Articles about People
Searching for greatness? 15 humans you need in your personal treasure chest
These are the 15 people that have hands down changed everything for me. Fill your treasure chest with these humans and you’ll have a life you never believed possible.
5 ways to overcome loneliness when living in a big city
For many of us, a unique challenge of adulthood comes in the form of moving to a new city where we no longer live within walking distance of 20 of our closest friends. This abrupt transition into a new environment can stir up quite a few unwanted feelings — one, in particular, being loneliness.
What the working class can teach America’s professionals
They have an important message about the role of work.
The 2017 Tony Awards nominees share their success secrets with us
Sally Field, Josh Groban, Eva Noblezada and more tell us how they stay successful.
3 things you can learn from Instagram’s ‘Efficiency Guru’
If you have to stress out, do it early.
Rock-balancing guru teaches you how to trust yourself again
If you don't have rocks handy, find some.
This rising opera singer is a master of the side hustle
A masterclass in balancing a creative career.
I wear the same outfit every day, and it makes me a better leader
'The more work I have to do, the less I want to think about what I am wearing.'
How to get ahead, according to Benjamin Franklin
When you ask people for a small favor, it causes them to like you more.
20 misused words that make smart people look dumb
Don't let these words make you stumble.
How swearing at work can help you succeed
Profanity can be a powerful tool in the workplace.
You are not a UPS truck. Avoiding life’s left turns isn’t the answer.
Time hacks often miss the point. When we build the lives we want, time saves itself.
I miss old people in the workplace. Here’s why.
Workplaces are so obsessed with youth that they risk missing out on wisdom.
Strong job candidates with foreign names miss out on job interviews, study shows
A study of large Canadian employers found that job candidates with Asian-sounding names were 28% less likely to score an interview.
Your company’s job descriptions are driving women away
Many of us are unwittingly writing job descriptions that turn off a large percentage of our candidate pool — namely women.
Emotional Uber CEO promises to revamp its corporate culture
The ride-hailing app listens to a former employee.