Reading is an essential part of any learning process. Books give you an intimate glimpse into the minds of others. They reveal subtleties you may not yet be aware of. So, especially when you're navigating
"In a free-market economy, anyone can make as much money as they want," emphasizes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, who has also studied more than 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people. That applies
Many of us struggle with stress--at work and in our personal life. Like any problem, stress requires a strategic approach to conquer, or at least manage. Stress is real, but we always have a choice--we
Laziness begets laziness. 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.
Holmes went from Forbes’s richest self-made woman to a net worth of zero but while some super-rich feel undervalued by rich lists others are glad to be omitted From hero to zero – literally. That’s the
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1 – Artificial intelligence is becoming big business. Per this Forbes report: “Facebook
Here are some common medical expenses you can use your pre-tax healthcare flexible spending account money for, according to Aetna. You can no longer (since Jan. 1, 2011) use FSA money to buy over-the-counter
What is a perfect credit score? Using the popular FICO scoring method, the magic number is 850, which is difficult, but not impossible to achieve. By learning how the FICO formula works, we can get some
America's first billionaire, John D. Rockefeller, once said, "If your only goal is to become rich, you'll never achieve it." Like most cliches, it's also true: If the only thing you care about is making
When ESPN's Sport Science studied elite marathoner Meb Keflezighi's biomechanics, they discovered he spent more time in the air than he did on the ground--75 percent of the race, if you want to get specific.
Procrastination affects everyone. It sneaks up on most people when they’re tired or bored, but for some, procrastination can be a full-fledged addiction. They avoid all day the work that is right in front
Don’t be put off! Works by WG Sebald, Roberto Bolaño and Wallace Shawn and others can help us to see ourselves more clearly and understand life better “If I knew for a certainty that a man was coming my
Not everyone is invigorated by fleeing bustling sidewalks. Nature is frequently prescribed as a way for anxious folks to soothe their elevated emotions. Over at The Atlantic, James Hamblin has written
Business negotiation is an art that's integral to landing deals. When executed effectively, it can give you the leverage needed to ensure a favorable outcome. While the specific scenarios can vary significantly,
If most of us, myself included, were completely honest about our balance between consumption and creation, we’d see that it’s pretty out of whack. We consume far more than we create, when it should be
Religion itself thrives in places where liberal individualism fails. That’s the real clash of civilisations The so-called “masters of suspicion”, Nietzsche, Marx and Freud, all thought that religion would
Are you open, extroverted, or neurotic? Admit it: The first thing you do after finding someone on social media is take a long, good look at their profile picture. After all, it can say a lot about a person.
Ambitious young law student Carlton Williams is in a better financial situation than most first-years. The 22-year old has been working for British Gas for three years, advising landlords on their insurance.