It's October. Which means 2017 has officially flown by. (Remember all those things you swore you were going to do back in January? Have you done any of them?) One of the things I prioritize doing Q4 of
Ever encountered something so vast, so beautiful, so intense, that your mind struggled to comprehend it? There's a word for that, and multiple studies have concluded that it's very good for your health.
Top financial adviser: 'If all you do in life is work really hard, you're never going to get wealthy'
But, "that's only half the story," says Ric Edelman, founder and executive chairman of Edelman Financial Services, one of the nation's leading financial advising firms, and author of the new book "The
Is it possible to train your brain to cope with an ever more fast-paced world? In some cases, more tech might save us from tech overload. It’s no secret that technology advancements have affected our With
The philosopher Jean Baudrillard posited in the 1970s that modernity ended when we became obsessed with life simulations, like television. He called the new period “postmodernity,” a time of the hyper-real—when
Over the past 10 years, Tim Ferriss has interviewed hundreds of professionals at the tops of their fields. He's learned their best practices, tried them himself, and then passed on his favorites to his
Habits don't have to take lots of time or be complicated. It's entirely possible to make changes in 30 seconds. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. All of us want to get ahead
You brew a pot of coffee, break out your calendar, and dive into your most important task. And then it happens. The phone rings, or a co-worker stops by to say "hey." Maybe your boss swings by to ask those
How you approach life says a lot about who you are. There are some who are content to passively coast through, hoping they land where they need to be and know what to do when the time comes. Then there
Few things knock your emotional world off its axis like a breakup. When my first long-term relationship ended, I woke up for several days in a row not quite remembering that my ex and I had split. This
When it comes to "achieving success," the hardest thing for people to wrap their heads around tends to be the idea that small wins add up to big victories. It's a whole lot easier to imagine the end goal,
Hiring decisions are seldom simple or concrete. They have to do with subtle things like judgment and perspective. Sometimes job-seekers ask “Can you please give me some feedback on my interview? I didn’t
Brain-improving games have mostly been debunked. But there's still one that may be worth a try. Can playing an online game make your brain work better? Earlier this year, the maker of the Lumosity app,
Concentration, focus, and memory all get a boost from consuming this one antioxidant. That mid-morning crash you get after having a cup of coffee and a muffin for breakfast might be acceptable if you at
We've all heard the John Maxwell saying "leadership is influence." Easier said than done, right? The real challenge is figuring out how to do it! Well, here's a clue: Get others to respond emphatically
In today's world, brain is worth more than brawn, and even ancient tricks can help. We live in a digital age surrounded by smart devices and connectivity, where everyone is trying to get smarter, faster.
How much are you getting out of your brain? We live in a world of distraction, but science says we do our best work when we're focusing on one thing at a time. And although the idea that we only use 10%
In fact, many great thinkers embraced the idea of constantly questioning things. As Albert Einstein reportedly said, "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not
By Jonathan Aberman People starting a business or looking for a job are often told to “network.” They dutifully follow that advice, attending countless networking events and drinking many coffees — and
Genes contain information that determine everything from appearance to intelligence. A person inherits genes from their parents, and how parents live affects their children's genes. It’s a mistaken assumption
There was not a single suspension last year! Pinterest My daughter got a detention in middle school last year for taking too much time ambling back from the bathroom in the middle of class. As a result,
You know the old saying, "It takes money to make money." Well, the same can be said of time. Sure, you'll spend somewhere between five and 20 minutes not working while you watch the TED talks below, but
Growing up in an Italian-American household meant you had to watch The Godfather Parts I and II every time they came on television. My father, John Gambardella, couldn't wait for Marlin Brando, a.k.a.
A 2015 study into what makes a song “feel-good” has re-emerged in recent days thanks to the vagaries of social media. Dr Jacob Jolij, a cognitive neuroscientist the University of Groningen in Holland,