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Early Facebook investor Marc Andreessen says one of the biggest mistakes that startups make is hiring an HR leader too late
In an interview with tech luminary Elad Gil for his new book "High Growth Handbook," tech investor Marc Andreessen says companies should hire a HR leader when it has somewhere between 50 and 150 employees. There's a reason for that figure.
Schedule time to spend with friends and family in order to feel happier and less busy, says Laura Vanderkam in her new book, "Off the Clock." It's a more memorable way to pass your days than browsing social media.
Amazon is limiting reviews on James Comey's "A Higher Loyalty."
A Stanford professor explains how ‘design thinking’ can help you lose weight, stop worrying, and change your life
In "The Achievement Habit," Stanford engineering professor Bernard Roth explains how design thinking can help you get to the root of any problem — and solve it.
There’s a troublesome difference between what men say they want in a romantic partner and who they choose to date
Dating successful women may prompt some men to feel insecure about their own achievements, writes Jenna Birch in "The Love Gap."
It may be time to break up if two people in a relationship are on different life timelines, argues Jenna Birch in "The Love Gap."
2 formerly obese economists who lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months say ‘meta-rules’ were a key part of their success
The authors of "The Economists' Diet" recommend minimizing choice in your diet by creating "meta-rules," such as, "During the week, I have salad for lunch."
2 formerly obese economists who lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months relied on a controversial weight-loss strategy
Christopher Payne and Rob Barnett, the authors of "The Economists' Diet," recommend weighing yourself every day if you're trying to lose weight.
An American who asked French women about successful marriages learned a surprising tip: Flirt with other people
In "How to Be Married," Jo Piazza writes that French people flirt in front of their spouses. Many Americans are unsure how to feel about flirting while married.
A top psychologist says there’s only one way to become the best in your field — but not everyone agrees
Practice makes perfect — sort of.