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Getting good sleep is critical to success, leadership, creativity, work/life balance, and more. Here's the position neuroscience recommends for sleep.
You know about gender, race, sexual orientation, and about expecting respect in the workplace. Here is the one area that is left out and can make a major difference for team creativity.
Create a customer experience that's as remarkably smooth, consistent and memorable as a classic Sinatra record.
Research supports that optimismcan yield significant benefits. Just don't be too positive.
You might be surprised at the routines these high achievers swear by.
An enraged pundit tells shell-shocked business leaders to go look in the mirror.
Brian Volk-Weiss, president of Comedy Dynamics, explains why there's only one right way to deal with bullies.
MyKai uses artificial intelligence to complete users' banking transactions on command, though it could use a few more IQ points.
Most of what we worry about will never happen so what are we worried about?
Mark Wright won the UK's 10th Season of The Apprentice. Now, he's conquering the competitive digital marketing agency space.
The course catalog describes it as "quite emotional"; students are graded based on their honesty and vulnerability.
The overhyped startups with multibillion-dollar valuations are setting a bad example.
Use these habits to take your "people first" mantra beyond lip service.
Google is teaching the building blocks of code with a simple, kid-friendly toy.
Jay Jay French, founder of Twisted Sister, explains why being broke doesn't necessarily eliminate your chances of achieving success.
The world never heard of a dancing violinist before Lindsay Stirling. Now she brings in $6M annually.
Recent research reveals the best way to motivate your team to do donkey work.
Nervous? Anxious? Insecure? Here are some ways to fake it that ensure you will actually make it.
If you don't build a career path for creatives, you could be putting your company in jeopardy.
Leadership isn't a dictatorship. If you want your employees to go the distance for you, avoid these 12 destructive behaviors at all costs.