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Samantha Bennett

Dream Big, Lush, Vivid Dreams

Samantha Bennett | August 30, 2016 | Women
When you feel disappointed, you are feeling deprived of something you thought was already in motion. If you're feeling like you have an "appointment" with a promotion or a successful presentation or a new love, having that thing not work out is especially crushing because it was kind of a done deal inside your mind.
Stephanie R. Caudle

How to Protect Yourself Online From Cyber Criminals

Stephanie R. Caudle | August 30, 2016 | Technology
The internet has become a valuable resource in the lives of many Americans. We log into the internet for work, school, doctor's visits and more. With such a large web of information and also deception found online it can become relatively easy to become victimized online.
John Rampton

How to Network Without Wasting Time

John Rampton | August 30, 2016 | Business
There are a few simple techniques that you can use that are time-efficient and zero-cost, and you can put them into practice right away!
Sara Uzer

Transition Isn't Terrible: 3 Ways You Can Benefit from Change in the Workplace

Sara Uzer | August 30, 2016 | Business
While it can be difficult to adopt a positive attitude in this situation, it's crucial to do so. Additionally, this process can be alleviated by focusing on the specific ways that the change can be ultimately valuable to your career. Let's take a look at a few of them.
Robert E. Johnson

The Agile Mindset: Becker College's Academic Foundation and Ethos

Robert E. Johnson | August 30, 2016 | Education
Six years ago, Becker College began to take a more adaptive, nimble, and entrepreneurial approach to higher education. The results--including growing enrollments and improving institutional and academic rankings, notably in the areas of game design--propelled the College forward on a path of historic growth and transformation.
Brooke Deterline

The Power of Forgiveness at Work

Brooke Deterline | August 30, 2016 | Business
Conflict among colleagues is inevitable, and--left unheeded--associated with significant stress, health problems (both mental and physical), and poor productivity. Researchers set out to explore the role of forgiveness in ameliorating these negative impacts.
Latoya Scott

Student Loan Debt: How Your State and School Ranks

Latoya Scott | August 30, 2016 | Parents
If the time has come for you and your child to make a decision about what school they should attend, you might want to take a peek at what these studies have to offer.
The Conversation US

Guns in Donald Trump's America

The Conversation US | August 30, 2016 | Crime
Jonathan M. Metzl, Vanderbilt University Donald Trump's new outreach to "minority voters" is already showing signs of strain. Soon after the shooting death of Nykea Aldridge, cousin of basketball star Dwyane Wade, Trump sent a controversial tweet:
Rebecca Bohanan

Virginia Is the Perfect Album for Fall

Rebecca Bohanan | August 30, 2016 | Entertainment
Born and raised in a little town in the Florida panhandle, Gallagher's education took her back and forth to Virginia, first as a summer intern for NASA, then later for field research studying tree rings while in grad school. Now a resident of British Columbia, Canada, where she's finishing her PhD in Landscape Ecology, Gallagher is still writing and singing love songs to her first real home away from home.
Larry Alton

How Retailers Can Bridge the Divide with Omni-Channel Strategies

Larry Alton | August 30, 2016 | Business
As the popularity of online shopping has grown over the past decade, ecommerce has become more than just a buzzword for progressive retailers. It's quickly become a viable addition to the traditional brick and mortar setup.
Milena Milićević

Join the Class of The New Rich

Milena Milićević | August 30, 2016 | Business
To put it simply, the New Rich are the class of people who abandon the predetermined life-plan: go to university, find a steady job, settle down, pay the mortgage for the next 30 years and enjoy life when you retire.
Megan Brame-Finkelstein

4 Ways to Make Business Travel Suck Less

Megan Brame-Finkelstein | August 30, 2016 | Travel
Traveling for business can be such a chore. If it's your own business, it could be for an exciting new opportunity that will shift the balance (and maybe pay some bills). If it's not your own business, it could be exciting, or it could be a monotonous part of the job. Either way, it has to get done.
Roxana Maddahi

The Financial Future Doesn't Look So Bleak For Millennials After All

Roxana Maddahi | August 30, 2016 | Business
Chiara Ferragni's extraordinary income is only one example of how Millennial's are working hard, doing things differently, and finding their own, unique paths to success. They are marketing to their own generation, and using social media and technology to drive their businesses. For a generation that gets a lot of flak from the rest of the population, Millennials actually have more drive, higher levels of education and better budgeting skills then the generations before them.
Diane Gottsman

Prep Your Business for a Successful Fall: 5 Key Questions

Diane Gottsman | August 30, 2016 | Business
As a business owner, you likely keep close tabs on company goals and performance. In the process of powering up for a strong finish to the year, consider the questions below.
Harold Stark

5 Awesome Gizmos To Help You Sleep it Off This Summer

Harold Stark | August 30, 2016 | Technology
Amidst many a sequential burst of outdoor bliss, summer is the season of long vacations, camping trips, picnics and soccer. It's the season of fun and relaxation, of parties and wine, of getting yourself fat by sitting on a couch and binging on Netflix all day. And who could forget the naps?
Rudy Vidal

Insight: The Secret Weapon of the Information Age

Rudy Vidal | August 30, 2016 | Business
In today's interconnected world we have no lack of facts, statistics and data to help us make business decisions. This abundance however, can be confusing as we try to find insights about our customers and markets. We can simplify things through a better understanding of data types. Lets take a look at the basics ones.
Stephanie Ortiz

No PARK-ing: 5 Reasons I Dread Playgrounds

Stephanie Ortiz | August 30, 2016 | Parents
Summer is rapidly dwindling here, and with school on the horizon, I know that I'll miss the lazy, hazy days of summer. What I WON'T miss, however, are the countless trips to the playground that I somehow allow myself to be persuaded into embarking upon.
Kerry Foreman

To College Or Not To College: The Journey Of Fear

Kerry Foreman | August 30, 2016 | Parents
This week, I woke up each morning to countless pictures on Facebook of kids going off to college. So cute as they set up their dorms and ventured off into the next step of the adult world. It left me thinking, what about the kids who chose not to go to college?
Caryl M. Stern

Getting Active for a Healthier Life and Better World

Caryl M. Stern | August 30, 2016 | Impact
Guest Post Getting Active for a Healthier Life and Better World By: Meryl Davis, Olympic Gold Medalist and UNICEF Kid Power Champion As children, we watched in awe as our favorite Olympians competed on the world's largest stage to achieve their lifelong...
ZEALnyc

'Mozart Dances' Delights Again at Mostly Mozart

ZEALnyc | August 30, 2016 | Arts
Mark Morris Dance Group in 'Mozart Dances' at Mostly Mozart Festival Photo: Richard Termine By Sheila Kogan, ZEALnyc Contributing Writer, August 30, 2016 Mozart Dances by Mark Morris was commissioned for and performed by the Mark Morris Dance Group as part...