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The Most Unexplored Cosmos
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I heard a documentarian say the oceans were the most unexplored known territory, even more so than space. He said we know less about the deeps than we do the heights, and I suppose we could debate his point. He was no doubt trying to peak our interest and raise more money for more documentaries, […]

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Parentocracy
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The following is the first in a series of guest posts. Jason Boyett is the author of O Me of Little Faith and the Pocket Guide series of books. Find him at Dadequate, Twitter, Facebook, and at jasonboyett.com. There’s a hot new website — they still make those, you know — called Fitocracy. It’s a […]

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How Should we use Intuition in Decision Making?
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I make a lot of decisions using intuition, which researchers are beginning to understand as more reliable, and less mystical than previously thought. Intuition is really about pattern recognition, about subconsciously picking up on conflicting patterns in a situation. One of the more discussed examples of intuitive decision making has to do with a fire […]

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A Reminder that Beauty Comes from Pain
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Leaders Lead People Through the Fear
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The Best Writing Advice I’ve Ever Received
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How to Share Bad News
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Chris Seay on Story and Living with Conviction
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Facing Your Fears to Live Your Dreams
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A Good Reason to Get Real
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Customer Service at the Highest Level? Simply Amazing!
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