Utilities The utilities I use on my Mac fall into a couple of categories. First, there are those apps that are so core to my use of macOS that they may as well be part of the operating system themselves.
Harold Ramis, the actor-writer-director who died last Monday, was greatly beloved. The extraordinarily voluminous outpouring of attention and affection—which extended all the way up to the "Caddyshack"
Many people don't realize that negotiation isn't just about what you say. Turns out there's a lot of valuable information hidden in people's gestures and facial expressions. Experts tell us that people's
The nature of being an entrepreneur means that you fully embrace ambiguity and are comfortable with being challenged regularly. Especially when having to go out for startup fundraising. Choosing this path
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By Luke Kerr-Dineen The anatomy of working the ball from left-to-right (fades) or right-to-left (draws) may seem complex at first, but strip it down and the formulas are actually pretty simple. Trackman
Inspiring greatness is all about leading by example. The best leaders have these habits in common. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This article is included in Entrepreneur
The Tony Awards for Broadway Theater are Sunday night, showcasing artists across America. As much as people spend money for movies, television, theater and music, why do business experts continue to ignore
This is the first in a three-part series about the intersection of education and the arts. Over the years, there have been a lot of claims about the benefits of the arts on the mind: Listening to Mozart
In September 2011, President Obama signed the America Invents Act (AIA) into law. Under one of the most important provisions of the AIA, the longstanding first-to-invent patent system will be replaced