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Nov 20, 2017 ... Enjoy these insights from older Americans on the ingredients for a good life, and get inspired for this year's Great Thanksgiving Listen.


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In the tradition of the great personal advice columnists, the Chicago Tribune's Amy Dickinson is a plainspoken straight shooter who relates to readers of all ages. A solid reporter, she researches topics of interest to her readers and then answers their personal questions with empathy and gentle humor. Her informed opinions ...


Carolyn Hax: It took years to win her over, then 1 slight ruined everything. By Carolyn Hax. March 18, 2018, 6:00 am. Plus: We didn't gain daughters, we lost our sons. Ask Amy: He assaulted me and I don't want him at my wedding. By Amy Dickinson. March 18, 2018, 6:00 am. Plus: Try a little attitude adjustment on your part ...


Jan 12, 2018 ... YC founders respond to the question: What are some things that you should've known as a first-time founder but did not?


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Search Advice Letters. Every year the Commission responds to hundreds of requests from candidates and public officials about their obligations under the Political Reform Act. Thousands of advice letters have been issued since the Commission was established in 1974. You can search all of the advice letters the  ...


Seeking and giving advice are central to effective leadership and decision making. Yet managers seldom view them as practical skills they can learn and improve. Receiving guidance is often seen as the passive consumption of wisdom. And advising is typically treated as a matter of “good judgment”—you either have it or ...