“Duty free and airport purchases are usually more appealing for liquor and tobacco because of the heavy taxes imposed on these items, especially in Western countries. Often, you can get the value-added
I cover career, executive and personal growth, leadership and women's issues. Gallery: 5 Ways To Stay Cool When Work Is Making You Angry Part of the series "Finding Brave To Build Your Best Life and Career"
Late South African economist Ludwig Lachmann once wrote, “The future is unknowable, though not unimaginable.” What he meant is, it's beyond our ability to know what the future will bring. We cannot plan
I cover smart freelancing, the gig economy and remote work. You love the freedom of freelancing and you cannot imagine ever working for someone else. However, running a service-based business means that
One of the best ways to recruit, engage and retain employees is to create an inclusive workplace culture. Most organizations are already on the diversity and inclusion bandwagon, but small- and midsize
It's true that when you're self-employed you can work in your PJ's, take Fido for midday walks, and make your own decisions. These small freedoms sound sexy when the 8-to-5 grind gets old, but the freedom
From a young age, most of us were taught that conflict or fighting is bad. But is it really? It can be if the intention of the conflict is self-serving, but if everyone's focus is on the greater good the
This Is What People Think of You When You Wear Headphones at Work (According to an 800 Person Study)
Plenty of us engage in the habit of listening to music (or podcasts or the news etc.) at work for a variety of reasons (especially for productivity). In fact, a study of over 800 people completed in July
Reading is a daily habit commonly practiced by high achievers because it's an effective method of sharpening oneself. Reading is a daily habit commonly practiced by high achievers because it's an effective
This Entrepreneur Ignored the Toxic People in His Life to Build a Successful Business (and He Did Just That)
Warranties, a set of terms and agreements established by the manufacturer, are used to signal high quality and increase customer trust. But when something you own breaks down, are you, the customer, ever
by being the first to ask a provocative question, strangers are usually only too happy to follow suit. Helpfully, the Harvard Business Review has now published 8 great questions to ask at any kind of event.