Andrew Ng, chief scientist at the Chinese web services company Baidu, explains to Inc. reporter Salvador Rodriguez why breakthroughs in machine learning will transform countless industries.
What you can do legally about pay mistakes and what you should do morally are often two very different things. Learn from the Pentagon's mistakes.
Cal McCallister, founder of Wexley School for Girls, describes how he started his company to create fun jobs for himself and his peers.
Discover more about the twenty brutal truths about relationships that no one wants to admit.
"Rewilding"--getting literally in touch with nature--has surprising benefits.
A startup veteran on how to tell if a job is going to launch your career or just devour your life.
Giving a speech, pitch or presentation soon? These tips can help you look--and feel--more confident.
There are one or two things that passengers don't like on planes. This is the latest.
A breakthrough book explains why so many people are miserable and how you experience more joy.
In this episode, Michele Cushatt and I discuss the topic of accountability in leadership. Most leaders avoid it. Real leaders embrace it. The reason is that taking responsibility for your attitudes, actions, and overall results is tremendously liberating. Show More Summary
What Leaders Can Learn from a Good Game of Ping Pong. Good conversationalists have great influence. In this post, I share five strategies I have learned for having better conversations.
A good night's rest can be your greatest resource. Here are 4 tips to improve your sleep routine.
As five states gear up to vote on marijuana legalization, the new survey finds the greatest percentage of support for legal cannabis over the firm's 47-year history.
How Digital Video is Increasing Your Odds
It All Comes Down to the Right Kind of Connection. Recently, I was talking to the leader of a nonprofit organization who was complaining that volunteerism was at an all time low. “Even when people volunteer, most of them don’t show up or follow through,” he said. “They just don’t seem to be engaged.” This is a common problem in the for-profit world as well. […]
Sometimes, doing a good deed really is asking for it.
Have you been bullied at work? Yes? But have you ever bullied someone? Probably.
For months, Jim O'Kelly taught students how to code via Slack and video lectures. On September 27, he suddenly vanished. And with him, students say, was $100,000 in tuition money.
In this episode, Michele Cushatt and I discuss the importance of character and the forces that shape it. Charisma may be useful in attracting a following, but it is largely useless when it comes to achieving a long-term, positive impact on the people and organizations we lead. For this, we need character. Effective leadership is […]
New research says shunning, isolation & exclusion lead to higher risk taking.