

Technology Isn’t The Only Answer to Digital Disruption

Let’s take a closer look at the Wheel of Disruption, which has since been updated since its debut in <i>What’s the Future of Business</i>. In the center is the “Golden Triangle,” of Social, Mobile and Real-Time surrounded by the Cloud. The Golden Triangle is encircled by other emergent technologies and …

Eating More Vegetables Can Almost Halve Your Risk of Dying

We’ve all been told to eat our vegetables, and even if we don’t like it, we know they’re good for us. But a new study shows just how good for our …

Rebranding yourself for success

<i>Work on a “new” you and let the world know about it</i><p>Getting ahead in one’s career requires qualities that have been oft-repeated, such as hard work, …

Watching Team Upworthy Work Is Enough to Make You a Cynic. Or Lose Your Cynicism. Or Both. Or Neither.

Rebecca Eisenberg, an editor for the viral website Upworthy, works from the back of her Jersey City apartment, surrounded by <i>Star Trek</i> posters, felt …

Online is the New Real World: Your Digital Reputation Precedes You

With the social web and proliferation of apps, smart phones and always on internet access, we are becoming a society of accidental narcissists. I …

50 Ways to Promote and Market your Blog Posts

So you have hit the publish key on your latest blog post.<p>The angels are singing, the sun is shining and a torrent of traffic is about to turn up. It …

Is your Content Boring? 8 Types of Content Every Business Should Consider Publishing

Ever sat down at a dinner party and after a few minutes of conversation the guest opposite you started yawning?<p>Is your content boring?<p>Most of us have …

Nine Valuable Marketing Lessons From a Nonprofit

Typically, nonprofits are not known for having stellar marketing strategies, but there are a few that do stand out. They recognize the power of …

4 Essential Skills for Bootstrapping Start-Ups | Inc.com

"Bootstrapping" your start-up company means you don't have a ton of capital to spend on items that are essential to success. After the essentials are secured--legal, compliance and other regulatory obligations--there might be little leftover for marketing. The advertising portion of your business …

Startups

14 Key Branding Materials to ‘Do More Good’ in 2014

Your organization was founded on the principle of doing good. Which is great! Er, I guess it’s just good?<p>So how do you go from ‘good’ to …

Nonprofits

Why You Should Drink Warm Water & Lemon

The way you start each day is incredibly important. Whether you're a mom, a coach, a writer, a small business owner or a yoga teacher, what you do …

The Six Biggest Trends In Social That Will Blow Your Mind

by Eric T. Tung | January 6, 2014<p>Around this time of year, you’ll see plenty of year-end recaps and next-year previews, but I’m about the bigger …

Marketing

Fifteen things Canadians can do to be healthier this year

Joren Cull for The Globe and Mail<p>A pickle a day<p>At one time, fermented foods were common with every meal. Research has now shown that fermented foods are full of good germs that improve our overall health. By bringing foods such as sauerkraut, kimchee, kombucha, fermented sausages, fermented …

Online business opportunities and trends

As more and more consumers embrace digital technology, their relationship with your business is changing. Canadians are using a variety of devices to …

Best of Neuromarketing - 2013 - Neuromarketing

It’s time for our annual roundup of the top 12 posts here at Neuromarketing. The main criteria for selection is the amount of reader sharing and …

Coca-Cola

Top 7 Content Marketing Blogs To Read In 2014

How are you going to stay on top?<p>More has happened in the last 12 months than anyone we could have predicted, and the next year sounds like it’s …

Study Investigates the Nature of Altruism

Share<p>Share<p>Tweet<p>Email<p>Shares 0<p>December 21, 2013; New York Times<p>For over 20 years, the dominant paradigm has been James Andreoni’s theory of “warm glow” …

Nonprofits

How to get more Twitter followers in 9 different ways

The Internet does much to level the playing field for sharing a message. Twitter flattens it. So much so, that it’s difficult to stand out, to reach the audience you’re interested in and gain their attention. How can you get more twitter followers?<p>If you spend much time on Twitter, you’ve certainly …