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From Switzerland to Nigeria, here are the most and least punctual countries

From Switzerland to Nigeria, here are the most and least punctual countries | Why are Mirror Neurons important for parents to understand? | Scoop.it

Every country in the world can be placed on a spectrum when it comes to scheduling, according to INSEAD professor Erin Meyer. As with the other cultural scales we’ve examined in "The Culture Map," the Scheduling scale is profoundly affected by a number of historic factors that shape the ways people live, work, think, and interact with one another. Positions on the Scheduling scale are partially affected by how fixed and reliable, versus dynamic and unpredictable, daily life is in a particular country.

If you live in Germany, you probably find that things pretty much go according to plan

 

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Mirror Neurons: The Most Hyped Concept in Neuroscience ...

Mirror Neurons: The Most Hyped Concept in Neuroscience ... | Why are Mirror Neurons important for parents to understand? | Scoop.it
Mirror neurons are fascinating but they aren't the answer to what makes us human By Christian Jarrett, Ph.D...
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5 Global Cities of the Future

5 Global Cities of the Future | Why are Mirror Neurons important for parents to understand? | Scoop.it

Look to these five emerging startup hubs for opportunities to launch or expand internationally, so your reach can finally match your ambitions.  Here, we present five global alternatives to traditional hotbeds of startup creation and growth. Each city offers unique advantages to American entrepreneurs, and each is a regional--or even global--hub in its own right. Some are great places to launch a business or expand into new markets. Others offer access to expertise or technologies that may not yet be available in the U.S. Many are home to some of the world's best workers, as well as to partners who will help you scale.

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I recently did some business in Estonia, and while there, I applied for e-residency!  Looking forward to finding a use for it in the future!

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