London-based artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz blends modern interpretations of the classic pin-up girl with high-speed liquid photography. Founder of AurumLight Studio, Wieczorkiewicz produced this playful
You need to respect the alarm. But don’t just take it from us–consider recent research. Here are five ways to get out of bed the right way. Every morning, millions of people fight a battle–with themselves.
Because the man travels a lot. The globetrotting chef, author, and TV host estimates that he's been away from home "about 250 days a year, for nearly the past decade," which makes him, among other things,
To speed up innovation, scientists are sequencing 'the materials genome' New materials lead to new innovations. Gorilla Glass is a big selling point for smartphones. Kevlar saves lives and has worked way
Productive people have empty schedules. That requires a lot of “no.” As Warren Buffett and Bill Gates have told us, you need to say no to most everything if you’re going to get your best work done. Some
We wish there was a handbook for success, but there isn’t. Here’s the next best thing: a list of ways you can realize your dreams–and be a more productive person in the process. Wouldn’t it be great if
Because if you make enough money, people call you “eccentric” instead of “crazy.” Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list. Yes, we all to
At the intersection of psychology and productivity lies a simple truth: To do something well, you must embrace quantity. When you’re learning a new skill–whether developing dance moves or websites–quantity
“Proper email is a balance between politeness and succinctness,” entrepreneur-investor-author Guy Kawasaki tells Entrepreneur.com. “Less than five sentences is often abrupt and rude, more than five sentences
Forget Gordon Gekko. Old-style City traders are being replaced by maths geniuses who use super-computers to beat the markets. But are 'quants’ a force for good or evil? At seven minutes past one on the
I reported earlier this month that the Financial Times published a pair of important articles asking why the goal of a firm is to maximize short-term shareholder value is still being taught in business
Nutrition experts contend that all we need is what's typically found in a routine diet. Industry representatives, backed by a fascinating history, argue that foods don't contain enough, and we need supplements.
When you’re making a tough decision, be sure to sketch out its component parts–it will help you to actually see your mistakes later on. When Legg Mason chief investment strategist Michael J. Mauboussin
tl;dr? No prob! Just scroll to the bottom. All of a sudden I couldn’t bring myself to type anymore. It had been creeping up on me for years. I was taking a break in the middle of an editing marathon but
Most days are abuzz with activity. Which is why you need to begin them with calm. “Just as noise is meaningless without quiet,” Fabrica CEO Dan Hill once observed, “connectivity becomes meaningless when
Remember phone calls? You should, because they are often the best way to get your ideas across. Here’s how to give good phoners. We can’t hide behind email. Why? Real business relationships are formed
They often don't manage people, but instead coach them to do their best work. Every company is different, but there are some common threads among the best tech leads that I've worked with. Hat tips to
In which we search social media's most visual platform for the world's most beautiful women. Ford model Emily Ratajkowski is undeniably charming and beautiful. So why wouldn't she be perfect for Instagram?
Whether you’re being interviewed to be an intern or a CEO, you’re going to run into a few notoriously tricky questions–here’s a road map of what you’ll be asked, and how to craft impressive answers to
My best friend has a saying: "What's life without a little risk?" This is usually applied to a select few scenarios, most often involving the possibility of death and/or a very good story. But when it
This originally appeared on LinkedIn. You can follow Adam Grant here. Two years ago, I made a commitment to do something that made me profoundly uncomfortable. I had just finished writing my first book,
Words have power, especially in meetings. A new study from MIT’s Sloan School of Management finds that saying “yeah”, “give”, “start” and even “meeting” can boost a person’s persuasive powers among co-workers.