Disha Rustogi

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How Jeff Bezos makes the right decision 30 years in advance

Throughout the years, many people have doubted Jeff Bezos and Amazon.<p>He’s most famous today for being the richest person alive, and while his image in the media oscillates between both good and bad, one thing is for certain — no one doubts him anymore. Amazon is an absolute giant of a company.<p>That …

Management

This is the Window When Having Kids Hurts Your Future Salary the Most

As we acknowledge Equal Pay Day today, a day created to highlight the gender pay gap—the fact that women make 82 cents for every dollar a man earns—a …

5 Great Podcasts You Should Start Listening to Right Now

If you want to change your your business (or personal) life for the better, that is.<p>I don't need to convince you to start listening to podcasts.<p>But I do want to convince you to give <i>these</i> podcasts a try. (Some are a little off the beaten business podcast path, but in a very good way.)<p><b>1. WorkLife</b> …

I didn’t understand male privilege until I became a stay-at-home dad

When my wife returned to work after parental leave, I took my first trip to the grocery with two kids, not knowing I would return home feeling like a hero. On a Monday morning, I pushed the green cart with flame decals through the second set of sliding doors and toward the deli. My 3-year-old son …

Parenting

How To Retire At 64 With Only Half A Million

<i>This research report was produced by The REIT Forum with assistance from Big Dog Investments.</i><p>How can you retire? This is one of the most pressing …

These Women Could Be the Tech Industry's Next Great CEOs—or Not

To say Lexi Reese is a get-things-done kind of person is an understatement. To navigate the demands of her leadership role at fast-growing startup …

How to make $400,000 a year writing about what you love — according to someone who's doing it

After posting my blogging income report from last year (where I made $401,681 with my blogging side hustle), I've been getting a lot of reader questions about how much money can you actually make blogging? I think blogging is the perfect side hustle because you can do it in your own time, you can …

Cathy Newman: ‘The internet is being written by men with an agenda’

Cathy Newman is scrambling. It has just gone 9am, breakfast and the school run are behind her, but she is trying to get ready and make me a coffee at the same time, apologising throughout. When she legs it to her bedroom, her husband, John, resumes caffeine duty. “I can’t bear to see you without …

Jordan Peterson

Google Wanted to Know What What Makes a Manager Great, so It Conducted a Study. Here Are the Results

Good leaders avoid micromanaging.<p>20 years ago, you probably would've laughed if someone said your life would one day be irrevocably changed by a company called Google. What's a google?<p>But, as you know, Google's become the largest entity in one of the biggest tech companies in the world. And it's …

Diastasis Recti Is The Condition Affecting Almost All Moms

After my second baby was born five years, I was told that I was the proud owner of a diastasis recti a little more than two finger widths wide. I had …

Women's Health

The 3 Things Employees Really Want: Career, Community, Cause

Strike up a conversation about work values, and it won’t be long before someone brings up a pyramid — a famous psychologist’s best-known theory. Abraham Maslow’s big idea was that we all have a hierarchy of needs: once our basic physiological and safety needs are fulfilled, we seek love and …

Scientific research shows gender is not just a social construct

When my colleague Corinne Purtill bought her doll-loving daughter an engineering kit, she had to laugh when the then-three-year-old used the present as a hairbrush. For all Corinne’s efforts at gender-neutral parenting, her daughter clearly enjoyed some traditionally feminine toys.<p>A study published …

Psychology

I was raised as gender neutral in the 1980s - this is what it was like

RF Jurjevics was raised without gender restrictions before it was heard of in the mainstream.<p>Brands like John Lewis and River Island are now rolling …

As a culture and a profession, medicine continues to systematically disadvantage women physicians at every stage of their careers<p>When my friend was in her fourth year of medical school, she and her boyfriend sat down with their dean to discuss their residency applications. They were entering a …

Sexual Harassment

Your 2018 Age-to-Age Guide to What Your Kid Should Read Next

The secret to raising a reader? Knowing which book to give your child after he’s just finished one he loved. Colby Sharp, the co-founder of The Nerdy Book Club Blog, selected follow ups that will be the perfect match. These ideas are page-turners!<p><b>For Kids Who Liked:</b> <i>Look Look!</i> by Peter</b> …

