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This New Old House

  The Chateau Grand Luce There’s something undeniably alluring about the concept of stepping back through history. That universal appeal is why so many of us take time during our travels to seek out surroundings that evoke times long past—touring lavishly appointed castles, marveling at architectural wonders and visiting the homes of great poets, leaders or other inspiring individuals. What ...

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Recharge Your Body and Soul

You know the feeling. Your body starts to sag like a wet paper bag and ache in all the usual places. Even your brain feels sluggish, not snapping into gear quite as quickly—and we’re not just talking about on the occasional jet-lagged Monday morning; we’re talking every day. When you hit that proverbial wall, there’s no better way to restore ...

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Recharge Your Body and Soul: 3 Spas for CEOs

When it's time to relax, CEOs head to spas and resorts to relieve stress. These destinations integrate their spas into top-notch resort environments, allowing CEOs to reap the rewards of highly-trained therapists focusing on wellness, while enjoying relaxing amenities and activities during your brief respite from the rat race.

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CEOs Who Ride the Wind

Greek mythology’s Icarus, using wax wings, crashed because he flew too close to the sun. But a fair number of today’s CEOs harness the wind to skim across snow, ocean, surf, sand or paved surfaces at 40-plus miles per hour, even uphill. The Paragliders KAVU’s Barry Barr about to launch his paraglider. Barry Barr, CEO of KAVU True Outerware, got ...

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How Accurate is the Idea of the Narcissist CEO?

A recent study from a management professor at Penn State explores the "Narcissistic CEO," claiming that qualities like investing heavily in advertising and R&D or conducting lots of acquisitions (and paying high premiums for those acquisitions) indicates that a CEO is narcissistic and may run a company into the ground. Sure, too much ego isn't a good thing, but is this study taking things too far?

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