When my wife returned to work after parental leave, I took my first trip to the grocery with two kids, not knowing I would return home feeling like a hero. On a Monday morning, I pushed the green cart
Donald Trump Jr. replied “love it” when told in an email chain in June 2016 that a Russian government lawyer was willing to share documents and other information that would “incriminate” Hillary Clinton
We often hear tips and tricks for helping us to “control” our emotions, but that’s the wrong idea: strong emotions aren’t bad, and they don’t need to be pushed down or controlled; they are, in fact, data.
Exactly six years ago, we did an internal survey in our company with the goal of finding out the preferred place to work for each individual when it came to doing an important job efficiently. The results
The internet is awash in advice on how to make the school year ahead better for students and parents. One teacher banned homework, to the delight of kids. An anonymous headmaster wrote a missive to parents,
When you're constantly multitasking and putting in long days--and who isn't?--the right apps can be a lifesaver. Once you hit on the combination that works for you, your personal and professional lives
Whether you're in the office or working from home, this can be the most productive week of the year--the phone's not ringing, your workload is lighter, and you can actually hear yourself think. But, because
Whether you're looking for a productivity app or a podcast to download, most of us ask our network for a recommendation. Why read a random website review when someone in your network has an opinion? Do
Emotional intelligence is more than a hot topic or trending hashtag. The term describes an extremely important concept: a person's ability to recognize his or her own and other people's emotions, to understand
On a chilly day, dig into the classic dish with a spoon. Chicken parm is one of those dishes that never makes me bored. But it's pretty annoying to make. Definitely too much work for a random weeknight,
When I speak to job seekers over 50 who’ve spent their careers in the business world, they often say they’d love to work at a nonprofit that would let them tap their skills and truly make a difference.
Hitting the road for a family vacation? If you want to spare your family the hassle of sibling fights, travel tantrums and several rounds of “Are we there yet?” then you need plenty of boredom busters
Research shows relationships are vital to happiness and networking is the key to getting jobs and building a fulfilling career. But what's the best way to build rapport and create trust? Plain and simple,
Sarah Wilson, author of the new book I Quit Sugar, explains what happened when she stopped eating the sweet stuff. I first quit sugar back in January 2011 because of my autoimmune (AI) disease. I have
It’s no surprise that most Americans believe in God, according to science writer and skeptic Michael Shermer. In his book “The Believing Brain,” he explains how belief was beneficial to human evolution.