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Fast Company: How paying attention to your nightly dreams could impact your career

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HR Brew: Women are more likely to negotiate than men, but are told ‘no’ more often

Forbes: What the $500 million fix for local news says about trust and impact

Boston Globe: Feel like an imposter? It might be good for your career

Psychology Today: What exactly do we learn from failure?

Fortune: New research finds that despite the stereotypes, women actually negotiate their salaries more than men

Phys.org: Study shows dreams spill over into the workplace and can be channeled for productivity

Time-Charter: How organizations can improve worker buy-in on diversity efforts

Inc.: Surprising new research on the gender pay gap: women negotiate more than men, but get told no more often

LovePanky: The Art of Social Media Detox, What It Is & 29 Secrets to Wean Yourself Off

Medium: What Makes Companies Choose Dark Money?

Phys.org: Study of migrants after Brexit: 'If you don't want me, I don't want you either'

Harvard Business Review: How managers can dismantle “Benevolent Marginalization”