1. A necessary precursor to eventual success.
Embracing your inner "healthy neurotic" is good for your career.
By Christian Jarrett
My startup failed. But this, however, turned out to be a good thing.
By Alyson Madrigan
Life is too short to do things you don't like.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Ready to make the leap? Make sure you have the savings (and budget) to last for the long haul.
By Brennan Dunn
Billionaire Sara Blakely, the inventor of Spanx, credits some of her success to one simple question she asks herself every night: What did I fail at today?
By Ron Friedman
The aphorism tells us that "life is what happens when you're busy making plans." So building the life that stays on track requires a specific goal that can act as your north star.
By The 99U Team
Next time you’re feeling apprehensive about your work, because others in your field seem more talented or confident, remember this: they only seem that way because you can’t see what they’re thinking.
By Oliver Burkeman
Stefan Sagmeister, Muriel Cooper, and other graphic designers who decided on an abrupt change of direction.
By John Clifford
When faced with temptation from your goal, don't ask yourself "How good have I been?" Ask "How committed am I?"