Most of us only have one phone number, and we probably don’t want to share that one number with everyone. A disposable second number is awfully useful for one-time Craigslist conversations, or the early
by being the first to ask a provocative question, strangers are usually only too happy to follow suit. Helpfully, the Harvard Business Review has now published 8 great questions to ask at any kind of event.
When most big swimwear companies consider having a conversation with their audience, they tend not to push many boundaries. For example, it astonishes me that some fashion organizations still do not have
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Says This 1 Thing Unlocks Employee Greatness. (It's Why Microsoft Is Winning Again)
Satya Nadella boils down Microsoft's success into one powerful, unexpected driver. CEOs have an overwhelming amount to worry about and focus on, especially incredibly complex tech companies like Microsoft.
You're carrying the single best tool to improve your presentation skills, and you might not even know it. It's your smartphone. Since more than 70 percent of the population in the U.S. carries one, it's
What are some sentence and grammar hacks that can make people more effective writers? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better
It has been proven that our brain's capacity for generation increases exponentially when our pre-frontal cortex is relaxed. The latest cranial imaging backs this up, supporting the validity of "Eureka"
Proactive behaviour will eventually earn you the results you’re after The dilemma I’m 40 and a full-time working mother of two teenagers. I have zero friends and few acquaintances. Spending time with husband
Accepting some truths is necessary before accelerating to a better you. With so many investments required of us to succeed--time, resources, talents, responsibilities, even finances for our retirement--
Neuroscience Says You'll Be Happier, Less Stressed, and More Productive When You Stop Doing This 1 Thing
You can improve your mood and your outlook -- and train your brain to think this way -- by refusing to do one thing most people can't resist. Practice doesn't make perfect. Neither does perfect practice