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Perfectionism wastes everyone’s time. Here’s how.

Melanie KatzmanDr. Melanie Katzman is the author of the #1 WSJ bestseller Connect First: 52 Simple Ways to Ignite Success, Meaning, and Joy at...

What advice would you give your younger self? This is the...

tA new study asked hundreds of participants what advice they would give their younger selves if they could.tThe subject matter tended to cluster around...

What if all humanity had to do to save itself was...

DUSTIN YELLIN: I think that everything is invented, right? So I think civilization is a hallucination, or civilization is a sculpture. Everything that we...

Lateral thinking: The reason you’ve heard of Nintendo and Marvel

DAVID EPSTEIN: One of the researchers I spoke with was himself an innovator and was picked by R&D Magazine as the Innovator of the...

Answering These 10 Questions Will Destroy Your Limiting Beliefs Around Business...

Image credit: Hero Images | Getty ImagesOpinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.Whether you grew up getting bullied, were the victim of...

Louis C.K., #MeToo, and accountability: Why binary thinking doesn’t help

PETE HOLMES: Obviously we're going through a spiritual evolution right now, and that involves a lot of suffering on everybody's part. And that's where...

Good leaders don’t give advice – they coach

All managers want to see their employees thrive, but it can be tricky to maintain a balance between guiding and hand-holding. While some managers...

Public speaking: 7 ways to master speechcraft

tWhether it's at school, a funeral, a wedding, or work, most of us have to make a speech at some point in our lives.tHowever,...

Criminal reform: Why wake-up calls are windows of opportunity

BISHOP OMAR JAHWAR: The first way to break the wall down, and this is very important, is someone previously went through the same issue...

Self-command: Learn this powerful thinking tool

EMILY CHAMLEE-WRIGHT: Self-censorship is neither inherently bad, nor is it inherently good. And one of the things that I've been thinking about recently is...