It's like the linguistic version of being on the brink of a sneeze.
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Only 3% of the population are “supertaskers." The rest of us just pretend to be.
Bill Gates has become a powerful influence on publishing. An endorsement from the philanthropist and Microsoft cofounder can cause tangible sales spikes, reminiscent of the golden ticket that once…
The world's richest man is arguing for taxing and slowing automation.
The battle over Disney World's municipal designation ties back to the company's statements on a controversial Florida law.
As offices stay empty, developers are expanding plans to convert them into residences
Alberto Giacometti’s difficult creative process offers insight into how to get past perfectionism and arrive at the conclusion of a given work.
4 ways to reclaim control of your time and make an impact at work
The blogging platform's parent, a remote-working advocate, wound up listing the property.
Let's not draw the wrong lessons, again, from Justin's career choices
Telecommuting has grown faster than any other way of getting to work—up 159% since 2000.
Enjoy your favorite apps that make your life easier while you can.
We've learned a lot in our first month operating a hybrid office, and wanted to share those lessons for managers and executives thinking through similar questions right now.
«Even when you’re in the office, the work itself is still best done with the assumption that everyone is remote.»
Should employees set their own hybrid work schedules? Does your company need the office space? Should vaccinated and unvaccinated employees be separated? We asked academics and experts for their best…
Japanese seasons, sekki, and their sub-sections, kō, are a different way of thinking about time and how we give it meaning.
Do you view space as being empty or full?
Blaise Pascal set out the most effective way to persuade someone, centuries before there was any formal study of persuasion.
«People are generally better persuaded by the reasons which they have themselves discovered than by those which have come into the mind of others.»
How leaders can better set priorities for themselves and others
Wes McKinney hated the idea of researchers wasting their time, so he created the wildly popular data science tool called "Pandas" for the Python programming language.
For programmers, this is a blockbuster announcement in the world of data science.
Happiness is habit-forming.
«adults over age 55, those who reported a better ability to savor life were more likely to report higher life satisfaction, regardless of ill health.»
Personal-finance experts and economists tend to offer different advice on issues like saving, retirement, and paying down debt.
«Why does personal finance advice so frequently depart from economic theory? The paper suggests the former group tends to take psychology into account, while the latter is operating in a purely rational world.»
I asked 1,500 people for relationship advice, and kept getting the same answers.
«The other “wrong” reason to enter into a relationship is, like Greg said, to “fix” yourself. This desire to use the love of someone else to soothe your own emotional problems inevitably leads to codependence»
A life spent dutifully responding to emails is a dull one indeed. And “wasted” time is, in fact, highly fulfilling and necessary.
Shrinkflation is causing consumers to pay the same or more for less.
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