For Britons looking to secure a well-paid job, it may be wise to consider a career in finance or tech, research suggests.
In Japan, the secret to living a longer, happier and more fulfilled life can be summed up in one word: Ikigai.
Real estate investing was "something I just did in my free time" in college.
Mythbusters' Adam Savage discusses why taking a gap year before attending college can be beneficial to you and why he told his twin sons to do the same.
The Massachusetts couple have been buying scratch-off lottery tickets for 20 years.
It's a myth that someone can thrive on stress. Science has discovered that low-level chronic stress — and not acute stress — is the greatest risk to health.
"Shaking up entrenched industries can do [a] world of good," says Richard Branson, whose first venture was a mail order record business that he built into Virgin Records.
Binny Bansal, co-founder of Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart, says there are three traits that led to the business landing a record-breaking sale to retail giant Walmart.
"How you gonna learn without making mistakes?"
There are an infinite number of possibilities as to how "Game of Thrones" will end tonight, but if Jon Snow can learn from Daenerys' mistakes and bring all of his leadership skills to the table, he might just rule the Iron Throne.
Bruce Craven, author of "Win or Die: Leadership Secrets from Game of Thrones" has watched all episodes of the hit HBO show three times, read the novels twice and studied the characters' strengths and weaknesses. He believes this is why people choose to follow Jon Snow.
"Game of Thrones" ends its eight-season run on Sunday night, but there's still more to come.
Speaking to the 2019 graduating class of Tulane University, Tim Cook talks about the importance of working towards your purpose.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was the commencement speaker at Tulane University Saturday. In his speech, the tech executive focused on the importance of addressing climate change and more broadly, in taking action, rather than debating endlessly.
Skip the parenting books and psychological studies. If you want to raise happy and successful children, look no further than the hand-me-down wisdom from Bill Gates' parents.
When it comes to building a business from scratch, every entrepreneur is bound to face some form of rejection along the way.
To be an effective networker, it's important to view relationships as "capital," says Zvi Band, relationship strategist and author of "Success Is in Your Sphere."
Jeff Bezos says he has "a hard time even imagining" arriving in a new country with no family as a teen who spoke little English.