A Guide to the Perfect Dinner Party

Get your notepad and huddle in close. I want to tell you about the perfect dinner party. If you’re anything like me you’re ill-behaved, easily bothered, crass, silly, and judgmental about food, and dinner parties can offer a unique opportunity to alienate people. But no worries. I got you. As Kant tells us, the purpose …
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2015 BWW Winter Conference

Organizing an effective meeting requires knowledge of psychology, social networking, and primarily people skills – particularly for managers who are expected to produce beneficial outcomes through their employees. Many corporations tap into services offered by motivational speakers in order to offer insight into how people are driven to succeed in their careers. Any employee can …
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“Food Hacks” are Obnoxious

Don’t get me wrong; I’m a sucker for clickbait. Yes, I want to see thirty-three dogs who “literally just can’t right now.” But as recently as a year ago a genre of clickbait has emerged that offends my conventional (though reliable) sensibilities; it’s “food hacks,” and they’re the stupidest thing ever. Food hacks are presented as shortcuts …
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