It doesn't matter whether you're a college student or a mid-level professional — making a career change can be intimidating. Sure, sending out cover letters and going on job interviews is panic-inducing.
In a country that eats dessert for breakfast, sustained weight loss can feel like an uphill battle. Aside from avoiding obvious minefields like stacks of syrup-drenched pancakes and huge muffins, there
You've just recklessly jumped ship -- left the security of your job or refused the investor who isn't offering exactly what you want. You find yourself gripped by a cold, raw fear. What are you actually
Once you get an interview, the chance you'll be assessed properly is remote. You can improve your odds 5-10X by asking "forced-choice turn-around" questions. For example, if the manager is asking a random
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The Mission E gets a bit taller with the Cross Turismo Porsche continues to target Tesla. After taking a swipe at the Model S, X and 3 maker last week, the German automaker just surprised us in Geneva
I spend a lot of time asking employees about how leaders can be more effective communicators. Just yesterday, in fact, I moderated a focus group with employees at a fast-growing consumer products company.
Bowery Farming in Kearny, New Jersey can grow 365 days a year. Bowery CEO and founder Irving Fain: We grow indoors in big warehouse-scale farms that grow in a totally controlled environment, and we do
Google’s new ‘Machine Learning Crash Course’ is now available and it’s free for everyone. If robots are coming for your job this class will prepare you for your next one. This same course has been taken
And not one of them involves getting undressed in front of strangers. We all know that great fitness takes hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. That's why we hate it. No one innately wakes up at 5 a.m.
The traditional 9-5 workday is poorly structured for high productivity. Perhaps when most work was physical labor it made sense, but not in the knowledge-working world we now live in. Although this may
Often times, we label "leaders" as "the ones that know all the answers." They know their way through the dark. They can steer the ship through the storm and ensure it finds dry land. But what we don't
It's 3 p.m. on a Tuesday and you'd do anything for a donut... with chocolate filling... and those rainbow sprinkles on top. Are you hungry? Bored? You may just have a case of the "sleep munchies." According
Face it. We don't always take care of ourselves as well as we should. It's hard, because life gets in the way--doubly so if we have a busy and productive work life. And when faced with the choice between
And there's research that supports this theory: A paper published by Margaret Schneider, a researcher at the University of California, Irvine, found a link between physical activity and two specific personality
New Study Finds That One-Minute Interval Training Might Be As Effective As A Lengthy 45-Minute Workout
The next be workout fad may just be the shortest workout ever: one-minute interval training. If what a new study suggests is correct, it's nearly as effective as working out hardcore for 45-minutes. Now,
I hear all the time that real change in education can only come from the adults that have a specific title such as Board of Education member, superintendent, other central office administrators, principals,
I spent a good part of last year interviewing the most successful people I know. These were ordinary people who've achieved extraordinary success. I eventually turned those interviews into a book. What
Social psychologist, Harvard Professor, author and public speaker Amy Cuddy delivered a phenomenally popular TED Talk in 2012, sharing how clear, nonverbal techniques can liberate an individual from anxiety
According to Harvard Business Review, “amazing bosses try to make work meaningful and enjoyable for employees. They’re most successful when they adhere to a few best practices.” I agree with these best
The unexpected isn’t really unexpected. People who meet their deadlines know how to keep moving forward. Life was going well for Chris Bailey. A longtime student of productivity techniques, he’d launched