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Women Worried About Money Are More Likely Than Men to Put Off Buying a Home and Quitting a Job, and it Highlights the Effects of the Gender Pay Gap

by Hillary Hoffower
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I’m a Tech CEO Who Tried to Give Up My Smartphone for a Year. I Wasn’t Fully Successful — but it Did Make Me a Better Leader.

by Ben Crudo
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Don’t Change Beliefs, Change Behaviors

by Khalil Smith
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Why It’s Time for Asian Prime Day — AKA Gold Rush

by Mikkoh Chen
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How to Retire by 45: Early Retirees Weigh in

by Emily Moore
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“I Don’t Set Goals”: Basecamp CEO Jason Fried on Rejecting Hustle Culture

by Emily Moore
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Why “OK Boomer” Is Not OK at Work

by Margarita Bertsos
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The Investor Who Calls Herself a ‘Human Social Network’ Keeps Her Inbox Organized Through Triaging Email as It Comes In

by Allana Akhtar
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The Ability to Regulate Your Emotions is Quickly Becoming The Premier Skill of The 21st Century

by Thomas Oppong
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The Best (and Craziest) Advice I Ever Received and How It Led to My Success

by Steve Costello
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Women in Japan Are Being Told Not to Wear Glasses in the Workplace — Here Are 5 Sexist Dress Codes From Around the World

by Rebecca Aydin
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How Improving Workplace Culture Is Like Driving a Stick Shift

by Vineet Gambhir

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