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We talk to the tech pioneer about his career, racial biases in hiring, and why he's hopeful for the future.
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There is widespread fallacy that the business world is a cool and rational place. According to the rational-business belief system, when people go to work they are driven by logic. Other than the occasional high-five, hardly an emotion emerges as businesspeople calculate, strategize and execute their way to greatness.This is nonsense, of course. I know better, because I've worked in the business world forever. It's a hotbed of emotion, if we are ...
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Talk about a pay raise via a pay cut!
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If you've wondered about crop circles... Here's your answer. Ok, not really, but it's still cool.
A sweet stunt sets a world record in the Nevada desert.
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I've found that meditating (among other things) has helped me get a little space between something bad happening and my negative emotional response. So it's easier to think "I'm getting angry about traffic" in place of "traffic sucks!"
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#10: Go toward what scares you most.
These strategies can help you get unstuck and start thinking and working creatively again.
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"Lead By Example And Not Just By Talk."
---Read Also----3 Opportunities To Get The Most Out Of LinkedIn--------------------Fantastic bosses? For most of us that dealt with bosses throughout our careers, "fantastic", "awesome", "wonderful" are probably not the first words that come to mind...Yet, there are fantastic bosses, and if you are, like me a boss now, you want to strive to be "fantastic"! Great bosses do more than just sit in the corner office. They manage to inspire their emplo...
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Wow! Yes, this is cool.
Nilofer Merchant suggests a small idea that just might have a big impact on your life and health: Next time you have a one-on-one meeting, make it into a "walking meeting" — and let ideas flow while you walk and talk.
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Wow Sarah. Such an amazing experience and a perfect way to connect it to digital. Sometimes as developers and designers forget we're designing for humans. The human connection and experience is what EVERYTHING is about.

 BTW, you are an excellent speaker. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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+Paul Hebron Thank you for the kind words! I can tell you are passionate about designing/developing for real humans -- thanks for being a part of a movement to carry this idea forward.

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Psychedelia, found typography, and other ideas that shaped the way you absorb information
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“Courage is the first virtue that makes all other virtues possible.” —Aristotle
One of the most popular Dilbert comic strips in the cartoon’s history begins with Dilbert’s boss relaying senior leadership’s explanation for the company’s low profits. In response to his boss, Dilbert asks incredulously, “So they’re saying that profits went up because of great leadership and down because of a weak economy?” To which Dilbert’s boss replies, “These meetings will go faster if you stop putting things in context.”Great leadership is ...
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I could fly. Really. Even without my wings or my jet pack. My big sister Mae thought I was crazy and dared me to fly in front of the whole world. She knew I couldn't resist a dare.
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The superhero in me still wakes up... Ready to solve creative problems. What's next?
Absolutely one of the best dining experiences in Renton. Great Food! You can't go wrong here.
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I purchased a Groupon Deal for this place and figured I'd take a chance. Wow. Very good stuff. I love Indian food and can't get enough of the spices. I was not disappointed. My Groupon Deal gave me 3 free meals for some crazy low price. This might become another place to hangout for lunch.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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Vincent does a great haircut. Runs a clean barber shop and I've never been disappointed. Haircuts are around $20-25 dollars. He also offers shaves.
Public - 4 years ago
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We waited over 20 minutes for our salads... Then another 20 or so after we finished to get our meal. The table next to us had been in the restaurant for 2.5 hours and asked to have their final order boxed up. Guess we were the lucky ones.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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This was a fantastic experience. I took my wife there for her birthday and it truly was one of my favorite Seattle dining experiences. Add Novilhos to your list for sure!
Public - 4 years ago
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I use to be a Monday night regular for the silent auctions until I moved to Washington State. Mark treated me fairly. Always looked out for whatever I collected. I miss that place! Paul
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