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Learning is the most important job a CEO has, yet we're never taught how to learn. Jonathan Levi has dedicated his life to studying how humans learn. He's an Inc. 5000 serial entrepreneur and the founder
Warren Buffett Says Anyone Can Achieve Success if They Follow 1 Simple Rule He Calls 'The Buffett Formula'
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Katy Milkman played tennis at Princeton, and when she finished college, she went to the gym every day. But when she started grad school, her fitness routine went south. "At the end of a long day of classes,
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Yesterday, the Case Foundation released the final report of its 10-year body of research analyzing how US millennials interact with causes and social issues. More than 150,000 millennials were studied
Top jobs in Britain are still dominated by an elite, which is why it is perverse for Labour to abandon its long-standing objective I’m often asked what social mobility is in simple terms. For me, it’s
Starting your first business is exciting and stressful, regardless of what niche you choose to enter. You have to think about your marketing strategy, product lines, customer retention, website design
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Jürgen Klopp was in his third week as Liverpool’s manager, in November 2015, when the team’s director of research, Ian Graham, arrived at his office carrying computer printouts. Graham wanted to show whom