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Jeffrey Hayzlett

How To Sabotage Your Business

Jeffrey Hayzlett | August 3, 2015 | Business
No one wants to sabotage their business, yet hundreds of thousands are actively doing it right now without even realizing it. They're kicking up their feet, getting comfortable, and giving the competition time to catch up and blow by them in the business race.
Giancarlo Sopo

Cuba's Youth Deserves to Be Heard

Giancarlo Sopo | August 3, 2015 | Politics
While it's clear that isolation tactics by the United States hurts and fails the Cuban people, its government's tight grip over the economy is clearly the greatest obstacle to people's lives on the island.Therein lies the root of many of Cuba's problems: outdated ideologies have detached people from reality.
Kim Keating

The 7 Deadly Sins of Negotiating

Kim Keating | August 3, 2015 | Women
Negotiating is not always an easy thing to do. In our survey, 45 percent of respondents said they fear to negotiate for their salary due to "lack of negotiation skills" while 18 percent said they do not negotiate because of a "perceived lack of skills." In the past, I've talked about what TO do in a negotiation. This blog is about what NOT to do -- what I like to call the seven deadly sins of negotiating.
Samuel Ramani

Ukraine's Ministry of Truth -- A Flop of Epic Proportions

Samuel Ramani | August 3, 2015 | World
The Kyiv Post reported on July 15, 2015, that Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers had registered draft legislation to establish Ukraine Tomorrow, a state-owned foreign broadcasting company. Ukraine Tomorrow strives to be Ukraine's answer to Russia Today.
Chris Mettler

Rack Up Credit Card Rewards and Win

Chris Mettler | August 3, 2015 | Money
Once you know the rules of the game and understand your rewards program, you can start racking up the rewards. You'll want to pay close attention to your rewards statement that you should receive every month along with your bill.

Ignore The Haters: Why You Should Own Being A Hot Mess

Unwritten | August 3, 2015 | Women
I'm my mess. My life is MY mess. If someone came up to me with a metaphorical mop and offered to help straighten things up, I would (nicely) tell them to go shove it up their a**. I love my mess.
Regina Weinreich

Hamptons Journal: Michael Shannon Stars in 99 Homes / Chess in the Schools

Regina Weinreich | August 3, 2015 | Entertainment
Last week, at a special screening at Guild Hall, Michael Shannon spoke about his work on 99 Homes, a feature directed by Ramin Bahrani about the housing crash, specifically dramatizing the horror to families as their homes are reclaimed by those from whom they were offered home loans in the...
Suzanne Stavert

Don't Miss the Surfing in Tamarindo, Costa Rica

Suzanne Stavert | August 3, 2015 | Travel
My husband and I are not surfers, however, you need to hear about this amazing surf spot in this quaint little kick back town.

WATCH: War Vet Hikes to Heal With Help From His Cat and Dog

HooplaHa | August 3, 2015 | Good News
This Chicken Soup For The Moment brings you a war vet and his hiking companions. They might not be who you think... When Stephen Simmons came home from the Iraq War, he struggled to find his place in society. Fighting overseas had conditioned him to expect adrenaline-filled days,...

Dating Is Impossible Because No One Knows What They Want

Unwritten | August 3, 2015 | Women
I don't know what I want. I don't know what I want to do with my life, I don't even know what I want to major in. So I think it's safe to say I don't know what I want from guys either, but I'm figuring that out (hopefully) one relationship at a time.

Better Health, By Design

Footnote | August 3, 2015 | Science
The human element has always been as important to medicine as the scientific side. Design takes this human factor into account by analyzing how healthcare is provided and used and how the behavior of doctors, patients, and other actors promotes or impedes health.
Katherine McFate

The $13 Billion Bottled Water Industry vs. the National Park Service...and American Hikers, Campers, Hunters, and Nature-Lovers

Katherine McFate | August 3, 2015 | Green
Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 "for the benefit and enjoyment" of the American people. It was the first of 59 national parks dedicated to the conservation of 'wild nature' for posterity, and it is a symbol of national pride. Almost 14 million people a year visit our national...
Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, CFP

Should You Care About Rising Interest Rates?

Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, CFP | August 3, 2015 | Business
Dear Carrie, It seems pretty clear that after many years of below-normal levels, interest rates are about to start climbing. What does this mean for my investments and for my finances in general? --A Reader Dear Reader, Predicting when the Federal Reserve will begin raising interest rates seems to be...
Rev. Al Sharpton

A Dentist Killing Cecil the Lion Is Outrageous, but So Is an Officer Killing a Black Man or Woman

Rev. Al Sharpton | August 3, 2015 | New York
If the death of Cecil the lion leaves you angry and frustrated, it might be time for you to be just as furious over the deaths of unarmed civilians killed and beaten by those hired to protect and serve us. Just a thought.
Katie Sgarro

How I Co-Founded a Startup Without a Technical Background

Katie Sgarro | August 3, 2015 | Impact
The thing about startups is that they can actually change the world and anyone with a vision can start one. A year ago, I would have rolled my eyes and chalked this thinking up to blind optimism. I lived in a world where technology was solely for finding information and communication purposes.
Alisa Schindler

Ice Cream or Bust. Okay, Maybe Both.

Alisa Schindler | August 3, 2015 | Comedy
In my defense, we had 25 minutes to meet my husband and oldest son at his baseball game, which was only seven minutes away, when I passed my favorite yogurt store and made an impromptu decision - fantasized about for the entire day - to stop and get myself a cup.
Lulu Salavegsen

Expectations -- Part 1: Attachment to Outcomes Kills Magic

Lulu Salavegsen | August 3, 2015 | GPS for the Soul
Life is so bizarrely beautiful. These are the little nudges of the universe and the divine intelligence that helps us move along our way. I love it as magic too. Or sacred truth that reveals itself only to those who are ready and...
Sothy Eng

Sunrise at Angkor Wat You Must See

Sothy Eng | August 3, 2015 | Travel
Some of us have a hard time to get up in time for breakfast, let alone at 4 a.m. to get ready to go to see sunrise over Angkor Wat. Yet, the tortuous alarm clock should remind us of how fortunate we are to experience sunrise over Angkor Wat.
Jeff DeGraff

Before There Were TED Talks, There Were Chautauquas

Jeff DeGraff | August 3, 2015 | Business
Innovators can learn a lot from the turn-of-the-century Chautauqua movement. These getaways allowed people to take a break from their normal routines and experiment with new ideas. In our own moment, we desperately need this free time--this space to reflect and create.
J.J. Colagrande

It Took Time But Is Eons Set To Explode in Miami?

J.J. Colagrande | August 3, 2015 | Miami
The band Eons has been grinding it out in Miami for years. That's sort of the whole point of an eon -- it takes awhile--but the grind of Eons is finally picking up momentum and with the upcoming debut of their new EP Serene Release, they are arguably one of the hottest things popping musically in Miami.