Generally speaking, I'll agree with the common assertion that the world is too hurried and hectic. The push to do a lot in a short amount of time is one of the biggest reasons, in my opinion, why 83 percent
Our workplaces are changing thanks to new technologies that are being deployed. These technologies, including natural language processing, robotics, chatbots, and more, promise the opportunity to enhance
“Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare. They are consumed in twelve minutes. Half-times take twelve minutes. This is not coincidence." How many of us gripe and complain about the minor inconveniences
Six Ways To Embrace The One Thing Sara Blakely And Gary Vaynerchuk (And My Dad) Say Is The Secret To Professional Fulfillment
A woman thought she’d become an attorney but reconsidered after failing the LSATs—twice. After a brief stint at Walt Disney World, she then spent seven years selling fax machines door-to-door, occasionally
One of the topics I explore in my new book, “Viviendo en el futuro” (“Living in the future”, hopefully soon to be published in English) is the rapidly changing nature of work: within a few years so many
Sometimes, I think I should update my LinkedIn job title to “Manel,” which stands for all-male panels preventer. Several times a year, I get requests to participate on a panel of all men at a big conference.
Are you the kind of Thanksgiving cook who obsesses over basting your turkey every half hour? If so, you’re not alone, but you now have permission to stop. Chef Alex Guarnaschelli is team no-basting, but
Beating cancer made Yale Law grad Seun Adebiyi rethink his fast-paced life and become an entrepreneur. Just one week after he graduated from Yale Law School, while he was training for the 2008 Beijing
It'll reliably, deliciously brighten up pasta, hummus, or a bowl of brothy soup—year round. Just a month or two ago, East Nashville, where I live, was invaded by tiny, sweet, drought-immune cherry tomatoes.
6 Tips for Excelling in Life and Business No Matter What Challenges Life Throws at You, According to Fitness Entrepreneur
'To be truly successful, you must make yourself a priority,' says the entrepreneur and champion bodybuilder. When Sam Bakhtiar was 11 years old, he and his mother immigrated from Iran to the U.S. in search
The 1,000-square-foot dwelling mixes raw and refined materials in a cost-effective strategy. For many years, homeowners Reggie Vinokur and Matthew Deters discussed the possibility of adding an Accessory
Great persuaders have a competitive edge in the age of ideas. The hard data show that "soft skills" are in high demand. In a new LinkedIn analysis, "persuasion" was one of the top skills "most worth learning"
When James Rhee become CEO of a company facing bankruptcy, he made one rule: be kind. Here is why more CEO's should do the same. Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to visit with James Rhee, the of