Sandeep Reddy

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This Is How To Master Your Intuition: 4 Research-Backed Secrets

You’re really good at what you do and you’ve been doing it a long time. You’ve got a hunch about this big problem you’re facing…Should you trust it? …

Self-improvement

Brutal Truths That Will Improve Your Life (And Make You a Better Person)

<i>“The most important thing to remember is this: to be ready at any moment to give up what you are for what you might become.” — W. E. B. Du …

The darker side of machine learning

While machine learning is introducing innovation and change to many sectors, it also is bringing trouble and worries to others. One of the most worrying aspects of emerging machine learning technologies is their invasiveness on user privacy.<p>From rooting out your intimate and embarrassing secrets to …

The American Dream Is Killing Us

Imagine this: you’re a kid again, and you want to sell lemonade in your neighborhood. So you set up your little lemonade stand with your cardboard …

Unemployment

The Science Behind Smarter Decision Making: 7 Mental Models To Know

Every one of us make dozens, if not hundreds of small to big decisions on a daily basis.<p>Some don’t impact our lives at all, while some can change the outcome of our entire lives.<p>“75% of European digital ecosystem is present at #TNW2018”Are you doing business in Amsterdam in May?Join us<p>Whether it’s …

Time Management

The cognitive biases that force you to make bad decisions

The human brain is a natural wonder. It produces more than 50,000 thoughts each day and 100,000 chemical reactions each second. With this amount of …

Exploring Vietnam's remote Con Dao Islands

Way south of the mainland, Vietnam’s idyllic Con Dao Islands (population 6000-ish) are the perfect oceanic antidote to the feverish energy and punishing pollution that can afflict the nation’s booming mega-cities.<p>For decades the main settlement of Con Son was used by the French and Americans as an …

Coach Trip: Road to Ibiza review – wish you weren’t here!

The news is unrelentingly grim, the economic forecast grey, politics lurches from tragedy to farce. Even that brief spell of summer weather seems anxious to scarper. Take comfort, then, that despite all indications to the contrary, things could still be worse: you could be a contestant on <b>Coach</b> …

Ibiza

How Dividing Yourself in Half Improves Your Personal Productivity

On a snowy day in late 1927, a young corporate executive looked down past his toes, past the trusses of the bridge, into choppy waters of Lake …

May 20, 1990: Advice on Life and Creative Integrity from Calvin and Hobbes Creator Bill Watterson

‘Tis the season for glorious life advice dispensed by cap-and-gown-clad elders to cap-and-gown-clad youngsters, emanating a halo effect of timeless wisdom the rest of us can absorb any day, at any stage of life. On May 20, 1990, <b>Bill Watterson</b>, creator of the beloved <b>Calvin and Hobbes</b> comic strip, …

7 Scams to Avoid if You Come to New York City

New York City attracts people with big dreams and a knack for making money. For centuries, capitalists and entrepreneurs have come together to build …

Why every young person should go on an oldies’ cruise

This wasn’t your typical mega ship — it was a clipper sailing ship meant for 100 passengers or so.<p>Not a big cruise person myself, I wasn’t exactly …

Fashion Shows

How To Read People: 5 Secrets Backed By Research

We’d all like to learn how to read people like Sherlock Holmes. And research shows understanding things like body language is even more powerful than …

Invisibilia: Is Your Personality Fixed, Or Can You Change Who You Are?

<i>Editor's note: This is an excerpt from the latest episode of the Invisibilia podcast and program, which is broadcast on participating public radio stations. This story contains language that some may find offensive.</i><p>This is the story of a prisoner who committed a horrible crime and says he's no …

Psychology

More to Mauritius: adventure activities await

Stunning beaches, diverse culture and rich cuisine – much is made of this nation’s sedate attractions. And for good reason – they are worth a trip in their own right. But this mountainous island, which bursts dramatically from the Indian Ocean, is also fecund with some exciting activities. Here are …

I, For One, Welcome Our AI Overlords

A few weeks ago, for the first time ever, a computer beat the world champion of Go, one of the most complex games known to man. This was another …

Singularity

How Can I Make This Easy?

