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I was stunned when I heard it - "It's our 30th anniversary, and I'm finally planning a full two weeks off work to celebrate." This proud declaration from a man who owns a $30 million company is just sad. This is a man who lives in abject poverty, with no freedom and no clue he's been doing it wrong for 30 years.
Danae Ringelmann, co-founder of Indiegogo, explains why she makes the risks of crowdfunding abundantly clear to people who use her platform.
If you're getting stiffed by clients, changing some of your business practices could help a lot.
The founder of interior design startup Homepolish explains how it has grown a huge following by racking up likes and comments.
The kids are alright. They're just like everyone else was.
Elliot Weissbluth, founder of the financial services company HighTower Advisors, explains the research behind the benefits of taking a break from electronic communication.
How smaller brands are leveraging innovation to cut through the clutter.
Most of us have them, but maybe it's time to simply tell ourselves a better story.
As long as you don't hit 15 days, you won't be liable for federal taxes on your rental.
Looking for some inspiration? These unique tips will get your creative juices flowing in no time.
12 of the best commencement speeches that will not only inspire you but will motivate you when you need it most.
Don't leave the office without these high-quality instruments of productivity.
Project Jacquard has landed. Google quite literally weaves technology into a new Levi's jacket.
This is what nobody tells you about being successful.
Every person's morning routine is different, but they should all include this.
A recent survey shows most Native Americans don't care about the name... but still.
A Weekend in a Psychiatric Hospital Showed This Podcaster Just How Broken Our Mental Health System Really Is
Despite a master's degree in psychology, he never expected a psychiatric hospital to be like this.
By doing the opposite of what you're expected to do, you're bound to uncover new possibilities.
The retail giant offers lodging for up to 200 -- until the wrecking balls come.
Charlie Kimball is the first licensed IndyCar driver with diabetes to start the Indianapolis 500. He came in third place in 2015.