Month: October 2020

Anyone who believes romantic relationships are easy may still be lacking in the experience department. Actor and stand-up comedian Kevin Hart has shared many a side-splitting comedy routine with the world precisely about this most difficult of engagements: romance. Whether it’s being newly (and obnoxiously) in love, being longterm married (and bitter about it), or
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Jim Carrey teaches you how to silence your inner demons and dream up a life worth living. Main Clips are from: – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind → http://amzn.to/1rFf8oD – The Truman Show → http://amzn.to/27c8c2A – Bruce Almighty → http://amzn.to/23FYQrB – The Mask → http://amzn.to/24JlmSE Transcript: Your need for acceptance can make you invisible
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A new study indicates some Canadian mothers have taken on the equivalent of nearly two full-time jobs providing child care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using data from COVID19monitor.org, McMaster University researchers tracked the time thousands of Canadian parents spent caring for children before and during the pandemic. Read more: Want a full economic recovery? Childcare
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Takeaway: The most productive people don’t hustle themselves into an early grave—they work with calm deliberateness, prioritizing thoughtfulness over speed. This will help you work with greater intention. Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes, 45s. There seem to be two schools of thought for how we should approach productivity advice.   The first is that we should hustle
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This week’s Learning and Development action call hosted special guest Andre Martin, VP, People Development at Google. Martin was interviewed by i4cp CEO and co-founder Kevin Oakes. Here are some highlights from the call: The value of user-generated content and peer-to-peer learning. A program at Google that has been particularly valuable this year has been
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