Seven rules so you can follow through on that resolution. For 2017, over half of Americans will make New Year's resolutions to do things like lose weight, get fit, and eat healthier. But how many actually
Fill your bookshelves, fill your mind We’re living in a world that looks increasingly like science fiction, so I find myself looking to the genre not for predictions of what the future holds but for some
Readers know all about summer reading: Juicy, plot-driven page-turners that are a breeze to read through sun-induced headaches, or can be picked up and put down between dips in the pool. But in winter,
I've been a journalist for the better part of two decades and during that time I've interviewed and written about thousands of people in various stages of success, from CEOs of multibillion-dollar companies
Books are slow food. It generally takes two years, two hardworking years, to cook up a book from idea to publication. Some writers can go faster — those who publish a book a year (or more) are working
In his Dharma speeches Son Master Songdam makes the extraordinary claim that the entire universe is actually a mirror. He claims that everything we experience as external events and objects are actually
In today's world, brain is worth more than brawn, and even ancient tricks can help. We live in a digital age surrounded by smart devices and connectivity, where everyone is trying to get smarter, faster.
I've been a wealth adviser for 20 years — here are 10 of the best pieces of money advice I can give you
1. Put your money where your happiness is. It is an incredible understatement to say the San Francisco Bay Area is an expensive place to live. Whether you come from money or just joined Facebook, you have
Brain-computer interfaces offer new applications for our brain signals—and a new vector for security and privacy violations. Hackers have spyware in your mind. You're minding your business, playing a or
Sweeping family epics, intimate personal tales, Hollywood escapades, and a close look at places we know little about. August yields some extraordinarily rich reading, from big family epics to stories narrow
Through the election-season upheaval in the U.S. and the Brexit vote in the UK, working-class people are making it clear that they’re worried about the future. And in one big way, their anxiety is justified.
Put down the juice and step away slowly. Let me paint my least favorite scene for you: “Ugh, I ate too much junk this weekend—I need to detox,” says fictitious coworker #1, clinging to a carrot. “Yeah,