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Being a highly sensitive person gifts you with many traits that make you a better entrepreneur
The most powerful, actionable business innovations already live within your mind. These strategies can help you and your team access those hidden flashes of brilliance--and put them to use.
I asked 72 CEOs for their advice in 140 characters and, upon further analysis, discovered 10 categories of behaviors that were consistent against all the answers I got back.
My son recently broke a Guinness World Record with the help of some friends. Both of us learned a lot from the experience.
Do you remember what life was like as a kid?
Barbara Oakley, author of Mindshift, explains how insecurity can actually be good motivation.
Despite difficulty, Jordan never deterred and grew the Denver-based company to one of the most popular breweries in America.
Your personal files may leak if you just delete your files or perform a factory reset.
Study shows the 11 percent of parents who resist one temptation see fewer behavior problems.
You can be smart, well-trained, and have great business sense, but if no one wants to work with you, you're sunk. Headstrong, difficult people struggle in business because on top of all of the normal professional challenges, they're fighting for time, attention, and influence. What they don't often realize or acknowledge is that they've undermined themselves. It can downright hard to acknowledge that you're a difficult person to work with, but that figuring it out and addressing it will solve a lot of problems for everyone. When no one wants to work with you, you limit your options and opportunities -- usually without realizing it.
A McKinsey & Company report says half of today's work activities could be automated by 2055. Millennials' jobs are most at risk to AI.
It might have a Big Brother vibe, but some companies claim employee-tracking sensors shed light on how to design the most effective work space.
FDA Delays the Rollout of the New Nutrition Fact Labels.
Millions Got Free Amazon Credits From an Apple Lawsuit, and It All Expires This Week. (Here's How to Check Your Account)
There were $400 million in credits. If you haven't used yours yet, they expire in a matter of days.
Do you know what to do if your Uber driver gets in an accident?
Psychologists and neuroscientists agree that the ongoing exercise of power can damage your brain as badly as a serious head injury.
Yet more tales of unfriendly skies. In this case, on the ground.
There Is No Simple Answer
The 1989 Nobel Peace Prize winner and spiritual head of Tibetan Buddhism offered his thoughts on inner peace and compassion to the graduates of UC San Diego.
You never know where it might lead