Following a healthy diet and finding the proper workout are two ways to crush your fitness goals. But sometimes it seems like we just can't shed some of those pesky pounds. Despite our best intentions,
For years we’ve been fed the line that a diet of red meat, supplements and protein shakes can have real health benefits. If only it were that simple For the past two decades, the benefits of high-protein
Losing weight requires a diligent effort of eating right, exercising, getting plenty of sleep, and managing stress. And while these main tenets of weight loss may seem overwhelming for those just starting
Ever wondered what makes some people highly successful in life while others struggle with basic things? The answer lies in developing habits which yield highly successful results. These habits can be by
• Criticizing your partner’s character (“You’re so stupid” vs “That thing you did was stupid”) • Defensiveness (or basically, blame shifting, “I wouldn’t have done that if you weren’t late all the time”)
You probably don't need me to tell you that life is inherently hard. It's hard to forge real, deep, lasting relationships with others. It's hard to find work that gives your life meaning and that you're
People come to me as a life coach for a multitude of reasons. They hate their job. They feel stuck in a bad relationship. They are crippled by fear and social comparison. They know that they are not living
Wait, what? It's been less than a week since we shared with you the grim news that sitting as much as you do will one day transform you into a helpless, miserable, immobile old person who can barely walk.
Whether you turn pages, tap a tablet, or listen to audio, a good book can be a perfect relaxation aid, tutor, or source of inspiration. Here are quotes from more than two dozen executives who name their
Ninety days, 90 ways to be more productive in 2017. While some will only take a few minutes, they will still make a major impact on your productivity. Others might take a little longer, especially if a
It’s hard to say who dreads critical feedback more: the manager giving it or the person receiving it. As the receiver, it can be uncomfortable and stressful to hear that you’re not performing well. And
Consider this figure: $136 billion per year. That’s the research firm IDC’s estimate of the size of the big data market, worldwide, in 2016. This figure should surprise no one with an interest in big But
Many business leaders are fond of the spurious Peter Drucker quote that “you can’t manage what you can’t measure.” This attractive, apocryphal quote breaks down upon inspection. While effective metrics
cio.com - Rob Enderle is president and principal analyst of the Enderle Group. Previously, he was the Senior Research Fellow for Forrester Research and the Giga Information Group. Prior to that he worked for IBM and held positions in Internal Audit, Competitive Analysis, Marketing, Finance and Security. Currently, Enderle writes on emerging technology, security and Linux for a variety of publications and appears on national news TV shows that include CNBC, FOX, Bloomberg and NPR.