GMAT Scores Keeping Going Higher At Leading Business Schools

The average score on the Graduate Management Admission Test is around 547. The average scores of accepted applicants to the nation’s most elite business schools is much higher. One school recently set a class average score record that places them in the ninety seventh percentile of all test takers. Any guess which one? Elite test … Read more

Eight Money Mistakes the Middle Class Keeps Making

There is a difference between being rich and having wealth. Wealth is the abundance of something in such surplus that no conditions can destroy it. Making a lot of money is one thing, getting rich another. Creating wealth, well, that’s what very few people ever learn. You have heard the expression “get rich quick,” but … Read more

A Working Day – Brain Surgeon, Texas

A medical issue at a young age changed this man’s aspirations from being a clown to being a neurosurgeon. His day-to-day experience with life-threatening illnesses gives him a deep appreciation for the brevity and beauty of life. The difficulty of giving painful news to patients and their families is made worth it by all those … Read more


Art has a very high stature in modern societies. But, some people might wonder what the point of art actually is. It is highly valued, but we might wonder what it is all about. It was clear in the past what the point of art was. We need to go back in time to understand … Read more

The Observer Effect and Your Money

In material science, the term eyewitness impact alludes to changes that the demonstration of perception will make on a marvel being watched. Envision, maybe, that you have some bit of programming that records each exchange you make and afterward, once consistently or two, you need to go in and check every exchange as perusing, to … Read more


Transference is the subconscious transfer of feelings from the past to the present. At the heart of the theory is the idea that our expectations of what other people are like, it dictated by what the people were like in our childhoods, especially our parents. It makes us project qualities on the world around us. … Read more

The Wisdom of Pessimism

There is a wisdom to pessimism. It prepares people for the worst and protects people from being disappointed. We live in a pretty optimistic world, which is a result of business advertising to us. We have lost the wisdom in seeing the glass half empty. We may be taught that pessimism is a bad thing, … Read more

14 Savings Hacks That Don’t Always Work

People employ all sorts of money saving strategies. However, not all are worth the effort. Which strategy is worth your time largely depends on how you value your time and effort involved. Still, there are a lot of ways to waste time and money and not get a bargain after all. It’s important to read … Read more

This Is How To Stop Checking Your Phone: 5 Secrets From Research

Children don’t learn empathy and emotional intelligence from screens. And Adam says kids now spend 20% less time playing face-to-face. Guess where that time went? Exactly. When you say “can’t” it feels as though some external force is telling you you shouldn’t be doing this thing. The way human motivation works and the way human … Read more

Finding and Handling Your Money Boundaries

The concept of money boundaries melds financial tactics, subjective values and connections made in a certain lifetime. Consequently, while some folks realize that they can read part of book and gain knowledge even though they may not agree with the entire text, other folks simply claim that same book has no valuable information when they … Read more

Unpaid Taxes and Your Credit

With tax time drawing closer, many people who will owe taxes might be tempted to hide from this unpleasant obligation. That’s a bad idea because, apart from the many ways the IRS can disrupt your life, a tax lien can show up on your credit report. While the IRS won’t report liens to the credit … Read more

How to be an Entrepreneur

Everyone dreams of being a self-made millionaire. But what does it take to get there? Drive, ambition, risk…just to name a few. In a world full of enormous competition, how does someone with a great idea or invention take the next step forward? Let’s have a look and see what we can find. Want to … Read more

What Asians Should Know When Applying to Top U.S. Business Schools

While American business schools value the diversity of their student body, applicants from China and India have difficulties getting into those programs. This is due to the high application rate from those areas compared to students from other countries and even U.S. students. To gain an edge Chinese and Indian applicants should strive to have … Read more

Why We Hate Cheap Things

Price plays an important part in our lives. Whether you’re buying a car, home, or computer…price is the most important factor. But why are we programmed to think a higher price equals higher quality? Are we being brainwashed or is there actual science behind this?

Exercise for Intellectuals

It is commonly believed that cultivating one’s mind intellectually also means neglecting one’s body physically. However, in Ancient Greece, intellectuals like Socrates believed that a healthy mind and a healthy body went hand in hand. In this spirit, The School of Life presents a set of exercises for intellectuals, focusing on the four key areas … Read more

LITERATURE – Jane Austen

Jane Austen was an English novelist . She was born in 1775 at Steventon, Hampshire and died in 1817 at Winchester, United Kingdom. Her novels tell us about in the following, first let your lover educate you. Second, We shouldn’t stop judging people; but we have to judge more carefully. Third, take money seriously. And … Read more