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The healthiest aspect of your character can be the one you most overlook.
In preparation for Jon Stewart's last episode of 'The Daily Show,' here are five of his best interviews about entrepreneurship.
Beth Marcus, co-founder and CEO of Playrific, explains why you shouldn't waste time learning to run the parts of the business you're not familiar with.
Words pack a punch. Remember to use your words wisely.
3 Ways to Harness Hope When All Else Fails
Don Charlton, CEO of recruiting platform Jazz, explains why it's not always a great idea to base your business on a personal interest.
Inc.com contributing editor Jeff Haden on the loss of his best and only coworker.
The author of the classic 2009 work explores which of today's businesses have adopted the design lessons he set forth before the era of the sharing economy.
Any CEO can share their story using these writing strategies.
You may not be aware that you are making four common mistakes that should make you question whether to keep going with your startup
More days away doesn't always equal more relaxation, studies show.
Anyone can be more creative. It's just a matter of breaking the ruts in your thinking.
If you're waiting to take your kids to Europe when they are old enough to appreciate it, don't wait any longer. You'll have a great time with your little kids if you know what you are doing.
The rat race is aptly named. Ever feel like a rat just reacting to each new task, opportunity or request? Ask these four questions to bring the power of choice back into your life.
When the boss invites you to a team dinner at her house, is saying no a career-killer?
Your mother told you to get 8 solid hours every night. She may have been wrong.
Haters gonna hate, but you can choose love. Below are some of the worst workplace habits that hold us back.
You can get what you want in life if you follow a few simple techniques of persuasion.
You can learn these precepts the way most people do--by getting them wrong and setting yourself back. But it doesn't have to be that way. And the more quickly you pick them up, the more successful you can be.
A new study reveals how the formula for the "ideal" office temperature favors men over women. Plus, how to find some middle ground in your office's AC debate.