Most of the breakthrough discoveries and remarkable inventions throughout history, from flints for starting a fire to self-driving cars, have something in common: They are the result of curiosity. The
The Supreme Court, on Tuesday, upheld the third version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban—the one most trimmed and tailored to get by the Justices—but in doing so the majority made two crucial, counterbalancing
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Jonas Mekas turned 95 this year and won a lifetime achievement award in Frankfurt, Germany. Ping Wong, 92, learned new rules for playing mah-jongg. Helen Moses, who turned 93, mostly gave up talk of marrying
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And why managers are so bad at it There are two basic modes of judgment: criticism and praise. The former consists of identifying a subject’s flaws; the latter of noting its merits. In most settings, tends
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Where apps and calendar reminders fail, this method has been proven to help you remember all those little things. If you use alerts on your phone or sticky notes on your desk to remind yourself to complete
Sometimes you feel like you’re in over your head. Perhaps you got a big promotion or are leading a new, high-profile initiative but you worry that you don’t have the right skills or experience to succeed.
To answer that question, I explored those years in the first gilded age of the nineteenth century when millions of Americans took to the streets to protest, often in the face of the armed might of the
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