Raising a child who is honest, trustworthy, and open is every parent's goal, but with the white lie ever-present in everyday life (especially for parents — sometimes you just have to tell your kid their
Once a symbol of American counterculture during the 1960s and '70s, Volkswagen's microbus was discontinued in 2013 due to safety concerns. But in 2017, Volkswagen revealed a concept for a new, fully-electric
Playdates are your child’s first foray into the great wide world of friendships. All of a sudden, your newly social preschooler is all about Annie from daycare and Andy from the playground. Now they are
You're smart. You're educated. You have a resume packed with accomplishments. But you're not getting ahead. As an executive coach, I often hear similar frustrations from many of my clients around the These
As a leader, your team expects you to have all the answers. But there are times -- plenty of them, in fact -- when you might not know the answer to a difficult question or business challenge right away.
Imagine a company that was innovative and ahead of its competitors. It could be in any sector and operate anywhere or everywhere in the world. The company knew what it stood for and what made it stand
How many meetings or presentations have you gone to where you're listening to the speaker and thinking to yourself, "What is he talking about? Where is this even going?" Or perhaps that speaker was you.
Back in 2011, I wrote a TIME cover story on declining social mobility and growing inequality in the U.S. The title: “Can You Still Move Up in America?.” My answer back then: “not as easily as in the past.”
If you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, check out these motivational posters by Be Happy. The company believes that “Words are Powerful” and they’ve put inspirational sentences on everything from posters
We know that meetings tend to fall apart thanks to sloppy agendas and unclear ground rules, but what makes them successful? We researched how some of the most effective executives in history — from the
While many large companies use automated résumé screener software to cut down the initial pool of job applicants, loading your résumé with meaningless buzzwords is not the smartest way to get noticed.
(MSNBC) June 12, 2015 5:15PM (UTC) On Thursday's edition of "The Rachel Maddow Show," Maddow discussed two different pieces of anti-gay legislation that quietly passed recently. The first, which the Michigan
This question originally appeared on Quora: What is the best way to give a PowerPoint presentation? Answer by Mira Zaslove, given a lot of presentations, some more successful than others, on Quora I’ve
Paul Ryan (AP/John Minchillo) March 25, 2015 10:00AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. If you’re among the millions of Americans who feel bypassed by the economic recovery, you should
A few years ago, my company ShortStack moved into a new office. Instead of paying movers to transport our things from the old place to the new one, my employees and I took the afternoon off to do the ourselves.
This story originally appeared on Business Insider Arguments aren't logical. To win them, you have to understand people. We've scoured the research and compiled the following science-backed tactics that