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Stenciling master Logan Hicks Logan Hicks is a New York-based... crss

Matthew A. Eller Stenciling master Logan Hicks Logan Hicks is a New York-based artist, who works with photographic urban landscapes and multilayer stencils. His landscapes are based on photographs specifically during late night walks intended to capture those rare quiet moments in the city that never sleeps.  Photo 3 by Matthew A. Eller Enjoy past street art features and follow us on Twitter . posted by  tu recepcja   via  & via crss

Stenciling master Logan Hicks Logan Hicks is a New York-based...

Matthew A. Eller Stenciling master Logan Hicks Logan Hicks is a New York-based artist, who works with photographic urban landscapes and multilayer stencils. His landscapes are based on photographs specifically during late night walks intended to capture those rare quiet moments in the city that never sleeps.  Photo 3 by Matthew A. Eller Enjoy past street art features and follow us on Twitter . posted by  tu recepcja   via  & via

The Most Challenging Interview Questions and Answers You Should Give

As Product Manager for Lifehack I’m often required to interview people. However, let me be honest with you – I don’t really like interviews. Having said that, there’s a part of interviews that I’ve actually grown to enjoy… It’s the part that most candidates probably hate. Namely, the interview questions that move beyond the common and go into the realm of challenging or ridiculously tricky. Some candidates answer these questions with cliched replies, others with weird replies, and still others rise to the occasion and answer with creative, intelligent and witty responses. It’s the challenging questions that can set you apart from the competition One thing I’ve learned after conducting numerous interviews, is that the challenging questions rapidly separate the weak from the strong candidates. To give you an example of this, I remember asking two candidates the following question: “Can you describe yourself in three words?” The first candidate looked horrified, before stumbling th

The Favorite Word of Average People: "Okay"

I remember learning the word, “okay,” as a child and marveling at its versatility. It has such a broad meaning that you can use it in many contexts, and as a kid working to communicate with a limited vocabulary, being able to say “okay” carried me through all sorts of scenarios. As I’ve gotten older, my feelings about the word have changed. Where saying “okay” used to give me freedom, now it holds me back. I’ve learned that in most cases, it’s not okay to say, “OK.” Okay has become a toxic cop out Sure, you can say “ok” in almost any situation. For example: “How was the article?” “It’s okay.” “How was that candidate?” “She was okay.” “How’s your life?” “It’s okay.” Saying that something is okay doesn’t tell us much about it. Usually it means that something is satisfactory, but it’s not especially good. It’s a way to avoid conflict by failing to offer meaningful feedback. It allows us to avoid committing to authentic communication. When we say something is okay, we stop think

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Award Winning Automotive Photography by Nigel HarnimanThe all... crss

Award Winning Automotive Photography by Nigel Harniman The all new Rolls-Royce Phantom 2017 Professional advertising & commercial car photography Behance One eyeland More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew crss

Award Winning Automotive Photography by Nigel HarnimanThe all...

Award Winning Automotive Photography by Nigel Harniman The all new Rolls-Royce Phantom 2017 Professional advertising & commercial car photography Behance One eyeland More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew