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This Zen Concept Will Help You Stop Being a Slave to Old Behaviors
The strategy is called shoshin, meaning 'beginner's mind.'
This 100-Year-Old Woman Works 11-Hour Days and Says She Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way
Talk about work ethic: Felimina Rotundo says she likes working because it 'gives her something to do.'
Lifestyle Entrepreneurship Is the Ultimate in Work-Life Balance
The Internet and social media make it possible to blend satisfying work into the rhythms of your entire life.
7 Caffeine-Free Energy Boosters for More Productive Days
Whether you're working long hours or not, these tips will give you the fuel you need to get work done.
New Study Concludes That Standing Isn't Necessarily Healthier Than Sitting Down All Day
Both are problematic in that they encourage a sedentary workday.
9 Billionaires Who Plan to Give Away Most of Their Money
From Warren Buffett to Mark Zuckerberg, a look at what some of the world's wealthiest people plan to do with their money.
Why Large-Format Wines Are a Good Bet
The sizeof the bottle definitely matters in both the taste of the wine and the investment opportunity.
What to Do When Things Fall Apart
If we don't breakdown, we don't breakthrough.
This New Study Questions What We Thought We Knew About Sleep
Eight hours of sleep may have never been the norm.
3 Ways to Become a More Effective Learner
Fundamental principles to learn by.
5 Common Mental Errors That Stop You From Making Good Decisions
Here are the mental errors that show up most frequently in our lives.
Dylan Lauren on Making Candy Glamorous
The founder of Dylan's Candy Bar explains why building an experience is key to forging a luxe lifestyle brand.
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How I Manage 5 Kids and a Growing Business
Carve out 'sacred time' with your kids every night. Because they don't stay young forever.
How This Famous Behavioral Economist Is Trying to Help People Solve Their Most Common Money Problems
Financial savings startup Qapital just named Duke psychology professor Dan Ariely its chief behavioral economist. Here's how he plans to help the company change users' spending and saving habits.
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