The most important lessons from history are the takeaways that are so broad they can apply to other fields, other eras, and other people. That’s where lessons have leverage and are most likely to apply to your own life. But those things take some
It gives me pause to read these words from a woman who was profoundly deaf and blind from the age of two. If anyone could be said to have struggled with hardship, Helen Keller would be one of the tops. And yet, she was
We're now four or five years into the current explosion of machine learning, and pretty much everyone has heard of it, and every big company is working on projects around ‘AI’. We know this is a Next Big Thing. I don't think, though, that
Pjotr Bekkering- **Lower attrition rates** (50% decrease): people took shorter breaks, took less sick days and time off; also people found themselves **less distractedSee more** and had **more concentration**
- Missing the social context of the normal workplace: **Isolation**
The sum total of the research led Bloom to recommend going for it with work from home but enabling it just a **few days a week versus it being a constant**.
The business world has long been a boys’ club. Women C.E.O.s and founders of color make up a small portion of entrepreneurs who have reached the top. Each one of the women in this group tableau has raised $1 million or more in outside
Amazon’s announcement that its co-branded Amazon Prime Rewards Visa credit card will now offer a 5% cash back reward on all purchases at Whole Foods is just one more shopper incentive that will gain market share for the chain.