Filip Rychnavsky

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3 Books That Will Inspire You To Create Success Habits

I sometimes feel guilty when I shouldn’t.<p>And it also happens when I spend time reading books.<p>The challenge is that because I enjoy reading so much …

Self-improvement

A Battery That Could Change The World

Last week I happened to catch an intriguing documentary on NOVA called Search for the Super Battery.<p>The topic is of intense interest to me, as the development of better, cheaper batteries is critical for both the future of electric vehicles (EVs) and for the future electrical grid. Battery …

Clean Energy

Forget the Turing Test—give AI the F. Scott Fitzgerald Test instead

Scott Fitzgerald pinned human intelligence on its tolerance of paradox. But would an artificial intelligence pass his test?<p>In his 1936 essay “The Crack-Up,” Fitzgerald writes that “the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still …

Artificial Intelligence

'FOMO spending' is a real problem for young people

<b>But they're not the only ones. Older folks, too, struggle with saying no to expensive experiences with friends.</b><p>There was a time when material …

Personal Finance

Table Topics Workout

This article is from the February 2016 edition of the <i>Toastmaster</i> magazine.<p>Roscoe Drummond, an American journalist, once said, “The mind is a …

Public Speaking

7 Ways to Reduce Stress When You Are Overwhelmed and Need to Prioritize

Starting and finishing any one item on your to-do list will do wonders to relieve overwhelm.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Each day, more and more people struggle with all that life has thrown at them. Between work, family, health, house tasks, the latest political …

Time Management

How laughter makes you a better worker

Why this is the quintessential human social signal.<p>Could laughing be a way to build a stronger, more creative team culture in the workplace?<p>Since the global economic downturn in 2008, many of us may feel that laughing in the office might send a signal that we don’t have enough to do. Discussions …

University College London

This Self-Sabotaging Behavior Slows Your Growth. Do These 5 Things Instead

Five tactics to tackle procrastination from a New York Times bestselling author and success coach.<p>We all have our procrastination horror stories. Mine almost kept me from graduating college.<p>It was my senior year. For my marketing final, my group had to come up with a new branding strategy for …

How smart people handle difficult people

Difficult people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negative impact that they have on those around them, and others seem to derive …

Self-help

Advice to aspiring data scientists: start a blog

Last week I shared a thought on Twitter:<p>When you’ve written the same code 3 times, write a function<p>When you’ve given the same in-person advice 3 …

Data Science

Eleven signs that you lack emotional intelligence

When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs …

Emotional Intelligence

Leonardo da Vinci: Endless Curiosity

In late 2017, <i>Salvator Mundi</i>, one of Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings, sold for $450.3 million.<p>For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, …

Tech companies should stop pretending AI won’t destroy jobs - MIT Technology Review

I took an Uber to an artificial-­intelligence conference at MIT one recent morning, and the driver asked me how long it would take for autonomous …

5 Rare Signs That Prove You Were Meant to Lead People | Inc.com

A quick Google search of the word <i>leadership</i> gave me about 376 million results. And while it wouldn't give me the total for "leadership books" (if anyone knows, leave it in the comments), the same search on Amazon landed me with more than 100,000 possibilities.<p>With endless resources, the question of …

Leadership

Blockchain engineers are in demand

Demand is off the charts for blockchain talent, and the capital is waiting to back it up. More than $3.7 billion has been raised through ICOs in the United States alone. Blockchain-related jobs are the second-fastest growing in today’s labor market; there are now 14 job openings for every one …

Want to Increase Attendance at Your Next Event? Use These 8 Social Media Strategies

Events can provide you with monumental business results. Here's how to make sure every seat is filled at your next one.<p>It's no secret that holding an event can have tremendous benefits for your business. In addition to creating face-to-face interaction between you and your customers, events are …

You Have to Say No to Many Good Things to Have a Great Life | Inc.com

As a leadership professor at New York University, I see some of the world's top students. A recent conversation reminded me that our university's culture still misguides them.<p>Our corporate worlds suffer the same problem as my student. The more elite the institution, the more I see it.<p>My student was …

Leonardo Da Vinci

Why Artificial Intelligence Will Create More Jobs Than it Destroys

According to Gartner's 2017 hype cycle for emerging technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) will automate 1.8 million people out of work by 2020. …

Artificial Intelligence

In an Unexpected Move, Amazon Just Made Its Biggest Announcement Since Acquiring Whole Foods | Inc.com

There are no cashiers. There aren't even checkout lanes. And there definitely aren't any lines.<p>At Amazon's new grocery store, you just grab stuff off the shelves, bag it yourself and walk out. Everything gets automatically charged to your Amazon account.<p>It's called Amazon Go, and the store uses …

Amazon Go

New study reveals why some people are more creative than others

Creativity is often defined as the ability to come up with new and useful ideas. Like intelligence, it can be considered a trait that everyone – not …

Creativity

Warren Buffett Has A Bold Answer On Whether You Should Invest In Bitcoin Now | Inc.com

You probably saw some of the heat investor Warren Buffett caught for saying he is not, and never will be, an investor in cryptocurrencies: "We don't own any. We're not short any. We'll never have a position."<p>Further, he shared with CNBC, "In terms of cryptocurrencies, generally, I can say with …

Cryptocurrency

Cloud AutoML: Making AI accessible to every business

When we both joined Google Cloud just over a year ago, we embarked on a mission to democratize AI. Our goal was to lower the barrier of entry and …

Bitcoin is a mere drop in the ocean of blockchain opportunities: We're already thinking outside the box

London Blockchain Week kicks off tomorrow, bringing together experts from around the world to share their new and exciting applications for …

How Blockchain Could Boost Clean Energy

By Jeremy Deaton<p>Bitcoin, the much-hyped cryptocurrency, made headlines recently for driving a surge in power use. Around the globe, digital …

Why time management is ruining our lives

All of our efforts to be more productive backfire – and only make us feel even busier and more stressed<p>The eternal human struggle to live meaningfully in the face of inevitable death entered its newest phase one Monday in the summer of 2007, when employees of Google gathered to hear a talk by a …

Time Management

With a Single Tweet, Elon Musk Taught a Major Lesson in Emotional Intelligence | Inc.com

Love him or hate him, you've got to give Tesla CEO Elon Musk credit for one thing: The man knows how to use social media.<p>Consider the following tweet, which he sent out on December 26:<p>In a few short sentences, Musk provides a masterful lesson in emotional intelligence--the ability to make emotions …

Tesla

Want to Remove Yourself From Toxic Situations? Try This Decades-Old Japanese Art" | Inc.com

You are stuck and frustrated, sinking into the black hole of your circumstances. No matter what you do, you keep falling back into this quagmire of negative energies and thoughts, from which there is seemingly no escape. These emotions drain us of all vigor and enthusiasm, leaving us without the …

Self-help

A Nobel Prize-winning economist thinks we’re asking all the wrong questions about inequality

America is trying to come to terms with its economic inequality. Does inequality spur growth or kill it? Is it a necessary evil—or necessarily bad? Angus Deaton, an economics professor at Princeton, and the recipient of the 2015 Nobel Prize in economics, is asked questions like these all the …

Economics

WHY?

Moms and Dads with young children continuously hear those nagging “why?” and “what for?” questions from their kids. As they grow into young adults, …