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Posted by on in Sex
The movie Fifty Shades of Grey is scheduled for release this month. It is based on an erotic romance novel of the same name that was published in 2011. The novel topped bestseller lists around the world and is the fastest selling paperback since records began. It is notable for its explicit erotic scenes featuring elements of sexual practices involving bondage and discipline, and sadomasochism (BDSM).  The American Psychiatric Association,...

Posted by on in Character
Rarely does someone leave a job because of the expense report policy, the location of his or her workstation or the wall color. Most people quit a job because they can no longer tolerate their boss or they have lost faith in senior management. This is can be especially true in a fledgling company where the actions of a manager or leader are magnified. Conversely, people will stay at a company or in a job during thick and thin if they respect and ...
Whether you are the CEO of a large and prosperous company or an employee whom others depend on, the qualities of true leadership are identical. Leadership is often confused with authority, but a leader can be anyone at the company -- even an entry-level employee. You can see the impact these key employees have on the productivity, effectiveness and morale of their colleagues and sometimes even their managers. Cultivate these 10 leadership ...

Posted by on in Behaviour
LinkedIn Influencer Jeff Haden published this post originally on LinkedIn. Happiness: everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it, especially those in their early forties. (That's about the time many of us start thinking, "Is this all there is?") Maybe that's because approximately 50% of your "happiness set-point" is determined by personality traits that are largely hereditary. In short, half of ...

Posted by on in Love
Let’s Begin… Is love a signal winding through your neural pathways? A cliche? A cult? Love is easy to compare but difficult to define, maybe because we’re fundamentally biased; we try to define love while falling in or out of it. And love feels differently to every person who feels it, but this subjective emotion has evolutionary explanations, too. Brad Troeger takes a shot at the definition of love....