RT @AlexandraNWil: While the number of women in science and engineering fields has doubled over the past two decades, they still only account for 28 percent of workers in these occupations. Discouraged? You shouldn’t be. #forbesunder30 @forbes https://t.co/m06OdfqVDY

While the number of women in science and engineering fields has doubled over the past two decades, they still only account for 28 percent of workers in these occupations. Discouraged? You shouldn’t be. #forbesunder30 @forbes https://t.co/m06OdfqVDY — Alexandra N. Wilson (@AlexandraNWil) October 19, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/WillBermender October 20, 2018 at 07:49AM via IFTTT […]

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RT @morganhousel: Interest rates are rising, which is bad for stocks. But rates are rising because the economy is growing, which is good for stocks. High growth could cause inflation, which is bad for stocks. But inflation could boost earnings, which is good for stocks. Repeat until crazy.

Interest rates are rising, which is bad for stocks. But rates are rising because the economy is growing, which is good for stocks. High growth could cause inflation, which is bad for stocks. But inflation could boost earnings, which is good for stocks. Repeat until crazy. — Morgan Housel (@morganhousel) October 17, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from […]

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RT @HarvardBiz: Managers need to focus less on their personal achievements and more on helping their teams https://t.co/glLMQAjrQR

Managers need to focus less on their personal achievements and more on helping their teamshttps://t.co/glLMQAjrQR — Harvard Biz Review (@HarvardBiz) October 16, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/WillBermender October 17, 2018 at 01:25AM via IFTTT

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RT @FastCompany: Why Jeff Bezos is moonstruck to predict a trillion people living in space https://t.co/i0iATOrzfo

Why Jeff Bezos is moonstruck to predict a trillion people living in space https://t.co/i0iATOrzfo — Fast Company (@FastCompany) October 15, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/WillBermender October 15, 2018 at 08:16PM via IFTTT

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RT @FastCompany: Stephen Hawking’s final papers predict the future will be super-rich superhumans vs. regular humans https://t.co/YE14sPrbwF

Stephen Hawking’s final papers predict the future will be super-rich superhumans vs. regular humans https://t.co/YE14sPrbwF — Fast Company (@FastCompany) October 15, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/WillBermender October 15, 2018 at 01:19PM via IFTTT

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RT @HarvardBiz: Most people don’t include “learning potential” as one of the key criteria when they choose their job, but they should https://t.co/lRBF1RDyBc

Most people don’t include “learning potential” as one of the key criteria when they choose their job, but they shouldhttps://t.co/lRBF1RDyBc — Harvard Biz Review (@HarvardBiz) October 12, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/WillBermender October 12, 2018 at 11:34AM via IFTTT

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