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The BMJ

You finish your morning rounds, a little later than hoped, and as you leave you overhear a fed-up junior doctor questioning your plans and...

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Wall Street Journal

Essay | The Power of Mattering at Work - 4 weeks

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For employees, knowing that they are valued can be key to job satisfaction and mental...

Uncertainty is ubiquitous in clinical medicine. This applies to the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of illness. Patients may not be explicitly aware of the...

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Farnam Street

Setting and Achieving Goals - 1 month

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We tend to assume that the worst that has happened is the worst that can happen, and then prepare for that. We forget that...

The joy we derive from others’ success comes with many...

From struggling to find work after retiring from the military to becoming a prominent business leader, Brian Butler’s secret sauce is in community...

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Tampa Bay Times

This is my last column | Column - 1 month

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Everyone has an opinion, but precious few get to have their voices magnified — much less be paid for it, writes Leonard...

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Farnam Street

Every Day - 2 weeks

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Action creates progress. Progress creates momentum. Momentum creates...

Digital distractions are ramping up our natural tendency to shift focus, raising stress levels and hurting productivity. But we can still take...

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    "We still own our attention,... , we can take change into our own hands" Research shows that, on average, we shift our gaze from our screens every 47 seconds and check email 77 times a day. Can we find ways to slow down? https://t.co/ptSupMIvjm via @WSJ - view on twitter