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Can You Make The Jump?

We often talk about aging in terms of decline, both physically and with regard to our cognitive abilities. But there are some specific ways in which we naturally get smarter and more skillful over time.  Think of it as your second wind. Understanding, developing, and practicing these new strengths will be the key to your […]

Become a Better Storyteller

Every person, every business, and every product has a story that can be discovered, developed, and shared.  In meetings and presentations, we’re often focused on the numbers. But it’s much more effective to show rather than tell. Next time you talk about quality during a sales pitch, talk about a client who gave you a […]

Can Humanity Save Itself?!

Happy New Year. Are you ready to save humanity? From nuclear annihilation to giant asteroids, there are so many threats in the world that it’s easy to lose track. In the coming centuries, humankind will be put to the test. Either we’ll take bold action to save the future of our species, or lose and […]

Four Investment Secrets

Real estate is the fastest path to financial freedom, and you can get there in less than five years. Your first deal is the most important. Here are four investment secrets that will help you get started. 1. Invest in apartment buildings. They don’t require a large initial outlay, and you can acquire funds from private […]

Go ahead, blow your budget

If you’re trying to save money, you have three options: decrease your spending, increase your income, or both. We can simplify even further. Research suggests that people don’t save much more money when they reduce spending. That means it’s better to focus on upping your income instead of depriving yourself of fancy coffees and other […]

Is Progressive Education a Problem?

About 16,000 hours. That’s how long kids spend in elementary, middle, and high school in the United States.  In Battle for the American Mind, Fox News host Pete Hegseth argues that every aspect of the American high school experience is a product of so-called progressive education. In the U.S., ideas about white privilege and systemic racism […]

Don’t be a Passenger

In business, there are two types of people: the drivers and the passengers. Drivers are the folks who seize initiative, spotting problems and creating value for the company. Passengers are the people who are content to just come along for the ride.  You can guess which type of person is more valuable to a company.  […]

What AI Doesn’t Know

Artificial intelligence has made a lot of headlines this year, but for now, data is still pretty dumb. The human brain can grasp cause and effect, which keeps us a step ahead. But AI isn’t too far behind. We have the edge because we use sophisticated models to think about problems. These models help us […]

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