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Supersonic Is Coming Back. Will the Airlines Buy It?

Ask a harried air traveler about the basics of modern flight, and you’ll probably elicit surprise when they discover commercial airplanes fly only as …

Aviation

10 Success lessons from Elon Musk – “Tesla Founder and Billionaire” for entrepreneurs

Share18<p>Tweet<p>Share3<p>+1<p>Shares 21<p>Elon Musk is now considered Earth’s most future-oriented person. He is an American entrepreneur, inventor and investor. …

You Don't Have to Go It Alone: How Asking for Help Brings Us Closer

<b>“Asking for help does not mean that we are weak or incompetent. It usually indicates an advanced level of honesty and intelligence.” ~</b><b>Anne Wilson</b> …

The Unexpected Management Genius of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

<b>By Adam Lashinsky</b><p>Photo: Courtesy of Facebook<p>November 10, 2016, 6:30 AM EDT<p>Here’s what you can learn from Fortune’s Businessperson of the Year.<p>The …

21 Ways to Be a Better Leader

Not everyone will become a great leader, but everyone can become a better leader.<p>It doesn't matter if you are running a business, managing a team, or teaching a class--leadership skills are important. Some people seem to be born knowing what to do to inspire and lead people, but for most of us it …

Leadership

Alibaba’s Trojan Horse for Southeast Asia

Sheji Ho Contributor<p>Sheji Ho is the group CMO of aCommerce.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>11 trends that will shape Southeast Asian eCommerce in 2017<br>• 10 Trends That Will Shape Southeast Asian E-Commerce in 2016<p>It’s been several months since Alibaba’s blockbuster acquisition of Lazada, the leading …

How Artificial Intelligence Will Redefine Management

Many alarms have sounded on the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to upend the workforce, especially for easy-to-automate jobs. But managers at all levels will have to adapt to the world of smart machines. The fact is, artificial intelligence will soon be able to do the …

True Leaders Do What is Right

Sooner or later, it will happen. And when it does, you are likely to spend at least one sleepless night wondering what you should do next.<p>We're talking about the decision to do what is right when there is no clear answer or direction. They are some of the toughest leadership decisions you will ever …

Traveling Alone Is Insanity, But Do It Anyway

I just returned from a 12,000 mile, 4-month long road trip. Alone.<p>Some of the perks of traveling alone include:<p>-Doing whatever you want.<p>-Eating whenever you want.<p>-Being able to pause.<p>If you're anything like me, you're constantly consumed with other people having a good time. When I'm traveling with …

How to Work With People You Don’t Like

Five approaches for navigating difficult relationships.

Relationships

Google CEO Launches New Products With Remarkably Simple Words And Slides

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai is one of the smartest technologists on the planet, but he earns high marks for communicating extremely complex ideas in very simple terms.<p>There’s no question Pichai is whip-smart. He received his bachelor’s degree in metallurgical engineering from the highly …

Artificial Intelligence

How to Lead Difficult People (Especially When They Work for You)

Sometimes you have no choice but to lead people you never would have chosen for your team. Here's how to do it.<p>Great leadership is hard. Even harder: poor management.<p>So, imagine you're manager, trying to lead a team whose members you haven't chosen. Now, imagine that some of your employees are …

Welcome to the Dark Net, a Wilderness Where Invisible World Wars Are Fought and Hackers Roam Free

Through the eyes of a master hacker turned security expert, William Langewiesche chronicles the rise of the Dark Net—where weapons, drugs, and information are bought, sold, and hacked—and learns how high the stakes have really become.<p>I. The Back Door<p>His name is not Opsec, but I will call him that …

Security

What We Know So Far About the Bahamas Leaks

The leaked files reveal details concerning the offshore activities of prime ministers, governmental advisors, members of royal families, and convicted criminals.<p><i>This post originally appeared on VICE Greece.</i><p>A newly leaked cache of documents has put Amber Rudd, the UK's home secretary, under the …

