Oct 20, 2021
Are You Burned Out? Or Is It Something Else?
Feeling a little bit disengaged at work is not only common; it’s normal. Whether we’re experiencing pressure from a looming deadline, tension from a strained work relationship, or compounding stress from a myriad of work …
Harvard Business Review
Face failure and learn from your successes in 7 steps
Tech entrepreneurship is perhaps one of the most complicated. Not only is precise knowledge required for projects, but it must be combined …
Learning Is A Sure Path To Happiness: Science Proves It
Plenty of research on happiness suggests it arises when we are generous, grateful and connected with our people. But another …
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Minimize Brand Damage When Disgruntled Employees Stir the Pot
It's not quite Cancel Culture, but there's been a sharp increase in disgruntled employees over the past few months, causing quite a stir …
Productive ways to set yourself up for having better ‘bad’ days
I'm writing from the in-between. I'm not doing great, sure, but I'm not doing bad. I'm not staring at the wall blankly, for example\ …
Fast Company
5 Ways to Improve Self-Confidence As a New Manager
Many people start in business on the bottom rung of the professional ladder. With time and experience, they gradually climb that ladder …
The Startup Magazine
A transactional approach to power
Transactional has become something of a dirty word in the business world. It suggests a short-term, one-off mindset and a commoditized …
How Companies Can Improve Employee Engagement Right Now
As the world stumbles toward a Covid-19 recovery, experts warn of a surge of voluntary employee departures, dubbed the "Great …
Harvard Business Review
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Guggenheim Museum Opens in New York City
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"Success is going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm."
Winston Churchill
In economics, what type of commodity is a Giffen good which violates a cardinal law?
See the answer below.
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In economics, what type of commodity is a Giffen good which violates a cardinal law?
Answer: Something that people consume more of when its price increases, violating the law of demand.
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