For older managers, it can be hard to get past the reality that when you began your career, no one was concerned whether you liked the way feedback was given to you, or whether it impacted your mental health to receive criticism. But now people do care.
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Brennan Nevada Johnson observes that at work, we all could use an extra confidence boost, and positively display what we bring to the table.
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The winning 14 posters for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games span subject matter, style, and media.
New AI features will give you real-time feedback during virtual meetings as well as coaching on your presenting skills.
It could be used near buildings, in cities, or on the side of a highway.
Text-to-image generators are opening up new avenues for design.
Gates says Jobs cast “spells” to keep Apple alive.
Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Laurene Powell Jobs are also donating huge amounts.
Self-promotion might not come naturally for some, but less outgoing people can use their natural strengths to create an authentic online presence.
Talent can only take you so far. The reason some people are high performers is because they’ve formed good habits.
«Success is often drawn from something you learned along the way. It may not have impact in the moment, but it may contribute to success later.»
Building a whole new economy will employ a lot of workers.
In Helsinki, Restaurant Nolla worked with suppliers to deliver food without packaging, serves a set menu so it doesn’t order too much food, and sends its customers home with house-made compost.
The explosive growth of their AI voice assistants has Google, Apple, and Amazon racing to put your entire smartphone in an earpiece.
Video games. Augmented reality. Plastic shoes. And headphones made of microorganisms.
Airbnb wants to get into the housing business in a big way.
Rent the Backyard will get a tiny house into your backyard in a matter of weeks—and hopes it can add some cheaper apartments in cities to help alleviate the housing crisis.
This temptation to multitask has only gotten worse in the work-from-home era. But there are ways to fight it.
You’re risking more than just wasted time. Overanalyzing can also hold you back from pursuing new opportunities.
«How many good opportunities have passed over because of analysis paralysis or decision fatigue?»
It will likely require shifting your mindset in a few key ways.
«Once you know your priorities, everything on your to-do list should serve them.»
These great apps will help you organize your digital life, avoid unwanted distractions, and more.
«As an answer to all the cruft that Google’s email service has built up over the past 17 years, Simplify Gmail is a revelation.»
Under Tim Cook’s leadership, Apple saw just how critical an issue user privacy would become. Now it’s at least as important a feature as shiny industrial design or a nice camera.
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The faux meat has cleared a regulatory hurdle and now will be available to cook in your kitchen.
Effective remote work involves these five habits, which prevent feelings of burnout and isolation.
«Instead, have a reductive mindset, where it becomes second nature to get rid of unnecessary things. “Developing a reductive mindset means you adopt a habit—a reflex, tendency, effortless first inclination—to . . . eliminate, or cut the unnecessary,” says Funt. “We must dismantle the additive instincts most companies and professionals have developed.”»
Marketers are pulling back on influencer campaigns—and promoting user-generated content from ‘real’ people.
Before climbing the ladder to CEO, this ad exec had 19 different jobs at the same company.
The COVID-19 pandemic abruptly changed how the world does business. Work shifted, where possible, into people’s homes and online in accordance with social distancing guidelines. As a result, businesses’ longstanding resistance to remote employees dissolved, and the lines between work and family life, long blurred, blended overnight. Even when life returns to some form of normal, some of these changes will stick, according to tech journalist Mark Sullivan's interviews with CEOs and business leaders from a cross-section of industries.
Confidence is a trait you can get better at with practice.
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