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The top TED talks that will change the way you work and live

These inspirational TED talks will challenge how you think and communicate at work and in your everyday life<p>With alumni ranging from Stephen Hawking to Bill Gates, TED talks have become a global phenomenon since <b>Al Gore gave one of the first ever</b> adresses in 2006.<p>We gathered some of the most-viewed …

Public Speaking

Are You Standing All Wrong? Take Our Easy Test

Two of America's best physical therapists explain how to fix your posture so you can lose more fat, lift more weight, and move pain free<p>Stand up. Now grab your butt. Is it tight? If your <b>glutes</b> aren’t slightly contracted, you’re standing all wrong.<p>And that could be why your squat numbers are …

Exercise

Miley Cyrus' amfAR Speech Met With Standing Ovation

Miley Cyrus was honored by the American Foundation for AIDS Research last night (June 16) when she was presented with one of their Inspiration Awards …

Miley Cyrus

5 No-Equipment Back Exercises You Need in Your Life

<i>Photo: Pond5</i><p><i>By Chris Ryan for Life by DailyBurn</i><p>Hunching over laptops and smartphones for hours on end does your back no favors. In fact, it's one of the biggest -- and most important -- muscle groups we're guilty of ignoring. And the issue isn't just aesthetics (though a toned back can help you …

21 easy habits to start today that will help you 5 years from now

One Quora thread is full of such contemplations, originally addressed to a 23-year-old physics student but applicable to everybody.<p>Here are the takeaways.<p><b>1. Work on your public speaking skills.</b> It's scary. Even Warren Buffett used to throw up before giving a speech. But it's crucial: As you advance …

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