Would you like to have seriously loyal employees? So loyal that you could trust them with information that could really hurt you? You can, and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has figured out how: Start
Super successful people understand that there are traits, behaviors, and actions they must take in order to succeed. Their thinking is, "I will do what it takes to get to where I want to go" They know
Think about all the extremely successful people you know. I guarantee they're incredibly good at selling themselves, selling their ideas -- in short, they're incredibly good at persuading other people.
How trustworthy are people? How far do we trust one another? That's what researchers set out to discover. In a recently published study, scientists from a number of universities in Spain analyzed the of
These small cities may not pack the cultural punch of Europe’s grande dames – and that’s the point of going. All are full of local colour but also served by budget airlines. Perfect for a weekend break
Tesla. The company name evokes very different yet equally strong responses from critics and fans. Critics argue Tesla loses money on each car sold. Indeed, with losses of $290 million in 2014 and $888
Local laws and etiquette Get a couple of photocopies of your European Health Insurance Card and passport, as you will need them for any medical treatment. You must carry your passport with you by law.
While some of these locations are remote, others are hidden gems often overlooked by tourists. For those in search of the best spots to visit in Asia away from the masses, we've rounded up 16 breathtaking
Google's People Operations department confronted a paradox. Like most HR organizations, it hired individuals. It developed individuals. It evaluated the performance of individuals. Yet almost everything
I am an avid reader. I read because there is so much incredible material out there to learn from, but I also read to stay inspired. In the same way movies and YouTube montages and podcasts inspire, books
A wildly underrated member of the five senses, your sense of smell has a powerful effect on your brain's many functions. Any odor you breathe in affects your limbic system, which governs emotional processing,
Thanks to improvements in medicine, more of us are living longer. That makes we have a heightened investment in making sure our brains stay in shape as we age, too. While an increased life expectancy not
Researchers believe a grounded iceberg in Antarctica – which is larger than Luxembourg – could lead to the loss of an entire colony of Adélie penguins which have been forced to travel 70 miles to feed
These are the 30 prettiest towns in Europe, according to the fine people at the Japanese Association of Travel Agents (JATA). It was challenged to come up with 30 smaller destinations to promote to holidaymakers.
There’s no better way of getting into the fabric of a wonderful part of the world than by feeling its earth under your feet, its slopes in your legs, its sun on your skin and the prospect of its gastronomy
From fern-filled gullies to waterfalls and stunning coastal paths, winter doesn’t have to mean staying indoors. These five walks are perfect for a cold, dry day Although the temptation is to stay indoors,
We’d call it the opposite of a perfect storm: a set of external circumstances that together create an exceptionally favorable economic environment. The largest North American and European multinational
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. 40 years ago, a group of European luxury brands,
Salesforce.com is going to become the first pure Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company to achieve a recurring revenue run rate of $10 billion dollars. And when that happens, it won’t just be a success the
In every way, Johnny is physically and biologically male. But, astonishingly he did not grow a penis until he hit puberty. He is one of many children who live in Salinas, an isolated village in the southwestern
We work so hard and have a desire to play just as hard. But when we finally commit to taking time off, we are flooded with the guilt of all the things we could be doing. It’s in your nature to be massively
A few years ago, I published a post on starting a business while keeping your full-time job. I listed a number of reasons why this makes sense. I even included some practical steps. But I didn’t go far
Like trains so much you never want to get off? You might want to consider one of the following journeys, which are the world's longest by rail, with no change of train involved. 1. Trans-Siberian: Moscow
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