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Why Our Formula for Success Is All Wrong

This post was originally published on this siteWelcome to The Science Behind Success — a new blog series that explores the best ways to help our brains perform better at work. With psychological research and interviews with leaders in the field, we’re showing you how psychology can help you overcome …

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The Plain-English Guide to Domains & Domain Names

This post was originally published on this siteIn 2009, the domain Fly.com was sold for $1.76 million. Even though this domain seems like it would be highly sought after, the asking price still seems a little steep. But Fly.com attracts over a million unique visits per month, justifying its million …

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Digital peer pressure

This post was originally published on this site“You’re using it wrong.” That’s how culture develops, of course. That’s why no one uses ALL CAPS IN THEIR EMAIL ANY MORE. Culture develops online at the speed of light. Every interaction tool comes with peers to interact with, and quickly, those tools …

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The 11 Best Job Search Sites for Your Industry & Goals

This post was originally published on this site We all know the usual suspects: Craigslist. Monster. Career Builder. Newspapers (half-kidding on that one). Or perhaps you’re more of a networking kind of person when looking or hiring for a job: frequenting marketing events to get some face time with heavy …

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The Ultimate Guide to Google Shopping in 2019

This post was originally published on this siteOnline shopping — we all do it. Heck, it’s arguably the greatest thing since sliced bread. (Did you know you can shop online for that, too? Crazy.) But, have you ever been looking for a product and wanted to shop among a variety …

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Are you being manipulated?

This post was originally published on this sitePundits, politicians, hustlers, unethical marketers, hucksters and grifters seek to manipulate people every day. Manipulation is pushing for a change that benefits the manipulator, not us. It’s often based on misinformation. Mostly, the test for manipulation is: “if you knew what they know, …

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