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I’m a CEO who tried to keep my personal life out of my business. When I finally let people in, it made the workplace a happier, healthier place ...
"There was no physical way I could take care of my parents and keep up the level of attention that my clients and employees had become accustomed to."
If you get more excited about your job than other activities, you may want to consider one of these jobs with long hours and high pay.
Not every job requires you to work over 40 hours a week. People with these jobs typically work less and earn more than the average American.
Gary Vaynerchuk and 8 other executives reveal their secrets for building a successful business while living a life you love
"Want to know what's holding most people back? Someone's opinion of you mattering more to you than your opinion of yourself," said Gary Vaynerchuk.
I build solo, DIY retreats into my schedule as a freelancer — and they’ve made me better at my job. Here’s how I do it.
Susan Margolin makes time for at least two solo retreats per year to rejuvenate and ruminate on how to improve herself and her business.
"For months, I would wake up every day wondering who I would fail and how badly. Why couldn't I do it all perfectly when so many others could?"
Men in Silicon Valley are reportedly turning to plastic surgery to get ahead at work, but they’re re-branding it as ‘personal optimization...
Tech workers are turning to procedures like Botox, fillers, laser treatments, and even eye and neck lifts, according to the Washington Post.
The CEO of $48 billion Shopify says long hours aren’t necessary for success: ‘I’m home at 5:30pm every evening’
Shopify founder CEO Tobi Lutke weighs in on a holiday debate sweeping Silicon Valley: you don't need to work 80 hours a week to be successful.
When I became a father, working day and night wasn’t an option. Here are 3 strategies that have helped me successfully run a business without cl...
David Finkel, author and CEO of coaching company Maui Mastermind, takes at least 10 vacation days a year and is home for dinner by 5:30 every day.
A time-management expert reveals the most important quality a job can have for keeping you happy at work
Keeping workers happy in their role is all about giving them flexibility in terms of how, when, and where they work, says a time management expert.