The act of writing a letter to yourself 20 years in the future is shown to enhance commitment to exercise more. The simple act of penning a note to your future-self will increase your likelihood of exercising and push you to workout longer, according to a new study from Columbia Business School’s Michael Slepian.
Advice from professors Malia Mason and William Duggan on making the most of mind-wandering during summer vacation.
As CEO of the Trevor Project, Amit Paley ’11 heads the leading suicide-prevention and crisis-intervention organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people.
A key player in the US’s winning bid to host the 2026 World Cup, this Columbia Business School economist addresses the challenges of managing at the top level of the world’s most popular sport.
Matt Wilson ’18 discusses his journey to and through Columbia Business School: as a New Jersey kid who loved the creative freedom of punk rock to working in counterterrorism and homeland security after 9/11, and then finding his path in Business School by making bold choices and going off script.
You likely feel too busy – stressed and harried with too much to do in too little time. Here’s a trick: Pause a minute. Tally every task you want to accomplish today. Now envision yourself successfully completing all those deadlines. You’ve just increased your chances of doing it all.
Amy Ling Lin ’16 on how she built her nail salon, Sundays, to solve the problems she saw in the beauty industry. Industry: Beauty and Wellness Years in Business: 2 Locations: 2 in Manhattan Number of Manicures Per Week: 500 Most Popular Colors: No. 2, Sheer Pink; No. 7, Beige Rose; No. 17, Maroon With her nail salon, Sundays, Amy … Continued