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Chris Steele commits to USC football recruiting class of 2019

Four-star cornerback Chris Steele announced his commitment to the USC football recruiting class for 2019 on Saturday.<p>St. John Bosco star Chris Steele …

Ask Yourself These 9 Questions to Rediscover Your Life Purpose

You blink and all a sudden your life isn’t quite where you want it to be.<p><i>by</i><p>You live your life day to day. Your days are more or less the same. It’s …

Who’s the boss? Why strong leaders are ‘servants’

The best way to get your team to have your back is to win their hearts and minds. The road to that for leaders is to ‘Serve.’<p>The primary role of a …

You Built Great Culture, Now How Do You Leverage It for Great Work?

Let your evolving corporate culture lead to greatness.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In early 2017, Automattic announced it was shedding a much-hyped skin layer; namely, its gorgeous 15,000-square-foot San Francisco office. The issue behind the “for sale” decision? …

Corporate Culture

6 Things Bad Bosses Always Fear (but Great Leaders Always Do)

It could mean the difference between success and failure.<p>Peter Drucker famously said: "Culture eats strategy for breakfast."<p>The quote was actually attributed to him and made famous in 2006 by Mark Fields, chief executive at Ford. Twelve years later, it's corporate-speak for purpose-led and …

Leadership

How to Increase Your Employees' Satisfaction Without Giving Them a Raise

It's not just about the money.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>It's a common misconception that money is the main driver of employee satisfaction. It is, after all, a fairly reliable measure of how much a company values its employees. Naturally, employers would think …

Employee Engagement

What happens in the brain when habits form?

There are a million things that we do every day without thinking. Brushing our teeth, drying our hair after a shower, and unlocking our phone screen …

Here's what losing weight does to your body and brain

<i>This video was originally published on October 29, 2017.</i><p><i>Special thanks to John Gunstad, professor with the Department of Psychological Sciences at Kent State University, for speaking with us about his cutting-edge research on how losing weight affects brain function. Following is a transcript of</i> …

Kent State

Protein-Packed Chocolate Chip Cookies

You will love this protein-packed take on the classic chocolate chip cookie. Using only five ingredients, you can quickly whip up a batch of these vegan cookies in no time. Watch the video to see how easy they are to make.<p>Guilt-Free Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies<p>From Lizzie Fuhr, POPSUGAR …

5 Tips from Powerlifters for Eating Fast, Cheap & Healthy

If you rank meal planning as a chore right up there with scrubbing the bathroom, imagine what it's like for people who have to plan a balanced diet …

Nutrition

Amazon STEM Club sends your kids a science toy every month

Hey kids -- time for some science! Amazon has launched a new service that will mail you an educational toy every month.<p>Amazon's STEM Club selects a toy from the retailer's range of science, technology, engineering and math toys, including programmable robots, crystal kits and chemistry sets. …

Fuel to Be Strong: Nutrition for Strength Athletes

<b>Let’s face it: most of the quality nutrition information comes out of the bodybuilding community and is aimed at bodybuilders</b>. And that makes sense. …

Dear Coach: How Should I Eat to Gain Muscle?

<i>Dear Coach,</i><p><i>I was wondering if I could get some advice on protein intake. Recently I've been eating a bit more but my meals haven't been balanced and</i> …

7 Things Emotionally Intelligent People Don’t Do

The restaurant manager who speaks with poise and grace to the patron complaining loudly about the wait service. The levelheaded friend you call in …

Emotional Intelligence

The Key to Treating Depression? Exercise, Research Says

You're 75% more likely to develop depression if you don't workout.<p>If ever you had any doubts about the mind-body connection, listen up: New research suggests that physical activity may be the key to fighting depression.<p>Three recent studies pooled data from past research involving a total of …

Researchers Found Where Depression Lives in the Brain

New study identifies the area of the brain affected by depression and could open the door to far more effective treatments.<p>Last year, an estimated 16 million US adults experienced a major depressive disorder that lasted at least two weeks and included at least four other symptoms such as problems …

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ISPs

What Most People Get Wrong About Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

A clear disconnect exists between how we perceive physical and mental illnesses. This cognitive dissonance isn’t particularly logical (because no one would choose to live with anxiety, schizophrenia, depression or any of the other maladies laid out in the DSM-5 or ICD-10 diagnosis codes), but that …

How to Dress Smart Without Going Broke

You can look good on a budget. You can even wear high-class threads. But you have to know where to go.<p>It is September and a man’s mind turns to …

Depression, violence, anxiety: the problem with the phrase ‘be a man’

Are dangerous ideas about masculinity leading to increased violent crime and suicide? Eva Wiseman talks to the director of a new documentary – and three men discuss their experiences<p>The most dangerous phrase in the English language is “be a man”. To be a man today, says film-maker Jennifer Siebel …

How to Think Like Elon Musk

How is it even possible that Elon Musk could build four multibillion companies by his mid-40s — in four separate fields (software, energy, …

Scientists developed this 9-question test to measure how sadistic someone is

A fairly new field in personality research studies "misanthropic" traits: characteristics that lead people to hurt those around them for their own benefit. And psychologists have established a "dark triad" of harmful personality traits: narcissism, psychopathy (or a lack of empathy), and …

Psychology

Science Says Humans Now Have Shorter Attention Spans Than Goldfish--This Is How You Can Fix That

Learning how to live in the present moment offers bigger benefits than you might imagine.<p>Digital devices constantly vie for your attention. Email alerts, text messages, flashing advertisements, and social media seek to distract you from the tasks at hand.<p>But it isn't just electronic devices that …

Why Do Managers Treat Employees Like Children? Science Explains

This one thing terrifies the leader's brain more than anything--and triggers you into parent mode with employees.<p>There aren't many managers who, as they eat their morning Corn Flakes, think "How can I make my employees feel like children today?"<p>But parenting in the workplace occurs all too often.<p>As …

Employment

Science Has Found the One Simple Thing You Need To Do To Have More Sex

Have you ever though how it would be great if we knew the absolute secret to having more sex? Well, guess what? We know now! And it’s pretty simple: …

Science Says 92 Percent of People Don't Achieve Their Goals. Here's How the Other 8 Percent Do

If you're serious about goal setting, here's what the high achievers know that you may not.<p>Did you know that a staggering 92 percent of people that set New Year's goals never actually achieve them? That's according to research by the University of Scranton.<p>I've done it many times, and if you're …

Tony Robbins' best tip for overcoming the fear of failure is backed by science

Whenever Robbins, now the star of a Netflix documentary titled "I Am Not Your Guru," is hesitant about doing something that scares him, he imagines himself at age 85, sitting in his rocking chair and looking back on his life.<p>At that point, he asks himself, would he experience greater regret over …

Self-improvement

Effects Of Intermittent Fasting Mental Health