In a company, you have people selected for very specific roles in specific departments, but what exactly does a CEO fall under? They're kind of the catch-all of the company and the first one looked at
This obscure author already understood the lessons of modern happiness science decades ago. What is the most common regret that pains people facing the end of their lives? According to a hospice nurse
Whether you tell yourself, "I'm never going to be promoted," or you constantly think, "People think I'm weird," negative self-talk affects how you feel and how you behave. In fact, the conversations you
In an interview published in Time magazine earlier today, Bill Gates said that the late Hans Rosling's book Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World--and Why Things Are Better Than You Think
Is this the new 'hygge'? From yoga retreats in the Himalayas and weekly mindfulness classes to downloading mediation apps such as Headspace and Calm, many of us spend our lives (and paycheques) on trying
I'm looking at an intimidating 800-page binder as I write this article. It contains confidential information about a new product category. When I prepare the company's leaders to launch the product, I'll
Many of us spend our entire lives trying to achieve happiness and the perfect life balance to leave us fulfilled. So what is the key to living a full, fruitful life? In Japan, a concept called ikigai central
Jesse Itzler is a man of many hats. He's the co-owner of the NBA's Atlanta Hawks, partner in ZICO Coconut Water, founder of Marquis Jet, has a 'Living With' book series that is amazing, is the 100 Mile
Overthinking is a byproduct of trying to control. The "human" part of our being believes that we can think our way to safety and resolution when in fact, it is a combination of our left (thinking) brain
Successful people tend to have very positive inner dialogues. They know how to nurture their own personal growth. They believe they can do whatever it is they set their mind to. But most of all, they in
Dear Liz, I’m the Training Manager in a great firm. I have developed and delivered customer service training, communication skills training and several other courses, but now I have a new and bigger challenge.
• Grant Sabatier became financially independent at age 30, after saving $1.25 million in five years.• The one thing anyone needs to do to make or save more money, or follow their passions, is find what
The busier you are, the easier it becomes to sacrifice your values. If you aren't careful, you'll blink and wake up living the life you never wanted--a life filled with regret, mediocrity, and complacency.
A few different enterprises that each make some money can add up to you making a lot of money. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The digital nomad revolution is among us and
Elon Musk's super-rocket has taken flight and overshot Mars' orbit, going further out into the solar system than originally planned. His cherry-red Tesla, carrying a dummy and blasting Bowie's Life on