Jeff Bezos is the founder and CEO of Amazon.com. The company has made him the world’s richest man—and someone you should listen to when it comes to advice on success.
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In today’s day and age, even the tech-savvy need to know about basic computer specifications. Here are the top specs you need to be aware of before making a purchase.
Could you become a victim of theft at the office? Your money may be under lock and key, but workplace thieves may be looking for something even more valuable: your identity.
Heading back to school in September? Follow these four simple tips and give you and your parents a hassle-free start to the new school year.
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Tennis superstar Milos Raonic shares the secret to saving 90 per cent of his income.
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Working from home can seem like a dream come true. You get great perks like no commute and no dress code. It’s important, however, to set boundaries between work and home life and to establish firm routines to keep you motivated.
Don’t fall into the “more is more” trap. These items have a shorter shelf life than you’d think, meaning it doesn’t pay to go big.
You’ve got all the nonverbal stuff nailed down: a good haircut, the right clothes, a firm handshake. Now, here are the words to go along with them.
When speaking to your boss you should always maintain a level of professionalism—saying the wrong thing could really do some damage to your career.
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