5 Ways to Focus Your Energy During a Work Crunch

Through crisis or crunch-time, a Stoicism mentality where you always hope for the best, but are well prepared for the worse case scenario can make all the difference in the ultimate outcome and your effectiveness. After 3 devastating hurricanes and an earthquake, it is essentially the difference between life and death. You can still be […]

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The Competitive Imperative of Learning

Today’s central managerial challenge is to inspire and enable knowledge workers to solve, day in and day out, problems that cannot be anticipated. Source: The Competitive Imperative of Learning Please like & share:

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11 Facts About the Ambidextrous

11 Facts About the Ambidextrous From mentalfloss.com – By Adrienne Crezo 1. If you can write equally well with either hand, then you are the one percent. Even among the small population of ‘multi-handed’ individuals, very few experience equal ease and skill with both hands. In comparison, around 10% of people are lefties. 2. Right-, left- […]

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Habits. The Good, the Bad and the Essential

Habits. The Good, the Bad and the Essential By Christopher Saleh May 9, 2016 It’s been said that humans are creatures of habit. The definition of habit according to the dictionary is: an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.[i] We subconsciously develop these habits to eliminate using critical thinking and […]

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Software Development Projects Lingering Dilemma

There is and has been a paradoxic dilemma in software development projects, and the synergy needed between development and QA for as long as I remember. Despite all innovation and optimization of methodologies and process, it is still lingering and pops up here and there. It’s not the methods or processes used. It’s not due […]

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Common Scenarios: In Workplace Culture, not promoting Creativity or Inspiring Innovation

Six years after writing a program to do his job for him, this clever programmer got the boot. Source: This guy says he wrote a computer program that did his job for 6 years Is this more indicative of ineffective workplace culture or an individual trying to get out of work and still get paid? […]

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Why you should read every day – AgileLeanLife

If you ever wondered why you should read every day, this article will explain to you all the benefits of reading and how it can change your life forever. Why you should read every day Blaz Kos Brainpower & Skills I never liked reading when I was young. I always liked computers. But in my […]

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Muhammad Ali – His Most Powerful Quotes

Rest in Peace Champ #TheGreatest 1942-2016 The greatest boxer of all time Muhammad Ali was known for his fast and unstoppable mouth (like his boxing technique). At first, the goal of his fast talking was just to scare his opponent, but as he pushed forward with his career his words became bigger and stronger. Even […]

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Why Your Surroundings Are More Important to Success Than You Think

Your environment – including the people you surround yourself with – is the clearest indicator of who you are and who you’re becoming. By Benjamin P. Hardy Contributor, Inc.com @BenjaminPHardy If you want to make any permanent change in your life, willpower won’t get you there. Whether you want to get healthier, stop using social media so much, improve your relationships, be happier, write a book, […]

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Renewed Hope for Humanity

Social experiments that really don’t follow standards and stringent settings. But regardless, it does reveal some valuable and heartwarming results. Humanity is alive and well, just as vibrant as ever. It is often said that struggle and adversity builds character. It’s also said that struggle and adversity doesn’t build character, it reveals character. Sounds pretty […]

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