Mike Moore

7,975 Added | 9 Magazines | 13 Following | 5,301 Followers | @mmoore213 | Keynote Speaker, Leadership, Peak Performance & Sales Performance Coach! I transform how leaders engage, communicate and coach people to peak performance. I developed Moore's Law of Achievement and Moore's Path to Peak Performance to help people and companies become their best self! I also created 'The Making Customers Series' to transform salespeople into customer makers. I've been speaking, consulting, training and coaching professionally since 1992. I've also been clipping and saving articles to learn and be informed since before the Internet existed. Today I use flipboard and my magazines are created and up dated to help myself and my clients keep learning, growing and improving! By sharing these articles and information I am in no way endorsing the authors,  information or ideas in the articles. I often include articles I don't agree with but believe will challenge people to think for themselves!       http://mooreleadership.blogspot.com

8 Industries Being Disrupted by Virtual Reality

As a consumer product VR is little more than a toy but commercial applications are quietly reshaping business.<p>For the past several years we’ve been told that the age of virtual reality is upon us. Tech companies have introduced new hardware and updated systems to much fanfare, but so far have not …

Virtual Reality

Humans enter a Vulcan-like mind meld when conversing

In the Star Trek universe, Vulcans would sometimes bust out one of their most impressive abilities: the mind meld. In this maneuver, the Vulcan would …

The Brain

Amazon's latest assault wipes $13 billion off Home Depot, other appliance seller stocks

Shares of Home Depot and Lowe's were slammed Thursday, along Whirlpool, after Amazon threatened to take on the appliance market in a much bigger way …

Home Depot

This Steve Jobs' 5-Second Strategy Is a Master Class in Leadership

One of the simplest and most powerful things you can do as a leader takes almost no time at all.<p>I have a confession. I'm a pain in the ass (arse for my colleagues speaking proper English) to work with. I thrive on impossible challenges and expect those I work with to do the same. Growing up my …

Steve Jobs

This is the Most Popular Style Home in America

If you're thinking of buying a home, you've likely given a lot of thought to what style suits you best. Are you drawn to the sleek lines of modern …

Real Estate

In Just 6 Words, United's CEO Just Offered Brilliant Advice About Leadership (Yes, United Airlines' CEO)

You might think United Airlines is the last to talk about enforcement.<p><i>Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.</i><p>United Airlines is making more money than Death, after he's disposed of Conquest, Famine and War, his three sibling Horsemen …

Airlines

Driverless vans, drones, and the next phase of automated deliveries

Do you remember the futuristic movies that showed us what daily life might look like 50 to 100 years from now: the autonomous cars in <i>Minority Report</i> or the drone deliveries and parachuting packages in <i>The Hunger Games</i>? Well, you might be surprised to learn these formerly futuristic movie effects are …

Drones

Waking Up at 5 a.m. Doesn't Make Your Morning Routine Great. But These 5 Things Do

Mornings are where the tone for your day is set. Having a powerful routine goes a long way in setting you up for a successful day.<p>3:45 a.m.<p>That's when the alarm sounds for Apple CEO Tim Cook. And Cook isn't alone either, many other successful CEOs have boasted similar stories of waking up early. …

Productivity

This self-cleaning house from the 1980s is still ahead of its time

Why it matters to you<p>We haven't paid it much attention for three decades, but there is indeed a self-cleaning home, and it sounds like our dream come …

New York Times

Google Glass Gets It Right the Second Time

Silicon Valley needs to recognize that not every innovation is made for the masses.<p>Google Glass is back, and this time it's not the ultimate example of overhyped wearable technology. Rather, its revival demonstrates how Silicon Valley's innovations can have applications that their creators might …

Google Glass

This famous roboticist doesn’t think Elon Musk understands AI

Earlier this week, at the campus of MIT, TechCrunch had the chance to sit down with famed roboticist Rodney Brooks, the founding director of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, and the cofounder of both iRobot and Rethink Robotics.<p>Brooks had a lot to say about AI, including his …

Elon Musk

There's a Dilemma Facing Retailers--and This Common Solution Is Hurting Everyone's Reputations

Trying to compete on price may be your last resort--literally. Instead, explore options in line with your value proposition<p>This one's for you retailers out there. We're going to talk about pricing--and how it's different now than it's ever been. Unless low prices are part of your go-to-market …

Leadership

'How Can I Build Emotional Intelligence?' Try These 7 Essential Techniques

Put these techniques to work, and make emotions work for you, instead of against you.<p>Emotional intelligence is your ability to identify emotions (in both themselves and others), to recognize the powerful effects of those emotions, and to use that information to inform and guide behavior.<p>Put more …

