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Dan Schawbel and Elvis Duran.

Radio star Elvis Duran shares his best advice for standing out and building an audience

"You will resonate with a lot of people, and so stay true to who you are and eventually the map you're following, they'll follow it to."
Maura Nevel Thomas.

How to identify the common work habits that are sabotaging your productivity and attention management

My clients tell me one of their biggest distractions is being interrupted by what I call "OPPs" — other people's problems.
Carrie and Jerry Bogar.

A Pennsylvania couple uprooted their entire lives and sold everything they owned to buy a restaurant in the Caribbean. Here’s how they did it.

Author Sara Bliss interviewed Carrie and Jerry Bogar — former Pennsylvania residents — about why they chose to make the move to Anguilla.
Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg.

8 business leaders explain why you don’t need a college degree to be successful

If time is money, consider whether the time spent in college will ultimately be worth the investment. It may not be.
Tim Croll.

4 ways to find a sense of accomplishment when you’re going through a rough patch at work

Leaders find themselves in hard or challenging situations on an almost daily basis. Here's how to survive and thrive through them.

I spent 5 years studying rich people, and I can tell you they’re laser-focused on building the type of relationships anyone can seek

I found wealthy people focus on building what I like to call Power Relationships. These people are optimistic, success-minded, and influential.
Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks to her supporters after officially filing to be on the ballot for the New Hampshire state primary at the State House on November 13, 2019 in Concord, New Hampshire.

The billionaire backlash to the wealth tax isn’t about money — it’s about power. And our democracy lies in the balance.

"It is no longer possible to choose democracy without also choosing to tax concentrated wealth," says author David Goldstein.
Laura Garnett.

Here’s how to uncover your ‘Zone of Genius’ — the sweet spot between what you’re great at and what fulfills you at work

Laura Garnett helps CEOs and executives find their purpose in work. Here's her method for finding yours.
Erin Hatzikostas.

I left my job making $500,000 a year to start my own company, and I couldn’t be happier. Here are 3 things I have now that even a 6-figure salar...

I'd become the CEO of a large company at the age of 42. But everything in my gut said, "I'm bored. What's next?"
Jeffrey Fleischman.

How to get through an unexpected layoff — without settling for a job you hate

Author Jeffrey Fleischman contended with an unexpected layoff, and emerged from the other side to become a CMO.