Vanity Fair‘s Women in Hollywood initiative recently spoke to Viola Davis, and it’s a great interview that gets into her Emmy win, her view of her success, the changing racial dynamics of Hollywood. Oh,
Could you be more effective at communication? For most of us, the answer is yes. And business leaders in particular need stellar communications skills to be effective. "Some of the problems we continue
(A quick note before we get started. I wrote the following in response to reader feedback to another column: 10 Bad Habits That Make You Look Really Unprofessional. This post is the counterpoint to that
"It's just a day in the office in here essentially," the 28-year-old Keyes told Business Insider. "I've got a nice work space, food, drinks, some Wi-Fi. This is like this whole other world." Keyes, a for
David Allen, a productivity expert and author of the best-seller "Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity," says that this can result in serious consequences and make it difficult to our
Most of the time I feel like a productive person. I write three columns a week, am getting a master's degree, manage a small number of clients, and happily still have time to travel and enjoy time with
Our given names influence our lives in all sorts of strange ways, affecting everything from where we choose to live to what we do for a living. That's the takeaway of a fascinating new video from PBS Studios'
Do you feel like there’s not enough hours in the day? Try eliminating one item from your to-do list. Staring at our lengthy to-do lists, we all wish we had just one more hour in the day to accomplish all.
To say I’m hooked on Elite: Dangerous would be an understatement. I’m sinking an average of 30 hours per week into the game. I’ve programmed a space-themed Spotify playlist for those long voyages between
In the book SCRUM: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time (2014, Crown Business), Jeff Sutherland discusses his unique management process, which has come to revolutionize the tech world. In following
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I was in San Luis Obispo, Calif., last weekend for a wedding. I took advantage of my time on the left coast to travel to Modesto to see my
In the HBO series "Silicon Valley," for example, business school grad Jared completely lacks personality and serves as the caregiver of the quirky entrepreneurs, who initially have no idea how to draw
Is the era of slow-charging cell phones finally reaching an end? Researchers in Singapore seem to be promising it: They’ve created a battery that can recharge a cell phone to 70% in two minutes; an electric
When Inc.com Founders Forum asked designer Mark Ecko what the most important trait for entrepreneurs is, he didn't hesitate. His answer: authenticity. He's not alone in insisting on the fundamental power
After the flurry of hiring that typically happens in the first quarter, the fall tends to be the second-biggest hiring period of the year, according to career coach Kathleen Brady, author of "Get a Job!"
"We were at the mall near our house," Quintal, who lives in Methuen, Massachusetts, told Business Insider. "It was about two years ago. I think Anthony tweeted that he was trying on suits at a store."
First impressions have gone digital. People are learning about you online before they ever shake your hand. The second they know they are going to meet you or have a call with you, they’re going to type
You’ve heard it hundreds of times before (and probably will hundreds of times again): You need to be on LinkedIn. But once you’ve created your profile, what’s next? If you’re not actively job searching,
If you’re reading this article instead of calling a client or crunching a spreadsheet, chances are you could be more focused at work. You’re not alone. According to a recent survey by Salary.com, the employee
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