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Stephen J. Bronner


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Stephen:

You need to read how this entrepreneur turned garbage into delicious snacks

“Because our budget is so tight, everything we spend on feels important to the success of the business.” → Read More

The one key to workplace success everyone can use

Researchers didn’t uncover gender discrimination, but rather a proclivity to listen to people who expressed confidence. → Read More

Who is the ‘Lebron’ of your office? Star employees bring 1 weird benefit

In the NBA, there's a whole team — not just your Lebrons, Jordans, and Currys. But sometimes, stars need to shine. Other times, it's good to pull from the bench. → Read More

This huge new social experiment could finally make the 4-day-workweek a reality

"We’re launching into the real debate of our times." → Read More

How a humble American icon saved family vacations during Covid-19

As the pandemic hit, many flocked to creating their own vacations from the safety of an RV, taking advantage of the open road in the safety and comfort of a self-contained vehicle. → Read More

A slow response to a question can have surprising consequences

It may not seem like much, but a second or two could make or break a job interview. People who answer questions after a delay are seen as less sincere than those who respond quickly, according to research published by the American Psychological Association. Lead author Ignazio Ziano of Grenoble Ecole de Management in France and his colleague, Deming Wang of the School of Psychology at James Cook… → Read More

The 5 questions you should expect at your next job interview

A recent survey gives some hints as to what to look out for. The biggest one? Open ended questions. → Read More

You Likely Have the Wrong Idea About Time Management, Researchers Say

Thinking of it in terms of productivity may not be the way to go — it may be better to think of it in terms of optimization. → Read More

Can marijuana make you more creative in business? 4 billionaires who may agree

The short answer is yes, smoking some herb can help generate ideas, but there’s a catch. → Read More

The ultimate guide to winter hiking for a busy mind: 5 essential tips

A walk in the woods reduces stress and improves health. You shouldn't let these benefits fall to the wayside just because it's winter. Here's how to get started. → Read More

The surprising reason you should turn your webcam off during meetings

You can take a meeting in pajamas and save the environment at the same time. That's the unexpected finding from new research about the value in leaving your camera off during web conference meetings. → Read More

How to invest your money: 5 easy tips and apps to get you started

Many startups have created relatively easy-to-use apps to get started with investing. Here are some basic tips and tricks, recommended by financial experts. → Read More

The joy of a solo road trip: A traveler-tested guide

With a need to leave their homes but a widespread reluctance to sit on an airplane for hours, many Americans are hopping in their vehicles for some time alone to reap the mental health benefits. → Read More

Smartphones have drastically changed office life in 6 key ways

After the unveiling of the iPhone, every facet of life, especially the way we work, was forever altered. Here are some of the changes brought to our offices. → Read More

How leaders can best leverage the wisdom of the crowd: 8 expert tips

Leadership experts share their advice on how CEOs and managers can navigate uncertainty and thrive. → Read More

How this digital nomad learned a valuable lesson in being present

What happens when former digital nomads are issued to stay at home? Marlene Quade, the co-owner of Prime Mutual, describes her experience. → Read More

How virtual and augmented reality could revive the work from home experience

Tech enthusiasts have been dreaming up scenarios in which VR and AR will change the way we work, with even greater urgency now as more and more people work from home. → Read More

Why a clinical approach is crucial to fix workplace discrimination

Researchers and inclusion leaders Derek R. Avery and Enrica N. Ruggs share evidence-based insight on how to curb discrimination in the workplace. → Read More

10 simple methods to change someone's mind

GuruMaker CEO Harrison Monarth and communications consultant Lauren Schieffer share their tips for getting people on board to institute change within a business. → Read More

How the humble office printer has persevered in a digitized world

As technology has gotten better, the ambiance in offices has changed as well. But one fixture in office culture has continued to stick around. → Read More