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When George Plimpton asked Ernest Hemingway what the best training for an aspiring writer would be in a 1954 interview , Hem replied, “Let’s say that he should go out and hang himself because he finds that writing well is impossibly difficult.
In June of 2009, after Michael Jackson died, I decided it was time to learn how to moonwalk. I went to YouTube and found the “How to Moonwalk” video with the most hits, a simple 2:15 minute homemade job by Montreal DJ AngeDeLumiere .
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A recent situation at work reminded us of the challenges leaders face when they bring people together with different perspectives and temperaments. In our case, two employees, both incredibly creative, were having a difficult time working with each other. The root cause of the conflict was a fundamental difference in the way they saw and interacted with the world.
Mind & Brain :: Feature Articles :: February 14, 2012 :: :: Email :: Print See Inside How can identical twins grow up with different personalities?
The key to human individuality may lie not in our genes, but in the sequences that surround and control them, according to new research by scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Yale University. The interaction of those sequences with a class of key proteins, called transcription factors, can vary significantly between two people and are likely to affect our appearance, our development and even our predisposition to certain diseases, the study found.
Anyone who doubts that children are born with a healthy amount of ambition need spend only a few minutes with a baby eagerly learning to walk or a headstrong toddler starting to talk. No matter how many times the little ones stumble in their initial efforts, most keep on trying, determined to master their amazing new skill.
July 22, 2002 DEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES Are smart people overrated?
Praise, long considered the cure to a host of childhood and societal problems from bullying to alcoholism, might in fact be a problem for kids, writes novelist and journalist Po Bronson in New York Magazine .