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What To Do If You Witness A Car Accident
By GEICO Staff

Witnessing a car accident first-hand requires a calm, cool, and collected response under traumatic circumstances. Your course of action will largely depend on the severity of the crash and the extent of the injuries, but there are some general guidelines to keep in mind. By following these tips, you'll be better prepared to help your fellow drivers until the professional emergency responders arrive.   Read More

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The Best Tech for Long Drives
By GEICO Staff

Long drives can be really boring. And since many summer trips are road trips, most people are looking for ways to pass time in the car. You don't have spend a ton of cash on new gadgets to entertain your crew, though. Your own mobile devices-along with a few smart apps-can make the miles fly by.   Read More

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The Seven Laws of Empowerment That Are Making You Frustrated
By Will Marré

I use the term invisible discrimination because bias is too benign. Discrimination results from using superficial factors such as gender, race, age, weight, social status, or job title to determine the responsibilities, opportunities and resources people are given. When certain classes of people are systematically given lower power jobs, fewer opportunities and resources, their positive impact is muted and their confidence extinguished.   Read More

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Instant Expert: How to Replace Your Headlights
By GEICO Staff

There are certain things in life that are best left to the professionals (dyeing your hair blonde, performing open heart surgery - you get the idea.) But basic car maintenance isn't one of them. Each month, mental_floss and GEICO will team up to walk you through an essential auto-related task, helping you become that much more accomplished (and not to mention, more financially responsible) in the process. October's lesson? Changing your headlight bulbs.   Read More

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Michael Neuendorff on Habits that Lead to Success
By Julia Miglets

To seek success requires courage. That doesn't come naturally to most people because we are weary of the unknown. As much as we like to say it's a great thing we live in a society that doesn't embrace failure. It comes down to human nature and the innate fears that come along with it.   Read More

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What Tech Executives Don't Understand About Talent
By Will Marré

In a recent interview, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said what most tech executives say about the growing talent shortage. She said we need more STEM education. She advocated channeling more students into science, technology engineering and math courses.   Read More