Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Starting a business is one of the most challenging things you can do. And one of the hardest parts is that most people won't understand why
Walk through any good art classical museum, and the statues can seem so real, it’s almost as if they’ll come to life if turn your back on them. At France’s Lyon Museum of Fine Arts, for at least one night,
Good morning! Here's what's happening: 1. Palantir just disclosed in an SEC form that it has closed a huge round of investment, issuing $500 million in stock, $450 million of which has already been sold.
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But when they don't, we often fall victim to feelings of failure, disappointment, or simply unhappiness. Lyubomirsky, whose research on the possibility of permanently increasing happiness has received
TravelIntelligent Travel When I decided to visit Machu Picchu, I was so focused on getting to Peru that I kept delaying another important decision: Which route would I take to access the sacred site? I
This post originally appeared at The Cooper Review. Don’t you ever wonder what makes the world’s top CEOs so darn successful? Well, as it turns out, their habits make them who they are. Below are nine
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Three men were shot to death and at least 10 other people were wounded since Friday evening across the city, police said. A 23-year-old man died after he was shot in the head about 2:15 a.m. Saturday the
Jobs held a staff meeting and explained the role passion would play in revitalizing the brand: The simple phrase — "people with passion can change the world" — holds the secret to entrepreneurial success.
Do you really think Richard Branson and Bill Gates write a long to-do list and prioritize items as A1, A2, B1, B2, B3, C1 and on and on? In my research into time management and productivity, I’ve interviewed
That also goes for the underlying platforms and hardware that those apps run on. And the web. And the entire Internet itself. Even the programming languages that people use to build this stuff first had