Kedar Madhukar Vaze

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9 successful people share the toughest lessons they learned at their first jobs

For this installment, we asked CEOs, authors, and entrepreneurs: What advice would you give to someone just starting their first real job?<p>Read all the articles from this and other installments of The Success Series here.

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MU

<b>MU</b>, <b>Mu</b> or <b>µ</b> may refer to:<p>Film and television[edit]<p>Aries Mu, a character from the anime Saint Seiya<br>• Mu La Flaga, a character from the anime <i>Mobile Suit</i> …

Secrets of the teenage brain

Several years ago Frances E Jensen’s 16-year-old son wrote off a car. A few years earlier, her other son had returned from a friend’s house with his hair dyed jet black. The University of Pennsylvania neurologist was finding her teenagers’ erratic behaviour increasingly taxing, so she decided to …

The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs

His saga is the entrepreneurial creation myth writ large: Steve Jobs cofounded Apple in his parents’ garage in 1976, was ousted in 1985, returned to rescue it from near bankruptcy in 1997, and by the time he died, in October 2011, had built it into the world’s most valuable company. Along the way …

What Everyone Should Know About Managing Up

Photo by Andrew Nguyen<p>Having a healthy, positive relationship with your boss makes your work life much easier — it’s also good for your job satisfaction and your career. But some managers don’t make it easy. Bad bosses are the stuff of legend. And too many managers are overextended, overwhelmed, or …

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What Are The Biggest Telescopes in the World (and Space)?

When you want to watch the sky, size really matters. The more light a telescope can collect, the more information we can get about stars, galaxies, …

Colliding black holes could warp space-time itself

A team of prominent researchers has discovered what appears to be the start of two massive black holes at the centers of their own galaxies beginning to collide.<p>Such an event should come as no surprise, considering that there are up to 200 billion galaxies in the universe (according to Space.com), …

Kids Discover

Northern India's Valley of Flowers is snowed in most of the year, but colorful flora bloom there from June through September after heavy monsoon …

19 Science-Backed Reasons to Meditate

With more and more people touting its life-changing benefits (we’re looking at you, Anderson Cooper!), it’s safe to say that meditation has gone …

Mindfulness

Rewire Your Brain and Become a Better Leader

The latest neuroscience research explains exactly how to inspire people to follow where you lead.<p>Almost all theories of leadership boil down to a single question: "How can I get people to willingly follow me?" The question is almost always answered: "Use this combination of carrots and sticks."<p>But …

Top 5 Neuroscience Discoveries of 2014

The business world embraced neuroscience as the key to breakthrough performance in 2014.<p>In 2014, neuroscience leapt out of the research laboratories and became an integral part of how we think (literally) about business. Here are the discoveries and insights that have changed the workplace over the …

Use Neuroscience to Remain Calm Under Pressure

The ability to keep your wits in a crisis isn't a character trait; it's a skill that you can learn in minutes.<p>Great leaders always seem to remain calm during situations that make mere mortals fall to pieces. Conventional wisdom says that the ability to remain calm is a character trait that most of …

Memory Tip: Show Your Brain What's Important

For example, if you're trying to remember what you read, highlighting doesn't help.<p>On the other hand, flash cards do.<p>The difference lies in what psychologists call <b>desirable difficulty</b>.<p>Essentially, when learning <i>feels</i> difficult, learning is actually happening.<p>It's like when you lift a weight that's …

Albert Einstein

Israel-from-space pics take off online

Photos of Israel as seen from the International Space Station on Christmas Day are attracting immense interest online, with tens of thousands of …

Space

"Environment is Stronger than Will Power" - Ask Me About Truth - #56 - Swami Kriyananda

6 Ways to Open Your Life up to Cosmic Energy

Anna Hunt, <i>Staff Writer</i> <b><br>Waking Times</b><p>As mainstream science starts to more-openly recognize the effectiveness of practices such as yoga, meditation, …

Saturn

Learn more about the sixth planet in our solar system and its rings.<p>Saturn was the most distant of the five planets known to the ancients. In 1610, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was the first to gaze at Saturn through a telescope. To his surprise, he saw a pair of objects on either side of the …

Virtual File Systems for Beginners

A virtual File System (VFS), sometimes referred to as a Hidden File System, is a storage technique most commonly used by kernel mode malware, usually …

Becoming Spiritual: A Story of Kundalini Awakening.

In March of this year I packed my belongings, left my London job, career and life behind me and went to India to “find myself” and to “heal …

Awaken the Snake: a tale of Kundalini and Orgasm.

My personal experience of awakening the Kundalini Energy.<p>I originally wrote this article in response to the question: “How can I learn to feel my …

Photos of colorful Tokyo

<b>Kevin Kelly</b> searches for maximum vibrancy in Tokyo<p>The Nakasendo is an old road in Japan that connects Kyoto to Tokyo. It was once a major foot …

Paramahansa Yogananda, and the legacy of India’s mission to enlighten America

Yoga and meditation are seen by the public as methods to exercise and relax, respectively. However, these are side-benefits of their actual purpose, …

The Man Who Disobeyed His Boss And Opened The Berlin Wall

To many Germans, Harald Jaeger is the man who opened the Berlin Wall.<p>It's a legacy that still makes the former East German border officer uncomfortable 25 years after he defied his superiors' orders and let thousands of East Berliners pour across his checkpoint into the West.<p>"I didn't open the …

How + Why Meditation Works

Meditation is one of the most crucial aspects to cultivate more peace and happiness in life. It is literally the first thing I recommend to all my …