Regardless of which side of the debate you are on, the biggest antitrust battle in a decade with Google highlights a really important point: Like it or not, Google is your homepage. In fact, I'll go one
• Author: Lawrence M. Krauss Internationally renowned theoretical physicist and bestselling author Lawrence Krauss offers provocative, revelatory answers to the biggest philosophical questions: Where our
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Tony Robbins landed squarely in the American consciousness when he published his best-selling book Awaken the Giant Within. He continues to inspire people to great success even today, recently publishing
Dear Business Owner, The last time we talked, I know I was pretty hard on you, telling you the 7 Reasons You Won’t Ever Be Successful. But I want to make it up to you. And I think I can. Let’s leave the
What creates sales success? Some people say it's personality; successful salespeople are outgoing and friendly. Some people say it's expertise; successful salespeople understand problems and find solutions.
By Lillian Cunningham Lillian Cunningham Reporter hosting the "Presidential" and "Constitutional" podcasts Email Bio Follow In her latest book, Daring Greatly , University of Houston professor Brené Brown
We've studied some amazing work cultures over the past two decades, and have now surveyed more than 850,000 people for our books. We have come to understand a few things about what makes people happiest
That advice comes from Charles Francis, author of "Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple: Your Guide to Finding True Inner Peace" and director of the Mindfulness Meditation Institute. Sounds good — so how
Being a small company has its upsides. You're fast and nimble, and you don't have any bureaucracy mucking up your ability to get things done. However, being big has one advantage: increased credibility
You might see them featured on the covers of business magazines or in cutting-edge blogs. They might drive cooler cars or own larger businesses, and they might be 20 years younger than you. So what? If
How are your attempts to coach your employees going? Are you willing to bet that the employees will successfully change a bad or destructive habit? Joseph Grenny, a co-founder of corporate training and
Do the people who work for you love their jobs? If so, it may not be for the reason you think. For years, some management experts have argued that employees care more about the nonmonetary aspects of jobs
More than perhaps most American adult males, I give much deference to Tina Fey's cult classic, high school comedy "Mean Girls." In what was Lindsey Lohan's breakout role (back before her many problems),
Want a happier workday? The way you start it out makes a huge difference. Here are 7 first-thing-in-the-morning activities that will elevate your mood for the entire eight (or however many) hours to come.
Major new report says every child in Britain should receive a weekly lesson in how to be happy, and schools should stop acting as 'exam factories' Children of all ages should be given an hour’s “happiness
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Simple question for you. What are your ambitions for your business? Simple, right? Why then do so many entrepreneurs and leaders of growing business have such a tough time answering it? It's always the
Managing a business can be challenging, with entrepreneurs often required to operate with limited staff in the early days. Technology can help, but there are so many tech tools available that business
A new book showcases the magnificent micro-world Science Is Beautiful, a new book by Colin Salter, is a compilation of images that show what the human body looks like under a microscope. With an artistic
This week's tip for improving your performance is the most simple and straightforward method I've provided thus far. For many people, this tip has the potential to have a bigger impact than any other action.
Negotiations--real ones, at least--are always between two parties with more or less equal power. When there's a big power differential, negotiation is impossible. The stronger party simply dictates terms.