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What LeBron James Keeps Doing Is More Impressive Than You Think

It’s already starting, and unless “philanthropy” no longer exists in the dictionary, it will continue for awhile.<p>Did you see this?<p>Two days after LeBron James opened an $8 million public school for the ages in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, Derrick Rose did something nearly as impressive. The …

Lebron James

Every Introvert Needs To Know About This Self-Care Practice

When I tell people I’m taking time out for my "introvert hangover," I’m not joking. What you must know is that it doesn’t come with the splitting …

The Midwest Is Booming—Just Not Where You Think

Do the math: The average millennial needs 28 years for a San Francisco down payment, compared to nine years in Minneapolis and less than three in …

A 23-year-old with an $80K job and no debt couldn’t get a mortgage – this is why

At 23, Robin Bourbeau had a $80,000-a-year job, no debts and enough money for a 20 per cent down payment on a $400,000 home. His mortgage broker, …

Americans Are A Lonely Lot, And Young People Bear The Heaviest Burden

Loneliness isn't just a fleeting feeling, leaving us sad for a few hours to a few days. Research in recent years suggests that for many people, loneliness is more like a chronic ache, affecting their daily lives and sense of well-being.<p>Now a nationwide survey by the health insurer Cigna underscores …

Psychology

Sitting for Long Periods of Time Can Lead to Heart Problems and Worse. Here's What You Should Do Instead

Sitting for too long can cause heart and memory problems, as well as increase your risk for cancer and diabetes.<p><b>Sitting for too long damages the heart, may harm the brain, and increases risk of death.</b>• <b><br>Researchers aren't even sure that exercise is enough to make up for the harms of sitting too</b> …

How to worry less, ease anxiety and tame toxic thoughts

The average person spends almost 80 percent of the time focused on regret about the past or anxiety about the future. How to get a handle on your worries.<p>Life would be so much different without a wall of worry in the way.<p>May is Mental Health Awareness Month, bringing attention to the one in five …

Delete yourself from the Internet's people finder sites: Is it worth it?

You may have run across various people-finder websites when trying to find forgotten friends' phone numbers or addresses. Or maybe — as I discovered — a near stranger found out a lot about me by paying a small fee.<p>If you're uncomfortable with the information that’s publicly available about you, you …

Privacy

Learning Is a Learned Behavior. Here’s How to Get Better at It.

Many people mistakenly believe that the ability to learn is a matter of intelligence. For them, learning is an immutable trait like eye color, simply luck of the genetic draw. People are born learners, or they’re not, the thinking goes. So why bother getting better at it?<p>And that’s why many people …

Learning

PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and borderline personality disorder (BPD) commonly occur together. It has been found that many individuals with …

Severe Weather Ahead: She's Predicting the Next Climate Crisis

In Cape Town, the residents brace for “Day Zero” in late August, when the taps could run dry. Further north, in the Sahel, drought has prematurely …

The ecologists who think moving to cities will save the planet

As far as professions go, conservationists are not known for their optimism. And, with the future of the planet looking so bleak, who can blame them? …

Financial Services

No death and an enhanced life: Is the future transhuman?

The aims of the transhumanist movement are summed up by Mark O’Connell in his book <i>To Be a Machine,</i> which last week won the Wellcome Book prize. “It is their belief that we can and should eradicate ageing as a cause of death; that we can and should use technology to augment our bodies and our minds; …

Singularity

Michelle Obama Won’t Run For President, But Still Working Hard On Issues

There won’t be an Obama Act II in the White House. At least, not in the immediate future, as Michelle Obama related today at the 2018 United State of …

Michelle Obama

Donald Glover is shirtless and Purge-in' in a surprise new music video

Refusing to rest on the laurels of merely hosting <i>and</i> serving as musical guest on tonight’s installment of <i>Saturday Night Live</i>, Donald Glover decided …

