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Recreate the rhythms of your long years of schooling to succeed in the marathon of building your business.
You may never hop out of morning with a smile plastered on your face, but you can make it a bit easier.
Entrepreneurs are often caught in a bind trying to prioritize between personal health and the needs of their companies. Here are some tips on making everyday life less stressful.
Small things lead to bigger things. The little problems we neglect and the budding opportunities we nurture have enormous ramifications.
Checking your office emails at midnight is bad for your health and relationships, and not really all that efficient.
Procrastinators, take note: As seductive as it often sounds, working under pressure probably isn't the best strategy for achieving stellar results.
These little tips can make you a happier, healthier and more productive person.
Look out for these five factors everyone should use for their personal fitness goals.
After being exhumed from a New Mexico landfill earlier this year, copies of the world's worst video game will now be up for auction.
This entrepreneur shares his tips for carrying fewer chargers and less in your shaving kit.
A new study raises doubts about the advantages of initiatives to help lowers costs by improving employee health.
The person at work who gets the most done isn't superhuman, just super well planned.
Like most things, practicing mindfulness takes dedication. But if leaders remain persistent, they will reap all the benefits of this practice.
You aren't marooned in that miserable job but don't underestimate how much you will need to make the big change.
You might soon be able to own a tangible piece of NBCs Parks and Recreation.
Every day offers countless opportunities for gratitude and improvement.
The more sincere interest you take in people, the more interest they will take in you and your business.
Entrepreneurs' work schedules tend to go far beyond the standard 40-hour workweek, causing many to forgo catching some z's for more hours working on their startup. Here is how to survive this crazy lifestyle.
Channel that excitement you used to feel about the new school year into improving yourself and furthering your career.
Forget 9 to 5: Eighteen percent of full-time employees work more than 60 hours per week, according to the analytics company's latest Work and Education Survey.
Work and family are the world's original exercise in multitasking.
When we don't get the results we intended, the problem often lies in what we do on autopilot.
Mindfulness may sound like the latest buzzword, but the centuries-old notion of enjoying the present moment is more than trendy philosophy. In practice it can do wonders to enhance productivity and happiness in the workplace.
Working hard? Find the ultimate in relaxation at your home away from home with the help of these luxe services.
One family discovered surprising savings in money and stress when they shed their second car in favor of ridesharing services and public transportation.
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