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All too often women let good business ideas fade because they ignore their inner voice, said Caroline Dowd-Higgins, director of career and professional development at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington. We get more curious
When these begin to affect quality of work, the repercussions are serious. Once a poor reputation is established for a person amongst bosses, the problem can stop a potentially blooming career in the tracks, or worse, reverse the climb up the ladder.
In a string quartet, the viola and the second violin are commonly referred to as the inner voices, less frequently in the spotlight, yet essential to the core of any ensemble's sound. Mary Ruth Ray, as the founding violist of the Lydian String
When I was going through my late parents' things over Christmas, I came across an album with a sticker on the front " HMV Shops 84p". The album is John Ogdon and Brenda Lucas's album Two Pianos, featuring duets by Mozart, Brahms and Lutoslawski. I
You listen to someone speak either in conversation or in a lecture and you simply absorb what they are saying, right?...In fact, I find as I get older that real learning takes more work. The more I fill my brain with facts, figures, and experience,
Laxman spoke to The Telegraph for almost an hour at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel before leaving Mumbai for Hyderabad the other day. The following are excerpts Q Three months have gone since you've retired from international cricket...I didn't look at
Though I prefer the majestic rattle of shennanigans, the Irish-American malarky is serviceable. There's no definitive take on the origins of malarky, but nearly all sources come to the notion of deceit, entertainment and diversion all rolled in one.
Joy Schneiter belays for her young daughter, Selah, at Rifle Mountain Park. Top right: Mike Schneiter and his son, Zeke, at Babbish Gulch. Bottom right: Mike and Selah next to Morning Glory Arch while descending a slot canyon near Moab. Contributed
Friday March 23 2012 THE human brain prevents us from drifting off when listening to boring people by "rewriting" monotonous speech to make it sound more interesting, scientists have found. Research has shown that people listening to dreary
I want to believe him. But I am so suspicious all the time. I hate that about myself. Maybe I should just end it. It hurts to not trust him and he is sick of me asking him all the time if he's seen her...You want to believe what they say, but can