Every day you make a decision. You choose whether to inhibit or enable, deprive or nourish, challenge or support. You also decide how you feel about your work. Alright, so your work evokes an emotion which
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. He's so funny, that Elon Musk. He's so cool, too. He dresses like a '90s rock star and seems to
Need a boost? These TED talks will get you excited and inspired. There’s no doubt that during your entrepreneurship journey your motivation will be put to the test. Whether it’s stress from family or staying
How to Bounce Back After Hitting Rock Bottom In Your Career, According to Walt Disney and Steve Jobs
Like most people, I relish the feel-good stories of successful people who overcame setbacks to make it to the top. But what about when you have a complete career breakdown? I mean a time when you hit bottom
If you’re planning to head away for a break, here’s what you need to know to get the best value. A report from the 10th annual Post Office City Costs Barometer in the UK has revealed the cheapest destinations
Suck, squeeze, bang, blow. These are the four strokes of the reciprocating, internal-combustion engine (ICE) that Nikolaus Otto patented in the 19th century. The action of the intake valves that allow
Do you ever lay in bed at night in a state of insomnia and look back over your choices in life and think, "I wish I did that differently?" Perhaps it's feeling like you should've made that transition a
The tech elite are abandoning Silicon Valley in droves because of 'groupthink' and out-of-control living costs— here's where
Silicon Valley is on the brink of an exodus. Members of the tech elite from Peter Thiel to Tim Ferriss are leaving San Francisco and the peninsula to the south — still the global hub of tech finance and
These inspirational books can change your life if you let them. Humans are adaptation machines. We are literally designed to adapt to our environment and the stresses that it places on us (both physical
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Entrepreneurs are typically highly motivated individuals. Driven and ambitious, they see the reward in taking less predictable approaches and embracing routines that stray from the standard 9 to 5 in of
If you're playing the "Who has the most impressive résumé?" game, Sheryl Sandberg is hard to beat. Facebook. Google. The U.S. Treasury Department. McKinsey & Company. The World Bank. Clearly, she knows
Your private inner dialogue can either be a powerful stepping stone or a major obstacle to reaching your goals. If you constantly make negative predictions like, "I'm going to mess up," or you call yourself
This series examines the stories behind some of the best inspiring quotes of all time. Check out the full list: the best inspirational quotes for 2018. The most powerful threat to greatness isn't evil.
Ever wonder why getting ahead can sometimes seem like such a struggle? The truth is: If you want to be highly successful, you need to be highly disciplined. I've polled countless executives and entrepreneurs
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
Bill Gates is at it again. He's indulging in one of his favorite habits: reading. Gates recently wrote a blog post titled, "5 amazing books I read this year." The post is in addition to regular book reviews
It's a sad truth in life that the vast majority of people give up on their dreams. Sometimes it happens early. A kid is told by his or her parents that whatever they're aiming for is impossible to reach.
Success is a funny thing to reverse engineer. There's is no single formula to follow to be successful. That said, I've made an observation about almost every successful person I know: their path to success
Muneeb Ahmad, a 24-year-old University of Michigan graduate with a computer science engineering degree, repaid $61,400 of student loans in full in 1.5 years. Here’s how. Zack Friedman: How did you pay