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Writing is the universal way to heal -- and change the world. Try it.
Success will come, but first you have to embrace these ideas.
Taking a long flight in coach? Here's why you should pack a bib.
4 powerful beliefs to help you accomplish what you never thought possible
Selling more stuff means knowing the minutiae of your customers' lives, argues Steve Blank.
One in 10 Americans have depression, but most of them don't even know it.
Ultra successful people delight themselves by blowing their personal goals out of the water. Here's what sets them apart.
Disruptive thinking and innovation are essential for a sustainable future.
The Seattle-based retailer says the site, which will carry everything from $30 walnut cufflinks from Australia to $325 handmade quilts from Wisconsin, sprang from customer feedback and site searches for crafty items.
Of the things we value most, memories might be at the top of the list. Here are some ways to keep yours.
Here's what you need to hire for talent and culture fit.
Female founders share the book that most inspired them.
The first few seconds are critical. Here's how to make them count.
The Flatiron School, a New York City education startup, is rolling out a new developer course. It takes about 800 hours to complete -- at the pace of your choosing -- and costs $1,000 per month.
Fact: the rhythm is gonna get you.
If you tend to be a procrastinator, learning to boss yourself around may be the key to getting things done and get them done now.
We can all use a boost of confidence from time to time -- here's how to boost yours.
Use this proven check list of the 3 things your company needs to focus on to maximize growth this quarter.
According to security researcher Brian Krebs, your airplane boarding pass has a surprising amount of information hidden inside the barcode.
When hiring hiring managers it's important to assess both their ability to manage well and to hire well. Too often the focus is on their individual contributor skills, not their ability to achieve remarkable team results.