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As a result, I've been on a years-long mission to collect as much science-based advice as possible regarding how to raise successful kids. Here are five of the most interesting and useful strategies I've found and highlighted recently.
1 day ago - Inc
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Did you know that the most successful and well-known people see books as the gateway to knowledge and credit reading as one of the factors in their achievements and happiness? The habit of reading helped them to focus on one single task for a long period of time.
5 hours ago - newsbytesapp.com
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Warren Buffett has tons of buyer power, but he doesn't tend to exercise it. Read on to see what tactics he's used through the years to save money.
4 days ago - The Motley Fool on MSN.com
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Starting a new business or a new career can feel overwhelming. These tips will help you kickstart your new path, get away from bad habits and form better ones.
6 days ago - Entrepreneur on MSN.com - Business
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There is a reason why everyone wants to be famous, and it is not about the paparazzi. Celebrities have famously full bank accounts. They make more money on one movie or public appearance than some people see in their entire lifetime.
1 day ago - TheThings on MSN.com - Entertainment
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The American Heart Association, the world’s largest voluntary health organization fighting heart disease and stroke, shares seven habits to help prevent stroke.
2 days ago - Post and Courier - Health
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A look at how Marcus Freeman has fared thus far through the lens of Hall of Famer Brian Polian's criteria for a successful coach
15 hours ago - Sports Illustrated - Sports
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Following his graduation from Vanderbilt University, a 22-year-old Tennessee man said Youth Villages' LifeSet program helped him find a path forward after he aged out of foster care.
20 hours ago - News Channel 5 Nashville
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Taking orders from customers for products before they become available for public purchase is a clever tactic used to drum up interest and create a buzz in the build-up to a new product launch. Customers love pre-orders because it means they can get their hands on a product before anyone else.
5 days ago - Forbes - ScienceAndTechnology
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Incidents of human-tiger conflict have increased in line with the growing populations of both the big cats and people, as more people venture into national parks and their buffer zones in search of firewood and food.
2 days ago - Eco-business - ScienceAndTechnology
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