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A beginner’s guide to The Ezra Klein Show
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The first episode of The Ezra Klein Show aired in February 2016. It’s an episode I still like: In it, Rachel Maddow discusses her background as an HIV/AIDS activist, what she learned from skinhead rallies, how power works in politics, and the case for skipping the op-ed page. Almost four years and 300 episodes later,…

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A burn victim who was told he’d never walk normally is climbing Mount Everest with his wife after crossing Antarctica alone
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Crystal Cox/Business InsiderColin O’Brady and Jenna Besaw. Colin O’Brady, the pro-triathlete turned adventurer who became the first person to cross Antarctica alone and unaided has released a new memoir about his journey, titled “The Impossible First.” The book is a raw and vulnerable report that O’Brady said he hopes will motivate others to get “fired…

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Can’t Get Motivated to Exercise at Home? Take Some Tips From the Tone It Up Founders
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Best friends Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott founded Tone It Up back in 2009 and, more than a decade later, the trainers are overwhelmed by the community of strong women they’ve inspired to get moving. After a workout event at New York City’s Energi, Karena told POPSUGAR she firmly believes that the community of Tone…

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The Ultimate Guide To Making A Powerful Vision Board
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You’ve heard about vision boards and how powerful they can be.You may have even heard you can manifest your dreams and attract wealth and success by using them.But a vision board isn’t about magic or wishful thinking.Rather, it’s a practical tool to help you reach your goals and make positive change in your life.It’s more…

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Eating your way to an early grave Eating
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A 20-year analysis published in 2019 revealed that one in five people who die every year dies as the direct result of what they continue to eat or poor food choices. These numbers include medical-related deaths and deaths as a result of old age, vehicular accidents, homicides, and more. Nevertheless, there is one binding truth…

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9 business books picked by founders, CEOs, and industry leaders for people who don’t want to go back to school to get an MBA
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This story requires our BI Prime membership. To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content. The benefits to getting an MBA are networking and prestige, but the skills you need to be a business leader can also be learned from reading…

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312: Moving Through Menopause: What to Expect & How to Prepare With Dr. Lyla Blake-Gumbs
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Child: Welcome to my Mommy’s podcast.This podcast is sponsored by BLUblox. They create stylish and effective blue light blocking glasses for any time of day. There are several different options. Their BluLite lens is a clear lens designed for people who work under artificial light during the day, but they don’t want to look like…

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If You Put Too Much Pressure On First Dates, Here’s How To Dial It Down
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The first date jitters are so real, fam — and it’s not surprising in the least. With popular expressions like “First impressions are everything,” and “You only get one chance to make a first impression,” it can feel like there’s an overwhelming amount of pressure to be on your A-game. It’s only natural to want…

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Age-Old Runners: Bob Hearn
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‘Age-Old Runners’ is an article series where we explore runners’ performance potential after the age of 45 by interviewing excellent middle-aged runners. Is there still potential to improve? What roles do motivation, mindset, and specific training and recovery techniques play in allowing runners in their mid-40s to mid-60s to continue to excel? To learn more…

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Climate crisis: we are not individuals fighting a faceless system – we are the system that needs to change
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Climate change no longer seems just a future threat. In 2019, major fires in Australia, Russia and California burned over 13.5 million hectares of land – an area four times greater than the size of Belgium. Major floods and cyclones displaced over four million people in Bangladesh, India and Iran, while entire townships were laid…

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Would aim to wrap up contest in first round itself: Ritu Phogat on her next MMA fight
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Written by Shivam Saha | New Delhi | Updated: February 12, 2020 8:02:57 pm Ritu Phogat will step into the ring for her second clash against China’s Wu Chiao Chen on February 28. (Source: onefc.com)After announcing her arrival in the mixed martial arts circuit on a stellar note, India’s Ritu Phogat is ready to carry…

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Self-Care Strategies for Super Busy Parents
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Whether you work full time, stay at home with your kids, or do a combination of both, you’re likely strapped for time. And that means that self-care might rarely make your schedule. After all, you’re busy and maybe overwhelmed. Maybe you don’t have extra (or any) childcare. Maybe you work a split shift, so after…

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12 Mind-Blowing Tips for Increasing Your Overall Positivity
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Positive thinking has been often used in a wrong connotation. People abuse the power of this great practice and suggest that it will attract you money, wealth, and abundance. “Be positive and you’ll have anything you want!” No, you will not. That’s nonsense and that’s not the purpose of exercising your mind to think this…

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Transcript of Learning to Become a Leader
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Back to Podcast John Jantsch: This episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is brought to you by Zephyr CMS. It’s a modern cloud based CMS system that’s licensed only to agencies. You can find them at zephyrcms.com, more about this later in the show. John Jantsch: Hello, and welcome to another episode of The…

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