It's been a crazy, exciting, sad, fulfilling, awesome, challenging, happy, and amazing 2014. I started the year by marrying my best friend on New...
If Uber can come up with market designs that allocate scarce perishable resources in real time more efficiently and make people happier, that's applicable in a lot of areas and worth far more than the taxi industry they're disrupting. It's a hundreds-of-billions of dollars type of problem.
Second in the series: 8 Moves to Make 2015 Your Best Year Yet I confess I learn slowly. How about you? I'm not talking about picking up a...
The problem with resolutions is that they propose a future state that will bring us the feelings we would wish to have. And what are those feelings? Well, if we achieved the intention of those resolutions, we would feel really good about who we are and where we are in our lives.
Stolen Moment of the Week is a series featuring the work of photographer Mindy Tucker, who has been documenting the comedy scene in New York for the last seven years.
Australia may be the first country to ring in a New Year but New York will always be the epicenter of New Year's Eve festivities. If you want to struggle in Times Square and wait like cattle going to slaughter and pack in the cold to watch the ball drop or go to an expensive club or bar.
It is worth remembering that despite what popular culture tells us, you don't need to wait until the New Year to make drastic life changes.
I've asked many small business people the seemingly unwelcome question, "Do you have a marketing plan?" Most, about 90 percent, don't want me to ask.
This year has zoomed by, and it's tough to sit with the fact that 2015 feels and sounds like it's way in the future, rather than moments away. Time, which becomes such a precious commodity with each passing year, has a way of surprising me with its swiftness. Wasn't it just July? Didn't I just turn 50?
Most of us look forward to a new year. It's a clean slate and the perfect time to set new goals for ourselves. But before you start thinking about resolutions for the new year, your immediate plans might include ending 2014 with a bang.
Recently I caught up with Snoop Dogg to find out how he likes to celebrate New Years Eve. I fully expected his reply to be "Gin and Juice" and perhaps with a twist. He completely surprised me.
Thinking of hosting a party this season? The most important rule of thumb when entertaining is to make your guests feel welcome in your home. But homes like these show us that a well-designed bar can make the party more interesting.
May we burn the bridges that lead to our destruction and toast marshmallows and glasses of champagne. May we say the thing we are afraid to say, and, in doing so, set ourselves free.
So this is the day, the last of days. Three hundred and sixty-five days of protests, lay-ins, new laws, broken laws, innocent jailing, pride, nationalism, fear and hope. This day, without failure, wipes the windshield of mud and dirt, eternally with the promise of change.
Raise you hands if you're single on New Year's Eve. Us too. Let's all cry together. Here's some helpful advice from some ladies who know some things about some things.
Now don't get apathetic and cancel your New Year's Eve plans. There's plenty to celebrate. You've survived 365 days of life! Some moments have been hell, others pure bliss.