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Creativity vs. the ego (or, the value of unpublishable stories)

Creativity vs. the ego (or, the value of unpublishable stories)
Prestige Prestige 2 March, 2020
HomeStart Here!StoreAboutContactStory Structure DatabaseK.M. Weiland Site by K.M. Weiland | @KMWeiland9 CommentsWriting InspirationEmailTweet Why are you writing? It’s a question almost as vast and confusing as the dreaded, “What are you writing?” W...
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29 companies we love on the muse right now

29 companies we love on the muse right now
Campbell Campbell 2 March, 2020
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.Career AdviceGetting StartedGetting AheadWork RelationshipsChanging JobsWork-Life BalanceWorking AbroadCareer VideosJob SearchFinding a JobResumes & Cover LettersI...
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This traditional drink is linked to living longer

This traditional drink is linked to living longer
Sasha Sasha 2 March, 2020
A traditional way to heart health and a long life. Drinking tea as little as 3 times per week has been linked to a reduction in heart disease and all causes of death, new research finds. A study on 100,902 subjects suggests that regular tea drinking i...
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2 types of schizophrenia discovered by scientists (m)

2 types of schizophrenia discovered by scientists (m)
Percy Percy 2 March, 2020
Members only The discovery of two neurological sub-types of schizophrenia may help with treatments. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot ...
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One simple way to help people with depression

One simple way to help people with depression
Lady Lady 2 March, 2020
Unfortunately, many people do little to help those with depression. Many people are reluctant to reach out and help the depressed, new online research underlines. The study of Facebook examined how friends reacted to posts about depression. The resul...
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So that you may know for certain

So that you may know for certain
Chen Chen 1 March, 2020
by Audrey Frank @AudreyCFrankNow many have undertaken to compile an account of the things that have been fulfilled among us, like the accounts passed on to us by those who were eyewitnesses and servants of the word from the beginning. So it seemed good ...
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The foods that protect against anxiety (m)

The foods that protect against anxiety (m)
Lady Lady 1 March, 2020
Members only Anxiety disorders are more common in women. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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4 types of questions you’ll be asked in a brand management interview (and how to answer them)

4 types of questions you’ll be asked in a brand management interview (and how to answer them)
Campbell Campbell 29 February, 2020
Sign inSign UpJobsCompaniesAdviceCoachingForEmployersInterviewingPeopleImages/Getty Images byRebecca Horan Congrats on landing a brand management interview! Now that you’ve got one toe in the door, I’m here to help you make your very best impression. ...
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12 awesome companies hiring on the muse right now

12 awesome companies hiring on the muse right now
Campbell Campbell 29 February, 2020
Sign inSign UpJobsCompaniesAdviceCoachingForEmployersFinding a Job byRebeca Piccardo Finding the right job at the right company takes time. But we’re here to help in your search—that’s why we’ve compiled this list of our 12 newest partners, all hiring...
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The new rules of work, episode 1: the first 90 days with stacey payne

The new rules of work, episode 1: the first 90 days with stacey payne
Shelley Shelley 29 February, 2020
Sign inSign UpJobsCompaniesAdviceCoachingForEmployersTraining & Development byThe New Rules of Work In this episode of The New Rules of Work podcast, Kathryn Minshew, Founder and CEO of The Muse, talked with Stacey Payne, formerly Chief People Officer...
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Remembering what defines true success as a writer

Remembering what defines true success as a writer
Anceany Anceany 29 February, 2020
by Edie Melson @EdieMelsonFor where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Matthew 6:21One thing I’ve noticed is that we writers are way too hard on ourselves. We’re constantly comparing ourselves to each other, looking for affirmation through...
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Which marketing career is right for you? 9 common jobs from social media to seo

Which marketing career is right for you? 9 common jobs from social media to seo
Campbell Campbell 29 February, 2020
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.Career AdviceGetting StartedGetting AheadWork RelationshipsChanging JobsWork-Life BalanceWorking AbroadCareer VideosJob SearchFinding a JobResumes & Cover LettersI...
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Inciting incident: definition, examples, types, and how to start a story right

Inciting incident: definition, examples, types, and how to start a story right
Ekta Ekta 29 February, 2020
ASSESSMENT BLOG ABOUT RESOURCES USearchtHelpLoginJoin Our Writing GrouplSelect Page by Joe Bunting | 64 comments How do you start a story? You might have heard that you need to start a story with a bang, that you need to begin with deep conflic...
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Coming back to powerful habits (plus 6 powerful habits)

Coming back to powerful habits (plus 6 powerful habits)
Jessica Jessica 29 February, 2020
Leo Babauta I was talking with a client about how he felt constantly behind on his email, Slack and other messages and small tasks. I suggested having regular times to do those things: 15 minutes in the morning and evening each for email and Slack (fo...
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The drum: tips to help brands excel in 2020

The drum: tips to help brands excel in 2020
Victoria Victoria 29 February, 2020
the drum: tips to help brands excel in 2020
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Metacognition: new developments and challenges

Metacognition: new developments and challenges
Deepa Deepa 29 February, 2020
Contributor InstructionsThe Brains BlogSince 2005, a leading forum for work in the philosophy and science of mind Menu Skip to content Contributor InstructionsMasthead Founder:Gualtiero Piccinini Managing Editor:John Schwenkler Contributing Editors:R...
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A fascinating sign of ocd (m)

A fascinating sign of ocd (m)
Sasha Sasha 29 February, 2020
Members only The reason the world is more uncertain and surprising to people with OCD. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog member.Find out more Members can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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Start your passion project right now by taking 5 small steps

Start your passion project right now by taking 5 small steps
Ekta Ekta 29 February, 2020
Jessie Kwak 37 CommentsUPDATED You’ve had a passion project (or seven) rattling around inside your brain for months now. Maybe you love telling people about it, or maybe you’re keeping mum — either way, you can’t stop thinking about how amazing it wi...
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The uncommon juice that lowers blood pressure

The uncommon juice that lowers blood pressure
Sasha Sasha 29 February, 2020
Drinking this uncommon juice can lower blood pressure. The lingonberry is a tiny red berry similar to a cranberry, but powerful enough to improve blood vessel function, new research finds. Drinking lingonberry juice in the long-term will lower blood p...
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Love to tell stories? this tech leader does—and found her dream career in product marketing

Love to tell stories? this tech leader does—and found her dream career in product marketing
Campbell Campbell 28 February, 2020
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.Career AdviceGetting StartedGetting AheadWork RelationshipsChanging JobsWork-Life BalanceWorking AbroadCareer VideosJob SearchFinding a JobResumes & Cover LettersI...
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