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98 lifestyle and work resources for digital nomads

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8 Things Ridiculously Successful People Do Before 8 AM

Starbucks continues to grow relentlessly, with CEO Howard Schultz just announcing plans to open 500 new stores a year over the next five years. Much of this growth will happen in China, where Schulz is undeterred by the recent economic slowdown.<p>While many factors contribute to Starbucks' immunity …

10 books that will change the way you think about the future

1/<p>"The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History" by Elizabeth Kolbert<p>Amazon<p>Combining science and history, Kolbert highlights humans' impact on the …

15 National Parks That Should Be On Your Bucket List

America the beautiful.

Rumination: A Problem in Anxiety and Depression

Rumination is one of the similarities between anxiety and depression. Ruminating is simply repetitively going over a thought or a problem without …

The Brain

7 Surprising Questions Great Leaders Ask

4 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Great leaders ask great questions -- have you ever wondered why? Do great leaders intentionally develop the art of asking great questions because they know it’s an essential leadership skill or do people who learn to ask great …

Leadership

12 Tiny Changes You Can Make Today to Start Streamlining Your Life

Hack that to-do list and remember to breathe.<p>Do your stress levels directly correlate to the length of your to-do list? When you have an overflowing inbox and a plethora of professional and personal responsibilities, it can be difficult to accomplish every task. But guess what: There are tons of …

This Solar Hub Provides Clean Water, Electricity, And Internet In One

A remote village in Ghana is now being served life-changing infrastructure in a box.<p>While American cities try to figure out how to deal with lead pipes and an aging power grid, a remote village in Ghana has skipped traditional infrastructure completely. The Watly–a sleek, spaceship-like hub that …

Short on bed space or just need some extra flexibility? These unexpected veggies, fruits, herbs, and ornamentals thrive in pots and barrels -- in your yard, on your balcony, and beyond. Some plants even flower better when they are (believe it or not!) root-bound.

Certain Fig Hybrids<p>Some species of fruiting fig trees flourish in pots. When placed on a sunny windowsill or outside in warm weather, miniatures like …

Gardening

13 online courses that could help you get rich

The wealthiest, most successful people appreciate the power of learning long after college or any formal education is over.<p>Today, it's easier than ever to continue your education with the chance to take online courses from some of the best universities in the world.<p>We've picked out some of the best …

Small Space Gardening: A Kit to Grow Windowsill Herbs

Inspired by their life in a tiny apartment, Chicago-based designers Nick Behr and Sarah Burrows devised a space-saving way to grow herbs—without a …

The Brain Games Great Leaders Play

5 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We know that the human brain is hard-wired to a "fight or flight" response when a person believes danger lies ahead. Yet, when it comes to leaders, I often observe a third response -- "freeze" -- which frankly is worse than the …

Self-improvement

3 Mental Training Tips for Getting Better at Dealing with Pain

Pain. Suffering. Misery.<p>As an endurance athlete, you’re going to encounter pain. You’re also expected to be able to tolerate and manage that pain. …

Self-help

Sanity, madness and responsibility

It was cold and snowing the morning that 46-year-old Richard Kachkar, in bare feet and coatless, jumped into an idling truck with a snowplow attached and rampaged down a city street toward a police officer, Sergeant Ryan Russell. He did not swerve or slow down; he killed him. When paramedics came, …

Crime

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The Architect Is In: Beyond Prefab in a Sonoma Weekend Retreat

This week, San Francisco-based architect Neal Schwartz tells us about the 1,900-square-foot house he developed in Sonoma as a prototype he could then …