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How one retired Millennial made more than $60,000 in passive income last year

You can take the woman out of work, but you can’t take the work out of the woman. At least, that’s the case for J.P. Livingston, who retired at age …

Retirement

The billionaire owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers runs more than 100 companies according to 19 rules

Dan Gilbert runs an empire.<p>He makes many of his public appearances as the billionaire owner of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, but he's also the chairman and founder of Rock Ventures, his holding company for over 100 businesses, including the Cavs, the real-estate company Bedrock that's transforming …

Real Estate

Master the art of project management with this Lean Six Sigma online course

Do you love getting stuff done? Do you treat your list of daily goals as absolute gospel? Does efficiency make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? If …

Project Management

Want to Find the Best Remote Talent This Year? Here Are the 5 Best Job Sites to Try.

The best sites screen not only applicants but employers as well to ensure a good match.<p>6 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Remote work is booming, with no end in sight. And this is happening not only among those just entering the workforce, or people looking for a …

Employment

Use These Sites to Find Gigs

The 10 Best Sites to Find Gig Jobs<p>Updated July 06, 2018<p>More and more employees are turning to gig work, either in addition to a full-time job or as …

Employment

The Ultimate New Mexico Road Trip Itinerary

“I think New Mexico was the greatest experience from the outside world that I have ever had,” says Author D.H. Lawrence. Indeed, there is no arguing …

New Mexico

'If I need to do your job, I don't need you'

Made (Better) in Tokyo

TravelFar & Away<p>There’s far more to the dining scene than sushi and soba. In fact, the Western food in Japan’s capital is some of the world’s best.<p><i>Far & Away,</i> from <i>National Geographic</i> and <i>The Wall Street Journal.</i><p>IN 2007, IVAN ORKIN, a self-described “Jewish guy from Long Island” became the first …

McDonald's

Steak, Malbec, and Tango: The 4-day Weekend in Buenos Aires

28 Places to Go This Summer That Won't Be Full of Tourists

Everyone’s heading to Montauk, and Cape Cod, and Italy. Poor Italy. But wouldn’t it be nice to feel like you’re escaping the zinc-nosed hordes without having to head to Tuvalu? (Psst. It’s a remote island in the South Pacific.) We asked our team of travelers to name the place they’d go that still …

These Are the 25 Most Breathtaking Hikes in US National Parks

From hikes across ancient glaciers to lush rainforest treks, these are the 25 most beautiful U.S. national park hikes.<p>Sure, with 60 National Parks …

The drawbacks of agility | Organization

May 7, 2018 – <i>by Karin Ahlbäck, Santiago Comella-Dorda and Deepak Mahadevan</i><p>Agility gets hailed as the new order for organizations striving to unlock …

Beaches, Samba, and More Beaches: The 4-day Weekend in Rio de Janeiro

Speed as a Habit

<i>This article is by Dave Girouard, CEO of personal finance startup Upstart, and former President of Google Enterprise Apps. He’s well known for</i> …

This Huge Six Sigma Training Bundle Helps You Become a Certified Project Manager: $49

This offer has expired!<p>Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily.<p>From Amazon and Boeing to the US Army, top businesses and organizations around the world are looking for Six Sigma experts. With …

The Top 100 Franchises for Less Than $50,000

Check out the top franchises that can be started for less than $50,000, ranked based on their scores they received in Entrepreneur's 2018 Franchise 500 ranking.<p>Buying a franchise doesn't have to break the bank. Below you'll find the top franchises that can be started for less than $50,000, ranked …

Project Management Software Is Evolving: Here's Why

Project management software is undergoing a significant change thanks to new technology and new demands.<p>Project management software isn't exactly new. Depending on how you count them, the earliest project management structures date back to the Harmonograms of 1896. So today, with dozens of …

Project Management

The 8 most coveted tech certifications, and how to earn them

Having the right certifications on your resume is critical to climbing the career ladder in the tech industry, and can help you land a higher paying salary in your field. However, the market is saturated with certification programs, and not all of them carry the same weight or value. To help you …

Project Management

Google Increased New Employee Productivity by 25 Percent With 1 Email. Here's What You Need to Know

Yet another example of when 'back to the basics' is great advice.<p>Onboarding, a term used to describe the period between job offer acceptance and assimilation (anywhere from 30 days to a year depending on the organization), is a critical time for new employees. Not only do they have to tackle a …

Employee Engagement

The Best Coffee in Every State

There's never been a better time to be a coffee drinker here in the United States. After decades of sporadic gains, the years surrounding the turn of …

The Coolest Neighborhoods in European Cities Tourists Don't Know About

Don’t get us wrong, there’s no harm in ticking off postcard sights from your Europe trip bucket list. But in any city you visit, you’re going to have …

Germany

PWC's millennial employees led a rebellion—and their demands are being met

A few years ago, PwC recruiters noticed a change on the blue-chip campuses that produced so many of the consulting behemoth’s new hires.<p>For decades, fresh graduates had simply accepted they’d be signing away nights, weekends, and any semblance of a normal family life or social calendar in exchange …

The Workplace

Salesforce.com Has New Software for SMBs...And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?<p><b>1 —</b> <b>Salesforce launches simplified software aimed at small businesses.</b><p>This week, Salesforce.com Inc introduced new sales and customer service software tailored specifically for small …

This Secret Ski Bar Owners' Winning Recipe: Impulsive Marriage, Constant Travel

In 2006, Ioanna Morelli traveled to Niseko, a quiet Japanese village on its way to becoming a destination ski spot. Over the few weeks she spent there, she met and married Hirashi Watanabe — and became the co-owner of Bar Gyu+.<p>Watanabe opened the tiny speakeasy nearly 20 years ago. As a young ski …

9 Ah-Ha Hacks the Pros Use to Max Out Bathroom Space

You fantasize about a bathroom big enough for hot yoga after a steamy shower — a space that can be your personal refuge from the hurly-burly of your …

Hacking

49 Unforgettable Bucket List Trips You Can Do On A Budget

If you like to travel, you probably have a bucket list of places you want to hit throughout your lifetime. If you've been under the impression that …

European Travel

14 hostels you won’t believe aren’t luxury hotels

When you think of hostels, images of dirty, insect-ridden bunk beds in a tiny dorm room may come to mind.<p>But thanks to technology and social media, dodgy operators can't get away with mediocre listings anymore if they want to succeed in the competitive hostel market.<p>Hostel booking site Hostelworld …

10 of the best insider's tips to Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s reputation for stag dos, spliff and sex tourism belies the rich pickings beyond Dam Square. Described by locals as a village, Amsterdam has the arts, entertainment and startup scene of many larger cities but retains a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. As a resident, I love that all my …

European Travel

How to travel in Berlin like a local

Berlin has been the cultural, political and economic centre of Germany since the 13th Century, making it one of Europe’s most significant and storied …

These millennial entrepreneurs think email is too slow for the startup world

There are two types of people in this world. Those who live at inbox zero, who frantically read, remove, and reply to emails the very instant they …