Former NBA player Shane Battier demonstrates the positive effects data and statistics can have on securing a competitive advantage.
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.
We now know that flow works not like an on-off switch but in a four-part cycle. Understanding these cycles can help you to more often access flow.
Beyond neuroanatomy and neurochemistry, flow states rely on shifts in the brain's neuroelectricity.
Steven Kotler explains the neurochemical changes during flow states that strengthen motivation, creativity and learning.
Michael Fenlon, global talent leader for PwC, discusses his company's Aspire to Lead initiative, which seeks to guide the next generation of women leaders.
Futurist Michael Vassar explains why it makes perfect sense to conclude that the creation of greater-than-human AI would doom humanity.
The former chair of the New Zealand SEC discusses the correlation between profitability and having an equal number of men and women on corporate boards.
It's been proven that students taught by a personal tutor perform two standard deviations higher than those in a classroom. Luis von Ahn wants to replicate this effect with technology.