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A Man Who Studied Rich People for 5 Years Found That They Avoid One Type of Person

Who you hang out with can effect your net worth.<p>Who you hang out with matters more than you may think.<p>After researching the daily habits of wealthy …

Self-improvement

How to get a world-class education for free on the internet

As crucial as a university degree has become for working in the modern economy, it is not the only route forward into a wildly lucrative and satisfying career—just ask famous dropouts Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Michael Dell, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg.<p>In the future, a single bachelor’s degree in a …

Learning

The two mental shifts highly successful people make

<b>“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”</b> — Max Planck, German quantum theorist and Nobel Prize winner<p>There are two primary mental shifts that occur in the lives of all highly successful people. Many make the first, but very few make the second.<p>Both of these …

Self-improvement

Silicon Valley parents are raising their kids tech-free — and it should be a red flag

It's 9 a.m. in Sunnyvale, California and Minni Shahi is on her way to work at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino. Her husband, a former Googler named Vijay Koduri, is meeting his business partner at a local Starbucks to discuss their startup, a YouTube clip-making business called HashCut.<p>Shahi and …

Silicon Valley

The Best Ways to See Europe in Just 10 Days

If there’s one thing that Americans get shafted on (there’s not just one; there are loads), it’s vacation days. A 10-day trip will probably eat up a …

A Writing Strategy That Works For Every Student, Every Time

A Writing Strategy That Works For Every Student, Every Time by Terry Heick Writing is difficult to teach, if for no other reason than it is also …

Creative Writing

Leading private school uses Greek philosophers to teach pupils how to spot 'fake news'

A leading private school will use Greek philosophers to teach pupils how to spot "fake news" on social media, as it prepares to launch a new course in the new year.<p>Brighton College, a co-educational school in East Sussex, will begin offering the course next term as a way to encourage children to …

Fake News

School Success for All Students: Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline

Many people have seen the shocking internet video of a teenage African-American girl getting flipped in her desk by a South Carolina school resource …

Education

The modern-day version of a thousand-year-old philosophy can help anyone be more confident

Ever feel like you're not good enough? Something bad happens and your brain plays a YouTube highlight reel of every mistake you've ever made. Your confidence crashes and your self-esteem flatlines.<p>You're not alone. People have been feeling like this as long as there have been people. It's an old …

Self-help

How this financial whiz kid turned $500 into $600 million

A young CEO, who doesn’t have a university degree, has revealed how his dyslexia turned a $500 loan into a $660 million company.<p>1:06<p>Syrian army moves …

Mark Zuckerberg

‘Elitists, crybabies and junky degrees’: Education advocates see growing disdain for U.S. universities

COCHISE, Arizona — Frank Antenori shot the head off a rattlesnake at his back door last summer – a deadeye pistol blast from 20 feet. No college …

This Study Hack From a Stanford Researcher Gets A's out of B+ Students

For educators, finding new ways to boost student performance in school can seem like a never-ending wild goose chase. A study published in April 2017 …

Teaching

Science shows the way schools punish poor kids just makes their bad situations worse

Such strong punishments are likely based on the assumption that when kids act out, reprimanding them has the potential to remedy the psychological impulse that caused the bad behavior in the first place. But recent research suggests this assumption might often be wrong. According to a panel of …

Psychology

The 3 Education Trends Preparing the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

With technology constantly changing, can we actually predict what skills and knowledge today's students will need to lead the future workforce?<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Educators are tasked with the necessary burden of preparing today's students to shape …

Education Technology

Bad Habits You Need to Kill Immediately to be a Much Better Person This Year

Habits define us. And nothing sabotages your creativity and productive life quite like bad habits. In the words of Samuel Johnson “The chains of …

North Korea

Utopias and Communistic Experiments: Socialistic Fallacies, Part One

Editor’s NoteYves Guyot was born in Brittany, France and spent his entire lifetime studying the social sciences. Hopping in between public and …

For Children with Autism, Multiple Languages May Be a Boon

<b>Correction</b><i>: This article has been modified from the original. The previous version incorrectly attributed the statement about standard tools</i> …

Autism

How A Danish Town Helped Young Muslims Turn Away From ISIS

One day in 2012, a group of policemen in a Danish town were sitting around in the office when an unusual call came in. This town, called Aarhus, is a clean, orderly place with very little crime. So what the callers were saying really held the cops' attention. They were parents, and they were "just …

Islam

How To Build A Hobbit House In Your Backyard

30-year-old Ashley Yeates is not a hobbit. The Bedford, England, is a design and construction expert that’s much too big to be a hobbit, although …

A New Study Says People With Higher IQs Are Happier With Less Social Interaction

Maybe that's why you're such a homebody.<p>While the average person is happier with a large friend circle, new research reveals those with higher IQs are better off with a small one.<p>Evolutionary psychologists Satoshi Kanazawa of the London School of Economics and Norman Li of Singapore Management …

Social Sciences

Physician Advocacy for ASD (Autism spectrum disorder)

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a family of neurodevelopmental disorders made up of autism, Asperger’s syndrome, and pervasive developmental …

12 Psychology Facts That Will Up Your Brain Game

As we go through life, we try to reason things out – piecing together the world's mysteries in our own way.<p>But one of the greatest mysteries we run …

The Brain

Kickstarter paid a journalist to investigate its biggest failed project — here's what he found

Mark Harris, whose work has appeared in The Economist and Wired, published his epic 13,000-word essay on the subject on Medium on Wednesday.<p>Zano received over £2.3 million ($3.2 million) in funding from 7,000 backers, almost none of whom ever received a working prototype of the drone, which …

Kickstarter

7 Tips to Improve Your Memory

Learning ability is probably the most important skill you can have.<p>Take it from Peter Brown, Henry Roediger, and Mark McDaniel, authors of <i>Make It</i> …

Top 10

20 linguistics blogs that I recommend following

Looking for more linguistics blogs to follow? Here are some of my favourites.<p>General:<p>Language Log (the best-known linguistics blog; multi-authored, …

Linguistics

Self-Help: Power of the Mind

by Dave Collins<p>ASIN: B00FCBIRP2<p><b>Self-Help: Power of the Mind.</b><p>The reality of human mind comes as a shock to any person who is not a psychologist. And …

The life and death of languages

John McWhorter looks at Aramaic, once the lingua franca of the near east, now reduced to about half a million speakers (who separately call it …

Language

The Week in Review: Most Livable Cities Report Reflects Global Issues

Melbourne, Australia, topped the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) list of most livable cities for the fifth year running earlier this week. Rounding out the top five were, in order: Vienna, Vancouver, Toronto, and Adelaide, Australia, and Calgary, Canada, tied for fifth.<p>A noteworthy finding was …