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Embrace a "rookie mindset" to boost performance | Leaving the party life behind saved this CEO | IBM creates e-mail with social, collaboration tools
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Embrace a "rookie mindset" to boost performance
Gain a "rookie mindset" by starting a new job, swapping roles with someone else for a short time or taking on new responsibilities, suggests author Liz Wiseman. "I found that inexperienced people bring in five times the amount of expertise to a problem. … They're gathering it in from other people because they lack it themselves," she says. Forbes (11/20)
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Leaving the party life behind saved this CEO
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As a teenager, Gary Shapiro -- now president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association -- worked in food service, where he was successful but also developed a taste for alcohol. Quitting the job in favor of law school was the best decision he ever made, he writes. "My success and happiness comes not from a bottle, but from hard work, meeting goals, making a difference and the love of my family," he writes. LinkedIn (11/18)
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IBM creates e-mail with social, collaboration tools
IBM's Verse builds on the features of traditional Web e-mail with collaboration and analytical elements designed to appeal to individuals and businesses alike. IBM has a commercial version of the service, which includes messaging, video chat, calendars, file sharing and meeting coordination. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (11/18), TechCrunch (11/18)
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Is Pricing Low Your Strategy to Success? Think again.
Pricing is the heart of a business. It affects everything you do and is affected by everything you do. Economists talk of supply and demand as key factors behind pricing—successful entrepreneurs manipulate demand by making their products more desirable. These six steps will help you determine the right price for your product or service, read the article and learn how to get pricing right.

The Landscape
Study: Gender wage gap smaller for millennials
Male millennials earn 2.2% more than female millennials, compared with a 3.6% gender wage gap among Generation X workers, according to a study by PayScale and Millennial Branding. The wage gap for baby boomers is 2.7%, the study says. CNNMoney (11/19)
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Your Next Challenge
Tips for women heading back into the workforce
Women heading back into the workforce should have a game plan that starts with assessing their skills and buttoning up any unresolved issues from their previous jobs. Use social media to research companies you're interested in and to connect with former colleagues, suggests Carol Fishman Cohen. The Glass Hammer blog (11/20)
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Balancing Yourself
Work-life balance advice for busy professionals
Taking care of yourself should be the top priority on any professional's list, writes Daniel Lev Goldberg, chief operating officer of Diamond MMA. Improve your work-life balance by scheduling your day the night before, taking time off when you feel burned out and exercising regularly, he suggests. Inc. online (free registration) (11/20)
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New Zealand butchers commute thousands of miles
About 30 New Zealand butchers each year commute nearly 14,000 miles to Iceland for two months of work during lamb-processing season. Meat companies that operate in Iceland say they rely on New Zealanders because they struggle to hire and train local workers. BBC (11/17)
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