Friday Aug 29
Why Every Woman Needs A Mentor
This blog features contributors who don't regularly write for Forbes but who have timely insight on starting, running and expanding small businesses.
Slackers rejoice! Practice may not make perfect
Did Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates need 10,000 hours of practice to become the success he is today? When Malcolm Gladwell published Outliers , his best-selling book proposing that practising a certain task for around 10,000 hours is necessary before one can ever achieve great success, he But he also dashed the dreams of millions of ... (more)
Social media mogul all about next big thing
In his book The Outliers, author Malcolm Gladwell wrote that researchers settled on the magic number of 10,000 hours for achieving true expertise.
Dealing with Adversity in Your Career
'You'll never make it,' Joyce DiDonato said at the 109th Commencement speech at the Juilliard School in May 2014.
How to Hire (Not So Simply) the Best
I have always been fascinated by what we can learn from looking at what I call "edge cases" - what Malcolm Gladwell called "Outliers" in his book.