Iris Scott, 34, makes her living finger painting. That might sound like nice work if someone else is paying your bills, but the Brooklyn artist—known for her impressionistic paintings of the natural world
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As a leadership professor at New York University, I see some of the world's top students. A recent conversation reminded me that our university's culture still misguides them. Our corporate worlds suffer
Negative self-talk can be so much a part of the running dialogue in your head that you may not even notice it. However, it's important to recognize these feelings towards yourself if you want lasting in
It can be tempting to imagine that all millionaires caught a lucky break or two along the way and that's why they achieved the success they have. Well, luck certainly played its part, but that's because
Living a healthier lifestyle isn’t always down to sheer willpower – it can be as simple as forming new habits. But how do we do that? Last year, my New Year resolution was to go for a run first thing morning.
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New social science research explores the relationship between who becomes a CEO and family birth order. First-born sons are far more likely to be represented among the ranks of CEOs. Transcript RACHEL
Life is not meant to be easy. There are seemingly infinite constraints (e.g., genetic and environmental) stopping you from being and living as you wish. However, the primary obstacles stopping you from
The most successful people you know didn't get where they are by doing things like everyone else. One thing they likely have in common: Consistently doing the right things day in and out. Here's what of