(CNN) — Whether you love vegetables or not, there's one thing you know for sure: Veggies are really good for you. And you can make them even more nutritious if you prepare them in ways that maximize their
Want to lose weight while still gaining speed? Don't diet, just pedal—these four workouts will help you get there. Coffee-Fueled Why it works: Before breakfast, your energy stores are only about a quarter
Get stronger now in the off-season with strength exercises While winter weather can wreak havoc on your riding routine, the colder months are a great opportunity to build a foundation for spring. Off-season
You're going to want to add these muscle-mending essentials to your routine As cyclists, we know all about pushing our bodies to the limit (and sometimes beyond). What we sometimes forget: Helping our
Get the right kind of sleep to wake refreshed tomorrow Sleep helps you build muscle, recover from training, and even maintain a healthy weight, but most of us don’t get enough of it. While people generally
Stuck in a creative rut? We've all been there. Sometimes the moment you need to tap into your creativity is the second it shuts down. Before banging your head against the wall, try one (or all) of these
The fluid in your veins carries everything you need to ride strong and feel great. Here's how to fill it with the right stuff. As a mountain bike racer, I’m pretty familiar with the sight of my blood.
A lot of first impressions come from things we can't control at all — our natural scent, how "baby-like" our faces are, and whether or not we need to wear glasses or are bald. For instance, men who have
If you’re a manager in a knowledge-driven industry, chances are you’re an expert in the area you manage. Try to imagine a leader without this expertise doing your job. You’ll probably conclude it couldn’t
These huge, juicy cuts of meat for the grill all serve a crowd, have really good rubs, and happen to be idiot-proof. Want to make an impression? Do like Chad Colby at L.A.’s Chi Spacca and grill up huge,
A recent thread on Quora discussed some of the best destinations in Europe that remain unknown. The answers hit on a number of hidden gems, which we included in this list, along with some others that from
East of Moscow lies the land of small historical towns, ancient onion-domed churches, gingerbread cottages and largely unspoilt countryside, all in sharp contrast with the imperial megalomania of Moscow
Learn how to make chocolate cake, the easy, intermediate, and advance ways. Welcome to Baking 1-2-3, by associate food editor Claire Saffitz. Each month, she’ll guide you through a three-step baking process.
Most of us begin a new position with energy and a desire to impress. Our effort is high. Our passion is infectious. Our enthusiasm helps us to excel quickly. But for some, work becomes mundane and repetitive.
"I wish I could take some of the pressure off people when it comes to making first impressions, but the reality is that they are really important, mostly because they are so difficult to change and because
It’s Friday afternoon and one of your employees asks for a private meeting. Before you even close the door, she tells you she’s found another job and is leaving the company. Once you get over the shock,
The night before a conference where I was scheduled to speak, I found myself in a crowded bar just south of Greenwich Village. The organizers had arranged a VIP reception, and — having just moved to New
Now what? Your ability to do anything really interesting with that data is partly limited by the power of the computer in front of you, which is fine at a small scale. But when you consider the fact that
It’s performance review season, and you know the drill. Drag each of your direct reports into a conference room for a one-on-one, hand them an official-looking document, and then start in with the same,
“Creativity is seeing what everyone else has seen, and thinking what no one else has thought.” – Albert Einstein Creativity is one of the most intrinsically rewarding endeavors we engage in. Creativity
At Deloitte we’re redesigning our performance management system. This may not surprise you. Like many other companies, we realize that our current process for evaluating the work of our people—and then
Joan, a senior executive I coached once, had many excellent leadership qualities. She was creative, hardworking, and extremely knowledgeable about her industry. But most people working with or for her
Some people seem to have an amazing ability to stay rational no matter what. They efficiently make good, clear decisions while the rest of us waste energy doing things like panicking about upcoming tasks,
The only problem is you've never met any of these people before, and you're terrified of making an awkward first impression. First of all, lighten up, says master networker Jon Levy, and take comfort knowing