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The founders of Brain.fm use sound frequency to zap your mind to attention.
Inspired people achieve more and work less.
Why confidence is the key ingredient to success.
What every company and person can learn from the XPRIZE foundation.
Discover the next new, big feature LinkedIn has up its sleeve - and how it could open up countless new opportunities for you as a result.
How 2 Brothers Are Giving Nashville a New Kind of Cool, One Burger Joint and Mini Golf Course at a Time
The Goldberg brothers are making their mark--and helping put the Music City on the map for non-country fans--with a mini empire of quirky establishments.
Science shows that taking a short break in a specific way will improve your thinking powers.
These servant leadership traits are also the habits that controlling managers fear the most.
'Shark Tank' host Mark Cuban explains what's more important than anything else when starting a business.
Successful international expansion depends on a carefully, thought-out plan.
The startup wants to block fines to Airbnb for any unregistered listings, saying the city is violating federal law with its new ordinance.
Eye Strain, Self Improvement, Productivity, Sleep
Don't let summer make you a slouch
Webinars and presentations are great sales tools, but only if people watch the whole thing--hard when they have the attention span of a goldfish.
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.