Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Isn’t it amazing that some people you know always seem to be working hard, but never seem to get anything done? As an entrepreneur, you need
Your employees are at work. Sure. But there’s a better than 50 percent chance that they aren’t getting real work done. Employees say that they only spend 45 percent of their time at work actually completing
Gruber — an MIT economist who was one of the "architects" of the Affordable Care Act — came under fire last week after a series of videos surfaced in which he calls voters "stupid" and "exploited." The
That's where Google Stories comes in. Google will automatically choose your best photos from a trip or event and arrange them in a fun timeline that you can edit and add captions to. You can then share
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In my previous group of blogs, I addressed the idea that we are leading in an increasingly volatile and chaotic business world ("The Gap: How to Unintentionally Destroy Value and Exhaust Yourself in the
Cue University of Michigan Ross School of Business professor George Siedel. He's taught negotiation classes around the world, and he recently heard from students saying they used his tactics to secure
SAN FRANCISCO — Hospital caregivers typically bring their own mobile devices to work and use them to share clinical and care coordination information other members of their multidisciplinary care team.
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We would tell you to brew a pot in honor of National Coffee Day today (Sept. 29), but you're probably on your third cup already. So here are 10 more things you can do with the greatest caffeinated beverage.
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Social networking photo apps typically bring together people who know each other to view, comment on, and like each other’s creations, but some variations on the theme emphasize artistic collaboration
James Clear writes about using behavioral science to master your habits and improve your health. His free guide, Transform Your Habits, has been downloaded more than 80,000 times. This post originally
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