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Six Reasons Smart People Fail

Most businesses are run by highly intelligent people, and when businesses fail, it's usually due to these smart leaders' boneheaded mistakes. Even when a product -- or lack of one -- is at the center of the spectacle, flawed thinking by very smart people is often what made things fall apart.<p>There …

13 online courses that could help you get rich

The wealthiest, most successful people appreciate the power of learning long after college or any formal education is over.<p>Today, it's easier than ever to continue your education with the chance to take online courses from some of the best universities in the world.<p>We've picked out some of the best …

Why You Need to Learn How to Speak a Leadership Vocabulary

The words you say and the way you say them can make the difference between your team's success and failure.<p>In leadership, as in most fields, there's a specialized vocabulary. But unlike the language of most fields, the words that mean the most in leadership aren't technical jargon. They reflect the …

Leadership

4 TED Talks To Become A True Leader

There’s no set formula for what makes an effective leader. Some people make it to the top and others don’t, but contrary to popular belief, it’s not all a game of wealth. The following TED Talks, given by thought leaders in their respective fields, explore various factors that contribute to the …

Leadership

5 questions you can ask yourself to help you get rich

Becoming rich doesn't happen overnight. Unless you win the lottery or have a huge inheritance coming, building wealth happens gradually over time.<p>Financially successful people always have a plan for building and maintaining their wealth.<p>No matter if your personal finances and career is a wreck …

7 Powerful Beliefs That Will Lead You to Success

Whatever you're setting out to do, these 7 essentials beliefs can help steer you toward your goals.<p>We all have that inner voice--the that tells you you're not going to make it.<p>That you're not good enough. You're undeserving. It's too late. You can't win. You fail at everything.<p>If you listen to it, …

Motivation

Here's Why India Is About to Become the World's Most Important Economy

China’s days as the globe’s most exciting economy are numbered.<p>That’s because while China’s workforce has already begun to shrink, in part as a …

How to start a side business without quitting your current job

Not all entrepreneurs started out their businesses fresh from college – or quit halfway through.<p>Most entrepreneurs already had careers before they decided to go it alone. But making the jump can be terrifying, especially if you have overheads to pay. That’s why a growing number of people are …

Small Business

How to Write a Business Plan: A Step-by-Step Template

Writing a business plan doesn't have to be an intimidating task, but it does require foresight, honesty, and plenty of research. Here is an outline and some smart tips to help get you started.<p>Creating a business plan is the first and most crucial step to building a successful company.<p>"A business …

Small Business

11 daily habits keeping you from getting rich, according to a man who spent 5 years studying millionaires

Author Thomas C. Corley spent five years studying the lives of both rich people (defined as having an annual income of $160,000 or more and a liquid net worth of $3.2 million or more) and poor people (defined as having an annual income of $35,000 or less and a liquid net worth of $5,000 or less).<p>He …

8 Things Exceptional Thinkers Do Every Day

Guest Writer<p>Speaker and Maximum Performance Strategist. CEO of Matt Mayberry Enterprises<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Everything that we are and everything that we are not is an end result from our current level of thinking. Every great achievement in history came …

Self-improvement

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge not quite waterproof, torture tests reveal

New test results reveal that Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the best choice for snorkelers who can't go without their phones for a single moment. But if your thing is parkour or something else that increases the risk of dropping your phone on a hard surface, the latest iPhone may still be the …

Are Bananas Really on Their Way to Extinction?

Facing threats from Panama disease, scientists are scrambling to save the beloved fruit.<p>Bananas are near perfect snacks. They're sweet and …

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His stress is not like her stress

Muscles tighten, the heart pounds and nausea takes hold: In the face of sudden stress, men and women respond alike. But when threats, scares or …

Here’s What Happens To Your Body If You Eat Too Much Salt

There’s a reason why New York City now requires restaurants to label salty foods<p>Salt does more than just make your food taste more delicious—it’s important for your body to function properly. Sodium, one of the key ingredients in table salt, regulates blood flow and pressure, and helps transmit …

Gene Editing: Group Says OK Do It, But Be Careful

There’s no reason to stop scientists from doing gene editing, experts agreed Thursday, but researchers need to be careful and no one’s ready yet to do “germline” editing that could be passed to future generations.<p>Experts and advocates wrapped up a three-day meeting on the subject with an agreement …

Sexual Harassment Case Shines Light On Science's Dark Secret

A sexual harassment case is sending shock waves through the scientific community this week, and raising questions nationwide about how common sexual harassment is in science and why so little is typically done to stop it.<p>A six-month investigation by the University of California, Berkeley concluded …

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Your ‘mind’s eye’ can make its own decisions

The part of the brain responsible for seeing can essentially make decisions just like the brain’s traditional “higher level” areas.<p>Neuroscientists …

The Brain