Buddha bowls are one of our favorite food trends — they are overflowing with both flavor and potential. Once you get past their kitschy name (they are so full, like Buddha's tummy), you'll find that a
How many motivational books have you read? You know how it goes, right? The author conveys his or her version of the secrets of life, success, or relationships through a highly subjective "10 best" strategy.
An earlier version of this piece ran in 2016. "Why are traffic lights red, yellow and green?" When a child asks you a question like this, you have a few options. You can shut her down with a "Just because."
“Initially, helicopter parenting appears to work,” says Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of How to Raise an Adult. “As a kid, you're kept safe, you're given direction, and you might get a better grade because
In an interview published in Time magazine earlier today, Bill Gates said that the late Hans Rosling's book Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World--and Why Things Are Better Than You Think
Is the cryptocurrency just going to end up reenforcing the financial system it was supposed to disrupt? Bitcoin was a clever idea. Idealistic, even. But it isn’t working out quite as its developers imagined.
There's an old joke where a man says, "I really want to go to medical school, but it takes at least seven years--and I'll be 50 in seven years!" A wise friend replies, "And how old will you be in seven
There are a great many entrepreneurs who sit around all day brainstorming the perfect idea. First of all, no great business comes from a long day of sitting at your desk wondering what will work. Great
It’s hard to understand a brain injury until you have one I opened my eyes to see a clear blue sky and two men leaning over me to put a brace around my neck. I don’t know if I was already on the stretcher
You've spent years building a successful small business. As you begin to plan your exit strategy, you conduct a formal valuation and discover that your company isn't worth nearly as much as you hoped.
If you're less than happy with your life -- either personally or professionally -- the problem isn't education, upbringing , a lack of opportunities, being held back by other people, or even bad luck.
Wellness programs, free lunches, employee yoga. There's lots of ways companies try to create a sense of happiness and well-being for employees. In fact, many companies have large teams dedicated to it
Sit still. It’s the mantra of every classroom. But that is changing as evidence builds that taking brief activity breaks during the day helps children learn and be more attentive in class, and a growing
We're in the middle of a movement movement. Moving more helps make you more productive, sharpens your cognitive skills and improves your focus. For example, a recent study found walking around for just