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Oct 17, 2013 -- 11:58am

Here are SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN ways to impress your boss, based on the results of various studies over the past few years . . .

Wear red to show you're focused, committed, and trustworthy.

 Get to work earlier than your coworkers.

 If you're a woman, wear makeup.

.  Have "executive presence" . . . which means confidence, calmness under pressure, and decisiveness. 

 6.  Don't help your coworkers too much . . . you end up getting overloaded and can't perform as well on your own work. 

7.  Smile a lot.

 8.  Have sex at least four times a week . . . that leads to higher self-esteem and happiness, which translate to better work.  That doesn't mean have sex with your BOSS at least four times a week . . . although maybe that WOULD impress them?

According to a new study, the average person has their "health wake-up call" at age 39 . . . usually because they start to feel old, have a health scare, or see a friend or relative get sick from their lifestyle.  The biggest changes we make are eating more fruits and vegetables, exercising more, and cutting back on fried foods, alcohol, and smoking. 

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Looks like all that twerking paid off, because MILEY CYRUS just debuted at #1 with 270,000 copies of "Bangerz".  If you count her soundtrack albums as Hannah Montana, this is her fifth #1 album . . . and she's not even 21 yet.

 

Glee cocreator Ryan Murphy has made it official: The show won’t go on beyond next season.

TAYLOR SWIFTis trying hard to come up with a new sound for her next album.  She says, quote, "The goal is to continue to change, and never change in the same way twice.  How do I write in ways that I've never written before and to a backdrop that I've never explored before?"

 

  

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