When's the last time you listened to an album from beginning to end? Yeah, right. But of course, you read books from cover to cover. I mean, who in their right mind wouldn't? Turns out, lots of folks.
To make a good decision, you need to have a sense of two things: how different choices change the likelihood of different outcomes and how desirable each of those outcomes is. In other words, as Ajay Joshua
The best businesses always start as a passion project. Let's say you really love to hike. And you love talking to fellow hikers, talking about your favorite trails, gear you like, places around the world
I am not your average writer. My degree is in creative writing, but my background (and most formative mentorship) took place in advertising. Between the ages of 22 and 26, I spent all day, every day, in
Flying offers the opportunity to disconnect from the internet — unless you pay for it — and turn your mind off from the constant barrage of phone notifications. Why not spend that time getting smarter
A good book is like food for the soul. When you want to curl up by the fire with a truly great one, look no further than this list furnished by members of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. If got
If money is your only holdup for realizing your dream, do some research -- you might find more opportunities than you'd expect. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I've found
Lifelong learning is the "ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated" pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. The pursuit of knowledge is easier than it has ever been before. Cultivating
Recently over lunch, a friend asked me which book was my favorite all time? I told him that a book which I loved was The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay. He pushed and asked me for my top five books on
Sure you can't read the 50 books a year Bill Gates does. But you have no excuse for not reading at least these seven. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Entrepreneurs may be
We've gone through our existing "best-of" lists and others to determine which business histories and management and investing guides have been most critically acclaimed. We stayed away from academic books
Finding new ways to look at the same problems is what often sets great entrepreneurs apart; Tim Ferriss is a perfect example. But how do you develop the ability to see--and act on--what other people don't?
After years of struggling to build wealth, I realized the key to having more money was just a new way of approaching it
• This plan leaves only a little disposable income, requiring a reconfiguring of other expenditures. • But, over time it helps pay down debt — and since savings are prioritized, increased retirement and
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Rational optimists are much more in touch with reality than chronic pessimists. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The end of a relationship or the failure of your business
How to teach an old dog new tricks. We tend to convince ourselves we're really bad at learning new things. We think our tired, old brains can't possibly absorb all the new information required to master
Why go to the gym tonight? After all, you haven't gone in a week. Why take out the garbage when your whole apartment is a mess? Good points. But it's time to break the cycle. We browsed two Reddit threads
On May 29th hundreds of thousands will gather in attendance and millions across the globe will watch the 100th running of the Indy 500, the world's greatest spectacle in racing. I, for one, am excited.