Harvard Medical School graduate and lecturer, Stephanie Taylor, is something of an Indiana Jones of medicine. She’s a determined scientist who can’t seem to sit still. Along with a resume full of accolades
It's National Bosses Day-- if you're a boss, give yourself a gift by absorbing this. Today is National Bosses Day and what better way to celebrate it than to tell bosses everywhere what skills they need
If there's one thing I know, it's that feeling passionate about what you do, and excited to come to work every day, is the very definition of success. Everybody should have a "calling," a "right livelihood,"
Why every business leader must consider--and counter--the perils of excessive confidence and optimism. At the core of Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO)'s mission is an unrelenting commitment to helping
Gut health and its importance to overall well-being has become a hot topic as more people seek ways to manage their health by paying close attention to what they eat. As curiosity on this topic grows,
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming and improving the ways that industries like healthcare, banking, energy, and retail operate. However, there is one industry in particular that offers
Simon Sinek's new book The Infinite Game has a fascinating argument: Business doesn't have winners or losers since there is no definitive end to the "game". True success comes from building relationships
There Are 3 Kinds of Resumes. But Top Recruiters at Amazon and Google Say They Always Want to See 'Format Number 3'
The other two formats leave recruiters wondering: "What the heck did she actually do there?" I explained recently why Google greatly prefers applicants whose resumes use the X-Y-Z formula to describe experiences
Ryan Daniel Moran, founder of capitalism.com, describes why entrepreneurship is an inside-out game. Ryan Daniel Moran is the founder and CEO of capitalism.com and has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs
In 2014, I founded a startup in Utah. The team was fired up and ready to invest the time, money, and effort required. But one colleague was taking on more risk than the rest of us. Seven years after earning
Almost 50% of pregnancies in the U.S. are still unplanned or mistimed, even though the first birth control pill was sold almost 60 years ago. Many people believe that allowing women to buy the pill over-the-counter
One of the dominant narratives in the media is that we need to produce more workers now who can do whatever is needed now, using short-term post-secondary certification programs. The focus is typically