Desperate times call for desperate measures. With basically every waking minute accounted for, I hadn’t had any “me time” in months — and it was taking its toll. The stack of unread books by my bed just
Have you heard of "The Peter Principle"? I bet you didn't know it actually came from a book by that name. In this 1968 book, Lawrence J. Peter wrote: "In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his
This story from mom and blogger Kathleen Fleming of Majestic Unicorn about her son accidentally breaking a mirror in the house is absolutely inspiring. This was my hallway last Wednesday. Broken. Sharp.
Concerned about personal protection? For folks looking for an everyday concealed carry weapon for self-defense, a number of new choices made their debut at the annual SHOT Show this week. Here’s a look
Whether you like attending them or not, conferences offer great opportunities for networking. At conferences, you can extend your network by meeting new people, including potential employers or employees,
The network effect, which describes how services and technologies become more valuable as more people use them, has driven the success of many internet companies. But it is not confined to the tech sector.
http://linktrack.info/slideshare_linkedin_loser LinkedIn is a great tool for job seekers and career-focused professionals, but if you use it incorrectly, you might hurt your personal brand more than help
Diane Kruger, Elizabeth Banks, and Alessandra Ambrosio are just a few of the stylish celebs tearing up the Venice Film Festival with intricate gowns and stunning fine jewelry. See the most glamorous looks
If you’re a manager in a knowledge-driven industry, chances are you’re an expert in the area you manage. Try to imagine a leader without this expertise doing your job. You’ll probably conclude it couldn’t
By Mark Wilson On a sunny Saturday morning, seven Amazon Dash buttons arrived to my apartment. Dash is a decidedly Jetsonian future come to life. A Wi-Fi connected button for my every need! Push one in
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What happens when the legislature refuses to discharge its constitutionally assigned responsibilities? “To see what is in front of one’s nose needs a constant struggle,” George Orwell wrote in 1946. Here’s
Steven Moore for HBR There are managers who coach and managers who don’t. Leaders in the latter category are not necessarily bad managers, but they are neglecting an effective tool to develop talent. been
Android is a powerful, flexible operating system, but the wrong combination of apps — or simply too many apps — can eat up system resources and leave your phone feeling sluggish and difficult to use. where
Have you ever wondered why some people are able to start the day energized and alert while others have to drag themselves out of bed and into the world of productivity? It’s not simply because of good