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Hillary makes history

"Surround yourself with people who believe in you more than you do in yourself."
 — Gabriela Natale

 
Hillary makes history
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Hillary Clinton, now the presumptive Democratic nominee, becomes the first woman ever in the United States to capture a major party's nomination for the country's presidency. The historical moment comes 96 years after women won the right to vote.

Clinton — former first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state — will face off against presumptive Republican nominee Donal Trump in the general election in November.

Clinton also ranks number 2 in Forbes' 100 Most Powerful Women list
, with a clear shot at number one if she wins the nation's vote.
Thank you, Sweden! Your 6-hour workday experiment gives us all hope
Employees in Gothenburg, Sweden have been testing out a six-hour workday — at full pay — to prevent burnout. After two years, the results are looking promising.

Sahlgrenska University Hospital’s orthopedics unit switched 89 nurses and doctors to a six hour days last year — no one has called in sick since it began, and the nurses and doctors have been more efficient.

A few businesses in Sweden — including a Toyota service center and the Background AB digital production company — have voluntarily switched to six-hour workdays, saying that they’ve seen less turnover, more productivity and increased creativity. 

“What’s good is that we’re happy. And a happy worker is a better worker,” Arturo Perez, a caregiver at Svartedalens nursing home where six-hour workdays were tested, said to The New York Times.

Should U.S. companies experiment with 6-hour workday?

1.  Heck yeah!
2.  Don't be ridiculous
Did John Oliver just become the new Oprah Winfrey?
In a 20-min rant against the debt-buying industry on his show Last Week Tonight, the British comedian outdid Oprah's 2004 audience-wide car giveaway.

John Oliver set up a Mississippi consumer debt collection agency called Central Asset Recovery Professionals – “CARP” after the bottom-feeding fish. After its creation, CARP had the chance to buy $15 million in out-of-statute medical debt (meaning the debt was technically too old to be collected under state law) for $60,000.

CARP pulled the trigger and, along with the debt, acquired the names, current addresses and social security numbers of nearly 9,000 debtors. That means Oliver was free to pursue those owing parties in any way he saw fit.

But instead of hounding them for payment, Oliver forgave every penny, making it the largest monetary giveaway in TV history.
Want to know if you've got a shot at that dream job? New LinkedIn updates claim to do just that

It's hard enough trying to land a job, and even harder if you spend hours applying for positions that you aren’t likely to land.

Wish you could home in on only the ones you are most qualified for? That's where LinkedIn's new, personalized metrics in its “Jobs” tool can come to the rescue.


"It’s no longer about finding jobs, but finding the right job and leveraging your competitive edge to land it,” LinkedIn Product Manager Thogori Karago said in a statement. Users with “Job Seeker” subscriptions can view openings for which they’d be a standout applicant – within the top 50% of people sending in their resume – and will also be able to see the fastest-growing companies in their profession.

All users, including free members, will be able to see which college alumni and former colleagues they’re connected with at a given firm, too.


“We are saying goodbye to the static, one-dimensional jobs boards for good and continuing to build our new job seeking experience… to help you search and apply smarter,” Karago said.

Time flies! 10 jobs that didn't exist a decade ago
Technology has reached such extraordinary heights over the last 10 years that it's already hard to imagine our world without Uber, drones and social media managers. One estimate suggests that 65% of primary school students today will end up working in completely new jobs that aren't even on our radar, World Economic Forum reported.

These 10, in-demand jobs didn't exist in 2006:
  1. App developer
  2. Social media manager
  3. Uber driver
  4. Driverless car engineer
  5. Cloud computing specialist
  6. Big data analyst/ data scientist
  7. Sustainability manager
  8. YouTube content creators
  9. Drone operators
  10. Millennial generational expert
Learn more at World Economic Forum
The key to startup success is bootstrapping, not outside funding

Bootstrapping is living within your means and finding creative non-cash ways to attract team members. It could also mean taking less money later.

But know this: more than 90% of satisfied entrepreneurs bootstrap because outside funding always comes with strings, most of them negative.

Maintaining your team’s freedom to focus first on innovation is one big plus in delaying a cash infusion from crowdfunding, angel investors or venture capitalists. Instead, you can apply your passion to creative business solutions and remain in full control of your company’s destiny.

Isn’t this why you were attracted to the entrepreneur lifestyle in the first place?
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