When someone in your life is asking the important “What should I do with my life?” question – have you ever told them “Just follow your passion”? If so, please stop doing that. Yes, completely, and forever.
As each month flies by and we ask ourselves, "What have I been doing with my life?," we're struck with a little panic. But the passing of time doesn't have to scare us if we check in with ourselves regularly.
While this is no easy feat, getting more done in less time is a much more attainable goal if you're not sabotaging yourself with bad habits. Below are 18 things you should stop doing right now to become
NPR's annual Book Concierge is back. And to mark the occasion, correspondent Lynn Neary joins Morning Edition's Rachel Martin to talk about the year in fiction — and to share a couple of her favorite from
How I Made It: Billionaire's right-hand man Chris Hollod on becoming a big fish in a big pond - Los Angeles Times
The gig: Chris Hollod, 33, is venture capital partner at billionaire Ron Burkle's private equity firm Yucaipa Cos. They've traveled together for the last five years, with Hollod as the frontman on evaluating
As a Brit living in the United States, the sheer backbreaking intensity of the American approach to finding happiness can sometimes feel alien. People in America spend more time, emotional energy, and
An etiquette update: Brevity is the highest virtue. I recently cut the amount of time I spent on email by almost half, and I think a lot of people could do the same. I’m sure my approach has made some
The tradeoff is that most passive income sources require an upfront investment of time or money to begin paying off. If you're looking to build wealth, if you're looking to save up a nest egg for retirement,
(CNN) — More than half of Americans find their job unsatisfactory, according to an annual survey released last month by the Conference Board research group. The nation has been hovering around the halfway
At school, at the gym, or at work, this mindset is essential for reaching your goals. There are two types of people in the world: those who dream and those who do. What sets them apart? What sets apart
Improving your relationships transforms your life. Relationships are everything in life. Whether you're a leader, friend, or partner, if you can't sustain and deepen relationships, then it's more difficult
We asked a psychologist about how playing the long game as someone who doesn't commit to romantic relationships can pay off. This article originally appeared on VICE UK For years, single people have been
My partner and I know that we're flawed. In fact, we welcome and openly discuss the fact all the time. This, we believe, makes us more open to improvement, allows us to grow together -- and of course plenty
Learn how to create an environment that cultivates success. Motivation is important. Most successful people have the drive necessary to continue their journey of self-growth. However, even the most achievement-oriented
Email is a powerful communication tool. Learn how to use it without damaging your relationships. Despite the rise of collaboration tools like Slack, email is still the tool of choice for communicating
Mayer left trading to pursue a master's in computer science, but she was still watching the markets and wanted to invest her own money. The problem was that the tools she had relied to make investment
Rich people appreciate the power of learning long after college is over. "The world class knows that college is just the beginning of lifelong learning," writes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold in book,
Too many productivity hacks can be a trap. Here's why. This is a post from Michael Simmons, co-founder of Empact. With Ian Chew Let's face it, we love productivity! As a culture, we have a seemingly unending
Are you working as effectively as your extremely successful peers? If not, there's something you can do about that. As we go through our daily-by-day lives without a pause or a moment to think about what
We spoke with wildly successful entrepreneurs and VCs like Mark Cuban and Peter Thiel and pored over years of interviews with star founders to find the books that every aspiring entrepreneur should read.
by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I will preface this post by saying you'll want to read this even if you are currently in a loving relationship, you're entering a new relationship,