Ray Ku

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30 Essential Things You Should Keep in Your Car

Some of us keep absolutely nothing in our car trunks, while others have enough packed to live in their cars for weeks. Somewhere in between is this …

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10 Easy Ways You Can Save Money Tonight

Frugality isn’t a handful of big things that you do every once in a while to save cash. It’s a steady routine of little steps that, over time, add up …

Personal Finance

Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Bought a House

Like many other homeowners, I researched the heck out of buying my first home: what to look for in a house and location, what kind of mortgage to …

Factor In Food Cost When Deciding Whether to Fly or Drive

Trips to places about 200-400 miles away present an interesting dilemma; should you drive or fly? While most peoples' first instinct is to …

8 Successful Entrepreneurs Give Their Younger Selves Lessons They Wish They’d Known Then

Execs and investors from Pandora, IDEO, Andreessen Horowitz, SoundCloud, and Kleiner Perkins, among other masters of disruption, share the wisdom they’ve gathered on the way to the top.<p><i>Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list.</i><p>Looking …

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Why You’re Sleeping With Your Smartphone

Why do we keep responding to the beep and buzz of our phones? Because we’re addicted to success, explains Harvard Business School prof Leslie Perlow.<p><i>Leslie Perlow is a Harvard Business School professor and the author of Sleeping with Your Smartphone. We talked with her not long ago about why people</i> …

3 Reasons Why We’re All Loafing At Work–And What To Do About It

People stop slacking when they work with people they like and respect. Are you ready to join the good culture club?<p>The mechanics of loafing are subtle.<p>To hear Wharton organizational psychologist Adam Grant tell it, at-work freeloading is a heady cocktail: a mixture of intrinsic and extrinsic …