My Inc.com blogging colleague Jeff Haden recently asked me to share my favorite productivity secret with him. I figured that as long as I was sharing it with him, I might as well share it with everyone
It was a Thursday night around 11, and I was making coffee in the office kitchen. I was just about to start my shift. But before I could finish stirring, my supervisor came in. She looked more worried
The 2016 presidential campaign has its first official candidate. Republican Ted Cruz jumped into the race for the presidency, announcing his intentions in a tweet at 12:09 am EDT Monday morning. "I'm for
Sorry, but it's not a 'law of capitalism' that you pay people as little as possible — it's an excuse
Consumers account for ~70% of the spending in our economy, so when they're hurting, we're all hurting. The reason average consumers are strapped is that, for the past 35 years, we have increasingly told
This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to cook, take up a musical instrument, or just get more out of the books you read, it helps to know how brain
17%. Via "The Sweet Spot: How to Find Your Groove at Home and Work:" Only 17% of the adult population is said to be flourishing, fulfilling their potential for happiness, success, and productivity. Less
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In his book, Rich Habits -- The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals, Tom Corley outlines several habits that distinguish the wealthy
World RAMSTEIN, Germany — As conflicts worsen on NATO’s eastern borders, the case is being made for a pan-European army as commanders seek multinational “coalitions of force” — with or without American
We are more than just a pretty face. It turns out the shape, size and even colour of our looks can relay some very important information about our personalities, health and sexuality. David Robson investigates.
Where the rubber meets the road, there's energy to be gained When it comes to energy, heat is a big waste. Sometimes we can put waste heat to good use, like by redirecting steam from power plants to heat
The flamboyant mathematician, whose semi-autobiographical book is published this week, reveals his pet dinosaur, teaching methods and mysterious love of spiders Professor Cédric Villani, 41, is a French
You need a big sub-woofer for big bass, right? Wrong. After 10 years of research, French acoustic engineers as Devialet just unveiled a giant step forward in audio that’s just one foot long. The Phantom
Well, you might be thinking, isn't that just wunderbar for the damn Germans, with their excellent supermarket commercials and their spectacular beach nudity and their pragmatically dressed Chancellor.