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Why being an accomplice is better than being an ally Article

Why being an accomplice is better than being an ally

There’s a four-letter word that gets a lot of love, that it’s fine to say in…

Sometimes it’s not what you say… but how you punctuate Article

Sometimes it’s not what you say… but how you punctuate

Is there a punctuation mark that you overuse? Chances are good there is, whether or not…

As technology advances, we question what it means to be human Article

As technology advances, we question what it means to be human

Underneath questions about whether artificial intelligence can create works of art, or whether—and how—robots can take…

How not to be an asshole when you talk to customer service Article

How not to be an asshole when you talk to customer service

Eye contact. A friendly smile. “Please,” “Thank you,” and other good manners. It sounds like common…

Why gendered language is everyone’s business Article

Why gendered language is everyone’s business

It was an upscale Indian restaurant near Central Park–”magnificent views of the park and upper Manhattan,…

Dos and don’ts for marketing with memes Article

Dos and don’ts for marketing with memes

As ubiquitous as the devices we share them on, memes are here to stay—whether or not…

How Not to Give a F*ck—the book that dares you to pick it up Article

How Not to Give a F*ck—the book that dares you to pick it up

Editor’s note: So much great business advice, so little time to read. That’s why each month…

Stemming the loneliness epidemic one interaction at a time Article

Stemming the loneliness epidemic one interaction at a time

As you’ve likely heard, there is an epidemic of loneliness going around. People feel profoundly disconnected…

The startup psychologist: It’s easy to bake your issues into your company Article

The startup psychologist: It’s easy to bake your issues into your company

The entrepreneurial journey can be lonely, all-consuming, fraught with failure, and devastating to relationships. All the…

Volunteering your skill set can have some surprising benefits Article

Volunteering your skill set can have some surprising benefits

Selfishness is underrated. Wait—hear me out! Giving, giving, giving is a surefire path to burning out.…

3 surprising ways to volunteer your professional skills Article

3 surprising ways to volunteer your professional skills

We see you, do-gooder. You’re a busy, talented professional, so lucky and you know it. You…

Growing up vs. adulting: the journey toward adulthood has changed Article

Growing up vs. adulting: the journey toward adulthood has changed

A few months ago, I learned about adulting—the modern term for twenty-somethings engaging in adult-like behavior.…

How to elevate others at work Article

How to elevate others at work

We all know one or two people like this at work. They walk in and—shazam—the room…

The startup spouse: a view from the other side of bed Article

The startup spouse: a view from the other side of bed

Over half a million people become entrepreneurs in the United States each month. That’s a lot…

Stop exercising and start moving Article

Stop exercising and start moving

I’m moving house in T-minus 10 days. So, yesterday, after assembling 35 cardboard boxes, dismantling two…

Will you show up with your emotions, or send an emoji instead? Article

Will you show up with your emotions, or send an emoji instead?

If you’ve tweeted, posted to Instagram, or texted in the past few days—and who among us…

Your smartphone is making you stupid Article

Your smartphone is making you stupid

Among the many life lessons my partner and I learned as we purchased and moved into…

Your mother was right, you are who your friends are Article

Your mother was right, you are who your friends are

You have needs, I have needs, we all have needs—one of which, according to Maslow’s Hierarchy…

Don’t have kids, eat less meat, and other ways to save the world Article

Don’t have kids, eat less meat, and other ways to save the world

Whose fault is it that glaciers are melting, oceans are becoming cooler and less salinated, “storms…

The kids are alright… but they don’t want your stuff Article

The kids are alright… but they don’t want your stuff

As our parents age, we move to a new phase of the parent-child relationship and accept…