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Declare Your Independence: Why Quitting Isn't Losing

Cyndi Chen | Posted 07.02.2015 | Healthy Living
Cyndi Chen

If you quit when you need to, you're actually placing yourself closer to success.

What It's Really Like To Move Back In With Your Parents

Refinery29 | Posted 06.25.2015 | HuffPost Home
Refinery29

Over the past few years, the percentage of 25-to-34-year-old Americans living with their parents has been at a record high of nearly 15 percent. Though this type of arrangement is certainly easier on the wallet, it can wreak havoc on a young adult's self-image.

Two Different Worlds, One Week

Carol J. Carter | Posted 06.23.2015 | Impact
Carol J. Carter

Last week, we launched the GlobalMindED movement with four hundred leaders from business, education, non-profit organizations, and foundations who came from seven countries around the world.

The One Thing You Should Have Figured Out By the Time You Turn 26

Madeline Wahl | Posted 06.22.2015 | Women
Madeline Wahl

Growing up, I didn't really understand what it meant to take the road less traveled. I used to be so trapped in who I was that I didn't bother to look around me. But everything came to a sudden halt when my grandmother passed away. For the first time in my life, I really questioned what the purpose of everything was.

RIGHT NEXT DOOR: Valissa Yoe, DJ and Stylist

Ian Spanier | Posted 06.11.2015 | Los Angeles
Ian Spanier

Yoe wears many (very fashionable) hats: She's a successful stylist for magazines, advertisers and television, a host on Glamour.com and one of New ...

Judge Judy's Empowering Advice For Women

Linda Wolff | Posted 06.16.2015 | Fifty
Linda Wolff

Judge Judy shared since she thought she wasn't conventionally beautiful, at least she would have brains, but was disappointed when an IQ text came back with average test results. Yet she didn't let being "average" on paper change how she saw herself and limit what she would accomplish.

The Global Search for Education: Are You Inclusive?

C. M. Rubin | Posted 06.08.2015 | Education
C. M. Rubin

Amir Dossal: As engines of growth, smaller businesses can serve as role models for good corporate citizens. Here are a few ways smaller companies might make a difference.

Dear Everyone: You Fail Just Like Everyone Else

Timothy Tukes | Posted 06.01.2015 | Healthy Living
Timothy Tukes

But before you head out the door, just remember that you're still human and like everyone else, you're not only susceptible to failure but you're resilient, as well. You're an overcomer gilded with the scars of your falls; entrusted with a purpose; and blessed with a story of victory.

Are You a Minimalist or Novelist Texter?

Brooke Wise | Posted 05.29.2015 | Women
Brooke Wise

Is the happy medium the answer? More importantly, where is the happy medium? Avoiding the text altogether makes you seem archaic, but the minimalist and the novelist do not seem to have the answer either.

24 Things You Take With You After Graduating From College

Lexi Herrick | Posted 05.27.2015 | Women
Lexi Herrick

The remarkable truth about each unique stage of life is that it's really not about what you leave behind at all; it's about what you take with you.

I Suppose I'd Call Myself an Adult

Stephanie Harper | Posted 05.21.2015 | Healthy Living
Stephanie Harper

All joking aside, I'd say that I spend an exceptional amount of time thinking about what it means to be an adult. At 26, I wrestle with this notion constantly, sometimes what feels like every moment of every day.

What I Learned About My Career From Leading A Double Life

Catherine LeClair | Posted 05.21.2015 | Women
Catherine LeClair

Leading a double life wasn't exactly the hardest thing in the world, but it wasn't easy. I didn't feel embarrassed about my serving job, but I was self-conscious about the different personalities I needed to uphold at each role.

5 Truths about Parenting Generation Z

Stacey Steinberg | Posted 05.13.2015 | Parents
Stacey Steinberg

Many of us entered adulthood excited about the future. As we prepare our children to come of age, we need to focus less on our differences and more on our shared goals

Mapping a New Marketplace On-Purpose

Therese Rowley, Ph.D. | Posted 06.01.2015 | Business
Therese Rowley, Ph.D.

Millennials are less interested in owning a house or a car than they are in living, working and consuming according to their values. This group is shaping not only the possibilities for what we do at work, but more importantly how we work.

Beautiful and Inked: An Introspective Look Into the Real Meaning of Tattoos

Kelsey Phariss | Posted 05.06.2015 | Style
Kelsey Phariss

Regardless of your story, regardless of your reasons, tattoos provide a wonderful and endearing sense of identity. They are personal, mysterious and enlightening. Their meaning changes over time and their beauty continues to grow with yours.

Sourcing Matters: Becoming More Intentional About Your Business Spend

Jeremy Hockenstein | Posted 05.05.2015 | Impact
Jeremy Hockenstein

Conscious capitalism has not only changed the way we consume and invest but also the way our businesses produce -- and the way they outsource.

Millennials Can Change the Face of Alzheimer's

Jan Dougherty | Posted 05.04.2015 | Healthy Living
Jan Dougherty

Alzheimer's disease touches millions of American families, but we often associate it only with the elderly. Lately, though, thanks to the efforts of v...

Mark Blumenthal

Polls Still Show Rising Support For Same Sex Marriage

HuffingtonPost.com | Mark Blumenthal | Posted 05.01.2015 | Politics

Pollsters measure and contemplate the rapid rise in support for same sex marriage. Democrats continue to dominate among Millennials. And there's a "re...

Tomorrow's Leaders Today

Jennifer Kamara | Posted 06.24.2015 | Impact
Jennifer Kamara

One Young World is the preeminent global forum for leaders aged 18-30. The not-for-profit organization hosts an annual Summit with 1,300 delegates from all 196 countries; drawn from businesses, universities, NGOs and other forward thinking organizations.

Millennials: It's Time to Start Talking to Strangers

Karen Frankola | Posted 06.20.2015 | Business
Karen Frankola

I think a lot of young people just don't understand that good conversation requires reciprocation. Here are some tips for anyone who wants to improve their art of conversation. My advice focuses on business encounters, but could be helpful for nearly any situation.

What You Need To Know About The Job Hunt During College And After Graduation

The Huffington Post | Kira Brekke | Posted 04.14.2015 | College

Fear not, millennials and recent grads: Here's some sound advice to help you tackle your college years with a focus on the job market from the beginni...

The Things That Aren't On the Syllabus

Luis Maria R. Calingo | Posted 06.10.2015 | College
Luis Maria R. Calingo

Educators today are preparing our students for jobs and careers that do not yet exist, using technologies and solutions that have not yet been invented, to solve problems that society does not yet recognize as problems.

Would You Rather Be a 'Valued' or 'Valuable' Employee?

John Friedman | Posted 06.08.2015 | Business
John Friedman

One of the best ways to value employees is to allow them to use their unique expertise in making the contribution. Allowing employees to use their skills also helps demonstrate the value that the company brings to the community.

The Value of a Four-Year Degree Is Increasing

John Petillo | Posted 05.27.2015 | College
John Petillo

The debate over whether college is worth the cost was never a serious conversation for parents and students. They overwhelmingly agree: 83 percent of adults with a bachelor's degree are convinced that college paid off and another eight percent believe it will pay off in the future even if it has not already.

In Praise of Clicktivism

Caryl M. Stern | Posted 05.31.2015 | Impact
Caryl M. Stern

We recognize that the Internet is a big, noisy place, and that messages can get lost in the shuffle. But we can't ignore the role that technology and digital activism can play in service to our overall mission. So we appreciate all those clicks and finger taps to view our webpages and follow our Twitter feeds, because they keep our concerns and our objectives part of the conversation.