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How to Repair Europe by Leveraging German Overreach

CORFU, Greece -- Anti-semitism makes the Jew, Sartre once famously said. In the same way, the return of "the ugly German" (to use the phrase of former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer) has "made" Syriza in Greece and the other populist parties of both the right and left arising today in Spain, Italy, France and elsewhere. Show More Summary

What These 12 Highly Successful People Worry About Every Day

By Terence Loose, Contirbutor World leaders, business tycoons, self-made billionaires -- it might seem like their biggest worry is whether to take the helicopter or the jet, but it turns out that many of the planet's most successful people make a habit out of worrying. Show More Summary

7 Reasons People Who Travel Are More Likely To Be Successful

By Aly Walansky We all want to be successful, and some of us will be, while others won't. There's a lot of debate about what creates the road to success. It's perseverance, working hard, and being focused and motivated, no doubt. But...Show More Summary

Work-Life Balance Secrets of Work-at-Home Parents

By Cameron Huddleston, Columnist Working from home might have its disadvantages, but it certainly has its benefits: no commute, a flexible schedule and the option to wear pajamas all day if you really want. But it isn't always easy when you have a family. Show More Summary

Making Different Pay Off

Another summer Ramble... I have been lucky to have experienced Super Bowls...I have been fortunate to have cheered at Olympic Opening Ceremonies...I have happily shouted at World Series Games...I have had the privilege of attending Broadway...Show More Summary

8 Keys to Successfully Move Your Way Up the Work Totem Pole

How do you work your way from a basic employee up to a member of the management in a big company?: originally appeared on Quora: The best answer to any question. Ask a question, get a great answer. Learn from experts and access insider knowledge. Show More Summary

Compromising Positions

There's a well-known story in the field of conflict resolution that tells of two sisters fighting over an orange. They argue back and forth, forth and back, about who better deserves to have it. The older one says she deserves it because she's older, the younger one because she's younger, and both are adamantly stuck in their positions. Show More Summary

The Unlikely Source of Your Next Big Breakthrough

The middleman just might be the vanguard of your next innovation strategy. It's time to reimagine the role of supply chains in our creative thinking. The truth is that the suppliers we all depend on are greater than the parts they provide. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Human Ability (3.1)

"Only as a warrior can one withstand the path of knowledge. A warrior can't complain or regret anything. His life is an endless challenge, and challenges can't possibly be good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges. The basic difference...Show More Summary

The Urban Gap

On a recent week in the Los Angeles area, we saw first-hand what the New York Times recently lamented as this city's ultra-visible blight of income inequality. Here and there, you can see the mix of the moneyed and the homeless in any major U.S. Show More Summary

The Cure for the Common Presentation

Although professionals devote countless hours to seeking out new opportunities and seeing their projects through to completion, they tend to spend less time preparing to present to clients and investors. But make no mistake: Presentations...Show More Summary

21 Ways to Make the Most of Your Internship

I'm what you would call a perpetual intern. Seriously, I have had consecutive internships since I was a senior in high school. Even during the school years, I have remained an intern part-time. Through these incredible experiences, I have absorbed a few pieces of wisdom that you may find helpful in your own fabulous internship endeavors. Show More Summary

Unleashing the Power of Women Entrepreneurs Around the World: The Smartest Investment to Unlock Global Growth

Since childhood, Gircilene Gilca de Castro dreamed of owning her own business, but struggled to get it off the ground. Her fledgling food service company in Brazil had only two employees and one client when she realized she needed deeper knowledge about what it takes to grow a business. Show More Summary

The Power of Mindful Leadership

From the moment you wake up, you're bombarded with distractions. Emails clog your inbox, requests pile up, and notifications flicker in the background. Within moments your attention is scattered. Given the realities of today's 24/7 world,...Show More Summary

Gilead's Greed that Kills

Gilead Sciences is an American pharmaceutical company driven by unquenchable greed. The company is causing hundreds of thousands of Americans with Hepatitis C to suffer unnecessarily and many of them to die as the result of its monopolistic practices, while public health programs face bankruptcy. Show More Summary

Closing the Credit Gap for Women: Progress Through Global Partnerships

Since childhood, Gircilene Gilca de Castro dreamed of owning her own business, but struggled to get it off the ground. Her fledgling food service company in Brazil had only two employees and one client when she realized she needed deeper knowledge about what it takes to grow a business. Show More Summary

8 Ways to Bust Your Creative Blocks at Work

Feeling creatively stifled? As you get stuck into your work this week, no matter what you are actually doing (working for someone else, setting the world on fire in your own gig, climbing a mountain -- well ok, maybe not that one), have a think about how creative you are feeling. Show More Summary

Why Social Security Beats All Rivals -- And the Case for Expanding It

This is the season when we hear calls to cut Social Security. That's because of the annual trustees report on the system's financial condition. Last week, the trustees reported that Social Security can pay all of its projected obligations through about 2034. Show More Summary

How Successful People Work Less and Get More Done

As co-founder of and CEO of Zillow for the last seven years, 39-year-old Spencer Rascoff fits most people's definition of success. As a father of three young children, Spencer is a busy guy at home and at work. What's the one thing that Spencer refuses to do on the weekend? Work--at least, in the traditional sense. Show More Summary

Please STOP Saying These Ridiculous Phrases At Work

At first, euphemisms surfaced in the workplace to help people deal with touchy subjects that were difficult to talk about. Before long, they morphed into corporate buzzwords that expanded and took over our vocabulary until our everyday...Show More Summary

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