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Former PIMCO chief Mohamed El-Erian, who reportedly earned $100 million in 2011 alone, said he prioritized the wrong things, so he quit his job to focus on parenthood.
Celebrate International Coffee Day yes, apparently that is a thing by reading some fun facts about the most beautiful beverage of them all.
You drive performance. You drive results. You drive your business. But what does the vehicle you drive say about you?
The 'nicest' Shark says that with great success comes great sacrifice -- specifically downtime. The one exception he has to make: his kids.
Shark Tank's 'Mr. Wonderful' on Teaching Kids About Money: 'Put Their Noses In It, Like You're Training a Puppy'
Force them to save and kick them out after they graduate from college, especially if you're rich, he says.
Your guide to escaping the burnout model.
It's not about how many brute hours you rack up -- it's about how effective you are at replenishing mental resources.
The sitcom that aired 20 years ago has some lessons for entrepreneurs that stand the test of time.
There are steps you might consider to quiet the buzz in your brain -- even if you dont want to take up meditation.
Most people experience burnout at least once in their life. Some of us experience it multiple times. Heres how you can avoid it altogether.
Some of the most influential business books are available for next to nothing (or even nothing) in the Amazon Kindle store.
When we teach our children the value and fragility of their personal reputation they learn who they are, regardless of what others think.
Clear out the mental clutter and the days distractions to focus on what you think is important.
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.
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