When I say that my wife and I wrote a novel together, people’s first reaction is almost universal: “You’re still married?” The idea seems terrifying -- but we loved it. The project took us three years, and though we had disagreements along the way, we kept each other motivated and focused. (And it’s coming out this October! It’s called Mr. Nice Guy.) If it worked for us, I
This is Maggie — a sweet little Shih Tzu-Chihuahua mix with a very big personality.
When she's happy, it shows. But on one particular day, it showed more than usual.
Maggie lives on Long Island with her owners, a Twitter user named Eunice and her father. There, she never stops delighting them simply by being her adorable self.
"She is the cutest! She has quite a personality," Eunice told The Dodo. "She loves to cuddle but is also a yapper at times. She’s very mischievous!"
Eunice certainly knows just how mischievous Maggie can be.
A few months back, her father decided to take an afternoon nap. He wears <a href="https://www.thedodo
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A typical day in the life of a professional team consists of an endless number of to-dos. Unless there’s a plan in place to tackle them, the items on the checklist pile up fast.
We are decades into the digitization of the world, but there still continue to be Luddites who would rather use pen and paper to make lists than use apps on their small-screen phones. Pen and paper? More reliable, these people believe.
But this approach cannot work in a company set-up where teams need to collaborate across offices and geographical locations, and where members need lists to be centralized so they can ascertain the statu
Do you have a path breaking start-up idea?
Does the fact that nearly 80% of start-ups fail scare you?
Have you been brimming with a conflict of doubts in your mind?
If you feel, you have a revolutionary start-up idea and the goal of which resonates with your personal goals, you shouldn’t hesitate to start right now. However you do have doubts if it would be successful in the long run. Obviously this is no trial round and you don’t want it to fail. Read through the following questions and answer them well before putting a firm foot ahead. These questions will definitely help you gaze the success of your venture.
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What makes a champion? Serena Williams is undoubtedly the best tennis player in the world, and many would say that she’s the best overall athlete of her time. Williams has sparked interest across the globe with her powerful form, commitment to the game, and, most of all, her incredible winning record.
Serena Williams possesses a great deal of skill on the court, but her success can be directly linked to her winning mindset. You might not be a professional athlete, but you can learn how to adopt a champion mindset from studying Serena Williams. Here are a few ways you can incorporate these foundational aspects of success into your professional life, even if it doesn’t involve dominating at the U.S. Open.
1. Build a winning routine
As Tony Robbins says, “Repetition is the mother of skill.” You don’t simply become great at your job over night –, you p
Sarah Hegarty, a 26-year-old dog groomer from Perth, Australia, and her husband Aaron Shaw have their hands full raising 2 little daughters and 4 Samoyed do
As a leader, being nice can create a more positive work environment for you and the people you’re leading. It can also help the people on your team have the confidence they need to perform at their best. Kindness is so important to Craig Dubitsky that he built an entire company around the idea and incorporated it into his title: friendly founder of hello products.
Craig came up with the idea of a naturally friendly oral care company when he was looking for toothpaste in a Manhattan drugstore. “I looked at the shelf, and I saw these products that literally had pictures of extracted teeth on them,” he says. “I really love brand and