One year later, the F Bomb Breakfast Club has become a haven for female entrepreneurs

Hannah Lidman arrives before 7 a.m. in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. She’s an entrepreneur on a mission: Find a technical co-founder for her …

Twitter Thread Nails Why Maternity Leave Matters For Both Babies And Moms

Postpartum moms facing physical obstacles rarely get the time they need before returning to work<p>Overall, maternity leave in the United States is a …

Ten Ways Employees Get Punished For Doing Their Jobs Too Well

Dear Liz,<p>I started my job in August of 2016. Before that I was at home for ten years, raising my kids.<p>I was thrilled to get back into the paid workforce. I got a job with the county. It was a great job for the first year or more. I loved coming to work every day.<p>It’s not an entry-level job but it’s …

The Workplace

The best podcasts of 2017

Recode Radio Producer Eric Johnson shares his favorite episodes from Recode’s shows — and everyone else — in 2017.<p>As the producer of <b>Recode Radio</b>, I have had the unique privilege of being a fly on the wall for hundreds of riveting interviews on our weekly audio shows: <b>Recode Decode</b>, <b>Recode Media</b> and</b> …

Here Are the Best Inspirational Quotes for 2018 | Inc.com

Want inspirational quotes? Each year for the past several years, I've gathered the best inspiring quotes, one for each of the coming 365 days. Here's our latest installment: the top inspirational quotes for 2018.<p>Monday January 1, 2018<p>"There's a tremendous bias against taking risks. Everyone is …

Motivation

The Best Way to Deal with an Employee Resignation | Inc.com

It's a sad day when a valued employee hands in her resignation. And even if the departing employee was not a star performer, a resignation brings unwelcome disruption. How will the employee's work get done in the short-term? How will you find someone to take her place? What impact will the …

Employment

Having kids lowers women’s self-esteem for at least three years

Becoming a parent is full of contradictions: It’s a time in life when love and meaning and joy crash headlong into worry and exhaustion, so much so that some new parents struggle to maintain their own identity. A new study out of the Netherlands suggests that this is especially true for mothers.<p>Led …

How I Stopped Chasing Happiness and Started Enjoying My Imperfect Life

<b>“I want to live my life without stress and worries. I don’t need to be rich or famous. I just want to be happy.” ~Unknown</b><p>Have you ever set a goal and …

Fathers, Here's Why Your Children Should Have Their Mom's Last Name

Being the partner of a queen can be challenging, even emasculating at times. One of the biggest indignities suffered by Britain’s Prince Philip, the …

Prince Philip

When it comes to longevity, surviving illness and coping with trauma, one gender comes out on top. Angela Saini meets the scientists working out why<p>Four years ago, completely spent, blood transfused into me in a frantic effort to allow me to walk, I lay on a hospital bed having given birth the day …

University of California

Tackling too big a challenge can be daunting. The secret is to be a ‘micromaster’<p>Life can be overwhelming. We want to do as much as we can, see the world, learn new things – and it can all get a bit too much. I reached a point when I felt that I could no longer be interested in everything. I had to …

Self-improvement

I Hated My Husband After Having a Baby—and That's OK

When you write a book with a title like <i>How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids</i>, people are going to tell you things. Private things. I’ve heard it …

How One Woman Made Helping Moms Find Flexible Work Into a Booming Business

Allison Robinson had plenty of experience with moms and their concerns before she had a child herself. As the leader of the innovation team at Pampers North America, she was dedicated to understanding how being a mom is different now compared with generations before. While technology and health …

The Case Against Contemporary Feminism

It’s the same with feminism as it is with women in general: there are always, seemingly, infinite ways to fail. On the one hand, feminism has never been more widely proclaimed or marketable than it is now. On the other hand, its last ten years of mainstream prominence and acceptability culminated …

This 7-minute workout is all you need to get in shape

This 7-minute workout is ideal if you have little time to exercise or don't have access to a gym.<p>According a study published in the American College of Science and Medicine's Health & Fitness Journal, the combination of aerobic and resistance training performed at a high-intensity can be extremely …