For many, 2020 will not be remembered as a "best of" much. We don't need to repeat the reasons here; it's sufficient to point out that a 100-year pandemic was only one of many difficulties facing the world last year.
The corporate word-stock suffers no shortage of overworked metaphors. We drill down to find low hanging fruit, and despite lots of moving parts obscuring our window of opportunity, we mustn’t drink the Kool-Aid—uh, something, something boil the ocean. But if
There’s a fortune to be made in data and silicon, and everyone is out for their share. Artificial intelligence is this century’s gold rush. Its promises scintillate in them there hills. But while everyone is busy setting up camp in
It's officially the new year, and you've probably set a goal. Perhaps you've decided on the classic New Year’s resolution: Buy a gym membership and get in shape. Fueled by a fresh burst of willpower, you go to the gym
"You will always be looking over your shoulder waiting for somebody to call you out and say, ‘You’re a fraud, you’re an idiot.’ … I still start things and basically wait for somebody to go, ‘Wow! You really don’t know
Most of us know not to procrastinate. And yet, between 80 and 95 percent of college students procrastinate on their schoolwork. As we grow older and (theoretically) more mature, we learn to manage our lives and our work better, and
It may very well be the case that there are some people who feel perfectly content with who they are out there, but for most of us, there are things that we want to change about ourselves. They could be
Voltaire once wrote, “Perfect is the enemy of good.” This advice served him well over the course of his life — not being a slave to perfection enabled him to write more than 2,000 books and pamphlets and become one
Have you ever found yourself so engrossed in your work that, hours later, you’ve been shocked to discover you’ve missed your lunch break? Maybe you’ve had a conversation with a good friend, suddenly realizing that the sun has come up.