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This method has not only helped alter my perception of time, but also makes time work more effectively on my behalf. "I cannot make my days longer," explained Henry David Thoreau 175 years or so ago and recently transcribed by me from paper to a Google doc in a recent 15-minute spurt, "so I strive to make them better." … [Read more...] about Time slipping between your fingers? Try this simple hack to make the clock work for you
"A lot of people have taken trainings, but culture is also very difficult to change in a short amount of time," Wu said, acknowledging that European countries approach diversity differently than in the US. "This has been historically a Swedish company. And we are now shifting over to being a global company, but that won't be changed just by training alone, that has to do with how we also expose ourselves to different cultures, to different people and how we really include them in everyday conversations." … [Read more...] about & Other Stories used a racial slur for the internal name of a hat. Employees are furious
"While we are sad that we cannot gather in person this year," said Juliet Gray, president of the Illinois Holocaust Museum's Women's Leadership Committee, which hosts the soiree, "we are excited to take the event virtual and feel it is the best way to continue raising funds to support the Museum's important work." … [Read more...] about Illinois Holocaust Museum To Hold Online Soiree, Raffle
With every new public poll showing likely Democratic nominee Joe Biden with a clear lead over President Trump, with yet another former insider spewing negative tales of White House dysfunction, and with Trump’s rally attendance suggesting that his base enthusiasm may be waning – one can feel the conventional wisdom coagulating around a consensus of an almost certain Democratic victory, and even a blue wave that would lead to the party controlling the Senate as well. … [Read more...] about Arnon Mishkin: Trump the underdog – Can campaign climb out of the hole he’s dug?