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Tired Of People Asking To Pick Your Brain? Here’s Your Answer

Before you just say “no” to brain-picking, try one of these smart ways to respond without alienating anyone.<p>If you’ve achieved a measure of success in your career, you’ve probably gotten requests from others to “pick your brain.” These may range from earnest invitations for coffee meet-ups or phone …

Cheer Up, America, The Canadians Are Here To Tell Us How Great We Are

<b>WHO:</b> A whole bunch of friendly Canucks recruited by creative agency The Garden.<p><b>WHY WE CARE:</b> Let’s not mince words: This is a depressing time to be an …

The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart On Painting The Universal Vibration

So it was only a matter of time before the Grammy Award-winning Grateful Dead percussionist began to combine the sonic and visual arts. For …

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Creating amid chaos | Called to Write

One of the things writers mention often in the Writer’s Circle is their physical environments. Particularly clutter — how to deal with all the paper …

Amanda Palmer on the Art of Asking and the Shared Dignity of Giving and Receiving

<i>“It would be a terrible calamity,”</i> Henry Miller wrote in his meditation on the beautiful osmosis between giving and receiving, <i>“for the world if we eliminated the beggar. The beggar is just as important in the scheme of things as the giver. If begging were ever eliminated God help us if there should</i> …

The Secret to Happiness at Work: Less Duration, More Intensity

A great workout often combines high intensity with a sustainable time commitment. Is the ideal professional situation similar?<p>As anyone who has ever gone to the gym can tell you there are two components to a workout's difficulty: intensity (how heavy is the weight) and duration (are you lifting it …

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