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While lots of people think that the cloud is only about backups, it's turned into a multi-billion-dollar industry that powers most of the web where incumbents are being challenged by startups.
The famed ventriloquist, impressionist and comedian seemed to come out of nowhere to win America's Got Talent Season 2.
The key predictor of success? It's grit. And here's how you can build it.
Check out the global cities that have quietly built thriving entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Many entrepreneurs say they fear failure, but in reality, they fear success, so they unwittingly sabotage themselves. How do you know your sabotaging your own success? Your actions will tell you.
Winter is coming. Here's how to stay at the top of your game and banish the excuses that could derail your workouts.
Massive open online classes have opened up courses from top-tier universities to students around the world. Here are some of the most unique offerings.
Happy people don't get that way by accident. They make a concerted effort every day with these positive activities.
While you can never be certain, these signs may hint that good news is about to come your way.
If you want to take your networking game to the next level, make sure to carve out time each day to reach out to new people.
A new report from Harvard Business Review highlights which high-powered executives are really doing the most good for their company.
In order to find new ways of monetization, companies are going to have to step up their game, and not just mail it in.
Understand that by saying yes, you are saying no to one of your needs, wants, or goals.
Minimum viable leadership has many nuances, but at its core it's about the mindset of the founders and senior management leaders. Without it, most start-ups fail.
Julia Hartz, co-founder of Eventbrite, explained at Inc.'s iCONIC L.A. conference how new technologies are making live social events more enjoyable.
Netflix and LinkedIn's policies are not helping their employees. Here's why.
These are just a few things for your journey. But they're important things.
It's time to let go of the worry-demon and embrace the new abundance of time and energy that will come as a result of releasing this burden.
If you don't have a vision for your own life, you'll become part of someone else's vision for theirs.
The movie depicts someone who is creating the future out of thin air. Sound familiar?