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Experienced public speakers know better than anyone: The first impression is the only impression and it should be the best one possible. Grabbing your audience from your opening line sets your tone and is the single most important key to success.<p>I'm constantly shocked by how many incredible …

Public Speaking

How to Be More Assertive, According to Research

You don’t want to fight. You don’t want to be hassled. You don’t want to disappoint them. It’s easier to just nod and give them what they want.<p>But …

Commitment? Monogamy? They're so last century

In an age of Tinder and 'multi-dating', young people are increasingly wary of the idea of committing to one person. So is coupledom becoming a thing of the past?<p>I recently dated a man I’d met in a pub who, after three months of dinners, sleepovers and incessant WhatsApping, casually said, while …

Relationships

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The vast majority of the population experiences some form of public speaking anxiety, whether it's night-before insomnia or breaking out into a sweat when stepping up to the podium.<p>These jitters are actually a form of adrenaline, revving you up to do a great job. If you can find a way to calm your …

Public Speaking

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contempt for Pep Guardiola burns brightly as derby looms

The Swede’s ego was bruised under Guardiola at Barcelona and now the pair, at United and City respectively, meet in Saturday’s Manchester derby with revenge on the striker’s mind<p>To get an idea of how deep the resentment lies – and Zlatan Ibrahimovic has never been one to go in for superficial …

Soccer

Zlatan, Eto'o, Hart, now Yaya - why does Pep fall out with strong characters?

The Manchester City manager has demanded an apology from Toure's agent Dimitri Seluk - the latest in a series of bust-ups with his star players<p><b>COMMENT</b><p>No other coach has won more than Pep Guardiola over the past eight years. However, the Catalan does things his way and those who do not follow are …

Why Tim Berners-Lee is no friend of Facebook

It’s hypocritical of Mark Zuckerberg to sing the praises of the web’s founder when he’s trying to monopolise the internet<p>I f there were a Nobel prize for hypocrisy, then its first recipient ought to be Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook boss. On 23 August, all his 1.7 billion users were greeted by this …

Peter Thiel

a road trip

Top Gear has an Audi R8 V10 Plus for a few months. More specifically, motoring editor Ollie Marriage has an R8 V10 Plus for a few months.<p>Ollie cares …

The Most Successful People Learn This Lesson Very Early in Life

It pays dividends to learn and practice this.<p><i>What is the most important life lesson you've learned so far? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Jordan Allen on Quora:</b><p>When I was 13, I wanted a …

5 Essential Skills You Need To Keep Your Job In The Next 10 Years

Automation may affect half of jobs. Here are five areas to develop to keep yourself employed.<p>With everything from how we collaborate to the technology we use undergoing enormous transformation, many believe that the future of work will look very different in 10 years.<p>By some estimates, roughly half …

Use This Trick to Remember Everything You Read

All it takes is practice.<p><i>Why do I quickly forget what I read? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Robert Frost, Instructor and Flight Controller at NASA, on Quora:</b><p>Most of us quickly forget most …

Survey Reveals The Companies That Develop The Best C-Level Marketing Leaders

Which firms have the best reputation for developing marketers that can reach the C-level? What makes them better than their peers? And how do some of the “hot,” newer firms in tech stack up against some of the more mature firms?<p>To answer these questions, I collaborated with Christine DeYoung, …

Human Resources

20 Word Usage Mistakes Even Smart People Make

English vocabulary is full of pitfalls that you might not be aware of. Don't let them trip you up.<p>1. INVARIABLY<p>If something happens invariably, it …

Top 20 books they tried to ban

In October 1960, Penguin Books went on trial over the publication of Lady Chatterley's Lover. Here are some other famous books they tried to ban<p><b>Belle et Bête</b><p>by Marcela Iacub<p>Iacub’s book, which can be translated as ‘Beauty and Beast’ or ‘Beautiful and Stupid’, gives explicit details of her …

Introverts Are Born To Connect More Deeply With Others, Here's Why

<i>“Extroverts sparkle, introverts glow. If you appreciate your own quiet glow, other people will see it too.”</i> – Sophia Dembling<p>Introverted people are …

Personality