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How to answer the interview question, ‘What would your direct reports say about you?’

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Demonstrate your strengths as a manager without bragging.

Billionaire Richard Branson: This skill set is the most critical to achieving success

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Branson even told Elon Musk he needed to "brush up" on this skill.

This couple retired in their 30s and now travel full time in an Airstream

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Steve and Courtney Adcock sped up their plans for early retirement after they got married in 2014.

How to answer the job interview question, 'Are you a leader or a follower?'

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Demonstrate that you can confidently play either role.

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Bill Gates: These 3 books 'opened a new world for me'

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A famous epidemiologist gave Gates a reading list that sparked his passion for global health.

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You should live in these 10 U.S. cities if you want to be happier

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"Follow your bliss, not your material desires."

5 steps you should follow to score a job at companies like Google and Apple

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"Relationships are an incredibly important asset."

Mark Cuban: How and when to put your money in bitcoin

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Considering cryptocurrency? Cuban weighs in.

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Gas prices: Why you'll keep paying less at the pump this year

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Drivers have seen low prices for five weeks.

5 habits rich people say could be holding you back

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These behaviors could be costing you.

9 bad habits you must break to be more productive

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These bad habits are holding you back from success.

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Financial planner: Feel free to splurge, just not this way

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Treat yourself! But do it right.

Look inside the $85 million custom-built mansion where Gigi and Bella Hadid grew up

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The estate features a Moroccan bath, hand-painted artwork and a hidden room.

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This refugee-turned-activist from Uganda wants to end global inequality

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Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International, said her experience as a refugee continues to shape her fight for human rights and gender and wealth equality.

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The ‘French Bill Gates’: Giving has to bring you joy, nothing else

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Tech entrepreneur Alexandre Mars wants to reshape how we think of donating to charity.

Wednesday, Oct 18

For $80,000 a week, you can stay at the most exclusive luxury camp on Earth — in Antarctica

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Arrive by private jet, explore blue ice caves and take a snow safari to see emperor penguins.

Tuesday, Oct 17

11 habits of ridiculously likable people

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It's a skill you can improve with effort.

LeBron James says he's the cheapest player in the NBA

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You won't catch the basketball superstar paying to download apps.

Why a millionaire NFL player still drives a 26-year-old car he bought for $2

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Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris loves his 1991 Mazda.

Suzy Welch: Are you the star you think you are?

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Best-selling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says asking yourself these questions will help you determine if you're as top-performing as you think you are.

Monday, Oct 16

What to say when an interviewer asks, ‘What questions do you have for me?’

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Show that you've been listening, and that you're capable of thinking big.

This 35-year-old has made over $100,000 reselling clothes

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"I always wanted to work for myself."

Sunday, Oct 15

How to answer the job interview question, 'What's your favorite website?'

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Demonstrate that you're informed and interested in connecting with others.

Saturday, Oct 14

How to answer the interview question, 'What do you like most and least about this industry?'

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Give hiring managers a better sense of your values.

How to answer the interview question, 'What makes you uncomfortable?'

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Avoid responses that include tasks central to the role.

Costco is still cheaper than Whole Foods

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Recent data found that Costco remains a "whopping" 58 percent cheaper.