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Articles and stories related to lifestyles that inspire.

Would Augmented Reality Be the Next Thing?

My friend Yohan Baillot, Augmented Reality (AR) Director at Osterhout Design Group, recently developed an application for my blog tees. Although AR hasn’t gained wide popularity, it may be the next big thing since the technology functions by enhancing one’s current perception

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Would Augmented Reality Be the Next Thing?

My friend Yohan Baillot, Augmented Reality (AR) Director at Osterhout Design Group, recently developed an application for my blog tees. Although AR hasn’t gained wide popularity, it may be the next big thing since the technology functions by enhancing one’s current perception

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Bay Area Non-Profit House4Humanity Hosts Bay to Balkans Fundraiser

In efforts to raise funds for the humanitarian aid relief for the May 2014 flood victims in the Balkans, we are teaming up with our friends in San Francisco (Mersiha Salihbasic, Amra Kolenovic and Hooman Moayyed) on behalf of House4Humanity,

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Bay Area Non-Profit House4Humanity Hosts Bay to Balkans Fundraiser

In efforts to raise funds for the humanitarian aid relief for the May 2014 flood victims in the Balkans, we are teaming up with our friends in San Francisco (Mersiha Salihbasic, Amra Kolenovic and Hooman Moayyed) on behalf of House4Humanity,

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7 Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People

People with high emotional intelligence tend to do better at work. So what habits do they have that set them apart? By Harvey Deutschendorf, Republished from the Fast Comapany   It has increasingly become accepted that emotional intelligence is an

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7 Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People

People with high emotional intelligence tend to do better at work. So what habits do they have that set them apart? By Harvey Deutschendorf, Republished from the Fast Comapany   It has increasingly become accepted that emotional intelligence is an

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5 Ways To Boost Your Emotional Intelligence

Alright, smarty pants–you’ve got the brain power, but what about emotional intelligence? Learn to diffuse anger, listen with empathy, and decode unspoken feelings; your coworkers will thank you. By Harvey Deutschendorf, Republished from Fast Company    It takes a wide

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5 Ways To Boost Your Emotional Intelligence

Alright, smarty pants–you’ve got the brain power, but what about emotional intelligence? Learn to diffuse anger, listen with empathy, and decode unspoken feelings; your coworkers will thank you. By Harvey Deutschendorf, Republished from Fast Company    It takes a wide

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How to Feed the World

Golden Cosmos By MARK BITTMAN, Republished from the New York Times It’s been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy spoke of ending world hunger, yet on the eve of World Food Day, Oct. 16, the situation remains dire. The question

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How to Feed the World

Golden Cosmos By MARK BITTMAN, Republished from the New York Times It’s been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy spoke of ending world hunger, yet on the eve of World Food Day, Oct. 16, the situation remains dire. The question

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Scott Adams’ Secret of Success: Failure

What’s the best way to climb to the top? Be a failure. By SCOTT ADAMS, Republished from the Wall Street Journal “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams talks to WSJ editor Gary Rosen about how to draw lessons, skills and ideas from

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Scott Adams’ Secret of Success: Failure

What’s the best way to climb to the top? Be a failure. By SCOTT ADAMS, Republished from the Wall Street Journal “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams talks to WSJ editor Gary Rosen about how to draw lessons, skills and ideas from

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Lifelong exercise keeps octogenarians fit

Study has shown that 80-year-olds who engage in lifelong endurance exercise prove to have the average aerobic capacity of 40-year-olds. By Tia Ghose, LiveScience, Republished from Mother Nature Network Photo: Shutterstock.com Octogenarians who spend a lifetime doing endurance exercise have the

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Lifelong exercise keeps octogenarians fit

Study has shown that 80-year-olds who engage in lifelong endurance exercise prove to have the average aerobic capacity of 40-year-olds. By Tia Ghose, LiveScience, Republished from Mother Nature Network Photo: Shutterstock.com Octogenarians who spend a lifetime doing endurance exercise have the

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How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter

By Carolyn Gregoire, Republished from the Huffington Post Daydreaming gets a pretty bad rap. It’s often equated with laziness, and we tend to write off people with wandering minds as being absent-minded “space cadets” who can’t get their heads out of the

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How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter

By Carolyn Gregoire, Republished from the Huffington Post Daydreaming gets a pretty bad rap. It’s often equated with laziness, and we tend to write off people with wandering minds as being absent-minded “space cadets” who can’t get their heads out of the

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Algoraves Are The Nerdiest Way To Get Your Dance On

Algorithms make the music, you make the party. Republished from Popular Science Rave Rick Doble via Wikimedia Commons   Nerds, gather at the dance party! It’s time to algorave. Meaning the DJs will be spinning algorithms, not just dropping beats. At an

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Algoraves Are The Nerdiest Way To Get Your Dance On

Algorithms make the music, you make the party. Republished from Popular Science Rave Rick Doble via Wikimedia Commons   Nerds, gather at the dance party! It’s time to algorave. Meaning the DJs will be spinning algorithms, not just dropping beats. At an

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How To Train Your Brain To See What Others Don’t

By Carolyn Gregoire, Republished from the Huffington Post   Charles Darwin had one of the greatest “aha!” moments in all of history when writing his magnum opus On The Origin of Species. After reading a book written 40 years earlier

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How To Train Your Brain To See What Others Don’t

By Carolyn Gregoire, Republished from the Huffington Post   Charles Darwin had one of the greatest “aha!” moments in all of history when writing his magnum opus On The Origin of Species. After reading a book written 40 years earlier

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