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Feedback Is Different For Men And Women Leaders, Here's Why | Inc.com

Have you ever been blindsided by feedback, or thrown off course because no one gave you feedback you needed?<p>Feedback is the ongoing formal and informal input you get from the sources all around you. It includes the explicit messages you get from the people with whom you work, but feedback can also …

Women Leaders

The Outdoor Industry Has Too Many White Dudes

The outdoor world has a diversity problem. Few places is this fact more evident than at the biannual industry trade show Outdoor Retailer in Salt Lake City. Almost everybody on the floor looked like me—a white dude from Oregon—right down to the flannel shirt and trucker cap. Thankfully, lots of …

The 16 Best Italian Foods You Can Get at Trader Joe's

Trader Joe's has some of the best hidden gems among its stocked aisles, including amazing Italian foods that rival products from artisanal markets. I take Italian food very seriously — garlicky pasta for life — and I swear by a handful of Trader Giotto's cheeses, pastas, and dried goods, not only …

Cooking

6 Apps That Make Skiing Better and Safer

I love to ski, but between the storm tracking, time in a car, expensive lift tickets, and danger (both inbounds and out), this sport can be a pain in the ass. One way that I’ve made the whole process more manageable is to rely on a series of useful winter apps. Of course, they don’t replace good …

Why I'm Bringing My Daughter to the Women's March on Washington

Thousands of women—and their daughters—are trekking to the capital to take part in the Women's March on Washington. Discover the reasons why they think it's essential to take part together.<p>Following the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, millions of women will march on January …

New Jersey

One in five students regret their choice of university, new study shows

More than a fifth of students enrolled at university would have chosen differently if they had been given a second chance, a new study has revealed.<p>According to a new survey published today by the website The Student Room, 20 percent of students would have picked differently having sampled their …

Congress moves to give away national lands, discounting billions in revenue and millions of jobs

Though recreation on public lands creates $646bn in economic stimulus and 6.1m jobs, Republicans are setting in motion a giveaway of Americans’ birthright<p>Update: Republicans back off bill to sell public land after outcry<p>In the midst of highly publicized steps to dismantle insurance coverage for 32 …

Forests

Here's Why You Need to Stop Worrying About the Worst-Case Scenario

Focusing on and preparing for unlikely catastrophes just distracts you from the difficult-but-possible goals you've set for yourself.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Family legend tells of my European grandfather walking around the house naked, wearing a top hat. “Why …

Intellectual Property

Get Ready for American National Parks to Have 'Multiple Uses'

Some may just double as oil fields.<p>WASHINGTON, D.C.—We've had a little fun watching <i>The Hill,</i> a venerable Capitol Hill tipsheet, turn into clickbait for the new regime. But there was a story there on Thursday that was not funny in the least. The incoming administration is preparing to pretty much …

National Parks

The Secret to Helping Your Average Child Succeed | Inc.com

Let's face it: Your children are not likely to be above average. Unlike the people of Lake Wobegon, our kids follow a standard bell curve and that means most children will fall into the "average" category. Not brilliant. Not stupid. Just normal kids.<p>While we like to think that our offspring will, …

Teaching

Being a Strategic Leader Is About Asking the Right Questions

If you asked the world’s most successful business leaders what it means to “be strategic,” how many different answers do you think you’d get? Consider this number: 115,800,000. It’s the number of unique links returned when I searched online for “strategic leadership.”<p>There’s a good reason for all …

Management

Drizzle Maple Syrup Over Snow for a Tasty, Sticky Winter Treat

It might seem odd to those who live in more temperate climates, but snow is a thing that people eat, and it’s mostly safe. With the right toppings, …

A Look Back: “I Did My Best Job Teaching A “Growth Mindset” Today – Here’s The Lesson Plan”

<b>In February, this blog will be celebrating its ten-year anniversary! Leading up to it, I’m re-starting a series I tried to do in the past called “A</b> …

The Dark Side of Tech in the Classroom: Caveats for Implementing Tech in Schools

It’s true that technology in the classroom can be a helpful thing. There are numerous reasons to implement tech in the classroom. And, when used …

How to Think About Vaccines

In early 2008, an unvaccinated seven-year-old boy returned to San Diego from a trip to Switzerland with his family. A week later, he developed a fever and a sore throat, followed by a rash. The boy was eventually given a diagnosis of measles, but only after he had infected five children at his …

How Studying or Working Abroad Makes You Smarter

How does studying or working abroad change you? You return with a photo album full of memories and a suitcase full of souvenirs, sure. But you may …

Creativity

Hang In There, Moms Of Little Ones — In Some Ways, It Definitely Gets Easier

My youngest child — my third baby and my only boy — just turned 8. <i>Eight.</i> It seems impossible that my youngest kid is that old, yet here we are. Time …

Parenting

Call of the wild: can America’s national parks survive?

America’s national parks are facing multiple threats, despite being central to the frontier nation’s sense of itself<p>Autumn in the North Cascades National Park and soggy clouds cling to the peaks of the mountains that inspired the musings of Beat poets such as Jack Kerouac and Alan Ginsberg 60 years …

National Parks

Tips to Teach Kindness to Your Kids, According to Doctors

Children are listening.<p>During the election, messages of hate, fear and intolerance were propagated across different media and into communities. And …

Southern Poverty Law Center

What Successful People (Who Are Actually Happy) Do Differently

Achievement rarely produces the sense of lasting happiness that you think it will. Once you finally accomplish the goal you've been chasing, two new goals tend to pop up unexpectedly.<p>We long for new achievements because we quickly habituate to what we've already accomplished. This habituation to …

Could Low Iron Intake During Pregnancy Raise Autism Risk?

Beer & Pretzel Baked Chicken Wings

• Place all the wings in a large bowl and pour in the ale.<br>• Let the wings marinate for 1 hour in the fridge.<br>• Preheat oven to 380F, 190C.<br>• Place the wings on …

Pretzel