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The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea on how his relationship with his parents impacted his life and music career, and why he sees vulnerability as a ...
Flea found global success in adulthood as the Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist, but his tumultuous childhood wasn't always so easy.
The first 6 things you should do after you get laid off, from someone who experienced it and went on to found her own business
Keep old coworkers close — they may be your best references and connections to potential new job openings in your industry.
Introverts may sometimes feel left out or overlooked at work, but their reserved nature can actually make them a strong asset in any industry.
I went from intern to VP of human resources at FedEx services. Here are my 4 tips for turning an internship into a dream career.
Landing a great internship is only half the challenge — it's what you do during the internship that can make or break your career path.
It’s hard to take risks once you settle into your career — but you should still keep taking them. Here are 3 ways to stay motivated.
When I encounter roadblocks, I first ask myself a question: Do I have the courage to take a big step toward this goal?
Before you completely overhaul your career, you must ask yourself one simple question: What's making you unhappy in your role right now?
I’ve spent 2 decades studying how work affects our health and well-being, and one solution is clear: Your job has to serve a purpose beyond a pa...
Nine in 10 people would rather be remembered for their contributions to society than the amount of wealth they created, one study found.
Danny Groner's mother always insisted that he should look into real estate — after exploring journalism and marketing, he now works in it.
Science agrees you should stop being afraid to ask for help. An expert debunks 2 big myths about why people don’t.
If you ask for help on something complicated, research shows that people may actually view you as more competent.
Using a professional email address and avoiding humor will help you improve your work email etiquette.