Throughout the years, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has demonstrated the art of masterful communication. The following is a perfect example: It's a copy of a previously unpublished email Musk sent
In April 2015, I got serious about my goal to become a professional writer. In April 2015, I got serious about my goal to become a professional writer. I had written an e-book, Slipstream Time Hacking,and
The most successful people often are serious about self-improvement, which can come in the form of a good book. Here are two dozen excellent reads, recommended by founders, executives, and other high 1.
Like modern-day explorers ascending K2 or reaching the North Pole, entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, Brian Chesky and Arianna Huffington have what the Finnish call sisu, a flair for turning extreme adversity
Achieving great accomplishments on a regular basis requires that you build a set of habits around the things that make you successful. When you distill the success of elite entrepreneurs, or any elite
Warren Buffett tends to bill himself as an ordinary guy who just happened to make a ton of money by being thoughtful, patient, and frugal. He's also very smart, and puts a lot of time and effort into understanding
Getting feedback from your coworkers is scary. A leader at one of my previous jobs once said that my emotional stability fell somewhere between that of a squalling infant and pubescent teen. (Cool, cool.)
Recently, I visited an elite class of military officers who will spend the next thirteen months training on the most sensitive—and challenging—national security issues of our time. One of my books on skills
Fished from a trawl net, Dutch fisherman stumbled upon the extremely rare catch in the North Sea. The first known case of a two-headed harbour porpoise was documented last month when Dutch fishermen in
Of all the advice I've ever given to aspiring entrepreneurs, my favorite is this one quote about owning a business: Entrepreneurship is 10% about business, 100% about people and 1,000% about yourself.
Information overload is everywhere, from non-stop news to rat-a-tat email inboxes. At the receiving end of this deluge of verbiage is the human brain—your brain— metaphorically endowed with a vacuum cleaner
The American Psychological Association (APA) released a survey showing that money stress impacts Americans' health nationwide. And, as it turns out, the wealthy are also stressed about money — not just
After what felt like endless years of school, I can imagine it's tough to force yourself to sit down and learn more things. Without the assistance of a scary-looking teacher peeking over your shoulder,
And back again. This mirror-illusion video has people doing a double-take. Entitled “Walk in the Woods,” it’s the creation of Kevin Parry, a stop-motion animator at LAIKA. Be mesmerized as Parry travels