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How *crunch, crunch* oblivious are you?

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Look around you. Is anyone nearby—close enough to hear or smell you? If that’s the case, you may want to pay more attention to how your actions are affecting others. The world seems to be filled with people who are oblivious to the ways in which their actions affect othe…

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August 18, 2014 - Merge Gupta-Sunderji

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Woe to WOW Book: Social Intelligence

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Do you ever delay something you thought you would start ages ago? If you answered, "no", you're either lying or you haven't lived long enough yet.  Recently, a friend and trusted colleague of mine pointed out that I was delaying a project I'd mentioned to her. I invit…
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