Your interest in a task is more important than its difficulty when it comes to managing your energy levels.
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
First you hate the plateau, then you get used to the plateau, and finally, you need the plateau.
By Walter Chen
When we chunk our lives into "seasons" and "episodes," we are more likely to successfully change ourselves for the better.
By Christian Jarrett
How love fuels creativity and 6 other ways to free your mind to do its best work.
By Gregory Ciotti
How Adam Scott bounced back: from British Open collapse to Masters triumph.
By John Caddell
Part one of our recap from the fifth annual 99U Conference.
By Behance Team
Ignorance can be scary. But it can also be a source of curiosity, excitement, and even entertainment.
By Mark McGuinness
From Michelangelo to the Beatles, history tells us that a healthy rivalry can push us to new limits — as long as we avoid obsession.
Motivation advice for people who can't stand positive thinking.
By Oliver Burkeman