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How Steve Jobs Trained His Own Brain | Inc.com

Steve Jobs is one of the two or three greatest icons of high tech, rivaled only by Bill Gates and perhaps Mark Zuckerberg. He's mostly known for his legendary ability to create innovative, groundbreaking products.<p>What's less known, though, is that Steve Jobs was a pioneer in what was once a rather …

Meditation

8 Ways You Can Tell That It's the Right Time to Quit

It will surprise no one that the “right time” question is the one every interviewer always asks me about <i>Mastering the Art of Quitting.</i> Imagine how …

7 Secrets to Knowing Your Higher Self

by Asoka Selvarajah Each of us is connected with the Divine. The Higher Self within us far transcends the understanding of our conscious min...<p>Recent …

11 Moments When the Universe Is Speaking to You

Some events are so uncanny, they force us to question whether life is random or something magical is at play. Other marvels are quieter but still …

3 Secrets of Radical Creativity From Pablo Picasso | Inc.com

If you need just a little boost to your creative thinking, academic research on how to generate more ideas might do the trick. But when you're looking for truly radical innovations, your best bet is to look to a truly radical innovator.<p>Like who? How about Pablo Picasso? The Spanish painter is …

Creativity

Are Writers Born or Made? Jack Kerouac on the Crucial Difference Between Talent and Genius

<i>“All of us, we’re links in a chain,”</i> Pete Seeger observed in pondering the nature of creative work. Mark Twain put it much less mildly in his lively letter of solidarity to Helen Keller: <i>“Substantially all ideas are second-hand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources, and</i> …

The Truth About Why We Stay Sad (Even If We Hide It)

Happiness has never been a simple matter. What makes us happy as children is much simpler than what makes us happy as adults—and grown-up happiness …