Don't underestimate the cumulative power of small, steady changes in your daily routines. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I think we are all open to making changes in our
Regrets. They are the great common denominator--no matter race, color, creed--they're the one thing we universally try to avoid with the time we're given. The pursuit of such avoidance is often on our
As usual, Yoda was right—and science backs him up. In “The Empire Strikes Back,” when Yoda is training Luke to be a Jedi, he demonstrates the power of the Force by raising an X-wing fighter from a swamp.
Four realities exist. The first is that indecision is potentially your greatest threat. The second is that most people are "drifting," which means they haven't taken command of their mind or their life.
Imagine this: It's 3 pm, you have a weekly team meeting in an hour, and a 6 pm deadline looming--but you've only managed to check off one item on your lengthy to-do list. We've all experienced days like
The Nobel winner says keeping telomeres – the ends of our chromosomes – in prime condition can stave off diseases associated with ageing You won your Nobel prize for medicine for your discoveries concerning
Photographer: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images The data scientists writing the algorithms that drive giants like Alphabet Inc. (Google) and Facebook Inc. are today's technology wizards, and companies and
Being a stressed out mess is so last year. These past 52 weeks weren’t the best when it came to mental health, between the very real development of election anxiety to the tragic events that happened How
When you imagine a highly productive person, you likely think of someone who focuses effortlessly on the job and never succumbs to procrastination. You know, the type who can sit on the ground in a subway
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Every business needs to have a written business plan. Whether it’s to provide direction or attract investors, a business plan is vital for
It has been one of those years. From tragic terror attacks to the fiercely debated Brexit results and a seemingly endless celebrity death toll (David Bowie, Prince, Victoria Wood and Terry Wogan, to name
I spent some time playing around with alternatives like Google Calendar and Fantastical, but none of them seemed to cut it. Sunrise was perfect for me. But there's good news: All of Sunrise's best features
The problem with morning routines is that most people don't have one. For many individuals, waking up in the morning is a chaotic experience, full of terrible alarm clock noises, scrolling through email,
Consider this your life's library. This list celebrates female writers who wrote coming-of-age classics as well as modern page-turners. They've won awards, provoked discussion, and ultimately their work
The jury's out. Being in your late 20s can kinda suck. Even though Millennials actively tout their picture-perfect lives on social media, things aren't always so rosy on the other side of the screen. find
A new memory technology could pack the entire Library of Congress into a .1 mm-wide cube. Researchers from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have created a rewritable data-storage device
We all are guilty of procrastination from time to time, putting off those important tasks and saying 'oh, I'll do it tomorrow." For many of us though, tomorrow never comes. So how do we defeat procrastination?
The foundation of the elixir of life, or just long-life pets? Would you like to live 35 percent longer? Apparently the trick is removing worn-out "senescent' cells that have a degenerative affect on your
Most people would say yes, duh. Unequivocally. But, as with most things, it’s maybe not that simple. When I first posted this question on Twitter, I got a deluge of disclaimer-y responses from women: peck
Chunky GPS units are a thing of the past. These days, everyone is finding their way by using their smartphones. Although we’ll be the first to admit that we love the industry standard, Google Maps (especially