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9 Ways to Recognize a Real Leader

Look closely and you'll see who they really are.<p>Writer and Personal Branding Expert<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Leadership is a trait many are quick to claim but few truly deserve.<p>To be a leader does not mean wearing the title of "leader." It's not something you …


Kids tell Jimmy Kimmel how they feel about President-elect Trump

It's hard to stay away from strong opinions surrounding the election, even from those not allowed to vote.<p>Apparently, even from kids not big enough to ride Splash Mountain.<p>Jimmy Kimmel, megaphone for children everywhere, took to the streets to ask some kids about their feelings on President-elect …

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Watch out for the supermoon that will set a 68-year record

Clear skies permitting, sky-gazers will be treated to a rare astronomical phenomenon<p>If you’re below retirement age, you’ll never have seen it so big or so bright. Amid all the political seismic shocks, the universe is throwing in a stunning natural phenomenon this week, with the appearance of the …


I just ran my first half marathon — here's what I tell my friends when they say they could never start running

It was <i>hard</i>, but worth the effort.<p>However, when I first started running four summers ago, I could barely make it two blocks without stopping. I questioned if I'd be able to finish the 5K I'd impulsively signed up for and laughed at the prospect of even attempting a half marathon.<p>But despite not …


5 cultural faux pas Americans make while traveling abroad

While you may not do it intentionally — or even realize you're doing it — certain kinds of behavior that Americans wouldn't think twice about aren't as accepted or favored in other countries around the world.<p>We spoke to Robert Hickey, the deputy director of the Protocol School of Washington, and …