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How to Find Your Dream Job

A lot of people beat themselves up because they think they're supposed to know exactly what their ideal career looks like. So they refuse to experiment or to commit to even minor changes until they know what the big picture will look like in exacting detail.
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How to Know You're Right While Thinking You Could Be Wrong

The fact is that life does not give us the luxury of avoiding decisions; it does not allow us to simply get by without ever taking a stand. In being called upon to act -- with actions, by definition, being black-and-white -- we are called upon to inherently make clear-cut decisions. You do, or you do not. There is no middle possibility of acting and not-acting at the same time. In action, a definite choice must be made.
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Does "Objectivity" Belong in Newscasts About Climate Change?

Although climate change seems to be insidiously disrupting our social fabric, it makes the newscast only when there's a dramatic natural disaster. But given the strong consensus between the media and environmental advocates that objectivity doesn't do justice for climate change how can the news media provide effective coverage of climate change?
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Why There's Value in Self-Doubt

When we hear stories such as Wade Michael Page, the white supremacist who murdered supremacist six Sikhs in their Temple in Wisconsin, we think of the grave travesty of hate. What I think of though is the grave and tear-filled travesty of the absence of doubt. Those who hate, as Page did, have to believe that they are 100 per cent correct in their views.