Monthly:January 2020

What’s an Experience Worth? The Math Is Tricky

What’s an Experience Worth? The Math Is Tricky

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Dear Basketball

Dear Basketball Bond Over Beethoven Led to Kobe Bryant’s Oscar for ‘Dear Basketball’

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An Adult’s Guide to Social Skills, for Those Who Were Never Taught

An Adult’s Guide to Social Skills, for Those Who Were Never Taught It’s a shame so few of us are taught the basics of how to interact constructively with each other. If you never were, we’re here to help. By Eric Ravenscraft

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How to Manage Your Career

How to Manage Your Career

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Bond Over Beethoven Led to Kobe Bryant’s Oscar for ‘Dear Basketball’

Bond Over Beethoven Led to Kobe Bryant’s Oscar for ‘Dear Basketball’ A shared love for the master composer connected the Lakers legend who died on Sunday and the illustrator of the short film based on Bryant’s retirement poem.

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Are You Afraid to Retire? Recognize the emotional fear factors to make the leap

Are You Afraid to Retire? Recognize the emotional fear factors to make the leap

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Opinion: Kobe was 1 of a kind, even in retirement

Opinion: Kobe was 1 of a kind, even in retirement

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Can Mindfulness Evolve From Wellness Pursuit to Medical Treatment?

Can Mindfulness Evolve From Wellness Pursuit to Medical Treatment?

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The Myth of the Urban Boomer

The Myth of the Urban Boomer Baby boomers are actually less drawn to urban living than previous generations.

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Job Board & Recruiting Stats

Job Board & Recruiting Stats

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The End of Retirement, Doctor Burnout and the Female Workforce Takeover

The End of Retirement, Doctor Burnout and the Female Workforce Takeover The End of Retirement? ILLUSTRATION: RUTH GWILY The new second chapter: We hear all the ways millennials and Gen-Zers are changing work life. Barely into their careers, they’re also reshaping how many of us think about retirement, writes WSJ columnist John D. Stoll.Much of it has to do with economic reality. Routinely told they won’t have the cash to retire and can expect to live longer lives than their parents, younger workers are motivated to […]

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Here’s where most Americans are really getting their retirement income

Here’s where most Americans are really getting their retirement income Meanwhile, many individuals in that age category – 40.2% – receive income through Social Security only. Even more troubling, 14.9% have no income from a pension, savings or Social Security. © Provided by CNBC The research is based on 2014 data

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When Life Throws You Curveballs, Embrace the ‘New Normal’

When Life Throws You Curveballs, Embrace the ‘New Normal’ For patients with life-altering illnesses or anyone just getting older, it helps to roll with the punches and make the best of the here and now.

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An Antarctic Explorer’s Mental Journey

An Antarctic Explorer’s Mental Journey Endurance athlete Colin O’Brady was the first person to cross the Antarctic continent alone and unaided—thanks to an epiphany with 77 miles to go

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Longevity expert, 70, reveals how to ‘age backwards’ with exercise

Longevity expert, 70, reveals how to ‘age backwards’ with … Jan 16, 2020 – Miranda Esmonde-White doesn’t look or move like a typical 70-year-old. The former ballerina credits it all to exercise, but not the way most …

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