As you reach life’s milestones, the same goals you set in your 20s won’t apply in your 50s. How will your arcs change–and how can you adapt? When we’re younger, we probably think that we’ll make more when
I don't believe in leadership styles. We certainly hear plenty from all sorts of business gurus that this style or that is ideal. I would argue, however, that talking about styles has little value because
Here's a quick breakdown of these three major types of speed workouts. Hi Jenny, I just read your article, 'What Should I Do During the Off Season?'. Very helpful, thanks! Could you briefly explain to
No one intends to be a bad boss. Some just don't know any better. Here are 10 tips that will help any boss improve. Some get to be boss by luck and others earn their way into the driver's seat. Unfortunately,
I absolutely hate it when I see smart people do dumb things! Unfortunately, this happens all the time in business. For example, you see smart marketers who never leave enough time for a proper launch.
When you have a big, blank wall to fill, your first thought may be a gallery wall. There's nothing wrong with that, but sometimes it's nice to break up all of that flat framed artwork with something different.
Superfans of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner finally have something new to obsess over: a limited-edition zine featuring stunning artwork inspired by the film. Lurking in dystopian corners of the Internet
I always bite my tongue when I meet little girls, restraining myself from telling them how darn cute and well-coiffed they are. What's wrong with that? It's our culture's standard talking-to-little-girls
When is the best time to tweet on Twitter, post on Facebook, and email newsletters to reach the most people? Let’s find out. We’re pretty keen on optimal timing for social media here at Buffer, and I it
Basecamp (iOS and web) If you’re in need of the ultimate do-it-from-anywhere collaboration tool, you’ve found it. Basecamp provides one organized space for teams to work in tandem–create collaborative
On race day, don't go out too fast—or too slow. The beginning of a distance event is something to behold. Some runners—fresh from their taper and full of adrenaline—charge off at a pace that borders on
"Float" workouts build strength for midrace attacks. Back in 2008, Galen Rupp set a record that doesn't show up on his USA Track & Field bio. He ran a workout alternating 200 meters in 30 seconds with
Measure your training progress for any distance race. Every runner needs a "go-to" workout—an interval session, a goal-pace run, or other key workout to complete more than once during a training cycle.
Time-tested, universally accepted axioms of the sport. In most cases, these rules started out as a lightbulb over one runner’s head. After a while, that runner told a few running buddies (probably during