Stephen P. Reagan

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Michio Kaku foretells humanity's extraordinary future

Ray guns. Starships. Aliens. Michio Kaku has been thinking about futuristic things since he was a child in northern California, watching <i>Flash Gordon</i> and trying to understand Einstein. He knew at an early age that he wanted to be a physicist because, as he puts it, they "invent the future" by …

Singularity

The Only Thing You Need to Do to Overcome Fear, According to Neuroscience | Inc.com

Many business leaders pretend they are incredibly controlled, stoic, and confident. The perceived ideal image is for them to show that they do not feel fear.<p>I have never met anyone who doesn't face fear.<p>Every day, I don't know exactly what my team is going to do. I don't know what my clients are …

Neuroscience

What Makes Us Human

There are multiple theories about what makes us human, some related and interconnected. We've been pondering the topic for thousands of years — the …

Heroism

Research Reveals 16 Signs That an Employee Is a Sociopath (and Is Destroying Your Company Culture) | Inc.com

In times of low unemployment, companies become desperate to hire enough people. They often need to speed up their hiring decisions, or risk losing a good candidate. However, this also leads to hiring mistakes. There's nothing more costly than an employee who kills productivity and hurts your …

Psychology

Noam Chomsky on the Trump presidency

<b>(AP/Hatem Moussa)</b><p>“Trump’s antics ensure that attention is focused on him, and it makes little difference how,” says Chomsky<p>Noam Chomsky • David Barsamain<p>October 7, 2017 9:29pm (UTC)<p>This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.<p><i>[This interview has been excerpted from Global Discontents:</i> …

Political Science

Want Your Kids to Succeed in School and Life? Science Says to Instill This 1 Thing Above All Else | Inc.com

When Angela Lee Duckworth was a young teacher in New York, she became obsessed with something seemingly simple yet remarkably hard to predict: why did some students "succeed" (learn the material and perform well), while others didn't? Why did certain smart kids fail to learn hard concepts, while …

Self-improvement

How to Go From Successful to Very Successful (and Why Most People Can't Do It) | Inc.com

Many people want success more than anything else. And they'll sacrifice everything to have it -- which is often the cost of admission.<p>But there's a problem. Sustaining success, and going <i>beyond</i> success is nearly impossible for most people. Hence Greg McKeown, author of <i>Essentialism</i><i>,</i> questions, "Why …

Motivation