Like most employers, Chieh Huang isn’t interested in hiring people who are overly rigid or who know it all. So he’s created a 15-minute test to help identify them.

The internet has inflated people’s expectations about what success looks like — any achievement that doesn’t go viral can seem skimpy. By changing our perspective and appreciating human-size, human-scale achievements, we can move towards our goals, says educator Mehrnaz Bassiri.

OK, this post won’t tell you how to magically make each day 38 hours long (we’re still working on that). But by assessing our tasks in terms of their significance, we can free up more time tomorrow, says leadership coach Rory Vaden.

You don’t have to put up with a thin, shaky voice, says speech-language pathologist Jackie Gartner-Schmidt.

Asking “so what?” can bring out your hidden beliefs and ideas, says career strategist Gail Tolstoi-Miller.

We can all do something to showcase achievements and ideas, says technology consultant Crystal Martin.

It’s about creating a space to transition from your work self to your home self, according to peak performance researcher and consultant Adam Fraser.