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  • How Thought Leadership Inspires Action With Ideas
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    How Thought Leadership Inspires Action With Ideas

    Denise Brosseau believes that leading in today’s complicated world requires clarity of intention, voice, and focus. In essence, it requires thought leadership. In Denise’s view, thought leadership isn’t just about being famous or being known, it’s about getting your ideas out to the world in a way that promotes engagement, connection, and action. And Denise… More

  • How to live on a tight budget in your 20s
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    How to live on a tight budget in your 20s

    ADVERTISEMENT Most of us are already living on our own, as in not with our parents, by our 20s. We have a job and are just beginning out paths in our respective careers and getting to know life outside the protective shadow of the familial wing. I myself have been living on my own since… More

  • An Innovator’s City Guide to São Paulo, Brazil
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    An Innovator’s City Guide to São Paulo, Brazil

    The tenth-largest city in the world and the largest in the Americas, São Paulo is a unique place. Its size, diversity, and energy outweigh its traffic and concrete jungle. Here you can spend months visiting museums, theaters, concerts, restaurants, and parks without running out of things to do. Go to Vila Madalena and immerse yourself… More

  • 10 Amazing Things You Can Learn From Your Poop
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    10 Amazing Things You Can Learn From Your Poop

    Hardly a day goes by without a research study or article published talking sh*t—or more precisely, talking about the gut microbiome. When it comes to cutting-edge innovations in medicine, all signs point to the microbiome. Maybe we should have listened to Hippocrates: “All disease begins in the gut.” Your microbiome is mostly located in your… More

  • Read these books if you don’t like reading
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    Read these books if you don’t like reading

    ADVERTISEMENT Reading is not for everyone. And that is totally alright. No need to feel bad about it, or force yourself to read a book and suffer through it. Reading is supposed to be a pleasant, relaxing and thrilling experience. That’s why we have compiled four books for people who hate reading.  Maybe, just maybe, you… More

  • Maybe You’ve Tried Ayahuasca, But Have You Done Full Integration?
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    Maybe You’ve Tried Ayahuasca, But Have You Done Full Integration?

    Ayahuasca is an ancient amazonian psychedelic plant medicine that is brewed by shamans from two plants – the ayahuasca vine and the chakruna leaf. The main active component in this plant is dimethyl tryptamine or DMT, which is found in many living things, plants and animals, it exists inside of our pineal gland, which is… More

  • New Moon In Aries: Moving Forward In New Ways
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    New Moon In Aries: Moving Forward In New Ways

    We are having a New Moon in Aries on April 15th/16th, depending on where you are located in the world. New Moon’s are the start of a new 29.5 day Lunar Cycle which ushers in a new wave of energy for the coming month. The themes of this New Moon are strongest over the following… More

  • Tiny Tooth Sensor Tracks What You Eat, and It Could Help You Be Healthier
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    Tiny Tooth Sensor Tracks What You Eat, and It Could Help You Be Healthier

    The South Beach diet. The Atkins diet. Eating paleo. Cutting out gluten. Going vegan. The list of fad diets and health crazes goes on, yet health statistics in the US and around the world show that most people still don’t know what to eat, or when, or how much. New research from Tufts University’s engineering… More

  • This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through April 14)
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    This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through April 14)

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AI Learns a New Trick: Measuring Brain CellsRobbie Gonzalez | Wired “For three months, I spent three or four hours a day, five or six days a week, in a small room, peering through a microscope and snapping photos of the brain cells. …This kind of work, which is common in neuroscience research, requires… More

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