Forget Mykonos and Santorini. I found a little-known island in Greece that's twice as beautiful and half the price.
Most vacationers heading to the islands in Greece usually end up at one of two destinations: Mykonos or Santorini. While both islands have their charms, they've undoubtedly become tourist traps, with hotels,
• Sit-ups aren't the best way to get a strong core, according to physicians at Harvard Medical School.• Not only do they not target all the muscles you need for a six-pack, crunches may also set you for
What do emotional intelligence and authenticity have in common? Everything. In its most stripped down form, being emotionally-intelligent means being an authentic person. Yet authenticity doesn't come
Everyone has a great boss story. Mine takes me back to 2005. I reported to an executive in a midsize hospital in Los Angeles. To this day, Bruce is my favorite boss because of his servant-leadership style.
Sixteen months ago, I announced to my staff we were going to give a 35-hour workweek a trial run. For 90 days, we'd see if working seven hours per day (without a reduction in pay) had positive outcomes.
David Nihill hated public speaking so much that he wrote a bestselling book about it:Do You Talk Funny? 7 Comedy Habits to Become a Better (and Funnier) Public Speaker. When I first met him -- oddly enough
Diet & Fitness These exercises protect your back and neck, and target more of your abdominal muscles than crunches alone. The abdominals are a pain point for many gym goers. We habitually grab a mat, down
The late, great American poet Maya Angelou once said, "People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." The truth is, your word creates
Once upon a time, there was a humble Wall Street investment bank analyst named Mary Meeker. Yes, I’m aware this is the first time in history that “humble” has been used in a sentence with “Wall Street”
Spinach’s reputation as a superfood may be a bit exaggerated, but there’s no denying the fact that it’s utterly gorgeous to eat There’s a recipe in one of my books with a typo that really annoys me. Instead
If you want to be a leader whom people follow with absolute conviction, you have to be a likable leader. Tyrants and curmudgeons with brilliant vision can command a reluctant following for a time, but
HBR STAFF Even in my relatively short foray into office life, I notice that few people bring a pen and notebook to meetings. I’ve been told that over the years, the spiral notebooks and pens once prevalent
At his Brülosophy website, Marshall Schott tries to break all the rules of homebrewing, for science. Marshall Schott is an avid homebrewer and head writer behind the popular Brülosophy experimentation
You might think it would be easy for people to be authentic, to be "real." But of course it's not. Why? Because people are constantly maneuvering inside their head trying to please, trying to achieve,
Everybody I know has tried some type of time management, yet most are still stressed out. Despite all the books and seminars on time management, none of the techniques seem to be working in real life.
Sometimes we need someone to give us the hard truth--a dose of pure, distilled honesty--to shake up normal patterns and give us fresh perspective. Here is a collection of quotes that have the same effect
Over the past decade or so, I've heard a new term for leaders come into common usage: servant leader. The idea of servant leadership is that the typical hierarchy where employees are supposed to serve
The cold days and nights of winter have arrived…it’s the perfect time for cooking hearty, warming stews brimming with meat and vegetables. Add a salad and plenty of crusty bread for a comforting meal sure