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10 Success lessons from Mukesh Ambani - "Wealthiest Man in India" for entrepreneurs

Share55<p>Tweet<p>Share92<p>+11<p>Shares 148<p>Thousands of stories are told about how children inherit wealth from their parents, but not many are told where the …

Try This 21-Day Better Breakfast Challenge

Eating a balanced plate first thing gives you an energy surge to kick off your day and helps keep your hunger in check. “What you eat for breakfast …

7 easy ways to build the perfect patio

Ever wished you could have a pergola in your house, but you don't have the right material or know about the installation process or even what key …

4 Smart Ways To Plan Your Living Room Layout

How to arrange living room furniture based on the space and your personal style.<p>You've finally overcome the major design challenge of finding a cohesive group of living room furnishings you love. But now you're faced with an equally tricky task: Finding the perfect place to put it all.<p>If arranging …

4 critical (and common!) 401(k) mistakes to avoid

Relatively few workers in America have pensions these days, so it's increasingly up to the workers to provide for their own retirements. Employers help to some degree, often by providing workplace-based retirement accounts, such as 401(k)s. It's great to have a 401(k), but that's not enough. You …

Retirement

A Map Of Where Your Food Originated May Surprise You

Some people may be dimly aware that Thailand's chilies and Italy's tomatoes — despite being central to their respective local cuisines — originated in South America. Now, for the first time, a new study reveals the full extent of globalization in our food supply. More than two-thirds of the crops …

Agriculture

13 things you should accomplish with your money before turning 30

When it comes to managing money, time is on your side in your 20s.<p>A head start on saving and investing could mean huge financial gains in the future.<p>To help you optimize this decade, we've come up with 13 milestones to aim to achieve before hitting 30:

IKEA-Style Home Can Be Built in 4 Days Using Only a Screwdriver

French architecture firm Multipod Studio has come up with a revolutionary housing prototype – the PopUp House. This unique dwelling comes in the form …

10 Surprising Near-Death Experiences That May Change Your Beliefs

We’ve discussed near-death experiences (NDEs) before, concentrating mainly on testimonies from people in modern Western societies. Now we’re going to …

EB15: Litespeed builds Ku:wa adventure road bike, plus lightweight SL versions of T1, Pinhoti

The Litespeed Ku:wa is their new adventure bike that’s named after an Indian word for mulberry, which refers to Mulberry Gap, a famous 350+ mile …

Road Bikes

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Best Stuff<p>Find a toothpaste that suits your specific needs.<p>By Adam Hurly3 days agoView More<p>Hair Gods<p>See the Avengers star's new facial hair swerve …

The core factor of success is focus, and here’s how to get it

Peak performance experts say things like, “You should focus. You need to eliminate the distractions. Commit to one thing and become great at that thing.”<p>This is good advice. The more I study successful people from all walks of life—artists, athletes, entrepreneurs, scientists—the more I believe …

50 Contemporary Sunrooms With Charming Spaces

Depending on where you live in the northern hemisphere, you might have anywhere between a few good days to weeks before the warmth of summer slowly …

5 Movies With Great Lessons for Entrepreneurs

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Books, articles, speeches, television shows and movies can spark creative ideas and provide helpful inspiration for entrepreneurs. That’s right -- an excuse to watch some cinematic masterpieces!<p>Break out the popcorn, get comfy on the …

7 Life Hacks From Rebel Billionaires

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>With just shy of 2,000 billionaires on earth, the odds of joining that rarefied club is about one in 4 million. To put that in perspective, you are 24 times more likely to be killed by lightning than you are to become a billionaire.<p>If you …

This housing bubble is ready to pop

The top spot goes to Sydney. Then San Francisco and Austin, Texas, round out my top five.<p>That said, I'm not the least bit surprised that Vancouver has become a prime example of the global real-estate bubble and one of the single most bubbly cities on the planet.<p>The argument is always this: They …

How rich Warren Buffett was at your age

In fact, 99 percent of his immense wealth was earned after his 50th birthday, reports Business Insider.<p>That doesn't mean Buffett, 84, was a late bloomer in any sense. He started his financial path toward wealth at a very young age and built his fortune slowly over the years, decade by decade — …

7 Timeless Lessons About Getting Rich From a Book Your Grandparents Read

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Two major books were published in 1926 that rocked our world: <i>Winnie-the-Pooh</i> and <i>The Richest Man in Babylon</i>.<p>Although "stuffed with fluff," Pooh Bear might have had a larger impact on American pop culture, but it’s <i>The Richest Man in Babylon</i> …

Get Rich On Your Most Valuable Asset

Of all of the things you own, what’s your most valuable asset?<p>Your home? Your vehicles? Your retirement portfolio?<p>If you answered yes to any of the above, in most cases you’d be wrong. Human capital — your ability to earn money now and in the future — is your most valuable asset.<p>But most people …

Investing

Why a beer costs €1 in Portugal but €3 in Germany

How much €100 buys across the eurozone - mapped<p>A German traveller buying drinks in Lithuania would probably marvel at such a cheap round. Continuing on his tour of the Baltics, if the same person fancied a tipple in Finland he is more likely to make a joke about needing a mortgage to pay for a …

French Food

5 Science-Based Practices for Daily Happiness

Most people I’ve met, if not all, would try like to be happy. There are all kinds of books on happiness, courses on happiness, and documentaries on …

Happiness

Is Capitalism Ending?

“Without us noticing, we are entering the post-capitalist era,” writes Paul Mason in the <i>Guardian</i> in an article entitled “The End of Capitalism Has Begun.” “At the heart of further change to come,” he continues, “ is information technology, new ways of working and the sharing economy. The old ways …

Creative Industries

Nintendo's Satoru Iwata dies at 55; under him, Wii created hordes of new gamers

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, who had led the company since 2002 and presided over the launch of the monumentally successful Wii video game console, died Saturday. He was 55.<p>Nintendo announced Iwata's death with a brief statement Sunday, saying he had died due to a bile duct growth.<p>Known to be …

How Billionaires Hit It Big: The Path To One Billion Dollars

5 signs the one percent have truly obscene amounts of money

You know our economic system is out of whack when someone can buy a $5,000 hamburger or a $500 milkshake<p>Here's something to read after you get done trying to figure out how to make the mortgage or the rent or the car payment this month. It's a little story about how the other half lives. Well, …

A Weekend Escape to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park

Green islands and white sailboats dot the water. Dogs frolic along the rocky beach. Children sit on benches with their feet dangling above the ground, licking ice cream cones as big as their heads. This is Bar Harbor, a quaint town on Mount Desert Island off the coast of eastern Maine, and a …

Wall Street is all in for Jeb! Enron, Goldman Sachs and the forgotten Bush legacy

Jeb may be down, but don’t count him out yet. The banks bought his brother an election, and they can do it again<p>[<i>This piece has been adapted and updated by Nomi Prins from her book</i> All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances That Drive American Power, <i>recently</i> <i>out in paperback (Nation Books).</i>] …

Opinion: You’ll need more than nerves of steel to make money in stocks

Many good financial pundits and journalists know a thing or two about behavioral finance. They often write interesting pieces about how investors …