Emotional Intelligence

MIT’s Cheetah 3 robot is built to save lives

The latest version of MIT’s Cheetah robot made its stage debut today at TC Sessions: Robotics in Cambridge, Mass. It’s a familiar project to anyone who follows the industry with any sort of regularity, as one of the most impressive demos to come out of one of the world’s foremost robotics schools …

Robots

5 Books That Will Make You Smarter at Work

Be like Bill Gates and make reading your favorite way to grow and learn about new topics. Here are books for your summer reading to fill your head and your heart.<p>Can you guess one of the almost forgotten secrets of powerful leaders? It's found on the printed page or today's smartphones.<p>It's an old …

Success

8 things successful people do every day that most people ignore

During the four-year process of starting and scaling SkyBell, I have had the pleasure of meeting some remarkably successful people. Whether it's a …

Self-improvement

5 Fresh Examples of Customer Experience Innovation

Serena Williams is a fiercely competitive tennis champion. Her record is 39 Grand Slam titles. She shows an ability to serve aces at critical moments — a tennis serve the opponent doesn’t touch. She’s known for her aggressive play, a “high risk” style balanced in part by her serve, the greatest in …

Customer Experience

6 Powerful Ways to Make Anyone Into A Great Leader

The function of a leader is to produce more leaders, not more followers.<p>If you work or study in the field of leadership, you already know there's a glut of information and ideas. We already have thousands of articles about leaders and leadership, and countless thoughts on what leadership is and …

Leadership

Please Stop Saying These Ridiculous Phrases

At first, euphemisms surfaced in the workplace to help people deal with touchy subjects that were difficult to talk about. Before long, they morphed into corporate buzzwords that expanded and took over our vocabulary until our everyday conversations started sounding like they’re taking place on …

Language

Indian Railways launches first train with solar-powered coaches

Train travel in India just got a little greener. Last week Indian Railways rolled out their first train outfitted with rooftop solar panels – in the …

Clean Energy

Art of Time Management

How many of you try to act quickly to achieve desired goals in a short amount of time? I guess most of you. There is no denying in the fact that we …

Time Management

8 TED Talks to Help You Overcome Your Fear of Failure

Author and Brand Storyteller<p>Debbie Millman told me her biggest regret was not “going for it” after she graduated college. She took the “safe” option, got a job and built a career. And a great career she built, becoming the president of Sterling Brands, and working with over 200 of the world’s …

Success

Here’s How Virtual Reality Can Help Fight Disease

Last month, in a government building in Maryland, I put on virtual reality headset and got a glimpse of the future of medicine.<p>I was touring the …

The Disruptive Future of Interior Design Is Here

Industry incumbents have not delivered any meaningful innovation, opening the door for innovative startups to take over interior design.<p>Interior design has historically been a costly, time-intensive process that involved collaborating with an designer to envision, plan, and create a space that is …

Interior Design

14 Things Productive People Do In The First 15 Minutes Of The Workday

The first 15 minutes of your workday sets the tone for the rest of your workday.<p>If you are already too busy at the start of your workday, imagine …

Productivity

7 Morning Habits to Increase Your Productivity For the Day

If you want to become more productive and effective during your day, then you need to optimize your morning habits. How we structure and spend the …

Productivity

Young American Men Are Choosing Video Games Over Work in Staggering Numbers

New research has found a surprising culprit for the serious decline in working hours among young American men over the last 15 years: video games.<p>The …

Labor Economics

6 wild stats from Amazon's Prime Day

Amazon.com's third annual Prime Day on July 11 was a smashing success. The e-commerce giant raked in more sales in a single day than ever before, even surpassing Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Best of all, the Prime Day event's record sales left last year's Prime Day in the dust.<p>Since it was …

Amazon

Three Things Great Leaders Do That Achieves Amazing Results

How engaged, excited and empowered is your team?<p>When it comes to leadership, it's good if you have great personal qualities such as authenticity, integrity, humility, etc., but at some point, you have to achieve results.<p>Results are the benchmark of success and to do that you have to be able to …

Employee Engagement

“Mainline” churches are emptying. The political effects could be huge.

In April, the New York Times’s Ross Douthat wrote a column arguing — appropriately for a Sunday opinion piece — that liberals need to go to church. More specifically, he argued: “The wider experience of American politics suggests that as liberalism de-churches it struggles to find a …

Religion