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What makes you happier than money? New study says exercise

Researchers at Yale and Oxford collaborated to publish a study in “The Lancet” on the effects of exercising and money on human happiness. More than 1.2 million Americans participated to provide the data. As for the findings? Exercise makes more of a difference.
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What is symmetrical speed, and why should you (and your business) care?

While both asymmetrical and symmetrical speeds have their benefits, symmetrical is taking off as the future of internet connection with business demands continue to grow. Find out how TDS Fiber will make your business and home life so much smoother and wait-free.
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Three ways to get past feeling like an imposter

Do you ever feel like an imposter? It turns out that it's pretty common among business professionals. Check out these three tips for getting past it!
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Best Super Bowl Ads this year

The Super Bowl is arguably the most important day of the year for advertisers. With 100 million Americans watching the big game, the Super Bowl is paramount. This year, a 30 second ad during the Super Bowl LIII costs advertisers $5.25 million. That amount of money means there is a lot of pressure on an ad to be memorable – especially today, when ads are sometimes talked about more than the game itself.
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Top Business Blogs of 2018

2018 was another year of fresh, reader-focused content on the TDS Business blog. Let's take a look at the top four most-read blogs from the past year!
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Work environments shift with the addition of Gen Z employees

For years, the Baby Boomers have made up the largest segment of the workforce, but that is changing. This year there will be 3.6 million Baby Boomers who leave the workforce. As baby boomers continue to retire, Generation Z will be taking their place—so who is this upcoming generation and what do they care about?
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Robert Jordan: A case study in dogged determination

Robert Jordan is a case study worth knowing and replicating. From driving truck to founding a company, this is his journey.
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And the survey says… what Millennials think about their companies, managers

Research shows that only one in five Millennials say they are “satisfied” at work. The polled group included 7,806 global interviews with college graduates born after January 1983 who now have fulltime employment. Get the rest here.
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Co-work Sites: Women entrepreneurs share space, costs, and inspiration

Co-working sites are on the rise in the United States. Have a read to find out what the benefits of a shared workspace can be!
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