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Entrpreneur
This Vital Tip Will Make Your Voice Mails More EffectiveThe experiment: In a trial conducted for the sales and marketing consultancy Co
This Vital Tip Will Make Your Voice Mails More Effective
Entrpreneur / Posted 4 hours ago
The experiment: In a trial conducted for the sales and marketing consultancy Corporate Visions, researchers monitored two subtly different types of pitches from a bank. The pitch to one group of potential customers began like this: “You need to know... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Does defense really win championships?In their Freakonomics-for-sports book, “This is Your Brain on Sports,” Jon Wert
Does defense really win championships?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 12 hours ago
In their Freakonomics-for-sports book, “This is Your Brain on Sports,” Jon Wertheim and Sam Sommers uncover the hidden influences in sports and use reams of data to investigate questions that tug at every fan. Why are quarterbacks so good-looking (or... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Chapman University professor to speak at 32nd annual Friedman Lecture at Marietta College Published: February 3, 2016 5:30 PM MARIETTA — Vernon Smith, professor of eco
Chapman University professor to speak at 32nd annual Friedman Lecture at Marietta College
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 3 days ago
Published: February 3, 2016 5:30 PM MARIETTA — Vernon Smith, professor of economics at the Chapman University in Orange, Calif., is scheduled to deliver the... Read more
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Business Insider
4 creepy psychological tricks companies use to get you to buy thingsYou may think you're in control of your buying decisions, but you're actually b
4 creepy psychological tricks companies use to get you to buy things
Business Insider / Posted 3 days ago
You may think you're in control of your buying decisions, but you're actually being subtly manipulated by marketing tricks. The human brain is a powerful reasoning machine, but it has its Achilles' heels. These mental shortcuts help us navigate the... Read more
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PhysOrg
We can't trust common sense but we can trust scienceYou can’t rely on common sense. Credit: Shutterstock/ra2studio When a group of
We can't trust common sense but we can trust science
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
You can’t rely on common sense. Credit: Shutterstock/ra2studio When a group of Australians was asked why they believed climate change was not happening, about one in three (36.5%) said it was "common sense", according to a report published last year... Read more
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Bolton News
University of Bolton granted licence to inspirational TEDx TalkACADEMICS and students from the University of Bolton will be taking to the stag
University of Bolton granted licence to inspirational TEDx Talk
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
ACADEMICS and students from the University of Bolton will be taking to the stage to inspire others. The university has been granted a special licence to hold the first TEDx University of Bolton conference on Tuesday, March 8. The student-led... Read more
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Bolton News
Inspirational talks to be given by the University of BoltonACADEMICS and students from the University of Bolton will be taking to the stag
Inspirational talks to be given by the University of Bolton
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
ACADEMICS and students from the University of Bolton will be taking to the stage to inspire others. The university has been granted a special licence to hold the first TEDx University of Bolton conference on Tuesday, March 8. The student-led... Read more
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Lowell Sun
No time like today to saveBy John Spoto One of the most important set of financial choices people make in
No time like today to save
Lowell Sun / Posted 6 days ago
By John Spoto One of the most important set of financial choices people make in their lives involves planning for retirement. The quality of their decisions about how much to save and how to invest will largely determine whether they can realize the... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
What To Do When You Can No Longer Afford Those Flashy Office PerksThere are plenty who claim that quirky and impressive office perks are pointles
What To Do When You Can No Longer Afford Those Flashy Office Perks
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
There are plenty who claim that quirky and impressive office perks are pointless, counterproductive, or the wrong way to motivate people. Be that as it may, many startups—especially in tech—have baked those perks into their work cultures. But if... Read more
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MumBRELLA
The Death of Reason: Is The Growing Focus on Emotion in Advertising Misguided? In this guest post, Alex Vishney, managing partner at marketing research cons
The Death of Reason: Is The Growing Focus on Emotion in Advertising Misguided?
MumBRELLA / Posted 10 days ago
In this guest post, Alex Vishney, managing partner at marketing research consultancy, Blaze, explains why it’s a mistake to rely too heavily on emotional marketing as the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Risk Management Lessons From A Drunk WelshmanIf I was to watch the world news every day I would be filled with a burning des
Risk Management Lessons From A Drunk Welshman
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 days ago
If I was to watch the world news every day I would be filled with a burning desire to build myself a hut in the hills, don my hazmat suit and wait for the impending collapse of humanity. I met a guy who'd done pretty much that. He was Welsh and... Read more
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Market Watch
The best jobs of 2016 all have something in commonIf you looked at the best jobs in America, you might be led to believe that mon
The best jobs of 2016 all have something in common
Market Watch / Posted 16 days ago
If you looked at the best jobs in America, you might be led to believe that money buys happiness -- at least where careers are concerned. Each year, the job-search company Glassdoor compiles a list of the 25 best jobs. At the top of the list this... Read more
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The News & Observer
To be happier, think more about your death | News & Observer January 16, 2016 1:00 PM Our days tend to be an exercise
To be happier, think more about your death
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
| News & Observer January 16, 2016 1:00 PM Our days tend to be an exercise in distraction We think about the past and future more than the present; we are... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Former Foreign Office Chief Calling on Europe to Boost Anti-Israel StepsFormer Foreign Ministry director-general Dr. Alon Liel and a group of left-wing
Former Foreign Office Chief Calling on Europe to Boost Anti-Israel Steps
The Jewish Press / Posted 22 days ago
Former Foreign Ministry director-general Dr. Alon Liel and a group of left-wing celebrities including Nobel prize laureate Daniel Kahneman and Prof. Ze’ev Sternhell have sent the European Union a petition supporting “steps to divide between Israel... Read more
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Business Spectator
Five tips to avoid the next Dick SmithFollowing the collapse of Dick Smith (DSH), and the poor performance of floats
Five tips to avoid the next Dick Smith
Business Spectator / Posted 26 days ago
Following the collapse of Dick Smith (DSH), and the poor performance of floats like Myer (MYR) and Spotless Services (SPO), the public offerings market and the role of private equity is under scrutiny like never before. While everyone is bashing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Five tips to avoid the next Dick SmithFollowing the collapse of Dick Smith, the role of private equity in the IPO mar
Five tips to avoid the next Dick Smith
The Courier Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Following the collapse of Dick Smith, the role of private equity in the IPO market is under scrutiny like never before. He’s a quick guide on how to spot the lemons. Following the collapse of Dick Smith (DSH), and the poor performance of floats like... Read more

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