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Be Like This Woman Who Moved a Shark With Her Bare...

Image credit: Global_Pics | Getty Images No matter how prepared you are, the life of an entrepreneur will always be met...

Stuck for An Idea? Try Listening to Some Happy Music

Creative thinking has long fascinated us. In the Middle Ages, creativity was believed to have a divine source , appearing only in people with...

Parents: Study shows how you deal with conflict rubs off on...

Fights. Arguments. Spats.Whatever you want to call them, we all have them.And you might think, for the sake of your children, it's best they...

From Crisis to Crushing It: How to Bounce Back From Disaster

Image credit: Caiaimage | John Wildgoose | Getty Images Some companies pass every test with flying colors. Others fold.In most cases, management...

Lessons beyond the textbook

When Nandita Das Gupta came to Chennai to pursue her higher studies at IIT-Madras, she could hardly speak two sentences in English fluently. "Looking...

Bad news for kids born via C-section

CAESAREAN-born children appear to perform below their peers in grammar and problem solving, according to a new world-first study.Researchers from the University of Melbourne...

Million Dollar Computer Chess Problem Will Take ‘Thousands of Years’ to...

Today, we get our gaming rocks off by watching things like simulated hippos shoot penguins with machine guns. But 200-years ago, people were...

Use Elon Musk’s Communication Philosophy to Make Your Team More Efficient

Image credit: Shutterstock.com It makes sense that Elon Musk, whose businesses are based on throwing out existing industry rulebooks and going his...

To Succeed You Must Become a Knowledge Junkie

Image credit: PeopleImages | Getty Images A junkie can be defined as anyone suffering from an addiction. I'll be the first to...

The American Workplace Is as Depressing as You Think, But There’s...

While employees are finding meaning in their work, opportunities for advancement are often in short supply, according to a new study. Thomas Barwick |...