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Indiana Youth Football Team Rebuilds Broken Bridge After Flooding

By Sunny Sky An Indiana football team helped tear down and replace a broken bridge that was destroyed by the recent flooding in southeastern Indiana. …

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The Costs of Being a Perfectionist Manager

By Anna Carmella G. Ocampo, Jun Gu and Mariano Heyden, Harvard Business Review Our obsession with perfection is increasing: A comprehensive study of perfectionism involving young adults …

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4 Odd Brain Hacks That Will Supercharge Your Creativity

By Marcel Schwantes, Inc. In post-pandemic times, staying creative and productive without sacrificing your health and well-being is critical. If you can’t take care of yourself first, …

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Elementary school makes parents laugh in carpool line with celebrity-inspired signs

By Elise Solé, TODAY An elementary school PTA group in Ohio made morning drop-off lines bearable — by entertaining parents. On Aug. 29, parents who drove …

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Mom of autistic son enrolls in medical school at age of 50

By Emma Dunn, SWNS This mom of an autistic son entered medical school to become a doctor at the age of 50 to “prove it’s never too …

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Research: We Make More Virtuous Choices When Using Pen and Paper

By Maferima Touré-Tillery and Lili Wang, Harvard Business Review From ordering food to buying a new book to making a charitable donation, more and more …

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