Culture & Arts
This week I went to a Meet-up event for writers -- something that's been on my to-do list for ages. There were seven of us at the Village Tap in Chicago's Roscoe Village neighborhood.
If you've ever read a book on writing, or been to a writer's conference, or taken a writing class, you may have heard a variation
It's easy to know that you're not happy with your current career path. (Hello, Sunday night blues.) But it's a whole lot harder to know what you want to be doing instead. There are so many options!
Richard discussed how New York City's rejection of Columbia University in the competition to build a new technology campus was a real wake up call. Kathryn shared the painful lessons she learned when her first startup fell apart.
Once he did his work, then it was my turn. My assignment: Help the bubble in my eye do its job by lying on my right side
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. Sometimes technology distracts, but sometimes it can actually help us focus. The Muse headband aspires to do the latter. We talk with Muse's founder about technology's role in meditation techniques.
Have you ever landed the "perfect" job only to find out you hate it? You're not alone. We hear why people have said "I quit!" to some of the cushiest gigs out there and help you figure out what to do instead.
Career advice destination The Muse is partnering with The Huffington Post's Third Metric to offer a free online class geared
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, The Huffington Post is partnering with The Muse to help you find happiness in your career.
Day 4: The Meaning of Your Work Even if you don't love your job, there are still ways to find meaning in it -- and get excited
Continuing in last year's tradition, here are seven amazing young entrepreneurs who are following their dreams in the fields of fashion, media and entertainment, personal and professional development, philanthropy, and fitness.
With regards to Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, is it easy or hard for Gene Simmons to transform himself from an everyday person into a savior of rock 'n' roll?