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ADOPT A GROWTH MINDSET FOR A MORE HUMAN WAY OF WORKING, LIVING, AND FINDING SUCCESS.
Can a balance between intuition and analytics provide a happier, more productive life? Daniel Kahneman uncovers the secrets behind our thinking and reaction patterns.
In the 2000s, laptops became less brick-like. Smartphones appeared, as did cloud computing, social media, and YouTube. The stage was set for tech today.
Ari Meisel runs a 7 figure business on 5.5 hours of work a day, oh yeah, and he also beat Crohn's Disease. How? With the Art of Less Doing.
In the 90s, cyberpunk went mainstream. From the Internet to Windows 95 and the first iMac—this was the decade that computing took over the world.
User experience first, technology second. Exploring tactile and cognitive interaction with the original UX designer, Don Norman.
In the 80s, computers infiltrated polite society. Video games were one Trojan horse. Graphical user interface (GUI) and weird mass marketing helped too.
WeWork’s built an empire on the trend towards flexible workplaces. Now they’re aiming to disrupt life itself. Work’s changed, big time—will everything else follow suit?
Mad Men mainframes, middle-class desktops. Mid-century computers went from big and pricey to small-ish and affordable (yet wonky). Also, video games.