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    1. A Look Ahead at Mid-Market Research 2016 / 2017: Reigniting the Effectiveness of HR | Follow @2Elearning

      The mid-market[1] is thriving in the United States with nearly 200,000 businesses employing approximately 47.9 million people.[2] Mid-market organizations tend to be healthy—recording consistent revenue and job growth, prompting continued acceleration of innovation and new processes, and more importantly, challenging the way they are accustomed to working. However, amidst the stimuli, mid-market leaders express concerns […]

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    2. Sales Lead: OpenAI’s Universe is the fun parent every artificial intelligence deserves

      Every parent’s worst nightmare is a student spending more time playing video games and surfing the web than studying for school. But the team over at OpenAI believes that a “fun parent” approach could actually bring us all one step closer to the elusive generalized intelligence. Its new tool, Universe, was created to train and measure AI frameworks with video games…

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    3. From Sharing Great Stories To Bruce Lee's Genius: November's Top Leadership Stories | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      From Sharing Great Stories To Bruce Lee's Genius: November's Top Leadership Stories | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      This month's top stories may help you scrap that lame story from your repertoire and turn to Bruce Lee for career inspiration.

      This month we learned how Bruce Lee's personal development techniques are still so powerful, why some of the worst stories business leaders tell aren't really stories at all, and how the most effective managers keep their teams motivated over the long haul.

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    4. How LinkedIn Employees Use LinkedIn | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      How LinkedIn Employees Use LinkedIn | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      An insider tells us how to get the most out of LinkedIn.

      LinkedIn lets you digitally "network," but what exactly does that mean? Is it just a professional Facebook? If you ask the people who know it really well, the answer is no. We asked a LinkedIn employee to share some ideas about how to use the network and its features to its fullest.

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    5. A Look Ahead at Leadership 2016 / 2017: Redefining Leadership | Follow @2Elearning

      Leading others in the new world of work looks profoundly different from managing employees in previous decades[1]. New generations entering the workforce pose major challenges for those in leadership positions holding on to outdated management styles and hierarchical position thinking. The impact of an open talent economy, the power of social networks, and increased access […]

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    6. The "Internet of Food" Promises New Diet Success with DNA Testing

      The "Internet of Food" Promises New Diet Success with DNA Testing

      Friday, November 2, 2016 Finally, new hope on the diet front arrives. There are several new startups that are attempting to match our unique genetics, as well as our age and gender, to determine which foods are best of us on an individualized basis. This is good news to those of us who bounce from diet to diet trying to find the one that we do best on. This newer research seems to be saying that there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all diet.

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    7. How I Use Facebook Groups To Grow My Business

      How I Use Facebook Groups To Grow My Business

      Less than a year after quitting her job, this solopreneur now attracts 95% of her consulting work through Facebook.

      Eleven months after I started my own business, I found myself fully booked and in a position to pay myself a salary equal to what I was making as a VP at the marketing agency I'd left. And I owe virtually all that success to tapping the power of Facebook groups.

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    8. Your Brain Can Do More Than You Think It Can, Says Science | Follow @2Elearning

      Your Brain Can Do More Than You Think It Can, Says Science | Follow @2Elearning

      Our brains have the built-in potential to perform at levels far beyond what many of us consider our "natural abilities."

      In 2000, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published the results of a by-now famous research study examining the brains of London taxi drivers who had navigated the city's streets for years.

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    9. 5 Habits I Had To Abandon As CEO As My Startup Scaled | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      5 Habits I Had To Abandon As CEO As My Startup Scaled | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      If you're not careful, what helped get your company off the ground may prevent it from reaching new heights.

      Of all the challenges I've faced as the head of a startup, learning how to let go of things while growing fast has been one of the toughest. In the early stages, every founder is a master of all trades—there's no other way to get off the ground. But as your company scales, it's important to let go of some of those responsibilities.

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    10. Google acquires Qwiklabs to teach developers cloud skills | Follow @2Elearning

      Google today announced that it has acquired Qwiklabs, a hands-on learning platform for those who want to become more familiar with operating cloud environments and writing applications that run on them. Qwiklabs, which launched in 2012, only focused on teaching skills for Amazon’s AWS platform so far. Given AWS’ dominance in the marketplace, that made perfect sense. Amazon even…

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    11. How data science and rocket science will get humans to Mars | Follow @2Elearning

      How data science and rocket science will get humans to Mars | Follow @2Elearning

      President Obama recently re-affirmed America’s commitment to sending a manned mission to Mars. Think your data science challenges are complicated? Imagine the difficulties involved in mining data to understand the health impacts of a trip to Mars. When sending humans “where no one has gone before,” there are a multitude of variables to consider, and NASA is hard at work…

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    12. Robots Won't Try To Kill Us, Says Stanford's 100-Year Study Of AI | follow @2Elearning

      Robots Won't Try To Kill Us, Says Stanford's 100-Year Study Of AI | follow @2Elearning

      Stanford University is taking the long view on the future of AI with an ambitious project that will unfold throughout the century.

      For many people, talking about artificial intelligence and its implications for the future of humanity inspires the conversational equivalent of that internet argument about the dress being blue or gold.

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    13. Let This Hypnotist Show You How To Stay Focused And Achieve Your Goals | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      Let This Hypnotist Show You How To Stay Focused And Achieve Your Goals | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      Picture your goal—no, really picture it.

      Funny things happen when I snap my fingers. On a stage in Syracuse, a grown man fell instantly and deeply into a state of total relaxation and collapsed onto the floor. At a training event in Philadelphia, a woman became convinced she was communicating with extraterrestrials and started shouting in beeps and whistles. During a conference in Cleveland, an executive forgot his own name.

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    14. When Background Checks Go Wrong | Fast Company | @2Elearning

      When Background Checks Go Wrong | Fast Company | @2Elearning

      For home seekers and job hunters, inaccurate background information can be devastating. And getting errors corrected can be tough.

      After spending several years on a waiting list for a subsidized apartment in Tennessee, "Jack" says he was turned away by a leasing agent when incorrect information turned up in a routine background check.

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    15. Five CEOS On The Skills It Takes To Land The Corner Office | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      Five CEOS On The Skills It Takes To Land The Corner Office | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      These business leaders share some of the skills they didn't expect they'd need once they got to the top.

      The lure of the top corner office is strong, but there's a reason not everybody grows up to be the head of a company—the job is a massive undertaking. CEOs are asked to do it all: setting strategy, closing deals, hiring people, firing people, calming irate customers, fixing broken light switches. And sometimes that's just by 10 a.m. on Monday.

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    16. From Cold Emails That Work To Finding Your Purpose: This Week's Top Leadership Stories | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      From Cold Emails That Work To Finding Your Purpose: This Week's Top Leadership Stories | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      This week's top stories may get you to rethink the much-reviled cold email and ask the right questions to find your company's purpose.

      This week we learned why cold emailing may not be as useless as many believe, how a condiment company used its own history as the starting point for writing a mission statement, and why one Thiel Fellow is washing his hands of the Trump ally's organization.

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    17. Help for kids the education system ignores | Victor Rios | Follow @2Elearning

      Help for kids the education system ignores | Victor Rios | Follow @2Elearning

      Define students by what they contribute, not what they lack -- especially those with difficult upbringings, says educator Victor Rios. Interweaved with his personal tale of perseverance as an inner-city youth, Rios identifies three straightforward strategies to shift attitudes in education and calls for fellow educators to see "at-risk" students as "at-promise" individuals brimming with resilience, character and grit.

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