Jason Zook is the founder of IWearYourShirt and author of Creativity For Sale. This post originally appeared on his blog. Ninety percent of people are afraid to ask for things. Is that a real statistic?
If you’ve seen fewer experimental data visualizations lately, it’s only because the medium has grown up and gotten a job. A few years ago, the Internet was awash in groundbreaking data visualizations.
Put yourself back in 1993. Could you have predicted the success of the web, tablets and smartphones, privatized space travel, the rise of terrorism, or the myriad of small changes that impact how you today?
“If television’s a babysitter, the Internet’s a drunk librarian who won’t shut up” - Dorothy Gambrill, Cat and Girl, 2005 As a youth I lived in a strict house, where television viewing was restricted one-half
For one thing, you’re shockingly predictable You probably get a lot of emails. Heck, maybe someone even sent you this article in an email. And you have likely developed a systematic approach to dealing
Before we get started, I’ll let you in on a secret. This guest post ends on a triumphant note, so don’t let the sobering beginnings get you down. I’m going to tell you a story, built on facts, scaffolded
cio.com - Jackie Barretta has a 25-year history as a successful Fortune 500 C-level executive and Big Four consultant in the information technology industry. Jackie is the author of Primal Teams, which helps leaders increase innovative thought in their teams.
Ben Slater is Sales & Marketing Director at Seed, a platform that applies marketing automation and data science to hiring. Follow @BenJHSlater. This post first appeared on the Seed Jobs blog. How many
James Clear writes about using behavioral science to master your habits and improve your health. His free guide, Transform Your Habits, has been downloaded more than 80,000 times. This post originally