A Nobel Prize Winning Economist Just Shared His Framework for Making Smart Decisions, and It's Absolutely Brilliant
When we talk about great leaders, we often talk about decisiveness. Great leaders don't overthink, we say. They don't succumb to "analysis paralysis." And that makes sense for most decisions, both in and
Nutritionists used to think nuts should be avoided, but now they’re a prescribed part of a well-rounded diet. Nuts are full of fat—it’s what makes peanut butter tastes so good. Heck, it’s why you can turn
If you have Millennials on your payroll, expect 43 percent of them to leave within 24 months. Think you'll replace them with Gen Zers? Be aware that 61 percent of them are likely to head out the door the
Sean McVay makes the NFL worse just by being himself. The Los Angeles Rams head coach is too damn good in preparing his team for its scintillating performances, and he's wrecking everyone's expectations
In November of 2018, Harvard University asked 456 employees in 20 regional office locations of an architectural firm how well they like their own open-plan offices. The researchers' reasoning was that
Every once in a great while, the Harvard Business Review publishes an article that has the potential to redefine how we think about business fundamentals, like entrepreneurism and innovation. The recently
Before she "became" J.K. Rowling, Joanne Rowling was an unemployed single mother. She applied for welfare benefits to help take care of her 1-year-old daughter. She was clinically depressed and occasionally
Every brand needs a well-designed, memorable logo, and sometimes it takes more than one attempt to create one. A strong rebrand can breathe new life into a company's public image--but when it doesn't it
We think we want to be happy. Yet many of us are actually working toward some other end, according to cognitive psychologist Daniel Kahneman, winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in economics. Kahneman contends
Jerry Seinfeld is one of the most successful standup comedians of all time. Seinfeld parlayed his ability to find hilarity in the seemingly mundane and trivial occurrences of everyday life into a wildly
Sometimes a person, creature, or thing really resonates with you. That sense of “vibing” may be more than a figure of speech, it turns out. In a Dec. 5 post in Scientific American entitled “The Hippies
"I want to start a side-hustle!" I've heard this statement from countless friends. When I encourage them to start something they tell me they need to have thousands of dollars saved up or a great idea.
Good lighting, attention to ambient noise levels and the installation of plants are all very well. Of course, they can't compete with pay policies. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are own.
Blogs. REITs. Royalties: What other good ideas do you have to flush out your coffers? Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Earning income as an employee isn't the only way to
For most people with big goals and dreams, success comes from developing good daily habits. As philosopher Will Durant once stated, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but habit."