Recent research shows that girls start getting the message that they're less than equal when they're children. So kudos to actress and mom Kristen Bell for calling out one of the most insidious sources
Once school's back in session, packing your kids' lunch can seem fun for, oh, about the first three days. After that, it's easy to fall into the rut of packing the same foods week after week. Who even
In the digital age, business growth tactics are constantly evolving. But when algorithms, platforms and effective initiatives change rapidly, how can you know what to focus on in order to formulate a strategy?
‘Alexa, tell me a bedtime story’ Amazon’s chat-style fiction app, Amazon Rapids, is now free, giving parents and kids unlimited access to the hundreds of stories in its catalog. Previously, the company
By 2027, half the U.S. population will be freelance. If cities focus on that, attracting independent workers and startups suddenly seems a lot more important than, say, courting Amazon. Last year, 238
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, a list famous for its historic exclusion of top female chefs; for its bias toward expensive, European-leaning tasting menu venues; and for not requiring judges to pay their
Many people think of happiness as a matter of luck and temperament. If you have the good fortune to be born with a cheerful personality and life hands you a bunch of good breaks, then you'll be happy.
If you have skills that others need, consider the apps Clarity, Moonlighting and Upwork. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you're a seasoned entrepreneur, you're likely
You don't have to be a new venture advisor like me to hear all the excuses for not starting your own business. I'm sure all of you have friends who are not happy in their employee roles, and are not shy
Earlier this week, two major Apple investors published a letter pressuring the tech giant to take a more active role in combating the harmful effects of iPhones on children. The letter cited a growing
With the dawn of every New Year, pledges are made by hopefuls everywhere to do or change something big in their life and business. Most of these commitments are shelved or forgotten altogether soon after
The most successful people typically work hard, practice the right habits every day, and often are readers who strive for self-improvement. If reading is something you're willing to do to sharpen yourself,