Monday, July 29
Have you ever started a diet or exercise program but didn't stick with it? If you're like millions of other people, you've set out with the best intentions but failed to keep the momentum going. Here's why relying on motivation and willpower doesn't work (and what works instead).
Saturday, July 27
Life is hard out there for a jet-setter, and if you find yourself on a plane or a train more than at your desk, these tips are for you.
Thursday, July 25
Obvious inequalities between Mauritians at the bottom of the social ladder and those who can afford to travel, luxury cars and luxury apartments. A widening gap and arouses the interest of economic actors.
Friday, July 19
You might think that a bad mood is tied to an event that impacted you negatively, but that's not necessarily the case. Understanding that your mood is often independent of your circumstances can help you avoid making bad decisions.
Wednesday, July 10
Robert Browning said, "a man's reach should exceed his grasp." That, more than anything, separates successful people from the pack.
Tuesday, February 12
Just when we thought the economy might be improving, recent job reports and layoffs confirm what, deep down, we already knew: Employers are reluctant to hire and want more productivity from fewer people.
Friday, January 04
Every morning you set a goal to leave the office in time to spend the evening hanging out with your loved ones. And every evening around 5 or 6PM, you look at the mound of not-done work and realize it's not happening.
Thursday, December 27
Start small and don’t put too much pressure on yourself
Sunday, November 11
It's hard to leave the office at a reasonable time of day when your workplace culture centers on long hours. But the cost of not leaving work is high: a half-built life and career burnout.
Friday, March 18
The small essay by ALLAN ODHIAMBO from Kenya