Microsoft Office 365 for Beginners 2022

Microsoft Office 365 for Beginners 2022

Microsoft Excel is an important yet challenging application to learn and master. This is why it’s sometimes preferable to refer to an easy-to-understand guide in learning how to effectively use MS Excel. Whether you are a student looking to learn how to use an excel spreadsheet for a school project, a professional looking to learn […]

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Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall

Meet Me by the Fountain An Inside History of the Mall

From the turnpike the American Dream was a great gray blob. An earlier version of this mall, then named Meadowlands Xanadu, had worn its tacky heart on its sleeve, its vast expanse a riot of blocks and stripes of color, the patterns dramatizing the precipitous angle of the indoor ski slope as it rose from […]

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The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth: Live Them and Reach Your Potential

The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth Live Them and Reach Your Potential

Potential is one of the most wonderful words in any language. It looks forward with optimism. It is filled with hope. It promises success. It implies fulfillment. It hints at greatness. Potential is a word based on possibilities. Think about your potential as a human being and you get excited—at least, I hope you do. […]

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Think Like a Horse: Lessons in Life, Leadership, and Empathy from an Unconventional Cowboy

Think Like a Horse Lessons in Life, Leadership, and Empathy from an Unconventional Cowboy

If you’d told me back then that I’d end up focusing my work not just on horses but on people, I would never have believed you. The last thing I could have imagined is that I’d end up writing books and teaching leadership principles to executives, coaches, parents, politicians, judges, and more. My boyhood dream […]

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Cabin Fever: The Harrowing Journey of a Cruise Ship at the Dawn of a Pandemic

Cabin Fever The Harrowing Journey of a Cruise Ship at the Dawn of a Pandemic

MARCH 6, 2020 Quinquela Martín Cruise Ship Port, Buenos Aires, Argentina Wiwit Widarto walked down the gangway of the MS Zaandam and into the bustle of Buenos Aires, another twelve hours in the cruise ship’s sweltering laundry behind him. He’d worked relentlessly, enduring all day on his feet in the bowels of the ship. In […]

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Escaping Gravity: My Quest to Transform NASA and Launch a New Space Age

Escaping Gravity My Quest to Transform NASA and Launch a New Space Age

The Mars Science Laboratory was on track to land on the Red Planet at 10:30 p.m. PDT on August 5, 2012, after traveling over 10,000 miles per hour for 283 days. The mission—known as MSL—carried the largest, most complex and scientifically advanced spacecraft ever built to land anywhere other than Earth. The rover’s name was […]

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The End of the World is Just the Beginning

The End of the World is Just the Beginning

The past century or so has been a bit of a blitzkrieg of progress. From horse-and-buggy to passenger trains to the family car to everyday air travel. From the abacus to adding machines to desktop calculators to smartphones. From iron to stainless steel to silicon-laced aluminum to touch-sensitive glass. From waiting for wheat to reaching […]

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Be Your Future Self Now: The Science of Intentional Transformation

Be Your Future Self Now The Science of Intentional Transformation

“Assume the consciousness of being the one you want to be, and you will be saved from your present state.” —Neville Goddard1 On the evening of October 4, 2015, instead of studying for his 11th-grade history test, 17-year-old Jimmy Donaldson filmed four YouTube videos. While Jimmy had been actively creating YouTube videos for over three […]

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The PD Book: 7 Habits that Transform Professional Development

The PD Book 7 Habits that Transform Professional Development

From Elena So many people have launched me, keep me going, remind me of why I do what I do, and make what I do possible. What follows is a brief acknowledgment of some of those people. My gratitude for Lori Cohen has grown exponentially since we first met. I would not have written this […]

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Ancient Iran: A Captivating Guide to Persia

Ancient Iran A Captivating Guide to Persia

Ancient Iran (Persia) is considered one of the cradles of civilization. Along with its close neighbor, ancient Iraq or Mesopotamia, these regions were often considered a single geo-political region throughout the Persian Empires. Spanning four millennia from 3500 BCE to 650 CE, the ancient dynasties of Iran were arguably the most culturally influential the world […]

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Hostages No More: The Fight for Education Freedom

Hostages No More The Fight for Education Freedom

In the fall of 2021, a politician told the truth and started a movement. Glenn Youngkin, the underdog candidate for Virginia governor, defended parental control over children’s education in a debate. To which Terry McAuliffe, the front-runner, replied: “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.” Some called it a “gaffe”—a […]

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The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain

The Extended Mind The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain

WHEN YOU’RE WRITING a book about how to think well, your sources—the cognitive scientists, psychologists, biologists, neuroscientists, and philosophers who all have something to contribute on the subject—will often seem to be speaking, via their work, directly to you: Yes, you there, writing a book! They cajole and insist, they argue and debate, they issue […]

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