How to create a happy life by implementing "The Slight Edge" philosophy. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Whether it’s smoking cigarettes, being late, drinking soft drinks,
It wasn’t as hard as it sounds: I used four principles to start small habits that built into big, long-term outcomes. Here’s how. You’ll notice that I made the title of this post sound quite impressive
If you're even a semi-regular reader of mine, by now you know I love the reality series The Selection: Special Operations Experiment, which airs Thursday nights at 10 p.m. EST on History. (Or you can up
The asymmetrical home maintains a stable temperature all year long Through freezing winter nights and blistering-hot summer days, this custom Colorado home stays a livable 67-77 degrees Fahrenheit—without
Constantly checking your email is an addiction that’s destroying your productivity. Here’s how to break the habit. We have a love/hate relationship with email. Forty percent of employees wish they had
Staying productive is all about consciously deciding what not to do. Here’s how. It isn’t news that culture is obsessed with doing–with being in motion, with being occupied, with being busy. But the upshot
The late Steve Jobs once said: Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something.
Whether you're a leader or a peer, part of your responsibility is to give people feedback. Having been raised in a culture that often dances around the truth and tiptoes near insecurities, you may lack
Stop “organizing” your emails by subject and start thinking of them in terms of deadlines. For years, my approach to email was like slaying a hydra. For every email I deleted, two more landed in my inbox.
As we start 2017, a number of entrepreneurs out there are working off of the list of things they'd do or not do differently this year. From growing key metrics in the business, to focusing on the key that
Over the holidays it's best to avoid any arguments, whenever possible. But if you can't, you may want to bring some scientific ammunition for your side of the discussion. It turns out that if you want
cio.com - Moira Alexander is the author of LEAD or LAG: Linking Strategic Project Management & Thought Leadership and founder of Lead-Her-Ship Group. She's also a project management professional and contributor to and co-host of the Price of Business Talk Radio "technically speaking" segment. Moira has 20+ years in business (IS&T) and project management for small to large businesses in the U.S. and Canada.
Cyber attacks—and president-elect Trump’s criticism of encryption and interest in expanding government surveillance—warrant more vigilance. Protecting individual privacy from government intrusion is older