How to go for a run or a walk without making it a health risk The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions to stay inside in an effort to flatten the curve. But even under stay-at-home orders, people can go outside to exercise, as long as they stay six feet away from others. In fact, … More Is It Really Safe to Exercise Outside?
Those who stick too rigidly to the business plan die by the business plan. Each day brings new surprises when you’re running a startup. For entrepreneurs, that insecurity can make goal-setting feel futile. It’s hard to make a plan when there is so little predictability about what the year will bring. But creating goals that actually … More 5 Things Most Startup Plans are Missing
The more time you spend in shared quarters with others, the more likely it is that someone will get on your nerves (or vice versa). And while there are obvious ways to be respectful of others at the office, often it’s the small actions and habits you may not even be aware you’re doing that … More 6 silly things you do that make you less likable
If you are thinking about changing a behavior pattern (like overeating, smoking, spending too much money, drinking too much etc), it can be helpful to take stock of your attitude as you approach the problem. What do we mean by attitude? Our attitudes predispose us to respond positively or negatively toward certain people, issues, objects … More The Best Attitude for Change