An NYSE exec who's interviewed hundreds of business leaders says you don't have to be an extrovert to be a successful entrepreneur

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An NYSE exec who's interviewed hundreds of business leaders says you don't have to be an extrovert to be a successful entrepreneur
 
Betty Liu, an exec with the New York Stock Exchange, is challenging the idea that people need a specific type of personality to succeed.
 
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Susie Moore, author of "What If It Does Work Out? How a Side Hustle Can Change Your Life," knows a good side hustle when she sees it.
 
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Wealthy investor Nick Hanauer says the US economy mints billionaires while many Americans are struggling, and there's no excuse for it
 
Seattle-based investor Nick Hanauer believes that the neoliberal policies of the past 40 years have hurt the United States.
 
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Bill and Melinda Gates said software is making school textbooks obsolete, and it could save college students thousands of dollars
 
Not only is technology making physical textbooks "a thing of the past," Bill and Melinda Gates wrote, but it's making education cheaper, too.
 
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A neuroscientist says a simple question can defuse the anxiety you feel when your morning alarm goes off
 
According to one scientist, that feeling of morning dread could really just be your body trying to tell you something.
 
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Everyone told these startup founders it was a bad idea to have 2 CEOs. Here's why they did it anyway.
 
Jenna Kerner and Jane Fisher faced criticism when they appointed themselves co-CEOs of their startup Harper Wilde.
 
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Here's why investors are throwing money at startups that give away their software for free
 
Last year, there was over $70 billion in acquisitions and funding for open source companies. Here's why investors are betting big on them.
 
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Melinda Gates has some great advice on how working parents can reduce stress
 
Melinda Gates' favorite piece of personal tech is a meditation app called Headspace, and she's got a trick with when to use it.
 
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The biggest hurdle to closing the American skills gap isn't money or resources
 
Vocational training and apprenticeships will only become more important in the US over the next 20 years.
 
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People are so attached to their phones that they're missing out on a resource successful people have used for centuries
 
Spending time alone — without your phone or computer — is linked to greater creativity, productivity, and happiness. You need to do it more often.
 
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