Future of Work

The Founder of Fangirl Sports Network on Feminist Allyship and Dealing with Internet Trolls

The Founder of Fangirl Sports Network on Feminist Allyship and Dealing with Internet Trolls

By Natasha Lavender / February 8, 2022 /

‘We’ve made tremendous strides in the sports industry for women… but I didn’t feel like there was content that spoke to women, and let women be fans how they wanted to be,’

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4 Ways to Incorporate Microbreaks into Your Work-from-Home Routine

4 Ways to Incorporate Microbreaks into Your Work-from-Home Routine

By Bob Marsh / February 5, 2022 /

One of the biggest drawbacks of shortening our commutes from miles to feet has been intense feelings of burnout, which can catch us by surprise. Why are we all so burnt out? Because we aren’t taking enough breaks during the workday. 

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Make It Count

This Canadian Real Estate Agent Helped His Daughter Break an Unusual Guinness World Record and Found a Breakthrough of His Own

By Spencer Cappelli / February 4, 2022 /

For years, Everitt says he was largely preoccupied with professional success. But then something his father, who died of brain cancer at 64, said on his deathbed changed him. 

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These Asian American Entrepreneurs Celebrate Their Chinese Heritage While Feeding America’s Appetite for Chinese Street Food

By Amber Gibson / February 3, 2022 /

XCJ, a celebration of cultural heritage and good food, is a Seattle-based restaurant whose famous soup dumplings bring true Asian-American food to consumer kitchens.

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An NFL Career-Ending Injury Led Anthony Trucks on a Winding Path to the Person He Was Always Meant to Be

By Catherine Downes / February 2, 2022 /

Author and coach Anthony Trucks explains the method that allowed him to put crushed dreams behind and unlock greater purpose.

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Behind the Follower Counts: What You Really Need to Know to Become an Influencer

By Natasha Lavender / February 1, 2022 /

Becoming an influencer isn’t as easy as people think. And it’s why aspiring influencers seek out guidance from Christina Galbato, who teaches people (especially women) how to build their online brands.

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Venus Williams on What Tennis Taught Her About Life, Power and Business

Venus Williams on What Tennis Taught Her About Life, Power and Business

By Natasha Lavender / January 11, 2022 /

In this episode of SUCCESS Stories, Williams tells SUCCESS’s Madison Pieper about not getting distracted by other people’s expectations, being vigilant about her mental health and why being honest is easier in the long run.

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Bankrupt and Facing a $100 million Lawsuit, This Entrepreneur Learned the Power of Grit

By Sarah Paulk / January 11, 2022 /

This pattern of identifying the problems within the problems defines Goetschel’s approach to life and business. It’s not great ideas that change the world or build successful businesses, he believes, but rather problem-solving.

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Tech Literacy Is Crucial to Financial Security—Here’s How to Educate Loved Ones with Kindness

Tech Literacy Is Crucial to Financial Security—Here’s How to Educate Loved Ones with Kindness

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / January 10, 2022 /

Although we often think of older people needing the most help with technology, it’s also true that there are people who grew up without the same advantages and access that others had. Try to remember that someone asking for help shouldn’t be made the butt of a joke, but instead applauded for stepping out of their comfort zone.

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5 Endurance Lessons for Succeeding at the Solopreneur Life

5 Endurance Lessons for Succeeding at the Solopreneur Life

By Matt Crossman / January 2, 2022 /

The footprints in the snow stopped. I kept going. I could still see the trail just enough to be reasonably certain I would not get lost deep in Nevada’s Lamoille Canyon. But I wasn’t 100% sure I was making the right decision by continuing the hike. This was not a place to slip and fall…

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