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The best new tourist attractions on earth, according to Lonely Planet

If globe-trotting is on your bucket list this year, travel guide company Lonely Planet wants to tell you where to go. Its list of the world’s best travel experiences of 2015, part of its latest ebook, “New in Travel,” will take you off the beaten track from Ireland to Panama to South Africa. Here’s …

Richard III

Metadaten: Wie dein unschuldiges Smartphone fast dein ganzes Leben an den Geheimdienst übermittelt

<i>Dieser Gastbeitrag von Dimitri Tokmetzis erschien zunächst im niederländischen Original auf decorrespondent.nl. Die englische Übersetzung ist von</i> …

Laziness and the Average Guy

A look at how slacking off really isn't cool<p>If the only cost of laziness was missing out on the occasion lip lock, it wouldn't be such a big deal. But as the infographic below makes painfully clear, laziness extracts a heavy price.

Difficult People Suck: 5 Quick Tips on How to Deal

4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>At AlleyNYC I manage a community with hundreds of people. In the past, I have hired and fired hundreds more. I have kicked ass and kissed ass. One thing I have learned over the years is how to deal with difficult people.<p>Here are …

The best way to win an argument

How do you change someone’s mind if you think you are right and they are wrong? Psychology reveals the last thing to do is the tactic we usually resort to.<p>You are, I'm afraid to say, mistaken. The position you are taking makes no logical sense. Just listen up and I'll be more than happy to …

Budgeting Time for Play is Good Business

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Startup founders are chronically “just too busy” for exercise, friends, family and certainly hobbies. A single-minded focus naturally seems sensible but, counterintuitive though it may be, extracurricular activities have important …

Success

An Introduction to Data-Driven Decisions for Managers Who Don’t Like Math

Not a week goes by without us publishing something here at HBR about the value of data in business. Big data, small data, internal, external, experimental, observational — everywhere we look, information is being captured, quantified, and used to make business decisions.<p>Not everyone needs to become …

The Fermi Paradox

<i>PDF: We made a fancy PDF of this post for printing and offline viewing. Buy it here. (Or see a preview.)</i><p>Everyone feels something when they’re in a …