Can you be taught to be more charismatic? – BBC News

Nicknamed “Mr Charisma”, he runs regular sessions teaching people how to be more charismatic. Increasingly in demand, his clients range from businessmen and women who want to be better leaders, to grooms preparing for their wedding speeches, and people who simply want to be more successful with the opposite sex. While I’m naturally chatty, enjoy…

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Planet of the Apps review celebrity panel can’t save Apple’s dull first TV show

The tech giants inaugural TV offering, which sees a panel of celebrities judge the merits of new cellphone apps, manages to be both boring and self-indulgent Planet of the Apps, the first original series by Apple and a curious choice to lead the rollout of the companys evergreen content, wont be a fun watch for…

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5 Best Ways To Cope When You’re Dealing With College Withdrawals In The Summer

Theres no better feelingthan leaving those all-nighters crammingfor exams in the past, and peacing out of college for the summer. Dont get me wrong,I love what I study in school, but my summers are a limited and precious commodity. Theres something so comforting about knowing I can hit the pause button on my college life,…

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Teens design straw that will tell you if your drink has been drugged

A group of high schoolers have won theMiami HeraldBusiness Plan Challenge with the “SmartStraw,” a strawthat detects the presence of the most common rape drugs in drinks. The indicator strips on the strawturn a navy bluewhen in contact with GHB, Rohypnol, and Ketamine in both alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks, warning the drinker that their drink…

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Inside one county’s big casino bet: economic boom or Atlantic City bust?

MGMs National Harbor resort opened in Maryland last December with the aim of building strong ties to the local community and encouraging local business When Toya Mitchell first learned MGM Resorts International had won a contract to build a new casino down the street from her house in Prince Georges County, Maryland, she was cautiously…

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This sex trafficking law could ruin the internet as we know it

BY TRACY CLARK-FLORY On Monday, Rep. Ann Wagner introduced a bill to fight child sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. In an accompanying press release, the congresswoman spoke of modern slavery, the retailers of Americas children, and called for the need toprovide a voice for the most vulnerable in our society.Wagner is a Republican from Missouri…

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Oh, Pippa Middleton you should have gone full Eurotrash. Not be a Sloane married to a stuffed cashmere jumper

Her honeymoon wardrobe of prissy dresses is the epitome of dull royal conformity. Plus: Gwyneth Paltrow is the narcissistic gift that keeps giving trousseau, as I prefer to call it, given the Middleton sisters do seem to have walked straight out of a 19th-century novel. But well save my extensively developed theory involving Kate and…

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Miley Cyrus Dedicates “Inspired” To Manchester Victims With A Speech That Will Make You Cry

Miley Cyrus just graced the One Love Manchester stage to perform a few empowering songs in honor of the victims the Manchester bombing and were crying real tears. Singer, Pharrell Williams, first brought the singer out to perform his hit anthem, Happy. The two danced and sang all over the stage with huge smiles andenergy…

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A local’s guide to what’s new and cool in Durham, NC

Durham, NC (CNN)Yoga teacher Jessamyn Stanley hasn’t been seated more than a couple minutes at her favorite new restaurant, Palace International, when two women eating lunch nearby recognize her. “Oh, are you the one that does yoga?” asks the first woman, smiling nervously. “I follow you!” “Yes, hi,” replies Stanley, squirming a little at the…

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Canada calling: tech industry lures workers north in wake of Trump

Tech companies in Canada are launching bold recruitment campaigns that pitch the northern neighbor as a stable alternative to Trumps turbulence The ads were launched months before Donald Trump was elected president and they got straight to the point. a looming shortage of skilled workers. Then came Trump. Crazy day, Ryan Holmes, the founder of…

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