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The world’s CEOs are getting increasingly nervous about the state of the global economy, a major new survey shows

Global CEOs praised 2018 as a year of strong global growth but by the end of the year they'd changed their minds completely.
The world's super-rich are taking months-long multimillion dollar trips to recharge and spend time with family.

Burned-out billionaires are taking extended multimillion-dollar ‘sabbaticals’ to recharge, from world tours on private jets to skiing expe...

The super-rich are taking months-long, multimillion-dollar trips to recharge and reconnect with family, from extreme adventures to luxurious getaways.
Accelerated Partners CEO Robert Glazer.

The CEO of a marketing agency grants 10 of his employees’ wishes each year instead of giving them year-end bonuses

Robert Glazer, CEO of Acceleration Partners, said granting employees' wishes is more valuable than a cash bonus.
Arianna Huffington puts her phone to "bed" every night.

9 successful CEOs and entrepreneurs who can go hours — sometimes days — without checking their email or phone

These successful people say they take long breaks from email and digital technology — but they're still rockstars in industries from tech to fashion.
Accenture's CEO of North America Julie Sweet.

The CEO of a consulting firm that made $18 billion looks for 2 main qualities in new hires at any level

It's important for job candidates to demonstrate many different interests, Julie Sweet told The New York Times.
Julie Sweet, CEO of North America for Accenture.

The CEO of a consulting firm says if ‘you can see your future’ at work, you may not be in the right career

Julie Sweet left the No. 1 law firm in the country in 2010 to work for the consulting firm Accenture, eventually becoming its CEO of North America.
Your job shouldn't define you.

People say if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life — but CEOs and experts caution that could be dangerous advice

Feeling passion for and deriving meaning from work is often seen as a good thing. But in "The Job," Ellen Ruppel Shell explains how that can backfire.
Marla Beck, cofounder and CEO of Bluemercury.

A CEO who sold her beauty company for $210 million wakes up every day at 6 a.m. without an alarm, walks 4 miles, and spends up to 3 hours working from...

Marla Malcolm Beck, the cofounder and CEO of beauty-store chain Bluemercury, has a jam-packed morning routine.
Estate managers can make up to $300,000 a year.

Time is a CEO’s most valuable resource — here are all the people the .01% hire to keep their households running smoothly

Wealthy families in New York City and around the world will shell out loads of money for the right household help.
"I'm a much better leader when I'm not wrapped up in the minutia," said Justin McLeod, pictured.

The CEO of a startup that’s raised $20 million deleted email from his phone and sometimes goes 2 weeks without checking on his team

Hinge CEO Justin McLeod deleted the email app from his smartphone so that he can have the time and space to think clearly about his business.