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Do you have what it takes to make it to the big leagues?
This makes a really bad impression, even though the intention is quite the opposite.
Want to give your personal brand and online reputation a boost? These social media tweaks take little time, but have a big impact.
Willpower on its own isn't enough.
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Upping your tech game at home can be fun - before you know it, you'll feel like you're living in "The Jetsons." But creating a smart house is about more than your own entertainment; it's also about saving cash and time. Many tech products are easy to install on your own, while others require a professional. Either way, technology can change your home for the better. Here are five ways it can improve your life.
Everyone has the ability to build more mental muscle.
You have to learn these things the hard way.
As Emerson pointed out: "a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds."
Are we collaborating ourselves to death? There is evidence that we are suffering from 'collaboration bias,' and it comes at a high price. What we are losing amidst all the craze for collaboration is the ability to think--deeply and alone.
Art school graduate here. Didn't learn any of these in class.
Do you want to start a small business? Are you looking for a great side hustle? Do you have marketing skills? If your answers are yes, read on.
The sensationalism has already started
Here are some steps that you can take to attract and retain the best talent on the planet
Walmart's focus on e-commerce and tax credits has let to a serious turnaround.
Knowledge will give you power, character will give you respect.
How does nobody understand this?
From building an AI assistant to wearing a tie every day, the Facebook CEO sets a new challenge for himself each year to gain perspective and inspiration. Here are some of his wildest challenges.
Emotional intelligence is critical to succeeding in life, no matter the task. But, becoming more emotionally intelligent starts with sleeping more.
New hires want to work anywhere, anytime, blending tech, social interaction, work and study. Do you deliver?