We’re all trying to do better. To improve all parts of our lives. Whether it’s our health, our career, or our relationships, we want to be better.<p>So …

The 20 Best Beaches In The World For A Romantic Getaway

Skip the diamonds. We want these trips instead.<p>It doesn't have to be your honeymoon to plan the ultimate beach vacation, but finding a sandy shore that's both stunning and not packed to the brim with tourists can be tricky. (It's a little hard to get your groove on when you're surrounded by …

Los Angeles

30 places in Europe you must see in your lifetime

Plan your own Brexit: The world's cheapest places to emigrate to

As the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill is debated in the Lords, the constant uncertainty and debate about Britain's future in Europe (not to mention the rain and relentlessly rising house prices) may have left you plotting your own Brexit. If you want to ditch the UK in favour of a …

The Greatest Philosopher You've Never Heard Of

Let's be honest. When most of us talk about philosophy — the hard-core, name-dropping, theory-quoting kind — we're talking about a particular lineage that traces back to the Hellenistic Greeks.<p>But consider, for a moment, the fact that over the last few thousand years there've been a whole lot of …

Meet the girl who has spent 10 years sailing the world, and has brought a cat along for the adventure

Getting your cat on a boat and sailing the oceans of the earth sounds like the beginning of a best-selling children’s book, but for Liz Clark it’s a reality.<p>A self-proclaimed ‘Shepirate’ the 34 year-old San Diego native has been sailing around the world in an 11-by-40-foot Cal 40 boat that she was …

How Did I Travel Europe on a $2300 Budget? And You Can Too!

"I don't have the money", "I will travel after my bonus comes in", "I will travel when I am older" -- the plethora of excuses we make to procrastinate or not travel at all. That's sad, because as someone who needs to run off to the mountains or a beach ever so often, you don't know what you're …

7 Signs You Are an Authentic Leader

You have most likely heard the word <i>authentic</i> used in conjunction with leadership. Is authentic leadership just a buzz phrase, or is it something you should actually care about as you continue to develop yourself as a leader? It is definitely something you should care about, and here's why: …

This might be the most dangerous hotel in the world

It's the hotel for those who really want to get off of the grid. The Frying Pan Tower is a former U.S. Coast Guard station located in the heart of the Atlantic Ocean's hurricane alley. Owner Richard Neal bought the structure from a government auction for $85,000 and converted it into a homey …

5 Brilliant TED Talks That Will Boost Your Emotional Intelligence | Inc.com

Emotional intelligence is more than a hot topic or trending hashtag. The term describes an extremely important concept: a person's ability to recognize his or her own and other people's emotions, to understand the powerful effect of these emotions, and to use that information to guide thinking and …

Emotional Intelligence

Sleek Valkyrie Private Plane Lets You Fly in Style

So you're thinking about buying yourself a private plane — but who wants a dusty old Cessna or Mooney? Anyone who's anyone is getting a Valkyrie. This ultra-fancy new private plane from Cobalt looks more like a spaceship than a propeller-driven aircraft, and if it comes to a race, the Valkyrie …

Aviation

Study: Elite scientists can hold back science

Max Planck — the Nobel Prize–winning physicist who pioneered quantum theory — once said the following about scientific progress:<p>A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation …

Science

We must remember acts of kindness and solidarity in the face of Islamophobia

This year has been filled to the brim with tragedy—from rampant gun violence, police brutality, and senseless mass shootings to the Paris attacks, ISIL, and the many bombings and drone strikes from Syria to Afghanistan (one of which struck a Doctors Without Borders trauma center). Seeing that we’re …

12 ways to get paid to travel the world

But what if you could travel and not spend a dime? What if you could even get paid?<p>Many would jump at the opportunity to experience new cultures, traverse through beautiful landscapes, and satisfy their insatiable wanderlust.<p>We've compiled 12 ways for just about anyone to get their golden ticket to …