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Is Recruiting Bad for Your Health?

Over the course of the past year, I became considerably more mindful of my health. Not because I was dealing with an acute medical condition, but rather because I’m now entrenched in my “middle years,” and figured that I would
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Online with a vengeance

From: Buisness-standard By Strategist TeamRecommended by: business-standardThe People's Choice Survey is an annual report by, which identifies key trends of the year in the Indian e-commerce industry.This year, a handful of big
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Wear your attitude!

 Titan’s constant innovation shows that no company, not even a market leader, can rest on earlier successes   I am a watch marketer’s dream customer! I admire watches, covet them and often buy them which explains why I own an
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The client and the customer

This is a choice, a huge one in the life of the freelancer, the entrepreneur or anyone who seeks to engage with the marketplace. The customer buys (or doesn't buy) what you make. The client asks you to make something....    
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India's direct selling industry likely to reach Rs 645 bn by 2025

 A report titled, 'Direct 2015 - Direct selling: Mapping the industry across Indian states' by FICCI-KPMG says that direct selling, the oldest and traditional forms of selling, is today a successful industry operating in over 100 countries,
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Freedom from Fries

From: Newyorker By Michael Specter Recommended by: Newyorker Michael Donahue, co-founder of Lyfe Kitchen, wants to convert customers “who have always thought healthy food has to taste like straw.”Like many of their millennial
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Two-thirds of the world can’t pass this basic financial literacy test. Can you?

From:   By: Ashley Rodriguez Via: Two-thirds of the world can’t pass this basic financial literacy test. Can you
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The Simple Technique To Fit A 40-Hour Workweek Into 16.7 Hours

I used to work a lot — 60, 80, or even 100 hours a week.   I let my work be a big part of how I defined myself. I wore those insane hours like a badge of honor . . . I loved telling people how "busy" I was and how
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Companies should be careful about not getting people to choose between culture and results: Ashok Soota

For leaders, the choice should not be about deciding between how much time they spend focusing on results versus pursuing happiness. The element of happiness needs to be incorporated in everything they do, Ashok Soota tells Sangeeta Tanwar
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ABCs for reaching your dreams

I often joke that it takes years to become an overnight success.  But it starts with a dream. My dream was to own a factory.  I wasn’t even sure what kind of product I’d make, or exactly where it would be.  But I pictured