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2015/03/28 16:46
2015/03/28 16:46
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Believe it or not, money actually can buy you happiness — to an extent. People with higher incomes tend to report higher life satisfaction than those with lower incomes, no matter how high their...
2015/03/28 16:46
2015/03/28 16:46
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2015/03/27 20:56
2015/03/27 20:56
1d
Submitted by Lance Roberts via STA Wealth Management, This weekend's reading list is a bit of a hodge-podge of reads on a variety of different topics. However, before we get into it I wanted to...
2015/03/26 09:09
2015/03/26 09:09
3d
Piketty, who took top place in the list of "world thinkers" after his Capital In The 21st Century became a surprise best-seller, was described as having an "extraordinary" impact outside the world of...
2015/03/24 15:43
2015/03/24 15:43
4d
For investors, business owners and everybody else with an interest or involvement in the Russian economy, this is now a period of waiting; waiting to see whether the relatively good start to 2015 for...
2015/03/24 08:30
2015/03/24 08:30
5d
Net#work BBDO new deputy managing director and regional director for BBDO Africa, Gautham Narayanan is part of a "new generation" of leadership for Net#work BBDO in Africa and will be tasked with...
2015/03/20 16:18
2015/03/20 16:18
8d
How often do you consciously ask yourself whether what you’re doing is the most productive and impactful thing you can do? Learning about the “do/build” model of work inspired me to ask this question,...
2015/03/19 08:09
2015/03/19 08:09
10d
Conventional economic thinking would suggest it is easy to outcompete Coca-Cola. You could produce a drink that tastes nicer; or make a drink that tastes just as nice but make it cheaper; or produce...
2015/03/17 15:19
2015/03/17 15:19
11d
There's an unsettling correlation between psychopathy, a personality disorder characterized by a lack of conscience, and those who find personal wealth and success. From negotiating the hiring...
2015/03/16 15:18
2015/03/16 15:18
12d
Life is about evaluating what is important. For some it’s money. For others, family. A kid may say something tangible like ice cream, while an elderly woman may declare an idea, legacy. People value...
2015/03/14 21:18
2015/03/14 21:18
14d
The Steve Jobses of the world have something in common. In fact, according to organizational psychology research, they share at least four personality traits: They're generalists rather than...
2015/03/14 00:18
2015/03/14 00:18
15d
At Guggenheim, a key tenet of our investment process draws on the Nobel Prize-winning work of behavioral finance pioneer Daniel Kahneman. In his most recent book, Thinking Fast and Slow, Kahneman...
2015/03/11 12:18
2015/03/11 12:18
18d
Memories are connected moments that coalesce and create the chapters of our lives. When we make a decision, we have a tendency to review the past for reassurance that whatever we are about to do,...
2015/03/10 08:46
2015/03/10 08:46
19d
One of the anxieties haunting the 21st century is a fear that technological change will soon make many human lives seem essentially superfluous. It's a fear as old as the Luddites, but the promise of...
2015/03/09 23:23
2015/03/09 23:23
19d
WE all negotiate every day. Whether you're discussing dinner options, seeking a pay rise or striking an international business deal, most of our daily interactions with each other involve joint...
2015/03/08 17:26
2015/03/08 17:26
20d
A lot has been written in the last year about Silicon Valley’s lack of diversity and the recent steps taken by major players like Google and Intel to address the problem. Initiatives to strengthen...
2015/03/05 17:48
2015/03/05 17:48
23d
Yet, to some, these arguments seemed to gloss over, or even just outright dismiss a wide body of data, not dogma, from decades of previous research. While people were willing to consider new...
2015/03/05 16:52
2015/03/05 16:52
23d
President Obama’s new fiduciary rule for retirement advice is DOA. Why? Not just because a 2004 GOP Senate killed the fiduciary rule Vanguard’s Jack Bogle has been pushing for over a half century. Not...
2015/03/03 15:09
2015/03/03 15:09
25d
Just the other day I found myself in the waiting room of an automotive dealership. While my car was being serviced, I flipped through a product brochure. One ad for an oil change boasted that it would...
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