Your Saturday “Stay in Bed” Stimulus

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Posted April 20, 2013 by Career Girl Network in Features
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Every Saturday, you get your weekly dose of “Stay in Bed Stimulus” – great reads, fun videos, and amazing podcasts and pieces of music that will make you want to stay in bed an extra hour, and get your much needed relaxation time in this weekend!

 

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Give and Take by Adam Grant

He is the youngest professor to ever receive tenure at the prestigious Wharton Business School and his theory in this book is groundbreaking.

What’s the sneak peak? There are givers, there are takers, and there are matchers. Who is the lowest performing? The givers. Who is the highest performing? The givers!

 

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Dove’s Real Beauty Sketches

It’s an experiment only the incredible body and self image experts of Dove could develop. Women were asked to describe their own faces to a sketch artist. Then, someone who was merely an acquaintance of theirs was asked to do the same thing.

How did these women’s depictions of themselves differ from those of others? It’s a stark and moving comparison.

 

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The Jillian Michaels Show

She’s becoming one of the best loved television personalities of our time. In addition, she’s created a fitness empire that has helped countless men and women around the world get healthy and stay healthy.

Each week, we log on to hear Jillian’s advice via her iTunes podcast, and this week’s version was fabulous!

 

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