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What the Office of the Future Might Look Like (Infographic)
Researchers predict a workforce driven by technology, individual choice and an entrepreneurial spirit.
3 Ways Money Can Buy You Happiness
Know someone who bought Tom's shoes because of what the company stands for?
The Selfish Reason You Should Be Extremely Generous
People who give, especially when they don't have to, are happier, healthier and less stressed.
Are You Hiding Behind Squishy Words? Stop.
The words we use to describe the work we do should connote both promise and obligation.
The Surprising Downsides of Being Clever
Can a high IQ be a burden rather than a boon?
Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea Might Be Why You're Drowsy All Day
An estimated 80 percent of people suffering sleep apnea are not diagnosed and don't know why they are tired all the time.
7 Ways to Avoid Being a Pushover
Respecting yourself changes everything.
How Office Design Can Promote Peace of Mind
Learn how office design can promote a sense of belonging and peace of mind at work.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
6 Ways Workaholism Can Make You a Winner in Love
Why should just your boss benefit from you being a workaholic?
3 Unexpected Ways to Boost Creativity
Creativity can be elusive, but there are a few strategies for encouraging it to strike.
The 10 Best U.S. Cities for Retirement
Ready to pack up and spend your golden years some place with better weather and taxes? This new list from Bankrate might have the details you've been looking for.
How to Avoid the 'Tech 20'
We're not talking the best tech companies here, just the pounds you'll gain working for one.
8 Do's and Don'ts of Health, Happiness and Success (Infographic)
John Meyer's new ebook points the way with fun illustrations on how you can achieve more, including personal contentment.
These Are the Countries -- and Companies -- With the Best Paternity Leave Policies
Sweden will require new dads to take 3 months of paid leave, while U.S. banking giant Goldman Sachs has doubled its paternity leave policy.
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