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Tim Tebow shares the simple quality that makes people instantly like you

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It's a lesson Tebow picked up as an 8-year-old.

Jay-Z racked up an $80,000 bar tab and left an $11,000 tip

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When the rapper goes out, he goes big.

This $1,499 floating tent lets you camp on the water

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"It took off right away. I mean, as soon as we got it posted, it kind of went viral."

Avoiding 3 common study mistakes can save you money and boost your standardized test score

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"It costs money to cancel and retake tests," says Bhavin Parikh, founder of test prep company Magoosh.

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Why Tim Tebow says you should never be afraid to apologize

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"I think that there's this sense that real leaders don't apologize."

Why Tim Tebow says you should never strive to be normal

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"I would rather be an outlier and fail," says Tim Tebow.

Barclays' female employees get paid half as much as males

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The data was released under new U.K. regulations meant to highlight pay disparity.

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Warren Buffett's partner Charlie Munger reveals how much of an impact luck has on success

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"I did not intend to get rich," says billionaire Charlie Munger.

6 places you can ski, ice skate and luge on actual Olympic tracks

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You can bobsled at 75 miles per hour with forces of 4G at Whistler Olympic Park.

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Tax cuts are here, but if you work on Main Street, a pay raise isn't coming

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Americans want tax cuts to lead to pay raises, but most small-business owners do not plan to increase employee wages.

Bill Gates doesn't have 'extravagant tastes' but here's how he has splurged

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The billionaire shares his "indulgences" with Ellen.

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Thousands donate, volunteer to help Mike Bloomberg fight gun violence

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Everytown for Gun Safety raised $750,000 within 24 hours of the Parkland high-school shooting.

How to raise the next Steve Wozniak, according to Steve Wozniak

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The Apple co-founder says freedom to explore is key.

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Dog shows rarely award prize money—here's why contestants spend up to $250,000 a year to compete

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Owners can spend a fortune prepping for events like the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

3 simple things you can do every morning to be more successful

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It's the most important part of the day.

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9 ways to tell if you’re a leader worth following

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Put your leadership skills to the test with leadership and management coach Chris Hallberg's 9 key tips.

Thursday, Feb 22

Here are the 10 wealthiest people in China — a country leading the way for self-made billionaires

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China's billionaire population is on the rise — and the vast majority of them are self-made, according to Wealth-X.

Wednesday, Feb 21

Bill and Melinda Gates say this wedding gift helps them not fight

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"Neither of us are afraid of a little bit of grist in the system, neither in business nor in our marriage."

Suzy Welch: The surprising mistake that can kill your job interview

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Even the most well-prepared candidates can commit this error.

‘Black Panther’ director writes letter to fans after superhero movie breaks box office records

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Director Ryan Coogler concluded his letter by signing off "P.S. Wakanda Forever."

Here's why 31-year-old 'Black Panther' star Michael B. Jordan still lives with his parents

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Despite starring in the box office mega-hit "Black Panther," which has already made a record-shattering $404 million worldwide in four days, actor Michael B. Jordan has an oddly down-to-earth home life — he lives with his parents.

Tuesday, Feb 20

Before the Olympics, Adam Rippon was broke and living in his coach's basement

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"Six years ago, I had no money to my name," says the U.S. figure skater.

Harvard psychologist: The No. 1 communication mistake that even smart people make

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These four strategies can help you overcome the "curse of knowledge."

Having these two traits at 22 years old helped the CEO of DBS lead a team twice his age

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The CEO of Southeast Asia's most valuable company has pinpointed two characteristics to be successful.

Monday, Feb 19

The last time the president of the United States got a raise

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George Washington got $25,000 a year in 1789.

Sunday, Feb 18

4 sure-fire ways to stimulate creativity

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The struggle is real.