People who do great things typically are serious about self-improvement, which often is served in the form of a book. Here are two dozen good ones, recommended by founders, executives, and other high 1.
Hate your commute? Struggle to motivate yourself to hit the treadmill? Perhaps both these problems (and many more) have the same solution. Why not turn these odds and ends of unpleasant time into opportunities
Right before I started my business, I had to take over my family's company. It was retail furniture, the last thing I thought I would be doing after all of the education I had just gone through. My father
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New research shows that the rhythm of breathing directly impacts neural activity in a network of brain areas involved in smell, memory and emotions The rhythm of breathing co-ordinates electrical activity
Peter Singer is professor of bioethics at Princeton University and laureate professor at the University of Melbourne. Soon after Barack Obama was elected president of the United States, he told a young
TalentSmart has given emotional intelligence tests to more than a million people and found that the upper echelons of top performance are filled with people who are high in emotional intelligence (90%
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"Most of us remember our first days at every job because of the heightened pressure to impress," says Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How Manage
I spent 11 years addicted to methamphetamine and have now been clean for nine. Today, I am a self-defense instructor, a budding entrepreneur, a volunteer first responder, a friend and family member. Yet
When you allow bad habits to take over, they dramatically impede your path to success. The challenge is bad habits are insidious, creeping up on you slowly until you don't even notice the damage they're
In today's world, brain is worth more than brawn, and even ancient tricks can help. We live in a digital age surrounded by smart devices and connectivity, where everyone is trying to get smarter, faster.
With the help of WalletHub's 2016 Most fun cities in America ranking, we've come up with a list of 15 cities that are both fun and affordable. To determine it's original ranking, WalletHub compared the
Here’s the latest research on the small tweaks you can make to fall back in love with a job that’s getting the better of you. When you first moved your things into your office, you couldn’t wait to put
Now that you have a glimpse into your own plan, a fair warning: It's not a quick fix. And it's not about you. It took years for me to develop the understanding that life is really about giving, service,
We’re all excellent storytellers, especially when it comes to spinning a tale about why we failed. Here’s how to stop doing that. Sometimes, when it comes to achievement, our biggest enemy is ourselves.
Something is in the water. Everybody, it seems, is blogging, speaking, or doing research about the concept of happiness and freedom in the workplace. Some call the new happiness movement frivolous. But
Motivation is important. Most successful people have the drive necessary to continue their journey of self-growth. However, even the most achievement-oriented people come to a point when their motivation