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Discovery Of 9,000-Year-Old Female Hunter Skeleton – What Does That Mean?

A new scientific theory came to challenge the prevailing debate theory about the distribution of work in early human societies. Scientists believed that men were hunters and women used to raise the kids and collect fruits from the trees. The controversy started when archaeologists discovered the bones of a 9,000-year-old...
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How People Mislead Others

Leading things in a different direction is not rare. Today we will talk about the most popular ways people choose to mislead their friends, family, and co-workers. Being a drama queen is a perfect example. A situation where a false reaction proves this attitude appears when we see people overreacting...
Bob Lisser
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Building The Growth Advantage

The saying goes, “An unaimed arrow never misses.” As I travel the country, I find one consistent theme: most executives, managers, and employees are “unaimed,” meaning they don’t know their company’s Vital Goals or how they contribute to those goals. How do I know this? I ask. I’ve asked hundreds...
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