New York Times columnist, author, and financial planner Carl Richards boils down his wisdom into black-and-white "napkin sketches" — little bits of insight that you could reproduce with a marker and a
fastcoexist.com - About the author Jay is a freelance journalist, formerly a staff writer for Fast Company. He writes about technology, inequality, and the Middle East. He read a lot of Walter Benjamin in college and his favorite sci-fi author is Ursula K More
Tell me about yourself. Walk me through your resume. Walk me through your career. Many interviews will open with an invitation to tell your story, so you want to prepare to address that specific question.
He came, he saw, he conquered...and he left behind some words to live by: "I'm convinced that about half of what separates successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance." says
Are we always in control of our minds? As David Robson discovers, it’s surprisingly easy to plant ideas in peoples’ heads without them realising. Are we all just puppets on a string? Most people would
Apple describes their New MacBook as “the future of the notebook.” But I’m not buying that prophesy, and neither should you. From an engineering standpoint, Apple’s newest SKU is nothing short of brilliant;
This post originally appeared on The Growth List Let’s face it. We all want more time in our lives. It could be an evening to spend more time with our family and friends, a 30-hour day to grow our business,
Having prepared a good business plan before starting your venture can often be the difference between startup success and failure. I am not saying you need a 50 page detailed report, as investors don’t
Adhere to these key principles to build a high-growth company amid changing circumstances. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In today’s ever changing business climate, an can
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Let’s face it. Almost every businessperson works day and night. Is your iPhone next to your bed? Do you check your email before your sleep?
Television, print and billboard ads were once the gold standard for marketing. Basically, companies pushed their name in front of the masses in an attempt to build brand awareness. But now customers want
Contrary to popular belief, leadership isn’t always a natural born trait. It’s possible to learn leadership and to become increasingly skilled at leading others in both personal and professional capacities.
Taking 5 minutes to check in before you dive in can be the difference between chaos and grace. Heading into a meeting, a conversation, or a meal with your boss, your team, or your kid? Here are three and
When it comes to business travel, being an expert flyer doesn't require paying up for business class airfare. All it takes to fly like a pro is knowing what to pack, how to pack it, and where to spend
This story originally appeared on Business Insider What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned? In his book, "Mastery," Robert Greene draws from the latest
Meetings want to suck. Wrest control of them with this seven-step strategy. You know when a meeting turns into a complete waste of time? Maybe you’re trying to come up with ideas, or make a decision. anyone
If your 20s are a time for figuring out who you are and what your purpose is, then your 30s are a time for discovering how to turn your aspirations into reality. We asked entrepreneurs, including billionaire
The only problem is you've never met any of these people before, and you're terrified of making an awkward first impression. First of all, lighten up, says master networker Jon Levy, and take comfort knowing