The experts are here to bust them, once and for all.
Today's retirement advice badly needs a facelift.
Think twice before closing that account.
Successful entrepreneurs do not buy anything they do not need, such as fancy cars. Most drive junk cars and use their surplus
Two other drawbacks to income-driven plans: You'll need to reapply each year, and any debt that's forgiven will be taxed
"Moana" star Auli’i Cravalho knows the way.
Being a web developer, like many other human endeavors, is prone to irrational arguments, emotional overreach and yes, unfounded
When I met with Dacher to ask him a few questions, I realized I had a lot of mistaken assumptions about awe--assumptions that many people share, and our culture seems to encourage. In the interview below, he debunks many of those assumptions and presents a view of awe as accessible, plannable, and absolutely essential.
I'm a fan of the Discovery series called MythBusters. Every episode Jamie and Adam (et al.) work to prove or debunk a myth (or myths) through a series of experiments involving trial and error, advanced exploration and communication. What fascinates me is the high relatability factor of the myths they present. It may be a statement of the obvious, but this is why they became myths in the first place.