Sometimes, to become successful and to get closer to the person we know we can become, we don’t need to add more things to our lives—we need to give up on some of them. There are certain things that are
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
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Nobody would care much about North Korea – a small and isolated country of 24 million people, ruled by a grotesque dynasty that calls itself Communist – if not for its nuclear weapons. Its current ruler,
There are lots of TED Talks about serious subjects like medical research, natural disasters, and even rocket science. However, some TED Talks are sure to put a smile on your face. Here are five of my 1.
Financial voyeurs of the world, rejoice! I dug out all our old tax returns, pay stubs, and my net-worth spreadsheet to pull together the story of our 10-year journey from nearly zero net worth to millionaire
Whether you want to launch an empire or become the best in your field, who better to consult than those who've achieved the peak of professional and financial success? That's why we've rounded up 21 books
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Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. Do you ever lie on your sofa at night and think back to all the bosses you ever had? If you do,
When it comes to getting rich, the formula is simple: Spend less and save more. That's easier said than done. To save a considerable amount of money, you have to make more than an intermittent effort.
How many business owners do you know that opened a business with the intention of that business failing? Hopefully that figure is low--like zero percent low. But failure is often a part of starting a whether
"On average, millionaires invest 20% of their household income each year. Their wealth isn't measured by the amount they make each year, but by how they've saved and invested over time," writes Ramit in
2015 could arguably be named the "year of the entrepreneur." Shark Tank became must-see TV, the SEC allowed regular folks to invest in startups, and Inc.com has become one of the most-visited business
Most leaders receive surprisingly little development before assuming their first supervisory roles. In fact, many get no leadership training at all until they’ve been in the executive ranks for nearly
About 1.2 billion people worldwide live without electricity. Updated on Nov. 6, 2015 at 5:25 EST Prashant Mandal shares a flimsy hut with his wife and four kids, subsists on less than $2 a day and recently
But we also ring up debt because we simply don't understand the flow of our income and expenses, so we can't accurately estimate how much money we have available to spend. I've struggled with this myself.
You likely know what you should do to avoid this -- power down the electronics, limit caffeine, keep evenings as calm as you can. But somehow you're still not getting the sleep you need. That's because
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I recently met two friends at a near-deserted KFC outlet in Chongqing, a city in China’s southwest. I initially assumed they had already finished eating when I joined them, as there was no food on their