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Your ticket to a more creative lifestyle? A boring routine.
You want customers to remember you and to pass positive opinions on to their friends and neighbors.
Which is interesting in itself, but gauging changes in voice pitch might help you professionally, too.
There are many tools required for success. But at the core lies relationships. In fact, these 4 key areas of relationships will predict your success.
Leaders in the learning and talent development space discuss trends affecting the future of corporate training.
In today's mass-reach world, it is easy to be blinded by scale. But in a world of seemingly infinite reach, that one-to-one connection is more valuable than ever.
Leadership, commitment, reliability, creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation are all linked. Get inspired.
More special cells and slower shrinkage translates to golden years full of great memories and solid cognitive function.
If you're aware that you're being played, you're more likely to win in the end.
There are downsides to being super productive all day every day.
Mary Schmich's advice goes well beyond sunscreen. She inspires all to live their life, one epic experience at a time, even if it scares you.
Serial entrepreneur Dr. Sabrina Kay sold her first business for 8-figures. Why she says entrepreneurs need to live like Benjamin Button.
If you can get crystal clear on what your personal metrics for success are, you'll have the insight and goals you need to do everything possible to make your good work count.
The creative process results in a finished process- and a whole lot of little bits that didn't make the cut. Whether you're writing, sculpting, coding, or any other creative endeavor, you likely have mounds of odds and ends that seem too good to toss. You can repurpose those leftovers into something else and increase your output and productivity in the process.
If you've worked for such a person, chances are you left because of these things.
Start to build community as early as you can, so when the product is ready, people are lined up.
When Brit + Co CEO Brit Morin lost her wedding ring on a United Airlines flight, she was shocked when the pilot Capt. Jim Moorey returned it to her in person.
How to make good decisions when you're under the gun -- literally or metaphorically.
Research into cognitive load proves that TED Talks have figured out the ideal length of a presentation.
Charter Academy has banned six "extreme" hairstyles including Meet Me at McDonald's. Furor erupts.