There is an interdependent relationship among making money, having sex, and being physically healthy, according to new research published in the International Journal of Manpower.
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In the ten years since it went public, YouTube has been a hot topic for cultural critics and experts on innovation. We take a look at the site's past and the promises for its future.
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Amazon's fledgling goat-grazing service is only in beta at the moment, but we think this idea's got legs. Four of them, actually.
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Self-critique is important for growth as long as you commit to being fair with yourself. Constant negative self-assessments lead to low self-esteem, which in turn lead to acts of self-sabotage.