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A two-minute power pose can help boost your performance, whether it is to excel in a job interview, nail a presentation or get leverage in critical negotiations, according to Harvard[…]
George M. Taber, author of Chasing Gold, chronicles the Nazis’ looting of sovereign and private gold bullion to finance their World War II invasions.
In "The Episodic Career," journalist Farai Chideya reports on today’s challenging job landscape and offers tools for navigating the inevitable changes.
In his follow-up to the bestseller Give and Take, Adam Grant challenges our assumptions about what it takes to generate and champion original ideas in ourselves and others.
A new book about the Cleveland Clinic distills what it has learned from pioneering several medical innovations.
Can compassion be good for the bottom line? According to Emma Seppälä, author of The Happiness Track, the answer is a clear yes.
With the job market bouncing back, more people are looking for their next career opportunity. But should you quit a job without a plan B?
Author John Seabrook explains how a handful of producers revolutionized the songwriting process, developing an almost industrialized method that allowed them to crank out hit after hit with almost uncanny[…]
A new book by Richard Thaler, a professor at University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, offers a history of behavioral economics.
A new book says focusing intensely without distractions on a cognitively demanding task leads to peak productivity.