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New York City :: NY :: USA | 3 days ago

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But is there a conflict between wanting deep knowledge and wanting more money?...David Brooks, in his NY Times column The Moral Power of Curiosity apparently thinks so. I happen to think he's wrong, and in instructive ways, because human motivation

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Kingston :: Jamaica | 3 days ago

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In the combination of personal motivation factors, however, recognition plays a bigger role than many people realise, or are willing to admit...As famed behavioural economist Dr Dan Ariely states in Predictably Irrational , "Life is complex, with

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Brooklyn Park :: MN :: USA | 6 days ago

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Talking with employees about their  compensation can be difficult--the sentiment that you are summing up their entire value with a dollar figure can be hard to avoid...A  recent survey by compensation research firm PayScale finds that 73 percent of

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Sydney :: Australia | 7 days ago

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Ever wonder why your staff are such a complaining, cynical, lethargic bunch?...Here are the top six things business leaders do that sap motivation. Break trust Lani Morris, co-author of The Map of Meaning: a guide to sustaining our humanity in the

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 8 days ago

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You take pride in your achievements and put in the extra effort to get the job done right. Every leader lives this, but exceptional leaders inspire it in their employees. So empower yours to reap higher productivity, fresh ideas, and enduring loyalty.

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 8 days ago

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The Mackworth Clock is a famous test that was used to assess the vigilance of radar operators during World War II. Can you notice when a clock jumps one second ahead? but one man "hacked" the test, getting an unheard-of score. Years later, he

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 9 days ago

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Your business card says you're founder and CEO of your business. What it doesn't say is that you're also ceaseless promoter of your business, big-picture visionaire, and manager of people and their emotions. For  Yuriy Boykiv , CEO of the New York-

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 10 days ago

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Our eyes are continuously bombarded by visual information millions of colors, shapes and ever-changing motion yet seeing never feels like work. Researchers have discovered one reason: Our brains perform automatic visual smoothing over time. A new

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 10 days ago

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When people see significant, often religious imagery in everyday images, from grilled cheese to their dog's butt , it's called "pareidolia." But as for exactly why people see divine figures like Jesus in things like potato chips and other ordinary

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Irvine :: CA :: USA | 12 days ago

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Tournament is winding down to the Final Four, and even if you're not a basketball fan you can benefit from doing the little experiment I'm about to suggest. Turn your television on and watch one of the semifinal games for a few minutes, then mute the

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