Flow is technically defined as an optimal state of consciousness where we feel our best and we perform our best. Steven Kotler runs through the neuroanatomic shifts that make it possible.
Ideas are the wrong unit of measurement for innovation, says author Michael Schrage. Instead he recommends reframing good ideas as testable hypotheses that can be run in a fast, simple, cheap business experiment.
Former Onyx CEO Tony Coles says that this philosophy of leadership “has influenced almost everything” he has done for the past decade. In this video, learn some of the key tenets of the servant leadership...
In a long-term study of nearly 10,000 individuals, a team of scientists at Cambridge University found that sleeping more than eight hours per night correlates with a higher risk of stroke.
Children live and perceive the world very much in the moment. This is the sort of mindset desired by those who practice mindfulness.
Ever feel like you can't control your impulse to check your phone or Facebook? The author of a book all about conquering bad habits offers advice for controlling these types of urges.
Why equality is still not a reality.
The dangerous idea that AIDS is treatable.
Nothing is sacred when a religion uses celebrities to promote its views.
A star is born, a star is messed up.
How Paris Hilton caught the wave of a perfect storm and the next girl.
American tabloids tend to prefer pretty white people
Expanding the paradigm of journalism.
The producers, consumers, and subjects of gossip create a self-perpetuating cycle.
Gossip can achieve positive results for all the wrong reasons.
Sure, celebrities trade privacy for a paycheck, but does that make gossip ethical?