Image Courtesy of Giuseppe Costantino / Shutterstock.com Over the next ten years, we'll see significant advances in technology, many of epic proportions. In fact, the dawn of a new era has already begun.
At the intersection of psychology and productivity lies a simple truth: To do something well, you must embrace quantity. When you’re learning a new skill–whether developing dance moves or websites–quantity
FORTUNE — Not so long ago, conventional wisdom among neuroscientists held that the human brain was doomed to deteriorate with the passage of time, and there wasn’t much anyone could do about it. Instead,
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After Google’s I/O announcements, I flashed back to a dozen or so conversations I’ve had with executives and entrepreneurs about what Google is doing. Reading between the lines, some imagined buying yachts
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Every business library should include at least one of these gems. In previous posts, I've identified the most influential business books of all time and the best sales books of all time. In this post,
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Avocados made the cut. Cutting back on Ben & Jerry's and Tostitos = one of the suckiest parts of dieting. But that doesn't mean you have to go hungry. (Never!) “People will go crazy and cut out whole groups,"
All of us would do well with a second bite at the apple, another chance to go back and do it all over again. Our mistakes, as much as our successes, define us and can help steer us forward today. With