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Admit it — for the 1.85 million students who just earned a college diploma, there’s no cooler calling right now than working at a fast-growing startup. Recent graduates know that startups offer more responsibility
I write something and instead of responding with a well-reasoned argument, they write things like "James Altucher is a wacko" or "James Altucher is a scumbag." I've written for or appeared on the Wall
Eva Longoria, Helena Christensen, Naomie Harris, and more on what they like on a man. 1. Eva Longoria—Actress What looks good on a man? A suit. It should be tailored and fitted. And a good watch, classy
Here are eight of the daily behaviors and unconscious habits that are keeping you from the life you really want. Every generation has a "monoculture" of sorts, a governing pattern or system of beliefs
At age 18, he told himself that he’d never work a normal job again. Now Peter Voogd is a millionaire media entrepreneur and best-selling book author. But generating wealth wasn’t always glamorous for “I
Companies all around the world are facing an epidemic: mass commoditization. Products and services are becoming commodities faster and faster and margins are disappearing just as quickly, putting great
A Cosmopolitan writer tells us where ladies go to get turned on. Originally published on Cosmopolitan.com Women can enjoy porn just as much as guys do. But it's shockingly hard for us to find good porn
78 years ago, a journalist who studied 500 millionaires realized something about friendships that's still relevant today
In addition to outlining the "secret" to building wealth in 13 principles, he revealed 30 "major causes of failure" that hold many of us back from getting rich, one of them being associating with the crowd.
This brief article will explain why the world's banking system is unsound, and what differentiates a sound from an unsound bank. I suspect not one person in 1,000 actually understands the difference. a
(romakoma via Shutterstock) The money given out in Wall Street bonuses last year was twice the amount all minimum-wage workers earned combined Larry Schwartz July 15, 2015 5:15pm (UTC) This article originally
The recent dump of the company’s private documents revealed the blurred moral lines of ‘digital mercenaries’ providing software that could violate human rights In contrast to many of the private companies
One guy launched a website and made millions without hiring a single employee — now he's sold it and could make $100 million
DeLong and his website have an interesting backstory. For a while, ViralNova was a one-man startup run entirely by DeLong and two freelance writers. Together they were able to grow their website to Buzzfeed's
How steak makes you grow—from the first bite to bulging biceps 1. Breaking Down the MeatThe process starts in your mouth with the mechanical digestion of food: Your teeth cut, tear, and mash the steak
There is a series of mental events that lead to massive success. Each event is the cause for another event. How can you apply this thinking to create authentic success, meaning and fulfillment in your
For Heinz, it was seeing the surfers at Del Mar. He raised his phone to snap a photo for a friend. Mike Alfred saw the grin on his face, so he took his own photo of his friend's happiness. Heinz's long,
On issues foreign and domestic, we view everything as a “war.” Our reliance on the term is myopic and destructive William J. Astore July 1, 2015 9:30am (UTC) This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.
Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. For his 13th pick, he's gone with "The Player of Games" by the late Iain M. Banks. It's a sci-fi that's
It’s recommended that special ops do them. But here’s why you must add them to your routine, too Military Special Forces Operators are the most insanely fit badasses on the planet. Their physically and
According to Jeff the principles for success are the same in the Navy and the corporate world: self-awareness, open communication, trust — all the fundamentals of leadership that are covered in every article.
“I think America is out of hand”: The shocking numbers that reveal just how burnt out American workers are
(KieferPix via Shutterstock) Productivity has exploded in the American workforce in recent years, but at a terrible cost Matt Saccaro June 29, 2015 3:09pm (UTC) The American worker is overworked, underpaid,
The fitness and supplement industries have promised improbable results for as long as they’ve existed. Here’s the truth about the limits of human muscle growth I saw my first bodybuilding show in the 1980s.