What is the future of learning? Don’t you think that the old ways of education needs a serious revision? Yes it requires another #revolution… An awesome video from Prince Ea will make you rethink – why you desperately need a better future of learning.
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Secrets, disease and beauty are all written in the human genome, the complete set of genetic instructions needed to build a human being. Now, as scientist and entrepreneur Riccardo Sabatini shows us, we have the power to read this complex code, predicting things like height, eye color, age and even facial structure — all from […]
You build your company culture in organization by your thoughts and actions. If you’re not really excited, happy & proud about those things then your company will pay the price.
Sunlight is best disinfectant.
The speaker is Dharmesh Shah who is co-founder and CTO at the Marketing and Sales software firm HubSpot. In his 128-slide presentation on company culture down to its essence, describing it as a business’s “operating system” that lets people do their best work.
Shah advocates that entrepreneurs must create a company culture around them what they love, because one will eventually emerge no matter what.
Unclaimed insurance bonds, diamond-encrusted safe deposit boxes, close friends marooned in a foreign country. They pop up in our inboxes, and standard procedure is to delete on sight.
But what really happens when you reply?
For James Veitch, a British writer & comedian with a mischievous side, suspicious spam emails proved perfect opening to have some fun, playing the scammers at their own game.
Follow along as writer and comedian James Veitch narrates a hilarious, weeks-long exchange with a spammer who offered to cut him in on a hot deal.
Have you ever wondered that your survival in this ever evolving business world will be only for your Value Creation rather than anything else. The integrity of your business idea should reflect on your daily goals. Here I’d not like to waste time on endless arguments between the defenders of quality and the hungry perfectionists; […]