OK, so maybe a $1 million isn't as cool as it used to be. Thanks, inflation, David Fincher's "The Social Network" and Russ Hanneman! Making the two-comma club is still a noble financial goal. And an attainable
• Artemii Myasnikov sketched Disney princesses in powerful armor and posted the drawings on Instagram. • He explained to Buzzfeed that he was inspired to draw the princesses after watching "Disenchantment,"
Coasting is so easy to do, which is why the vast majority of human beings lead mediocre lives. Living a satisfying, fulfilling, and inspiring life, however, won't happen without work on your part. If what
You’ve had several years of experience in a field that you’re passionate about. This could be anything from photography and graphic design to marketing or real estate. You could turn this experience into
The 33-year-old millionaire founder of $3.75 billion Box thinks everyone needs to read these 2 books
Box CEO Aaron Levie may have made his millions helping companies move their data to the cloud, but the 33-year-old founder still takes the time to sit down and read a book. It's up to Levie, the leader
The best leaders craft an achievable vision for their company. Here are the five steps they follow to do it. Let me tell you what I am going to do in the next 993 words. First, I am going to point out
Angela Duckworth’s dad told her, “You know you’re no genius” throughout her childhood. “He was deeply concerned with how smart he was….how smart his family was…(and) worried that this intellectual handicap
When Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the ABC News program 20/20 asked me to share some of the insights I gleaned from writing three books on Jobs and Apple. The seven rules I offered are still relevant
The quality of our thoughts impacts not only how we behave and interact with the world, but how we see ourselves, and ultimately, what we believe we’re capable of. This is why it’s so important to identify,
As an athlete, if you want to improve something—your 100-meter time, say, or your deadlift PR—you’ve got to apply a challenge, some sort of “stressor,” and then follow it with a period of rest and recovery.
Successful people charge forward, take calculated risks, and come out on top because of it. But do you ever wonder what it is that really sets them apart from the rest? Jim Rohn believed it was pretty
"I just can't shut off my brain. I worry so much I can't pay attention to what I'm doing." I hear comments like this in my therapy office on a daily basis. Whether you're constantly worried about money
When it comes to the mobile app market, it’s extremely tough to rise above the noise. The fact is that most of the downloads come from a select few companies like Facebook and Google. Yet this does not
Getting up an hour earlier and making good use of the time is the surest way to make every day far more productive. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If each day, for an entire