A conversation with Gregory Heisler, on his instantly iconic Sports Illustrated cover of the Boston Marathon finish line. "People have said I'm crazy a fair bit," chuckles legendary photographer, Gregory
You'll gasp, you'll sob, you'll shriek with wonderThe Associated Press has reported that Gabriel Garcia Marquez, novelist, journalist, and Nobel laureate, has died. He was 87. In honor of his death, this
Remembering the master of the opening line and the creator of magical realism. The greatest writer of my lifetime died just now. Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Nobel Prize winner, inventor of magical realism,
The one man I wish I could have interviewed died yesterday. But his wisdom, collected here, will live on. People often ask me: Who have you never been able to interview for the What I've Learned column
Charlie Pierce's landmark 2014 profile, reprinted in full. Sir Thomas More: Why not be a teacher? You'd be a fine teacher. Perhaps, a great one. Rich: And if I was who would know it? More: You, your pupils,
Sherpas are making a stand in the wake of a devastating avalanche. It began with a simple request. The Sherpas asked for 96 hours off, so they could search for the bodies of more than a dozen of their
In 8 easy steps... No one knows the insult game better than Billy Eichner. On his Fuse show Billy On The Street, he hands out hilarious, occasionally crazed slights on a weekly basis. Recently, in one
Plus: the best Shakespeare movie ever made Today is Shakespeare's 450th birthday, and lets face it, it's weird that we're still talking about him. The man wrote verse drama, as dead a genre as there is.
Not "No, thanks." Not "nope." Just "No." Clear, unambiguous, empowering "No." But not in a mean way. I had a high school English teacher named Mr. Turk, who insisted that the best sentences in the world
One of the most common reasons entrepreneurs don’t get out and meet other people is they claim they don’t have time. They say they can’t fit in all the extra networking events, workshops and seminars are
Over the last several days, the Social Venture Network (SVN), a national association of social entrepreneurs held its spring conference in San Diego and I had the opportunity to attend. The membership
We oftentimes lose momentum in our careers without any real explanation. Perhaps we are given feedback from our colleagues and supervisors, but many times the details that lie beneath the truth are missing.
Writing a great resume is hard. To condense your background and accomplishments into 1-2 pages and have it stand out amongst hundreds of resumes is painful but necessary. Crafting a top-notch resume requires
One of the questions I’m often asked by job seekers who want to change careers is how to figure out if their skills are transferable to other industries. Here are four ways you can do this: 1) Analyze
It’s no secret that the best way to prepare for an interview is to practice answering questions aloud. Problem is, aside from a handful of illegal interview questions, the hiring manager can pretty much
The first office I ever worked in was in a windowless basement with about a dozen people crammed into enough space for six. The most exciting facility was a kettle which was also a health and safety hazard.
(This article is adapted from the new book, How to Stand Apart @ Work by Judith Bowman.) Most of us know how to behave in a way that is considered fine but very few know how to truly be fabulous. Employers,