Black men arrested at Starbucks settle with the company

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two black men arrested for sitting at a Philadelphia Starbucks without ordering anything settled with the world's biggest coffee-shop chain Wednesday for an undisclosed sum and an offer of a free college education.<p>Separately, they reached a deal with the city for a symbolic $1 …

Entrepreneurship

Capitalism is unfolding exactly as Karl Marx predicted

One hundred and sixty years ago, at a time when the light bulb was not yet invented, Karl Marx predicted that robots would replace humans in the workplace.<p>“[O]nce adopted into the production process of capital, the means of labor passes through different metamorphoses, whose culmination is the …

Karl Marx

A Lot Of Apps Sell Your Data. Here's What You Can Do About It.

Your devices are tracking you all the time. You just don’t know it yet.<p>When you consent to sharing your data with many popular apps, you’re also allowing app developers to collect your data and sell it to third parties through trackers that supply advertisers with detailed information about where …

Apps

Stop Using WhatsApp If You Care About Your Privacy

Privacy has always been a key feature and popular selling point for the messaging app WhatsApp. Company co-founder Jan Koum grew up in the Soviet …

Apple Patent Reveals New AR Headset Details, and It Looks Incredible

Tim Cook's vision of an augmented future is coming to life.<p>Apple’s augmented reality vision is coming into focus. On Thursday, the United States …

Forcing us to reckon with the past, America's first lynching memorial and museum opens in Alabama

As he says in his interview with <i>The New York Times:</i><p>People do not want to admit wrongdoing in America, Mr. Stevenson said, because they expect only …

Choosing foods good for the brain and heart

<b>The challenge:</b> Serving food that is good for the brain that your loved one will actually eat.<p><b>Why it matters:</b> Multiple surveys show a plant-based diet …

9 secret signs you're eating way too much sugar

You know you're supposed to limit added sugar in your diet, but even if you steer clear of Ben and Jerry's, chances are you're eating more sugar than you think. Here's how your body might be telling you to limit your sugar intake.<p>The World Health Organization recently recommended a sharp drop in …

Nutrition

5 Mental Powers Every Entrepreneur Can Develop

High performers aren't superhuman, they've just honed their minds in ways anyone could but few do.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>I'm both fascinated by and perpetually in awe of people like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Jack Ma and Tim Ferriss. They accomplish, grow, connect …

Self-improvement

The Senate just voted to kill a policy warning auto lenders about discrimination against minority borrowers

By Renae Merle<p>, Reporter<p>The Senate on Wednesday voted to kill a five-year-old Obama administration policy warning auto lenders not to discriminate against minority borrowers.<p>The legislation, which passed 51 to 47 largely along party lines, is the latest Republican rebuke of the Consumer Financial …

Interest Rates

Jeff Sessions Strikes a Blow for World Government

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded a Barack Obama-era federal policy that allowed recreational marijuana to take root in Colorado and Washington, he did more than reignite a domestic legal and cultural battle.<p>He also highlighted a simmering diplomatic dispute whose outcome will shape …

U.S. Department of Justice

How I went from insomnia to the best sleep of my life (and how you can too)

Sleep. Some of us can’t get enough of it, while others are in a love-hate relationship.<p>For many years after becoming an entrepreneur, I was the latter. Like every human, my mind and body needed sleep to function. The problem was, I had trouble actually falling asleep in the first place.<p>Now, I will …

Sleep

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Trademarks

Remember to renew and "police" your trademark registration, because if you don't use it, you lose it.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Small business owners have a lot of decisions to make. From deciding what is the best business entity type for their venture to figuring …

Intellectual Property

Almost 70% of US managers are scared to talk to their employees

Being a manager inevitably entails an uncomfortable talk with employees, be it a bad performance review, a delicate personal situation, or unpleasant news from higher-ups.<p>But an astounding number of managers report that the hardest part about talking to employees is talking to them at all.<p>In 2016, …

Employee Engagement