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By Tony Schwartz | 9:55 AM October 26, 2011 I spent much of last week on the road.
Eager to get back home when my work was done, I took the red-eye flight from San Francisco to New York at 10 pm. I arrived home at 8:30 am and had to go straight to the office, after less than five hours of fitful sleep on the plane. By early afternoon, I felt like hell. 5 Things To Do Every Day For Success. Fast Company wants you to have your best year yet in 2012; click for more advice and tips on how to work smarter, manage your career, and lead a more meaningful life.
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Whenever the subject of why some people learn faster comes up, I get a whole host of common answers: Some people are just naturally smart.
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