A Political Performance Review

Article was originally published on ChangeRoots. The science of performance reviews has dramatically improved in the last few years. The best companies have moved from ineffective annual reviews to frequent check-ins where employees receive direct feedback against specific goals and company values. In the new model, employees knows when they’re succeeding or failing. Good performers […]

How Successful Women Entrepreneurs Raise Funding (Infographic)

It comes to no surprise that women add a comforting and impactful touch in the workplace. They have the ability to take calculated risks putting their ego to the side and grow their network by collaborating with anyone to complete anything put in front of them. Even though women sometimes get the short end of […]

36 Really Fun Outdoor Games and Gear for Summer

Article was originally published on InstaGifts. It’s warm, the grass is green, it’s time for some lawn games with friends or family! Bust out some of these classics like Bocce Ball or our newest favorite, Spike ball also seen as a miniature version of volleyball but crazier. Here’s a list of ideas for gear that […]

4 Things You Need to Know About Partisanship and Voting Behavior

Article was originally published on ChangeRoots. Deep thinkers are more likely to be blind partisans There was a study done to determine which type of people are most likely to blindly follow whatever the leaders of their political party tell them. To start out they measured two things in each of the participants; how tribal […]

15 Shocking Things in Your Life that Can Be Hacked

  As technology has improved over the years, so too has it improved our lives. Now, with the touch of a button, everything is at our fingerprints. But unfortunately, with that ease comes a price: it makes all of our items vulnerable to be hacked. Cranes can be hacked into and used for malicious purposes, […]

GDPR Infringement? Lufthansa Passengers Have to Take a Selfie to Prove they Are Real and Get a Refund

Article was originally published on ClaimCompass. Quietly and without any mention in their Terms and Conditions, the German national carrier now requires its passengers to provide a selfie of themselves holding their ID next to their face before issuing a refund for a delayed, cancelled or overbooked flight. In the above email, Lufthansa’s Customer Relations […]

What is Bipartisanship, Really?

Article was originally published on ChangeRoots. Simply put, bipartisanship is working with the other party to get something done. It’s opposite, partisanship, is working only to get done what your party wants, at the expense of the other party. Zero-Sum Partisans Partisans believe the world is zero-sum, meaning they believe there is a fixed amount […]