LinkedIn meets Tinder in this mindful networking app

Swipe right to make the connections that could change your career.

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Swipe right. Match. Meet over coffee or set up a call.

No, we aren't talking about Tinder. Introducing Shapr, a free app that helps people with synergistic professional goals and skill sets easily meet and collaborate.

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7 exercises to master in 2019

If you're not failing, you're not learning.

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  • Diversity in exercise is an essential component of a good fitness diet.
  • Constantly pushing your physical boundaries provides equally valuable neurological benefits.
  • These seven exercises and tools are worth integrating into your regimen in 2019.
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9 most common New Year’s resolutions — and how to make them happen

We look at the most common New Year's resolutions and get expert advice to help you check them off 2019's to-do list.

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  • The top three New Year's resolutions for 2018 were to eat healthier, get more exercise, and save more money. Care to guess what the top three are this year?
  • We check in with experts to devise strategies for tackling the most common New Year's resolutions.
  • Knowing exactly what you want to accomplish and how you will do it can help increase your chances of success in 2019.
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How to brain hack your New Year's resolution for success

It's not about the resolution but about how your mind tackles the problem.

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  • Every New Year people resolve to improve their lives, only to peter out during the "February Fail."
  • Studies have shown that people who employ cognitive-behavioral processes, or brain hacks, can increase their chances of success.
  • We look at how hacking the habit loop, setting SMART goals, and silencing your inner perfectionist can help make 2019 your year.
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Why being busy is a modern sickness

We have to practice doing nothing more often.

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  • Constantly being busy is neurologically taxing and emotionally draining.
  • In his new book, Jon Kabat-Zinn writes that you're doing a disservice to others by always being busy.
  • Busyness is often an excuse for the discomfort of being alone with your own thoughts.
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