Maybe your favorite interview question is one of the most common interview questions. Maybe it's one of the most common behavioral interview questions. Or maybe you have a less conventional interview you
The more archaeologists study Stonehenge, the more mysteries unfold. But a coherent story is beginning to emerge. Stonehenge is one the UK’s most visited tourist attractions – and one of the world’s most
Stress is an inevitable part of life (especially do-it-all, go-for-the-goal entrepreneurs), but let's be honest: Life doesn't always have to be as chaotic as it seems. There are things that many of us
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There is something of the Scarlet Pimpernel about this luscious chocolate cake: an aristocratic Gallic gateau that takes the breath away It happens every time. Nothing quiets the din of a great gathering,
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A daily 30-minute regimen designed to help elderly surgery patients stay oriented can cut the rate of postoperative delirium in half and help them return home sooner, according to a test among 377 volunteers
Nobody can afford an emotional saboteur. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The world is full of many types of people. There are those who sustain you through hard times and
You work hard to find, interview, and hire the right employees. They have great skills, great experience, and great attitude. So once they're hired and in the door, all you need to do is set them loose,
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By Amy Dickinson Dear Amy: My sister and I cannot agree on whether to tell my 96-year-old aunt that my 92-year-old father (her brother) passed away. Our aunt is in a memory-care facility with some dementia.
Successful leaders know that meetings, while important, are also incredibly expensive. The next time you're in a meeting, mentally add up the hourly rates of everyone in the room. Then factor in the opportunity
These are stressful times. Use anger strategically to create the change you want. With career pressure, relationships, and even the future of the country causing stress, there’s likely a lot of people
For being an intangible thing, culture certainly does get talked about a lot. And rightfully so. For a company, culture can be that critical enabler (or barrier) to achieving your business strategies goals.
Try these 60-minute “soft projects” to wrap up every day of the week. It’s 4 p.m. and you’re having a hard time focusing. So you stare at your computer and click in and out of lots of tabs. But when you
A brand-new Windows computer should be pristine out of the box. After all, you haven't gummed it up yet with software, right? Leave that to the computer manufacturers. They'll gum it up for you with "free"