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How to Recognize You are Burnout?

Kenneth R. Rosen‘s (Senior News Analyst of The New York Times) How to Recognize Burnout Before You’re Burned Out explains work place stress factors, signs of burnout and some tips to combat burnout.

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Opioids Addiction Watch

What Foods & Drugs Have Common to Our Brains

The New York Times opinion columnist Richard A. Friedman‘s (professor of clinical psychiatry and the director of the psychopharmacology clinic at the Weill Cornell Medical College) What Cookies and Meth Have in Common to our brain very clearly explains how people get addicted with foods & drugs & role of our environment that we live […]

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Healthy Life Style

Short Power Naps at Work

In The New York Times’s Take Naps at Work. Apologize to No One, Tim Herrera writes about the benefit of short power naps at work. I have been taking such power naps (5-10 min) almost daily and has experienced great benefit. I offer no apologies to anyone too!

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Technology Watch

The One Device – Secret History of iPhone

The New York Times has a book review on The One Device – The Secret History of iPhone.

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General

How to Guide From Ultra-Rich

The Washington Post has a A how-to guide from the ultra-rich: What to tell your kids about money post.  Useful for all children to learn little about what is in their parents’ mind wealth !

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General

Power of Positive Attitude

The interview with Barbara Corcoran by Adam Bryant in The New York Times. I try to have positive attitude (half-full) as well as much is possible.

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What is New?

Nepal After an Earthquake and Destruction

The April 15, 2015 earthquake in Kathmandu & Nepal, as captured by Omar Havana, a Spanish Photographer living in Kathmandu during the earthquake, has been published in Endurance, a book about Strength & Spirit of the Nepalese people.

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General

Oxygen Bottles Theft at the Mount Everest

The Washington Post reporter Merissa Pyne has a news report Trouble at the top of the world: Everest climbers complain of theft of oxygen bottles. Very interesting!

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General

Mark Zuckerburg – In His Own Words at Harvard Class of ’17

To-day Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave a commencement address to the 2017 class Harvard University from where he was dropped out from about 10 years before. His address was very personal as well as inspirational with a message to the Millennial generation “to keep our society moving forward, we have a generational challenge — to not […]

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Technology Watch

Google Knows When We Go to Store & Buy

As we like & use free media tools for our ease & convenience, we leave behind our electronic foot prints. Google develops lot of free media tools. There is a report Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff, but is it surprising? The tech companies who offer free tools […]