The Internet is awash in self-help advice and "mantras." Unfortunately, a lot of it just doesn't work. Like these.
Become the best possible version of you by developing these wholesome, productive habits. Once they've stuck, you're on your way!
What do successful women carry on their bags? Stuff that helps them succeed! What's in your bag?
Everybody knows a generous spirit is its own reward. But it's rewarding here on earth, too, and especially in your career.
Being happy with what you have is not about settling. It's about identifying what really matters to you, and then finding it in your life.
Research proves it — removing this one word from your vocabulary can change your life.
Brevity is the soul of wit — and the soul of clear, easily understood communication. Learn how to say less and communicate more.
Sticking to a diet or fitness routine is hard, but what if there was more incentive than well being and good health — like, say, actual cash?
Even rats regret settling for second best. Decide what you really want, figure out how to reach it, and you'll never regret it later.
First dates are nerve-wracking, but you can end them fast — and your shot at a second — before they even get started with any of these moves.
Make work easier on you and your colleagues by avoiding these nasty, annoying habits at the office.
If you want to engage the people you’re talking with instead of making them tune out, you must avoid these 12 things.
Those heavy emotions and memories you're hauling around are slowing you down. Drop them and move on.
Take the time — and the money — to improve and maintain your own best asset: you! After all, you're the only you you have.
Your body has a clock of its own, and if you pick the wrong time do some tasks, you'll do them poorly — and feel poorly while doing them.
The advent of online education has made it easy to get a business education. And if you don't need a credential or degree — it can be free.
If you want to get invited to your host's next shindig, don't do this!
While kids are sopping up lessons from their elders, adults would be wise to learn something in return. Here's what you can learn from kids.
Self improvement is hard, right? Wrong! Become the person you want to be with some simple tricks that leverage some quirks of your brain.
Even good habits take effort, so make sure the ones you've committed to aren't actually doing more harm than they're worth.
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