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The "annual" performance review system is broken. And fixing the system won't be easy. But start with more frequent, less critical feedback. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.
After writing about money for half a decade, here's the spreadsheet I built to keep track of my spending
A lot. I don't pretend to be a financial expert or hold any kind of certification, but between writing, editing, and reading hundreds (thousands?) of stories about money, I've picked a few things up. among
In 2016, JP Livingston celebrated her 28th birthday. She also retired. Last month, I spoke with her about how she was able to retire, despite the fact that she only graduated from college about seven ago.
All of our efforts to be more productive backfire – and only make us feel even busier and more stressed The eternal human struggle to live meaningfully in the face of inevitable death entered its newest
Too much Facebook browsing at Christmas - and seeing all those "perfect" families and holiday photos - is more likely to make you miserable than festive, research suggests. A University of Copenhagen suggests
Russ Laraway is a tech veteran who’s worked for Google and Twitter. Here’s the conversation he says not enough managers are having. The fog of war envelops every battlefield. When the plan breaks down
You might wonder how successful people structure their mornings. Is there something so special and unique that people like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg do that sets them up for success? And, if so, other
Want to Raise Successful Kids? Science Says Praise Them Like This (but Most Parents Do the Opposite)
What if I were to tell you that you could increase the odds that your kids will achieve great success in life--maybe greater success than you've had--simply by making a small change in how you praise and
A new book hopes to settle a centuries old debate regarding the historical validity of the bible. Experts seemingly constantly debate the accuracy of the bible, with some arguing that Jesus of Nazareth
Eating certain foods can be hazardous to your weight and cholesterol, but surprisingly, household cookware can endanger your health, too. A meal can only be as good for you as the pot or pan it's cooked
A recent Gallup poll shows something many of us already suspected: people are not terribly enthusiastic about their work. In a measure of employee engagement--that is, involvement, enthusiasm, and commitment--51
These images are so amazing they almost look fake. You've tried snapping artsy pictures on your iPhone, but even your best Instagrams fall short compared to these world-class shots. Out of 50,000 submissions