Denmark approaches childhood, and society as a whole, very differently to Britain or the US, argue Jessica Joelle Alexander and Iben Dissing Sandahl Having muddled through six years of parenthood without
As a business advisor, I have too often seen technical entrepreneurs get a product or service off the ground with ease, but then struggle mightily when their business reaches a couple of million in annual
At both Apple’s and Google’s developers conferences this year, machine learning, computer vision, and personal assistants were major themes. The two companies come from two very different heritages. One
Parents are eager to do everything they possibly can to help their children be successful. If you want your kids to earn big salaries as adults, what should you buy them now? Piano lessons? Coding camp?
We are designed by evolution to be busy. That’s OK for the caveman, who needs to feed himself; not OK for you in the 21st-century when you have to deal with an ever-growing range of tempting distractions.
Nothing sabotages your productivity quite like bad habits. They are insidious, creeping up on you slowly until you don't even notice the damage they're causing. Bad habits slow you down, decrease your
In a blog post that recently went viral, Marco Arment argued that Apple may be the next Blackberry. He pointed out that, while other tech companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google are advancing in key
Most kitchen conundrums get us itching to fire up a burner, but others—like sorting through the endless options for tools and appliances—can be a bit more daunting. Today: In anticipation of the Food52
Imagine you were sitting in on an intimate conversation with Bill Gates as he and his good friend Warren Buffet spent the day sharing with you and a small handful of other ambitious people the secrets
This is a post from Michael Simmons, co-founder of Empact. With Ian Chew Let's face it, we love productivity! As a culture, we have a seemingly unending appetite for viral articles on productivity hacks.
At NYCxDesign, we saw tons of designers who were solving the problem of living comfortably and efficiently in tiny spaces. Here are our favorites. New York’s annual design festival, NYCxDesign, brings
If you want to make any permanent change in your life, willpower won't get you there. Whether you want to get healthier, stop using social media so much, improve your relationships, be happier, write book,
If self-made billionaire Larry Ellison hadn't trusted his instincts and dropped out of college, he may have never founded Oracle, one of the largest technology companies in the world. Speaking Friday the
As the funding climate in Silicon Valley cools, a lot of old-timers are looking on the bright side: at least this will wash out the startup founders who were only ever in it for the money — the "tourists"
Psychology and business success go hand in hand. It's been well documented that people like Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Richard Branson all have unique mindsets that have contributed to their success.
They have a set of actions and activities that inspire, refresh and renew passion for their business plans and personal life goals. Before you go to bed, try these 10 things so that you can wake up ready
If you're not achieving the success you hope for, whether personally or professionally, take a step back. The problem may not be a lack of education or opportunity or connections or even luck. The problem
What does it take to do really well in life? The answer, says psychologist Angela Duckworth, is not innate talent but grit – something she learned the hard way When Angela Duckworth was growing up, her
A random sampling of the world’s most successful people will show one common trait: a love of reading. Reading is the easiest way to continue the learning process, increase empathy, boost creativity, even
This story first appeared on The Muse, a Web destination with exciting job opportunities and expert career advice. I don’t necessarily consider myself a great multitasker. In fact, I find it pretty difficult