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The match has been lit for an 'explosion higher' for stocks

businessinsider.com - According to Andrew Adams, a market strategist at Raymond James, there exists a perfect mix of conditions that could send stocks on a ride up, up, and up. In a note out Thursday, Adams noted that t...

Inside the 'Shark Tank' pitch that ended with Kevin O'Leary telling an entrepreneur to 'Get the f— out of here'

businessinsider.com - Over the past seven seasons of "Shark Tank," Kevin O'Leary has established himself as the mean, sarcastic investor who either challenges entrepreneurs to better defend their business or else dismis...

The Advantage of Being Overconfident And Self-Deluded - PsyBlog

spring.org.uk - 94% of college professors think their work is above average — that is not statistically possible! Overconfidence and self-delusion can lead to higher social status, research finds. This might help ...

NHS 'turning away children referred for mental health help'

theguardian.com - The government’s investment in children’s mental health services has come under fire after it emerged that more than a quarter of young people referred for support in England last year were sent aw...

Spelling, so many are BAD at it!!

Shared by Nicky Kriel

earnmoremoneymoney.wordpress.com - Thank God for Spelling Check (as long as you look at it to make sure it decided on the right word!). No matter how smart you are, you are judged by the mistakes that you make.  Typos, spelling erro...

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Don’t be a spectator, don’t let life pass you by

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Record numbers of prescriptions for anti-depressants handed out by GPs

mirror.co.uk - GPs and pharmacists handed out a record 61.5 million prescriptions for antidepressants in England over the past year - but at significantly different rates across the country. New NHS England figur...

Only Humans Need Apply: Winners and Losers in the Age of Smart Machines - In The Books - 800-CEO-READ

Shared by Bob Sutton

inthebooks.800ceoread.com - There have been many great books over the past few years on the rise of automation and what it's doing to the future of work. And what it's doing, most seem to agree, is replacing workers in a way ...

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Beyond GDP – is it time to rethink the way we measure growth?

Shared by Cary Cooper

weforum.org - Is our love affair with GDP coming to an end? If you were following this year’s Annual Meeting in Davos, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this is indeed the case. In three separate sessions, two...

Win Young Talent With A Culture Of Flexibility And Collaboration

Shared by Jon Tveten

investors.com - Companies are battling for young talent these days. That means they’re fighting to lure millennials. One of the main things that 18- to 35-year-olds are believed to look for in an employer is a cul...

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The Cognitive Benefits of Doodling

Shared by Aaryn D

theatlantic.com - While drawing is definitely the artist’s stock and trade, everyone can make doodles, bypassing the kind of refinement demanded of the artist. Drawing, even in a primitive way, often triggers insigh...

How Viacom Could Have Avoided Its ‘Game of Thrones’ Leadership Saga

Shared by Bill George

fortune.com - While Viacom’s raging succession battle surrounding owner Sumner Redstone is as compelling as the company’s TV dramas, the script is not new. Akin to Shakespeare’s “King Lear”, Shelley’s “Ozymandia...

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