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Social entrepreneur Miki Agrawal explains what makes a perfect business partner.
Women have different financial strategies and insight than men, argues Sallie Krawcheck, the co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women.
Philosophers often get depicted like sages in ivory towers without a practical or human side. A gossip-filled book from the 3rd century can fix that.
Let kids be kids. Watching over your children's every move is a bad idea, and the long-term effects of helicopter parenting are far worse than thought.
It's easy to lose yourself in your dreams. But better not to let your big ideas get the best of you, says Nick Offerman.
Our always-on culture has us working harder, doing more, and sleeping less. While the health ailments of sleep deprivation are well known, a study by Rand Europe shows that it is costing the economy as well, with...
Writer Benjamin Hardy says you can actually enjoy having problems.
Here are seven styles of saying “I quit” identified by researchers Anthony Klotz and Mark Bolino.
Your personality will partially determine how good you are at your job, especially if you have a complex job that requires more than rote behavior. So are you and your job a good fit?
Most people will experience feelings of deep loss and distress after a long-term relationship breakup.
How do you get everyone to speak up? Simple. You allow them to have a voice.
In the wake of suicides by high-profile and much-beloved celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, psychologists and psychiatrists say that suicide is too complex and indeterminate for humans to predict.
Exhaustion and its effects have preoccupied thinkers since classical antiquity. A look at historically specific theories of exhaustion shows a tendency to look back nostalgically to a supposedly simpler time.
While figuring out how to steer her own creative ship, Jessica Abel has learned powerful, practical lessons about how to help others do the same.
From Oprah to Jim Carrey to Barack Obama to Neil Gaiman, here are some of the most incredible commencement speeches of all time.
How much money does it take to be happy? How much is too much? These philosophers have a lot to say about money and how it relates to the good life.
To explain what good luck is and how to create your own, Nick Offerman leans on the wisdom of Tom Waits, Socrates, Tom Jefferson and Nick Offerman.
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What makes a job a great place to work? A sense of equity and ownership, says Michael Bush.
Do a little less in your day if you want to do a little more.