As a mathematician, I've always been a fan of data analytics, and big data. And I have always looked to used it to drive operational performance improvement in every company I have worked in going back
If you want to be a good leader, then you need to commit to studying leadership, learning about new techniques and approaches which you can look then try out and adopt. Over the years I have read hundreds
You may have heard the term ‘blockchain’ and dismissed it as a fad, a buzzword, or even technical jargon. But I believe blockchain is a technological advance that will have wide-reaching implications will
As a parent, one thing I've learned is the importance of empowerment. Unless you want your kids to rely on you forever--and worse yet, never move out--you have to give them the tools they need to survive
Summer vacation. For most founders of early-stage and fast-growth companies those two words together are about as foreign as snow in August. Still, summer does tend to slow down the pace somewhat. So you
There are a few books out there that have stood the test of time in the business world. They helped shape the industry years ago, and they continue to remain true to this day. If you have high aspirations
Three years ago, I identified the "Top 10 Motivational Books of All Time," but with a twist: I left the No. 1 spot blank and asked Inc.com readers to name their favorite. In hundreds of comments, our named
You know those super-productive people who manage to get more done than the rest of us? These are their secrets. Some people just get stuff done. By the time most are pouring their second cup of joe, super-achievers
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Don't just sit there all day. You're probably familiar with the afternoon slump: It's that drop in energy you feel after you've been at your work desk for hours -- maybe you even ate a sad lunch there.
1. It makes you hotter. Next time you're inclined to rip someone a new one, scowl at a coworker, or just be straight-up rude to the person on the subway stairwell who JUST WILL NOT GET OUT OF THE WAY,
Diets. High heels. Being happy should be simple, but with all these insane rules and social pressures that we put on ourselves, it's actually kind of hard. Isn't that so sad? I think it's the worst, personally.
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How can one become part of the 1%? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Nick Yushkov on Quora: