During my 20s, I didn’t give much thought to money. I was in grad school for a long time—seven years total between my masters and PhD—and I assumed my finances would straighten out once I graduated and
There's an enormous amount of research suggesting that emotional intelligence (EQ) is critical to your performance at work. TalentSmart has tested the EQ of more than a million people and found that it
This story originally appeared on JamesClear.com It was 1955 and Disneyland had just opened in Anaheim, California when a ten-year-old boy walked in and asked for a job. Labor laws were loose back then
To be successful, we have to first learn to guard against destructive behaviours — most people will be confronted with them (or even exhibit them) at some point in their careers. Let me highlight six the
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Everyone wants to know the secret to success, which is why we all look up to role models such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg.
Go with the ~*~flow~*~ to have more fun in bed. Like cheerleaders and gymnasts, yoga instructors often have to field the innuendo-laced question, "How flexible are you?" Yes, they're usually pretty flexible.
Courtesy of Amazon 1/7 I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb We here at Glamour are definitely on Team Malala, so of course we think her memoir is a must read. It tells the incredible story
One of my favorite innovations in recent years is the idea of TED Talks. Whether you attend a session in person or watch online, you can learn and gain inspiration and see and hear people tell their stories
A study published in the International Journal of Business Administration in May 2016, found that what students read in college directly affects the level of writing they achieve. In fact, researchers
Sometimes the mind wanders. Thoughts pop into consciousness. Ideas or images are present when just a moment before they were not. Scientists recently have been turning their attention to making sense this.
The science of rainbows is surprisingly poetic. Neil deGrasse Tyson knows the science behind a rainbow, the colors of which have become a global symbol of LBGT pride. On Tuesday, just two days after the
To the editor: Carel van Schaik and Kai Michel have an interesting premise, but they miss a major point. ("Atheists and believers are reading the Bible the wrong way," Opinion, June 10) Yes, the Bible
The Buddhist meditation practice is over 1,500 years old, but modern science says it has very real mental and physical health benefits. On a trip to Japan last year, one of the places I visited was Kyoto,
Conversations are a big part of our everyday lives. And whether you think of yourself as a world-class communicator or as someone who would rather just send an email than deal with face-to-face chatter,
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Emotional intelligence predicts people’s ability to regulate themselves, manage other people, and achieve success. Research shows a link between emotional intelligence and career success. Not everyone