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Sometimes sleeping at work isn't a result of being lazy.
Companies can build competitive advantage in their market by becoming an authority on the problems that they solve using these three steps.
The app uses AR to solve your biggest furniture-buying headache.
Natural disasters aren't going to stop, but you have the power to protect your people.
Singer and songwriter LeAnn Rimes remembers the emotional experience of writing and recording the song 'Borrowed'.
This One Simple Tool Is The Key To Better, Happier Relationships
We've all heard of Bill Gates and Jack Ma, butthese impressive women also built their own giant multibillion-dollar empires.
Keep your work culture successful by knowing how to handle the top emotional need of employees.
Avoid the devastating impact of losing your highest value team members
Want to create real change? Here's why you need this book on your night stand.
What would happen if you set down your smartphone?
You've never read an email quite like this.
Hiring the right marketing talent will keep your team intact and happy. Here's how to do it.
Author Andy Molinsky explains the 'boomerang effect' that people fall for while looking to achieve their work-life balance.
Eye-opening research drills into just how unhelpful your company's bloated standard operating procedures are. Drill back with this one power tool.
A Swedish product designer built the go-to cybersecurity device for companies in Silicon Valley--and across the globe.
This new breed of groups offer a lot to Instagram. But will they change the equation for women entrepreneurs?
Research has already proven that people leave managers, not jobs. But when you drill down to the causes, these top reasons float to the top.
Here's What Richard Branson, Oprah, and Jeff Bezos Would Do Differently If They Could Go Back in Time
What advice would you give your younger self? You learn and grow as you experience new challenges and opportunities. However, sometimes our inexperience can cloud your perspective. Successful entrepreneurs offer advice to their younger selves.
Bill Gates' success is in knowing where he is the most productive, but sometimes wasting time is the best strategy. Here's how to know the difference